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Wilma Township Board of Appeal and Equalization Reconvenes 4/22/15

Notice is hereby given, that the Board of Appeal and Equalization of the Township of Wilma in Pine County, Minnesota will reconvene via conference call on April 22, 2015 at 12 pm … see notice belowWilmaTownshipNotice042215

NOTICE WILMA TOWNSHIP CONTINUATION OF BOARD OF APPEAL

NOTICE WILMA TOWNSHIP:   Due to insufficient time for Wilma taxpayers to appeal their 2016 property evaluations, they may appeal at Sandstone City Hall on Tuesday, April 14, from 2 to 4 p.m., or at the Pine Co. Courthouse on April 15thfrom 2 to 4 p.m.  Wilma’s Board of Appeal held on April 6th has been continued to Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at 12 noon by conference call of the Supervisors and Assessors to vote on any appeals.  Parties wishing to be part of this conference call notify Clerk Paul Raymond 320-245-2579.

NOTICE WILMA TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EQUALIZATION & REVIEW, April 23, 2014

NOTICE WILMA TOWNSHIP
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION & REVIEW

To Appeal 2015 Property Tax Valuations
Wednesday, April 23, 2014, 1 p.m.
Wilma Town Hall, Duxbury

Paul Raymond, Clerk

WILMA TOWNSHIP BOARD OF REVIEW AND EQUALIZATION, WED., APRIL 24, 2013

WILMA TOWNSHIP BOARD OF REVIEW AND EQUALIZATION, WED., APRIL 24, 2013

Chairman Glen Williamson called the Board of Review to order at 1 p.m. with the Pledge of Allegiance. Also present Supervisor Gary Vink, Clerk Paul Raymond, County Assessor Kelly Schroeder and Wilma Assessor Robert Brewster, and Joseph Vink. Paul read the record of the 2012 Board of Equalization. Gary moved to approve; Glen seconded.

There were no letters. Joseph Vink asked about parcel 32.00079, the site of the Duxbury Store and the Vink home. The description on his tax form was cut off at the point where it said “excluding…” Bob explained that the description was too long to fit on the paper, so it just got cut off. They went on line with Glen’s phone and antenna to reach the store Wi-fi to look up the legal description. The 2.8 acres on the southwest corner of section 9 is 20 rods (330’) wide, west to east measured from the center of Tamarack River Road, and 16 rods (264’) from the center of Duxbury Road to the Pletcher’s and the Town Hall’s property line north. Joe’s property runs 150’ north and 165’ east. Pletcher’s is 114’ north to the property line. West to east, Duane Winglike owns the 84 feet running east of the store, and the township owns the last 81’. Both Glienke’s and the township’s land runs the full 16 rods north, 264’. Joe said that the township purchased 21’ from Mike Glienke, but it is unclear if the 84’ reflects the dimension before or after that sale. Joe said the county will have the deed and description of this sale. Vink’s and Pletcher’s total one acre, and Glienke’s and the townships total one acre. Joe said his only concern is that he was being taxed for part of Pletcher’s property. Kelly said they have the accurate description and he is not.

Gary Vink brought parcel 32.0081, the south farm property that is still in Beverly Vink’s name. Gary said he wanted to have it appraised as residential homestead as he is living in the trailer there. Kelly said the Board wouldn’t rule on that, but Gary can go to the county to have it changed to homestead status.

No other appeals. Gary moved to adjourn; Glen seconded. Meeting adjourned at 1:40 p.m. Paul Raymond, Clerk

 

NOTICE WILMA TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EQUALIZATION & REVIEW, April 24, 2013

NOTICE WILMA TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EQUALIZATION & REVIEW 

To Appeal 2014 Property Tax Valuations

Wednesday, April 24, 1 p.m.

Wilma Town Hall, Duxbury

Paul Raymond, Clerk