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July 31 12:48 AM

Governor Announces Appointments to the Caddo Levee District

 Governor Bobby Jindal has announced appointments to the Caddo Levee District.

The Caddo Levee District is responsible for maintaining the integrity of the levees and maintaining the levee drainage system within Caddo Parish.

According to statute, the board is comprised of seven gubernatorial appointments who must be residents of Caddo Parish.

Appointments to the Caddo Levee District:

 

Patrick Harrison, of Shreveport, is the President of Sound Fighter Systems. Harrison will be appointed to serve as a gubernatorial appointee residing in Caddo Parish, as required by statue.

 

Kandi Moore, of Belcher, is a nurse at Specialist Hospital Shreveport. Moore will be appointed to serve as a gubernatorial appointee residing in Caddo Parish, as required by statute.

 

Gary Procell, of Shreveport, is the President and founder of Procell Allstate Insurance Inc. Procell will be appointed to serve as a gubernatorial appointee residing in Caddo Parish, as required by statute.

 

Helen Godfrey Smith, of Gilliam, is the President and CEO of Shreveport Federal Credit Union. Smith will be appointed to serve as a gubernatorial appointee residing in Caddo Parish, as required by statute.

 

Willie Walker, of Gilliam, is the Executive Director of Walker Community Outreach Center, Inc. in Gilliam. Walker will be appointed to serve as a gubernatorial appointee residing in Caddo Parish, as required by statute.

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