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Board of Directors Nominees
The Nominating Committee is pleased
to present this slate of persons for
the Class of 2015. The election will
take place at our Annual Meeting on
December 17 (see below).
has served a previous term on our
board as Vice President and
Transportation Coordinator. She is
also the Chair of the City of
Atlanta NPU-F and past President of
the Lindridge-Martin Manor
"free" time, Jane is a Nurse
Practitioner at Piedmont Physicians
Group Kennesaw. She is married to
Geoff Clippinger and has two
daughters, Caroline & Elizabeth.
Williams is currently Director of
Finance at Public Broadcasting
Atlanta. She has held that
position for 8 years. Prior to
that she worked at Atlanta Regional
Commission in the Finance and
Transportation Demand Management
divisions. Monique received
her Bachelors of Business
Administration and Masters of
Professional Accountancy at Georgia
State University. Monique has
served in leadership capacities for
her church and sorority chapter.
She has volunteered her time and
talents for organizations like the
Muscular Dystrophy Association, AID
Atlanta and the American Cancer
is a Senior Project Manager and has
been employed with Selig
Enterprises, Inc. for 13 years. He
worked previously for several
architecture firms in the Atlanta
area. His primary responsibilities
at Selig include managing the design
and construction of new shopping
centers and mixed-used developments
and the redevelopment of existing
properties. In addition, Greg also
plays an active role in construction
matters pertaining to the leasing
and property management activities
integral to maintaining Selig's
existing real estate portfolio.
Greg has a
Master's Degree in Architecture from
The Ohio State University and a
Bachelor's Degree in Design from the
University of Florida.
is an accredited LEED professional
with his sustainability focus being
on building design and construction.
He is a graduate of the Urban Land
Institute's Center for Leadership,
Class of 2012 and a member of the
International Council of Shopping
Centers. He has been active in his
community through his volunteer
efforts with Habitat for Humanity in
addition to coaching his daughter's
softball and lacrosse teams.
SR-400/I-85 Connector Ramps
on the SR-400/I-85 connector ramps, you might
like a refresher on how the project will look
and work when completed.
This project will reconstruct the interchange of
S.R. 400/I-85 by providing connector ramps from
S.R. 400 Southbound to I-85 Northbound and from
I-85 Southbound to S.R. 400 Northbound. The
total length of the project is 0.34 miles. The
project is located entirely inside the City of
Atlanta, in Fulton County at the interchange of
S.R. 400 with I-85. The project area is bordered
by the following interchanges: along I-85,
I-85/North Druid Hills Road Interchange to the
north, the Buford Highway on and off-ramps to
the south, and the S.R. 400/Lenox Road
Interchange to the north along S.R. 400. A
pedestrian trail will be constructed from
Cheshire Bridge Road to Lenox Road, including a
bridge across the North Fork Peachtree Creek as
They are preliminarily scheduled for completion
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Matching Gift Programs Help Donors Multiply Their
grateful to have received several matching gifts in
recent months by residents and their employers.
“Matching Gift” programs exist at many companies and
are a great way to increase your own contribution to
LLCC – you donate a dollar, they donate a dollar.
Oftentimes, even companies which do not have
established matching programs remain equally eager
to participate if asked. If you’d like help
arranging a gift with your own employer, please
don’t hesitate to contact us at
Annual Meeting will be held on Tuesday evening,
December 17 at 7:00 PM at
The Colonnade Restaurant Banquet Room.
meeting, we will elect the Class of 2015 to our
Board of Directors and hear reports of the
activities of the last year. Our City of Atlanta
and DeKalb County elected officials will be on
hand as well.
presentation will be the award for Volunteer of
will be hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar.
1879 Cheshire Bridge Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30324
Most of us
want to be in a financial position to do
more for those who need our support. Our
government's tax laws offer incentives that
encourage support of the works and dreams of
organizations and institutions that are
making a difference in the world. Through
careful planning, a year-end gift can allow
you to do more for others than you may have
anticipated and still improve your own
position, both today and tomorrow.
A gift to us
provides you with a feeling of personal
demonstrates your belief in our mission. It
may also result
in a more tangible return-in the form of
desirable tax benefits.
contribution deductions on your current
return and capital gains tax savings are of
estate tax savings may also result from your
LLCC is a
qualified 501(c)(3) tax exempt public
charity corporation. Your contributions help
us to continue to improve the quality of
life in the greater LLCC community
(Lindridge-Martin Manor, LaVista Park,
Woodland Hills, Cheshire Bridge, Briar Vista
HERE to make an online Special
Contribution, or if you need more
information, contact our Treasurer at
The Lindbergh LaVista Corridor
The Lindbergh LaVista Corridor Coalition is
a 501(c)(3) public non-profit corporation
comprised of concerned residents and
businesses of Lindridge-Martin Manor,
LaVista Park, Woodland Hills, Cheshire
Bridge, Briar Vista and Zonolite. We have
completed a 30-year visionary study and now plan
to fund, adapt, and implement certain ideas from
that Blueprints for Successful Communities Study
that we determine are feasible.
Our goal is for our actions to have a positive
influence on the changes that face us, now and
in the future.
Lindbergh LaVista Corridor Coalition Inc.
1403 LaVista Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30324-3835
You have an opportunity to help us make even
more of a difference in our community.
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