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.