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Kenny Slaught – Supports Reliance On Hoover Dam For Water, Power

The room contains 16 big generators as well as a smaller one that acts like two. Together, they offer hydroelectric energy to 15 regions situated nearby, including some Native American tribes. Southern California uses 28% of the energy, Nevada uses 23%, while Arizona takes up 18%. About 90% of the water in Las Vegas comes from the dam, which is managed by the United States Bureau of Reclamation. Its lake, called Lake Mead, can be one of the biggest water reservoirs in the US at full capacity. It is one of the country’s most beautiful spots to see.
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Kenny Slaught Notes California’s Natural Charm

In 1925, city planners founded development controls to avoid the Spanish structures from being destroyed. The city was the first in the US to consider the significance of historic buildings. Regulations were set in place to to protect parks and structures, and legal protection for historical landmarks was started in 1960. Read more: Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught And California’s Real Estate Market

The fact that undeveloped land is not available in California, especially in Los Angeles and San Francisco where the prices are too high, is why the state’s property market is changing. There are also many delays in construction of new buildings, as Kenny Slaught notes. This results in most homeowners renovating their current homes instead… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught On Low Rates Inside California’s Hot Market

Those who want to buy a house on the West Coast must pay a very high price, even when choosing less modern properties. The values of the houses have been increasing continuously since 2008. Kenny Slaught uses the Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller home price index to disclose that when analyzing the evolution of the market… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught – California Architectural Traditions Stand Tall

The most interesting buildings in Santa Barbara are the hundreds of years old Hotel Virginia, the Old Mission’s towers were events are celebrated, and the antique El Pueblo Viejo district, situated downtown. The County Courthouse features richly colored tiles, while the clock tower and observation deck have a scenic view over Santa Barbara.  George Washington Smith… Continue Reading

Real Estate Professional Kenny Slaught – Discusses How the Architecture Was Inspired in Santa Barbara

Kenny Slaught reflects on the keen eye and overall artistic excellence George Washington Smith brought to Santa Barbara. It has been almost 100 years since the famous architect inspired the California movement called the Spanish Colonial revival. He actually dropped out of Harvard to work as a bond trader. Once he became a successful businessman,… Continue Reading