HURON – Mark Robish, who served on the Huron City Commission for 14 years, has announced his intention to run for Mayor of Huron.
“Our neighbors, we’ve got to take care of them,” Robish said, referring to both neighboring towns and those within the city limits that are neighbors. “The mayor of Huron is focused within the city limits, but what we do as a city impacts much farther - and can do even more.”
Robish says that in his time on commission, he witnessed plenty of growth in the city, both in general population and businesses, and he states that the city is an attractive place to come because of a combination of the area schools, friendliness, affordable housing, and a dedication to hard work by people in the town.
“If you can work hard, you can get anything done,” Robish stated.
Robish said he is focusing his mayoral campaign around the message, “Leadership that serves the community.”
He and his wife Lori, a registered nurse at Huron Regional Medical Center, have lived in Huron for 37 years.
The combined City Commission, Mayor and Huron School Board election is April 9.