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<br />MINUTES <br /> <br />o F <br /> <br />AUGUST <br /> <br />1st, <br /> <br />198 8 <br /> <br />upon learning that the Bowers have already begun construction, <br />Shold alerted them to the fact that they will see a valuation <br />change of $1,000,00 with their permit. This $1,000.00 being for <br />improvements to the land. <br /> <br />The Board took this under advisement. Upon further discussion <br />the Board made a determination. <br /> <br />Member Archie Barber, Jr. made the Motion in the interest of <br />equalization, given the recommendation of Mr. Shold and the <br />information presented, that the Board lower valuation from <br />$22.500.00 to $16.500.00. Vice-Chairman David Douglas seconded <br />the Motion. The Motion carried bv unanimous vote. <br /> <br />BOE-88-022-LQ Parcel Number: 901-352-011 <br />PETITIONERS: J. LESLIE DONOVAN was present. He was <br />informed of the proceedings of the Board before being sworn in. <br />Anthony Stroeder was also present being a 50/50 partner and a <br />representative of Mr, Donovan, he too was sworn in, <br />ASSESSOR: ROBERT SHOLD was present as a representative <br />of the Assessor's Office. <br /> <br />Mr. Donovan turned the proceedings over to Mr, Stroeder as he is <br />more familiar with the property and details, This property is <br />described as section 35, T29, Range 1 West (Tax 6), 5.00 Acres. <br />The current valuation is: <br /> <br />Land: <br />Total Valuation: <br /> <br />$ 15,000.00 <br />$ 15,000.00 <br /> <br />Donovan and Stroeder would like to <br /> <br />see the property <br />Land: <br />Total Valuation: <br /> <br />valued at: <br />$ 9,000.00 <br />$ 9,000.00 <br /> <br />This Center Valley Road property in the Chima cum area is zoned <br />RIA Rural. It does not have buildings or power. The land has <br />been listed for sale for six years ("off and on") for the <br />appraised value of $15,000,00, They even offered their property <br />to the man above them who holds 25 acres, for what they paid for <br />it in 1980, $9,950.00. They'd held the land for 8 - 10 years at <br />the time of this offer, but the man was not interested and there <br />was no sale. The subject parcel is a portion of a 40 acre piece, <br />at one time these parcels were sold individually. They were <br />going to put in a community road but they did not get the <br />cooperation of all the purchasers around them. The man above <br />purchased 25 acres which he turned into forest land. They cannot <br />afford to put in the road on their own. The area was going to be <br />developed at the time they purchased their property, Stroeder <br />considers the property "temporarily" useless, it being a case of <br />them expecting something to happen which didn't. He does <br />consider this a good piece of land with the potential of a good <br />view, but putting in a road would far exceed the value of the <br />property. If they were to put $10,000.00 into the project, they <br />could not expect to get $10,000.00 in return. It would take the <br />full cooperation of the owners of all eight parcels to put the <br />road in. They have to go across three parcels to bring the road <br />to their property, at the present time they have to trespass <br />across two parcels (H and I) to show their property. Though they <br />may be able to gain an easement to their parcel through the <br />Yarr's property on the west side of theirs, they are contesting <br />the current valuation of the property as it stands now. <br /> <br />Mr. Shold has viewed the property in the area, There is partial <br />access into the parcels, There have been no sales of these. The <br />closest sale he can find is just south of these parcels in what <br />is known as the Bishop Short Plat: <br />1) Lot 4, Bishop Short Plat, Tax 15. This 5 <br /> <br />2 <br />