The City of Jackson previously granted a permit to Occupy Jackson that allowed them to publicly
As reported by the Clarion-Ledger, a procedural error resulted in the appeal not being properly placed on the agenda. Ward 2 Councilman Chokwe Lumumba asked that the Council hear the appeal as an "emergency" matter (Lumumba didn't specify what part of Occupy Jackson's little tantrum constituted an emergency). Thankfully, Ward 1 Councilman Quentin Whitwell objected to the motion. Because emergency matters require a unanimous vote, Whitwell's objection prevented the appeal from being heard. The Council rescheduled the hearing for Monday.
All of our stuff is picked up and moved out, and we clean up around it. We have our recycling bins that we use. We dump all the trash ourselves.Oh really? Well how about this pile of shit stacked up on our sidewalk:
Is this Ms. McDonald's idea of picking things up and cleaning? Tell you what Sweety, why don't you go pile all this crap on a sidewalk in Brandon (you know, where you're from)? Hint: Taking a bucket seat out of a car and using it as lawn furniture may be perfectly acceptable in Rankin County, but we consider it a bit "uncultured" over here.
The DJT is sure the Occupy Jackson Trash will be back whining and crying at the Council meeting on Monday. We appreciate Councilman Whitwell's efforts to eradicate these pests from downtown, and pray that he continues to do so.