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8A Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010 Feather River Bulletin i, A short primer on Calif a property taxes Diana Jorgenson Portola Editor djorgen- son@plumasnews.corn California offers a surprisingly readable overview on property taxes (boe.ca.gov/proptaxes! proptax) Here's the short version. State Board of Equal- ization (BOE) administers sales tax and excise taxes and oversees property taxes. BOE has five elected members: four mem- bers from legislatively defined districts and the state controller who serves in an ex of- ficio capacity County boards of su- pervisors act as BOE; large counties with many assessment ap- peals appoint a board to act; Plurnas County (one of nine counties) uses its Board of Super- visors, instead. BOE has two divisions: county-assessed proper- ties and state-assessed properties. The state continues to assess and collect taxes on privately owned railroad cars. BOE continues to assess regulated railway, tele- graph, telephone com- panies, utilities both electrical and gas, pipelines, flumes, ditch- es and aqueducts; rev- enue allocated to coun- ties in which the proper- ty is located History 1879: BOE regulated county assessment prac- tices, equalized county assessment ratios, and assessed railroad prop- erties Pre-1912: BOE as- sessed property and col- lected 70 percent of the state's income. Now counties levy property taxes; BOE promotes uniformity in property assessments throughout the state. County assessor an- nually assesses, discov- ers, inventories and lists all assessable and tax- able property on the Io- cal assessment rol I; es- tablishes secured tax roll: regular assess- ments of any given year. County tax collector prepares tax bills, gen- erally mailed by Nov. 1. First installment due Dec. 10; second install- rnent becomes delin- quent April 10. One percent tax rate, plus amount to make bond payments Property tax relief Property owners 55 or older and perma- nently disabled may carryover taxable value to a new dwelling with - out being reassessed. Parents may transfer a principal residence to children without re- assessment. New construction re- quired by ADA or seis- mic retrofit is not tax- able, filed claim re- quired. Property substantially damaged or destroyed by a disaster; reduced value remains until the property is repaired or reconstructed. Unsecured roll is pri- marily tenant-owned property and fixtures, boats, aircraft, etc.; delinquent Aug. 31. Supplemental assess- ment roll: properties that changed owner-- ship or had construc- tion. Penalties Ten percent penalty if delinquent Monthly redemption penalty 1.5 percent on unpaid taxes Property redeemed by paying taxes, penal- ties and costs within five years of the date the property became tax-defaulted. Unredeemed proper- ty may be sold a public auction. Appeal Property owner may appeal assessment in- formally byspeaking to assessor or file formal appeal with the BOE (in this case, Plumas Coun- ty Board of Supervi- sors). GREGORY SAWYER D.D.S Family Dentistry, Orthodontics t ,,\\; / an mwsahgn Provider  -! (530) 28t.2811 " I 2034 East Main St Pet Quincy, CA 95971 1" (across from Polka Dot, East Quincy) . Evening appts, available --/I..  1[ l OPEN MON - Fal. 8:30am - 4:30pm F 0%, financing available O.A.C. Our roots are deep in Plumas County Quality & Experience Since 1946 Where we love our plants enough to raise them here - Full Service Florist - Don't forget, we deliver - 41796 Hwy. 70, Quincy vj] NearFeotherRlverCollege ml :vr' 283-2010 i We Ilavt ltloz, rlta atat :Plllmcal Lunch Specials: Fresh Salad Calzones & WinKs Oven Toasted Sandwiches We Deliver 530-2320 Open 7 days a week 11am - lOpm 60 E. Main Street in the Plumas Pines Shopping Center F PLUMAS CHARTER 169 Lawrence St., Quincy 283-1600 AlL AMERICAN MINI .STORAGE QUINCY MINI STORAGE 1972 Lee Rd., (behind SavMor), Quincy 283-3515 QUINCY STUDENTS OF THE MONTH We salute you for being chosen students of the month by your principal and teachers for your outstanding achievements in academics, athletics and/or community activities. HEATHER PENCE AGE: 16 GRADE: 11 FAVORITE SUBJECT: Reading PLANS FOR THE FUTURE: I plan on opening a full service bakery and doing custom cakes for special occasions, TAYLOR MORRISON AGE: 17 GRADE: 12 FAVORITE SUBJECT: Administration of Justice (FRC) PLANS FOR THE FUTURE: To finish FRC and acquire my M, then continue on a university and major in Criminal Justice or Psyoholegy. 00oOTLOOSESTUDIO OF THE ART@ Applause, applause to all!! 283-3259 Troy C. Van ]Pelt, D.D,S. ,,, ,,,,  FamLily Dentistry i ;  Providing gentle care i l '",. " to people of all ages/ :  fY 'i Ca]] for an appointment i[- l Walk-ins & Emergencies Welcome! J v-- 283-9988 279 Main St. Quincy 00unn'00 00;0(fee anb "fine "A European - Style Coffee House'" 231 West Main St. Quincy 283-5061 i i i 283-9200  U'I-IIAUU 101 Trilogy Lane Quincy, CA 95971 www.goldcountrymini QUINCY HIGH SCHI)OL RACHEL HANNA AGE: 13 GRADE: 7 FAVORITE SUBJECT: Science and choir PLANS FOR THE FUTURE: Go to College, possibly become a vet, and have a nice family. THERESA CAPORALE AGE: 13 GRADE: 8 FAVORITE SUBJECT: P.E. PLANS FOR THE FUTURE: Go to college then change the world (possibly by becoming a superhero). DUSTIN DUPLANTY e AGE: 15 GRADE: 9 FAVORITE SUBJECT: Historyof War and Geography PLANS FOR THE FUTURE" I , decided to go to a mechanics college and then to join the Army with my mechanic skills. CHASE*NIEMAN AGE: 16 GRADE: 12 FAVORITE SUBJECT: Welding PLANS FOR THE FUTURE: Be a welder or mechanic. RUEBEN AGE: 15 GRADE: 10 FAVORITE SUBJECT:. and history PLANS FOR THE FUTURE: Graduate and go to UTI auto mechanic. i I i i :iL!i i-i I   ii : ECKO NEELY NATALEE OLHISER ALISON HICKS JACOB RICK CATE BAKER AI3E: 5 AGI: 7 AGE: 7 AGE: 8 AGE: 10 AGE: 11 GRADE: Kindergarten GR/DE: 1 GRADE: 2 GRADE: 3 GRADE: 5 GRADE: 5 FAVORITE SUBJECT:. Acv FAVORITE SUBJECT: Reading, FAVORITE SUBJECT: Math and FAVORITE SUBJECT: Math FAVORITE SUBJECT: Math FAVORITE SUBJECT: Math Time. Scien:e, History and m th Science PLANS FOR THE FUTURE: PLANS FOR THE FUTURE: P..N s FOR THE ;UTURE: PLANS FOR THE FUTURE: I want to travel the world and grow PLANS FOR THE FUTURE: i'd like to be a mermaid. Work in a restaurant an I go bowling a PLANS FOR THE FUTURE: An artist and singer, up before I decide, but one ofmy Be in the NFL. lot. I want to be a doctor when I grow up. options is to be a vet. [ I I