Rep. Noble secures funds for upgrades to district libraries

State Rep. Jeff Noble, of Northville, held his monthly office hours last week at the Plymouth District Library. While discussing policy and local issues with constituents, Noble was honored by the library with a t-shirt as thanks for his efforts in securing funds for upgrades. “On top of conquering record funding for our schools this…

Protecting those who have protected our freedoms

While we may never be able to fully repay our brave military men and women for their selfless service to our country, we can at least continue to ensure our military heroes receive the best possible care here in Michigan. Your priority is my priority – making sure the state Legislature is properly responding to…

Rep. Noble’s government cleaning initiatives signed into law

Two plans proposed by state Rep. Jeff Noble eliminating outdated sections of law in various areas have been approved by the governor. “I want what every hard-working taxpayer wants – a clean, efficient state government that strives to align with the philosophy of accountability,” said Noble, of Northville. “Removing outdated, obsolete laws eliminates unnecessary regulations…

Local residents can meet with Rep. Noble on July 11

State Rep. Jeff Noble will host an open office hour on Wednesday, July 11 from 11 a.m. to Noon at the Plymouth District Library located at 223 S. Main St. in Plymouth. “Hosting regular office hours is one of my top priorities,” Rep. Noble said. “Connecting with community members and listening to their concerns is…

House approves Rep. Noble’s plan to create the Innovative Transportation Grant Fund

Measure continues House effort to fix Michigan’s crumbling roads The state House this week approved legislation introduced by state Rep. Jeff Noble to create the Innovative Transportation Grant Fund to help fix Michigan roads. “There are many local road agencies that want to test alternative materials, but lack the resources,” said Noble, of Northville. “This…

Rep. Noble brings taxpayer funding home to support economy, libraries and public safety

Rep. Jeff Noble today successfully delivered special funding for the Canton-Northville-Plymouth area to boost public safety, libraries and economic growth. The project funding is included in a state budget given final legislative approval by the Michigan Legislature. “This is all about bringing our tax dollars back home to improve our economy and educational opportunities for…

Committee approves Rep. Noble’s bills improving safety for Michigan drivers

Plan clarifies rules for drivers and improves Michigan roads The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee this week approved two bills introduced by state Rep. Jeff Noble to enter into a driver’s license compact agreement and create the Michigan Innovative Transportation Grant Fund. Noble said the Driver’s License Interstate Compact will allow states to work together…

Local residents can meet with Rep. Noble on June 11

State Rep. Jeff Noble will host an open office hour on Monday, June 11 from Noon to 1:00 p.m. at the Northville District Library located at 212 W. Cady St. in Northville. “Hosting regular office hours is one of my top priorities,” Rep. Noble said. “Connecting with community members and listening to their concerns is…

Rep. Noble testifies on plan for Michigan to enter driver’s license compact

Legislation protects Michigan and out-of-state drivers State Rep. Jeff Noble this week testified before the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee in support of his legislation to enter into an agreement with 45 other states to share driver’s license information. Noble said the agreement, known as the Driver’s License Interstate Compact, will allow states to work…

Noble’s plan eliminating unnecessary law passes House

The Michigan House Wednesday voted overwhelmingly to approve a plan sponsored by state Rep. Jeff Noble removing an unnecessary law from the books. Noble’s plan repeals a section of law that references the Board of Control for the Michigan School of the Blind, which no longer exists. In 1879, the Legislature established the Michigan School…

Rep. Noble hosts over 3,200 in tele-town hall update

State Rep. Jeff Noble was joined by 3,235 residents on Tuesday night during his live tele-town hall legislative update. “Tele-town halls serve as an excellent opportunity to speak with thousands of residents from the convenience and comfort of their homes,” Rep. Noble said. A record number of people had the opportunity to connect with the…

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

A column by state Rep. Jeff Noble Tens of thousands of Michigan residents who live with mental and behavioral health illnesses struggle to get the care they need. In any given year, around 336,000 adults in Michigan are documented having a serious mental illness and 84,000 adolescents experience a major depressive episode, with only 44…