Cuba News

Out-of-town firm taking over Cuba License Office

    The Cuba License office has been locally operated since 2005, but that is coming to an end. After losing a bid in November and later an appeal, the Missouri Department of Revenue (DRR) has notified JKM Management, of Cuba, that its contract will be officially ending on March 12.

Former Tourism Commission member addresses council

    Connie Echols, a former member of the Cuba Tourism Commission who has been seeking an extensive list of public records from the city, addressed the Cuba City Council during its March 3 meeting to voice some of her concerns about the commission. She was told by Mayor Ray Mortimeyer the council would “look into it.”

City moving forward with administrative warrant ordinance

    After hearing input from aldermen at the March 3 Cuba City Council meeting, Mayor Ray Mortimeyer announced he will bring a proposed administrative warrant ordinance up for a first reading at the next council meeting on March 17. The bill would give the city the ability to obtain search warrants to address nuisance complaints.