Gwin - Simmons - Hoover United!

Lake Crest rezoning
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270 Signatures Goal: 1,000

On Tuesday, August 26th at 5pm Andy Craig was at the Lake Crest club house wherediscussed proposed school rezoning and he was clear that rezoning Lake Crest is still a large part of his plan. This petition is to tell the Hoover BOE that Lake Crest is not to be rezoned out of Gwin and Simmons. We are a family and we are committed to staying together. As evidenced by alternate plans mentioned at the meeting there are other answers to the overcrowding issues Hoover is facing and they don't have to involve removing Lake Crest from Gwin and Simmons. We should get a vote in this matter - these are our children. Please sign this petition as a show of support.

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  • William R. Franks
    William R. Franks United States, Birmingham
    Aug 26, 2014
    Aug 26, 2014
    Lake Crest was started in the early 1990's way before, Ross Bridge, Preserve, Brocks Gap, Lake Cyrus, and parts of Trace Crossings. The Hoover Board of Education along with the Planning and Zoning Commission should have discussed long range planning which it appears they did not. Lake Crest residents purchased their homes so their children could attend Gwin and Simmons Middle School. Therefore, I firmly believe Lake Crest should be grandfathered as it is now zoned. Also, how many new homes have been constructed in Hoover since 2007, when the City Council took school funds away? How much additional tax revenue did these new homes bring into the City of Hoover and where has it been spent?
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