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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 [...]
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 [...]
Despite the recent jurisdictional determination made by the US Army Corps of Engineers, asserting jurisdiction over the wetlands on the Angel Oak Village project site, the Angel Oak Village stormwater application has just been approved by the State Department of Health and Environmental Control/Ocean and Coastal Resource Management. (DHEC/OCRM). Savetheangeloak.org has responded with an appeal of this [...]
BY LT. COL. JASON A. KIRK Monday, March 22, 2010 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. I want to provide an update on the Corps of Engineers’ role thus far in [...]
The 42 acres of forest slated for development had been owned by a struggling non-profit organization, Sea Island Comprehensive Health Care. Sea Island owned a nursing home, 3 medical centers, and a low-income housing complex for the elderly. Unfortunately, Sea Island Comprehensive health care has come across hard times in the past few years, and was [...]
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 [...]