Rep. Jeff Noble’s June Column

Over the past month we have been hard at work in the legislature. As a strong believer in the Second Amendment, law-abiding citizens shouldn’t have to seek the government’s permission to exercise their right to bear arms. Personal protection is something I do not take lightly. This common-sense legislation returns to the people their fundamental…

Jeff Noble, District 20

DISTRICT State Representative Jeff Noble was first elected to the Michigan House of Representatives in November 2016. He represents the 20th District, which includes the cities of Northville and Plymouth, Northville and Plymouth townships, and a portion of Canton. COMMITTEES Noble is the vice chair of the House Families, Children, and Seniors Committee. He is…

Rep. Noble invites students to be “Rep. for a Day”

State Rep. Jeff Noble of Plymouth announced his essay contest for students in Plymouth, Canton and Northville. The contest is open to students in grades six to twelfth. Students are asked to write a minimum of 250 words and no more than 500. The topic is “Why do you like living in Michigan?” Essays should…

Rep. Noble working to promote legislation to help local residents and communities

In his first six months in the Michigan House of Representatives, state Rep. Jeff Noble has worked to promote prosperity for residents while representing the areas of Northville, Plymouth and Canton. Noble serves on four House committees and holds the position of majority vice-chair for the House Committee on Families, Children, and Seniors. “It has…

Reps. Noble and Cox secure funding for Plymouth traffic signal

State Representatives Jeff Noble and Laura Cox today announced that funding has been made available for a new traffic signal in Plymouth Township. The traffic signal is located at the intersection of McClumpha Road and Ann Arbor Road. “After working alongside Representative Cox, I am thrilled there will be funding available to get a light…

Reps. Noble and Cox secure funding for Plymouth traffic signal

State Representatives Jeff Noble and Laura Cox today announced that funding has been made available for a new traffic signal in Plymouth Township. The traffic signal is located at the intersection of McClumpha Road and Ann Arbor Road. “After working alongside Representative Cox, I am thrilled there will be funding available to get a light…

Rep. Noble: Budget prioritizes fixing roads and bridges

State Rep. Jeff Noble today joined his House colleagues in voting for a state budget that emphasizes funding to fix and maintain the state’s transportation system. Noble, of Plymouth, said the spending blueprint spends a record amount on roads, bridges and underground water systems that have been crumbling from a decade of underfunding during the…

Noble and Geake on the House floor

House approves Rep. Noble’s bill easing restrictions on Michigan painters, decorators

The Michigan House today approved state Rep. Jeff Noble’s legislation providing more opportunities for painters and decorators. The bill sponsored by Noble, of Plymouth, would remove painters and decorators from the list of occupations needing a residential maintenance and alteration contractor license in Michigan. “This will save time and money for painters and decorators,” Noble…

Rep. Noble offers the invocation for the House

Rep. Noble invited to lead House invocation

PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jeff Noble of Plymouth on Tuesday gave the invocation for the Michigan House of Representatives. Noble is a pastor at Praise Baptist Church in Plymouth. #####

Rep. Noble invites residents to open office hour in Northville

State Rep. Jeff Noble of Plymouth will host an open office hour on Monday, June 19 from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Northville Library in Meeting Room B located at 212 W. Cady St. in Northville. “I always enjoy the opportunity to connect with people directly,” Rep. Noble said. “I encourage residents to attend….

Rep. Noble bill removes licensing restrictions for painters and decorators

State Rep. Jeff Noble today delivered testimony before the House Regulatory Reform Committee on a bill to make painting and decorating jobs more attainable to the people of Michigan. House Bill 4608 would amend the state occupational code to remove painting and decorating as trades that require a Maintenance and Alteration Contractors License. “This bill…

Rep. Noble’s Monthly Legislative Update

Recently the Michigan Legislature passed a package of “brownfield” bills commonly referred to as the “Gilbert bills.” While these bills have passed, I was happy to vote in opposition to them. I feel that this package of bills is government’s attempt to pick economic winners and losers through the practice of “corporate welfare.” I do…

Starkweather Academy with Rep. Noble

Rep. Noble visits Starkweather Academy at Fiegel

PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jeff Noble of Plymouth (center) met with Plymouth-Canton Schools Superintendent Monica Merritt (left) and Starkweather Principal Kevin Lane to tour their facilities and learn more about their programs. Starkweather is an alternative high school that has been successful because of their ability to allow students to tailor their educational goals to…

Noble and Geake on the House floor

Rep. Noble welcomes former Rep. Robert Geake to House floor

PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jeff Noble of Plymouth (right) introduced former state Representative and state Senator Robert Geake to the Michigan House of Representatives this week. Geake served Northville in the Michigan legislature from 1973 to 1998. After leaving the Legislature, Geake served as the state children’s ombudsman and the state racing commissioner. #####

Rep. Noble invites residents to open office hour in Plymouth

State Rep. Jeff Noble of Plymouth will host an open office hour on Monday, May 8 from 9 to 10 a.m. at the Plymouth Township Office Multi-Function Room, 9955 N. Haggerty Rd. “A government that is accessible and listens to the people is more efficient and effective,” Rep. Noble said. “I always want to hear…