The Angel Oak, on Johns Island near Charleston, is reportedly the oldest living thing located east the Mississippi River. An automatic stay gave citizens the time to put together a settlement with developers that resulted in the 42-acre tract surrounding the tree being preserved in perpetuity.
The Angel Oak, on Johns Island near Charleston, is reportedly the oldest living thing located east the Mississippi River. An automatic stay gave citizens the time to put together a settlement with developers that resulted in the 42-acre tract surrounding the tree being preserved in perpetuity. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com
The Angel Oak, on Johns Island near Charleston, is reportedly the oldest living thing located east the Mississippi River. An automatic stay gave citizens the time to put together a settlement with developers that resulted in the 42-acre tract surrounding the tree being preserved in perpetuity. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com

Automatic stay protects public when government doesn’t

February 05, 2017 6:13 PM