Don’t let Charleston’s greatest natural treasure become
the center piece for a housing project.
You can call or write with your concern and or comments.
Mayor Joseph P. Riley, Jr.
Charleston, SC 29402
firstname.lastname@example.org – CONTACT THE MAYOR DIRECTLY THROUGH OUR SITE
Ocean and Coastal Resource Management
1362 Mc Millan Ave. Suite 400
Charleston, SC 29405
You can donate to keep this campaign going.
Donations are currently accepted through the Coastal Conservation League to fund an appraisal of the land involved in phase 2, and eventually go towards buying the land, legal fees and other efforts to save the Angel Oak.
Fund an appraisal of the land
Checks can be sent to:
Coastal Consevation League-Angel Oak Project
328 East Bay Street
Charleston, SC 29401
*make sure you include Angel Oak Project in your note/on the check
You can sign the online petition
The online petition is hosted by the Care2-Petitionsite.com
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Perhaps the single most effective thing you can do is to write letters to the Post & Courier.
Our voices have so much impact, and, by creating a public record of disapproval, we are informing others of this important issue. Youare creating awareness. Mass public outcry in the form of a STEADY STREAM OF LETTERS TO THE EDITOR is hard for public officials to ignore.
Email your letter to email@example.com or send it to: 134 Columbus Street, Charleston, SC 29403.
*You must include your full name and contact information so they can verify who you are; otherwise they will not be able to print it*