Castle Pines residents elect new mayor and five council members
Information provided by the City of Castle Pines
On Monday, January 8, the City of Castle Pines will swear in Tera Radloff as the community’s third mayor in the City’s young history (see related story page 40), as well as five new City Council members. Radloff will vacate her seat representing Ward 1 when she is sworn in, and City Council will then have 60 days to fill the vacancy.
In addition to the seat to be filled upon Radloff’s departure, the following Council positions will be filled. They were all uncontested races in the recent election and include:
Melissa Coudeyras: Current councilmember representing Ward 1; re-elected to serve a four-year term
Ben Price: Current councilmember representing Ward 2; re-elected to serve a four-year term.
Gregory Fisher: Outgoing city treasurer; elected to a two-year term representing Ward 2
Roger Hudson: First-time candidate elected to a four-year term representing Ward 3
Tracy Engerman: First-time candidate elected to a two-year term representing Ward 3
Residents are invited to attend the final City Council meeting for outgoing members, and the swearing in ceremony of new members on Monday, January 8 at 6 p.m. at City Hall, located at 360 Village Square Lane (inside the library).