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<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 />MINUTES <br /> <br />11 September 1987 <br /> <br />The meeting was called to order by Chairman Dalgleish at 9:20 A.M.. All Board <br />members and Clerk Lea were present. <br /> <br />BOE-87-009-LO: Parcel No. 902-264-016 - through 021. - The Board inspected these <br />parcels at 10:30 AM on 8-28-87. Owner Wiedman was present at the inspection. <br />Natural ground cover indicates the presence of standing water in some areas during <br />the wet season. The stream bed at back of lots is dry in the summer. <br />The owner purchased these lots in 1968 at $250 per lot as an investment; <br />however, there has been no record of sales in the area. The long tract across the <br />right-of-way is designated "open space" valued at $2,500 per acre or $2,070 per <br />lot. The total valuation of these parcels will be reduced from $24,000 to $12,420. <br /> <br />BOE-87-013-R: Parcel No. 990-200-024- The Board inspected this parcel at 9:45 AM <br />on 8-31-87 in the company of the Condominium Manager (Mr. Swenson). This third <br />floor unit with loft in t.he North Bay units was purchased in May of 1987 under <br />repossession conditions. <br />The Board reviewed sales histories in all of the three level of units and <br />concluded that the current valuation of this unit snould be sustained at $150,00Q. <br /> <br />BOE-87-014-LO: Parcel No. 002,332-011~ The Board inspected this parcel at 11:30 AM <br />on 8-28-87. There is poor driveway access and no power, SElWer or water service <br />is available. (the pit bull pup and horse were both very friendly) The lumber <br />mill and log storage yard are on two sides of thi s parcel and impact the use of <br />this parcel as a residence. <br />The Board decided that all parcels adjacent to thesecommercial properties should <br />be valued at $2,650 per acre. The valuation on this parcel was reduced from $20,000 <br />to $8,000. <br /> <br />BOE-87-015-R: Parcel No. 002-332-012- The Board inspected thsi parcel at 11:30 AM on <br />8-28-87. This parcel is in close proximity to the chipper mill and gravel pit. <br />The Board decided to reduce the land valuation to $2,650 per acre plus $1,000 <br />for improvements for a total of $14,250~to sustain the building improvements at <br />$42,085, The total reduced valuation wlll be $56,335. <br /> <br />BOE-87-033-R: Parcel No. 969-000-024- The Board inspected this parcel at 12:58 PM <br />on 8-31-87 in the company of Mr. Randolph. There appeared to be no justification <br />for adjusting the current land valuation based on $750 per front foot, plus $1,000 <br />for land improvements and moved to sustain the current valuation of this parcel at <br />$142,310. <br /> <br />BOE-87-034-R: - P~rcel No. 986-700-106 - The Board inspected this parcel at 12:45 PM <br />on 8-31-87 in the company of Mrs. St. Onge. At issue was an appropriate deduction <br />of the land valuation to account for a strip of marsh land between the beach front and up- <br />land building site. It was decided that the land valuations should be adjusted to reflect; <br /> <br />100 front feet at $850 ~ <br />Less 5% for marsh land ~ <br />Upl and site at ~ <br />Land improvement 2 sites ~ <br /> <br />Total adjusted land valuation ~ <br /> <br />$85,000 <br />- 4,250 <br />7,500 <br />2,000 <br />$90,250 <br /> <br />The Building improvements valuations should be sustained at $152,915. The total <br />parcel evaluation should be adjusted to $243,165. <br />