Another Programming Note…

I wanted to say thanks for the tweets, stories, emails and every other way people showed support after Thursday’s announcement.  We’re excited about the next steps we’re taking and it’s good to know so many of you are backing what we’re trying to do.  It’s also really gratifying to be able to keep writing to all of you through Streetsblog after having to make the kind of announcement we made last week.

Special thanks to The Source, LA Weekly and Biking In L.A. for their kind words.

But, as I said before; this isn’t the end but a beginning.  I’ll make sure to keep everyone up to date on what we’re doing both here and on our twitter feed.  This is more exciting than scary, at least at this point.

So thanks again, and we’ll talk soon,

Damien

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