🌱 What is open/closed on New Year’s Day? + Development of Crestline Heights

Happy end of the year, mountain stream!

I’ll be taking a few days off this holiday weekend, so expect a new newsletter in your inbox on Wednesday morning.

In today’s update:

  • What is open and closed on New Years Day?
  • Crestline Heights and other upcoming developments in Mountain Brook in 2023.
  • The Mountain Brook Chamber of Commerce encourages local shopping.

But first, today’s weather:

A thunderstorm in the morning. High: 65 Low: 51.

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Here are the top three stories from today in Mountain Brook:

  1. La Poste is open today but closed on Sunday and Monday. Here’s which grocery stores and other businesses will be open and closed this New Year’s weekend in Alabama. (AL.com)
  2. Many new developments are coming to the Jefferson County area in the New Year, including near Mountain Brook in Crestline Heights, a “$200 million mixed-use development located on the former site of Trinity Medical Center”, which will include “a corporate campus, single-tenant buildings and luxury condominium space”. Parts of the development are expected to open this spring. (Bham now)
  3. According to the Mountain Brook Chamber, “Of every $100 spent at a Mountain Brook retailer, $68 stays in our local economy.” The Chamber thanks residents for shopping locally this holiday season. (Mountain Brook Chamber via Instagram)

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Today in Mountain Brook:

  • NYE Festive Four-Course Dinner at Wine (4 p.m.)
  • Celebrate 2023 with Bocca Ristorante (5 p.m.)

Bham Now has a list of “8 New Year’s Eve events in Birmingham for an unforgettable night

From my notebook:

  • On Friday, faith leaders from across Jefferson County came together to call for an end to gun violence in 2023, describing the problem as a “public health crisis”. (WBRC 6)
  • A look back at some memorable moments from this year from the O’Neal Library. (O’Neal Library via Instagram)

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Dashiell Allen

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