JOPLIN, Mo. (AP) — The state has approved a proposal for a $34 million senior housing project in Joplin.
The project is part of the city's redevelopment plans arising from the devastating May 2011 tornado.
The Missouri Health Facilities Review Committee approved a certificate of need for the project after a hearing Monday.
The Joplin Globe reports (http://bit.ly/16mPqXB ) the proposed development would be built on about 23 acres, with a variety of housing ranging from individual homes to apartments for those who need medical help.
The Joplin City Council last week approved a site pre-development agreement for the project, which is one of the $804 million worth of projects proposed for Joplin's tornado redevelopment.
Information from: The Joplin (Mo.) Globe, http://www.joplinglobe.com