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COPPERFIELD PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION
Board of Directors Meeting
July 15, 2008

Present:  Ray McDermott - Director,  Chris Brogan- Vice president, Blaise Simone-Secretary, Lesley Studholme - S.C.M.  & Wil Leister.   

Vice President Chris called the meeting to order at 7:05 p.m. at the Health Center of Merritt Island.   

READING OF THE MINUTES

The minutes of the meeting of June 17, 2008 were read by Blaise Simone.  Ray made the motion to accept the minutes.  Blaise seconded and all were in favor.

TREASURER’S REPORT

Lesley Studholme - gave an overview of the financials for the June/July period.  The report consisted of income and expenditures with the bottom line in each account.  There was more discussion on collection for delinquent accounts. Chris indicated he had talked with the present Treasurer Beth who indicated that Tuesday’s for the meeting is now difficult.  It might be necessary to find a new Treasurer.  Blaise made the motion to accept the Treasurers Report, Ray seconded and all were in favor.

MANAGER’S REPORT

Lesley Studholme submitted the manager’s report which consists of the tracking of non compliance issues in Copperfield.  Most of the infractions again were lawns since we are having such a dry spell. Two delinquencies have been sent to the attorney.    Two properties on Abbeyridge are not complying with lawn infractions. The BOD agreed to also send these to the attorney.  

COMMITTEE REPORTS

ARC /ARCC–  There was no ARC action taken for the current period

                      -  There was no report submitted for the ARCC

LANDSCAPE –

Ray McDermott reported that the palm trees and cottonwoods at the entrance have been trimmed by Leland as well as the Oleanders  Vance is still working on the mulch, stone and Indian Hawthornes.

Chris contacted Jason of Neon Tree Service regarding the pepper tree problem.  They have evaluated the property and bid up to $350 per day to cut, chip or haul  the pepper trees.  This bid is less than Leland’s bid .  Ray made the motion to accept the bid of Neon’s to provide 1 days labor with the option of up to 1 more day if needed.  The BOD will instruct them as to the areas of severity.  Blaise seconded and all were in favor.

OLD BUSINESS-

Charging Assessments- Lesley indicated that there have been no credit card payment requests.

Filling the washout around the storm drain-  Chris indicted that quikcrete around the drain might be an option to throw the bags down and they will harden up.  Chris also indicated that he contacted Roads and Bridges to inform them of “their” problem.  No one has gotten back to him yet.  Chris also indicated that he will ask Jason of Neon if this is within their perimeters since they have a bobcat.

Further discussion has been tabled at this time. 

NEW BUSINESS -
655 Heather Stone - the trailer has been moved.

GENERAL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

Wil indicated that he got the check for the Xmas decorations and will proceed.

The continued partying at a particular address on Heather Stone has created some concern.  It was suggested that the police be called everything there is a disturbance.

ADJOURNMENT-
Chris made the motion to adjourn the meeting, Ray seconded and all were in favor 8:15 pm