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An under-construction apartment building in Tysons (staff photo by Jay Westcott)

FFXnow is still a work in progress.

When we merged our Reston Now and Tysons Reporter websites earlier this year, we had a goal of continuing to serve those communities with hyperlocal news while expanding our wider coverage of Fairfax County.

Now, we want to hear from you about how we’re doing. While readership is up since the merger, we know we can do even better.

This morning we’re releasing our biennial reader survey. Your feedback will set the stage for everything we do over the next two years, including adjustments to our news coverage mix and the addition of new site features.

If you enjoy reading FFXnow and want to have a voice in how we can best serve your needs, please click the button below.

This year’s survey will close after Sunday, May 15. It should take an average of five minutes to complete. Thank you for helping us continue to improve and grow!

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