Today, Gov. John Bel Edwards announced his appointments to several Louisiana boards and commissions.
Gov. Edwards announced appointments to the following boards and commissions:
Louisiana State Board of Private Investigator Examiners
The Louisiana State Board of Private Investigator Examiners licenses private investigators and businesses in the state of Louisiana in order to contribute to the safety, health and welfare of the people of Louisiana.
John R. Morse Jr., of Houma, was reappointed to the Louisiana State Board of Private Investigator Examiners. Mr. Morse is the owner of J.R. Morse Associates, Inc., and will serve as the representative of the 2nd Public Service Commission District.
Parish Boards of Election Supervisors
The purpose of the board in each parish is to oversee and supervise all elections within the parish to ensure the safety and accuracy of the democratic process. The Board of Election Supervisors oversees the preparation and conducting of each election in the parish. Each parish’s board is composed of the parish’s registrar of voters, the parish’s clerk of court, the chairman of the parish executive committee of each recognized political party and one member appointed by the governor.
Louie “Eugene” Dunn, of Grayson, was appointed to the Caldwell Parish Board of Election Supervisors. Prior to retiring in June of 2016, Mr. Dunn served as Caldwell Parish’s Clerk of Court for 32 years.
Mildred P. Worrell, of Clinton, was appointed to the East Feliciana Parish Board of Election Supervisors. Ms. Worrell is a retired social worker.
Michael M. Davis, of Metairie, was appointed to the Jefferson Parish Board of Election Supervisors. Mr. Davis is a retired educator.
Military Family Assistance Board
The Military Family Assistance Board is responsible for establishing rules for funding need-based claims submitted by families of activated military personnel and travel assistance for deployed military personnel.
Billy G. Robbins, of Gonzales, was appointed to the Military Family Assistance Board. Mr. Robbins is a veteran of the United States Air Force and is the Cemetery Program Director for the Louisiana Department of Veterans Affairs.
Louisiana Women’s Policy and Research Commission
The Louisiana Women’s Policy and Research Commission serves to research, collect facts and statistics, and make special studies of conditions pertaining to the employment, health, safety and financial status of women in the state of Louisiana.
Sandie R. Lollie, of Bastrop, was appointed to the Louisiana Women’s Policy and Research Commission. Ms. Lollie is the president of the Monroe Federation of Teachers. She will serve as a member with expertise in education.
Sparta Ground Water Conservation District
The guiding purpose and primary objective of the Sparta Ground Water Conservation District Commission is to conserve, protect, restore and maintain the Sparta Formation Aquifer as a continuing source of high quality, potable water for current and future consumers by promoting conservation measures and the development of alternate sources of fresh water, pursuant to the authority and responsibility granted by the State of Louisiana.
Nicholas A. Cox, of Minden, was appointed to the Sparta Ground Water Conservation District. Mr. Cox is the owner of Webster Door Company. He will serve as a representative of Webster Parish.
Jack W. Clampit, of West Monroe, was reappointed to the Sparta Ground Water Conservation District. Mr. Clampit is a police juror with Ouachita Parish and will serve as a representative of Ouachita Parish.