By Martin Ricard, STAFF WRITER
The Daily Review
February 18, 2007
SAN LEANDRO — It sits in the northeastern-most part of the city, bordered by MacArthur Boulevard, Durant Avenue and
Foothill Boulevard, Interstate 580 and the East Oakland border, invisible to most passers-by.
The less-than-a-mile stretch, a hodgepodge of homes and residents, composes the remote neighborhood. Unlike most other areas in the city, it doesn’t have a homeowners association or even a formal name.
Most people probably wouldn’t look twice when they pass it on their way to Oakland or back into the city, but to the residents the neighborhood is simply known as the Forgotten Triangle. Continue reading