Have you got a question to ask Bristol mayor George Ferguson? Now's your chance
DO you have a question for Bristol mayor George Ferguson?
Maybe you want to ask him about plans for an arena in Bristol, what he wants to do about transport in the city, or how his first couple of months as mayor have gone.
Or perhaps you have your own "big idea" for the city.
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Tomorrow Mr Ferguson will be answering your questions in his first "#askGeorge" session – which will be broadcast live on The Post's website ThisisBristol.
He says it is all about being "as open and accessible as possible".
A reporter from ThisisBristol will choose from questions submitted by you to cover a range of issues, and ask him live on camera.
Mr Ferguson will then answer as many as he can during the live webcast between 12.15pm and 12.45pm tomorrow.
Mr Ferguson said: "I won't know which questions will be asked to keep me on my toes.
"You'll be able to watch the recording if you miss the live webcast.
"This is part of my desire to be as open and accessible as possible.
"In December I held my first cabinet meeting outside City Hall at the Park in Knowle West – this was very successful and attracted a much bigger attendance from the public than usual. I've pledged to hold at least six cabinet meetings a year in various locations across the city."
He added: "In early March I am planning to hold my first public question time session where members of the public will be able to raise issues with me direct.
"The first one will be here at City Hall, but I hope to stage follow up sessions throughout the city.
"The aim of all the events is to hear direct from you – your big ideas for the city, your thoughts about how services could be improved.
"Together we can make a difference to this great city so do not hold back."
All you need to do is send your questions to us today.
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