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Re-Elect Mike Seibert
Joplin City Council - Zone 4

Platform - Leading Joplin in a Positive Direction

  1. Remain focused on tornado rebuilding projects:
    Frequent public updates from Wallace-Bajjali
  2. Economic Development:
    Positive job growth via:
    New and existing industrial base growth in Joplin and region
    Support of the Certified Work Force program
    Focus on ways to promote job growth with existing business
    Continue to partner with JACC and Joplin Prosperity to attract new business relocating to Joplin using tools like J-Hap new home incentive
  3. Parks System:
    Support the Joplin Commons indoor Recreation Center Concept
    Resolve traffic and parking issues at Grand Falls
  4. Entertainment:
    Support new Minor league Baseball and Soccer Teams
    Support discussions for Library/ Movie Theater project at 20th and Connecticut
  5. Culture:
    Support Connect 2 Culture arts initiative
    Support affordable new home for Joplin Mineral Museum
  6. Infrastructure:
    Support a plan to improve roads around the Mercy project with the renewal of the Capital Improvement Tax
City of Joplin Experience:
  • City Council Representative to:
    • Joplin Sports Authority
    • Joplin Museum
  • Elected to City Council Zone 4 (2010)
  • Appointed to City Council Zone 4 (2008)
  • Parks and Recreation Board (2004 to 2008)
Employer
Bristol-Myers Squibb (1982 to present)

MSSC graduate (1980)

Contact Mike Seibert:
417-437-0025
mseibert@cableone.net
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