At the final Noblesville candidate conversation, Chris Jensen presented his plan to Noblesville’s voters for city’s economic and financial future.
Hosted by the Noblesville Chamber of Commerce and the League of Women Voters, the third and final forum focused on Noblesville’s economic and financial next chapter, including city budgets, capital improvement plans, and economic development.
“I am the best leader to take Noblesville into its next chapter. My time spent working at the local, state and federal levels will be vital as we forge key partnerships to build an even better Noblesville,” Jensen said. “My time working for the administration of former Governor Mitch Daniels taught me the importance of a dollar and how to do more with less.  As your mayor, my top priority will be to spend your tax dollars wisely.”
Jensen’s campaign is based on the four pillars of his Noblesville’s Next Chapter Agenda: Protecting and Enhancing Noblesville’s Historic Downtown and Smart Infrastructure Investment, along with the pillars of Transforming Public Safety and Strong and Sustainable Workforce Development.
“I want my kids to grow up in a city that when they cross the white river from the west, or down the brick streets from the east and see the iconic courthouse square that they know they are home,” Jensen said. “A city that works tirelessly to protect our historic downtown, and just as tirelessly to enhance it. Where we are actively protecting and enhancing our downtown with an eye towards supporting our local merchants and growing our tax base.”