District I Councilman Terrell Wilson

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Terrell D. WisonContact Information 
156 Shaw Street
Hahnville, LA 70057

Phone: (985) 308-0866
Cell: (504) 415-4789
E-mail: twilson@stcharlesgov.net


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Statistics

  • Second Term: Jan. 11, 2016 - Jan. 12, 2020
  • Council Chairman:  Jan. 1, 2017 - Dec. 31, 2017
  • First Term: Jan. 9, 2012 - Jan. 11, 2016
  • Stats Summary: 604 work requests issued | 594 completed
       
About
TERRELL D. WILSON, Councilman District I, is a native of Hahnville and resides in Hahnville. He has one daughter, Kelsey, and one grandson, Kobe.
 
Terrell graduated from Hahnville High School and Nicholls State University. He has worked for Dow Chemical as an operator since May 1989.
 
Terrell is a member of Holy Rosary Catholic Church and the Knights of Columbus Council #2409.
 
Terrell is a member of the Contract/Finance and Administrative Committee; Operations, Maintenance and Construction Management Committee; Legislative Committee; Special Projects/Public Safety, Health and Environmental Committee; and Hurricane Protection Projects Committee.
 

Terrell is currently serving as a member of the Sunset Drainage District - Board of Commissioners, the South Central Planning & Development Commission, and a member of the River Region Caucus.

Terrell is a member of the Louisiana Police Jury Association, the Louisiana Police Jury Associations Black Caucus and the National Association of County Officials. He is a member of PJAL's Emergency Preparedness Committee.  He is a member of NACo's Transportation Policy Steering Committee.  He is the current ex-officio of the Library Board of Control. He is a past member of the St. Charles Parish Housing Authority Board, the Zoning Board of Adjustments, and the Planning Commission.
 
Terrell has been appointed to the St. Charles Parish Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) as a committee member filling the position of local elected official. This committee fulfills requirements established by the state Emergency Response Commission, which is led by the Louisiana State Police. The LEPC ensures that local plans and procedures are in place to respond to hazardous material incidents and other emergencies within St. Charles Parish.
 
Terrell feels that his experience on various boards has prepared him for this elected position. His plans over the next four years is to provide strong leadership for the people of District I.