A federal magistrate in San Jose is expected to rule later this month whether it’s legal for police to take down Occupy encampments. Although the decision is about a former Santa Cruz encampment, the ruling could have widespread implications.
Occupy San Jose protesters returned to City Hall Plaza, but the demonstrators are this time trying to skirt the city’s “no camping” ordinance by not actually sleeping in their tents.
Occupy Santa Rosa protesters Tuesday are claiming city officials have disregarded their suggestions regarding the issuance of permits for the group to continue camping on City Hall property.
The Santa Rosa City Council approved by a 5-2 vote Thursday night an urgency ordinance that allows ‘Occupy Santa Rosa’ protesters to apply for a permit to continue camping at City Hall.
Santa Rosa police will not arrest “Occupy Santa Rosa” participants if they camp out at the City Hall complex, according to a decision by city officials Saturday afternoon.
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This could be the last 4th of July for a quarter of California’s state parks as several are slated to close around this time next year as part of the budget deal.
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San Francisco is looking for new ways to combat crime and vandalism in Golden Gate Park. Proposals include stiffer penalties for trespassing and camping in the park, and closing the park entirely at night.