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Another great flier by Julie A. Kramer
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NEWS

  • IMPORTANT:
    • NEW - Live Stream back up -- http://www.livestream.com/occupysandiegolivefeed
    • Please bring ready to eat food! Be creative -- simple to serve and easy to eat. This is critical that we support the hearty souls continuing to occupy the Civic Center area, despite the unreasonable rules of the city. PLEASE DELIVER to the food table at 3rd Ave at B St. -- you can park temporarily to drop this off!
      • They need snacks and other food types. You don't need to prepare a complete meal for 50, or anything like that to be appreciated!
      • Baked potatoes are a great idea, and double as hand-warmers.
      • I heard that many homeless persons that are finding themselves in a safe situation and with reliable food are starting to improve health-wise, thanks to Occupy San Diego.
    • DAYTIME OCCUPIERS WANTED! -- Daytime occupiers are as important as the brave souls sleeping on the ground at Occupy San Diego. Come on down to the Civic Center for an hour or two as often as you can. You matter--you are needed. If you wish, grab a piece of cardboard (and magic marker) and speak with your heart on it.
    • We are looking for video and or still pictures taken the night of the raid at Civic Center.
      • Please Email: osdraid10272011@yahoo.com
      • Please include your first name and last initial, and describe the vantage point where the video or picture was taken.
    • If you have been arrested, please contact Rebecca or Hasmik (rebeccatrojas@gmail.com, hasmik82@gmail.com) with the National Lawyers Guild for details about an upcoming Informational Meeting about the Post-Arrest Process this Monday, November 14th. Please note that this meeting is ONLY for those who have been arrested.

  • General Assembly
    • Plan to get notes from the general assembly -- John Kenney will post his GA notes directly to the list serve as a separate email. He said he will be able to post one each night after the GA has completed.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Unless otherwise noted, we meet daily as follows:
  • 4 pm -- Finance Committee Meeting, Downtown Johnny Brown's, Mon. thru Friday
    • Each committee should send a representative to this meeting! Budget is currently being defined.
  • 5:30 pm -- Committee meetings -- many meet at the "big circle" (the part of the plaza where there's an oldey timey map of san diego in a big circle) with very few exceptions.
  • 7pm -- General Assembly (Civic Center Plaza)

Personal Items Seized by Police at OSD
Anyone who lost property should go immediately to SDPD HQ at 14th and Broadway. Hours are 12:30 to 3pm. At the front entrance, turn right, go down the steps and follow the blue diamonds to the back door at the property room. Check in with the woman at the counter. There are still many personal belongings there, and you are allowed to look through it to see what is yours. According to the law, they must keep this property for at least three months. See Chapter 2, Article 2, Division 6 - Administrative Code, Police Department, which is quoted at the bottom of this page.

SATURDAY, 2011-11-12

  • 11:30 AM to 12:45 PM Workshop by Michael Mufson, Palomar College Performing Arts Department: "Street Theatre on the March" -- Using the consensus based theatre technique of 'The Theatre of The Oppressed' we will create a theatrical image to be presented during the1:00 march when it arrives at the Wells Fargo Bank at the corner of Market and 1st Ave. The image will portray the relationship of banks and corporations to the actual suffering of our people and the political structures that have enable them. No theatrical experience is necessary. Participants should feel free to bring any costumes or props that might be useful for demonstrating such an image. For more information see Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed http://www.ptoweb.org

  • 4:00 PM: Workshop: "Brainstorming and Documentation: San Diego Municipal Code 54.0110"

  • 4:00 PM: Middle Class women support occupy -- Women around San Diego come together to thank the brave occupiers and to say that we are part of the 99%. Women join us for a press event and rally!

SUNDAY, 2011-11-13

  • 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM: Teach in by Mark Smith: "Why Occupy Wall Street Doesn't Make Demands" -- A discussion of Prof. Robert Jensen's article, Occupy Demands: Let's Radicalize Our Analysis of Empire, Economics, Ecology. See http://fubarandgrill.org/node/1218 for the article.

  • 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM: Workshop by Aimee, James, and Jeff: "OWS List of Grievences called 'Declaration of the Occupation of New York City"

  • 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM: Teach in by Prof. Jonathan Graubart, SDSU: "Anarchism: It's Philosophy, It's Historical Evolution, and Its Continued Relevance for Social Justice"

  • 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM: Workshop by the San Diego Solidarity Network. -- Come learn how to fight back against daily abuses by employers and landlords using direct action and self organization

  • 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM: Teach in by Jeoffry B. Gordon, MD, MPH, Physicians for a National Health Care Program: "Health Care in America: Sucking Blood Money from the Ill for Profit"

  • 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM Felicity Bradley, Cecile Veillard, Michael Anderson, San Diego Alliance for Marriage Equality (SAME): "LGBT & Labor History" SAME members will be discussing lessons from and LGBT's key roles in the historic 70s Coors boycott, the local Manchester Hyatt boycott (2008 to 2010) (http://www.boycottmanchesterhotels.com/), & Channel 10 boycott (ongoing) (10NewsUnfair.com) [Tentative Time]

MONDAY, 2011-11-14

§ 54.0110 Unauthorized Enchroachments Prohibited
It is unlawful for any person to erect, place, allow to remain, construct, establish, plant, or maintain any vegetation or object on any public street, alley, sidewalk, highway, or other public property or public right-of-way, except as otherwise provided by this Code.
  • 12:00 PM: California Nurses Association is sponsoring a protest in front of Darrell Issa's office.
  • 4:30 PM: City Council Brainstorming meeting, conducted on concrete picnic tables by Martha Sullivan.

