This Sunday March 12, 2017 at 2 a.m., your clocks will jump ahead ONE hour. The start of more evening sunlight for months to come. To many a minor annoyance or a bit of relief, Daylight Saving Time reminds us of the sun's daily effect on our lives and tells us spring is on its way. If only We could save ourselves from the seasonal allergies. Daylight Saving Time is implemented for a reason. The tradition of springing forward and falling back is overseen by the U.S. Department of Transportation and is rooted in Saving Energy.
Daylight Saving Time was first used in World War I and World War II. But the U.S. didn't implement a nationwide Daylight Saving Time standard, the U.S. Department of Energy said, until Congress passed the Uniform Time Act of 1966. In 2007, the federal government expanded Daylight Saving Time, according to the National Institute of Standards and Technology, in order to reduce energy consumption. Daylight Saving Time now accounts for about 65% of the year.
Highland Park Elementary! House is bigger than listed. Per owner sq ft does not include converted garage. Which is approx 300 sq ft, buyer to verify. Incentives for cash buyers. Over $15,000 spent on landscaping and $10,000 on exterior painting. 6 minutes to downtown. Easy access to get north or south. Big corner lot. Updated throughout with wood floors, crown molding & neutral paint colors. A real chef's kitchen. Open plan & with all the upgrades - stainless steel appliances, tile back splash, custom cabinetry & granite counter tops. Pride in ownership really shows.
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I know Violet from her New York days, so when my wife and I wanted to sell our country home we called Violet for some advice, thinking she may give us some helpful hints- well she did that and more! She told us about her relocation referral department and offered to help us locate an agent; again she went above and beyond, she looked into the agents websites and profiles and made recommendations. We were so happy that she did research on our behalf. She assisted us every step of the way through our process even though we had a NY agent. She even gave us advice on how to stage our house for a quicker sale and it worked!! I wish Violet could be our agent on our new house search, we may have to move to Austin!