Crawford County Commissioners reported success in their financial goals for 2019—success made possible through voter’s approval of an increased tax rate in 2018. Part of the promise to voters if they approved the five-year tax was to set and achieve particular goals each year.
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A third drug raid in just over a month at a Cuba residence resulted in additional charges for one of those who lives in the Pear Tree Lane home.
The latest drug search was conducted on December 16. The probable cause statement on file in the case against Lane Michael Wade, 22, reports, as uniformed officers approached the residence, Wade and Emily Carty, 21, ran to the back of the home, where officers found them in the master bedroom.
Two travelers from out of state have been charged with felony drug possession from their time in Crawford County in September. Charges were filed by the Crawford County Prosecuting Attorney’s office last week.
Crawford County Commissioners met four times in November to conduct business as follows for the county.
- Commissioners approved the agenda for the day and minutes from October 29. They opened and reviewed correspondence.
- Collector Pat Schwent asked about courthouse hours for the day after Thanksgiving. She was told the commission had decided in the previous meeting that the courthouse would be closed the Friday after Thanksgiving, as well as on Tuesday, December 24 for Christmas Eve. The Clerk’s office was to send out a memo to all elected officials advising of the decision.
Troopers from the Missouri State Highway Patrol recently conducted a child safety seat presentation at Crawford County Head Start in Cuba. During the program, it was discovered that several parents and grandparents were in need of new or replacement car seats and work is well underway in getting them installed.