During its November 15 meeting, members of the Cuba City Council reviewed several planning and zoning issues and also approved an ordinance that provided revisions to building codes in preparation for soon making all the codes accessible via the internet.
The city of Cuba will likely move to tax marijuana sales after they begin in 2023 even though it remains unclear if any business in the city will be licensed to sell recreational pot. The council discussed the move during its November 15 meeting.
Cuba High School sophomore Lane Flowers, the son of Lee and Amanda Flowers, recently tried out for and qualified for the Missouri State 4-H Compound Archery Team.
On November 10, representatives from the Cuba Eastern Star Chapter #398 presented Totes for Tots and Teens and Mr. Rif's Readers a check for $900 for Creating a Partnership. The $900 includes $300 from the Cuba Chapter and $600 from the Masonic Home of Missouri for duffels/backpacks, hygiene items, and children's books.
Cuba area veterans were honored by a large crowd of students, teachers, and members of the public who gathered in Mike Voigt Gymnasium at Cuba High School on Veterans Day. Those assembled heard special performances by the CHS band and choir, comments from local veterans, and a keynote speech from an officer stationed at Fort Leonard Wood.