PSC Commissioner Holloway to talk on Cap & Trade’s impact
District 4 PSC Commissioner Clyde Holloway will speak on alternative fuel utilization and the effect that Cap & Trade legislation will have on utility bills when he speaks here on Thursday March 4.
He will make his presentation between 11:45 a.m. and 1 p.m. at The Crossing at Mervin Kahn on Louisiana Avenue.
A lunch will be provided by Jack McIntyre of the Crawfish Hut. There will be no charge, but a $2 donation will be appreciated to cover expenses.
Holloway’s talk is being co-sponsored by Eric Thomas, owner of The Crossing at Mervin Kahn and Crawfish Hut, with special thanks to MB Industries.
Public Service Commissioner Clyde Holloway serves District Four, which is comprised of 17 parishes.
Prior to his election to the Commission, he was elected to Congress in 1987 and served in the United States House of Representatives until 1993. In October 2006 he received an appointment by President Bush as the USDA State Director of Rural Development where he served until 2009. Clyde has a lifetime Congressional American Conservative Union rating of 100% and is also a member of the Republican State Central Committee. He is the owner and operator of Holloway’s Nursery and one of the founders and primary financial sponsor of Forest Hill Academy.