A Message From the Mayor: April 2019

By Sara Post Meyer

Mayor of Cuero

There’s much happening in Cuero. City Elections scheduled for Saturday, May 4 are cancelled by the City Council since there were no contested races. Congrats to Councilmen Allen, Fuqua, Johnson, and Matthys who will serve another two-year term. Coffee with the Mayor will be Tuesday, April 9, from 9:30-10:30 a.m. and is hosted by the Cuero Regional Hospital.

Stop by to see the newly remodeled areas of the hospital and enjoy a cup of coffee. City representatives will be in attendance if you have a concern.

The Cuero Library Board which includes Mary Blackwell, Candy Glidden, Vicki Coppedge, Cindy Holcomb, Monica Fuqua, and Larry Nuckles will host Donaly E. Brice and Fletcher Clark in song, verse, and lecture regarding the ‘Runaway Scrape’ Tuesday, April 9, 7 p.m. at the Library. Librarian Lynn Mixon invites all to come early to view the photograph exhibit by the Shutterbugs.

The Child Welfare Board of DeWitt County is hosting a fun night with bouncy house, hoop zone, cookie walk, and Proclamation signing by City and County officials on Friday, April 5 at the Municipal Park BB Pavilion, 5:30-7 p.m. Stop by and Stand Up for Children.

Cuero Main Street’s April Farmers’ Market will be Saturday, April 27, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Market Pavilion on Main. Come by for your fresh veggies, a little fun shopping, and great food.

The Cuero Medical Foundation hosts its biennial Gala Saturday, April 27 on the hospital grounds “Under the Oaks’. Tickets are still available for the gala as well as raffle tickets at the hospital. Cuero and the surrounding region are so fortunate to have such a viable hospital and medical clinics in our community. This event gives citizens a wonderful opportunity to say ‘thank you’ and have a fun evening, too.

DeWitt County Extension Service and the City of Cuero hosts the 2nd ‘Harvest Dinner on Main’, Monday, April 29, which benefits Camal House, DeWitt County 4-H, and DeWitt County Go Texan Committee. Come enjoy a delicious meal of shrimp and beef, wonderful sides, and a delicious dessert bar with many other surprises planned. Tickets available at the City Hall and at DeWitt County Extension Office.

If you happen to be in the downtown historic district in the next several months, you’ll notice the street work being done along North RR in the 100 blocks of East and West Main. This is a collaborative project funded by the City of Cuero and the Cuero Development Corporation which surfaced in 2012-2013 Cuero strategic plan discussions. The project, Backdoor Beautification, includes replacement of the sewer lines and gas lines followed by construction of curbs, sidewalks, new historic lighting, and finally new paving of streets and the parking lots which will be landscaped. The project is expected to take 6 months, weather permitting!

Enjoy the beautiful wildflowers throughout our area particularly in DeWitt County. Pick up the newly revised tour map at the Cuero Chamber of Commerce, 210 E. Main, and find out the several routes and events happening as recognized in the DeWitt County Staycation brochure!

Enjoy!

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