Several dozen people turned out Tuesday night to weigh in on the future of Topeka and Shawnee County.
It was the final community meeting to get public input on the draft Heartland Visioning Strategic Plan.
Heartland Visioning executive director William Beteta says more than 2000 people have been contacted over the past two months through meetings and presentations. People were also invited to share their thoughts through Heartland Visioning's web site
Those comments will be used to make improvements to the plan. The document sets out a vision for where Topeka and Shawnee County want to be. It covers areas such as education, quality of life, infrastructure, economic development, government and the private sector.