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<br />" <br /> <br />JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION <br /> <br />A.C. Dalgleish <br />David G. Douglas <br />Archie L. Barber, Jr. <br />James A.Deleo <br /> <br />Chairman <br />Vice-Chairman <br />Member <br />Alternate <br /> <br />-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- <br /> <br />r~INUTES <br /> <br />-----------~---------~------~-----------~--------------~-~------~-----~---------- <br /> <br />15 July 1986 <br /> <br />Board of Equalization came to order at 9:00 A.M. with all Board members and Clerk <br />present, <br /> <br />BOE-86-001-R!Parcel NO. 961-500-30l: Mr & Mrs St. Martin appeared at the hearing. <br />Testifies that the mobile home portion of the improvemets was originally purchased <br />in 1974; that the petitionetpurchased the parcel and improvemnts from a bank in 1985 <br />for $70,000; that the septic tank drainage system is currently a problem; and that <br />the valuation of $137,890 does not properly reflect the 1985 purchase price. The <br />Assessor reported that the parcel encompasses 16 lots and vacated street area for an <br />equivalant of 19\ lots valued at $1,200 per lot plus improvements and that the 1448 <br />sq, feet of mobile home is valued at $52,128 ($36 per sq. ft.) and that the 1700 sq. <br />foot of additional structures is valued at $61,200 ($36!sqft) It was recommended that <br />the Board might consider a adjustment to the valuation of the 12 year old mobile home <br />portion of the improvements. <br /> <br />BOE-86-002-R I Parcel NO. 985-202-902: Mr. Shop en and his son were present at the hearing <br />and petitiond that the $49,600 valuation of the 1092 sq. ft. of the house was too <br />high ($45.42!sq.ft,); presented three comparables with sales in the $54,000 to $59,000 <br />range in 1985 and 1986. The square foot values of the comparable buildings (less <br />$10,000 for land in cash) are $44.91, $41,04 and $59,50. The Assessor recommended <br />setting the valuation at $50!sq.ft. for the building ($54,600) less $10,000 for the <br />land for a net of $44,600 for improvements. <br /> <br />BOE-86-003-LO!Parcel NO. 948-303-104: Harley and Shirlee Bussart appeared before the <br />Board to seek relief from valuation of the six lots in this parcel at $2,000 ($.69 per <br />square ft.) on the basis that the lots are zoned residential and are located at an <br />elevation where thay have limited value due to the presence of the Safeway store (rear <br />view to these lots). The Assessor presented three compareables with sales in 1982-84 <br />with prices of $4,000 to $5,600 per lot. (~,95 to $1,38 per sq. ft.) Dr. Nichols <br />purchased 4 lots at $2.50 per sq. ft. in 1982. The essence of this appeal is the de- <br />termination of a equitable formula for setting values of lots in the Eise'beis Subdivision <br />based on commercial and residential zoning and view potential. <br /> <br />BOE-86-004-LO!Parcel NO. 998-802-102: Michael Regan did not appear at the hearing. <br />The petition was read into the minutes, stupulates that the 50'xl00' (5,000 sqft @ $.50 <br />square ft,) parcel of undeveloped land has no road, water, power and sewer improvements; <br />Lots 5-8, Block 21 (20,000 sq ft.) sold at tax auction for $800 ($.04!sq,ft.) on 12-13-85, <br />and further the parcel has been listed at $950 for five months. <br />The Assessor revealed that the subject parcel was purchased at the 12-13-85 tax auction <br />for $410; that there pave been ten forfeitures and three tax sales in Tibbels, California <br />and Baker additions and that the Board and Assessor should review valuations on the <br />basis of terrain, access and utility to seek equitable valuations, <br /> <br />cant.... . <br />