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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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During an Aug. 3 meeting, the City Council made the motion to table consideration of doubling Hoover lodging tax and received an update from Hoover Public Library Director Linda Andrews on the facility's makeover. more

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Hoover council member John Lyda said that discussion in a Thursday council work session led to an agreement to table consideration of doubling Hoover lodging tax. The motion to table will be formally made by the council on Monday night. more

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Hoover hotel executives, during the Monday, July 20 Hoover City Council meeting, spoke out against a proposal by Mayor Gary Ivey to double Hoover's lodging tax from 3 to 6 percent, saying the increase could cost them business. more

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Roy L. Williams

The Hoover City Council during its Monday, July 20 meeting will hear a second reading of an ordinance that would double the city lodging tax from 3 to 6 percent. more

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Ross Bridge Hotel

Roy L. Williams

Hoover City Council officials hinted strongly after a Monday, July 6 meeting that they will approve Mayor Gary Ivey’s request to double the city portion of the Hoover lodging tax. The council will consider the matter at its July 20 meeting. more

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Hoover City Council

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The city tax for staying in Hoover hotels and motels could soon double. The Hoover City Council on Monday, July 6 meeting at 6 p.m. will consider a proposal from Mayor Gary Ivey to raise the city's lodging tax rate from 3 percent to 6 percent. more

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