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Most-Read Blog Posts of 2013

All year, bloggers have been sharing their personal stories and opinions on local issues on Patch. Take a look back over the most-read blog posts in 2013.

This year, Patch bloggers have shared their thoughts on everything from local politics and personal finance to religion and homelessness. And our readers have listened — by reading their posts, posting comments and sharing them on social media.

As 2013 comes to a close, we decided to look back at the most-read blog posts on our Peninsula Patch sites. We found everything from personal essays to social criticism. 

So without further ado, take a look back at the most popular Peninsula blog posts from May through December of this year. And remember, everyone can start a blog of their own.

May

Top Post: What Places do YOU Miss in Pacifica?, Pacifica Patch

Author: Deb Wong

Runner Up: Three Seats Open for November Elections on the Belmont-Redwood Shores School Board by J Marshall on Belmont Patch

June

Top Post: Does This Look Like A Boat to You?, Redwood City-Woodside Patch

Author: Lee Callister

Runner Up: Pete's Harbor: Be careful what you wish for by Lou Covey, The Local Motive on Redwood City-Woodside Patch

July

Top Post: Should Kids Get Paid for Good Grades?, Belmont Patch

Author: Nick Sfarzo

Runner Up: Eric Reed: A Pinocchio Award Candidate by Joe Brennan on Belmont Patch

August

Top Post: The Pelican Feeding Frenzy Continues...., Half Moon Bay Patch

Author: Deb Wong

Runner Up: Community Rain Gauge on Montara Mountain by Richard Whitmarsh on Half Moon Bay Patch

September

Top Post: Welcome to my new blog where I will share my thoughts and learnings about various topics and issues that are facing the Belmont-Redwood Shores, Belmont Patch

Author: Amy Koo

Runner Up: Belmont/Redwood Shores School Board Election - Upcoming Candidate Forums by J Marshall on Belmont Patch

October

Top Post: Some School Board Candidates Disregard Campaign Finance Transparency Requirements, Belmont Patch

Author: Jeff Selman

Runner Up: Communication and Transparency by Amy Koo on Belmont Patch

November

Top Post: VOTE NO on MEASURE R, Belmont Patch

Author: Jeroen Regnier

Runner Up: CSUS: Don't Shortchange Belmont by Joe Brennan on Belmont Patch

December

Top Post: DID YOU KNOW that Redwood City is spending more than $800,000 on consultants for the Inner Harbor plan and yet spent only 250,000 for the Downtown plan?, Redwood City-Woodside Patch

Author: Tania Sole

Runner Up: Common Core and More! by Georgia Jack on Redwood City-Woodside Patch

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