Copperfield Property Owners Association
Board of Directors Meeting
March 18, 2014
The meeting was called to
order at 7:05 p.m.
Saretsky, Jim Cooper, Denis Riley and Ray McDermott. Also in attendance:
Bob Springer, Will Leister and Angela Walker with TCB Property Management.
Minutes of the February 18,
2014 meeting were reviewed by the Board. Ray McDernott made a motion
to approve the February 18, 2014 minutes; Denis Riley seconded the motion
and the motion was passed unanimously by voice vote.
Denis Riley gave a verbal
overview of the Association’s financial standing as of February 28, 2014.
Ray McDermott made a motion to approve the Treasure’s Report; Denis Riley
seconded the motion and the motion was passed unanimously by voice vote.
Committee Reports: ARC
& ARCC – Chris Saretsky read the list of approved architectural applications.
The Copperfield Amendments filed
with the state have been mailed to each Homeowner.
Each Homeowner received a copy
of the Copperfield POA spring newsletter along with their second quarter
Cut back of the Pepper trees
has been completed.
Landscape Committee Report:
Management reported the Robellini Palm is still being treated by Southern
Old Business: Governing
Documents review. The Board discussed strengthening the Copperfield Governing
Documents. It was decided that it would be best to obtain legal advice
before moving forward.
Planning a meeting with Clayton
& McCulloh regarding collections services and document revisions. Ray
McDermott stated that a meeting with Wendy at Clayton & McCulloh could
be arranged at no charge to the Association to discuss collection matters.
The Board agreed for Ray McDermott to contact Wendy and Brain Hess at Clayton
& McCulloh to arrange these meetings.
Discussion of the request by
Clayton & McCulloh for a motion on collection action and cost associated
with that action. The Board decided to table the collection action until
after the meeting with Wendy at Clayton & McCulloh.
New Homeowner’s: Ray McDermott
presented management with a letter for new homeowners and asked that a
copy of the letter be sent to all new homeowners once the Warranty Deed
is received by the TCB Property Management office.
Motion was made by Denis
Riley to adjourn; Ray McDermott seconded the motion and the motion was
passed unanimously by voice vote at 7:50 p.m.