Former Federal Investigator Puts Name in GJ City Council Hat
KREX News Room
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - Another resident has thrown his name in the hat for the Grand Junction City Council, District E, seat.
Robert Noble is a former federal investigator for Medicare fraud.
Noble told NewsChannel 5 he has a four-point platform he would like to achieve while on the council.
Those goal include: continuing to make Grand Junction a more business-friendly environment, making the city even more desirable to live by increasing outdoor recreation and support to local police and fire agencies, invest more in education and enhance transportation.
"One of the reasons Grand Junction has grown to the size that it has, is the fact that it has a really geographically advantageous situation ... I would like to expand on that," he said.
Noble and his wife are involved in several charities and clubs around town. In addition, Noble says he's been attending council meetings to better prepare for the position.
He is contested by government consultant Duncan McArthur and School District 51 Board Member Harry Butler for the District E seat.