Familiar face returns to helm

Boice

Boice

District 4 Representative Mark Boice has been elected president of the Noblesville Common Council for 2014.

“A lot of projects right now will shape our city in the next few years,” he said. “I’m excited to help lead the council and city through these projects.”

At the top of his list is working on design and the first steps to moving forward on a lot of parks projects.

“I’m really excited to be part of something that’s going to be a permanent fixture for Noblesville and such a great amenity for the city,” Boice said.

With the economy picking up, Boice said more developers will be coming in front of the council.

“The goal is trying to get the development that is good for the city and raise the standards of any of it (that is) not beneficial to the city,” he said.

Boice said Noblesville is positioned well with its finances and he hopes there are no revenue funding changes at the state level.

“As long as things stay the same we should be in good shape budget-wise this year,” he said.

Boice previously served as council president in 2011.

“I think it will be easier the second time around,” he said. “I know what to expect and hopefully can anticipate the needs.”

“Mark has served as council president before and will do another great job in that role. I look forward to working with Mark and all of the council this year,” Mayor John Ditslear said.

Robert Herrington

Managing editor of Current in Noblesville. A 1999 graduate of Noblesville High School, Herrington has been covering Noblesville and Hamilton County as a journalist since 2004. The military brat lived all over the east coast before calling Noblesville home since 1994. He and his wife, Maggie, live in the community with their baby daughter (and youngest Boston Red Sox fan), Caroline. From school board to common council meetings, First Friday events and summer concerts in the city parks, Herrington loves to attend and cover all that Noblesville has to offer.

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