Missouri Job Center-Warrenton Closed to Public at This Time
At this time of social distancing in an effort to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, the Missouri Job Center of Warrenton is closed to the public. Staff members are still working, however, and want to serve customers. If you have any questions or need assistance, please feel free to contact them by calling (636) 456-9467. Staff will do everything possible to answer your questions and address your needs by phone or email.
Wells Villa, Inc. Receives $990,000 in Grant Funds for Rehabilitation Project
Wells Villa is a 33 unit senior housing complex located in the City of Wellsville. Constructed in 1972, the units were financed through USDA Rural Housing Services. The board of Wells Villa continues to follow the guidelines established through the USDA program, with the facility serving low income elderly and disabled persons.
Although Wells Villa has an excellent record of unit maintenance, the board does not typically have the funds for capital improvements necessary to boost the structural integrity and functionality of the units. Boonslick Regional Planning Commission (BRPC) worked with board members and submitted an application requesting funding to address needed structural, mechanical, and service upgrades. Planned upgrades included replacing existing shingle roofs with metal roofs, repairing existing porches, replacing siding, replacing doors and windows, renovating bathrooms with ADA-compliant tubs and toilets, rehabbing kitchens, removing and replacing uneven sidewalks, and installing new concrete on existing gravel parking lots.
Wells Villa, Inc. has been awarded $990,000 in grant funding through the Federal Home Loan Bank Affordable Housing Program. Boonslick Regional Planning Commission will serve as project manager and provide inspection services. If your community faces housing needs, please feel free to contact BRPC Executive Director Chad Eggen at email@example.com or (636) 456-3473.
With the upcoming 2020 Census, it is interesting to look back at how the population of Missouri has changed through the years. Check out this link to information from the Missouri Census Data Center which shows a changing Missouri map.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org .