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Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-East Board of Commissioners

Pursuant to R.S. 38:330.1 et seq., applications are being accepted for persons interested in serving on the Board of Commissioners for the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-East (SLFPA-East), which becomes effective January 1, 2007.  

There are a total of eleven (11) vacancies on the Board of Commissioners, whose members shall be selected by a Nominating Committee.

The Nominating Committee is comprised of civic, professional and academic organizations. They are the Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana, Council for a Better Louisiana, Louisiana Geological Survey, Association of State Floodplain Managers, National Academy of Engineering, National Society of Black Engineers, American Institute of Hydrology, UNO College of Engineering, Tulane University School of Science & Engineering, Southern University College of Engineering, LSU College of Engineering, National Society of Professional Engineers and American Society of Civil Engineers. 

The Nominating Committee shall review applications and recommend individuals for appointment by the Governor and confirmation by the Senate. 

QUALIFICATIONS & RESIDENCY

There shall be at least and not more than one (1) member from each parish within the territorial jurisdiction of the authority. The territorial jurisdiction includes St. Bernard, St. Tammany, Tangipahoa Parishes and the east side of the Mississippi River in Jefferson, Orleans, St. Charles and St. John the Baptist Parishes. 

The remaining members shall reside outside of the territorial jurisdiction and may live anywhere in the world, subject to qualifications. 

Engineering/Related Field - Five (5) members shall have backgrounds in engineering, geology, hydrology, or environmental science. Of the five (5) members, one member shall be a civil engineer and one shall be a hydrologist or geologist. 

Non Engineering Professional - Three (3) members shall come from fields other than engineering or related field and have ten (10) years of professional experience. One of the members shall be a resident of St. Charles or St. John the Baptist Parishes on the east side of the Mississippi River. 

At Large Members - Three (3) members shall be at large. One of the members shall be a resident of St. Charles or St. John the Baptist Parishes on the east side of the Mississippi River. 

Interested parties may obtain an application by contacting Ms. Renee' Fontenot Free, Deputy Undersecretary, Secretary of State, P.O. Box 94125, Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9125; (225) 922-1200; (225) 922-0433 facsimile; email rfree@sos.louisiana.gov.

Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-West Board of Commissioners  

Pursuant to R.S. 38:330.1 et seq., applications are being accepted for persons interested in serving on the Board of Commissioners for the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-West (SLFPA-West), which becomes effective January 1, 2007. 

There are a total of seven (7) vacancies on the Board of Commissioners, whose members shall be selected by a Nominating Committee. 

The Nominating Committee is comprised of civic, professional and academic organizations. They are: the Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana, Council for a Better Louisiana, Louisiana Geological Survey, Association of State Floodplain Managers, National Academy of Engineering, National Society of Black Engineers, American Institute of Hydrology, UNO College of Engineering, Tulane University School of Science & Engineering, Southern University College of Engineering, LSU College of Engineering, National Society of Professional Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers, the Harvey Canal Industrial Association, and Our Lady of Holy Cross College. 

The Nominating Committee shall review applications and recommend individuals for appointment by the Governor and confirmation by the Senate.

QUALIFICATIONS & RESIDENCY 

There shall be at least and not more than two (2) members from each parish within the territorial jurisdiction of the authority. The territorial jurisdiction includes the west side of the Mississippi River in Jefferson and Orleans Parishes.

The remaining members shall reside outside of the territorial jurisdiction and may live anywhere in the world, subject to qualifications. 

Engineering/Related Field - Three (3) members shall have backgrounds in engineering, geology, hydrology, or environmental science. Of the three (3) members, one member shall be a civil engineer and one a hydrologist or geologist. 

Non Engineering Professional - Two (2) members shall come from fields other than engineering or related field and have ten (10) years of professional experience. One of the members shall be a resident of Orleans Parish on the west side of the Mississippi River. 

At Large Members - Two (2) members shall be at large. One of the members shall be a resident of Orleans Parish on the west side of the Mississippi River.  

Interested parties may obtain an application by contacting Ms. Renee' Fontenot Free, Deputy Undersecretary, Secretary of State, P.O. Box 94125, Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9125; (225) 922-1200; (225) 922-0433 facsimile; email rfree@sos.louisiana.gov.

 



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