Five people are running for three spots on the Cuba School Board that will be decided during the June 2 election, which was originally scheduled for April before being rescheduled due to the ongoing pandemic. Two of the candidates are current board members.
The Cuba School District is planning an end of the school year celebration. The event will be held at Hood Park on Tuesday.
Three positions on the Cuba City Council will be decided in the June 2 election, which was originally scheduled for April before being rescheduled due to the ongoing pandemic. There are races in two of the city’s three wards.
At its meeting on May 5, the Cuba City Council considered an ordinance that would have closed a dead-end portion of Commerce Avenue in the Industrial Park in front of Green Farms’ location for a new medical marijuana manufacturing facility. With more questions than answers after discussing the proposal, the issue was removed from future council agendas, although it could be resurrected.
As expected, during its meeting on Tuesday, May 5, the Cuba City Council approved a recommendation from the Parks and Recreation Committee to not open the pool and cancel summer ball due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. All parks will also remain closed for the rest of the month, except Hood Park that is open for walking.