Noelle Licor

For Hillsborough
County Commission District 4


Where I Stand


Noelle Licor -
"I am deeply vested in this community, and will try my very best to fight for what you,
the people of Hillsborough County want."

I have spent most of my life in East and South Hillsborough County. I grew up in Riverview, graduating from Riverview High School. I also attended East Bay High where I met my husband, David. We have lived in Ruskin for over 15 years. We have two children and have been active in our community over the years with Boys Scouts, 4-H/STEAM, JROTC, Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful and Camp Bayou Outdoor Learning Center. 

I have dedicated my life as a community advocate and environmental educator. My love for our beautiful community is the driving force in my decision to run in District 4.

For years, our county has thrived with amazing growth and development, yet that same growth has put a strain on our community. Multitudes of voices, from our farmers to our suburban communities, have gone unheard in the pursuit of irresponsible development.

I am well-informed of the many issues facing our County because of my years of service as a local advocate. Our County must adapt the approach to our growth so we can meet the needs of the people we serve. I am passionate about increasing the quality of life for our community by supporting efficient, effective and safe infrastructure that supports residents and businesses.

For years I have been working hard to fight the reckless and irresponsible growth management that has been occurring for decades. I’ve exposed conflicts of interest hiding within our county government. I fought the removal of safe bus transportation for our most vulnerable school children and I advocated for school crossing guards and crosswalks.

I promise to fight for our families, our businesses, and our community.

Urban Sprawl Costs Us All

Urban sprawl is the unrestricted development of housing over large sections of land, with little concern for urban planning.
Urban Sprawl has been occurring in the South and East part of Hillsborough County for several years now and has negatively affected the rural areas as well as the urban areas.

Infrastructure

We need 31 new schools in the next 15 years in South Hillsborough County alone. Currently, most of our school are over capacity.
Hillsborough County needs about 25 new fire stations right now, with the biggest need being in South Hillsborough County. 
Almost ALL of our roads in Hillsborough County are substandard and many are dangerous. It is time to increase funding for infrastructure and do so without raising taxes.

Water Woes

South Hillsborough County has been designated a Water Use Caution Area by the Southwest Florida Water Management District.
A
Water Use Caution Area, or WUCA, is an area where regional action is necessary to address cumulative water withdrawals which are causing or may cause adverse impacts to the water and related natural resources or the public interest. 

South Hillsborough County has been placed on water restrictions for two years. We are running out of drinking water from the aquifer and many residents are suffering with low water pressure.

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