A contest to name the city of Monona's new low-power FM radio station is complete.
Contestants submitted more than 100 entries and expressed interest in being involved in the station's future.
The ctiy will announce the contest winner at a public meeting on Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. at the Monona Community Center.
In a news release Monday, Mayor Bob Miller said he looks forward to the new station and what it can bring to the community.
“Citizens of Monona will have a wonderful platform to express themselves, while also receiving information about Monona events, city plans, and most importantly, public safety information," he said. He also sees the station as an opportunity for residents outside of Monona to experience the city.
According to Monona resident and chair of the Radio Committee Lindsay Wood Davis, the station will be "hyper-local" and completely volunteer.