Kenny Slaught – Raising Awareness Of Hoover Dam

Kenny Slaught says that the structure was founded between 1931 and 1936, in the times of the Great Depression, and cost $49 million. Although first named Boulder Dam, its name was changed to Hoover Dam as a tribute to President Herbert Hoover and his support of the construction. It can stand over 35.000 cubic kilometers, it is 379 meters long and 221 meters high. The dam provides an annual power of 4.2 kWh2.
 
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Kenny Slaught On History and Architecture in Santa Barbara

This city located north of Los Angeles is popular among tourists, and features amazing structures with a long history. Starting with houses reminiscent if the Spanish era to decorated archways, Santa Barbara was created with an attractive design that also stops growth from getting out of hand. Real estate expert Kenny Slaught explains how the city’s buildings were maintained over the decades.

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Kenny Slaught On Santa Barbara Architecture Scene

The Spanish Colonial revival style was created by architect  George Washington Smith almost a century ago. He quit his Harvard studies to work in bond trading, and moved to Santa Barbara after achieving success. Although planning to retire, Smith continued designing buildings for the community after realizing how much locals loved his home. Today, he is the inspiration to many new artists and considered a founding father to Santa Barbara. Smith used both new and old styles in his work, and his designs are simple yet beautiful. Kenny Slaught says that only a keen eye to detail can create such artistic structures.

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Kenny Slaught Says Good Job Market Really Boosts Home Values

Numerous buyers on the West Coast realize the prices are higher even for older properties due to inflation. The prices have been slowly growing since 2008, According to the Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller index, prices for Los Angeles properties reached their highest point this April. This was the highest point registered since October 2007. The biggest cities in Southern California went back to the prices before recession. Kenny Slaught explains this happened due to interest rates, supply and demand, as well as job growth. As of now, mortgages with a fixed rate over a 30 year period are about 3.5%, almost as low as the 3.31% registered in November 2012. The low rates and job growth, like a 2.4% growth in Los Angeles County, show why prices raised so much. While homes in California have various prices, the value of properties here is higher than any other state except for Hawaii. The supply is not able to meet the demand, and new home owner prefer to choose less expensive condos.

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Kenny Slaught Demonstrates Bold Leadership In Real Estate

Kenny Slaught, CEO of  Investec Real Estate Companies, went through numerous market cycles with his real estate firm. Having worked in the development field for over 3 decades, he bested trends and conquered unexpected variance. Thanks to his vast experience with acquisitions in California, he explains how to realize what are the best moments to make a purchase. He also talks about the many outside factors that influence the state he grew up in.

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Kenny Slaught On Positive Progress Towards Global Health Made At UCSB

David Low, a UCSB Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology professor, will start a groundbreaking research project called “Strategy for development of enteric pathogen-specific phage”, Kenny Slaught explains. The project focuses on fighting antibiotic resistant germs by designing phage that kills bacteria. This is meant to prevent enteric diseases in children. Various T2 lytic bacteriophage will be created. These will bind several areas of the BamA protein, located on the surface of many germs, causing the germs to infect. The other phage will be tested for its ability to destroy E. coli and Shigella.

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Kenny Slaught – Santa Barbara Provides Citizens With Ample Career Opportunities

Santa Barbara City College offers training courses for people who prefer learning a trade instead of attending college. On his blog at KennySlaught.com, Kenny Slaught explains that Santa Barbara locals can learn important skills through these programs. The courses are: Computer Network Engineering, Culinary Arts and Hotel Management, Environmental Horticulture, and Graphic Design.
 
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Kenny Slaught Speaks To Skills Gained Through Hospice Mentorship Initiatives

After the death of a family member, caretakers and kids are offered support through The Parenting After Loss initiative that lasts for 2 months. The initiative focuses on the emotional and physical aspects of family life after such loss. According to Kenny Slaught, parents and children learn how to master communication skills that help them connect after the tragic event.

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Kenny Slaught On Santa Barbara’s Architecture Gems

The Spanish Colonial Revival style was created by architect George Washington Smith in California, almost a century ago. Smith was a Harvard student who quit school to work in bond trading, and moved to Santa Barbara later on to relax. But, as Smith noticed the locals loved his work, he decided to continue designing buildings for the community. Smith used genuine Spanish materials and mixed the old with the new in his work. Nowadays, his structures are famous for their simplistic beauty and intricate design. Many new artists followed his artistic lead, and he became a Santa Barbara founding father. Kenny Slaught acknowledges how attentive to detail one must be to create such architectural pieces.

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Kenny Slaught Speaks To Skills Gained Through Hospice Mentorship Initiatives

Caretakers and children receive support through the 8 week long Parenting After Loss program. The counseling addresses family dynamics after a family member dies. According to Kenny Slaught, those attending the program learn how to communicate and function better as a family.

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