COPPERFIELD PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION
Board of Directors Meeting
June 21, 2011
Present were: Jim Cooper
– President, Chris Brogan- Vice President, Biagio Simone – Secretary, Ray
McDermott – Director, Alma McBride - Treasurer & Lesley Studholme-
SCM. A quorum was established
Guests- Wil 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 May, 2011 were read by Biagio Simone. Alma made the motion to accept
the minutes, Ray seconded and all were in favor.
The treasurer’s report for
the May period was given by Alma McBride- She provided details on the deposits,
withdrawls and ending balance for the Wachovia checking account.
The Wachovia account will be switching to Wells Fargo as of the June statement.
She then included the Fidelity Reserve account deposit, interest and balance.
Blaise made the motion to accept the report as provided, Ray seconded and
all were in favor . The reports are to be made an integral part of
Lesley Studholme of Space
Coast Management submitted the manager’s report which consists of tracking
non compliance issues in Copperfield. The list of non compliance
letters included 30 which is substantially more than previous months. Many
owners have responded and the properties are either being worked on, completed
or in the attorney’s hands. Lesley had followed up with phone
calls on several repeat violators to get some kind of feedback on their
status. Nine delinquency notices were sent. Only 2 are seriously
outstanding which are currently under bank foreclosure. The
board indicated that 3 attorney letters needed to be sent- 1839, 1846 Abbeyridge
and 1910 Worchester. It was also noted that it is important
to keep on top of the Health Center’s area. The report is attached and
made a part of these minutes.
ARC– Chris Brogan
indicated that there were 7 ARA’s. Three are completed and four were
Tom Loshe did submitted an ARCC report which represents the previous
month. This report is an integral part of these minutes.
It was also noted that the
ARC had an informal get together and the Chairperson’s home as a general
meet and greet, and agreed that it was very beneficial.
Ray McDermott –reported that
the Indian hawthorns will be replaced. One of the palm trees is dead.
Ray requested authorization to spend up to $200.00 to have the stump ground,
cleaned up and removed. Blaise gave the motion to spend up to $200.00
for the above purpose, Chris seconded and all were in favor.
CD Renewal – Ray Reported
that the CD has been renewed with the current bank at 0.4%. After
research, it was determined that it is in keeping with the current rates.
1811 Abbeyridge – It was
discussed that the burned house has been demolished and the lot is up for
sale for $25,000.00. Lesley indicated that she has requested the
estate keep in touch with the BOD if there are any acceptable offers.
NEW BUSINESS -
GENERAL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS-
Blaise made the motion to
adjourn, Alma seconded and all were in favor at 7:58 p.m