The following is a news release from the Office of the Governor of Louisiana:
BATON ROUGE - Today, Governor Bobby Jindal announced the appointment of Hal McMillin to the Louisiana Auctioneers Licensing Board.
The Louisiana Auctioneers Licensing Board issues, administers, and revokes auction licenses and regulates licensed auctioneers.
According to statute, the board is composed of seven members, five of whom must be auctioneers that represent each of the five public service commission districts, and two are non-licensed "consumers" who are selected from the state-at-large. According to statute, each member is appointed by the governor and subject to Senate confirmation.
Hal McMillin, of Alexandria, is a business development manager for Levingston Engineers and is a police juror for Calcasieu Parish. McMillin will be appointed to serve as an auctioneer representing the 4th Public Service Commission district, as required by statute.
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