Relicensing Contacts: Toledo Bend Project

Representatives of agencies, local governments, non-governmental organizations, and members of the public who would like to be participants in the Toledo Bend Project ILP should contact:

Sunset on the ReservoirMr. Melvin T. Swoboda
Licensing Manager
Toledo Bend Project Joint Operation
P.O. Box 579
Orange, Texas 77631-0579
409-746-2192 (office)


Relicensing Contacts: FERC

The FERC has assigned Mr. Alan Mitchnick of its staff to serve as advisor during the Toledo Bend Project ILP. Mr. Mitchnick will participate in relicensing meetings and is expected to provide guidance during the process. The roll of the FERC advisor will be in accordance with the rules and regulations for the ILP.

For questions related to FERC communications, please contact Mr. Alan Mitchnick at 202-502-6074 or via email at

The FERC strongly encourages electronic filing of comments and interventions. In order to eFile comments and/or interventions, interested parties must have an eRegistration account. After preparing the comment or motion to intervene go to and select the eFiling link; select the new user option and follow the prompts. Users are required to validate their account by accessing the site through a hyperlink sent to the registered email account.

An alternative method to eFile comments is through the “Quick Comment” system available via a hyperlink on the FERC homepage. “Quick Comments” do not require the users to have a subscription, the comments are limited to 6,000 characters and all information must be public. Commenters are required to enter their name, and email address; an email will be sent with detailed instructions on how to submit “Quick Comments.”

Stakeholders without Internet access may submit comments via hard copy. The original and 14 copies of the comments or motion to intervene should be addressed to the following:

Honorable Kimberly D. Bose,Secretary
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
888 First Street, NE
Washington, DC 20426

All communications to the FERC must reference the Toledo Bend Project FERC No.2305 - Application for New License clearly on the first page, and must conform to FERC’s Rules of Practice and Procedure. Any hard copy filings with FERC must be provided to the Authorities and all other entities on the Official Service List maintained by FERC.