It didn't look like anyone/anything was stirring at the Occupy Albany camp in Academy Park when I rolled by on the No. 13 bus (New Scotland Avenue) at about 5 minutes past 8 o'clock this morning, but Occupy Albany issued a press release last night.
They're concerned about the Albany police turning them out tonight, though the APL hasn't yet made any indication this would happen. They're calling for supporters to turn out by 11 PM tonight, "to demonstrate their support for the movement and for Albany's policy to this point of allowing the participants to join together and be heard."
As the State of New York wouldn't let them camp overnight in Lafayette Park, OA suggests you contact Gov. Cuomo. "Any citizens concerned by Governor Cuomo's stance regarding Occupy Albany's non-violent and respectful assembly in a City of Albany public park and wish to share their thoughts on this matter should contact the governor's office at 518-474-8390."
You can also keep up with OA on their website.
Full release after the jump.