Noble announces plans to seek re-election

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KINGSTON – Long-time Kingston Alderman-At-Large James Noble Jr.
Saturday announced he will seek re-election in November.

He was first elected alderman-at-large 12 years ago after serving six
years as alderman for the Sixth Ward where he was chairman of several
committees and as majority leader.

“I am committed to improved communication and productivity in the
city and will continue to put all of my energy into making Kingston a
place that future generations want to raise their families,” he
said.

Noble also gave a plug for his nephew, Steven Noble, who is challenging
Mayor Shayne Gallo for the Democratic nomination for the city’s
top job. “I have watched Steve work tireless for 10 years to improve
our parks and recreation programs and know he will bring this same enthusiasm
and work ethic to the job as mayor.”

Majority Leader Matthew Dunn said Alderman Noble is “the exact type
of leader Kingston needs” and he said noble is “the exact
type of leader Kingston needs.”