Susan Noble first became involved by attending Metro District meetings. Then last year when we learned of the threat of multi-well oil and gas sites and neighborhood fracking, Susan and neighbors founded North Range Concerned Citizens to inform and educate the community about the concentration, intensity and harmful impacts of 11 sites and more than 30 wells proposed. NRCC is a coalition of neighbors from all 30 subdivisions that are threatened. Susan has represented NRCC at state, county and city council hearings. She was a council appointee to Commerce City's Oil and Gas Focus Group and is a community representative on the PFAS Working Group (petrofluoride) that is researching sources and dangers of toxic water in communities like Commerce City.
Susan and her husband Phil chose Reunion for their home six years ago. Like many families here, the next generation lives nearby in Ward 4.
After a career in journalism, she worked with groups, businesses and communities to find solutions to pressing issues including: land use and planning, governance, economic development, water, medical research funding, first generation student scholarships, gun violence prevention and water stewardship. Susan is a native Coloradan and CU graduate.
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