This message was prepared by two participants of the Friday (10/21) meeting with the City Manager and Eugene Police Department (EPD), which started a discussion about suspending the order for arrests on Friday night and finding a viable site for Occupy Eugene.
The City Manager will be making a proposal to the City Council to permit a temporary Occupy Eugene site at Alton Baker Park (ABP) while the City and OE work to locate a permanent site. Given the fact that OE currently occupies ABP—and is not sure about our future location—OE encourages community members to show up in support of this proposal. For background on the earlier meeting between OE, the City Manager and EPD, please see this article.
Occupy Eugene has relocated to Alton Baker Park. We thank our community for their continued support, and we hope you will join us at our new location as we continue engaging in this important dialogue.
Attention all Committees: Please send contact information for who your primary and secondary point of contact for the finance committee will be to oec_finance [at] lists.riseup.net. As discussed at a previous GA, these will be the people that will be the point of contact between your committee and the finance committee for the handling of
Occupy Eugene marchers gathered at Wayne Morse Free Speech Plaza at 8th and Oak at 2 p.m. today, and began our peaceful march across the Ferry Street bridge and back at 4 p.m. Eugene Police estimated 2,000 marchers.… Because our march was so long, for a few minutes we filled the pedestrian crosswalks on both sides of the Ferry Street Bridge as passing drivers honked their support.
The occupation will be at the Park Blocks in downtown Eugene, where the Saturday Market is on 8th and Oak. Watch livestream here
The Campbell Club is holding a benefit show for Occupy Eugene this Friday! (10/14) 8pm-1am. We will have live music, speakers, sign making and a good time. The big occupation for Occupy Eugene will be the following day (Sat 10/15), so let’s all get together in solidarity for this historic moment in our country!
Important!!: If you come to the meeting and were not at the last one when we came up with hand signal communications, please review them. Consensus Hand Signals [PDF].
Date: Thursday 10/13, 5:30pm
Meeting Location: West Coast Dog and Cat Rescue, 1274 W. 7th Ave
(2nd drive on the right past Polk)
Occupy Eugene is a nonviolent movement for accountability in the United States government located in Eugene, Oregon. We will gather in solidarity with the ongoing protest in New York City, Occupy Wall Street, and the growing number of cities whose people will no longer sit back watching corporate and special interests run their government. We
On Friday, May 11, on the steps of the Lane County Courthouse at noon, Occupy Eugene’s Foreclosure Committee will hold a press conference calling on Governor John Kitzhaber and Attorney General John Kroger to declare a moratorium on all foreclosures in the state.