08 August 20
Board of Commissioners
Board of Equalization
08 August 20
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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 />MI NUT E S <br /> <br />20 August 1986 <br /> <br />The meeting was called to order at 9:00 A.M. by Chairman Dalgleish. All Board <br />members and the Clerk were present. Mr. McCready and Mr. Shold represented <br />the Assessor's office. <br /> <br />BOE-86-064l0/ Parcel No. 802-264-001: The Petitioner was not present at the hearing <br />and the Petition was read into the minutes stupulating that the parcel has no <br />power not any easement for access to the parcel; that 18.34 acres of the 25.14 <br />acre parcel on the lake front is not useable because it is marshland. <br /> <br />The Assessor pointed out that the parcel is actually in two parts with four <br />small (narrow and long) bisecting the parcel; that the matter of easement to <br />the property has not been varifiable by his office; and that the current valuation <br />is based on 920 front feet at $150 per front foot less 40% for marsh area for a <br />net valuation of $82,800. <br /> <br />BOE-86-065 thru 068 lO: Mr. Richard N. Steele of Rock Point Oyster Company <br />was present at the hearing to clarify his position on these petitions on adjacent <br />parcels owned by the company. <br /> <br />BOE-86-065 / Parcel No. 701-091-001: <br /> <br />The parcel was purchased in 1951 for $102,000. The original house is in <br />poor repair and will ultimately be removed; other improvements inclue <br />a 12' c 20' garage, a 12' x 16' shed, a 12' x 16' office and 1400 sq. feet <br />of dock. A heavy underlayment of clay precludes gaining a sucessful perk <br />test. The petitioner is not appealing the valuation of improvements <br />except the valuation placed on the dock. <br /> <br />. The Assessor wi 11 provi de a new computer "improvement va 1 uati on" for the <br />dock, presented parcel no. 701-044-003 as a comparable for land valuation <br />at $3,150 per acre and recommended that this value be used on the subject <br />parcel for a new valuation of $69,142. <br /> <br />BOE-86-066 LO/ Parcel No. 701-163-002: <br />The petitioner defines this 17.48 acre parcel as nothing but mud falt not <br />suitable for shell fish aquaculture, that it was purchased to provide a <br />protective buffer between the outer land held by the State and other.of <br />this holdings. The Assessor concurred that the field inspection should verify <br />the utility of this parcel. <br /> <br />BOE-86-067 LO/ Parcel No. 701-091-003: <br /> <br />The Petitioner stated that he acquired this land (8.3 Acres) in 1980 for <br />an undisclosed price in the hope that it could be used to support a secondary <br />septic drain field. .The Assessor recommended that the valuation on this parcel <br />be adjusted to $3,150 per acre for a total valuation of $26,145. <br /> <br />BOE-86-068 LO / Parcel No. 701-091-004: <br /> <br />The Petitioner pointed out that 35% of this 179.69 acre parcel (70 acres) <br />is mud flat not sutable for shell fish aquaculture use. The Assessor <br />recommended consideration of $200 per acre for the non-productive land and <br />$500 per acre for the productive land and that he oVould made a subsequent <br />recommendation for revaluation of a dock on this parcel. <br />
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