• October 06, 2011
    By Jeff Inglis

    Conflict with city authorities is in the wings in Portland, on the sixth day of the occupation of Monument Square.

    After a cold night in their tents at Lincoln Park, the OccupyMaine folk are back drumming and holding signs in Monument Square (there is a light overnight presence in the square too, so the occupation doesn't end there, and rather has a second location at the tent colony).

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