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2019 City Election Results – Meet your 2019-2023 Aldermen   John Canepari, Dan Allen, Hazel Nieves and myself were elected by Spring Hill voters on April 11th to serve for the City for the next four years. The newly elected Aldermen will take their seats prior to the May 2019 work session.   I want […]

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Increase to both Impact Fees and Property Taxes?   Spring Hill has nearly $200,000,000 of necessary Capital Improvement needs. These projects cover roadway improvements to Hwy 31, Buckner Rd, Buckner Ln, the new interchange, water and sewer improvements, a new Police headquarters, and many more.   In conjunction with Spring Hill’s newly adopted Major Thoroughfare […]

Major Thoroughfare¬†Plan Update – Public Open House Meeting Spring Hill’s Major Thoroughfare Plan (MTP) is the basis for our long term roadway infrastructure planning. The current MTP was adopted in 2015, and served as the basis for prioritizing road projects and setting current impact fees. Join the Spring Hill Planning Commission and Transportation Advisory Committee […]

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Spring Hill Third Quarter¬†Newsletter The past three months in Spring Hill have been an exciting time. As we enter fall, let’s take a moment to look back at what your Spring Hill BOMA has been up to over the past few months.This newsletter serves to provide a high level review on Spring Hill news you […]

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Spring Hill Second Quarter Newsletter The past three months in Spring Hill have presented a great number of opportunities and challenges alike. Since being elected, Alderman Fitterer was appointed to the Planning Commission as the Mayor’s designee and appointed to the Transportation Advisory Committee as the Planning Commission’s Representative. This quarterly newsletter serves to provide […]

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