Mark Hall has announced he will seek the Noblesville Common Council District 1 seat.
Hall’s announcement comes after today’s earlier announcement that incumbent Roy Johnson will not seek re-election in the May primary election.
Hall is 32-year Noblesville resident and business owner. He is president of PinPoint Resources, Tech Trades and TalentLogistiX, professional staffing businesses he founded in Noblesville in 1993.
“It’s a unique transitional time in the history of Noblesville,” Hall stated. “We are thankful for the years of service from Mayor Ditslear. New leadership in the mayor’s office will bring new vision, new challenges and new opportunities. As a Noblesville councilperson, I (would) bring 30 years of business, executive, board and leadership experience to this opportunity to serve our new mayor and to serve alongside a talented experienced group of council members.”
In his announcement, Hall cited major ongoing and upcoming projects in the city.
“I am committed to sound economic development, to guarding against unnecessary expense and to maintaining Noblesville’s culture, amenities and exceptional history. I continue to support the educational and historical significance of the train and support the Pleasant Street expansion, prudent (Ind.) 37 renovations and new facilities for our police.”
Hall has been a longtime coach of local youth sports. He also teaches board leadership and planning to local charities, serves on the board of directors for Truth at Work and Freedom International School, and serves on the finance committee of the Hamilton County Republican Party.
Hall has been married to Lisa Hall for 39 years. They have three daughters, who attended Noblesville Schools, and six grandchildren.
The Halls are members of Harbour Shores Church and volunteer with Shepherd Community Center, the Good Samaritan Network, and teach employment classes to inmates and underprivileged young adults in the area.
For more, visit markfhall.com.