Fifty-three Occupy Atlanta protestors were taken into custody early Wednesday morning in Woodruff Park, nearly a day after revoking an executive clause that had allowed the protestors to camp overnight, citing safety and financial concerns.
Amid rising costs to keep law enforcement present in and around Woodruff Park, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed has urged an end to the Occupy Atlanta movement.
ATLANTA (WAOK)-Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed made it clear to Occupy Atlanta on Monday that his patience is running thin with the continued occupation of Woodruff Park. At a news conference the Mayor talked about a […]
According to the AJC.com, A mayor who said he’s been more than reasonable and protesters who say they’re undeterred by a heightened police presence faced off at City Hall today. About an hour later, police […]
ATLANTA (WAOK/AJC)-Despite fears Saturday night that protesters would be ousted, Occupy Atlanta remained camped out at Woodruff Park Sunday evening. Late Saturday evening, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed’s office denied an Occupy Atlanta leader’s assertion that […]