Feb 28, 2009

Larry Doiron resigned from the Board and will no longer serve on the Board of Commissioners. In appreciation for his 27+ years of outstanding support and efforts, the Morgan City Harbor & Terminal District would like to extend its warmest wishes and thanks to Mr. Doiron for his invaluable contribution to the Port of Morgan City.

Oct 31, 2008

Appointment to the Morgan City Harbor and Terminal District Board of Commissioners: William “Bill” Pecoraro, of Morgan City, will retire from Gulf Craft, Inc. in May 2009 after serving in administration for 40 years. Gulf Craft, Inc. is a leading provider of new aluminum vessel construction. Pecoraro, a graduate of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, currently serves on the Morgan City Wharf Commission, is a member of the St. Mary Industrial Group, the Atchafalaya River Coalition and the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. He will serve as an at-large member, as required by statute.

Sept 22, 2008

Appointments to the Morgan City Harbor and Terminal District Board of Commissioners: Duane Lodrigue, of Berwick, is a manager for Oceaneering International, Inc., which is a global oilfield provider of engineered services and products primarily to the offshore oil and gas industry. Lodrigue will serve as an at-large member, as required by statute. Matt Ackel, of Berwick, is a retired field superintendent at ExxonMobil in the Gulf of Mexico region and will serve as an at-large member, as required by statute.


Four U.S. Coast Guard patrol boats from other areas were docked at the Port of Morgan City facility on Youngs Road during Hurricane Ike. Two of the vessels were from the Galveston, Texas, and Corpus Christi, Texas, area and the other two are normally stationed in western Louisiana. The Port of Morgan City again served as a “safe haven” during the recent storms while neighboring ports in Fourchon and Iberia were inundated by the tidal flooding.

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June 15, 2009


Port of Morgan City - Expands Morgan City Harbor and Terminal District and H&B Young Foundation officials signed paperwork Monday completing the $2.35 million sale of a 23.4-acre tract of land on the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway and an access road. The port currently is negotiating with local maritime company, Intermoor Inc., which is planning to build an estimated $12 millionfacility on the property.

On hand for Monday’s signing were, first row from left, Phyllis Garber of the H&B Young Foundation, port Operations Assistant Rebecca Concienne, Brenda Ayo of the H&B Young Foundation, port President Raymond “Mac” Wade and port Secretary Greg Aucoin. On the second row, same order, are H&B Young Foundation attorney Emile Wagner, Gwen Ross of the H&B Young Foundation, port Commissioner-elect Jerry Gauthier,Commissioner Duane Lodrigue, port Treasurer Deborah Garber and port Manager of Economic Development Cindy Cutrera.

On the back row are port Executive Director Jerry Hoffpauir, Commissioner Matt Ackel and port attorney Gerard Bourgeois. Not pictured are commissioners Bill Pecoraro, Willie Tezeno and port Vice President Bill New.

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