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<br />MINUTES <br /> <br />o F <br /> <br />OCTOBER <br /> <br />3. 1 9 8 8 <br /> <br />VICE-CHAIRMAN DOUGLAS SECONDED THE MOTION. <br />THE MOTION CARRIED BY UNANIMOUS VOTE. <br /> <br />BOE-073-LO Parcel Number: 904-042-005 <br />PETITIONER: STEVE LOPES <br />On August 15, 1988 at 2:15 p.m. the Board along with the Deputy <br />Assessor made an on-site inspection of this property. It was noted <br />that at the time of the on-site inspection Mr. Lopes was engaged in <br />digging out a foundation for new construction. It was also noted that <br />the Deputy Assessor, Mr. Kingsley, conceded that the purchaser had <br />just bought this property for a cash price of $19,000.00 and it was on <br />the roles for $24,840.00. the Chair being of the opinion that cash is <br />an incentive to reduce the price now requested the Decision of the <br />Board: <br />MEMBER ARCHIE BARBER, JR. MADE THE MOTION TO REDUCE VALUATION <br />FROM $24,840.00 TO $20,000.00. <br />VICE-CHAIRMAN DOUGLAS SECONDED THE MOTION. <br />THE MOTION CARRIED BY UNANIMOUS VOTE. <br /> <br />BOE-074-R Parcel Number: 712-064-008 <br />PETITIONER: JEANNE MEYERS <br />On August 31, 1988 at 12:28 p.m. the Board along with the Deputy <br />Assessor made an on-site inspection of this property. Jeanne Meyers <br />was present to accompany the Board around the residence. It was noted <br />that there were no power lines to the cabin though there was some <br />wiring. There wasn't a septic system, though the structure did have <br />partial plumbing in it. Rainwater is gathered for domestic purposes. <br />The Chair requested the Decision of the Board: <br />VICE-CHAIRMAN DOUGLAS STATED THAT HE IS TAKING INTO ACCOUNT <br />THE FACT THAT THE BUILDING WAS CONSTRUCTED MAINLY FROM USED MATERIALS <br />IN A CRAFTSMAN-LIKE MANNER. HE NOTED THAT THOUGH THERE WAS LIMITED <br />PLUMBING AND SOME WIRING THERE WAS NO EVIDENCE OF A WATER SOURCE OR <br />POWER SOURCE OTHER THAN A RAIN BARREL. BASED ON THIS, HE MADE THE <br />MOTION TO REDUCE THE VALUATION TO $12.00 A SQUARE FOOT ON THE BUILDING <br />FOR A ROUNDED VALUATION OF $9,200.00. HE MOVED TO SUSTAIN THE CARPORT <br />VALUATION AT $540.00 AND THAT THE LAND BE SUSTAINED AT ITS CURRENT <br />VALUATION OF $13,910.00. THIS IS A TOTAL VALUATION OF $23,650.00, THE <br />PREVIOUS VALUATION WAS $32,450.00. <br />MEMBER ARCHIE BARBER, JR. SECONDED THE MOTION. <br />THE MOTION CARRIED BY UNANIMOUS VOTE. <br /> <br />OTHER BUSINESS OF THE BOARD <br /> <br />There being no further business before the Board, the board adjourned <br /> <br />2 <br />
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