Doug Noble - Zoning Board of Appeals

Doug Noble

“Living Within Our Means, Investing In Our Future”


I am a firm believer in a common sense approach in resolving town zoning issues with our neighbors. The ability to work with and strengthen our community by interpreting regulations using common sense helps our families and businesses thrive, which is very important to me. Regulations are there as a baseline, but looking at individual situations might call for exceptions, something I am used to doing on a regular basis in my field of work. Anyone can enforce a regulation, but it takes experience and time to do the right thing. Having a balance of great neighborhoods and schools as well as a strong business community lowers the financial tax burdens on our families, creating stability and a more prosperous future for everyone. This is why I am running again for Zoning Board of Appeals and look forward to continuing to serve our Cheshire community.

About Me

I live in the Mixville section of Cheshire with my terrific wife and two great kids. My educational background is a BS in Biology, Susquehanna University and a MS in Occupational Health and Safety Management / Industrial Hygiene, University of New Haven. My profession as a Safety Professional at Yale EHS for the last 23 years has been an enlightening experience. Outside of work, I enjoy Hiking, Biking, and Skiing with my family and serve as the Vice President for the FCRTTA representing Cheshire (Farmington Canal Heritage Trail).