By Associated Press - Tuesday, October 8, 2019

LAKE CHARLES, La. (AP) - A Louisiana man has been appointed to fill a vacant police jury seat in Calcasieu Parish.

The American Press reports the Calcasieu Parish Police Jury appointed Mark Senegal last week to replace Kevin White, who resigned Sept. 20 because he moved outside the district. State law requires police jurors to live in the district they represent. Senegal will represent the district for the rest of this year.

A resident of Moss Bluff for nine years, Senegal has served on the Moss Bluff Economic Development Board and the board of the Moss Bluff Civic Club. He says he is honored to serve on the Police Jury, noting that drainage and infrastructure are two of the area’s biggest issues.


Information from: American Press,

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