Photo by Madison Miller.
Hoover City Council
Hoover City Council members John Lyda and Brian Skelton speak at the meeting.
New homes will be built on Kirkman Drive following the Hoover City Council's approval of rezoning 17 acres of land adjacent to Kirkman Preserve, which will allow for construction of the properties. Thirty-five medium density homes are currently planned for the site.
The council approved the rezoning at the request of Jonathan Belcher of NSH Corporation.
The council also:
- Authorized the acceptance of public improvements within the road right of way to Northampton Phase 1 Subdivision and Northampton Phase 2 Subdivision.
- Authorized Mayor Ivey to execute deed conveying to Alabama Power Company a utility easement on the site of the future Hoover Fire Station No. 10, which will be located at 3537 Market Street in Ross Bridge.
- Declared a vehicle with a salvage title as surplus to be sold via online auction.
- Authorized Mayor Ivey to execute a proposal with CivicPlus to add CivicSend services to the existing website contract.
- Accepted the perpetual maintenance of public improvements within road right of way a portion of Oak Park Lane and approved to proceed with the final seal coat.
- Approved a change to the City of Hoover's Police Department Offices project.
- Approved the ABC application for Hari Hospitality LLC d/b/a Embassy Suites at 2960 John Hawkins Parkway.
- Approved the ABC application for Sai Dham, Inc. d/b/a Bayleaf Authentic Indian Cuisine at 5426 Hwy. 280, Suite 14.
The next city council meeting will be Jan. 19 at 6 p.m. at Hoover City Hall. For more information, visit hooveral.org.