There’s a statewide, electronic meeting tonight about the state’s future. The “Iowa 2010 project” will air a 30-minute taped program at 6:30 oncommercial television stations. Then, starting at seven o’clock, anhour-long call in program will be held on Iowa Public Television. GovernorVilsack is spearheading the project to come up with a strategic plan for thestate’s future.David Oman, the co-chair of the Iowa 2010 council, says they’ve already heldsix town meetings.Betsy Brandsgard, Iowa 2010 council co-chair, says Iowans are not shy aboutsharing their ideas about the best way to grow the state.Tonight’s 30-minute program will air at 6:30 on the following t-v stations: K-W-W-L in Waterloo, W-Q-A-D in the Quad Cities, K-C-C-I in Des Moines,K-M-T-V in Omaha, K-T-V-O in Ottumwa, K-I-M-T in Mason City and K-T-I-V inSioux City. Then at seven o’clock, the call-in program will air on IowaPublic Television, linking Iowans at Iowa Communications Network sites atClarinda High School, Muscatine High School, East High in Sioux City andHawkeye Community College in Waterloo.
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