SchoolStrikeFlierNov15-396x511.jpg

TUESDAY, 2011-11-15

  • State-Wide School Strike See adjacent invite.

THURSDAY, 2011-11-17

  • 12:00 Noon -- Reinvestment Task Force (Committee Room, 12th Floor, City Hall)
    • Meeting called by City Council President Tony Young, will have all bankers that do business with the city sitting around the table, on their best behavior.
    • We are invited to engage in this meeting. We are not constrained to public comment rules.
    • Can we move millions in City money from wall-street bankers to local community banks?
  • 4:30 PM -- Occupy Clairemont Drive Bridge -- Approved by the GA 11-10-11.
    • Signs will be made here on Sunday for this action.
    • Let everyone know about this.

  • 6:30 PM reception, 7 PM program -- Occupy The News: Critiquing Occupy San Diego coverage -- on Oct. 7 and has continued outside City Hall daily since then. The local angles of this global story have occupied Twitter, TV, newspapers and the Internet for weeks, involving arrests, business closures, crackdowns on camping in the area. We explore how the coverage has unfolded and discuss the story’s practical and ethical issues.
    • Where: Inside the San Diego Concourse, 202 C Street.
    • Panelists: Samuel Hodgson, Voice of San Diego photojournalist; Carlos R. Davalos, The (Chula Vista) Star-News executive editor; Frank Gormlie, occupier and editor of the OB Rag; Lorena Gonzalez, occupier and secretary-treasurer of the San Diego-Imperial Counties Labor Council; Mike Garcia; occupier who is serving as the movement’s city liaison
    • Moderator: Matthew T. Hall, San Diego Union-Tribune reporter
    • Join us in critiquing the coverage. Follow us on Twitter at @OccupyCoverage for related news before the event and follow the account for live tweets during the discussion.


Occupy San Diego County


National Coordination


GOOD NEIGHBOR POLICY
To allow for a respectful and safe environment for our Occupy family, Occupy San Diego announces the following Good Neighbor Policy (similar to that adopted by Occupy Wall Street):
  • Zero tolerance for drugs or alcohol anywhere in the occupied space in Civic Center Plaza;
  • Zero tolerance for threats or acts of physical or sexual violence towards anyone;
  • Zero tolerance for abuse of personal or public property.
  • OSD will limit drumming on the site to between the hours of 11am and 5pm only.
  • OSD encourages all participants to respect health and sanitary regulations, and will direct all participants to respectfully utilize appropriate off-site sanitary facilities.
  • OSD will display signage and will try to have safety and/or community relations mediators in Civic Center, in order to ensure awareness of and respect for our guidelines and Good Neighbor Policy.
  • OSD will at all times have a community relations mediator on-site (to be appointed each day), to monitor and respond to community concerns and complaints.

Chapter 2, Article 2, Division 6 - Administrative Code, Police Department

SS 22.0603 - Disposal of Unclaimed Property

Any unclaimed property, including unclaimed bicycles, shall be held in the possession of the Police Department of The City of San Diego for a period of at least three (3) months, and may be sold thereafter at a public auction to the highest bidder, under and pursuant to Section 2080.4 of the Civil Code of the State of California. Notice of such sale shall be given by the Chief of Police at least five days before the time fixed.therefore by publication once in a newspaper of general circulation in the County of San Diego. Any unclaimed property remaining unsold thereafter may be retained by the City for public purposes, may be reoffered for sale at subsequent auction, or may be destroyed if further retention is uneconomical. (Amended 10-16-1989 by 0-17359 N.S.)

Section 2080.4 of the CA Civil Code:

2080.4. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 2080.3 or Section 2080.6, the legislative body of any city, city and county, or county may provide by ordinance for the care, restitution, sale or destruction of unclaimed property in the possession of the police department of such city or city and county or of the sheriff of such county. Any city, city and county, or county adopting such an ordinance shall provide therein (1) that such unclaimed property shall be held by the police department or sheriff for a period of at

least three months, and (2) that thereafter such property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, with notice of such sale being given by the chief of police or sheriff at least five days before the time fixed therefor by publication once in a newspaper of general circulation published in the county, or that thereafter such property will be transferred to the local government purchasing and stores agency or other similar agency for sale to the public at public auction. If such property is transferred to a county purchasing agent it may be sold in the manner provided by Article 7

(commencing with Section 25500) of Chapter 5 of Part 2 of Division 2 of Title 3 of the Government Code for the sale of surplus personal property. If property is transferred to the local government purchasing and stores agency or other similar agency pursuant to this section, such property shall not be redeemable by the owner or other person entitled to possession. If the local government purchasing and stores agency or other similar agency determines that any such property transferred to it for sale is needed for a public use, such property may be retained by the agency and need not be sold.

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