New Interactive Feature Lets You Help Shape Our Coverage

We have a new feature at NJ Spotlight, one that lets us tailor some of our coverage of critical issues according to questions our readers and members tell us are important to them. It’s another example of our commitment to building an informed and engaged community — and giving readers what they want.

Here’s how it works: Every month we’ll write a story that incorporates reader questions into what we’ll cover. You’ll have a chance to add your input while we’re in the planning stage, by submitting your questions using this online form.

First up, is a story on New Jersey’s drinking water. As our readers know we devote a lot of attention to this subject — from watershed protection to wastewater management, from lead contamination to quality testing.

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