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Mountain Brook City Council 8-13-18

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Mountain Brook City Council seeks to work with Homewood, Birmingham and Jefferson County on the project. more

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Lexi Branta Coon

Council members also approved updates to the Lane Parke PUD and reviewed updates to the energy code, erosion and sediment control ordinance and the illicit storm water discharge ordinance. more

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Council members also approved revisions to an ordinance regarding storm water management practices. more

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The hearing will take place during the city council meeting on Feb. 12. more

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Sam Chandler

The Mountain Brook City Council passed an ordinance at its Sept. 11 meeting that sets the minimum period for short-term rentals at 30 days. more

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City Manager Sam Gaston described it as having “not a lot of frills,” but with some capital projects lined up as well as one new position. more

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Lexi Coon

Once construction crews have broken ground it is estimated that the bridge project would be completed in three months. more

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The temporary closure will serve as an assessment for the future of the roundabout project. more

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By Keith McCoy

The temporary road closure, which is necessary for the roundabout project, will serve as an assessment tool to see how the closure may impact traffic flow, operation and safety in the future. more

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A draft ordinance defining a short-term rental as anything less than 30 days and prohibiting short-term rentals in all residential districts will be presented during a public hearing at the next Planning Commission meeting on Aug. 7 at 5:30 p.m. more

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The library renovations would be done in stages, the Locksley Drive sidewalk is slated to be placed on the side with the fire station, and nine other sections of roads are scheduled to be repaved in the upcoming year. more

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Council members later approved the expansion of the school zone while agreeing to perform administrative action regarding the addition of a crossing guard. more

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    Lexi Coon

    Council members heard an update about the Hydration Station proposed for the MBHS ball fields during their meeting on Feb. 27.

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