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Post and Courier Covers Angel Oak Opportunity

 

Photo by Ashley Warnock
Photo by Ashley Warnock

The Lowcountry Open Land Trust has the opportunity to protect an iconic Lowcountry natural resource, enhance water quality and wetlands along Bohicket Creek, provide scenic open space and provide an important buffer to the Angel Oak. The Land Trust is that pleased Greenbelt and County Council Finance Committee recommend partial funding for the purchase of 17 acres adjacent to the Angel Oak yesterday.  Final approval from County Council is scheduled for Tuesday night and we would welcome your support at that meeting if you can come.Please attend the meeting and express your support for this application. Public comment starts at 6:30 pm, and the council meeting starts at 7 pm.

Tuesday, July 16th
6:30 pm
Public Services Building, Council Chambers
4045 Bridge View Drive
North Charleston, 29405

Click here to read the Post and Courier coverage of the story!

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