Cityhood opposition group to hold Dec. 8 fundraiser

A "No Buckhead City" yard sign distributed by the Committee for a United Atlanta.

Committee for a United Atlanta, the group advocating for Buckhead to remain a neighborhood of the city, is holding a Dec. 8 fundraiser whose hosts include many prominent business leaders and local figures.

Among many other hosts are Arthur Blank, co-founder of Home Depot and owner of the Atlanta Falcons and the Atlanta United sports teams; Steve Selig, president and chair of the real estate firm Selig Enterprises; Matt Bronfman, principal and CEO of Jamestown, the real estate company behind Ponce City Market and Buckhead Village District; Alana Shepherd, co-founder and board chair of the Shepherd Center, a renowned rehabilitation hospital in Buckhead; David Allman, founder and CEO of the real estate firm Regent Partners; Sheffield Hale, president and CEO of the Buckhead-based Atlanta History Center; and Egbert Perry, chairman and CEO of the real estate firm The Integral Group and board member of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights.

The CUA has a suggested donation of $1,000 per person to attend and will reveal its Buckhead location to those who RSVP.

The Buckhead City Committee, the group advocating cityhood, has held several fundraisers and claims to have raised around $1 million.

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