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The council on Aug. 5 voted to amend 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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Alcohol sales

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Previously, sales or dispensing of alcoholic beverages could not occur until 11 a.m. on Sundays in private clubs and noon at places such as restaurants, hotels and meeting and event centers. Read more

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The City Council wants clarification about what measures it would have to take to allow Sunday alcoholic beverage sales as early as 10 a.m. rather than noon. Read more

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Since the amendment went into effect on March 13, some restaurants and businesses have seen positive results from the change. Read more

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Carmike Cinemas Patton Creek

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The proposal has stirred debate in the Hoover community. Read more

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The Hoover City Council is scheduled to vote on Carmike Motion Pictures' request at its Jan. 17 meeting. Read more

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Carmike Cinemas

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Some people are all for it, but others say it will ruin the movie experience for children and families. Read more

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Carmike Cinemas Patton Creek

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The Hoover Planning and Zoning Commission gave its approval tonight, but now the proposal goes to the Hoover City Council. Read more

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Sunday alcohol sales vote

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About 70 percent of voters in the county voted in favor of amending the law to allow sales of alcoholic beverages after noon on Sundays. Read more

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Shelby County legislative preview Jan 2015

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Eleven lawmakers representing parts of Shelby County today shared their outlook going into the session that starts Feb. 2. Read more

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Shelby County Commission

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One alcohol license was for Blowfish Sushi Bar, a new sushi restaurant set to open on U.S. 280. The restaurant will be located in the former City Vineyard location. Read more

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ABC hearing

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During a public hearing held at Hoover City Hall on Tuesday, July 28, the Alabama Beverage Control Board's Public Study Commission on Alcohol Sales heard advocates and opponents of proposed legislation that could ease restrictions on alcohol sales. Read more

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