“As a conservative Republican, my goal in office is to keep our taxes low and county costs in line,” Cutler said. “We must be fiscally responsible and grow Catoosa County in a responsible manner. With that in mind, I am proud of the fact that in my first term in office we have had no property tax increase for Catoosa County.”
Cutler also said he wanted to keep Catoosa County “a better place to live.”
“We can do this by continuing to upgrade our roads and intersections,” he said, “by continued sewer expansion and by continuing to create more recreational opportunities for our youth.”
During his term as commissioner, the Board of Commissioners has accomplished many projects in the county, as well as District 3, Cutler said, such as bringing sewerage to neighborhoods in the county, including Three Notch Road and U.S. 41. Cutler pointed out resurfacing projects for Swanson Road, Three Notch Road, Cloud Springs Road and many secondary roads.
“We are developing the interchanges and we brought in businesses like Costco and Shaw Flooring,” Cutler said. “We worked with neighborhoods to resolve flooding issues and helped institute a comprehensive plan based on in-put from Catoosa citizens to better the quality of life for the residents of Catoosa County.”
Cutler and his wife Darlene attend Redemption Point Church and have four children and 10 grandchildren. He is an Army Veteran and a member of American Legion Post 40 in Ringgold. He is a member of the National Rifle Association, a member of the Catoosa County Republican Party and served as past president of the Ringgold Ki-wanis Club. Cutler has a bachelor of science degree from Illinois State University and served on the alumni board of directors. He is employed by Hullco Exteriors.