The Cuba Board of Education held a special reorganization meeting on April 13 to swear in one returning and one new members. The board also elected officers and took care of some personnel matters in closed session.
Three industries located within the city of Cuba have all received gold level awards for their dedicated work, towards the pretreatment of their industrial wastewater discharged to the City of Cuba’s publicly owned wastewater treatment works.
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.
Cuba’s new bosses, who are the same as the old bosses, were sworn into office on April 7 following their reelection on April 5.
Visitors to Hood Park may soon be able to use free wifi internet access, thanks to a motion approved by the Cuba City Council at its April 7 meeting.