During its meeting on August 17, the Cuba City Council once again heard from Missy Mullally from the Cuba Pound on a continuing feral cat problem. While no action was taken, Mullally did offer suggestion on how the public can help address the issue.
The Cuba Police Department held its Youth Police Camp at the Meramec Adventure Learning Ranch near Steelville last week.
A proposed 74-acre housing development on the west side of Cuba is one step closer to becoming a reality following the conclusion of a public hearing held at the August 3 Cuba City Council meeting to discuss the proposal. The council also discussed rezoning property on West Spencer Street to allow the same developer to build some multi-family housing.
An ongoing problem with feral cats in the city of Cuba has both animal control officials and city council members concerned, but also confused on what steps to take. The council discussed the issue during its August 3 meeting and it was back on the agenda for the second regular monthly meeting on Tuesday.
By Lori Malcolm on behalf of the CCHS Museum
The Crawford County Historical Society Museum is proud to announce a new art exhibit featuring Vietnamese artist Phuong Huynh-Bayless. This is the first exhibit in a series of cultural displays for the museum.