Plattsburgh, NY – 07/24/2012 – The discussion begun by Vision2Action (V2A) on the state of transportation in Clinton County continues this Thursday, July 26 at 8pm on Mountain Lake Journal. This special live call-in program will be hosted by Thom Hallock.
Panelists specializing in local transportation issues will take questions from a live studio audience, viewers that call in, and from conversations on Facebook. Panelists include Bruce Carlin, of Media Central, and head of the V2A Transportation Taskforce; Phil Von Bargen, Head of planning for the Town of Plattsburgh; Colin Read, Professor of Economics at SUNY Plattsburgh and Partnership for Community Development member; Michelle Powers, Vice President of Marketing for the North Country Chamber of Commerce; and James Bosely, planning technician for Clinton County.
Questions for can be called in during the program, or sent in advance by posting on the Vision2Action Facebook page (facebook.com/vision2action).
The mission of Vision2Action is to create a vibrant community where families can thrive. Identified as an essential component of a thriving community, transportation is the third of four topics that will be addressed by Vision2Action this year.
Alice Recore, President and CEO of Mountain Lake PBS, is also a Vision2Action member. “I’m proud that Mountain Lake PBS has a role to play in this discussion. Our strategic plan challenges us to become the convener of organizations working to strengthen this community, and the mission of Vision2Action is a perfect fit,” said Recore.
Watch Mountain Lake Journal on Thursday, July 26 at 8pm to learn more about Vision2Action initiatives, and the economic impact of the transportation.
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