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PLEASE attend Charleston County Council meeting and speak in support of the Lowcountry Open Land Trust’s application to receive greenbelt funds to purchase the 17-acre parcel immediately adjacent to the Angel Oak for use as a public park. We have worked so hard to save the Angel Oak and this Tuesday it is imperative that [...]
Angel Oak Development Alert: City proposes to pay more than $500,000 of public funds to private Developer.Angel Oak Development Alert: Please come to this Tuesday’s City Council meeting! Please come to the Charleston City Council meeting, tomorrow, 5pm, Tuesday, 3/22 @ Stiles Point Elementary School. 883-A Mikell Drive, Charleston, SC 29412.[Get Driving Directions] (843) 762-2767. Controversies surrounding the ancient Angel Oak will be reappearing on City Council’s agenda this Tuesday night. The agenda includes [...]
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 [...]
Thursday January 14, 2010 5:00 PM in the Third Floor Meeting room at 75 Calhoun St. (Charleston County School District Building). Developer Robert Demoura of Angel Oak Village is putting forth a proposal for preliminary approval on the Angel Oak Village Development on Thursday January 14, 2010. The board typically opens the floor to community comments on [...]
Let your voice be heard! Commercial Corridor Design Review Board Meeting to Review Revised Proposal for Angel Oak Village 5:00 PM Thursday June 25, 2009 Third Floor Meeting Room at 75 Calhoun Street Developer Robert Demoura of Angel Oak Village is putting forth another proposal for conceptual approval on the Angel Oak Village Development on Thursday June 25, 2009. [...]
Update: March 26, 2009 Please note: Commercial Corridor Design Review Board Meeting Rescheduled! Thursday April 9, 2009 at 5:00 PM Third Floor Meeting Room at 75 Calhoun St. Come voice your opinion on the latest proposed development! The revised Angel Oak Village development plan is being presented for an information only hearing to elicit board comments on the general [...]