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Hyatt Place Hoover

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The latest proposal would charge hotel guests a $2 nightly room fee in Hoover instead of the $2.50 fee proposed last week. more

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Summertime is here, which means lots of fun in the sun and time spent in the outdoors. Hoover has many beautiful parks such as Veterans Park, Moss Rock Preserve and Aldridge Gardens, just to name a few. more

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Hyatt Regency Wynfrey Hotel

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Hotel operators say they would rather see a $2.50 per night room fee than an increase in the city's total lodging tax from 14 percent to 17 percent. more

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Riverchase sewer meeting 6-21-18 (1)

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About 150 people heard details from Hoover Mayor Frank Brocato and his staff about the need to raise rates for the first time in 14 years. more

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Mayor Frank Brocato has asked the City Council to consider $20 million in incentives to lure a $300 million project that he says would bring 1,000 jobs to Hoover. more

Businesses 8 Comments

Frank Brocato 10-4-18

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The mayor said the increases are needed to eliminate projected budget deficits, pay for routine capital expenses, provide more money for schools and pay for projects requested by residents. more

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I am thrilled that our economic developer Greg Knighton has been meeting with developers, commercial property owners and businesses on behalf of Hoover’s economic development efforts. more

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Hoover City Council 5-21-18

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The City Council is considering the pros and cons of a variety of tax increases and whether or not to charge residents for garbage pickup. more

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Aldi UAB Medicine

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These are the first two announced tenants in the new shopping center under construction along John Hawkins Parkway between Interstate 459 and Stadium Trace Parkway. more

Businesses 2 Comments

Hoover prayer breakfast 2018 25

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The head of the Hoover-based company with 800 locations around the country says prayer and faith have led to much success in his personal and business life. more

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Hoover council 5-3-18

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Some council members say they think more research needs to be done before action is taken and pressed for more cuts to expenses. more

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Frank Brocato 4-16-18

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Mayor Frank Brocato asked the council to work with him to address projected budget deficits by the council's June 4 meeting. more

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Hoover City Council Nov 2016

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The mayor and City Council should allow much public deliberation. more

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Frank Brocato

Springtime is here, and I hope you and your families are enjoying the beautiful weather and this exciting time in our city! more

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Sydney Cromwell

The BWWB brought several members of its staff to address questions in the general meeting and one-on-one afterward. more

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Jeff State culinary 2-16-18

Jon Anderson

The campus started with about 1,000 students the first year in 1993 and now serves nearly 5,000 students, Jeff State Interim President Keith Brown said. more

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2018 has been a very cold year so far! However, our staff has been busy planning many family friendly events that are sure to warm you up and get you involved in our community. more

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I hope you and your family had a great Christmas and a happy New Year! I have truly enjoyed my first full year as your mayor and will continue to work every day to move Hoover along to be No. 1. more

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Future Hoover 11-21-17 (4)

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"Don't kill the downtown arts district" in Birmingham, Altadena Woods resident Jack Goertz said at a meeting to discuss Hoover's future. more

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Frank Brocato Feb 2016

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Frances and I want to wish you a safe and wonderful holiday season!  December is such a festive and fun time of year in Hoover. more

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Summertime is here, which means lots of fun in the sun and time spent in the outdoors. Hoover has many beautiful parks such as Veterans Park, Moss Rock Preserve and Aldridge Gardens, just to name a few. more

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I am thrilled that our economic developer Greg Knighton has been meeting with developers, commercial property owners and businesses on behalf of Hoover’s economic development efforts. more

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Frank Brocato

Springtime is here, and I hope you and your families are enjoying the beautiful weather and this exciting time in our city! more

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I am extremely proud that Hoover was just named by 24/7 Wall Street as the “Best City In Alabama” to live and one of the best in the United States! more

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2018 has been a very cold year so far! However, our staff has been busy planning many family friendly events that are sure to warm you up and get you involved in our community. more

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I hope you and your family had a great Christmas and a happy New Year! I have truly enjoyed my first full year as your mayor and will continue to work every day to move Hoover along to be No. 1. more

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Frank Brocato Feb 2016

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Frances and I want to wish you a safe and wonderful holiday season!  December is such a festive and fun time of year in Hoover. more

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We were thrilled that 24/7 Wall St. ranked Hoover as No. 17 among the best places to live in the United States and that Hoover was the only city in Alabama that made the list. more

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Frank Brocato Feb 2016

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We are very proud to say that recently Niche ranked Hoover City Schools number one on their “Safest Schools in Alabama” List, and we were ranked number five in the nation. more

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Frank Brocato Feb 2016

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It has been almost a year since I was sworn into office as your mayor. I had many goals making up my platform, and I am pleased to announce that several of them are coming to fruition this fall. more

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I hope your summer has been great.  It’s hard to believe the students will be back in school soon and that football season is fast approaching. more

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  • Jeff State Frank Brocato 2-16-18

    Jon Anderson

    Jeff State Frank Brocato 2-16-18

    Hoover Mayor Frank Brocato speaks at the 25th anniversary celebration of the Jefferson State Community College Shelby-Hoover campus in Hoover, Alabama, on Friday, Feb. 16, 2018.

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    Tala Samour, a student at Jefferson State Community College, leads in the pledge of allegiance to the U.S. flag, during the 25th anniversary celebration of the college's Shelby-Hoover campus in Hoover, Alabama, on Friday, Feb. 16, 2018. On the podium with her, from left, are Jefferson State Community College Interim President Keith Brown, Jefferson County Manager Tony Petelos and Hoover Mayor Frank Brocato.

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    Emily Featherston

    Mayor Frank Brocato and his wife Frances were the official hosts of Hydrangeas in the Gardens on June 10, 2017.

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    Emily Featherston

    Hoovery Mayor Frank Brocato welcomed guests to the 2017 Hydrangeas Under the Stars. Brocato and his wife were the official hosts of the June 10, 2017 event at Aldridge Gardens.

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