Jeremy Hawk has entered the race for a seat on the Noblesville Common Council.
Seeking the Democratic nomination for the District 6 seat in the May 7 primary election, Hawk, who last year sought a seat on the Hamilton County Council, said he is running because of his love for the city.
“I know that we will continue to be a part of this city for years to come, which is why I want to be a part of the planning process for the future success of Noblesville,” Haw said in his announcement.
Hawk said a primary platform point is transparency.
“Too often we hear about issues that have already been decided on and presented to us without option,” Hawk said. “As a taxpayer, a voter and a Noblesville resident, we all deserve an opportunity to speak up for our city, our neighbors and our tax dollars.”
Hawk also addressed the city’s rapid growth and a need for responsible solutions to issues that arise with infrastructure and future projects.
“We are experiencing a period of rapid growth in population and business activity, especially in the 6th District,” Hawk said. “What we need to remember is that with this growth comes a responsibility to not only respond to our changing community, but to also plan for its future. We need to adapt and move forward with key projects to provide the infrastructure solutions to address our growth as a city. I absolutely believe that we can maintain our status as a modern, thriving city without compromising the soul of Noblesville.”
Hawk has a bachelor’s degree in political science from Purdue University and a master’s degree from Butler University in leadership. He is the CFO for the Indiana School for the Deaf in Indianapolis. He is married to Breanne. They have two daughters, Juliana, 5, and Isla, 2.
For more, visit facebook.com/hawkfornoblesville.