Occupy Chapel Hill/Carrboro Protest of Yates Arrests


Monday, November 21, 2011 - 6:00pm


CH Police Headquarters & CH Town Hall

New press release from Occupy Chapel Hill/Carrboro:

(Chapel Hill, North Carolina) (November 21, 2011) --  On Monday, November 21st, Occupy Chapel Hill/Carrboro will not be holding its regular 6pm General Assembly at Peace and Justice Plaza on Franklin Street.  Instead, we are coming together for a peaceful protest and march in opposition to the repression of, and excessive show of force against, the occupation of 419 W Franklin St.  

The protest will commence at 6pm, at Chapel Hill Police Headquarters, and after peacefully demonstrating there, we will walk to Town Hall to participate in the 7pm Town Council Meeting.



Between this and several other big issues on the agenda, tonight's Town Council meeting is going to be a doozy! I can't be there in person, may try to watch on TV... 

Is the meeting being streamed online?  I can't find it on the town's website- only the agenda (a document).  Can anyone provide a link to the live stream?

Should be available here when the meeting begins:http://townofchapelhill.org/index.aspx?page=958  Follow me on Twitter @MayorMarkK or on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/groups/91222152476?ap=1 or http://www.facebook.com/mark.kleinschmidt

thank you mr. mayor.

I'm at home watching on television and we see the video but not the audio.  

Sure, Terri, and it's a nice segue to my observations from Monday's Council session. A day later and I have not had time to review the Council meeting's video.In brief, I defered my citizen's comment for a later date. If you are referencing the recess which took place around the time of your post, I was in the overflow room with the vending machines. About 1/3 of council came to the room until Council Chamber cleared. Better yet...let me watch the video and return for comment. I left around 20:30 in favor of watching the rest of the meeting from home. At the very least, your prompt  encouraged a response from an attendee of Monday's [Nov.21st] meeting. 


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