COPPERFIELD PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION
Board of Directors Meeting
March 23, 2010
Present: Jim Cooper-President,
Chris Brogan- Vice president, Ray McDermott-Director , Lesley Studholme-
SCM, Blaise Simone-Secretary & Alma McBride – Treasurer.
Guests- Wil Leister, Steve
Nealon and Gary Neff
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 to date
Feb. 16. Ray made the motion to accept the minutes as read, Alma
seconded and all were in favor.
The January report was read
by Alma McBride. February report is tabled until the April meeting.
Blaise made the motion to accept the January report, Chris seconded and
all were in favor.
Alma indicated that she has
received the compilation for 2009 and will review.
Lesley Studholme submitted
the manager’s report which consists of the tracking of non compliance issues
in Copperfield. Several properties were discussed as to the
status of the lawn and berm. It was also noted that 1835 Abbeyridge
still has the Xmas lights up.
It was decided that the April
meeting is tentatively set for the 4th week.
ARCC- Chris Brogan indicated that 5 ARA’s have
been approved, 3 are completed and 2 are not complete.
Ray McDermott stated that
there was nothing to report
Pepper Tree Follow up- Ray
McDermott indicated that the fence is complete with 1 part owned by Copperfield.
The section is removable and cost $275.00.
It was discussed that the
area (tract g) will need attention at some point because of the embankment.
Chris talked to Thad Johnson who suggested dropping 25 loads of fill and
then take another look. The fill would cost $3500.00. This
has been tabled for now.
Entrance spot lights and
outlets- The job is complete. Many thanks to Wil Leister, Blaise
Simone and Richard Saywell for all of their efforts. The Christmas
lights will now be safe. This cost was $216.82.
Website- Chris suggested
that Wil Leister be added as a point of contact for the web site.
The Contacts are Ray McDermott, Chris Brogan and Wil Leister. It
was noted that costs should be kept to a minimum.
Pit Bulls- There was discussion
on whether to send a follow up letter to an owner who reportedly has a
pit bull. There has been no response from the owner after being served
the first letter. It is not clear if the dog is really a pit bull
and the board would like clarification. SCM will send a follow up
letter requesting a response from the owner.
Yard Sale – Ray indicated
that the yard sale was a success and expressed sincere thanks to Cheryl
Nealon who heads it up. It was also requested that she remove the
preview date and make the sale Friday and Saturday for next year’s ad.
NEW BUSINESS -
Meeting location – Ray suggested
moving the location for the meeting due to the quarantine and various changes
in rooms at the Health Center. Several options were considered.
The most likely would be the Moose Lodge since it is available and dinner
could be an option before the meetings. Ray asked that others look
around for additional options.
GENERAL QUESTIONS AND
Gary Neff stated that Southern
Greens is not cutting the pond area to the berm as was agreed. S.C.M.
will call and request they cut the area regularly.
Ray made the motion to adjourn
at 8:40, Chris seconded and all were in favor.