Atlantic City police union president camping out in the office

    Occupy Atlantic City Police Union Headquarters doesn’t exactly flow, but might be fitting.

    PBA President Dave Davidson Jr. spent the night in the office yesterday after the city changed the locks to the building. As the Press of Atlantic City explains, the city gave the union permission to use a Chelsea Heights building as long as the space was available.

    The union likes the new plans the city has for space, but isn’t keen on the letter it received in August telling members to leave by Aug. 24. Davidson is waiting to hear back from the city about whether Dec. 1 is an acceptable timeline for leaving — when the union’s new rental space is available.

    Davidson won’t leave the building until there’s a deal and he has the new keys.

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