Tim Root (NON) Key West Untility Board Seat C


Tim Root has served on the Utility Board since 2013. He was born and raised in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and traded school, at age 17, for a trade union job building the shipyards in Philadelphia. He moved to Key West in 1987, where he started as a project manager for developer Pritam Singh’s historic structures venture. Mr. Root worked on the Little White House and other downtown Key West projects. In 1998, he helped build Hurricane Hole Marina and was a part-owner for several years. Mr. Root has been a general contractor since 1980 and is currently a construction consultant. He currently serves as a Board member on the Tourist Development Council and has served on the Key West Historic Architectural Review Commission, Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity, and was appointed to the City of Key West Planning Board, and Monroe County’s Affordable Housing Task Force. Mr. Root and his wife Reta have three children and four grandchildren, they live in Key West.







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