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October 26, 2012 11:41 PM UTC

Hancock's Cabinet Now Complete

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  • by: Colorado Pols

After more than 460 days since his swearing in, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock has finally filled out his cabinet, today announcing the appointment of Rocky Piro as Denver’s Manager of Community Planning and Development.

From Hancock’s office:

In his capacity as manager, Piro will be responsible for implementing visionary city planning and ensuring safe, responsible, sustainable building throughout Denver.

“A smart, 21st century planning department depends on innovative ideas,” Mayor Hancock said. “Rocky brings with him the knowledge to enact a global vision for Denver to help spur economic development while reinforcing the city’s goals around sustainability and livability for our neighborhoods.”

The Department of Community Planning and Development is in charge of managing, planning and building within Denver, including designing and implementing citywide and neighborhood plans, establishing construction and design standards, coordinating revitalization efforts, managing historic preservation and performing code enforcement and education.

Supervising “managing, planning, and building within Denver” is obviously critically important in shaping the city, so some may question the wisdom in waiting fifteen months to find the right candidate. And, if Piro is responsible for “implementing visionary city planning and ensuring safe, responsible, sustainable building throughout Denver,” what kind of development, exactly, has been going on since last June?

The flip side of the argument is, of course, that Hancock took the time to pick the perfect guy for the job.

That must’ve been one hell of a long interview.

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