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<br />, <br /> <br />. <br /> <br />JEFFERSON courm BOARD OF EQUALIZATION <br /> <br />A.C. Dalgleish <br />David G. Douglas <br />Archie Barber. Jr. <br />James A; DeLeo <br /> <br />I' <br /> <br />Chairman <br />Vice-Chairman <br />Member <br />Alternate <br /> <br />M I NUT E S <br /> <br />August 8, 1985 <br /> <br />The meeting was called to order by Chairman Dalgleish with members David Douglas, <br />Archie Barber and clerk Connie Barlow present. r1inutes will be approved at a <br />later date. Mr. Mark'McCready represented the Assessors' office for the <br />hearings. <br /> <br />BE-85-74-R Dana Swaim petitioned for a reduction in valuation of both land <br />and"buildings from $171 ,SilO to $135, 000. Two duplexes with four 1,000 sq. feet <br />.residences, produce income. Assessor indicated that, because of age and style <br />of buildings, a valuation of $135,000 - $140,000 might be reasonable. Board to <br />inspect property. <br /> <br />BE-85-75-LO Lawrence A. Campbell did not appear for his hearing. He was <br />petitioning for a reduction of land values from $75,000 to $55,000 due to <br />acces,ibility. Assessor found no comparables in immediate no ban~beach area. <br />Property assessed at $1,000 per front foot may be compared with adjacent <br />properties with home at $600 - $700 per front foot <br /> <br />BE-85c78 ~oh~ E. Kennedy was petitioning relief on two parcels 949-816-901 <br />and 949-816-902 consisting of eight lots'"in Block 169 of Estates Addition. <br />The thrust of the appellant was the increased val uation per lot from $5,000 to <br />$7,500 due to the R-3 zoning rather than single family dwelling since <br />previous valuation. Board should inspect this and adjacent R-3 zoned <br />developJ1)ents. <br /> <br />BE-85~807R Joseph D. Burke petioned for relief on current valuation or <br />$388,OOO,on land and residence which is being sold as a time-share residence <br />in 52: I'(eekly increments. Assessor acknowl edges reva 1 uatiolll based on sale of <br />increment valued at $5800 to $7500 depending on season of year and consective <br />week increments. Current RCHs require revaluation because of change of usage <br />from single family dwelling to a time-share facility. Since Washington State <br />Legislature has no current legislation pertaining to valuation of time-share <br />properties, the Board should seek advice from the Revenue Department befo~e . <br />deciding on this petition. ., <br /> <br />Having,no further business meeting was adjourned. <br />APPROVED BY>c ~ /51/1g-S-- <br /> <br />~~R~1AN <br />Cf)cvuJ) ',Wo <br /> <br />LAS, VICE- AIRMAN <br /> <br />Prepared by <br /> <br /> <br />~~ er:~~ <br />Connie O. Barlow <br /> <br />~ iB~~r <br />AR HIE BARBER JR. MEMBER <br /> <br />I <br />,~ <br />