Iowa Republican Senator Chuck Grassley will hold five town hall meetings in Iowa during the week of April 14th, as part of his annual 99-county tour. Grassley has held a meeting in each of Iowa’s 99 counties at least once every year since he was first elected to the U.S. Senate. On April 14th, 15th and 16th, Grassley will be in Corning, Hamburg, Woodbine, Harlan and Audubon. The town meetings are open to the public.
Grassley starts off his day April 14th with an Adams County Town Meeting at Boz’ Kitchen (613 Davis Ave.) in Corning, from 7:30-to 8:30-a.m. Later that afternoon, he’ll hold a Fremont County Town Meeting in the dining room at the George C. Grape Community Hospital in Hamburg. The meeting takes place from 3:30-to 4:30-p.m.
On April 15th, a Harrison County Town Meeting will be held from 2:45-to 3:45-pm at the Main Street Station (303 Walker St.), in Woodbine. An hour later (4:45-to 5:45-pm), he’ll be in Harlan for a Shelby County Town Meeting at Shelby County DevelopSource (1901 Hawkeye Ave.) in Harlan. And on April 16th, Grassley will hold an Audubon County Town Meeting in the Community Room at Audubon County Economic Development (800 Market St.), from 8-to 9-am.
Iowa’s senior Senator says “Representative government is a two-way street. It’s strengthened by dialogue between elected officials and the people we represent.” He added “I appreciate the opportunity to hold town meetings, answer questions and take comments.”