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From South Carolina Wildlife, March-April 1981 (written by Becky Roberts and Eugene M. McCarthy) “….the 1450 year-old Angel Oak on John’s Island was already a large tree by the time of the Crusades. According to legend, the twisted limbs of the enormous Angel Oak shaded a familiar meeting site for Indians living on John’s Island.” The Chicora Research [...]
Angel Oak Village will increase traffic on Bohicket Rd. (a SC Scenic Highway) by 8,420 two-way vehicular trips each week day. LEVEL-OF-SERVICE SUMMARY SITE ACCESS INTERSECTIONS Angel Oak Village ———————————————————————————————————————- Time 2013 BUILD MITIGATED Unsignalized Site Access Intersections Period Delay in Seconds Level of Service Site Access #1 AM 13.4 B Maybank at Sea Islands Health Care PM 14.3 B Site Access #2 AM [...]
The proposed project on the Sea Island Health Care Corporation property is considered by many residents and visitors to be incompatible with the adjacent Angel Oak Park. Concerns include irreparable harm to the Angel Oak tree due to increased wind exposure and changes to the hydrologic regime, as well as negative impacts to the quality of place at the [...]
Final Report on the Effects of Developing Angel Oak Village Prepared for Dana Beach, Coastal Conservation League by Jean Everett, PhD Department of Biology, College of Charleston Summary: The Angel Oak Village development plan, as I have thus far seen, is highly likely to cause irreparable harm to the Angel Oak, and result in the premature death of the [...]