MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - A seven-month-old encampment run by the Occupy Madison protest group was peacefully being dismantled Tuesday. A single police officer was overseeing the removal, and a captain said the process was going well. A judge ordered that tents and other belongings had to be removed by noon Tuesday from a city-owned parking lot about a mile northeast of the State Capitol. The city agreed to let the larger temporary shelters stay on the site until Wednesday– but police said those, too, were being removed. The Occupy group wanted the city to grant them an extension to remain on the site, but officials said no – and a judge refused to force the city to extend the encampment. Up to 60 people slept at the encampment, which was established during the nationwide Occupy movement last fall. The site was eventually taken over mostly by the homeless – and Madison’s mayor called it a haven for drug abuse, assaults, and property crimes.