San Jacinto County, Texas trial court case number CIV 11,234. Phyllis A. Morton V. Paradise Cove Property Owners Association, Glenn Hanson, Charles R. Shotwell, and Sherlyn Shotwell. And in the 11th Court of Appeals. The State of Texas case No.11-08-00022-CV.
Defendant’s Exhibit # 40, # 56 -W2, and # 10. Which are the San Jacinto CAD reports for the year 2004 Paradise Cove block eight lots six and seven. Owner Shotwell, Charles Ross & Sherlyn Lee. Type 2, Description MA 2, State Code Main area 2nd floor, Class FWS22+, Year Built 1996, SQ FT 144, for a total Living Area SQ FT 1,424. What has changed San Jacinto CAD Shotwell for the year 2010. Type LOFTR, Description Loft (residential), State Code A+, Year Built 1997, SQ FT 144, Living Area SQ FT 1,280. The court ordered photos clearly show a second story living area. Now the internet version of the CAD has changed to match the court’s verdict. The building has not changed.
Defendant’s Exhibit # 41, # 56-V, and #8. Which are the San Jacinto CAD report for the year 2004 Paradise Cove, block eight lot 11. Owner Hanson, Glenn and Jeri. Living Area SQ FT 1,248. The court ordered photos clearly show a second story loft but the CAD reports do not show a loft. What has changed San Jacinto CAD Hanson and Jeri for year 2010. Type LOFTR, Description Loft (Residential), State Code A, Year built 2003, SQ FT 284, Living Area SQ FT 1,248 did not change. I have a San Jacinto County Appraisal of Hanson’s building, date printed 02/26/2007, that shows the loft area 337 SQ FT. Now the Internet version of the CAD has changed to match the courts verdict. The building has not changed.
When researching Paradise Cove’s County Appraisal, waterfront properties, I came across Oliver, Richard and Carol. Their building is clearly marked living area second-level full story, area over garage, finished, full story. Year built 2007. What is missing here is boathouse, storage, boathouse, lower deck boat house, upper deck, pier, etc…
The president of the Paradise Cove Property Owners Association, Kaylynn Williford, Harris County Assistant Dist. Atty. Houston Texas, also her waterfront property does not show her boathouse on the San Jacinto County property tax appraisal. Her boathouse has been built for several years. Four? (PCPOA) Meeting Minutes March 28, 2009. Madam Williford brought up the fact that she had talked to the appraisal district about our subdivisions “grade” with regards to property values, and stated that when we receive our appraisal notice that we document why you feel it should be lowered, protests in writing using the reasons such as our poor roads, the current lawsuit, etc. I say; Not showing your boathouse or your second story would also keep the taxes lower, and our subdivision roads are private.