Now that Occupy Delaware won the right to set up tents on Spencer Plaza the group is calling for a rally there on Saturday.
The ACLU challenged the city of Wilmington’s claim that tents would create a security concern and that the city had the right to charge a fee for its use.
Vice Chancellor Sam Glasscock ruled against the city on both counts. The city of Wilmington then negotiated a settlement, which allowed for tents on a portion of the property. It also left right of way lanes through the plaza. The judge did require a $200 unsecured bond.
Now some members of the group are calling for a march through Wilmington on Saturday. It was a week ago that Occupy Delaware started its first march, which ended in an overnight camp out at the state owned Fletcher Brown Park.