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The city of Fort Smith has announced that the flags that flew at Riverfront Park will soon be replaced by flags of the branches of the military along with the American flag.
Attorney Joey McCutchen disagrees with the decision and would like the city to put back up the original flags with their brass plaques.
To learn more: https://www.swtimes.com/story/news/2021/06/02/city-boss-says-military-branch-flags-fly-fort-smith-riverfront-park/5289992001/
City Administrator: Flags of U.S. military branches to fly at Fort Smith Riverfront Park Flags representing the five branches of the military have been chosen by the city administrator to fly at Riverfront Park.
Attorney Joey McCutchen, who represents two Arkansas chapters of Confederate heritage groups, told Carpenter on Wednesday that he plans to seek an injunction if the city does not return three markers that were removed from the vicinity of the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History last summer.
Confederate markers' removal stands, Little Rock replies Little Rock City Attorney Tom Carpenter pushed back on a demand from a Fort Smith attorney this week that Confederate markers be returned to the area of MacArthur Park, according to an email exchange.
Fort Smith attorney, Joey McCutchen, on Wednesday said he intends to file a lawsuit against the city of Little Rock over the removal of three markers commemorating the Confederacy if the markers aren't returned to where they stood in the vicinity of the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History.
Confederate markers’ removal draws threat of lawsuit A Fort Smith attorney on Wednesday said he intends to file a lawsuit against the city of Little Rock over the removal of three markers commemorating the Confederacy if the markers aren't returned to where they stood in the vicinity of the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History.
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The Arkansas Association of Counties (AAC) has drafted another bill this session that, if approved would gut the FOIA.
To learn more about Senate Bill 567 read here: https://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2021/mar/28/under-attack/
OPINION | MIKE MASTERSON: Under attack They're baaaack, fellow citizens. Those political persuaders clad in tailored suits and shiny shoes continue to gnaw away at our state's vaunted Freedom of Information Act.
Attorney Joey McCutchen has for years fought for the very important FOIA against the city of Fort Smith.
"The City of Fort Smith spent over $100,000 in McCutchen v. City of Fort Smith in taxpayer money on attorney fees trying to have FOIA declared unconstitutional because the term 'meeting' was not defined," he said.
"And in City of Fort Smith v. Wade, the city of Fort Smith unsuccessfully argued that a meeting could not be held by email," McCutchen added. "The Legislature needs to define the term meeting in clear terms because, as the law currently stands, it is unclear and requires either legislation or more protracted and costly litigation to define."
To learn more about the fight for the FOIA, read the article below:
OPINION | MASTERSON ONLINE: Hollowing out our FOIA Most citizens aren't aware our state's once nationally respected Freedom of Information Act of 1967 has dwindled to a mere shadow of its original self.
Attorney Joey McCutchen has been an advisor on this Senate Bill 208. See how the bill, if passed, could affect public meetings in Fort Smith and the State of Arkansas.
How Senate Bill 208 could affect public meetings in Arkansas The bill would lower the number of city directors required to constitute a "meeting," going against the Arkansas Supreme Court's 2019 decision...
Oil and gas companies and their subcontractors are responsible for making their work sites as safe as possible. Injured workers have rights, and depending on the circumstances of your accident or injury, you may be entitled to more than just workers’ compensation. Learn more at https://www.mccutchenlawfirm.com/practice-areas/oil-gas-field-accidents/
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[01/27/21] If you were injured in an accident caused by a drunk driver, a Fort Smith attorney can help you hold the driver accountable and fight for the full compensation you deserve. Learn more at https://www.mccutchenlawfirm.com/practice-areas/car-accidents/drunk-driving-accidents/
Starting on December 31st, the citizens of Sebastian County took on less of a tax burden.
This is due to the Citizens Against Unfair Taxation, and Chairman Joey McCutchen, fighting the extension of a sales tax that went to University of Arkansas at Fort Smith.
“This wasn’t a referendum on the importance of UAFS. We know it is important to the community, and it still will be. It’s a first-rate university, but it’s time for the state to step up,” - Joey McCutchen
swtimes.ar.newsmemory.com In Sebastian County, two taxes gained arguably just as much attention as the decision over who will be in the White House come Jan. 20.
As you struggle to recover from the injuries you sustained in your accident, the financial burden associated with that process of recovery can be a lot to bear. Learn how we may be able to help you at https://www.mccutchenlawfirm.com/practice-areas/car-accidents/
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The National Register of Historic Places has approved maintaining the Confederate monument’s historic designation as the statue heads to its new home at James H. Berry Park.
