Officers Elected at Port of Greater Baton Rouge

Posted by Eric Haun
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Blaine Sheets (Photo courtesy Port of Greater Baton Rouge)

The board of commissioners for the Port of Greater Baton Rouge recently elected officers for 2014. Officers elected include Blaine Sheets, Ascension Parish, president; Clint Seneca, Iberville Parish, vice president; Corey Sarullo, Iberville Parish, secretary; and Bobby Watts, East Baton Rouge, treasurer.

Blaine Sheets, president, is president of Specialized Industrial Maintenance in Gonzales and is a former member of the Board of Commissioners for the Pontchartrain Levee District.

Clint Seneca, vice president, is the chief deputy assessor for the Iberville Parish Assessor's Office. He is also Chairman of the Board of the Iberville Chamber of Commerce.  

Corey Sarullo, secretary, is a branch manager with the Bank of Maringouin in Grosse Tete.

Bobby Watts, treasurer, is employed by the East Baton Rouge Tax Assessor’s Office and resides in Central. 

The port governance body is a 15-member commission appointed by Governor Bobby Jindal to establish policy and provide oversight into the port's development. Port commissioners are selected from the four parishes served by the port: Ascension, Iberville, East and West Baton Rouge.

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