City attorney rejects Niblock’s request as “wholly inappropriate.”

The city attorney claims it is “wholly inappropriate” for Mr. Niblock to address the Searcy city council:

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To: oz_in_searcy@hotmail.com; blaforce@cityofsearcy.org; pmeads@cityofsearcy.org

Subject: Re: Council Agenda
From: bgibson@millargibson.com

Date: Wed, 7 Oct 2009 19:43:47 +0000

Seems to me wholly inappropriate to address the parties you are suing. What do wish to address and I will visit with my clients regarding that matter. Seems to me also far more consistent with the rules governing our profession.

Buck C. Gibson — This message was sent from a BlackBerry handheld wireless device

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From: Greg Niblock,  oz_in_searcy@hotmail.com

To: bgibson@millargibson.com
Subject: RE: Council Agenda
Date: Wed, 7 Oct 2009 20:38:04 +0000

How, then do the people seek redress of their government?

And as far as the “ethics” of the matter, there will be no questioning to elicit information, merely a statement and rational of the citizen’s concern as well as a plea for the legislative body, the city council, to consider action that the citizenry desires, additionally, you will be sitting at their side as their attorney.


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