Board 1 - March 8, 2013 - Agenda
NOTICE OF CLOSED SESSION MEETING
AGENDA/NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT APPEALS BOARD No. 1 HEARING
ROOM 406, 1 DR. CARLTON B. GOODLETT PLACE, CITY HALL
FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 2013
Under the California Constitution and applicable statutes, hearings of the Assessment Appeals Board are judicial proceedings. The decisions of Assessment Appeals Boards must be based exclusively on properly admitted evidence. Assessment Appeals Boards may not base any factual determinations necessary for their decisions on anything other than the aforementioned evidence. Information presented through public comment, unless properly admitted into evidence in compliance with the Revenue and Taxation code and the Property Tax Rules of the State Board of Equalization, is not evidence upon which Assessment Appeals Boards may base findings.
The Assessment Appeals Board Agenda packet and documents are available for review in Room 405 at City Hall. Each item on the Agenda may include the following documents: (1) An Application for Changed Assessment (2) Comparable Sale Information (3) Department or Agency Correspondence (4) Public Correspondence.
Public comment will be taken for items on the agenda, as well as items not on the agenda but under the jurisdiction of the Board. Each person wishing to speak on an item before the Board shall be permitted to be heard once for up to three minutes.
1. Public comment* (For all items on the agenda, as well as items not on the agenda, but under the jurisdiction of the Board)
2. Closed session with legal counsel to review, edit and take possible action on the Board’s findings of fact prepared at the request of the applicant for the below listed application (pursuant to Revenue and Taxation code sections 1605.4):
APPLICANT: FRANK CAFFERKEY
PARCEL NO.: 4329 018
PARCEL ADDRESS: 2550 CESAR CHAVEZ ST.
TOPIC: Decline in Value
CURRENT ASSESSMENT: $2,745,316.00
APPLICANT'S OPINION: $1.00
TAXABLE YEAR: 2010
APPEAL TYPE: Real Property
ROLL TYPE: REGULAR
3. Possible report on action taken in closed session (pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.1 and San Francisco Administrative Code Section 67.14)
4. Vote to elect whether to disclose any or all discussions held in closed session (pursuant to San Francisco Administrative Code Section 67.14(a).)
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Lobbyist Registration and Reporting Requirements
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Disability Access – The hearing room is wheelchair accessible.
* Public comment will be taken on every item on the agenda.