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Category Archives: BRPC News
Missouri Farm Bureau Consultant Anita J. (Janie) Dunning provided a presentation on broadband for the BRPC membership. Janie is familiar with the region through working with USDA Rural Development. She talked about the investments in infrastructure that have been made in communities over the years, and how the communities will fall behind – no matter […]
The 2013 PTHST Plan has been approved by MoDOT.
BRPC has released Part I of its Regional Safety Study for public review. The study is designed to assist local communities in understanding local and regional traffic safety issues.
Part I provides general crash data, trends and statistics on a jurisdiction-wide level and for Boonslick as a region. More specifically, data analysis includes number of crashes, […]
The completed independent auditor’s report for Boonslick Regional Planning Commission and affiliated organizations for the fiscal year June 30, 2011 is now avaialable online. Audit Report June 30, 2011
The newly formed Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) came together for it’s first meeting of the 2012 calender year last Wednesday February 29th. The meeting, held at Boonslick Regional Planning Commission, produced a 100% turnout from all newly nominated committee members.
Various transportation issues were discussed, including MoDOT’s proposal regarding a toll on Interstate 70. Comments and […]
The relocation of the City of Silex from the flood plain of Mill Creek to higher ground is now complete. No longer will the city be threatened by flash flooding such as what occurred September 14, 2008. (Read More)
The 2011 Annual Report was presented to the general membership during the 2011 Annual Meeting, held Thursday, December 1, 2011. 2011 Annual Report
[ November 5, 2011; 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. ] A scrap tire collection for Lincoln County residents will be held at the Lincoln County Highway Department, 219 Highway H, Troy, Missouri.
Proof of residency will be required
Tires must be dry and free of debris
Tires must be off the rim
Absolutely no tires from commercial operations are permitted