The Cuba Eastern Star recently made a donation to the Cuba School District to help establish a Calming Center in the Elementary School. The Center is used by students to help them calm down in times of stress.
While it hasn’t shut down operations, the Cuba Animal Shelter has had all of its dogs in quarantine since December 30 due to an outbreak of “Kennel Cough.” Animals are still being picked up and cats are available for adoptions.
Following the resignation of its president last year, Cuba Development Group has been operating without an active economic developer, a position that has historically been funded by the city of Cuba. During its January 3 meeting, the city council discussed filling the position.
The city of Cuba is looking to hire a new Street Department supervisor sooner than initially expected. A new leader for the department is needed following the recent retirement of Dennis Chandler.
The city of Cuba has announced that its utility billing for December has been delayed due to a software problem. Bills that would have normally been sent out the first week of January will be delayed until at least January 17.