Piko named Centennial’s mayor pro tem

Stephanie Piko

Stephanie Piko

By Peter Jones

District 4 Centennial City Councilwoman Stephanie Piko will serve as Centennial’s mayor pro tem for the next 12 months. The first-term city official was elected unanimously by her council colleagues on Feb. 4.

The mayor pro tem leads council meetings and otherwise fills in when the mayor is temporarily unavailable. The position also represents Centennial on the governing board of the south metro area’s Urban Drainage and Flood Control District.

Piko, 43, will receive a slight pay raise from $700 to $750 a month – $100 less than the stipend earned by Mayor Cathy Noon.

Piko was nominated as mayor pro tem by her District 4 colleague Ron Weidmann.

She is the first woman to

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