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Hoover City Council 2-17-20

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The council plans to budget the other $1 million in start-up costs for a future year. Annual maintenance fees eventually will cost $546,000 per year. Read more

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Now, the developer must decide whether to submit a different plan or seek to build the subdivision in unincorporated Shelby County. Read more

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A recently approved tax incentive deal to spur the expansion and redevelopment of Bluff Park Village should serve as a catalyst for more commercial development in the rapidly changing Bluff Park community. Read more

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The total 1.8-mile project is expected to cost almost $2.7 million. Read more

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Piggly Wiggly will relocate its store from Shades Mountain Plaza to a bigger, new store in the adjacent Bluff Park Village. Read more

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Hoover City Council President Gene Smith has announced he is challenging current Mayor Frank Brocato for the mayor’s chair in the Aug. 25 election, and other names are floating around as potential candidates for the mayor’s race as well. Read more

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Now, a traffic study will be conducted to determine if speed tables are indeed merited and welcomed by residents. Read more

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The garbage hauler has put cameras on all its trucks in Hoover and enacted landfill restrictions on recycling pickup day. Read more

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The amount of city funding for the Hoover City Schools Foundation still remains uncertain. Read more

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With new zoning restrictions in place, the City Council also lifted its moratorium against such businesses. Read more

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So the question was: What was happening with those items people were trying to recycle? The answer: They were going to the landfill instead. Read more

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City hall renovations should begin in early 2020, City Administrator Allan Rice said. Read more

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Orange Development U.S. 31 10-7-19

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The council also transferred an existing sales tax rebate for The Boot at The Grove restaurant to a restaurant that will replace it. Read more

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The Hoover City Council amended the city’s ordinance regarding alcoholic beverage sales to allow sales as early as 10 a.m. on Sundays. Read more

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Ben Powell 8-15-19

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The Hoover City Council promoted the city’s purchasing director, Ben Powell, to the city treasurer position, replacing Robert Yeager, whose retirement took effect Oct. 1. Read more

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Hoover's zoning board on Monday recommended the City Council approve the new restrictions. Read more

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Hoover's cost on the project should remain at $1.4 million or less, Chief Operations Officer Tim Westhoven said. Read more

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Orange Development U.S. 31 site plan 7-21-19

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Orange Development plans to invest $4.76 million in the project and get a 25% tax rebate up to $500,000. Read more

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Hoover City Council 9-26-19

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The City Council cut $4.5 million from the mayor's proposed spending plan and added $2.3 million in spending favored by the council. Read more

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If the Hoover City Council had not raised sales, use, leasing and lodging taxes last year, city revenues from those taxes likely would have declined this fiscal year, city records now indicate. Read more

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  • Hoover City Council 2-17-20

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    Hoover City Council 2-17-20

    The Hoover City Council meets at Spain Park High School on Monday, Feb. 17, 2020.

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    Hoover Mayor Frank Brocato, left, shakes the hand of Hoover City Engineer Rodney Long as he honors Long for 20 years of service to the city during a Hoover City Council meeting Dec. 16.

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    Members of the Hoover City Council from left, Mike Shaw, John Lyda, Curt Posey, Gene Smith, and John Greene listen as citizens raise concerns during Monday’s meeting on Nov. 18, 2019 at the Hoover Senior Center. Photo by Erin Nelson

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    Members of the Hoover City Council from left, Mike Shaw, John Lyda, Curt Posey, Gene Smith, John Greene, Derrick Murphy, and Casey Middlebrooks listen as citizens raise concerns during Monday’s meeting on Nov. 18, 2019 at the Hoover Senior Center. Photo by Erin Nelson

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    The William J. Billingsley Council Chambers at Hoover City Hall in August 2017. The chambers are set to be remodeled as part of a $2.7 million renovation project at Hoover City Hall.

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    Melinda Lopez, the chief financial and information officer for the city of Hoover, Alabama, presents Mayor Frank Brocato's 2020 budget proposal at a Hoover City Council work session on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2019.

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