At the January 7 meeting of the Cuba City Council, Mayor Ray Mortimeyer told Marilyn Stewart, the former chairperson of the Historic Preservation Commission, the city has no plans to completely abandon its existing historic preservation ordinance but will be working to repeal and replace it since it hasn’t been enforced for more than a decade.
Cuba Free Press employees Tammy Spurgeon (left) and Joy Brandenburger show off the hundreds of cans of food subscribers brought in for the Cuba Food Pantry during a special canned food subscription special in November and December. The food will help local individuals in need during the coming year.
Filing for the April 2020 election officially opened on December 17 and will continue through January 21. As of Monday morning, numerous candidates have filed to run for office, but few contested races have developed.
Updated with corrected date for Tutterow event
On Monday, January 6, the Crawford County Library District officially opened “Patriot Nations: Native Americans in Our Nation’s Armed Forces,” an exhibit from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian, at Recklein Auditorium in Cuba. The traveling exhibit runs through February 7.
If all goes as planned, Cuba city residents can begin enjoying non-chlorinated water again soon. Some new equipment that could prevent future bad drinking water tests is expected to be installed soon.