JEFFERSON CITY, MO -- On Tuesday, May 1 Missouri citizens and broadband stakeholders are invited to attend a town hall meeting where the strategic plans for the Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments will be formally revealed.  During the meeting, participants will learn the findings and recommendations of the broadband residential and business surveys, and have the opportunity to provide input on prioritization of short- and long-term goals. The public is encouraged to attend.

This is one in a series of broadband regional public meetings that have occurred statewide during April and May.  To view the entire meetings schedule, which includes times, dates and locations, click on the following link: http://mobroadbandnow.com/mo-broadband-initiatives/missouri-broadband-events/.

Tuesday, May 1

WHO:              MoBroadbandNow Director Damon Porter

Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments Executive Director

Regional Planning Commission Members

Representatives from the University of Missouri

Broadband stakeholders and Missouri citizens

WHAT:             Missouri Broadband Regional Strategic Planning Town Hall Meeting

WHEN:             10 a.m. – 12 noon

WHERE:           Quality Inn

120 Lindsey Drive

Hannibal, MO  63401