COPPERFIELD PROPERTY OWNERS
Board of Directors Meeting
March 20, 2012
Jim Cooper-President, Chris Brogan- Vice President, Biagio Simone – Secretary,
Maurice Cronin – Treasurer, Ray McDermott- Director & Lesley Studholme-
SCM. A quorum was established.
Guests- No Guests were present
Jim Cooper called the meeting
to order at 7:06 p.m. at the Health Center of Merritt Island.
READING OF THE MINUTES
The minutes of the meeting
of January 17, 2012 were read by Biagio Simone. Maurice made the motion
to accept the minutes, Ray seconded and all were in favor.
The treasurer’s reports
for the January and February periods were given by Maurice Cronin-
He provided details on the deposits, with drawls and ending balance for
the Wells Fargo checking account. He then included the
Fidelity Reserve account deposit, interest and balance. The two months
were combined as one motion made by Biagio to accept the reports as provided,
Ray seconded and all were in favor. The reports are to be made
an integral part of these minutes.
Lesley Studholme of Space
Coast Management submitted the manager’s reports for February. This
report consists of tracking non compliance issues in Copperfield.
. Owners have responded and the issues are either being worked on, or completed.
There are still three delinquent maintenance fees seriously outstanding.
Lesley has been corresponding with lenders and owners to bring the accounts
to date. It was noted that 1811 Abbeyridge completed the fence replacement
however the fence is board on board and not shadow box which has been required
in the past on a perimeter fence. It was also noted that the county
did not require a permit as per the owner.
ARC– Chris Brogan
reviewed 2 ARA’s for the time period which are completed.
Tom Loshe did submit an ARCC report which represents February activity
Four ARA’s are completed and approved. This report is an integral
part of these minutes.
Ray McDermott – indicated
that the Palm Trees have been trimmed. It was noted that Southern
Greens has been doing a good job. Ray indicated he will talk with
Southern Greens about trimming back the pepper trees on the cul de sac.
Also, Ray reported that to
North and south storm water outfall damage has been corrected.
Pepper trees and brush has been cut back to the berm and perimeter stakes.
The wall has been painted.
The sign spot lights have been replaced and ground fault outlets installed.
The electrical service was replace with a new meter box and timer.
The well pump was replaced and sprinkler timer and cover.
The yard sale had a moderate
turn out. The Board extended their appreciation for Cheryl Nealon’s
hard efforts. It was discussed that the community yard sale is good
because it limits the amount of weekly yard sales to one per year.
NEW BUSINESS -
GENERAL QUESTIONS AND
Maurice made the motion
to adjourn, Ray seconded and all were in favor at 7:53 p.m