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<br />Board of Equalization: Minutes of October 2, 1991 <br /> <br />Page: 2 <br /> <br />Robert Kingsley reported that the 320 foot addition to the mobile home is valued at $4,608. <br />The mobile home is a 1982 Moduline, 48 by 24 feet, in size. <br /> <br />Vice-Chairman Douglas reported that the on-site inspection of this property is scheduled for <br />October 18, 1991. <br /> <br />Assessor Exhibits <br />#A-l Subject Property field sheet showing work up of valuation. <br />#A-2 Field sheets on four comparable properties <br />#A-3 Map of Area <br /> <br />MINUTES <br /> <br />Vice-Chairman Douglas moved to approve the minutes of <br />August 7, 1991 as written. Member Archie Barber, Jr. <br />seconded the motion which carried by a unanimous vote. <br /> <br />JOSEPH E. SPENCER <br />371 VERNA AVENUE <br />PORT LUDLOW, W A. 98365 <br /> <br />BOE: #91-096-R <br />PN: 978 900 092 <br /> <br />Chairman Dalgleish read a letter from Mr. Spencer dated September 21, 1991 which <br />indicates that he can not attend the appeal hearing because of a previous commitment. He <br />noted that he does not feel that a comparison of his property can be made to any in the <br />neighborhood because they have one of the very few small 60 foot lots on the Bay. He <br />included a letter that was sent to the Assessor's Office. Chairman Dalgleish reported that <br />the Assessor has a value of $41,200 on this property with $92,640 on the improvements for <br />a total of $133,840. The appellant has not given any opinion on a value he feels is fair. <br /> <br />Chairman Dalgleish continued from the petition: <br />1) This property is identified as Olympus Beach Tracts, Lot 86 (which is 252+ feet deep) <br />with 60 feet of waterfront. The residence has a remodeled single family residence with <br />no more than two bedrooms. Mr. Spencer also noted that the house was remodeled <br />section by section to bring it up to code, which cost more in time and money than if <br />they would have been allowed to do the work all at once. They were not allowed to <br />increase the number of bedrooms. A fireplace and two chimneys were eliminated. <br />2) The Assessor's Office appraised the house in 1990 and sent the revaluation notice to <br />the wrong address, so the Spencer's never received it in time to file an appeal. The <br />