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<br />Jefferson County Board of Equalization <br /> <br />TELEPHONE: 385.9100 <br />COURTHOUSE <br />P.O. BOX 1220 <br />PORT TOWNSEND, WASHINGTON 98368 <br /> <br />r/'/~' ':')'''S ~ .~, <br />,'---"',,;1'" ,', .:~'* ~ f <br />l_;)" S:~!E.:--'S,'-"./--'I i~- _ ":.;::-.-~ <br />(_;~1 ,;--- i'n! ,~, <br />/\ ,......(1/;".., '.. _ ....^_-.~. <br />I.tI~ ',t' \ ".', , 'F!I <br />j ,. . Ii ~..... "'.f'," <br />';jT" t,.'~ ...";::~~'".... "i, ,'~I <br />I..... ......Ji..5f}.. ~.....'~lI'.'.'." . ....'....'.' <br />r~:I\-i _ ;~~ti-:; -~-~i:_=~,:,' >"tt <br />'il't:..J~_:ti'li:~-.:.~. ,~, 11.: - -~ .:,4' ,- <br />I""'.'.<........."'~ .".L .", .~.t:;l!:' <br />~ ~;Z'3!J!t1,~.;.....c.L~. r... .,., <br />..i~~~_~~-_~-=~~~::J ____,,:~~~~ <br /> <br />JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION <br />MINUTES <br />JANUARY 9, 1996 <br /> <br />William S. Marlow <br />Richard A. Broders <br />James A. DeLeo <br /> <br />Chairman <br />Vice-Chairman <br />Member <br /> <br />Chairman William S. Marlow called the meeting to order at 9:30 a.m. in the presence of Vice- <br />Chairman Richard A. Braders and Member James A. DeLeo. <br /> <br />APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES <br /> <br />Vice-Chairman Broders moved to approve the minutes of November 2,7,8,9, 15 and 21, 1995 <br />as presented. Member DeLeo seconded the motion which carried by a unanimous vote. <br /> <br />HEARING WAIVER <br /> <br />The Board concurred to accept the assessment correction for the appeal of Robert L. Ahlstedt, <br />appeal number BOE 95-189-R, parcel number 990 600 255. <br /> <br />HEARINGS <br /> <br />Alma TaylorlPatricia Lantz <br />P.O. Box 116 <br />Nordland, WA 98358 <br /> <br />BOE: 95-105-R <br /> <br />PN: 921 051 005 <br /> <br />Ms. Taylor was present with her daughter, Patricia Lantz, who is authorized to act as her agent. <br />Robert Kingsley was present on behalf of the Assessor's office. Chairman Marlow explained the <br />hearing process and swore them in. The property under appeal is located on Marrowstone Island. <br />Ms. Taylor stated she is contesting her assessment due to the water shortage problems on her <br />property. She lives alone and the amount of water serves her needs, although she is very <br />conservative. When she has visitors staying with her that are more careless, the water runs out <br />and the replenishment of the well takes a great deal of time. She strongly believes that the current <br />well cannot support more than one resident. This problem would make it very difficult for her to <br />sell her property and therefore, negatively impacts the value of it. She does not feel that the <br />current assessment reflects this. If she could get a permit, she could drill a second well on the <br />property, however, there is no guarantee that there would be water. The current well does not <br />provide enough water for her to cond~ rfU\\I.)-!l\\'em\!i1,1J"fll~YFe of her property. She attempted to <br />