08 August 19
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Board of Equalization
08 August 19
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<br />JEFFERSON COUUTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION <br /> <br />A.C. Dalgleish <br />David G. Douglas <br />Archie Barber. Jr. <br />James A; Deleo <br /> <br />Chairman <br />Vice-Chairman <br />Member <br />Alternate <br /> <br />MINUTES <br /> <br />August 19, 1985 <br /> <br />/ <br /> <br />The meeting was called to order by Vice-Chairman David Douglas, Chairman Dalgleish <br />was detained. Member Archie Barber and clerk Connie Barlow were present. Minutes <br />will be approved at a later date. rk. Bob Shold represented the assessors office.. <br /> <br />State Board of Tax Appeals report dated 16 August 1985 on Amy F Chinner parcel <br />991-~00-017, petition No.~ BOE 84 '43-L) reduced from $11,000 to $9,750. <br /> <br />BE-85-6 thru 8: ~.1r. L.H. Johnson petitioned for relief in the valuation of lots <br />1-6 of block 17 and lots 7,10, 11, 14, 15 of block 16 of Belleview Addition <br />from -$19,875 to $4,200. Land was purchased in the tax sale in December, 1984. <br />Assessor recommended Board consideration of reducing valuation of 20 blocks of <br />lots in the upper side of this very old plat. After inspection and comparision <br />of valuation adjustl:1ents fror.l BOE 1984 actions. <br /> <br />BE-85-9 and 11: Mr. L.H. Johnson petitioned for relief in the valuation of lots <br />19 and 20 of block 1 in Cape George #1 plat due to the continued sluffing of the <br />bl~ff front edge of property--lot 20 (land only) from $31,500 to $8,000; and <br />lot 19 (land ~nd home) from $55,890 to $30,000. <br /> <br />BE-85-10: l'lr. L. H. Johnson petitioned for relief in the valuation of tax lot 21, <br />section 34 on the Dosewallips River from $3,250 to $800.00. The access to this <br />parcel has been removed by meandering of flood stages of the river. TheAssessor <br />recommerided potential reduction of valuation of this ~nd three other adjacent <br />parcels after inspection of the Board. <br /> <br />BE-85-Hl; Norlene :'Iurden p,etitioned for rel ief in the val uation of tax lot 17, <br />section;19 on the Bolton Peninsula from $22,395 to $14,000.' ,Assessor comparables <br />(3 lots) further down the peninsula are adjacent to county road with power. This <br />parcel of the petition is on top of the hill with no power, no view and on an <br />unimproved road. Board inspection should make judgement. <br /> <br />BE-35-88: Terrie Remington/Yvonne Pepin petitioned for relief in valuati~~ or a <br />parcel consisting of the east half of lots 1 and 3, block 3 of Plummers Addition <br />from $10,000 to $7,500. Buildings on two adjacent lots encroach on current set-backs <br />regulations yielding a residual parcel of 55'X100'. Valuation of parcel made in January <br />1985 was based on comparable sales. Purchase in April 1985 was made to protect <br />petjtiorreris investment fror.l further encroachment. <br /> <br />BE-85-92 Robert W. Jackson petitioned for relief in the valuation of a parcel <br />consisting of lot 10, block 8 in the Fowler Parks Addition from $2,500 to <br />$1.850. Mr. Jackson did not appear. Assessor recorrmended that the parcel be reviewed " <br />inconjullction with findin8s of BE-85-72. <br /> <br />BE-85-86: Dennis Atkinson petitioned for relief in valuation of his home at <br />706 Taft Street from $108,500 to $95,000. This Victorian House has been partially <br />restored after 85,years of use. The Assessor based valuation on 3 comparables <br />in 1932 and 1934. The Petitioner claimed that much depreciation in the condition <br />of the building should be allowed in setting the valuation. Soard and Assessor <br />inspection should consider a list of outstanding conditions which might increase <br />depreciation allowance. <br />
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