September 29, 2014 – Learn about cybersecurity, threats and best practices for local government through this panel discussion. Through a presentation on cyber threats affecting both the public and private sectors within Missouri and across the nation from the Department of Homeland Security, the panel will discuss the evolution of the threat and ways to partner to address it moving forward.
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Registration at 1:00PM
City of Columbia City Hall Council Chamber
Panel participants will present on trends and analysis of tactics, techniques and procedures used by malicious actors in targeting their sectors as well as notable cybersecurity best practices.
The summit is being presented by County of Boone, City of Columbia, Columbia Chamber of Commerce and Mid-Missouri Regional Planning Commission. For more details click here.
September 12, 2014 – Mid-Missouri Regional Planning Commission (Mid-MO RPC) staff has been working alongside several regional transportation stakeholders over the past 18 months as part of a Missouri Developmental Disabilities Council (MODDC) planning grant to increase regional coordination. The mission of the MODDC planning grant is to: “Sustain a regional partnership for better community access through transportation coordination and mobility management”.
The Mid-Missouri Regional Planning Commission (Mid-MO RPC) Board of Directors held its quarterly meeting on Wednesday, August 27th at the Ashland Masonic Lodge. Dan Atwill, Boone County Presiding Commissioner and Mid-MO RPC Chair presided over the meeting.
Agenda items included Board approval for Mid-MO RPC to submit a FY15 grant funding application to the Missouri Department of Administration. Other items included the Aerial Imagery Cooperative Procurement Project, Asset Management Project with the University of Missouri, building department services offered by the Institute for Building Technology and Safety (IBTS).
September 8, 2014 – TAP is a reimbursement program that is a consolidation of three discontinued grant programs: Safe Routes to School, Transportation Enhancements, and the Recreational Trails Program. There are a few significant changes:
Click here to see the 2014 TAP Application Guidelines for more information on changes and eligibility.
August 28, 2014 – Co-Mo Electric Cooperative recently hosted the Mid-Missouri Regional Planning Commission (Mid-MO RPC) Economic Development Advisory Committee (EDAC), for a discussion about their new gigabit Internet service called Co-Mo Connect.
Gigabit Internet is 100 times faster than the average broadband connection in the United States, and Co-Mo Connect is one of the few Internet providers in the nation to offer gigabit speeds. Entrepreneurs that need access to gigabit speeds are flocking to the few areas of the country that have gigabit capabilities. Data centers, advanced manufacturers using 3D printing and companies that are heavy users of cloud-based computing are all examples of the types of companies that are attracted to areas with gigabit service.
Co-Mo Connect has completed Phase 1 of its four phase fiber-to-the-home build out, which includes central Moniteau County (including the City of California) and portions of the Co-Mo’s territory around the Lake of the Ozarks (including Sunrise Beach and Laurie). Phase 2 of the project is currently underway with Co-Mo Connect recently announcing that the cities of Tipton and Versailles will be included as part of Phase 2 of the build out. Each of the remaining phases will take roughly one year to complete.
October 13, 2014 – The Mid-MO RPC office will be closed for Columbus Day.
November 11, 2014 – The Mid-MO RPC office will be closed for Veterans Day.