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BRPC Assistant Director Steve Brune Retires


Long-time Boonslick Regional Planning Commission Assistant Director Steve Brune has retired.  His last day with the organization was May 31.

Steve joined the staff in November 1997.  At that time BRPC was working with the United States Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration to establish a revolving loan fund.  This fund provided a pool of financial capital designed to be lent, repaid and lent again to stimulate private investment and create employment opportunities.  Steve was hired to work with this fund due to his experience in the banking industry.  He helped set up the program and was responsible for managing the loans and submitting required reports.

Steve was also responsible for the financial aspects of Community Development Block Grant projects and for loans made through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources On-Site Wastewater Improvement program.

A lunch to honor Steve was held on his last day of employment.  Staff had the opportunity to look back at a few of his  experiences at BRPC over the years and share some laughter.  We thank “Z” (as he is known) for his service and wish him much enjoyment during his retirement, with many hours on the golf course.


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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 .

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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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