Lindbergh LaVista Corridor Coalition

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Basic Business Members
Selig Enterprises
Tucker Mott
The Colonnade
Whole Foods Market Briarcliff Ursula's Cooking School
Regions Bank Halpern Enterprises 
Salad Express - LaVista Ghion Cultural Hall
Nakato's Nino's
Alfredo's Italian Restaurant Barking Hound Village
Constant Love LLC Roxx Tavern
Caroline Budd
Picture Framing
Ayers Plumbing
Atlanta Soto Zen Center  

Neighborhood Associations
Cheshire Place Condominium

LaVista Park Civic Associaiton

Lindridge Martin Manor

Woodland Hills Neighborhood Association

Updated May 26, 2015

Fiscal Partners Program

In 2008, LLCC established the Fiscal Partners Program to support community efforts to develop and improve the livability of the community. Through this program, LLCC accepts tax deductible contributions on behalf of neighborhood partners who are making improvements to their neighborhoods, freeing them from the hassle of having to get a 501(c)(3) nonprofit tax status.

Our Board of Directors has recently done a re-evaluation of this program, and has adopted many changes. To learn more, click HERE.

LLCC is a 501(c)(3) public charity, and all gifts are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.

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Matching Gift Programs Help Donors Multiply Their Own Giving


We’re 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

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Clifton Corridor

Below are links to some project information that may be helpful.

Maps of two alternatives:  

FAQ : Click HERE

For the latest news regarding the Clifton Corridor project please visit the MARTA website.

Update (May 2015) on Proposed Clifton Corridor MARTA Line

In December 2014, MARTA entered Phase II of their Environmental Impact Study (EIS) of the proposed Clifton Corridor light rail line, which would travel between the Lindbergh MARTA station, terminating at the Avondale MARTA station.  This federally required process is estimated to take 2-3 years to complete. The segment that would travel through both the Woodland Hills and Lindridge Martin Manor neighborhoods would run adjacent to the commercial freight CSX rail. 

To date MARTA has and will continue to be responsible for public outreach and engagement. In order to enhance the quality and effectiveness of our community’s input, LLCC has again hired Heather Alhadeff with Center Forward to provide technical and advisory services to the LLCC community during this year’s process. LLCC has conducted one meeting and one walk-about thus far.  The first LLCC meeting was hosted in the Woodland Hills neighborhood during which Ms. Alhadeff fielded questions from neighbors and recorded comments and concerns, which will be formally summarized and presented to MARTA as the study process continues. One key next step identified in that meeting was to help the LLCC community better understand and visualize the distance from people’s yards to the CSX rail lines.  On May 2, 2015, LLCC hosted a walkabout with MARTA staff and consultants.  At this site visit, MARTA officials staked out various right-of-way (ROW) scenarios to provide direct visual understanding of potential property impacts.  MARTA also answered neighbor’s questions and provided written information to those in attendance. CSX has indicated to MARTA that they are not open to any shared ROW arrangements in this rail corridor.  Both a deep bore tunnel option as well as an at-grade option are included in this EIS.  Now, also under consideration, at the request of LLCC, is a shallow grade tunnel option that MARTA has agreed to further analyze.

Other Project Info:

At the beginning of the EIS Phase II process, MARTA held scoping meetings with the community at the end of 2014. The LLCC formally provided edits to MARTA’s draft Scoping Document for inclusion in the federal study process. Click HERE to see the document submitted.

To learn more about the project and to get the most up to date information please visit the MARTA website.

LLCC appreciates MARTA’s willingness to engage and work with us and our consultant during this process. It has already led to effective discourse and consideration of project improvements that would not only help riders interested in traveling from endpoint to endpoint, but also those communities and riders that live and work between project endpoints.

Blueprints Review


The LLCC Board of Directors has asked the Georgia Conservancy to conduct a review and update of our Blueprints for Successful Communities Study from 2008.


The original $50,000 study was conducted by the Georgia Conservancy in conjunction with the Urban Design Studio of the Georgia Institute of Technology. This review will be conducted by the Georgia Conservancy with the aid of University of Georgia College of Environment + Design.


The purpose of this review is to take a closer look at the original study to assess what recommendations have already been implemented and to determine if there are changes that need to be made in the recommendations, based on current-day realities.


This review will take place during the early months of 2015 and will involve several community charrettes.


Look for more information in the coming weeks.

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Great Nonprofits Award

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