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City of Carnation

Council Position No. 3

Tim Harris

Tim Harris

33085 NE 42ND PL


(360) 348-6348

Education: Completed 2 years at California State University Sacramento
Occupation: Data and Applied Scientist, Microsoft

In keeping the promise I made four years ago, I’ve pushed Carnation’s council to update our housing plans to align with State and County infrastructure investments by cutting planned residential growth over 50%.  I’ve represented Carnation at the County to challenge additional sewer costs and pushed for investments in roads.  I’ve identified and eliminated waste and abuse in Carnation’s finances, freeing resources for the city to focus on parks, alleys, roads, and services.  I’ve championed diversification of the city’s revenues to reduce reliance on residential property taxes, and pushed to hire an economic development professional to make it real.


Managing change is critical to prevent getting steamrolled by it.  We must be smart about our policies and investments.  We need to keep pressure on State and County government to do their part.  Together, we can preserve our small town’s quality of life.  Please vote for me on November 7th.

Brodie Nelson

Brodie Nelson

PO BOX 1132


(425) 281-3102

Education: University of Washington
Occupation: Technical Support Manager

My roots are in the Snoqualmie Valley and I graduated from Mount Si Highschool 96’ and the University of Washington 08’.  My family has lived in Carnation for the last 10 years and our two youngest daughters attend Carnation Elementary and our oldest is at Tolt middle school.  I live in a multi-generational home within the downtown core and understand what our community past has been and the challenges it faces in the future. 


We need a leader that can work to bring our community together and focus on our common interests while promoting common sense politics.  We need a leader that represents our growing number of families and has direct interest and experience in Carnation schools.  I am that Leader.


My endorsements include former Carnation Mayors Kim Lisk and Jim Berger and as your Council member I will work to improve our town while working to bring Carnation together!

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