My long-time friend John McMillan, the new Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries, is no stranger to public service. John served as a County Commissioner in Baldwin County, having been appointed by Gov. Albert Brewer in 1969. He was later elected to the House of Representatives from his home county of Baldwin in 1974 and was reelected in 1978. John was then appointed as Commissioner of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources by Gov. Fob James in 1980. Since 1985, John has served as head of the Alabama Forestry Association. He brings this vast experience into his new position and I believe it will serve him well. John fully understands the challenges he faces, as well as the opportunities, in his new job. I am confident John will do an outstanding job as Commissioner.
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