2016 Queen Creek Town Council candidate Stacy Portonova

Stacy Portonova

Stacy Portonova

 

Stacy Portonova
Age: 52
Education: Bachelor’s degree in political science, Arizona State University. Minored in justice studies.
Present or most recent business/employment: Paralegal for Ellsworth Family Law.
Previous public office, boards and commissions (and what years): Active in the equestrian community of Queen Creek and have served in a volunteer capacity for numerous events at Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Centre and other community outreach projects.
If elected, what will you accomplish in your first 100 days in office?: My goal as a council member is to reach out to the community and be available to the community in order to ascertain the wants and needs of Queen Creek residents, both old and new, to ensure that the residents of Queen Creek have an active voice in the decisions of town council.
What are your hopes for the town of Queen Creek?: I would like to see Queen Creek grow and prosper, but would also like to see efforts made to maintain the hometown feel that so many of us love about Queen Creek. I also believe we need to have a healthy respect for our long-time residents so that we ensure that their opinions are considered and voices heard when it comes to working toward healthy growth in the common interest of all. I am a supporter of Horseshoe Park and other equestrian events and would also like to see the park utilized for many other events, both equestrian and non-equestrian. In summary, I love the community of Queen Creek and its heritage and I want to see that preserved as the town grows and prospers.
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Website: Stacy Portonova QC Town Council
E-mail: StacyPortonova@gmail.com
Campaign office phone number: 480-250-3180.

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