Wind power plan worries Heron Bay homeowners
In recent months the company has prepared studies to explain the project and discuss any noise, effects on birds or other environmental consequences arising from the operation of the turbine.
June 21, 2012
by Tom Abate
in San Leandro Patch
San Leandro's dreams of becoming a tech and clean energy hub have come into conflict with the desire of Heron Bay residents to maintain the tranquility of their neighborhood.
And City Hall is stuck in the middle.
In dispute is a plan to erect a 104-foot tall wind power turbine on an industrial site near the point where San Lorenzo Creek empties into the Bay.
The site is home to Halus Power Systems, a small company that, two years ago, bought an empty warehouse in San Leandro. There it now employs 11 people who rebuild used wind turbines and then install the furbished... [continue via Web link]