Joplin City Council Approves Software Work Order | Local News


Joplin City Council on Monday authorized a work order with Superion to provide services for the city’s public safety software.

Annual software updates and maintenance services will cost $ 266,936 and $ 172,698. This support includes technical upgrades and daily support work on the system.

Council also agreed to advance for final readings an authorization to work with Burns & McDonnell to provide an update to the city’s master plan for solid waste management services. The work is expected to cost $ 96,450.

A representative from the company told the board that public comments on the plan will be taken into account so that future services recommended in the long-term plan have community support.

Several zoning requests have been put forward for final readings to take place at the next council meeting:

• A special use permit for 416 S. Florida Ave. to use as a short term rental.

• A zoning change from an industrial building to an apartment building for a property south of 13th Street and Rex Avenue.

• A zoning change from two-family to apartment building at 3431 E. 10th St.

• A zoning change from non-commercial to commercial on Connecticut Avenue near 24th Street for the construction of a convenience store.

After its regular meeting, the board met behind closed doors to discuss real estate and personnel.


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