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Smith Farm

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Photo by Jon Anderson

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

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    Photo by Jon Anderson

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    About 70 people attended a meeting of the Hoover Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday, Dec. 9, 2019. Most in the audience were there for a zoning case in Bluff Park.

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    Photo by Jon Anderson

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    This shows a preliminary layout of a plan for 50 houses off Savoy Street on the old Smith dairy farm property in the Bluff Park community in Hoover, Alabama.

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    Photo by Jon Anderson

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    Developer Lance Kitchens talks to the Hoover Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday, Dec. 9, 2019, about his plans for a new subdivision on part of the old Smith dairy farm property in the Bluff Park community in Hoover, Alabama.

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    Photo by Jon Anderson

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    A resident of Bluff park speaks against a proposal to rezone about 6.7 acres of a 26.6-acre tract in Bluff Park to accommodate greater density and consistency in a planned subdivision, during a meeting of the Hoover Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday, Dec. 9, 2019.

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    Hoover Councilman Mike Shaw, who also is a member of the Hoover Planning and Zoning Commission, (center) tells a developer he sees no compelling reason to rezone land in Bluff Park to allow for increased density in a planned subdivision during a meeting of the zoning board on Monday, Dec. 9, 2019.

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    Photo by Jon Anderson

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    A resident of Bluff park speaks against a proposal to rezone about 6.7 acres of a 26.6-acre tract in Bluff Park to accommodate greater density and consistency in a planned subdivision, during a meeting of the Hoover Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday, Dec. 9, 2019.

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