Cuba News

CHS graduation will be streamed

            Cuba High School has announced that this year’s graduation ceremony, which is scheduled for Saturday, will be live streamed on YouTube.

MRPC now overseeing city’s ARPA spending

           The city of Cuba had planned to manage its ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) funding reports in house, but with the retirement of former comptroller Christine Nash, the city council recently approved letting the Meramec Regional Planning Commission (MRPC) handle that paperwork.

Police chief seeks promotions, reports on vandalism

            Cuba Police Chief Doug Shelton requested that two of his officers get a pay increase and reported on vandalism at a city park during the May 3 City Council meeting

Council reviews ongoing projects, approves bids

           Now without a Public Works director, the city of Cuba is having to manage its ongoing projects a bit differently. In order to make sure things remain on track, Mayor Cody Leathers held a special discussion on current projects during the city council’s meeting on May 3.

Depositions requested for several city officials in lawsuit

            Seven current and former officials with the city of Cuba have been notified that they must submit to depositions in the age discrimination lawsuit filed by a city employee.