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LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- It looks as if Occupy Louisville protesters won't get their day in court on Thursday.
Protesters filed a lawsuit to keep the city from evicting them and their tents from Founder's Square, but a judge moved that suit to federal court.
The group is still working to reach a deal with the city. The Department of Codes and Regulations met Thursday morning. It's asking Occupy organizers to make applications for where they want to be, along with specific numbers of campers and tents.
Jim Mims, the Director of Codes and Regulations, says, "That's what we're going to try to access. Is this little park adequate enough for their event, or are there other places that may be more accommodating, not only in terms of Louisville and also in terms of restoring this park."
The city wants to ban tents and make it a daytime-only demonstration. Occupy members believe that infringes on their rights to free speech and assembly.