Alameda , California

Alameda is located on Alameda Island and Bay Farm Island and is east of San Francisco, across the San Francisco Bay. The land Alameda occupies was originally a peninsula connected to the city of Oakland. The area was called Encinal, Spanish for "forest of evergreen oak." The inhabitants of the area at the time of the arrival of the Spanish in the late 18th century were a band of the Ohlone tribe. The city was founded on June 6, 1853, and the town originally contained three small settlements. In 1902, a canal was dredged through the marshland between Oakland and Alameda in order to allow for expanded shipping facilities. This turned Alameda into an island. In 1917, an attraction called Neptune Beach was built which was often compared to Coney Island. It remained until 1940. The city of Alameda today has a total area of 23 square miles, 12.3 square miles of which are water. The region experiences warm and dry summers and about 20 inches of rain a year. The 2010 US Census reported a population of just over 70,000. The aircraft carrier USS Harnet, a museum ship, has been moored at the former Naval Air Station in Alameda since 1998. Alameda is also known for its Victorian houses.

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An attorney for more than 25 years, Elizabeth Agmon Gayle has worked on both sides of the consumer products fence. Ms. Gayle spent the first 12 years of her career representing major product manufacturers, including a major automobile maker, before devoting herself to practicing consumer law for more than 15 years. She has gained notoriety in her efforts for consumers in the Lemon Law arena. Popularly known as the "Lemon Law," the Song–Beverly Consumer Warranty Act in California protects consumers against defective new and used vehicles. It helps to have an expert on your side, and Attorney Gayle has the expertise and experience to help you navigate the often murky waters surrounding your rights under the Lemon Law. Regardless of the outcome, the Law Offices of Elizabeth Agmon Gayle will not charge its clients any legal fees.

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