|Copperfield Property Owners Association
Board of Directors Meeting
Merritt Island Public Library
June 17, 2014
The meeting was called to
order at 1:00 p.m.
Saretsky, Denis Riley, Ray McDermott and Jim Cooper. Also in attendance:
Will Leister, Gary Neff and Angela Walker with TCB Property Management.
Minutes of the May 20, 2014
meeting were reviewed by the Board. Denis Riley made a motion to approve
the May 20, 2014 minutes; Ray McDermott seconded the motion and the motion
was passed unanimously by voice vote.
Denis Riley gave a verbal
overview of the Associationís financial standing and accounts receivable
status as of May 31, 2014. Accounts receivable report included the following
Total A/R decreased by ($672)
or (17%) from April 30, 2014 to May 31, 2014.
A/R for homeowners owing more
than two quarters fees increased by $504 or 30% for the same period.
The total number of homeowners
owing more than two quarters fees increased from 3 to 6 during the period.
Denis Riley made a motion
to approve the Treasurerís Report for May 2014; Ray McDermott seconded
the motion and the motion was passed unanimously by voice vote.
Denis Riley asked management
to check the Actual vs Budget YTD report for Landscape - Entrance and Lawn
Maintenance to insure that all entries for those line items were captured
Committee Reports: ARC
& ARCC. Management reported that Tom Loshe has resigned from the ARCC.
The Board stated that Tom Loshe has been a great asset to the Copperfield
Board over the years and he will be greatly missed. Chris Saretsky explained
that Lynn Riley will provide the Board with the monthly Architectural Review
Applications status report from now on. A note will be mailed to
Tom Loshe thanking him for his many years of service to the community.
Southern Greens landscaping
reported to management that the Robellini Palm (located at the front entrance)
has been removed.
Copperfield newsletters were
sent out with the third quarter billing.
A ďThank YouĒ letter was sent
to the Merritt Island Healthcare Center.
Landscape Committee: Pressure
washing the Copperfield community entry way. Management provided the Board
with three bids to consider. Ray McDermott explained that by next year
the wall will need pressure washing, painting and possible repair. Chris
Saretsky suggested those expenses should be included in the 2015 Copperfield
budget. Chris Saretsky made a motion to approve $345 to have the Copperfield
community entry way pressure washed; Denis Riley seconded the motion and
the motion was passed unanimously by voice vote.
Brevard County Storm Water Assessment
Credit UpdateóBrevard County has completed their inspection and approved
a Copperfield community credit. Homeowners will see a 59% tax credit on
their 2014 Tax Notice from Brevard County. Their decision was based on
a review of the construction plans, drainage calculations, and maintenance
of the storm drains within the Copperfield community.
was made by Ray McDermott to adjourn; Denis Riley seconded the motion and
the motion was passed unanimously by voice vote at 2:05 p.m.
Jim Cooper reported on new lawn
fertilizer restrictions now in effect for most homeowners in Brevard County.
They are not allowed to use fertilizers containing nitrogen or phosphorous.
The ban runs from June 1st through September 30th.
Chris Saretsky requested management
schedule a date for Southern Greens to do a pepper tree cut back for the