Fair and Reasonable Decision

Failing to plan is planning to fail – Alan Lakein On Monday, June 5, 2017 the Hoover City Council will be voting on approving the First Amendment to the Blackridge Planned Unit Development (Blackridge PUD) and to the Eleventh Amendment to the Trace Crossings Planned Unit Development (Trace Crossings PUD). . Both amendments consist of several items, which will…

A Celebration of Life – Daniel T. Fulton – Memorial Gathering

On behalf of Arnold Singer and Linda Williams, we’d like to thank all those who came to the Memorial Gathering of Dan Fulton at Artists on the Bluff on Saturday, March 25.  A special thanks to Linda Williams and the staff at Artists on the Bluff for the brochure and flowers honoring Mr. Fulton. Those…

What difference can one person make?

In a city with a population of 88,000, one person represents 0.0011363636363636363% .  Yet that one person can make a significant impact. Today we lost a person who, if you’re a resident of Hoover, has impacted your life, whether you know it or not. That person was Dan Fulton, an educator who retired from the Birmingham…

A New Chapter Begins

Tonight we begin a new chapter in the City of Hoover.  A new mayor and council will be sworn in after a very active campaign and above average voter turnout.  This year’s election included one race that was decided by five votes, another that was decided by less than thirty, and a runoff.  The voters…

The Amendment Guide

On November 8 we (the voters of Alabama) get to vote on 14 Amendments to the  Constitution of Alabama of 1901 (the longest Constitution in the world!). Here’s the problem that many have voiced over the past month on various forums, Facebook pages, blogs, twitter, and at their respective water coolers:  Why are the Amendments so confusing?…