Hoover planning commission denies U.S. Steel request to subdivide 140 acres for up to 820 apartments



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Impact fees

The City needs to evaluate the current impact to city services,fire,police,schools,library,roads and charge the developers accordingly. Impact fees are widely used by cites and school districts to provide the monies needed to make up the added expenses these developers cost the cities. If Hoover has such fees now they are obviously not charging enough. Time to rethink......

Linda Chastain more than 2 years ago

no more apts

Hoover has too many apts.already.

hcf more than 2 years ago

Thank goodness!

No more apartments in Hoover!

LeAnn more than 2 years ago