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You have questions, we have answers.But first, we need your help deciding the next topic The Columbian’s reporters will pursue as part of our Clark Asks feature.The questions for this month’s voting round come from three local readers who reached out through our Clark Asks page to take part in our community-led reporting project.You have the option of choosing one of these three questions:• “I’m curious what the future holds for Waterworks Park? Will the amphitheater ever be utilized again?” from Sara Morse of Vancouver.• “What is the history and story behind the mural and clock courtyard area at the intersection of Fourth Plain and Gher Road?” from a reader in Vancouver who identified herself only as Lauren.• “What happens to campaign money after the elections? Who monitors these funds and how often? Is that information available to the public?” from Kathy Heinemann of Vancouver.The voting round continues until May 26 at www.columbian.com/clark-asks/. We will announce the winner once the voting is done and get to work on the story.If your favorite doesn’t get the most votes, don’t worry: We often pursue second- and third-place stories, as well. They’re all good questions. It’s just that the top vote-getter gets top priority.