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<br />.1. ~ .. . <br /> <br />JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION <br /> <br />A. C. DALGLEISH <br />DAVID G. DOUGLAS <br />ARCHIE BARBER, JR. <br /> <br />CHAIRMAN <br />VICE-CHAIRMAN <br />MEMBER <br />ALTERNATE <br /> <br />M I NUT E S <br /> <br />J U L Y <br /> <br />1 5, <br /> <br />198 8 <br /> <br />MEETING CALLED TO ORDER by CHAIRMAN A.C,DALGLEISH at 9:00 a.m. <br />Vice-chairman-David G. Douglas, Member-Archie Barber, Jr., and Clerk- <br />Dierdrei Whiteford were present. <br /> <br />Assessor's Office presented a list of their Assessor's and their <br />numbers of certification. <br />ROBERT L. BARRY....",,# 1465 <br />JEFFREY S. CHAPMAN.....# 1394 <br />ROBERT KINGSLEY..,...,.# 1426 <br />ROBERT G. SHOLD........# 1359 <br />JACK WESTERMAN 111.,.,.# 0730 <br />These being duly recorded as certified by the State of Washington, <br /> <br />Assessor Jack Westerman III requested that we do not start the <br />Petition Hearings until AFTER July 15th beginning in 1989, This is <br />to allow the staff to remain in the Assessor's Office for last minute <br />appeals and Petitioner convenience, <br /> <br />BOE-88-004-LO Parcel number: 802-123-014 <br />PETITIONER: MR. LESLIE G, SLATER was unable to be present. <br />ASSESSOR: MR. ROBERT SHOLD representing the Assessor's Office, <br />was present. <br /> <br />The petition and letter from petitioner stated that this five acre <br />piece of land was a very expensive source of firewood since it is <br />practically impossible to build on. Petitioner uses it as a wood lot, <br />There are no improvements on it, When it rains the access is <br />difficul t due to a clay problem with the soil. Peti tioner also <br />questions the ability to bring in power and water. He states that the <br />property is "unlikely to perk", Mr. Slater bought this lot, zoned as <br />a wood lot, for $6,750.00 June 2, 1987, The property has been offered <br />for sale at $7,500,00 for two years plus. It was listed with a <br />broker. When land did not sell they reduced the price to $6,750,00. <br />There were no comparable sales in the vicinity listed. Mr. Slater did <br />include a copy of his Real Estate Contract with his petition. Based <br />on the foregoing information, Mr. Slater requests a reduction in <br />assessed value from $10,000.00 to $6,750,00 as true and fair value, <br /> <br />The assessor, Robert Shold, stated that the assessed valuation was <br />$10,000,00 but there was no evidence that the purchase price was not <br />the true and fair value of property. The land being in a very wet <br />area, which tends to be steep, with lots of clay. Mr, Shold cannot <br />find any evidence that the sales prices in the area reflect <br />differently. He recommends that the Board accept the valuation of <br /> <br />1 <br />
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