abclocal.go.com -- Hundreds have joined the group since it set up camp with the city's blessing. But some city officials said with damage to the lawn, among other problems, it is time for Occupy L.A. to go. "They've made their statement. I agree with their statement, but it is time to move on. The trees are in the process of being impacted. The grass is being impacted. Other activities that we need to do on the lawns are being put on the back burner," said Councilman Bill Rosendahl.
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