Leger brings several years of experience to the Port after serving his community as Chief of Police, Police Jury and Town Councilman.
An online presence will create improved visibility and kickoff a series of new developments. KROTZ SPRINGS, LA (October 23, 2017): The Port of Krotz Springs is pleased to announce the release of their new web site. The site has been designed using new web technology that ensures the site will appear similar to viewers across...
James “Jimmy” Soileau has been on the Greater Krotz Springs Port Commission for 22 years. He is the longest sitting Commissioner at this time and has seen growth and development at the Port and for the community he has called home for most of his life. He is retired from the St. Landry School Board,...
Right-of-way encroachment is a pipeline industry term that refers to violations or deviations from the terms outlined in the easement agreement. Because they have the potential to affect pipeline integrity and safety, the following activities are often prohibited within the right-of-way: Building residential structures, fences, sheds or barns Pouring a driveway Installing a swimming pool...
Jacqué Pucheu has supported his community by providing legal council for St. Landry Parish, the City of Eunice and the Port of Krotz Springs.
A lifelong resident of St. Landry Parish, Cynthia Stelly has worked for the Port of Krotz Springs as the executive secretary supporting the director since 2003.
Vidrine brings his diverse work experience in managing assets, supervising projects and enforcing codes and ordinances to the Port of Krotz Springs.
After 37 years with the US Postal Service, Thompson worked with the City of Eunice enforcing city ordinances and overseeing FEMA.
Monita Reed devotes her time volunteering for St. Anthony Catholic Church and Krotz Springs Sportsmen’s Heritage Festival.
Owner of local funeral home, Vernon Haynes is an active member of the Friends Benevolent Society, Phi Beta Sigma and of Holy Ghost Catholic Church.