CDD 9/25: Housing Authority hopes to enhance residents’ computer skills

Columbia’s Daily Dish 9/25

Housing Authority hopes to enhance residents’ computer skills (CM) Job experience only goes so far for those who lack computer skills.

Paquin Tower to upgrade boilers, pipes with stimulus funds (CM) When the weather is coldest outside, it can get pretty hot inside Paquin Tower.

Moberly plans on leasing space at Parkade Center (CM) Moberly Area Community College is about to get a whole lot bigger.

City hall project on budget (CDT) A $22 million addition to Columbia’s city hall is still not much more than a hollow shell. Tarps flap over the entryway at Broadway and Eighth Street, and red bricks cover most but not all of the façade. The inside is a warren of packaged building materials, exposed duct work and wires.

Officials criticize pollutant rule for Hinkson (CDT) Columbia and Boone County officials are steamed over a proposed state regulation aimed at reducing Hinkson Creek pollution.

KBIA.org Local News

Getting around the Roots’N’BBQ festival (CM)

Also, don’t forget to tune in to ESPN at 8 p.m. this evening as the Tiger football team takes on the University of Nevada-Reno.

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