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BY SAMANTHA J. SIEGEL Tuesday, August 16, 2011 The public certainly has their eyes on the controversial Angel Oak Village Development. We are thrilled that the Charleston County Council Finance Committee rejected the City’s proposal to buy the already protected ‘conservation area’ from the developer at their meeting Thursday night. We should all be very grateful that City [...]
Warren Peper interviews Samantha Siegel // Share|
Having lived in several states and held numerous jobs and with a college degree at least several years away, Samantha Siegel was confused about her future in the mid-1990s. But one meeting with Johns Island’s ancient Angel Oak changed everything. “I came to the Angel Oak and I was reborn,” said Siegel, now 28, who after seeing [...]
A Queen’s Prayer for the Angel Oak : Gullah/Geechee TV Nayshun Nyews with Queen Quet Ep 35 Parts 1-3Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation interviews Lorna Young Hattler, founder of “Save the Angel Oak” (www.savetheangeloak.org) on this episode. The Angel Oak is hundreds of years old and stands as the home tree of Gullah/Geechees. It is located on John’s Island, SC in the Gullah/Geechee Nation and is being threatened by destructionment. Part 1: Part [...]
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 [...]
The Angel Oak on Johns Island has been the subject of several recent articles, each focusing on how the Sea Island Planned Unit Development (Sea Island) may affect the great live oak. // Share|
Opponents sayd the battle over a development is too close for comfort to the Angel Oak Tree // Share|