Joplin City Council Regular Scheduled Meeting, March 1, 2021; Occupancy limits regarding COVID-19; Council votes Yes to Eliminate Restaurant and Church Social Distance Requirements

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JOPLIN, Mo. — Meetings are held on regular schedule every other Monday evening at 6:00 PM in the Council Chambers on the 5th Floor. CLICK HERE to view the agenda on a link. Or click below to follow along by PDF with active links to documents.

JUST IN: Shortly after 6:30 PM a discussion and vote is held to remove social distancing requirements for restaurants and places of worship. 6-3. Vote is in favor to lift the requirements.

  • HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
  • Tearing down of two properties, one on Iowa and one on Jackson.
  • Occupancy discussion regarding COVID-19 and the city recovery plan.
  • Approving the job description for Breastfeeding Peer Counselor Coordinator.
  • Construction of the Senior Center-Meals on Wheels Zone Improvement Project.

To view all upcoming and past agendas, click here for the city of Joplin AGENDA CENTER. To access the City of Joplin Streaming Media Archive, click here. You can view this video or any past video on your own time. We air these meetings as a courtesy so as many as possible can participate in local city government.

This meeting can be viewed via livestream at
http://www.joplinmo.org/182/Video-Multimedia In compliance with the social distancing requirement of six feet, the number of guests in the Council Chambers is limited to 45.

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