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<br />BOARD OF EQUALIZATION MEETING MINUTES - SEPTEMBER 29,1994 <br /> <br />Page 2 <br /> <br />DETERMINATIONS <br /> <br />Richard K. Call <br /> <br />BOE: 94-02-R <br /> <br />PN: 985 210 101 <br /> <br />Chairman James A DeLeo stated that after reviewing all the information provided and conducting <br />an inspection of the property, the Board determined that the Assessor's valuation accurately <br />reflects the market value of the property. At the onsite inspection, the Board evaluated the <br />proximity of the rental houses that Mr. Call claims devalue his property. The Board concurred <br />that Mr. Call's house is far enough from these houses that they do not lower his property value. <br />They added that there is also a vegetative buffer blocking Mr. Call's view of these houses. Vice- <br />Chairman Dick Broders moved to sustain the Assessor's valuation of $325,025. Member Bill <br />Marlow seconded the motion which carried by unanimous vote. (See also Minutes of August 17, <br />1994) <br /> <br />Robert J. Clouse <br /> <br />BOE: 94-12-LO <br />BOE: 94-13-LO <br />BOE: 94-14-LO <br /> <br />PN: 985 203 701 <br />PN: 985 202 801 <br />PN: 985202 802 <br /> <br />After reviewing all the information provided and conducting an inspection of the property, the <br />Board determined the Assessor's valuation accurately reflects the market value of the property. <br />Member Bill Marlow explained that Mr. Clouse's request to lower the assessed value before going <br />into the Open Space Program next year was not supported by the comparable evidence of recent <br />sales provided by the Assessor's Office. Member Bill Marlow moved to sustain the Assessor's <br />valuation of $131,120 on PN: 985 203 701, $40,000 on PN: 985 202 801, and $20,000 on PN: <br />985 202 802. Vice-Chairman Dick Broders seconded the motion which carried by a unanimous <br />vote. (See also minutes of August 18, 1994) <br /> <br />Dashley & Nancy Graham <br /> <br />BOE: 94-15-R <br /> <br />PN: 965 700 405 <br /> <br />Chairman James A. DeLeo stated that after reviewing all the information provided and conducting <br />an inspection of the property, the Board determined that the Assessor's valuation accurately <br />reflects the market value of the property. After the onsite inspection, the Board concurred that the <br />newly constructed residence across the street had not effected the Graham's view to the point of <br />devaluing the property. Vice-Chairman Dick Broders moved to sustain the Assessor's valuation of <br />$118,005. Member Bill Marlow seconded the motion which carried by unanimous vote. (See <br />also Minutes of August 18, 1994) <br />