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Copperstone is Columbia’s premier Southwest Subdivision with large, spacious home sites, a sizable infinity pool, a state of the art fitness center, gorgeous pedways throughout and an upscale clubhouse perfect for enjoying or entertaining.
Fall Garage Sale Set for September 25 & 26 -- Our Fall Garage Sale is set for Friday, September 25 and Saturday, September 26 from 8:00 AM to Noon.
CHOA News & COVID-19 Updates -- The City of Columbia/Boone County Public Health & Human Services announced updates to the COVID-19 Safety Plan. The City's Required Mask Requirement has been extended to through Thursday, September 17. There are NO Changes in our pool/cabana operations and/or exercise room guidelines. Occupancy for the clubhouse has been reduced to 20. A memo was emailed; posted on Facebook; and added to Meeting Notes on the website..
Discussion & Concerns About the Pond by the Granite Springs Pavilion & Patio -- The recent heavy rains caused the pond to overflow. Concerns were voiced about possible issues with the dam. Columbia Landcare and two local excavators have checked the dam. The dam is secure and the overflow pipe was operating properly.
Recent Thefts -- There have been several thefts from vehicles in different parts of the neighborhood. Please be sure to keep your vehicles locked at all times.
CHOA Annual Meeting Held on August 13 -- Over 30 home/lot owners participated in our Annual Meeting that was held on August 13, 2020. Information can be found under Meeting Notes: Letter about the meeting; Tentative Agenda; 2019 Annual Meeting Minutes; 2020 Budget through June 30; Summer Survey 2020 Results; the Annual Report; and the Powerpoint presentation. Pool Remains Open until 10:00 PM on Sunday, October 4 -- Our swimming pool and cabana area is scheduled to remain open until 10:00 PM on Sunday, October 4. CHOA Covenants & Restrictions -- There was discussion about our CHOA Covenant and Restrictions. The documents are also posted under Meeting Notes> Columbia's Face Mask Ordinance -- The Columbia City Council passed an ordinance requiring the wearing of face masks. The ordinance went into effect June 10. This does impact the use of our clubhouse and exercise room. In regards to the swimming pool, the ability to maintain social distancing negates the required use of a face mask. However, if social distancing requirements cannot be met, face masks will be required if in the pool and/or standing on the pool deck. Please maintain the social distance of 6 feet. A copy of the COVID-19 Update on Face Masks and Columbia's FAQ about face masks was emailed and posted on Facebook. You also find both documents under Meeting Notes on this website.
Exercise Room Hours -- The Exercise Room is open from 5:00 AM to 2:00 PM. It is closed from 2:00 to 3:30 PM for cleaning. The Exercise Room will reopen from 3:30 to 10:00 PM. Please remember to Social Distance.
Changes for Non-Attended Pools -- Our pool will be non-attended. The number of people in and/or out of the pool is 50. Social distancing of 6 feet is required both in and/or out of the pool. Questions and/or comments should be forwarded to Hap Hairston ([email protected]).
Clubhouse Hours Remain -- The occupancy number for the clubhouse has been reduced to 21. The blocks of time have been expanded to 5 hours. The first block would run from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM; the second from 4:00 to 9:00 PM. The clubhouse is closed from 2:00 to 4:00 PM for cleaning and sanitizing. Please Note Important Information About Architectural Requests: In an effort to protect each individual Homeowner's rights, as well as those of the Homeowners collectively, it is a requirement of the Copperstone Homeowner's Association that any Homeowner or group of Homeowners, considering improvements to, or alternations to the appearance of their property submit an Architectural Request. This request must be in writing and must be approved in writing prior to the commencement of work.
Fences, sheds, additions, expansions/improvements of decks/patios, playground structures, basketball goals, gazebos, pergolas, gardens, landscaping, paved walkways, etc. are possible examples of projects (but not limited to) that may require approval. The Association reserves the right to ask any homeowner to remove any architectural change made without prior approval and/or in violation of the declaration of covenants.
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