It’s official: Occupy Wall Street has swept into suburbia. And, according to the interwebs, the movement is making its way into Lexington.
Lexington resident J.J. Krawczyk has started an Occupy Lexington Yahoo! Group called lex-occupy. And, according to Boston.com, Occupations have popped up in Natick, Needham and Netwon, as well as Lexington.
“The clearing of Dewey Square is something to pivot on and I’m getting a local e-mail group together, finally, to generate some discussion,’’ Krawczyk said in the story posted yesterday on Boston.com.
In an email to Patch, Krawczyk said he’s been busy with local issues, such as working on websites for the upcoming debt exclusion and School Committee Chairwoman Mary Ann Stewart’s re-election campaign, but the Yahoo Group is gaining critical mass.
According to the group’s description:
lex-occupy is a forum that allows Lexington residents and those with Lexington connections to connect with others in the community who are generally supportive of the Occupy movement in order to explore, debate, and plan in a constructive fashion.
So, with that in mind, we want to know, What do you think about the OWS movement's migration to the suburbs? Take our poll or let us know in the comments section below.