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Joplin City Council met for a work session Monday night to discuss 13 City Action Plan items that were adjusted based on council feedback. The items fell under three sections, including Community Appearance, Declining Neighborhoods, and Resilient Revenue. 

City manager Nick Edwards led the presentation of the adjusted items. Edwards said that these items are “loose plans” that would be communicated to the public. The items that were not discussed in Monday’s work session are set to go forward as they were first presented, as the items that were discussed were only those that needed adjusted. The finalization of the City Action Plans will be discussed in a work session May 10.  

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