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L <br />2006 VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARD (VAB) <br />MINUTES OF MARCH 6, 2007 <br />CONTINUATION OF MEETING OF MARCH 2, 2007 <br />The Value Adjustment Board of Indian River County, Florida, met in regular session Tuesday, <br />March 6, 2007 at 8:30 a.m. in Conference Room "B", County Administration Building, 1840 25th <br />Street, Vero Beach, Fl. 32960. <br />Present were Value Adjustment Board Chairman Gary C. Wheeler, Vice Chairman Wesley S. <br />Davis, Board Members Peter D. O'Bryan, and Debbie MacKay ( Karen Disney-Brombach was <br />absent). Also present were Value Adjustment Board Attorney William "Bill" DeBraal, Property <br />Appraiser David Nolte, and Value Adjustment Board Clerk Maria I. Suesz. <br />1. Petitioner 2006-0504 — Dennis & Charlene Zarzycki — requesting to address the <br />Board. <br />(Clerk's Note: Dennis and Charlene Zarzycki verbally requested that the Board review the <br />property appraiser's evidence used to determine the assessed value on their property, because <br />they believe there is an error. This item was heard following Item 4. See Item 5 for discussion.) <br />2. Call to Order <br />Chairman Wheeler called the meeting to order at 8:30 a.m. <br />3. Invocation — Board Member O'Bryan <br />4. Pledge of Allegiance — Board Member Debbie MacKay <br />5. Approval of Special Magistrates' Recommendations of 2006 Value Adjustment <br />Board Hearings <br />Charlene Zarzycki handed out evidence that was presented by the Property Appraiser at <br />her VAB hearing on December 14, 2007 with the Special Magistrate. She was appealing the <br />assessed value on her property for 2006 taxes, and the Special Magistrate recommendation was <br />the Board deny relief for failure to "overcome the presumption of correctness" of the property <br />appraiser (see worksheet attached). She wanted the Board to review the property appraiser's <br />evidence, because she believed there was an error made. <br />Property Appraiser David Nolte explained that Mrs. Zarzycki wanted a rehearing, and he <br />thought if the Board rehears her petition, then they need to notify all petitioners that they have <br />the right to a second hearing. <br />Discussion ensued regarding the VAB rules and procedures, and the Board asked for <br />legal advice. Attorney DeBraal advised the Board that they have the right to hear what Mrs. <br />2006 Continuation of Final VAB Meeting <br />March 6, 2007 - 1 <br />