Ask us your burning questions about L.A. and California

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LOS ANGELES, CA - DECEMBER 27, 2019 - Snow covered San Gabriel Mountains provide a wintery backdrop for the downtown Los Angeles skyline on December 27, 2019. Snow is the remnants of two storms that recently passed through the Southland. Another storm is expected to bring more rain to the region on Sunday. (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)
What do you want to know about L.A.? (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)

The L.A. Times is interested in asking questions, finding answers and learning more about the place we live. That's a big part of what we do. We also know that there are so many questions we haven't had a chance to ask or even think of.

That's why we are reaching out to our community of readers to hear what questions you have. We'll be answering questions like: How did “Silicon Beach” become a thing? How did the wind farms outside Palm Springs come to be?

We'll be starting in the business department, so please submit your burning questions about housing, energy, labor, real estate, tech, development and other business topics.

Once questions are submitted, we’ll let readers vote to decide on which question we’ll answer. If your question is selected, we will follow up with you.

Fill out the survey below to send in your question, and let us know what you've been wondering about.

This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times.

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