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MAEDC, Ameren Missouri and several of our northeast Missouri economic development partner organizations recently completed a new quality of labor survey for 2013. The MAEDC staff is grateful to Ameren Missouri for their continued financial support for the quality of labor program and for their assistance with this survey. We are also grateful to our major employers for taking time to participate in the survey and we were very pleased with our respondent rate. Providing access to primary source information and data of this nature is critical to our ongoing efforts to support new investment in the region.
Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation, the regional economic development group that represents Cooper, Howard, Monroe and Randolph Counties in central Missouri has announced expanded satellite office location and service hours.
The core team of Grow Mid-Missouri recently announced that the organization will host its next entrepreneurial development event at the Isle of Capri Boonville on Tuesday July 9th, 2013 at 7:00 p.m.
Grow Mid-Missouri is an entrepreneurial development program established in partnership by Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation, Moberly Area Chamber of Commerce and Moberly Area Community College. The GMM partnership is working with the Boonville Chamber of Commerce as well as other Chamber organizations throughout the region to aid entrepreneurs in starting or expanding their businesses.
COLUMBIA, MO, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced March 29 that USDA is seeking applications to provide assistance to agricultural producers and rural small businesses for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. Funding is available from USDA's Rural Energy for America Program (REAP). The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) remains focused on carrying out its mission, despite a time of significant budget uncertainty. The announcement is one part of the Department’s efforts to strengthen the rural economy.
The Howard County Economic Development Council recently appointed Kirk Biere as the Howard County Representative to the Board of Directors of the Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation. Biere, a Howard County resident, also serves as an Alderman for the City of Glasgow and is looking forward to partnering with MAEDC and the other partner counties.
Corey Mehaffy, President of Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation announced today that Howard County will join the partnership bringing the number of counties in the MAEDC Region to four. Mehaffy indicated that he and current MAEDC Board Chair Russ Freed attended a meeting of the Howard County Economic Development Council Board of Directors today where among other agenda items the contract between the two entities was executed. The multi-year agreement sets forth the terms by which MAEDC will represent Howard County for economic development activities.