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You can make a big difference in just 5 minutes. That’s all it takes to learn the issues and send a letter, fax or email to the City of Charleston. 1) Go to http://capwiz.com/scccl/issues/alert/?alertid=57055911 and click on all the discussion points you want added to your letter to the City of Charleston. (you will also get a [...]
The TreeSpirit Project and Save The Angel Oak team up to offer a special evening of art and activism at the Terrace Theater on November 3, 2011 at 7pm. View the Charleston-based segment filmed at the Angel Oak last May—which made Charleston TV news headlines. That event brought naked people to pose with the ancient Angel Oak to [...]
This meeting will affect the Angel Oak Village Development 3/10, 5pm, Charleston A public meeting that will affect the Angel Oak Village Development! We need strength in numbers–please plan to attend. The City of Charleston CCDRB meeting will be held at 5:00 p.m., on THURSDAY March 10 in the Meeting Room, Third Floor at 75 Calhoun St (Charleston [...]
Don’t bypass Design Board Tuesday, November 16, 2010 When other cities were tearing down aging inner-city buildings and erecting towering new ones, Charleston resisted. It often was more difficult to adapt old buildings for new uses, but Charleston continues to prosper because of those extra efforts. Similarly, since 1999, Charleston has benefited from the work of the [...]
Speak out onbid to changezoning rules BY SAMANTHA J. SIEGEL Tuesday, November 16, 2010 On Wednesday, the city of Charleston Planning Commission will host a public meeting on a proposed amendment to the city’s Zoning Ordinance that will affect development in Charleston forever. The ordinance would give developers a chance to move through the permit process [...]
On Wednesday, November 17, The City of Charleston Planning Commission will host a public meeting that will present an amendment to the City’s Zoning Ordinance that will affect the Angel Oak Village Development. The proposed ordinance would give developers a chance to move through the permit process faster by changing the role of the Commercial [...]
*SAVE THE Angel Oak–URGENT—PUBLIC COMMENTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 12pm ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 14TH* UPDATE: The original Notice should have clarified the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control will receive comments until 12 O’clock Noon July 29, 2010. SAC-2009-1403-SIR_Charleston_Revised WE HAVE A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO REQUEST A PUBLIC MEETING ABOUT THE DISTURBANCE OF THE WETLANDS ON THE ANGEL [...]
http://johnskiawahseabrook.live5news.com/content/haut-gap-host-environmental-summit On May 21st, students from Haut Gap Advanced Science Magnet School on Johns Island will be “Chillin’ on the Green” as they host an environmental summit at the brand new school building. The event will bring together developers and environmental groups from around the Lowcountry to debate development close to the Angel Oak site. From 9 [...]
Donations needed for Angel Oak Exhibit: GIVE your old cloths and scrap fabrics a NEW EXPERIENCE Donate your cloths, textiles and fabrics for a new exhibit, the tree of life, at the Children’s Museum of Lowcountry. This new exhibit is part of the Museum’s new artist-in-residency program. About the exhibit The tree of life (working title), will be [...]