December 11, 2015

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Post & Courier: Johns Island live oak slated for ‘execution’

Friday, December 11, 2015

Johns Island live oak slated for ‘execution’ By Diane Knich The Post and Courier December, 11 2015 Johns Island — The state Department of Transportation plans to cut down a live oak Monday on River Road, but local residents, an environmental group and Charleston Mayor Joe Riley are fighting for the tree’s life. Jim Rozier, chairman of the DOT Commission, said the tree, which sits across the street from the entrance to Fenwick Hall near the intersection…

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