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<br /> <br />1820 Jefferson Street <br />PO Box 1220 <br />Port Townsend, WA 98368 <br /> <br />James A- DeLeo, District 1 William $, Marlow, District 2 Richard A. Broders, District 3 <br /> <br />O+. <br />lNO't <br /> <br />JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION <br />MINUTES <br />AUGUST 6, 1997 <br /> <br />Richard A. Broders <br />William S. Marlow <br />James A. DeLeo <br /> <br />Chairman <br />Vice-Chairman <br />Member <br /> <br />Chairman Richard A. Broders called the meeting to order at 9:30 a.m. in the presence of Vice- <br />Chairman William S. Marlow and Member James A. DeLeo. <br /> <br />HEARING WAIVERS/ASSESSMENT CORRECTIONS <br /> <br />The Board concurred to accept the assessment correction. <br /> <br />APPELLANT <br />Jack & Mary Harrison <br /> <br />APPEAL NO. <br />BOE 97-28-R <br /> <br />PARCEL NO. <br />936 900 506 <br /> <br />HEARINGS <br /> <br />Carol Brockett <br />385 Gardiner Beach Road <br />Sequim, W A 98382 <br /> <br />BOE: 97-10-R <br /> <br />PN: 002341029 <br /> <br />Mr. and Mrs. Brockett were present. Appraiser Robert Kingsley represented the Assessor's <br />office. After explaining the hearing process, Chairman Broders swore them in. The property <br />under appeal consists of approximately 5 acres. Mrs. Brockett stated that their property value <br />increased by 25% which is not reflective of the market, due to down zoning. While she realizes <br />that zoning is not under the Board of Equalization's jurisdiction, she hopes that the Board can <br />help with the resulting affects of changes in the zoning regulations. At the time they purchased <br />the property it was zoned one residential dwelling per acre. Now it is zoned one residential <br />dwelling per five acres. Being able to subdivide was one of the selling points of the <br /> <br />Phone (360)385-9100 / 1-800-831-2678 Fax (360)385-9382 <br />