Hoover City Council in 7-0 vote denies landowner request to rezone 26 acres on South Shades Crest Road

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COUNCIL DENIES SO.SHADES CREST ZONING CHANGE

IT IS INTERESTING TO NOTE THAT THE REQUEST FOR THE ZONING CHANGE WAS SIGNED BY BILLY SILVER, WITH USS REALTY. SILVER IS ALSO ONE OF NON RESIDENTIAL DIRECTORS OF THE TRACE CROSSINGS RESIDENTIAL ASSOCIATION. NONE OF THE RESIDENTS WERE NOTIFIED OF THE PROPOSE CHANGE BY THE ASSOCIATION, AND THERE WAS NO INPUT BY THE ASSOCIATION AS TO THE CHANGE. MR. SILVER AND HIS ASSOCIATES AT USS REALTY WHO ARE ON THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE RESIDENTIAL ASSOCIATION, HAVE A CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND NEED TO DETERMINE WHO THEY WISH TO SERVE.

BILL THOMASON more than 2 years ago

Zoning

The council listened to these residents but didn't to the residents along Ross Bridge Parkway a year or so ago for rezoning next to the school to build those crummy houses. I hope Lyda loses badly in the next election. Can't stand the guy.

Joe more than 2 years ago

Re Zoning

Thank you John, you continue to listen to the residents of Hoover.

Ray Rodriguez more than 2 years ago

WIN!

Mr. Armstrong acted as though he were perturbed at having to even present his case tonight and that our concerns were not legitimate plus unless he lives in this part of town how could he know what's best for us. The traffic study guy said Brock's Gap was a "D" rated road already and that the bridge over 459 is wide enough for 4 lanes. No it is not wide enough. This property hasn't sold for light industrial in the last 20 yrs so that argument wasn't very well thought out. I would prefer an animal clinic over a Walmart Grocery center and 12 bay gas station any day!

Jamie Eads more than 2 years ago

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