Why we must continue the fight for passage of the CFA!

Appraisals have proven to be highly inconsistent and

often result in extreme fees.

• Fees are based on land value, not the value of the highly

restricted recreation land use.

• Some fees are too low, less than the recreational value, and

in some cases, less than the cost to administer the program.

• Some fees are too high, beyond a typical cabin owner’s

ability to pay and often so high that marketability is lost

when cabins don’t sell.

• The 10-year appraisal cycle places all fees under a cloud

of uncertainty, even if your current fee is somewhat


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