A medical marijuana grow operation is already taking steps to make Cuba its permanent home, with the expectation that the state will award the company the required licenses this year. Representatives from Green Farms, LLC informed the city council of their intentions to locate in Cuba at a meeting held on July 16 at City Hall, indicating they are already seeking to acquire property in the industrial park for a marijuana manufacturing facility.
When representatives from a company specializing in the cultivation and processing of marijuana came before the Cuba City Council on July 16, it sparked debate not only about the concerns of having a hemp operation located here. One member of the council also expressed her negative feelings about comments the mayor had made in an interview with this newspaper.
A Cuba woman who lied to police about her wanted boyfriend being in her bedroom has been charged with a felony crime. Misty Gail King, 21, stands charged with class E felony hindering prosecution as a result of the incident that took place on July 8.
The Cuba Hills Garden Club gave its July award for Garden of the Month to Doug and Jeanette Pitman whose home is located at 761 Squaw in Indian Hills. Their lovely home and gardens overlook the main channel of the lake with terracing and many many colorful flowers. Their gardens are exceptional and our club wishes to thank them again for their participation. Garden Club members Mary Duryee and Kathy Lowes presented the award to the Pitmans.
ATTENTION TRP CUSTOMERS - It has come to our attention that an out-of-state company has been contacting our customers and trying to sell them plaques using articles about those businesses that we have written and published in our newspapers. They are doing so without our permission and we will be undertaking legal action to make them stop.