Centennial

Centennial swears in new mayor pro tem

Stephanie Piko, district 4, replaces C.J. Whelan

Posted 3/14/17

Stephanie Piko was unanimously elected mayor pro tem by her fellow Centennial City councilmembers at the March 6 council meeting.

Centennial City Judge Ford Wheatley officially swore in Piko, who is replacing C.J. Whelan, whose one-year term as …

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Centennial

Centennial swears in new mayor pro tem

Stephanie Piko, district 4, replaces C.J. Whelan

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Stephanie Piko was unanimously elected mayor pro tem by her fellow Centennial City councilmembers at the March 6 council meeting.

Centennial City Judge Ford Wheatley officially swore in Piko, who is replacing C.J. Whelan, whose one-year term as may pro tem ended but remains on council.

“It is a privilege to be able to serve my community in this new capacity,” Piko, who represents District 4, said in a news release.

Piko moved to Centennial in 2001 with her husband and two sons, according to the city’s website. She has been the director of information technology for Intelinet Imaging since 2010.

Piko also is involved in the Centennial FiberWorks Commission, Cherry Creek Basin Water Quality Authority, Southeast Metro Stormwater Authority and the Arapahoe Park and Recreation District, among other groups.

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