During its November 19 meeting, the Cuba City Council gave approval to spend $7,000 to upgrade the city’s security camera system. The upgrade should give police quicker access to videos recorded on city property that might catch illegal activity.
The old Midway Motel, along with an apartment building next door, will be demolished in February, provided the city and owner Walter Korte can finalize an agreement to get the condemned structures torn down. Korte addressed the council about the issue during a November 19 meeting at city hall.
There have been quite a few changes to the operation of the Cuba Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry over the past several months. The facility has a new location, a new manager, and new hours.
A Cuba Police officer suffered minor knife wounds while trying to arrest a local man on Friday and was helped by two bystanders who helped subdue the suspect.
Employees of the city of Cuba could have a new drug and alcohol policy to adhere to, although it will likely be much the same as the one that is already in place. During their meeting on November 19, aldermen agreed to have the city attorney move forward with drafting an ordinance to put the new policy in place.