The Cuba City Council heard another update from the Tourism Committee on the acquisition of a C-12 Huron aircraft from a North Carolina military base, but the council has yet to make a final decision on getting the plane. A decision is expected next month as the deadline for acquisition grows closer.
In a split decision, the Cuba City Council has accepted a bid from the Austin Peters Group to conduct a study of the city’s employee salaries to determine if they are in line with other towns of similar size. Approval of the bid proposal came in a 3-2 vote of the council at their meeting held at City Hall on December 11.
If you missed the Cuba Christmas parade on Saturday, don’t fret. There are still a lot of Christmas events happening throughout the area and many include a chance to meet Santa.
One aircraft is ready to install for permanent display at the Cuba Airport, and another’s fate was to be decided by the Cuba City Council this week.
The Cuba City Council met in regular session at City Hall on Tuesday, November 27. The following items of business were discussed that night:
• The council approved minutes from the November 6 regular meeting, November 6 closed session, the November 15 special meeting, and the November 15 closed session as they were presented, without any changes.