Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 8, 1974 · Page 10
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 10

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 8, 1974
Page 10
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Boards of Review in 12 Iowa Counties Ordered to Adjust Valuations By Harrison Weber Iowa Dully Press Association if r v DES 'MOINES — State Revenue Director Donald Briggs has instructed boards of review in a dozen counties to make certain percentage adjustments in the valuation of property. ,. Last fall a number of assessors were informed by the state that they needed to make adjustments in certain types of property in order to equalize property between various assessing jurisdictions. Most of the assessors complied, but several did not. This latest.action is a result of a review of the records by the State Revenue Director and Pleads Guiltv V iii U.S. Tax Case DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)—A Davenport businessman, who has pleaded guilty to failing to file federal income tax returns, is expected to be sentenced in about two weeks. Harold W.' Wendhausen, 59. owner of Modern Machine and Tool Co., Monday pleaded guilty to four counts of a five-count information which had been filed by U.S. Atty. Allen Donielson. the State Property Tax Division. Under the new fiscal year law, the equalization order will apply to taxes payable in 1975 and 1976. The first payment will be due by Oct. 1. 1975, the second by April 1. 1976. The 12 counties are: Dallas. Wayne, Warren, Fayette. Buchanan, Dickinson, Kossuth, Decatur. Polk. Mahaska, Wright and Clayton. In only two instances are the valuations reduced. Commercial property in Mahaska County is reduced by 21 per cent and by 12 per cent in Decatur County. The biggest increase ordered was 28 per cent in urban residential property in Wendhausen was charged with willfully failing to file tax returns for 1967 through 1971. He pleaded guilty for failing to file returns for 1968 through 1971 when he had a gross income of $169,169.29. Wendhausen, a life-long resident of Davenport, has operated his own company since 1946. He faces a maximum penalty of one year in prison and $10,000 fine on each of the four counts, said authorities. Dickinson County. In making''the adjustments ordered by Briggs. the county boards of review will have the option of reassessing eaeh parcel of property in the affected class, or by making an across-the-board adjustment of all parcels of property by the percentage specified in the order. The boards of review must publish notice in newspapers of general circulation of the adjustments made in compliance with the order. Affected taxpayers may appeal the adjustment by filing a written protest with their local board of review. During the May session the Record Boosl in Cattlemen's Membership DES MOINES. Iowa (API— The Iowa Cattlemen's Association's (ICA) membership has increased at a record rate during the past year, according to ICA records. The organization had a membership of 7.200 in April 1973 and passed the 10.000-member level last month. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, May 8, 1974 1 1 board of reviews may act only upon those protests filed by Monday. May 6. These sessions will cover protests stemming From earlier adjustments. After these sessions have been conducted, the boards of review in the 12 affected counties will be reconvened in special session to hear any appeals from the latest action taken by the state. Equalization Orders to Boards of Review: (County, Class(es) Adjustment) All but nine counties in Iowa have an organized county group. Those counties not yet affiliated are mostly in southern Iowa but ICA expects all 99 counties will have organizations by Aug. 1. Sioux County leads in membership with 615, followed by Tama with 435, Clinton 360; Ida 354; Guthrie284. Cherokee 274, Sac 233, Crawford 226, Cass 210 and Kossuth 200. All segments of the beef producing business in Iowa are represented by the ICA. Dallas, Rural Agricultural. 1-12 per c 1 e n I . R u r H I Residential, i 2!) per cent. Urban Residential. I 21 pel- cent ; Wayne, Rural Agricultural. + 19 per cent. Urban Residential, t-20 per cent: Warren. 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