Thanks a Million

While I’m going to syndicate some stories a little later today, I’m going to be away from the computer for much of this afternoon so their probably won’t be another "L.A. Only" story.  But before I sign-off for the weekend, I wanted to take a moment to note an L.A. Streetsblog milestone and thank you all for sticking with me through a chaotic last couple of months. 

Earlier this week, L.A. Streetsblog reached its one-millionth page view.  At the rate our readership is growing, it’s going to take a lot less time to reach our two-millionth view; but it goes without saying that Streetsblog wouldn’t have had the success we have had as a news source or activism tool without your help, readership, story suggestions, submissions, and comments.

So, thanks a million.  I’ll see you all on Monday.

  • Ron

    Thank YOU Damien and the rest of your growing crew for covering all of these issues. You’ve already left your mark in this town and the momentum is only growing for a mores sustainable land use and transportation system here in LA.

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