The City of Cuba City has its’ first-ever,

Economic Development Director.

Taylor Gronau has been given the job,

after city officials narrowed the field of

applicants from 23 to three. Those three

all received an interview with Gronau

getting the job. He’ll begin June 1st.

Gronau recently earned his Master’s Degree

in Public Administration from the

University of South Dakota.

A native of Minnesota, he has worked

in the past as an Assistant to the

Economic Development Director

for the City of Marshall, Minneosta.

The Economic Development Director for

the City of Cuba City will work as an

independent contractor, and not as a

city employee. Gronau will be paid

$50,000 a year, but will receive no benefits.

There will be office space provided at the

Cuba City City Hall. The city allocated

$10,000 to cover expenses for the position

in the first year.


In other economic development news,

Richad Brown has been appointed by

the Cuba City Common Council to

serve on the Regional Revolving Loan

Fund Board.



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