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    Jane Spearman Sedran

    “Councilmen Brian Plant, Jef Freeman and Zach Steele voted in favor…” I’m glad to know which council members overruled the planning and zoning board and voted in favor of the rezoning and this completely unnecessary retail space. Good job.

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    Jason Reed

    Just great. Let’s just move some more business out of the pinnacle. Why do we keep building more retail space when the current shopping centers have vacancies.

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    Jamie Lankford Chappell

    Hwy 11 is starting to look like center point Pkwy did back in the day…sigh.

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    Jennifer Lartigue

    Seriously, this is not what we were hoping for. Wonder if they would vote the same way if in their front yard…

  5. 5

    Jane Spearman Sedran

    Absolutely not! Look how they reacted to the family that had to tear down the “project house.”

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    Ty Martin

    Abby Michelle Chiarella

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    Eric Leslie

    Allowing outdoor seating should encourage business at the brewery and hopefully help make it successful.

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    Scott Greene

    More retail space…disappointing.

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    Brian Bozeman

    I am confused why a parcel of property zoned preferred commercial (law, cpa, office space, etc) in an existing office park was rezoned to allow retail when the gentleman representing the developer had very little to offer the council. At a minimum, the council could have delayed the decision and asked them to come back with architectural drawings to make sure it was complimentary to the existing buildings in the office park (full brick, ornamental, accents, etc.).

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    Ricky Edwards

    Bring on the brewery!!! So glad we are moving in the right direction!

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    The Trussville Tribune

    Brian, the developer will have to do that when it goes before Design/Review.

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    Chuck Biddinger

    Ricky Edwards, Plan to take a long time to get there and back. Hwy. 11 will become mush worst then 280. 🙂

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    Nina Reid Orr

    Thank you councilman Perry Cook for your vote “no”! We need more like you to stand up for what’s best for our community! We are going to be in a grid lock of traffic before long and it want matter what the City approves because we won’t be able to get out of our house!

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