These were among the most-read stories by Piedmont Patch viewers this past week:
Five Piedmont homes — at a range of prices — are open for viewing this weekend.
At the only the place that sells made-to-order food in Piedmont, Mulberry's Market, the most popular choice on the expansive sandwich board is probably the cold "Settlemonster," followed closely by the hot "See Jane."
The city of Piedmont has resumed negotiations with the Piedmont Recreational Facilities Organization over unpaid costs related to the aborted plan for a sports field complex in Blair Park, according to City Administrator Geoff Grote.
Check out this 8,600-square-foot home on La Salle Avenue and see what it's selling for.
The Piedmont police log for March 4-11 includes the theft of $300 from petty cash at the Piedmont pool, a stolen Honda Accord, two stolen bikes found, a key taken from under a front mat, and three cases each of auto burglary and identity theft.
The cost of installing license plate readers on poles at all entrances and exits of Piedmont could exceed $1 million, also include ongoing service fees and require an additional police detective, according to a police report released Thursday.
And the week's most popular blog: Piedmont Oakland Real Estate is Back! by Anian Tunney.
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