Six employees of American Precision Die Casting (APDC) have completed the Six Sigma Green Belt training program that was held over a 10-week period at the Cuba Schools administrative building. The Six Sigma training is aimed at helping manufacturers reduce their product defects through data-driven approaches and methodology all supported by both process and continuous improvement initiatives.
Crawford County Optimist Club will host its First Annual “Christmas in the Park” on Friday and Saturday nights December 8-22 from 5-9 p.m. The theme is “If you dream it–make it a reality.”
The Cuba City Council held a regular meeting at Cuba City Hall on Tuesday, November 6. The following items of business were discussed at that time:
• The council began the meeting by going into closed session to discuss matters related to real estate. No council actions were taken in executive session.
After calling it “probably the best tax that the City of Cuba has passed to get things done,” Mayor Ray Mortimeyer asked city council members for their opinions on the half-cent capital improvement tax that is used to fund city building and infrastructure projects, as well as new equipment purchases. The mayor told the council that even though the tax won’t sunset until 2020, a decision will need to be made about renewing it and for how long.
The City of Cuba is looking for a new Public Works director and will begin advertising for the open position immediately. The city hopes to have the job filled in January.