Adopt-a-Highway Litter Pickup

Adopt-a-Highway Litter Pickup
Cheshire Bridge Road Event!

18 April 2009

The LLCC's Adopt-a-Highway Program is participating in the national "Great American Cleanup" on Saturday, April 18th with an organized effort to pick up litter along Cheshire Bridge Road. Our local Keep DeKalb Beautiful organization is donating supplies, t-shirts and helping to organize the event. Whole Foods Market-Briarcliff has graciously agreed to provide a meeting place before the event and lunch afterwards where you can learn about new ways to build a stronger community and keep our neighborhoods clean.&nb sp;

Schedule of Events - Cheshire Bridge Road Pickup, April 18th:

* 9:30 am - 10:00 am: Meet at Whole Foods Market Briarcliff (2111 Briarcliff Road NE)
* 10:00 am -12:00 pm: Split into teams and pick up litter along Cheshire Bridge Road
* 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm: Lunch at Whole Foods Market-Briarcliff - FREE for all volunteers!

Now all we need are volunteers! If you're interested in volunteering or being a team captain* please contact Sarah Hailey at or 404.520.6693.
*Team Captains will need to be able to meet at Whole Foods at 9:00 am and have an SUV or vehicle large enough to shuttle volunteers to 1 of 3 different zones along Cheshire Bridge Road.

Call or email Sarah for more details.

Dump it Right for EARTH DAY

By Jeff Rader:

Apr 18, 2009
9:00 AM To 1:00 PM

This April, Green Starts Here, our Dump-It-Right for Earth Day event will give residents a free opportunity to get rid of items that normally require a disposal fee. All clothing will be donated to the Atlanta Alliance on Developmental Disabilities (AADD), a non-profit organization. Cartridge World, a local print supply recycling company, will be on site to collect ink and laser print cartridges. Blue Rhino, the nation’s leading tank exchange company, will also collect empty propane tanks.

Got tires? Keep DeKalb Beautiful will also be accepting used tires during “Dump it Right Day.” Keep DeKalb Beautiful is focused on increasing recycling efforts of tires, which will preserve natural resources. Individuals are limited to10 tires per car load. Off-road tires will not be accepted.

Additional items collected will include scrap metal, and “junk” that are typically illegally dumped.


Appliances Gently Used Clothing
Ink and Laser Print Cartridges Scrap Metal
Furniture Gardening Equipment
Mattresses Propane Tanks (must be empty)

We will not be accepting electronics, home building and/or construction materials, landscaping materials, household hazardous waste such as paint, batteries, pesticides, and used motor oil.

For more information on what will be accepted, please call Keep DeKalb Beautiful at (404) 371-2654 or visit our website at

LLCC Adopt-a-Highway Program Changes Focus for April

Title: LLCC Adopt-a-Highway Program Changes Focus for April
Description: The Lindbergh LaVista Corridor Coalition will be participating in the national "Great American Clean-Up" this year with an organized effort to pick up trash along Cheshire Bridge Road.

Whether you love or hate this eclectic part of our city, the storefronts could definitely use some TLC from our residents. So with the help of Whole Foods Market-Briarcliff providing a meeting place and free lunch afterwards and our local Keep DeKalb Beautiful organization donating supplies, we hope to make this event a huge success. Now all we need are volunteers! If you're interested in helping, please contact Sarah Hailey at

The Cheshire Bridge "Pick-Up" will be held from 9:30 am - 12:00 pm on Saturday, April 18. Please note that this litter pick up with be in lieu of our April Adopt-A-Highway event.
Start Time: 9:30
Date: 2009-04-18
End Time: 12:00

Public Safety Meeting Follow Up – Important Information!

By Jeff Rader

Commissioner Jeff Rader along with dedicated county public safety officers hosted a public safety community meeting at Peachtree Baptist Church on Monday, March 23rd in response to the recent brutal attack of a jogger on nearby Southland Vista Court. Over one hundred citizens came to hear from Deputy Chief G.R. Horner and Captain T. F. Lane, Sergeant S. Henry, MPO J. A. Obester, Detective Sergeant Fonseca, and public education specialist Janeane Hightower, Neighborhood Watch Program. Chief Assistant Solicitor-General Nicole Marchand was also in attendance. Read More

WHNA Membership Drive, Volunteers Needed

By WHNA president, Brad Grulke

I wanted to make you aware that we are doing our first annual membership drive this spring. Throughout the last few years we have had many people join the Woodland Hills Neighborhood Association. However, in order to make this association what it can be, we need more members and for our existing members to renew their membership.
The membership drive will run during April and May, culminating in a Neighborhood BBQ on Saturday May 16th. One of the main goals of our association is to become more of a community. Read More