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Poll: What Should Streetsblog Be Covering.

9:35 AM PDT on September 10, 2010

During our "temporary hiatus" we promised you that Streetsblog wouldn't just be coming back, but that we would slowly start adding new features and cover more stories.  While I'm sure you all love our weekly polls, we do have some larger plans in mind.

While we're working on securing the funds to make expansion a reality, I thought we should ask you what kind of stories, you would like to see us cover outside our normal coverage areas.  This will help us as we reach out to funders, and sponsors as we help LA Streetsblog move into the next decade.

If you have a suggestion not on the list, please drop it in the comments.

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