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Robin Schultz June 2016

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When I decided to run for council in 2016, it was not an easy choice. I realized that there would be some sacrifices that would have to be made, including some dealing with my family. I didn't make the choice overnight. Read more

Opinion

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Developer Lance Kitchens wants to rezone about 6.7 acres of a 26.6-acre piece of the old Smith dairy farm from agricultural and estate zoning to an R-1 residential district, like the rest of the land. Read more

News

Santek recycling pickup  8-21-19

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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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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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Robin Schultz June 2016

Photo courtesy of Robin Schultz

When I decided to run for council in 2016, it was not an easy choice. I realized that there would be some sacrifices that would have to be made, including some dealing with my family. I didn't make the choice overnight. Read more

Opinion

Robin Schultz June 2016

Photo courtesy of Robin Schultz

Schultz said Hoover residents need council members who will actively fight for more school funding. Read more

People

HV school bd 2016 candidates

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School board candidates also revealed other challenges they see facing the system. Read more

Schools

Hoover City Councilman Gene Smith says he is investigating whether the city can implement a commercial property nuisance ordinance. Smith is responding to complaints by Bluff Park resident Robin Schultz about the conditions at Shades Mountain Plaza. Read more

News

Robin Schultz and Olivia Lenamond

Katie Turpen

In 2011, Schultz started a project he called Learning to Be the Light. Its mission is to refurbish computers and install them in the homes of Hoover City School students who need them for schoolwork but don’t currently have home access. Read more

People

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