Hobbs Running for Re-Election
Hobbs has Been Citt Council President since 2018
DULUTH, Minn. – A Duluth City Councilor announced he will be running for another term.
Noah Hobbs is currently the Council President and fills the seat of “At Large City Councilor.”
Hobbs says he has played a significant role in reducing red tape for our local entrepreneurs; enhancing our public safety services and bringing rideshare options to the city.
In a recent press release, Hobbs wrote, “It has been an honor and a privilege to serve the people of Duluth in my role as an At Large City Councilor and as City Council President. I was fortunate enough to have the support of Duluthian’s across the city four years ago and hope to earn their endorsement once again to continue to move Duluth forward for another four years.
Whether it has been working on creating a more intuitive regulatory environment by reducing red tape for our local entrepreneurs; enhancing our public safety services; advocating for increased investments into infrastructure; caring for our most vulnerable citizens, or increasing and improving transportation options in Duluth, I have enjoyed serving and will continue to put my head down and go to work every day to better Duluth. I will maintain my focus on local issues and continuing to be an effective advocate for moving Duluth forward.”
Hobbs has been city council president since 2018.