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At the request of the Village of Cuba Council, Healthy Kids, Healthy Cuba and Step into Cuba have gathered additional community input regarding the proposed improvements to the Village of Cuba St Francis of Assisi Park. Previously, we had obtained community input through a series of meetings held in Cuba. Chance Munns, a landscape architect working with the University of New Mexico Prevention Research Center, developed the community ideas into three maps with descriptions of the proposed improvements. At the request of the Village Council last fall, we obtained additional input from the Cuba community on the Park improvement plan via a mobile display placed throughout Cuba in the Spring and Summer of 2012.

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