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<br />JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION <br /> <br />A.C. Dalgleish <br />David G. Douglas <br />Archie Barber, Jr. <br />James A. DeLeo <br /> <br />Chainnan <br />Vice-Chainnan <br />Member <br />Alternate <br /> <br />M I NUT E S <br /> <br />JUL Y 17, 1987 <br />Meeting was called to order ar 9:00 and all Board members and Clerk were present. <br /> <br />BOE-87-01 - JOHN M. VINCENT- PARCEL #941-500-043-R <br /> <br />Representing the Assessor's office was Bob Shold. <br /> <br />This is a mobile home at Cape George Vi11iage Div. 7. It has a rough framed 3 or 4 <br />bedroom structure which no permit was issued, <br />It was purchased on April 21, 1986 for 19,000 cash. On June 20, 1987 it <br />was appraised by John A. Sivenbaum at fair 'market value($19,000). <br />The Assessors office has the land valued at $11,500 and the mobile home for $37,670, <br />for a total of $49,170.000. <br /> <br />Since the house was nui It with out permits and does not conform to code either <br />the shell needs to be removed from the mobil e or vi sa versa, <br />It is unlik~ey the soil would support a drain field for this large of structure. <br />, <br /> <br />In the petitioners opinion-he feels the land should be $7,000 and the mobile for <br />$12,000 for a total of $19,000. <br /> <br />ASSESSORS OFFICE: Mr. Shold has never personally been there, it is all going <br />to come down to a physical inspection to look at the property and the mobile home <br />inside the shell. <br />From work done 4 years ago it looks like they have doubled the square footage of <br />the mobile home (from piclures) The property and mobile home will be revalued this <br />coming year (1988) <br />The appraisal is questionalbe. They either should have not valued the mobile or <br />not the square footage of the 2408 ft. <br /> <br />RECOMMENDATION: A new appraisal be based on an site inspection, <br /> <br />The Board will take under cdnsideration and set up a site inspection. <br /> <br />BOE-87-02-R - George E. Johnson - Parcel #937-800-207 <br /> <br />Representing the Assesser's office was Bob Shold, <br /> <br />In 1976 Mr. Johnson paid - $38,000 for his home, the Assessor's office has it <br />valued at, Land 19,000 and buildings 47,460 for a total of 66,460, which the <br />petitioner feels is too high. <br /> <br />ASSESSORS OFFICE: The property was assessed in 1984 and will be redone in 1988 <br />for the four year cycle. The value was based on market rate not what Mr Johnson <br />bought it for in 1976 We will be assessing it again in 1988 and there are no <br />further recommendations. <br /> <br />The Board will take under advisement and take a look at it, <br /> <br />BOE-87-03C - MR. HILLIAM THOMPSON - Parcel #957-602-902 <br /> <br />Mr. Thompson was present for the hearing. Assessor \lJesterman, and Bob Shold supported <br />the hearing. The petitioner is seeking a 27% reduction of valuation based on Income <br />V.S. escalating costs (inCluding taxes, sewer assessments,etc) and inpart of Ferry <br />overload parking on ~~ter Street, <br />Reference documentation of 1986 partnerships income tax return (IRS), <br />January 1985 appraised of State Revenue Dept., Jeff. County B.O.E. 1985 Appeal <br />(BOE-85-99C), December 1985 appeal to Hashington State Board of Tax Appeals were <br />reviewed by the Board. It was noted that the valuation of this parcel has <br />fluctuated -- $787,000 in 1981, $830,000 in 1985 which was then reduced to $750,500 <br />by th~ Bgard of Equalization, State Board of Tax Appeals dismissed Dec. 1985 appeal <br />per last of evidence (5-27-86), valuation now stands at $750,000. <br />The Board will inspect proper~y to ascertain i~p~ct of exc~ss.ferry t~affic parking <br />behind building and to substantlate current condltlons of bUlldlng and lts occupancy. <br />