Wednesday, February 15, 2006

And. . .We're Back!

Welcome back to the Logan Circle News blog. We're returning after a long winter break with some changes to announce.

First, Logan Circle News will now be maintained by the Logan Circle Community Association (LCCA). We hope to eventually roll it over to our primary website ( http://www.logancircle.org/) so we can take advantage of more functionality and features.

Second, we'd like to thank Chris Kohatsu for her tireless efforts, energy and enthusiasm in inspiring, monitoring, and maintaining the blog since its inception last year. Chris has turned over the reins to us, and we hope to continue in her footsteps by using the blog as an informal way for us all to stay connected. So please keep your thoughts and posts coming - we encourage you to contact us with any important information for the community.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Welcome back! We've missed you. . .

Anonymous said...

Very glad you're back. The blog is an important vehicle for sharing information and making our neighborhood safer.

Anonymous said...

I'm glad your back, this blog is a good resource.

But, don't change. I like the blog format and think the postings would get lost in the shuffle of the other materials on the LCCA webpage.

Jennifer T said...

No worries! We're definitelly keeping the blog format - just moving it over eventually to the LCCA website. We're also in the process of redesiging our LCCA website so everything will be much easier to use. Stay tuned for a poll on what features you'd most want to see on our new website. Suggestions welcome!

dc gal said...

Welcome back. You were missed.

KOB said...

I hope you keep the blog format. IMHO, this blog is an emerging neighborhood role model for DC. This city has too many inconsequential neighborhood web sites and insular and clubby and mailing list. This blog has been a standout exception.

Anonymous said...

Good to see the blog active again but please don't incorporate it into the LCCA website! You had your little "bulletin board" area already that was grossly under-used and pretty boring so why mess with this? I also wonder if the success of this blog was due in part to the fact that it seemed (in spite of Chris's positions) independent of both the ANC and the LCCA giving residents a third option. I'd hate for this to become a mouthpiece for either organization.

mitch said...

I would say not to combine the websites. I found the LCCA website hard to follow. This format is perfect.

DeAnn said...

Thanks for all your hard work Chris K!