Locals appointed to the Pontchartrain Levee District
Among the appointees were several representatives from the River Parishes.
The purpose of the Pontchartrain Levee District is to operate, maintain and protect the federal levee system(s), specifically authorized and constructed flood control and hurricane risk reduction projects. The district’s function is to ensure the Mississippi River Levee and Hurricane Protection Levee structural integrities are not compromised in any way so that they will function as constructed and designed by the federal government when necessary to prevent or mitigate flood damages throughout the six east bank parishes of this district.
Ricky P. Bosco of Destrehan has been reappointed to the Pontchartrain Levee District. Bosco is the president of Bosco Brothers and will represent St. Charles Parish.
Seneca D. Boudreaux of Gramercy has been reappointed to the Pontchartrain Levee District. Boudreaux is an educational diagnostician with the St. James Parish School Board and will represent St. James Parish.
Matthew T. Butler of Baton Rouge has been appointed to the Pontchartrain Levee District. Butler is the vice president of Atlas Technical Consultant and will represent East Baton Rouge Parish.
Randy T. Clouatre Sr. of St. Amant has been appointed to the Pontchartrain Levee District. Clouatre is a maintenance manager at REG Geismar and will represent Ascension Parish.
Claude A. Granier III of Destrehan has been reappointed to the Pontchartrain Levee District. Granier is a project manager at Apache Industrial Services.
Percy Hebert Jr. of St. Gabriel has reappointed to the Pontchartrain Levee District. Hebert is retired and will represent Iberville Parish.
Blaine J. Sheets of Gonzales has been reappointed to the Pontchartrain Levee District. Sheets is the owner of Specialized Industrial Maintenance and will represent the Canadian National/formerly Louisville, New Orleans, and Texas Railway Company.
Allen J. St. Pierre Sr. of Reserve has been reappointed to the Pontchartrain Levee District. St. Pierre is retired and will represent St. John the Baptist Parish.
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