A public relations representative says the city avoided confrontation with protestors by extending its deadline an extra 24 hours.
City officials said they have extended the deadline for Occupy protestors to vacate the park to Friday at noon.
A notice from the city could set up a showdown between Occupy participants and municipal officials.
Some say the city is wasting resources on the Occupy Bloomington Movement.
Members of the Occupy Bloomington movement may be displaced not by the city, but by the cold.
Bloomington's mayor says he doesn't envision a law outlawing protests like the Occupy Bloomington movement. But one city council hopeful says he's support one.
Many of the of the city's homeless wonder why protesters are allowed in the park overnight, when the homeless have been run out of the park at night for years.
Occupy Bloomington protestors say they have no plans to leave their camp in People's Park.