COPPERFIELD PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION
Board of Directors Meeting
February 16, 2010
Present: Jim Cooper-President,
Chris Brogan- Vice president, Ray McDermott-Director , Lesley Studholme,
SCM & Blaise Simone-Secretary. Alma McBride – Treasurer was absent.
Guests- Wil Leister
Jim Cooper 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 January were read by Blaise Simone. Note: change spelling
error of garage sale “add to ad. “ Ray made the motion to accept
the minutes as read, Chris seconded and all were in favor.
The January report has been
tabled until the March meeting.
Lesley Studholme submitted
the manager’s report which consists of the tracking of non compliance issues
in Copperfield. It was decided that with the weather conditions – infraction
notices have been shelved for the month.
Chris Brogan indicated that there was no activity since the last meeting
for ARC and ARCC.
Ray McDermott reported on
purchasing the materials for the outlets and lights at the entrance.
The cost is $192.13 in which he has been reimbursed. The work
will start shortly.
Pepper Tree Follow up- Ray
McDermott indicated that the Saretsky’s have secured a survey of their
property line which includes all of the fence but the last two- ten foot
It was explained that the
area (tract g) was not part of the original COP subdivision and is
not a naturally flowing water body. It was originally a source of
water for the citrus growers. Lennar deeded the tract
over to the subdivision. Since the fence is the property of the Saretsky’s,
the repair has been put on hold. The Saretsky’s will be completing
an ARA to replace the fence. If COP replaces the last two sections,
it was discussed that it should be removable for access and repairs.
Bobcat- Jim Cooper discussed
the presence of the feline with a private trapper who indicated that the
cat is no longer in the area. Chris did some enquiries to trap the
cat which would have been lengthy and costly.
NEW BUSINESS -
New Yard Legislation- Discussion
followed on the new legislation requiring Florida friendly landscape. “
It is Florida’s way of stopping the use of using city water.” The BOD acknowledged
that it will be difficult to enforce some of the governing Copperfield
Wil Leister indicated that
there were still problems with the web site. SCM was listed on two
pages (the board approved of both locations as contact info.) and according
to Wil, the meeting dates were muddled. Lesley Studholme will review
and contact the web master with any changes if necessary.
Ray made the motion to adjourn
at 8:20, Chris seconded and all were in favor.