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A Community Connected: Downtown is Twitter Crazy

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Eric Richardson at blogdowntown notes that everyone from coffeeshops to LA Live to condo buildings are on Twitter. What's missing from the list? The government entities in the region. No Councilmembers Jan Perry or Jose Huizar, no Community Redevelopment Agency, no neighborhood council, no LAPD Central Division. Considering the City Council mandated that all agencies explore Twitter, this could change soon. You can follow LAist on Twitter here.

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