EDITOR’S NOTE: The time to submit questions has now passed. We appreciate everyone getting involved in the first part of this ongoing series. While there were many good questions, we have selected 10 that we think cover a wide range of city issues. The mayor’s answers to your questions will be published Thursday, and the next public official to answer your questions will be named Friday.
In an effort to keep readers better informed about and involved with community issues, San Jose Inside will unveil several new features in the coming weeks. Some might be a hit. Others… well, you will let us know.
The first new weekly feature will allow readers to become reporters and ask questions.If you’ve ever wondered why a certain question wasn’t posed, this will be your opportunity to step forward and ask. Each Friday, SJI will announce a person who has agreed to be interviewed, and we will leave it to readers to come up with the questions in the comments section. The cutoff to submit questions will be 5pm Monday. Not every question will be included.
We will post questions and the public figure’s answers in a Q&A format each Thursday. If an answer seems incomplete or unsatisfactory, SJI will do its best to follow up.
To begin the Q&A series, Mayor Chuck Reed has agreed to answer your questions.
The ball’s now in your court. What would you like to know? Post your questions here.