First, check if the JIRA systems are the same version, and running on the same version of Java, as that may be a culprit.
If not, then I suspect your development environment is pulling in dependencies your add-on relies on within another add-on, or possibly just because it's running in a development mode. Check that the list of user-enabled add-ons is the same, and try disabling any in the dev system that are not running in production. See if it then happens in dev.
The above is all just to try to be sure that it is a dependency type thing.
Hopefully adding this should fix it. IF it is what I think it is:
In the web-resource section of your pom.xml, add this after
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