The City of Noblesville is proud to announce that Deputy Mayor Michael S. Hendricks is the recipient of the 2013 Ivan H. Brinegar Municipal Management Award. Hendricks was presented with the honor on Monday, October 7, at the 2013 Indiana Association of Cities and Towns (IACT) Annual Conference & Exhibition in Indianapolis. This prestigious award is presented to an appointed municipal official with a minimum of 10 years of city or town service who displays strong leadership, contributes to the community, and serves as a role model to citizens and municipal officials.
Hendricks was the Director of the Noblesville Wastewater Utility prior to being appointed as the Deputy Mayor. He is approaching his 20th year with the City of Noblesville. In addition to his dedication to the City, Hendricks has served on the School Improvement Committee and worked with the former Forest Hill Elementary School to bring “Water Awareness and Conservation” into its third grade classrooms each year. Hendricks now serves on the Noblesville Education Foundation Board of Directors. He is the past president of the Noblesville Midday Rotary Club and a member of the Development Organization Team for Noblesville Youth Sports, which works to unite youth sports organizations within the city.
“Mike’s a hard worker and dedicated not only to the City of Noblesville, but to numerous other organizations. We are so pleased for him to receive this well-earned honor,” said Mayor John Ditslear. “I cannot think of anyone more deserving of the Ivan H. Brinegar Award than Mike.” the Mayor added.
For more information, contact Cara Culp at (317) 776-6367.