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<br />Bfr. Ellis H. Butler, 4005 W. 62nd Street, expressed h-is concern about the 40%
<br />increase in value in his property from $37,500 in 1972 to $51,300 in 1976.
<br />Swanson explained that the Legislature establishes the criteria which is used
<br />in establishing "limited value".
<br />his house was worth $51,300.
<br />Mr. Butler said that he did not believe that
<br />Mr. Gerald R. Peplin, 5524 Code Ave., objected to his 1976 market value of
<br />$50,100, wlilch had been increased from $46,910 in 1975.
<br />that his basement i9 wet and that the plaster in his house cracks because of the
<br />nearby railroad tracks.
<br />sold in 1975. The Assessors will check the selling price for that house.
<br />Mrs. Thomas O'Brien, 5220 Duncraig Road, objected to the 1976 market value of
<br />$68,000 for her house which had been increased from $62,410 in 1975. The Assessors
<br />will check selling prices of similar homes in the neighborhood which have been sold
<br />recently .
<br />Mr. Peplin contended
<br />He cited the house at 5105 W. 56th Street which had been
<br />Mr. E. J. Allard, 6021 Zenith Aye. S., objected to his 1976 market value of $39,400
<br />which had increased from the 1975 value of $36,940.
<br />has increased in value to twice its original cost and that the house next door is
<br />a detriment to the neighborhood. The Assessors will check prices for which other
<br />houses sold in the neighborhood.
<br />He contended that the house
<br />Mr. Van Christenson, 6409 Glacier Place, objected to his 1976 market value of
<br />$97,000 which had increased from $90,240 in 1975. He submitted a copy of his
<br />purchase agreement of December, 1975, in the amount of $87,200, which cost
<br />included draperies, stove and refrigerator. Mr. Christenson complained that the
<br />house is too large for the lot and that.they get noise from Gleason Road traffic.
<br />Mr. Sylvester Thorn, owner of the double bungalow at 6312-14 France Ave. S.,
<br />objected to his 1976 market value of $82,100 which had increased from the 1975
<br />market value of $76,420.
<br />,expressed concern that when his present tenant leaves he would have difficulty
<br />renting the property again.
<br />the A.B.C. house cause commotion as late as 3 a.m.
<br />Mr. Ronald Zamansky, 5041 W, 66th Street, objected,to his 1976 market value which
<br />had increased to $91,000 from the 1975 market value of $84,800.
<br />expressed concern that the improvement of T.H. 100 would reduce the value of his
<br />property. Mr. Swanson will attempt to locate other properties in the neighborhood
<br />which have sold recently,
<br />He spoke of noise from the A.B.C. house next door and
<br />Mr. Thorn said that,young people living and visiting
<br />Mr. Zamansky I
<br />Mrs.James W. Rockwell, 5536 Oaklawn Ave., objected to her 1976 market value of
<br />$48,900 which had been increased from $46,060 in 1975.
<br />in need of paint and that the roof leaks.
<br />Mr. H. R. Swanson, 6450 York Ave., Apt. 216, objected to the 1976 market value of
<br />his condominium at $31,000 which had increased from the 1975 market value of '
<br />asmuch as his cost of $27,126 included considerable personal property.
<br />She said the house is
<br />The Assessor will inspect the property.
<br />He claimed that the property should be worth no more than $26,500 in-
<br />Mayor Van Valkenburg then declared the meeting continued to Tuesday, June 15,
<br />1975, at 7:OO p.m.
<br />b. YkA,
<br />City Clerk
<br />- MINUTES OF THE CONTINUED MEETING OF THE
<br />HELD TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1976, at 7:OO P.M.
<br />EDINA BOARD OF REVIEW .
<br />Answerkg rollcall for the continued meeting of the Board of Review were members
<br />Courtney, Richards, Schmidt, Shaw and Mayor Van Valkenburg.
<br />Mr. Eugene Christensen, 6404 Willow Wood Road, objected to the 1976 market value .
<br />on his property of $120,400 which had been increased from $112,050 in 1975.
<br />compared this house with his previous home at 4700 Sunnyside Road which he had
<br />sold in January, 1975, for $l12,500 and contended that new houses are valued
<br />more highly than older homes even though they are comparable. Mr. Christensen
<br />'said that his house should be worth only $110,000, particularly in view of water