Robyn Carnes is a new addition on Centennial City Council


New Centennial City Council Member Robyn Carnes is pictured with her two young sons.

Although one position from each of Centennial’s four voting districts was up for election on November 2, along with the mayor, the only new addition to the council with be Robyn Carnes in Centennial District 1. Carnes, who owns a consulting business that serves clients around the country and recently worked for a national organization that fights sex trafficking, will replace Kathy Turley, who was term-limited and endorsed Carnes to replace her.

Mayor Stephanie Piko was uncontested in her bid for re-election for a second four-year term, as were District 2 Council Member Tammy Maurer and District 3 Council Member Mike Sutherland. In District 4, incumbent Marlo Alston held back challenger Neal Davidson in a 51% to 49% split of 6,909 votes cast.