Scrofano runs for Stroud Township Supervisor

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Stroud Township – Christine A. Scrofano has entered the race as a Republican Candidate for the Stroud Township Supervisor position in the May 17th Municipal Primary Election.

Scrofano, a resident of Stroud Township for nearly her entire life, began her professional life career in 1991 when she obtained her real estate salespersons license.  She currently serves as a Vice President/Associate Broker with Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Wilkins & Associates and has been with them since 2002.  Prior to 2002, she was a Realtor/Property Manager for Penn Mountain Realty, specializing in sales, rentals and property management for primarily the Penn Estates Community.   Scrofano also was a resident of Penn Estates in its very beginning, lived their between 1980 and 1988 and then again in the mid 90’s.

In addition to her real estate life career, Scrofano has been employed in the resort industry.

Scrofano has participated in the annual American Cancer Society Relay for Life, organized blood drives for the American Red Cross at Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Wilkins & Associates,  participated in the out reach to “Seniors at Risk” training, and is a graduate of Leadership Pike.

Also, Scrofano is an active member of the Pocono Mountains Association of Realtors® (PMAR), currently chairing the Social/Planning Committee, and serving on the By-Laws Committee.  Previously, Scrofano has served as Director on the Board of Directors of the PMAR and chaired their Community Service Committee

In addition, Scrofano served on the Penn Estates Real Estate Committee and participated in the Penn Estates Real Estate Panel.

Most recently, Scrofano was appointed by the Stroud Township Supervisors as an alternate for the Stroud Township Zoning Hearing Board.  Scrofano was inducted at the March 3rd Stroud Township Zoning Hearing Board meeting.

Scrofano has shown her commitment to her community through her former service in the Kiwanis Club of Stroudsburg and Kiwanis Club of Delaware Valley, where she served as both President, Director and is a founding charter member.  Scrofano was a recipient of the Kiwanis Lieutenant Governor Special REC Award, Division 7.  Scrofano served on the Day Street Advisory Board through “Friends of the Stroud Region Open Space and Recreation”.  Scrofano participated in Career Day at Dingmans Delaware Middle School and participated in “Reading Around the World” in the Elementary schools.

At Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Wilkins & Associates, Scrofano received the Outstanding Realtor® of the Year Award, Certificate of Achievement, the Helping Hands Award and the PAR Club of Excellence Gold Award.

Scrofano’s political platform, if elected, centers on the maintaining of the township budget for the community.  It is her primary concern.

While Scrofano understands that real estate taxes have been on everyone’s agenda, it will be Scrofano’s political platform that it begins with the township budget.  The controlling of spending and making cuts where needed is increasingly important without detrimentally affecting the community in which the Stroud Township residents live.

Scrofano, if elected, would also look at areas within the township that could possibly be rezoned to allow for more attractive development, review large expenditures and determine if they need a “second look”, revitalize zoning that could help revitalize Stroud Township where needed while maintaining the beauty of the area.

Scrofano plans on attending the March 10th Monroe County Republican Committee meeting at the Pocono Inn.