Hoover City Council reschedules meeting because of Labor Day

By AMY JONES / Associate Editor

HOOVER — The Hoover City Council will not meet on Labor Day.

During the council’s Aug. 5 meeting, its members elected to move its regularly scheduled Sept. 2 meeting to Sept. 3 because of the Labor Day holiday.

The Sept. 3 meeting will begin at 6 p.m.

The council also adopted an ordinance to rezone approximately nine acres of recently annexed property on Hoehn Drive from Shelby County A-1 Agriculture to Hoover PRD Planned Residential Development District at the request of Signature Homes.

Signature Homes plans a 109-home development for the area, close to the intersection of Caldwell Mill Road and Jaguar Drive.