Roger Allen Nutt, 50, a life long resident of Spartanburg County, currently serves as Vice-Chairman of Spartanburg County Council and as the Representative for County Council District 6 and is a Project Engineer for Spartanburg Sanitary Sewer System and the owner and manager of TNC Engineering, LLC, providing civil engineering design and consulting services.

Born in Johnson City, Tennessee, Roger's family moved to Spartanburg where he started school at West View Elementary in District 6. His family later moved into School District 5 where he completed his primary education and graduated from James F. Byrnes High School in 1984. Roger then attended Tennessee Tech University where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering. After graduation, he went to work for Milliken & Company as an Engineering Manager. After some years in Equipment Engineering with Milliken and MEMC, Inc (Woodruff), Roger joined his family’s business in 1993 where he began what is now known as TNC Engineering, LLC, providing Civil Engineering design within the Upstate and surrounding area. In 2015, Roger joined the team at Spartanburg Water as a Project Engineer.

Roger lives in Moore with his wife, Tracy. He has been a member of the same church congregation for over 48 years, where he has served as Worship leader, Family Ministry Deacon, Life Group and Bible Class teacher. Tracy serves as the Spartanburg Director of the National League of Junior Cotillions and is also heavily involved in Christian service. Roger and Tracy have 3 adult children - Collin, Kaitlin and Luke.

Roger is the Chairman of the Public Works Committee for Spartanburg County, and is a member of the Spartanburg Area Transportation Study (SPATS) Policy Committee, the Appalachian Council Of Governments Board, and the County Transportation Committee Advisory Board  (CTC).  In 2016, Roger was appointed by Governor Haley to serve on The State Workforce Development Board.

Roger is a supporter of the NRA and a strong believer and supporter of the U.S. Constitution. His strong belief that government should be limited, yet efficient and effective in its service to the people, along with his support of free market principles and private property rights, helps to guide him in his representation.  Roger has a strong belief that government works best when the citizens become informed and involved - therefore government must be open (honest) and transparent.

Roger is a licensed Professional Engineer in the States of South Carolina and Georgia. He served for 15 years on the Spartanburg County Building Code Board of appeals – 10 years as Chairman. Roger has recently served on the regulatory committee for the Spartanburg HBA and has worked as a member of the Regulatory and Legislative Policy Committee for Western Carolina Regional Sewer Authority’s 20-Year Strategic Plan.  Roger served as a member of the SJWD Water Commission for (3) years.

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