San Leandro Wind Turbine Stirs Controversy 

A 104-foot-tall turbine proposed for the bay shoreline would benefit only one business.

Nearly every evening, Lula Tsegay, with her five-year-old son in tow, walks the scenic trail along San Lorenzo Creek that stretches from behind her home at the Heron Bay housing development to protected marshlands along San Francisco Bay. She purchased the home…

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