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Blasters & City Council Talk New Lease
They're close to a deal. Monday night (11/16), the Joplin City Council heard a proposal by the Joplin Blasters to restruc...
Public Works Investigation Finds No Wrongdoing
The Joplin Police Department's investigation into the City's Public Works Department is over."It took them a few...
Joplin City Mgr. Candidate Sam Anselm
Joplin Assistant City Manager Sam Anselm has been the Interim City Manager since Mark Rohr was dismissed earlier this year. A...
Joplin Adopts New Budgeting Process
Now that the City of Joplin is almost finished with its budget for fiscal year 2016, they're thinking about next year'...
Rezoning Approved For New Joplin Public Library
The new Joplin Public Library took anothe step forward Monday (8/3). The Joplin City Council approved the rezoning of land at...
No Plans For Restoring Joplin Depot
The old Joplin Union Depot will remain vacant. There are no plans in the works to restore the historic building and there are...
City Can't Ask For Audit
Now that the Joplin School District has invited Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich to conduct an audit, News Talk KZRG wonde...
Joplin City Council Picks Recovery Projects
The Joplin City Council has decided on a dozen projects to devote over $97 million in federal tornado recovery funds. Whi...
Joplin City Manager Responds to Sewer Rate Questions
Earlier this month the Joplin City Council agreed to five years of sewer rate increases, amounting to a 61% hike in sewer bil...
New Twist To Joplin-Wallace Bajjali Dispute
A Springfield trucking company is now ensnared in the mess between the City of Joplin and its former master developer, Wallac...
Joplin City Council Learns Audit Results June 4
It won't be long until the Joplin City Council learns the results of a state audit."We've scheduled a meeting fo...
Joplin Considers Resiliency Competition For Grant Money
Joplin City officials will be in Kansas City Wednesday and Thursday (1/14 & 15) to consider taking part in a resiliency compe...
20th Street Overpass Update
Plans have been in the works for several months to build an overpass at 20th Street at the railroad tracks. Grant money has b...
Joplin City Manager Talks More on City Chamber Payments
As News Talk KZRG told you earlier, the State Auditor's Office has raised questions about the City of Joplin paying $...
Blasters First Lease Payment Not Due Until June 10
The Joplin Blasters are almost a month away from playing their first ever game at Joe Becker Stadium. Yet the American Associ...
Joplin's Post-Tornado Construction Reaches $1 Billion
While Joplin's rebuilding from the May 2011 tornado continues, another milestone has been reached. The value of repairs a...
Changes Coming To Joplin Public Works
The Joplin Public Works department will soon make some changes. Assistant City Manager Sam Anselm brought up the changes Mond...
Joplin Residents Question Rebuilding Numbers
Some Joplin residents have told City officials they're not sure how accurate the statistics are on rebuilding from the Ma...
Joplin Fires Master Developer
They're done. The City of Joplin has terminated its contract with Master Developer Wallace Bajjali as of Wednesday mornin...
Joplin Mayor: City Moving Forward After Rohr's Termination
Moving forward. That's the theme behind a press release from Joplin Mayor Melodee Colbert-Kean on the controversial termi...
Maiden Lane Road Construction to Start Soon
Maiden Lane will soon be a lot bigger. The road is being widened to five lanes between 9th and 32nd Street. Assistant City Ma...
Executive Receptionist Fundraiser
A City of Joplin department head is going to get a new job next week: switchboard receptionist at City Hall. It's part of...
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