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Post and Courier Op-Ed: “Angel Oak exemplifies Greenbelt Value”

Post and Courier Op-Ed  |  August 7, 2016
Post and Courier Op-Ed | August 7, 2016

Post and Courier Op-Ed  |  August 7, 2016

Sincere thanks to The Post and Courier for their support and recognition of the Angel Oak project and the Charleston County Greenbelt Program.

The Land Trust appreciates Charleston County Council considering additional funding for the Greenbelt Program at tomorrow’s meeting.

To see full article, click here: “Angel Oak exemplifies Greenbelt Value”

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