Covington, LA, August 2019 – The Alliance for Good Government hosted its Legislator of the Year Mixer this month at Southport Hall in New Orleans. The non-partisan political organization awarded Larry Rolling, Council-At-Large for the City of Covington, the St. Tammany chapter’s Legislator of the Year Award.
“I feel blessed, humbled, and lucky to work in a community I love so much. It is a great privilege to serve my community and to be recognized with this award for the work I’ve done. It motivates me as a public servant to do more for the City of Covington and St. Tammany Parish,” said Rolling.
Before winning the Council-At-Large seat, Rolling was the District D Councilman for eight years. Rolling served on many committees during his council tenure, including; Chairman of the Economic Development Committee, Public Works/Public Safety Committee, Community Development/Housing Committee, and most recently was appointed as Vice President of the Council. In 2012, Rolling created the Covington Business Workshop series focused on bringing and keeping businesses in the city.
Rolling also currently serves on the COAST Board as Vice President, Carnival in Covington Committee Chairman, Kelly Kicking Cancer Board Member, and is a Leadership St. Tammany Graduate. He resides in Covington and is a 40-year Saints season ticket holder and is known locally as the “Sign Man.”
Larry Rolling, who has served as the City of Covington’s District D Councilman for eight years and is currently serving as the City of Covington’s Council-At-Large wins the coveted 2019 Legislator of the Year Award from The Alliance for Good Government.
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