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April 25, 2012MARYVILLE, MO | By: Hendricks
The city of Maryville will host a town hall meeting to discuss bringing more broadband access to rural Missouri.
MO-Broadband-Now is an initiative started by governor Nixon that seeks to increase broadband accessibility across the state, especially in rural areas where access is lower. Arnie Kreek, economic development planner for the northwest Missouri regional council of governments says the Town Hall will provide citizens with more information about the initiative.