Save The Angel Oak is ringing the alarm again in its fight against Angel Oak Village, a private development planned near the very very very old tree. The developers, their experts, and city officials have repeatedly said that the development will provide enough of a buffer to preserve the tree. Opponents have been against any development of the AOV site.

On Thursday, March 26, the developers will make a presentation to the city’s corridor review board, just as information and to receive feedback. Save the Angel Oak is telling supporters to come out, but its still not clear whether public comments will be received. I guess support in numbers might say what they want to say.

UPDATED: Comment away. Developer checks in.

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