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For the first time since our launch in January, we covered a news event last week on Twitter, offering tweets from the San Francisco Board of Supervisors Budget and Finance Committee meeting, and it seemed to be quite a hit with our followers on Twitter.

We’ll be doing that more often, but we want to remind those of you who aren’t following us to do so! In fact, we’ll like to do a little drive. Help us reach 1,000 followers! Tell your Twitter followers to join us too!

We realize we probably won’t ever reach Ashton Kutcher status but we can build a Twitter audience with your help. We’ll be offering tweets from tomorrow’s San Francisco Board of Supervisors meeting, when the MTA budget is expected to be rejected. 

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