Boonslick Regional Planning Commission is Seeking Input to Address the Region’s Transportation System
To see previously identified priority lists for the region, please click on the following:
Please take a moment to provide us with suggestions for projects and your ideas to improve the transportation system in our region by taking the survey below. Thank you.
BRPC Annual Meeting – December 5, 2013
The BRPC membership held its annual meeting on Thursday, December 5th. City of High Hill Mayor Floyd Weeks was recognized for his years of service on the BRPC Executive Board. Mayor Weeks was elected to the board in 2003 and chose to step down this year. BRPC Chairman Murray Bruer presented Mayor Weeks with a token of the organization’s appreciation.
Strategies for Community Relocation
Boonslick Regional Planning Commission has had the experience of moving three towns – Rhineland, Silex and Winfield, Missouri – as the result of floods. Below is the link to a publication which was developed as a guide to help communities recover from such a disaster.
Business Continuity Planning
Will your business survive a disaster? Twenty five percent of businesses never re-open following a natural disaster. Ninety percent of businesses that are affected by a significant event are forced to close within two years. Boonslick Regional Planning Commission can help you with each step of creating a business continuity plan. There is no cost to you except the time it takes to complete the form. Click here for more information
Services Available for Local Businesses
Businesses will find helpful information on the Business USA website. A variety of available services and resources are provided.
Wheels to Work is a program designed to help individuals who need transportation to their current job or to a job that would be available to them if they had a car. Boonslick Regional Planning Commission has partnered with United Way and will provide low interest loans for this purpose. Loans are available up to $5,000 with a 3 year fixed rate of no more than 5 percent interest. Please contact BRPC or the Missouri Career Center at (636) 456-3473 if you have questions about this program. Loan Application
Missouri Department of Natural Resources Awards Funding for On-Site Wastewater Improvements
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