Occupy Asheville prepares for City Council meeting

Naomi Archer, one of the Occupy Asheville protesters, speaks at a press conference held in City-County Plaza. Occupy Asheville opposes three proposed city ordinances that would ban camping, storage and enclosed structures on city property. City Council will vote on the ordinances at tonight’s meeting, Dec. 13.


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One thought on “Occupy Asheville prepares for City Council meeting

  1. Dionysis

    Just promise City Council that the Occupy movement will agree to wear clothing with U.S. Cellular logos on them, and maybe carry a few sandwich boards with their advertising and Council will probably build permanent structures for the Occupy group, plus deliver coffee and donuts each morning.

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