COPPERFIELD PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION
Board of Directors Meeting
July 20, 2010
Present: Jim Cooper, President, Ray McDermott-Director , Biagio Simone- Secretary & Lesley Studholme- SCM. Not Present –Chris Brogan-Vice President & Alma McBride – Treasurer.
Guests- Wil Leister, Gary Neff
Jim Cooper called the meeting to order at 7:05 p.m. at the Health Center of Merritt Island.
READING OF THE MINUTES
The minutes of the meeting of June were read by Biagio Simone. Ray made the motion to accept the minutes as read, Biagio seconded and all were in favor.
The April and May and June reports have been tabled for the August meeting.
Lesley Studholme submitted the manager’s report which consists of tracking non compliance issues in Copperfield. The report was much shorter than last month. Many owners responded and the properties are either being worked on or completed.
Lesley requested the board view 3 properties with respect to sending attorney letters to the property owners for non compliance issues. Wil Leister presented several properties that also needed non compliance letters sent.
The report is attached and made a part of these minutes.
ARC– Wil Leister indicated there was no new activity since the last report.
ARCC- Tom Loshe did not submitted an ARCC report. However Wil Leister indicated there was no activity or new business since the last report.
Ray McDermott indicated the Indican Hawthornes have been planted as was agreed at the June meeting.
Lawns- Gary Neff requested discussion regarding the condition of the lawns in Copperfield. He indicated they are looking very dry and they will probably get worst. Gary discussed the water revenues with the City of Cocoa. He stated that the City is pulling funds out of water and putting them into the general fund. This will increase the cost of water. He suggested the board write to the election candidates to install reclaimed water. He also suggested that the community hold a contest with the best lawn winning a monetary gift. Gary felt this might give incentive to motivate residents to water their lawns.
NEW BUSINESS -
There was no new business to be reported.
GENERAL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Biagio made the motion to adjourn at 8:20, Ray seconded and all were in favor.