Commissioners & Staff


The Port of Quincy is governed by a 3-member Board of Commissioners. Each Commissioner is elected by the citizens of the port district and serves a six-year term. The port district is divided into three commissioner districts following voting precinct boundaries. and the commissioner representing each district must be a registered voter within that district.

  • This map shows the boundaries of the Port of Quincy and the commissioner districts within those boundaries. Click image to view larger version.


The Port Commission is primarily responsible for:

  • Planning the port’s future and guiding the port’s activities in that direction
  • Developing and adopting port district policies and governing operations
  • Preparing and adopting an annual budget and authorizing tax levy amount
  • Hiring the staff to oversee the Port’s activities

Curt Morris

Commissioner, District #1

Commissioner District No. 1 is currently being represented by Curt Morris. Curt joined the Port Commission in July of 1995. His current term expires on December 31, 2025.

Patric Connelly

Commissioner, District #2
Commissioner District No. 2 is currently being represented by  Patric Connelly. Pat joined the Port Commission in April of 1996. His current term expires on December 31, 2023.

Brian Kuest

Commissioner, District #3

Commissioner District No. 3 is currently represented by Brian Kuest. Brian joined the Port Commission  in May of 1997. His current term expires on December 31, 2021.


Darci Kleyn, Comptroller

Dahlia De la Rosa, Executive Assistant

Sarah Hawes, Event Manager

Cassaundra Calloway, Office Assistant

Chris Dowd, Colockum Ridge Golf Course Grounds Superintendent

Scott Calkins, Colockum Ridge Golf Course Clubhouse Manager

Kevin Akright, Colockum Ridge Golf Course Mechanic

Nick Melburn, Maintenance


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