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As 2013 draws to a close, the most avid Washington City Paper readers are likely shaking their heads in dismay at all the stuff we missed. Fortunately, there’s an outlet for your frustration. The annual Answers Issue is a chance for you to put us to work, assigning us to go out and report on whatever burning questions about the city you may have, big or small, serious or silly. You ask, we answer.

Last year, on the development beat, you wanted to know why the streets in Columbia Heights branch out at weird angles (a combination of history and topography), what the deal was with the long-vacant property at 14th and G streets NW (years of litigation), why it was taking so long to repave Sherman Avenue (utilities, mostly), and whether there were any neighborhoods that weren’t gentrifying (yes)—-along with lots of other stuff.

What’s on your mind this year? Follow this link to submit questions. Ask as many questions as you like. Your wish is our command.

Once more: the link.