Cuba News

City council approves paving contract

            During its meeting last week, the Cuba City Council approved nearly $230,000 in street improvements. Aldermen also accepted the resignation of a Cuba police officer.

SRO contracts on hold, several bids approved

           During its meeting on July 25 the Cuba School Board was expected to approve new contract for school resource officers (SRO) for the 2022-23 school year but instead tabled the measure. The board did, however, approve bids for propane, gasoline, and diesel fuel.

Two hired in shorthanded Cuba Electric Department

            The Cuba City Council hired two new workers for the Electric Department on August 2, but the department remains shorthanded after a motion to transfer another employee into the department was rejected in a tie vote that was broken by the mayor. More discussion, however, is planned about filling the final position the supervisor says is badly needed.

School board tables two projects, approves MBSH contract

            The Cuba School Board put the brakes on two construction projects, opting to move one back a year and hold off on the other until more information on costs can be gathered. During their July 25 meeting, board members also approved a new contract with Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital (MBSH) for an athletic trainer.

MoDOT to host hiring fair at Cuba Maintenance Facility

The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) is looking for service-oriented individuals who are ready to help maintain the transportation system in Crawford County. MoDOT will be hosting a hiring fair for multiple positions at the Cuba Maintenance Facility next Tuesday, August 9th.