08 August 04
Board of Commissioners
Board of Equalization
08 August 04
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<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 />M I NUT E S <br /> <br />4 August 1986 <br /> <br />The Board conveined at 9:30 A.M. Full Board was present. Marc Mcready represented the <br />Assessors office. The following hearings were held. <br /> <br />BOE-86-0l9-R/ Parcel NO: 937-800-1l8: Mr. Clyde T. Robinson appeared before the <br />Board. The Board had taken action in 1984 due to an appeal concerning collapse of <br />the bluff in front of the house. A further collapse occurred on 4/5 of December 1985, <br />bringing the edge of the bluff to withing 19 feet of house and totally distroying <br />the original drain field. A neighbor had received a bid to move his house to the lot <br />next door for $25,000. A certified appraiser has set the value of house and lot at <br />$45,500. The petitioner requests 50% reduction in value of house and lot (approximate <br />value set by appraisers). Assessor recommends review of moving potential and costs <br />before final' consideration of a reduction to appraisal level. <br /> <br />BOE-86-20-R/Parcel NO. 975-901-103: Rosanne Kramnicz appeared before the Board. to seek <br />reduction of valuation from $29,780 to $23,000, which is that which she paid in purchasing <br />the property on 31 December, 1985. A review of the records of the Jefferson County <br />Superior Court of 7 April 1980, defines a decision that the previous purchase of the <br />property for $35,000 by a Mr. Scott was to be terminated because the construction <br />of the house was not in accordance with the quality represented by the builder. It <br />was determined that it would require at leat $10,000 in reconstruction to bring it up <br />to code standards. (a construction contractor bid recieved) <br />Assessor recommends retaining land values at $7,000 and reducing building value to $16,000. <br /> <br />BOE-86-023-R/ Parcel No. 965-500-005: Petitioners Ingrid & Lowell Thompson did not <br />appear at hearing The property is 1500 sq. ft. condominium plus garage on a 45' by <br />65' piece of land on Kala Heights. Petitioner contends that valuation is in excess <br />of saleable price, <br />The Assessor representative recommends a $4,000 reduction in total valuation by <br />reducing building from $11D,500 to $104,OOO and increasing land value from $41,500 to <br />$44,000. This action would be a part of equalization process in Kala Bluff. <br /> <br />BOE-86-021-R/ Parcel No. 601-074-003: petitioner Frederick C. Helm (not present at <br />hearing) is seeking $20,000 reduction in valuation. On a 140 foot water front (high <br />bank) residence of 1400 square feet with unfinished basement, He claims that there <br />were only $4,000 in improvements made between 1982 and 1986 valuations. <br />Assessor presented history of Building: Department InspectioN during this period as <br />building moved from 60% completion to final inspectkn approved July 1985. On-site <br />inspection should cover interim completion period. <br />
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