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- John McIlwain Senior fellow at the Urban Land Institute
- Sean Reilly Board member of the Louisiana Recovery Authority and former Louisiana state legislator
- John Beckman Principal with Wallace Roberts & Todd
- Jeb Bruneau President of the Lakeview Civic Improvement Association
- Terrel Broussard Attorney in private practice
- Michael Tidwell Author of "Bayou Farewell: The Rich Life and Tragic Death of Louisiana's Cajun Coast."
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