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Hoover City Council 7-1-19

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The grocery store is planned to be built at the intersection of South Shades Crest Road and Morgan Road in southwest Hoover. Read more

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The Hoover City Council has decided to spend $368,000 to extend a fiber-optic data connection to the Hoover Metropolitan Complex, but it took nearly two hours of debate and a split 4-2 vote. Read more

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Residents have complained about having a constant stream of strangers coming to and going from homes in their neighborhoods. Read more

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The bank's renovation of a 130,000-square-foot building in International Park is taking longer than anticipated. Read more

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Hoover back to school 2018 (20)

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Council members said Kelley's experience is critical as the district faces issues related to funding and a federal court desegregation case. Read more

Schools

Jeff State welding program land

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“The Shelby-Hoover campus is the only campus we have that has not been able to offer welding, and it’s time to change that,” Jeff State President Keith Brown said. Read more

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Applicants must be Hoover residents and be willing to serve five years. Read more

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Police officers now will be paid overtime for any time worked over 40 hours, instead of 43 hours. Read more

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Hoover school officials are seeking to raise the city's property taxes by 2.4 mills to benefit the school system. Read more

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The company sought a tax abatement to improve its Hoover dealership, but the mayor says other dealerships made improvements without incentives. Read more

Businesses

Doug Baker Blvd shopping center map

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Developer Jim Mitchell plans to build a 15,000-square-foot shopping center at the intersection of Alabama 119 and Doug Baker Boulevard. Read more

Businesses

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The council voted 4-3 in favor of the moratorium until city leaders can take a thorough review of their zoning regulations. Read more

Businesses

Hoover City Council 9-17-18

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Some council members voiced concerns about the increase in spending in the budget, but a majority said they felt the spending was justified for a growing city with growing needs. Read more

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Hoover employee milestones 2017

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The proposed new pay scale would give raises to all employees, increase the maximum amount they can earn in the future and cost the city about $1.5 million more in the coming fiscal year, city officials said. Read more

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This budget should strengthen public safety and increase city employee salaries to once again make Hoover the "employer of choice," the mayor said. Read more

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The job includes 9.7 miles of roadway on 38 streets, plus paving jobs at numerous Hoover schools. Read more

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At its peak, Brook Highland Community Church had 50 to 75 members at the Alabama 119 site. Read more

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City staff changed the way police overtime pay is reported to the Retirement Systems of Alabama due to a recent Supreme Court decision, but Smith said the court decision was misinterpreted. Read more

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The hearings with department heads are scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 21, and Thursday, Aug. 23. Read more

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Members of the new group say the city needs a space, and eventually a performing arts center, for artists who had to leave the Artists on the Bluff facility. Read more

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  • Hoover City Council 7-1-19

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    Hoover City Council 7-1-19

    Hoover Councilman Derrick Murphy asks a question about traffic improvements planned at the intersection of South Shades Crest Road and Morgan Road during a council meeting on Monday, July 1, 2019.

  • Hoover City Council 7-1-19 (2)

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    Hoover City Council 7-1-19 (2)

    David Naefe, a resident of the Riverchase community in Hoover, Alabama, expresses opposition to a tax rebate agreement with the developer of a grocery store site during a Hoover City Council meeting on Monday, July 1, 2019.

  • Hoover City Council 7-1-19 (3)

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    Hoover City Council 7-1-19 (3)

    David Bradley, a former member of the Hoover City Council in Hoover, Alabama, expresses opposition to a tax rebate agreement with the developer of a grocery store site during a council meeting on Monday, July 1, 2019.

  • Hoover council 1-7-19

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    Hoover council 1-7-19

    The Hoover City Council on Monday, Jan. 7, 2019, discusses a resolution seeking approval from the state Legislature to hold an election to raise Hoover's property taxes by 2.4 mills. Such an increase would add $24 to the tax bill for a $100,000 home and $72 to the tax bill for a $300,000 home.

  • Hoover council 10-1-18

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    Hoover council 10-1-18

    Derrick Murphy, chairman of the Hoover City Council's Economic Development Committee, at left, discusses a proposal regarding the relocation of UAB Medical West hospital from Bessemer to Hoover during a committee meeting on Monday, Oct. 1, 2018, as Councilman Casey Middlebrooks listens.

  • Matt Sterley 6-28-18

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    Matt Sterley 6-28-18

    Matt Sterley, the general manager for the Hyatt Regency Birmingham — The Wynfrey Hotel, discusses a substitute for a proposed lodging tax increase with the Hoover City Council in Hoover, Alabama, during a council work session on Thursday, June 28, 2018.

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