2022 Board of Equalization Proceedings
April 12, 2022
4:00 PM City Hall
Members present: President Carlsrud, Commissioner Bishop, Commissioner Magnuson, Commissioner Gulmon, Commissioner Erickson.
Others Present: City Attorney Martineck, Deputy Auditor Klein, City Administrator Crawford, Police Chief Hatcher, Administrative Assistant Johnson, Assessor-in-Training Current, Assessor Hansen.
Deputy Auditor Klein read North Dakota Century Code sections 57-11-01, 03 and 07 pertaining to the duties of the Board of Equalization.
President Carlsrud declared the hearing open at 4:04 P.M. City Assessor Hansen reported the changes in property values within the city for 2022. An overall summary was read and submitted.
|pROPERTY tYPE||sTATE cERTIFIED vALUES||pROJECTED tOTALS 2022||$ cHANGE||% cHANGE|
|Grand Total residential||$259,698,600||$281,385,500||$21,686,900||8.35%|
|Grand total Commercial||$164,818,285||$174,756,410||$9,938,125||6.03%|
|GRAND TOTAL agricultural land||$98,700||$98,700||$0||0.0%|
|TOTAL MARKET VALUE||$424,615,585||$456,240,610||$31,625,025||7.45%|
City Assessor Hansen stated 125 Notices of Increase were sent out. The following property owners contacted City Assessor Hansen regarding the notice of increase for 2022.
|pROPERTY OWNER||REQUESTED CHANGE|
|George Gaukler||Vacant lots in Meadow View Estates, Prairie View Addition, and Hyland Park were adjusted down.|
|Bob Bergan Paul Diegel Wade Bruns Deb Thoreson Robert Mosby||No Changes No Changes No Changes No Changes No Changes|
Commissioner Bishop moved to close the hearing, seconded by Commissioner Gulmon. The motion passed unanimously.
Commissioner Bishop moved to approve the assessment book as prepared by the City Assessor, seconded by Commissioner Gulmon. The motion passed unanimously.
The meeting was adjourned at 4:21 p.m.