New CBD, vape shop at Lee Branch gets OK for tobacco sales but still has oppositionPosted by On

The Hoover City Council on Monday night gave its approval for tobacco sales at a new CBD, smoke and vape shop in The Village at Lee Branch off U.S. 280, but the real estate management company for the shopping center says it has a problem with the store.

Scott Laslo, a representative for Crawford Square Real Estate Advisors, told the City Council the new store, H.H. Smoke Shop, is violating the shopping center’s covenants and restrictions with at least one of its uses and said the management company intends to take legal action if the shop doesn’t remedy the violation by mid-January.

Laslo said the shop is doing something that was never brought to the attention of the management company for approval and said the management company does not intend to give approval. In an interview after the council meeting, he declined to say exactly what the CBD shop is doing that violates restrictions.

Hoover City Attorney Philip Corley said the covenants and restrictions are a private matter between the two private companies and separate from the issue that was before the council. The only issue before the council was whether H.H. Smoke Shop should be allowed to sell tobacco.

Henry Dailey, a Greystone resident who owns the shop, told the Hoover Planning and Zoning Commission last month that he already has a business license to sell CBD (cannabidiol) products legally in the city of Hoover and that the only reason he was coming to the city was because tobacco sales require…

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