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Comment Period on Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy Update

The public is invited to comment on Boonslick Region’s 2019 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) update.  This document is designed to guide the region’s economic growth by fostering a more stable and diverse economy, assisting in the creation of jobs, and improving the overall living conditions in Lincoln, Montgomery and Warren counties.

Copies of the CEDS document will be available at Boonslick’s office located at 111 Steinhagen, Warrenton, Missouri.  Comments should be addressed to the Boonslick Regional Planning Commission at (636) 456-3473 by close of business on June 17, 2019.

 

National Night Out in Truesdale, Missouri

The Truesdale Police Department is hosting a National Night Out on August 6, 2019 from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm.  The event will take place in Bruer Park at 800 Smith Street in Truesdale.  The night of family fun promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live.  For more information, contact Truesdale City Hall at (636) 456-3166.  See this flyer to check out some of the planned activities!

 

Pesticide Collection in Troy

Boonslick Regional Planning Commission is the administrator for the East Central Missouri Solid Waste Management District-Region I.  The district serves Franklin, Lincoln, Montgomery, and Warren counties.  BRPC worked with staff from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources to set up a free pesticide collection for farmers and households.  It was held Saturday, April 6 at Mordt Tractor in Troy.

DNR has shared that there were 62 participants at the event, which is the second highest number of participants since the collection program began in 2012.  The 62 participants dropped off approximately 26,000 pounds of waste pesticide.

BRPC will continue working with DNR in efforts to bring additional collections to the area next year.

 

Highway 47 Bridge Demolition

The old Route 47 Missouri River Bridge was demolished April 11, 2019.  BRPC Project Coordinator was at the site and has provided two videos showing the event – one in slow motion.  The new bridge opened to traffic in December 2018.

 

Recycling Presentation in Franklin County

Boonslick Regional Planning Commission serves as administrator for the East Central Missouri Solid Waste Management District-Region I, which includes Franklin, Lincoln, Montgomery and Warren counties.  On April 9, staff member Chuck Eichmeyer visited Meramec Valley RIII Early Childhood Center in Pacific, Missouri to give a presentation about recycling.  Approximately 75 students between the ages of 3 to 5 were in attendance.

The Meramec Valley RIII Early Childhood Center submitted a scrap tire material grant application to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources last year.  The Region I District wrote a letter of support for the school’s project, which was to install a rubberized pour-in-place surface on the playground.  The project was funded, and not only represents an excellent use for scrap tires, but also demonstrates the benefits of recycling for the students.

 

BRPC 50th Anniversary Page

 

Services

Boonslick Regional Planning Commission takes an active role in community and economic development issues. For further information on any of our services, or to send comments regarding this website, contact Executive Director Chad Eggen at (636) 456-3473 or ceggen@boonslick.org .

Boonslick Regional Planning Commission is an equal opportunity employer with equal opportunity programs.  Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.  Missouri TTY Users can call (800) 735-2966 or dial 7-1-1.

Mission Statement

To improve the quality of life in the Boonslick Region (Lincoln, Montgomery & Warren counties) through community, economic and workforce development initiatives; conserving and protecting natural resources; protecting the citizens through emergency planning and preparedness activities; promoting efficiency in governmental programs through sound planning practices; and promoting collaborative approaches to regional challenges.

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