Tuesday, January 17, 2023

Still More About Galvan and Savannah

Yesterday, Gossips received an email from Eric Curl, a former Savannah Morning News reporter who now writes a blog about development in Savannah called Savannah Agenda. He discovered Gossips while doing research on Galvan and thought I might be interested in a story he had published after interviewing Dan Kent: "Nonprofit's plans for Cuyler-Brownville get go ahead from city." I was, and for that reason, I have provided the link. 

The article contains some information not found in the other coverage of Galvan in Savannah. For example, in addition to giving $1 million to the Savannah Affordable Housing Fund and committing an estimated $5 million toward developing nineteen city-owned properties in the Cuyler-Brownville neighborhood, Galvan has acquired a house built in 1901, which is fire damaged and has been vacant for more than two decades, and plans for restore it.


  1. Now we know where the money not spent on Hudson property taxes is being spent -- to woo Savannah.

  2. What the left hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing.