BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - Louisiana Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control (ATC) Commissioner, Troy Hebert, has announced that he will be leaving his post at the end of 2015 after serving as the head of the state's alcohol and tobacco regulatory agency for the past five years.
Hebert served as a Louisiana State Senator at the time of his appointment by Governor Bobby Jindal to ATC's top spot in November, 2010.
"First, I would like to thank Governor Jindal for the confidence he placed in me. After 5 years as Commissioner, I have accomplished my goal of making ATC one of the most efficient, effective, and consumer friendly agencies in the state," said Hebert. "I look forward to spending quality time with my family and, who knows, I may have one more political race in me," he added.