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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 />18 September 1987 <br /> <br />BOE-87-016-R : (Parcel No. 821-334-044) The Board inspected this parcel at 11:50 A.M. <br />on 09-09-87 and found a fairly well developed lot with a mobile home which has a <br />cOllventional wood construction addition adding a bedroom, dinette, sunroom and decking. <br />Anew concrete slab has been poured to cOnstruct a garage or carport. The Board <br />decided to sustain the current valuation of $12,000 for land and $16,795 for building <br />improvements (1200 square feet at $14 per square foot) for a total valuation of $28,795, <br /> <br />BOE-87-017-R. : (Parcel No. 821-334-045) The Board ispected this parcel at 11:50 A.M, <br />on 09~09-87 and found a lot which has been developed to a minimum level for rental <br />use and a 720 square foot mobile home with a poorly constructed car port roof added. <br />Inspection of the mobile home produced an identification tag of the manufacturer. <br />The Assessor's office was unable to substantiate the construction date of the mobile <br />home. The Board decided to sustain the land valuation at $12,000 and to adjust the <br />improvement valuation on the basis of $14 per square foot for the mobile home.. ($10,000) <br />for a total valuation of the parcel adjusted to $22,000. <br /> <br />BOE-87-018-LO : (Parcel No. 930-700-007): The Board inspected this parcel at 11:35 A,M. <br />on 09-09-87 and found an unimproved lot on a cul~de-sac located just below Highway 101 <br />with a partial veiw of Hood Canal, There is a fully developed lot with a home on it <br />immediately adjacent to this ~arcel. It was noted that this parcel has already received <br />a credit on the valuation due to a perk denial of 1979. The Board decided to sustain <br />the current valuation of $3,750. <br /> <br />BOE-87-020-R: (Parcel No. 702-144-014) The Board inspected this parcel at 10:54 A.M. <br />on 09-14-87 and found a 2.05 acre 1 eve 1 buil ding site wi th a home and several out <br />buildings. Noting that the parcel immediately east of this parcel is currently valued <br />at $5,900 per acre, the Board decided that the valuation of this parcel should be 2.05 <br />acres x $5,900 per acre plus $1,000 for land improvements for a total of $13,095. <br />The Board al so decided to adjust Ute building improvements from $40,000 to $37,960 <br />on the basis of the 1040 sq. ft. home at $30 per square foot, the 576 square foot shop <br />at $10 per square foot plus $1,000 for two other sheds. . <br />The total adjustment i~ valuation should be $51,055. <br /> <br />BOE~87-023-LO (Parcel No. 601-271-003) The Board inspected this parcel with Mr. <br />LB, Benn at 2:10 P.t1. on 09-16-87. Access to this parcel is from th.e end of an <br />inimproved road down a steep and curving driveway to the water front on Hood Canal <br />(Toandos Peninsula). Steep contours with ravines would make development of building <br />sites some problem. There is a stream bed leading down to the water, The Board <br />decided that the current valuation of 643 front feet at $200 is equitable and that the <br />current valuation of $129,000 should be sustained. <br /> <br />BOE-87-024-LO: (Parcel No. 601-271-009) The Board inspected this parcel at 2:20 PM <br />on 09-16-87 with Mr. E.B. BENN.. During the hearing on this petition, Mr. Benn presented <br />a Jefferson County Health Depllrtment perk test denial not previously on record in the <br />Assessor's office. Inspection of the parcel indicates that there may De other sites <br />on the parcel where septic system may be qual ified; therefore, the Board decided to make <br />an adjustment to the land valuation -- 195 front feet at $250 per front foot less 25% <br />due to perk li~itations ; $36,562 plus $10 per front foot for tidelands for a total <br />of $38,512, <br />