City of Denver's CFO stepping down; is a run for governor ahead?

DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Cary Kennedy, the City and County of Denver's chief financial officer, will step down Feb. 11, Mayor Michael Hancock's office announced Monday.

Since 2011, Kennedy has been CFO and manager of the city's Department of Finance's six divisions and 411 employees, as well as overseer of the money behind Denver's major projects and initiatives.

"This is a good time for me to step down," Kennedy said. "I'm proud of what I've been able to work on. The city's in strong financial shape.

"We moved a lot of exciting projects forward," she added, referencing the planned redevelopment of the National Western Stock Show complex— which Denver voters approved last November — and "Airport City," Hancock's proposal to develop land at Denver International Airport for business purposes.

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