Councilman Tim Scott became the second African-American elected to the Carlisle Borough Council in 2001 and was re-elected in 2005 and 2009. A 1988 graduate of Carlisle High School, Tim received a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from Old Dominion University in 1992. Tim is currently employed as a policy analyst for the Democratic Caucus of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives specializing in telecommunications, natural gas and broadband/cable issues. Tim is also the chairperson of the Community Planning/Quality of Life Committee for Carlisle Borough and co-chair of the Council's Historic District Guideline Review Committee and vice-chairman of the Parks and Recreation Committee. In addition to his duties as a third-term member of Carlisle Borough, Tim serves on several volunteer boards and associations, including Hope Station Neighborhood Advisory Council, Carlisle Regional Performing Arts Center, First Night Carlisle, and Carlisle Disc Golf Association. Tim's priorities on Council include continuing the revitalization of Carlisle's downtown, improving the quality of life for all Carlisle residents through traffic calming, decreasing the cost of Carlisle government operations and investing in Carlisle's infrastructure. His current Council term will expire on December 31, 2013.
Councilman Scott's official page can be found on the Carlisle Council page here.