Occupy SF's time on Justin Herman Plaza is quickly coming to an end as city officials warned the group it has until noon today to voluntarily pack up its tents and leave the plaza where protesters have been camped out for nearly two months.
As the Examiner reports this morning, Mohammed Nuru, director of the Department of Public Works, delivered the eviction notice to squatters last night. “I have to tell you that time is short, and we don't want tents on this property as of noon tomorrow,” Nuru told unhappy protesters.
What he didn't say is what would happen come 12:30 p.m. today if squatters were still there. Although he didn't really have to — protesters were prepping for police to storm the camp.