Bethlehem postpones vote on permits for protests indefinitely

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At the request of Bethlehem Mayor Robert Donchez Tuesday, City Council postponed its vote on a proposal to require protests of as few as five people at a public park or sidewalk to obtain a permit first.

The mayor said he wants his administration to have more time to review and consider comments, many which just surfaced in recent days, and possible amendments before council takes its final vote on the special permits ordinance. The final vote on the proposal had been scheduled for Tuesday. continue reading at Morning Call….