Local authorities sent a bill for 10,000 euro to each house, demanding citizens to pay for roads made in 1937. The cost of the road repairs dating several decades back lay in the Getman archives. Their preservation allowed authorities to convert Reichsmarks in to euros and indexed the original cost to 80 years of inflation.
Since residents did not pay the fee for infrastructure development in 1937, their descendants must pay it now.
In addition to the bill for the road, residents also received another for street lights installed in 1956 and sewers fixed in the 1970s.