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Board of Directors: 
 
Adam Dotson, Chair
City of Oak Forest
 
Mark Miller, Vice Chair
City of Blue Island
 
Hildy Kingma, Secretary/Treasurer
Village of Park Forest
 
Edward W. Paesel,
Board Member
South Suburban Mayors and Managers Association
 
Calvin Holmes, Board Member
Chicago Community Loan Fund
 
Dan Klaff, Board Member
Applegate, Thorne-Thomsen
 
Robin Snyderman,
Board Member
Brick Partners, LLC
 
Mayor Richard Reinbold,
Board Member
Village of Richton Park
 
Mayor David Hanks,
Board Member
Village of Sauk Village
 
Trustee Donald Killelea,
Board Member
Village of Midlothian
 
Mayor Vernard Alsberry, Jr.,
Board Member
Village of Hazel Crest
 
Keith Freeman, Board Member
Village of Phoenix
 
Executive Director:
Russell Rydin

MISSION STATEMENT:

The South Suburban Land Bank and Development Authority will facilitate the redevelopment of acquired properties through strategic partnerships with developers, community organizations, lenders, and local governments to improve quality of life, stabilize the tax base, and enhance economic activities that promote sustainable, healthy, and stable communities in a manner consistent with local government plans and priorities.

 

Available Properties (click on Properties & Projects link to the right for photos):

  • 406 Suwanee, Park Forest IL (two bedroom single family home)
  • 2336 Union St. #1, Blue Island IL (one bedroom condo - downtown Blue Island across from the Hospital)
  • 130 Warwick, Park Forest (vacant residential lot)

Contact us for more information: russellrydin@sslbda.org

 

SSLBDA Member Communities:

  • Blue Island
  • Hazel Crest
  • Midlothian
  • Oak Forest
  • Park Forest
  • Phoenix
  • Richton Park
  • Sauk Village

 

Our next Board meeting will be April 21, 2014 at 3 pm at

1904 West 174th Street, East Hazel Crest, Illinois

 

 

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The SSLBDA was made possible by a Department of Housing and Urban Development Sustainable Communities Grant to the South Suburban Mayors and Managers Association (SSMMA), and with ongoing support from the Illinois Attorney General's Bank Foreclosure Settlement and the JP Morgan Chase Foundation.