Occupy MN protesters are refusing to remove their signs, contrary to Hennepin County's requests to have them removed, reported Minnesota Public Radio.
County officials said protesters did agree to moving their belongings so that the county can flush out the sprinkler system, but they refused to remove signs taped on government property, reported Minnesota Public Radio.
Fox 9 News reported that security officers have removed the signs twice, but protesters insist they aren't budging.
Minnesota Public Radio estimated 40 protesters defende the group's movements Friday, and none were ticketed or arrested.
The group plans to expand their demonstration to a home in North Minneapolis, which is currently being foreclosed upon, reported Minnesota Public Radio.