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<br />JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION <br /> <br />A.C. Dalgleish <br />David G. Douglas <br />Archie Barber, Jr. <br />James A. DeLeo <br /> <br />Chairman <br />Vice-Chainnan <br />Member <br />Alternate <br /> <br />MINUTES <br /> <br />17 September 1986 <br /> <br />The Board of Equalization came to order at 9:00 A.M. with all Board Member and Clerk <br />present for the purpose of completing final decisions on Appeals. <br /> <br />BOE-86-030-l0: The Board inspected this parcel at 10:00 A.M on the 2nd of September <br />with the assistance of Mr. Charles Smith of Coast Oyster Co. After an onsite review <br />of a new survey of the parcel and an overview of the land it became evident <br />that approximately 77% of the land was productive and that 23% was of no use <br />except to act as buffer. The Board noved to adjust the valuation on the basis of <br />53 acres @ $500/Acre and 16 acres @ $250 for a total valuation of $30,523. <br /> <br />BOE-86-031-LO: Consistent with the above rationale, the Board found that this parcel <br />may very well be enterely non-productive and, therfore, moved to revalue this land <br />at $250 per acre for a total valualtion of $11,050. <br /> <br />BOE-86-032-LO: The Baord inspected this parcel inthe company pf Mr,Chijrles Smith of <br />Coast Oyster Company on the 2nd of September. It became evident that, without <br />further on-site survey effort, it would be difficult to ascertain percentage of <br />productive and non-productive land. The Board moved to consider a 50-50 percentage <br />breakdown and adjusted the total valuation at $15,000. . <br /> <br />BOE-86-058-TL: The Board inspected these parcel.s of tide lands in the Company of <br />Mr. Yamashita at 1:00 P.M. on the 4th of September. There was some discussion as to <br />the deviations between the DNR lease documents and available maps of this area <br />cousing difficulty in determining true areas of productive tide lands. In a effort <br />to find an equitable valuation, the Board moved to make the following adjustments: <br />Parcel 601-282-002 reduced to $18,385 <br />Parcel 601-284-019 reduced to $3,685 <br /> <br />BOE-86-059-LO: The Board inspected the water front and uplands form the beach <br />on the 4th of September. The Board moved to sustain the current valuation of this <br />parcel at $100,000. <br /> <br />BOE-86-062-LO: The Board inspected this parcel at 10:30A.M. on the 29th of August <br />in the cimpany of Mr. Charles smith of Coast Oyster. The parcel is in the middle of <br />the East Quilcene bay at approximately 3 feet below mean low tide and is subjected <br />to stronscurrents, making it non-productive for raising oysters. The Board moved <br />to revalue this parcel at $250 per acre with. a total valuation of $3,75D. <br />, <br /> <br />BOE-86-065-LO: The Board inspected this parcel and the three other parcels below <br />in the company of Mr. R. N.Steele starting at 10:10 A.M. on the 4th of September. <br />The Assesser agreed to provide futher detail on valuation process prior to final <br />deliberation -- particularly on the docks. The Board moved to adjust the land <br />valuation to $3,805 per acre for a total land valuation of $83,530 and (based on <br />Assessor's adjustment of dock valuation) to adjust the building improvements to <br />#31,360 for a total valuation of $114,890. <br /> <br />BOE-86-066-LO: On the basis that the beach appears to be non-productive as oyster <br />bed, the Board moved to adjust the land valuation to $3,500. <br /> <br />BOE-86-067-LO: Upon the recommendation ~f the Assessor, the Board moved to sustain <br />the current building improvements valuation at $3,240 and adjust the land valuation <br />to $26,145 ($3,150 per acre)for a total valuation of $29,385. <br />