“The United Daughters of the Confederacy is very pleased by the announcement and approval by the National Park Service to keep the monument listed on the National Register of Historic Places during the transition to the world-class James H. Berry Park,” McCutchen said in the release. “We look forward to receiving final approval when the monument is relocated in the near future.”
ao.pressreader.com BENTONVILLE — The National Register of Historic Places has approved maintaining the Confederate monument’s historic designation as the statue heads its new home at James H. Berry Park, according to a news release. The Confederate statue stood on the...
If you or a family member was injured because of a defective product, do not let the responsible party victimize you again. Learn how our lawyers may be able to assist you at https://www.mccutchenlawfirm.com/practice-areas/defective-products/
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This year the Salvation Army will not have bell ringers due to COVID-19. To help serve the most vulnerable in our community, we had The Salvation Army Drive and Drop on Friday at McCutchen, Sexton, Napurano. Thank you to everyone that came by and donated!
On Tuesday, the citizens of Fort Smith voted against a sales tax that funded the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith, and now the university is weighing other funding options.
Attorney Joey McCutchen believes the citizens of Fort Smith have done their part in funding the University for long enough, "I think also that this tax is unfair in the sense that UA-Fayetteville, UAPB [University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff], UALR [University of Arkansas at Little Rock] are all funded with state dollars and don't have local sales tax. The people of Fort Smith have been more than generous over the last 19 years with their tax dollars. We've built a first-rate university. This tax was never intended to be permanent, which, in effect, it would be had this tax have passed, and it's time to move on."
arkansasonline.com The University of Arkansas at Fort Smith is reevaluating after voters rejected extending a 0.25% Sebastian County sales tax during a special election Tuesday.
A $0.25 county tax extension that supported The University of Arkansas - Fort Smith failed to pass on the ballot Tuesday night.
“We’re pleased with those results,” Citizens Against Unfair Taxes Chairman Joey McCutchen of Fort Smith said. “The citizens are sick and tired of having some of the highest sales tax rates in the country, which are regressive and fall on the backs of families and elderly folks.”
talkbusiness.net Sebastian County voters said no to a proposed Sebastian county-wide ¼ cent sales tax to support the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith in Tuesday’s (Nov. 3) general election. Unofficial...
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If you’ve been injured by an aggressive animal, a lawyer who understands Arkansas dog bite laws is essential to a successful claim.
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The Salvation Army is having their first ever Virtual Red Kettle Ball on November 5th 2020. The online event will held be at two times: 12 noon and at 6:30 PM. This event is to help ensure that even during a pandemic, The Salvation Army gets the funds they need to feed families, provide safe refuge and provide hope to the families in our community that have been impacted by poverty.
For instructions on how to join the Virtual Red Kettle Ball and to learn more about it, please go to this link: https://www.salvationarmyfs.org/
Additionally, on November 6th from 8 AM to 5 PM, McCutchen Sexton & Napurano's Fort Smith office will be a drop off location for Kettle Bell donations.
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Workers are guaranteed certain rights and protections by law. If you have been hurt on the job, you may be eligible to recover money for your injuries, even if you were partly responsible for the accident. Learn more at https://www.mccutchenlawfirm.com/practice-areas/workplace-accidents/
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Traumatic brain injuries can leave people with lasting physical and financial burdens. If someone else is responsible for your injury, learn how our lawyers can support you: https://www.mccutchenlawfirm.com/practice-areas/brain-injuries/
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We have announced the winners of our Distracted Driving Awareness Poster contest!
Congratulations to our first-place winners,
- Kelly Faitala at Fairview Elementary
- Genesis Rosales at Immaculate Conception Elementary
- Micky Gutierrez at Euper Lane Elementary
- Dylan Beshear at Tilles Elementary and
- Zayle Harvin at Cavanaugh Elementary
See their work here: https://www.swtimes.com/news/20200603/distracted-driving-message-contest-winners-announced
swtimes.com Winners of the annual Distracted Driving Awareness poster contest were recently announced by McCutchen, Sexton & Napurano - The Law Firm in Fort Smith.The
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Congratulations to this year's elementary school distracted driving drawing contest winners. Look for your beautiful work on local billboards. Together, we can create a safer place to live!
Immaculate Conception – Genesis, Fairview – Kelly, Cavanaugh – Zayle, Tilles – Dylan and Euper Lane – Mickey
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are complicated and often lead to a difficult new reality for victims. If you or someone you love is coping with a TBI, we want to help: https://www.mccutchenbuckley.com/practice-areas/brain-injuries/
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