Governor Abbott Appoints Three To The Lower Neches Valley Authority Board Of Directors

April 30, 2018 | Austin, Texas | Appointment

Governor Abbott has reappointed Kal Kincaid and appointed Clint Mitchell and Bill Voigtman to the Lower Neches Valley Authority Board of Directors for terms set to expire on July 28, 2023. The authority has a duty to conserve, control and utilize the waters of the Neches River and its tributaries including storm and flood waters; authorizing the storing, controlling, conservation and distribution of storm and flood waters of the Neches River and its tributaries, within and/or without such district, for irrigation, domestic, industrial and municipal uses, and also for hydroelectric power. The authority may also sponsor and participate in an economic development program within the areas served by the Authority intended to strengthen the economic base and further the economic development of the state.

Kal Kincaid of Beaumont is president of Oldcastle Materials Gulf Coast, a civil construction company. He is a board member and transportation chairman for the Greater Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, board member of Habitat for Humanity, chairman of Lamar University's Construction Management Advisory Board, and member of the Beaumont Rotary Club. Kincaid received a Bachelor of Science from Lamar University.

Clint Mitchell of Nederland is the operations complex manager for Valero Port Arthur Refinery. He is a member and past president of the Mid-County Noon Optimist and member of Calvary Baptist Church in Beaumont. Mitchell received a Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering from Texas A&M University.

Bill Voigtman of Silsbee is the general manager of Republic Services of Beaumont and Golden Triangle Landfill. He is a member of Rotary Beaumont and the Young Men’s Business League and serves as chairman on the Church Council at 1st United Methodist Church in Silsbee. He is a former advisory council member of Leadership Southeast Texas and past president and board member of the Silsbee Chamber of Commerce. Voigtman received a Bachelor of Business Administration in business management from Texas State University.