COPPERFIELD PROPERTY OWNERS
Board of Directors Meeting
April 21, 2009
Present: Jim Cooper
- President, Ray McDermott - Director, Chris Brogan- Vice president, Blaise
Simone-Secretary, - Lesley Studholme - S.C.M.
Treasurer- Alma McBride
was unable to attend.
Wil Leister and Bill Harding
were also present from the ARC
President Jim called the
meeting to order at 7:12 p.m. at the Health Center of Merritt Island.
READING OF THE MINUTES
The minutes of the meeting
of March 24, 2009 were read by Blaise Simone. Ray made the motion
to accept the minutes as read. Chris seconded and all were in favor.
Alma McBride was not present
to give the March financials. The Treasurer’s report will be covered
at the next board meeting. Lesley Studholme indicated that
the compilation has been completed by Runyan and Taylor and offered any
BOD member a copy to review. She also indicated that the taxes have
been filed. There was mention that the CD’s are coming due next month.
It was determined that there probably will not be much offered however,
Chris is going to check with Regions Bank.
Lesley Studholme submitted
the manager’s report which consists of the tracking of non compliance issues
in Copperfield. She indicated that there was a considerable
amount of feedback from the owners when they receive a violation letter.
The board discussed how this system was for the betterment of the community
and the owners should realize this.
Chris Brogan reported that there were 3 approvals 2 of which were on the
was no report submitted by T. Loshe
Ray reported that he has
the patch paint from the wall and has put it in containers. It was
determined that Wil Leister will be the keeper of the paint.
There was no old business
NEW BUSINESS -
Attorney Letters for infractions-
Ray reported on the process and costs of the attorney’s letters.
The process and a copy of the letter which is sent, is attached and made
a part of these minutes. Ray stated that even though the correspondence
from the attorney to and from SCM and the owners is costly -it is a necessary
part of doing business.
Jim Cooper was brought up
to date on the pit bull issue.
GENERAL QUESTIONS AND
Chris Brogan stated that
with the stronger watering restrictions in force with a 2 day limit, this
might mean that the scope of the landscaping requirements might need to
be re thought.
Chris Brogan had a question
on the installation of solar panels. It was determined that
they could not be prevented.
He also indicated that if
residents are thinking of installing a heat pump - the garage is an ideal
location as they distribute cool air so the garage would be kept cooler.
Blaise made the motion to
adjourn the meeting, Chris seconded and all were in favor 8:15 pm