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Why are they clearing the wooded area across from Temple Baptist Church Activity Center on George Anderson Drive?

Julian March
StarNews
This area near George Anderson Drive and South 17th Street is being cleared. StarNews photo by Si Cantwell.

This area near George Anderson Drive and South 17th Street is being cleared of underbrush, but the trees remain. StarNews photo by Si Cantwell.

 

The property in question is part of the Barclay West development, a massive mixed-use project planned for 300 acres along South 17th Street. The land is owned by Cameron Properties Limited Partnership.

Hill Rogers, the broker-in-charge at Cameron Management, is the agent for Cameron Properties.

Rogers said the work will clear underbrush so that developers can accurately survey and engineer the site. Crews will also remove dead material from last year’s forest fire in the area, Rogers said.

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