COPPERFIELD PROPERTY OWNERS
Board of Directors Meeting
April 19, 2011
Chris Brogan- Vice President,
Biagio Simone – Secretary, Ray McDermott – Director & Lesley Studholme-
SCM. Absent was Jim Cooper – President and Alma McBride – Treasurer.
A quorum was established
Guests- Lynn Riley – ARC
Chairperson & Will Leister
Chris Brogan called
the meeting to order at 7:10 p.m. at the Health Center of Merritt Island.
READING OF THE MINUTES
The minutes of the meeting
of March 15, 2011 were read by Biagio Simone. Ray made the motion
to accept the minutes, Chris seconded and all were in favor.
In the treasurer’s absence,
the March report will be rescheduled to May 2011.
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. The
report is larger this month due to nicer weather conditions and spring
lawn growth. Several properties were sent letters regarding
rust as well as lawns. The report is attached and made a part of these
ARC– Chris Brogan
stated that there were 2 new approved ARA’s and 1 on the spot,
which 2 of these are completed
Tom Loshe submitted an ARCC report which is an integral part of these minutes.
Ray McDermott – indicted
that Lelands agreed to trim the palms at the entrance for a cost of $402.00.
The board has agreed to the estimate.
NEW BUSINESS -
Ray had suggested that the
newsletter be posted on the web site. It was agreed to post the newsletters
on the web site starting this date and to continue with future additions.
Chris Brogan brought the
board up to date on the burned home located on Abbeyridge. He indicated
that the roof has a dip which might be considered for demo. Chris
agreed to write a letter to the relatives of the owner requesting that
the Copperfield Property Owners be kept in the loop. If the home is demolished,
the documents indicated that there are guidelines as far as replacement.
GENERAL QUESTIONS AND
Blaise made the motion to
adjourn, Ray seconded and all were in favor at 8:00 p.m