Do you wish to ask the Mayor of London about specific crime, transport or planning issues in your borough?
Well, the Observer has arranged for Boris Johnson to respond directly to your questions regarding his first eight months in charge.
The Conservative former MP for Henley, who ousted independent-turned-Labour politician Ken Livingstone in May 2008, is keen to hear from readers who want to quiz him about Harrow - which he visited three times during the election campaign - and Brent.
We will choose the 10 most pertinent queries for each borough, and Mr Johnson's replies will be published in the Observer of Thursday February 19.
Crime is one of the mayor's priorities so it is timely that last week he oversaw the appointment of Sir Paul Stephenson to the post the Metropolitan Police Commissioner.
Mr Johnson took over as chair of the Metropolitan Police Authority in October 2008 and ordered a review of plans to build new police stations, including Harrow's proposed super station. He banned the consumption of alcohol on public transport.
Furthermore, Transport for London comes under the Mayor's remit: he has pledged to fight the expansion of Heathrow Airport and scrap the bendy buses in favour of reintroducing the Routemaster.
New trains will come to the Metropolitan line under his watch and he has already allowed motorbikes to use bus lanes.
Readers may wish to ask about planning or housing since City Hall has the power to effectively block large planning applications and Mr Johnson's draft revisions to the capital's planning blueprint, the London Plan - which would supersede any policies agreed locally - would affect how our boroughs will look.
The Tory politician also cancelled his precedecessor's The Londoner newssheet and saw his deputy mayor for youth, Ray Lewis, resign.
Other topics of interest could include culture, sport, business or the 2012 Olympic Games.
GOT A QUESTION FOR BORIS?
Send your question for the Mayor of London, along with your name, address and contact number, via e-mail to email@example.com or write to: Ian Proctor, Harrow Observer, Gazette House, 28 Bakers Road, Uxbridge, UB8 1RG, by 5pm on Wednesday February 11.