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I iill I i1: i i II! if Page A-10 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, Aug. 21,2014 Landowners can now file assessed valuation appeals Property owners who disagree with their property values as assessed by the Mason County Assessor's Office can now file appeals with the Mason County Board of Equalization. Landowners must file a petition to the board within 30 days of receiving their notice of value from the Asses- sor's Office. After a petition is filed, a hearing will be scheduled with the Board of Equalization. Mason County Assessor Melody Peterson said Tuesday that the Asses- so s Office is using new software this year. She encouraged anyone with a con- cern about their property values to contact the Assessor's Office. The board first convened this year July 15. They will continue to hear ap- peals this month. For more information and to get an appeal form, call 427-9670, ext. 397 or go to www.co.mason.wa.us/ equalization, or go to the Mason County Commissioners Office at 411 N. Fourth Street in Shelton. County seeks members for advisory committee The Mason County Planning Advi- sory Commission (PAC) needs more members. Applicants from Mason County Commissioner Districts 1 and 3 are encouraged to apply. CommissionerDistrict i covers the North Mason area and District 3 cov- ers Shelton and the south end of Ma- son County. The PAC is a seven-member citizen board appointed to advise the Mason County Board of Commissioners on amendments to the Comprehensive Plan, Shoreline Master Program and land use regulations. The commission meets once per month on the third Monday at 6 p.m. Commissioners serve a four-year term. The vacant District 1 position is for the remainder of an unexpired term ending Oct. 2, 2016. The District 3 position will expire July 31, 2018. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled and should be submitted to the county commission office at 411 N. Fifth Street in Shel- ton. Application forms are available at the commission office, by calling 427- 9670 ext. 419, or at co.mason.wa.us. County plans to transfer skate park to city of Sheiton The Mason County Board of Com- missioners is working to transfer op- erations of the skate park to the city of Shelton. The commission approved a letter Tuesday addressed to Shelton Mayor Gary Cronce, asking to set up a meet- ing to talk about the proposal. The skate park, near Oakland Bay Jr. High School, is operated by the county. According to the letter, county staff asked the city whether it planned to take over the skate park in May, but have not yet received a response. City Administrator Dave O'Leary said the city had discussed taking over the skate park last year, but delayed the plans after learning that their Metropolitan Park District funds were projected to drop $129,000 between 2013 and 2014. O'Leary said the city commission will discuss the issue soon. "I don't think by any stretch we're sure to say no," O'Leary said. "Things are tougher than they were a year ago." Compiled by reporter Natalie Johnson Home Improvement =Landscaping =Real Estate Large end smell lobs Walls, Fences, SrNrlnlder Systen , Patio a Decks, Sod Installation, _.ecling We'll get the job donel at 360-490-2221 / 360-490-0738 Mayange.neraldeanu; We still have another month of Summer... Enjoy! ...that we use the finest materials and craftsmanship on all the jobs we do. Or that we've been serving Western Washington for over 55 years. You Know that you've got her covered and that the roof over your heads will give years of trouble free protection from the elements while increasing the value of your home. RE-RC)OF|NG . REPAIRS ROOF CLEANINGS SKYLIGHTS & SOLAR TUBES VINYL WINDOW REPLACEMENT HEATING AIR CONDI130NING DECKS - CALL NOW for your FREE ESTIMATE! 0% Financing Available O.A.C, ,: RO0t~ 168N8 ' i 1131 W. lamilche Lane -Just OffHwY 101 I I