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LLCC Named One of
Constant Contact’s 2012 All Stars
LLCC recognized for achieving
exemplary marketing results
2012 All Star
marketing advisor to more than half
a million small organizations
worldwide. Each year, Constant
Contact bestows the All Star Award
to a select group of businesses and
nonprofits who are successfully
leveraging online marketing tools to
engage their customer base, and
drive success for their
organization. LLCC's results ranked
among the top 10% of Constant
Contact’s international customer
We are happy to be recognized by
Constant Contact for achieving
strong marketing results and
connecting with our community.
Constant Contact’s tools have helped
us in the following specific ways to
better manage constituent
relationships and engagement.
Constant Contact customers using
either the company’s Email Marketing
or EventSpot tools are eligible for
this award. Constant Contact looked
at the following criteria to select
this year’s All Stars:
Level of engagement with email
campaigns and events
Open, bounce, and click-through
Event registration rates
Use of social sharing features
Use of mailing list sign-up tools
Use of reporting tools
“We’re always delighted when small businesses and
nonprofits are successful,” said
Gail Goodman, CEO of Constant
Contact. “We’re honored to recognize
Lindbergh LaVista Corridor Coalition
Inc. as an All Star, and to be able
to shine the spotlight on its
achievements in 2012.”
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
LLCC is a 501(c)(3) public charity, and all
gifts are tax-deductible to the full extent of the
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Sunset Legislation for Cheshire Bridge
Road to be Heard at ZRB on May 9th
Alex Wan, District 6 Councilperson
I want to thank everyone for all of the feedback
that you have provided me regarding the proposed
Cheshire Bridge Road Neighborhood Commercial
(NC) districts legislation – both those that
support the effort and those that have raised
concerns about its impact. Please know that I
have been taking everything into consideration.
After careful deliberation, I have requested
that the Planning and Law Departments to submit
the following substitute legislation to the
Zoning Review Board for consideration at its
next meeting on Thursday, May 9, at 6:00 pm in
Council Chambers at City Hall:
NC-4 Substitute Legislation for ZRB
NC-5 Substitute Legislation for ZRB
There are essentially two revisions to each.
First, the legislation now applies only to adult
businesses within NC-4 and NC-5 (versus all
non-conforming uses as originally presented),
and second, the amortization period has been
extended from two to five years. It is my hope
that the amended legislation, if adopted, will
help the corridor realize as much of the vision
set forward by the original Cheshire Bridge Task
Force Study in 1999 as possible, while further
minimizing the number of businesses that would
have been negatively impacted by the legislation
as it was originally proposed.
As clarification, these new versions are
complete substitutes for the previous proposals,
which will no longer be under consideration (put
another way, these amendments are not in
addition to what was on the table before but
replace that language.)
I encourage everyone to continue participating
in the legislative process, which includes the
ZRB meeting on Thursday night where the board
will hear the application again and may render
its recommendation to Council on the proposal.
The meeting is open to the public. However,
public comment is limited to 10 minutes in
support and 10 minutes in opposition, unless the
board elects to extend that time.
Review Board Meeting
Thursday, May 9, 2013
Atlanta City Council Chambers
From there, it moves to City Council’s Zoning
Committee and then to full Council for
As always, I continue to welcome your feedback
and questions on this matter. Please contact me
at (404) 330-6049 or
email@example.com if I can be of
I appreciate the opportunity to be your voice
in our city government.
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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New Facebook Page
For some time now we have had a Facebook
Group page where you could post items of
interest or comment on other stories.
However, Facebook has decided to
"archive" our group page, for whatever
Therefore, we have established a new
"corporate" page for LLCC. This is an
open page that anyone can "Like". Be
sure to visit our new page, and "Like"
We have also linked to most of the
businesses in our community and will be
sharing their posts as well.
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