COPPERFIELD PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION,
Board of Directors Meeting
FEBRUARY 15, 2011
Jim Cooper – President -Chris
Brogan- Vice President, Biagio Simone – Secretary, Ray McDermott-Director,
Alma McBride-Treasurer & Lesley Studholme- SCM. a quorum was
Guests- Will Leister
Jim Cooper called the meeting
to order at 7:00 p.m. at the Health Center of Merritt Island.
READING OF THE MINUTES
The minutes of the meeting
of January 18, 2011 were read by Biagio Simone. It was noted that Will
also helped under Landscape. Also, Jim stated that antennas are permited
“up to” 12’ above the ridge vent. Chris made the motion to accept the minutes
as amended, Ray seconded and all were in favor.
The treasurer’s report for
January 2011 was reviewed by Alma McBride. She gave an overview of
the Wachovia checking and Fidelity Reserve and CD accounts for each subsequent
month. The reports are to be an integral part of these minutes.
Biagio made the motion to accept the reports as presented, Ray seconded
and all were in favor.
Lesley Studholme submitted
the manager’s report which consists of tracking non compliance issues in
Copperfield. Many owners have responded and the properties are either
being worked on, completed or in the attorney’s hands. She noted that the
accountant has all of the documents for the compilation and taxes.
Discussion continued over the FPL bill. Lesley agreed to review and
note if the reading were consecutive however, the bill for the last month
is back to normal. There were 27 delinquencies. Discussion
was over one delinquency whereby the property is in foreclosure.
Upon the attorney’s advise, no lien has been issued as yet but the BOD
will and is making every effort to collect.
The report is attached and
made a part of these minutes.
ARC– Chris Brogan
stated that there was one 1 ARA which was approved and completed.
Loshe did not submit an ARCC report
Ray McDermott – reported
that Southern Greens did mow up to the lines at the pond area. He
will monitor it to see if that changes.
The papaya tree has been
removed from 673 Heather Stone.
NEW BUSINESS -
The garage sale has been
put together by Cheryl Nealon. The dates will be March 11 and 12.
It was discussed whether Friday is a good idea since so many people work
but it was determined that it is up to Cheryl. The cost
of the ad will be approx $75.00. Ray made the motion and Chris seconded
that up to $75.00 could be spent on the garage sale ad. All were
Ray put together a Spring
Newsletter to go out with the next billing cycle. It covers some
of the topics as outlined by some residents.
Neff correspondence was discussed
and determined that the BOD cannot legislate politeness and common sense
however the concerns have been addressed in the newsletter. It was
also noted that any problems with animals should be reported to Animal
Control since they are the governing body.
GENERAL QUESTIONS AND
Alma made the motion to adjourn,
Chris seconded and all were in favor at 7:40 p.m