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2021-22 Official Manual available

            Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft unveiled the 2021-2022 Official Manual, also called The Blue Book.
            This edition commemorates Missouri’s bicentennial, recognizing 200 years of statehood.

Council approves C.M. Archer Group for lift station repair

           C.M. Archer Group has been selected for the final design and construction administration of an improvement project on Lift Station #3, which provides wastewater collection to areas near Kathryn Drive.

Board of Education reorganizes

           On Wednesday, April 13, the St. James Board of Education certified the April general election results and reorganized. Incumbents Justin Lorts and Tina Spurgeon both won their races for full-term seats and Larry Rinehart ran unopposed for a one-year, partial term seat.

Council accepts comptroller’s retirement letter

           During a closed executive session on April 7, the Cuba City Council approved a motion to accept a letter of retirement from Comptroller Christine Nash as of May 11, her first day of eligibility to retire. It is unclear, however, what part of the Missouri Open Meetings (Sunshine) Law the council followed in accepting the retirement in closed session.

S&T students to perform ‘Legally Blonde: The Musical’ this weekend

            Tickets are on sale now for the Missouri University of Science and Technology student production of “Legally Blonde: The Musical.”
            Performances will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 21; Friday, April 22; and Saturday, April 23; with a matinee performance at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 24.

SAFHR program helps homeowners

            MO State Assistance For Housing Relief for Homeowners is a federally funded program as part of the American Rescue Plan Act Homeownership Assistance Fund that helps homeowners keep their home by helping to catch up on mortgage payments.  It covers liens on their primary residence, and funds are paid directly to the lender or mortgage servicer.