As the Aurora Sentinel reports, 43-year-old Timothy Hogan is one of four finalists to be selected to complete the remaining term of late Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan, who died last month after battling cancer:
Last month, just a few days after his dad died from cancer, Hogan filed paperwork to replace him as Aurora’s mayor. City Council whittled the list of mayoral finalists to four last week and is expected to appoint a new mayor in the coming days.
The other three finalists — Bob LeGare, Renie Peterson and Debi Hunter-Holen — are all current or former city council members, prominent from years spent on the council dais.
Hogan is a registered Republican and the chief operating officer of a company called Elite Sterling Security, which sells body armor. The Aurora City Council must choose one person from the four finalists to fill the remainder of Steve Hogan’s term, which expires in 2019.