Chesapeake’s damage to surface property values for this Ederville site is over $415,000. This does not include the recent environmental damages to actual soil when gas and produced fluids was spraying all around.
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Subject: What is net effect on TAD tax valuations for Chesapeake surface vs mineral?
Roger, in the past I have asked for gaswell devaluations near drilling reports for Arlington and hope by now you have ordered these? In fairness to understand the current net effect, we need to know what the mineral tax valuations offsets are (TAD state code G1). Certainly the income on minerals valuations will be short lived due to the hyperbolic decline curve in gas production with these horizontal laterals.
Please let me know so I can request a copy and update my blog post on this.
The lady from the drill site in Ft Worth that spewed twice in a month
(with the last time trapping her in her home during an ice storm) wrote me in response to a press release (see below)….Janice wrote: “I went to the Tarrant County Appraisal District and requested a hearing to get the property taxes on my house lowered because of the location across the street from a gas well and got a letter the next week stating that my taxes have been lowered
(13% or $9,000) without the hearing.”
She also wrote of her health issues… “I mentioned a health problem to my doctor that I have noticed since living across the street (225′) from a gas well. I mentioned to her that I lived directly across the street from the gas well site and she had no comment. I could be imagining it, but I thought she had an odd look on her face.”
I noticed that the Ederville Chesapeake drill site property near her, (TAD# 05315832
TAD state code J2), lost almost 97% ($320,000) in taxable value. Property that used to be worth $2.55 sq ft is now worth .07 cents per sq ft.
Also Chesapeake’s eight parcels of land behind the homes adjacent to the padsite were also reduced in total by $96,000 and are valued at a whopping .07 cents per sq ft.
Chesapeake’s damage to surface property values for this Ederville site is over $415,000. This does not include the recent environmental damages to actual soil when gas and produced fluids were spraying all around.
A couple years ago before the Fulson padsite gas well spewed at Sublett and 360, Jane Lynn told me of her success in complaining by phone and getting an immediate tax reduction on her property too. I studied both the Fulson site and my Truman/Cowboys Stadium drill site TAD records and found similar losses as described above. I understand that they are having trouble selling or developing that land adjacent to the Fulson site; that WAS a prime location.
Here are the press releases from not one
, but two
Dallas bloggers regarding my 31% home devaluation near fracking. My $story$ is circulating…maybe this should get people actively protesting the value of their homes near drill sites especially since those royalty checks aren’t that impressive.
Ask and you shall receive….follow the money….it rule$.
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|Janice Colston commented on a link you shared.
|Janice wrote: “I went to the Tarrant County Appraisal District and requested a hearing to get the property taxes on my house lowered because of the location across the street from a gas well and got a letter the next week stating that my taxes have been lowered without the hearing.”
Interesting photo of our past Ft Worth mayor with real estate guy Michael Mallick-thats all for now.
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