A request to give local landmark status to Memorial Hall will go to the Joplin City Council without a recommendation from the Planning and Zoning Commission.There was a tie vote, 3-3, on the question Monday.When asked by the commission where that leaves the proposal, Troy Bolander, the city's planning and development director, said it would go forward without a recommendation for approval or denial for the council to make the final decision.
Nine people picked up nominating petitions Tuesday as potential candidates for the Joplin City Council.Five council seats will be filled in the April 3 election. Two of the five incumbents were among those who obtained petitions on the first day of the council filing season.Gary Shaw declared an interest in being re-elected to his seat in Zone 1, which is roughly the north side of the city. Ryan Stanley also picked up a petition for re-election to a general seat.
A 32-unit apartment complex designed for low-income seniors and veterans is proposed as one of the last large projects to be funded with $4.5 million of the city's disaster recovery grants.The project is proposed for land owned by the city's land bank, the Joplin Redevelopment Corp., on the south side of 26th Street, east of McCoy Avenue.
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Selecting a term
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