Foster Campbell

Louisiana Public Service Commissioner

Foster’s Spotlight

  • Cutting the Umbilical Cord (5/28/2015) - FOSTER CAMPBELL L O U I S I A N A  P U B L I C  S E R V I C E  C O M M I S S I O N E R 27 May 2015 Letters to the Editor The Baton Rouge Advocate   Louisiana will suffer chronic financial problems until […]
  • “Teddy Bear”- Louisiana Black Bear (5/21/2015) - Foster pictured with Ted Roosevelt IV, grandson of President Theodore Roosevelt, at the reception in Baton Rouge for the de-listing of the Louisiana Black Bear from the Endangered Species list. Foster authored the legislation in 1995 to establish the “Save the Louisiana Black Bear” prestige license plate.
  • SWEPCO Delivers on Valley Buyout (5/14/2015) - NATCHITOCHES, La. – Families and businesses on the former Valley Electric Cooperative have saved $64 million on their power bills since SWEPCO bought the co-op in 2010. “That’s at least a 20-percent savings over Valley’s rates since October of 2010,” said Foster Campbell, Public Service Commissioner and proponent of the SWEPCO buyout. Campbell spoke at […]
  • SWEPCO Offers Automated Outage Alerts (3/4/2015) - SHREVEPORT, La. – Customers of SWEPCO now can be notified by text message or email of power outages and the estimated time their service will be restored. “Outage alerts” by text or email were offered by SWEPCO beginning this week in response to a request by Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell. “With this new service […]

Upcoming Events

  • Commissioner Foster Campbell Plans Public Utility Meetings (4/14/2014) - Louisiana Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell will hold public meetings in Desoto and Red River parishes Tuesday, April 22, to answer questions from local residents about their utilities. “I invite citizens to attend and discuss any concerns they may have about their electricity, natural gas and other utility services,” Campbell said. Campbell will hold his […]
  • Commissioner Foster Campbell Plans Public Utility Meetings (3/24/2014) - Louisiana Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell will hold public meetings in Franklin, Caldwell, Claiborne and Webster parishes March 25 and 27 to answer questions from local residents about their utilities. “I invite citizens to attend and discuss any concerns they may have about their electricity, natural gas and other utility services,” Campbell said Campbell will […]
  • The June Business and Executive Session (6/13/2013) - The June Business and Executive Session  has been postponed until Wednesday, the 26th 2013 . The Agenda will be published on the 14th and the Supplemental Agenda on the 21st.