An ongoing sewer problem at two residential homes on Trainer Avenue was addressed again by the Cuba City Council at its February 4 meeting. Although there has been a problem in that area for years, the issue resurfaced during a meeting last month when it was revealed that homeowners have been unable to flush their toilets during heavy rain events.
By Mike Fitzgerald
Reprinted from the South County Times
Jennifer (Elders) Abercrombie, a tireless Lindbergh Schools volunteer, has been named “Citizen of the Year” by the Crestwood-Sunset Hills Chamber of Commerce.
The 2020 Running the Rails on Route 66 in Cuba is scheduled for Saturday, March 21, and those planning to participate are encouraged to get registered.
Cuba Police Chief Doug Shelton has reported that today (Feb. 8) at about 1:30 p.m., a Cuba Police Officer responded to a residence in the City Limits of Cuba for the report of a domestic disturbance.
If you are a woman living in the Cuba area, mark your calendar now and plan to attend the Be3 women’s empowerment event that will be held on March 21 at Recklein Auditorium. Be3 stands for “Empower, Encourage, and Elevate.”