Cuba News

City seeking venue change in age discrimination lawsuit

            The city of Cuba has asked 42nd Judicial Circuit Court Judge Kelly Parker to approve a change of venue in the case of Dennis Chandler vs. the City of Cuba. Chandler, a current city employee, is suing the city for age discrimination.

Council adds major pool project to budget

            The Cuba Board of Aldermen met for a second reading of the budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year on Thursday, June 18. During the discussion, the board approved three upcoming projects for the year.

New tourism commission appointed

    The Cuba City Council met in an open session on Tuesday, June 16 and Mayor Cody Leathers announced his appointments to newly formed Tourism Commission. This was the first meeting that has been open to citizen participation since the city enacted the shelter-in-place order on March 30.

Summer school enrollment forms due by July 1

    Summer school may be looking a little different this year as Assistant Superintendent Ryan Graves announced the district’s official plans for its much-anticipated program, which will run from July 13 through Aug. 12, giving students just 12 days off before the start of the new academic year.