Megan Wiles, a candidate for Noblesville Common Council District 6, has received the endorsement of the Noblesville Professional Fire Fighters for primary election on May 5.
“Based upon our organization’s observations, you are well qualified to hold the office you seek. Our association believes your constituency will be well served by having you in office,” stated Tony Murray, president of the Hamilton County Fire Fighters Association.
As Noblesville moves up to second class city status, the Common Council grows from seven members to nine, with a district and at-large representative being added to the Common Council. The new sixth district is located on the east side of Noblesville.
“I am thrilled to have the support of the Noblesville Professional Fire Fighters Association. These men and women do amazing work, along with other first responders, and I am so grateful for their willingness to put their lives in danger, to help and serve others,” said Wiles. “As our community grows, we have an increased need for protection. I look forward to working with the Noblesville fire fighters to make sure that they are properly prepared to meet the needs of our community.”
Wiles grew up on the east side of Noblesville and graduated from Noblesville High School and Ball State University. She and her husband, Greg, and children purchased their property in 1998 on Union Chapel Road when they were surrounded by cornfields.