This flies in the face of well established Arkansas case law that court should be conducted in public. I repeat, with slight modification, what I said about funny business in Faulkner County:Courts serve the public, not their litigants. The public record of their action is the only means of accountability we have.
Tying a tie is a very useful skill, in this video, we are shown how to tie a Double Windsor knot, a very popular knot due to its symmetry. After placing the tie around your neck, if you are a right handed person, make the thicker side the longer side on your right and pass this longer piece over the other one. Place the tie behind the other end and pull it through the hole and down, forming a small knot.
This is a very tough budget year, and nearly every department is facing cuts. The Police Department is no exception. Reduced revenue (due to COVID) compounded with contractual obligation from the previous administration to raise pay in MPD, make our job harder this year.
Well you can’t get that stuff until after closing anyways so why not keep it in your brokerage until after? It’s just going to add paperwork not just to you but everyone else involved. Unless you need that money to close then I don’t see a reason to try to bring it into the mix.Personal anecdote: I purposefully stopped any and all transactions that were not necessary 3 months before closing on my house (didn’t do any venmo transactions between friends or withdraw or deposit cash, etc. And my closing did not have a single issue come up and I didn’t really have to provide any additional paperwork since there wasn’t anything to really explain.
I am writing to ask that you do everything you can to ensure at least $400,000 be set aside for an objective and comprehensive review to be carried out by an expert and team that is qualified to take on a task of such nature, in whatever time is necessary. This is a tiny fraction compared to what we invest in police infrastructure and weaponry and while the funding comes from different sources, we all know there are sufficient funds in the contingent reserves, saved for unanticipated things throughout the year, usually used for police overtime and snow plowing and other odd things. Let’s use some of that to invest in the safest police/civilian relationship possible in the country by first having someone, with no stake in the outcome, examine the culture, policies and practices of our police department and help our community choose a path that is right for us..