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Council Position No. 4

Heather Popp

Heather Popp


MILTON, WA 98354

(253) 227-3315

Education: I graduated from Mills College with a BA in economics in 1997.
Occupation: I have worked in employee benefits administration and office management.

I moved to Milton in 2004 because I appreciated the small-town feel. Milton is a close-knit and vibrant community. Whether we are lifelong residents or newly arrived, we all know we have found something special here.


I have regularly attended Milton City Council meetings and understand the issues facing the city. Over the years I’ve watched the Council grapple with issues around growth, roads and an aging electrical grid. We must balance fiscal restraint with the needs of our community. We need to protect our seniors and others on fixed incomes from tax and fee increases while maintaining a high level of service. We must monitor growth to ensure that it meets the needs of current residents while welcoming new citizens. Traffic and pedestrian safety, along with increasing crime are top priorities that must be addressed with common-sense approaches.


I would be honored if you entrust me with your vote.

Tim Ceder

Tim Ceder


MILTON, WA 98354

(253) 223-7463

Education: Bachelor's in English, University of Washington; Juris Doctorate, University of Oregon School of Law.
Occupation: Assistant Attorney General, Washington Attorney General's Office.

I am a lifelong Milton resident and a practicing attorney for the state. Previously, I worked as a woodworker and served ten years on active duty in the U.S. Navy JAG Corps.

Since being appointed to Council this year, I have advocated locally and regionally for Milton’s interests. I have been involved in budget policy, contract approvals, and code revisions. My record proves that I approach every decision fully informed to appropriately spend funds and prepare Milton for the future.

As we confront growth around us, we must make deliberate decisions that preserve Milton’s small-town charm while remaining a welcoming community. As your representative, I will increase pedestrian safety, secure continued clean water access, reduce the impact of cut-through traffic, and enhance our parks. I will listen to each neighborhood’s needs to find solutions that work for all of Milton. I would be honored to have your vote.

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