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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.
CHOA Annual Meeting & Board Election on August 10 @ 6:30 PM: Our Annual Meeting is three days away. The Meeting Notice, Minutes from August 11, 2022, Tentative Agenda, Voter Proxy Form were mailed last week to every home and/or lot owner. If you did not receive the mailing, please contact Community Property Management.REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED.
Voting & Voter Proxy Forms: Each home/lot owner has one vote. If you are unable to attend, your Voter Proxy Form must be mailed, emailed, or faxed to Community Property Management,404 Tiger Lane, Columbia 65203, [email protected] or fax to636-227-2356 and be received by the close of business on Wednesday, August 9.
Board Election: There will be an election of two board members. Matt Clervi's term is up, and he has decided to not run for a second term. Hap Hairston is planning to step down with one year remaining on his term. One board member will be elected to serve a three-year term; the other to a one-year term. As of Thursday (8/3) afternoon, no one has expressed interest in serving on the CHOA Board of Directors. If yo are interested in serving on the CHOA Board of Directors, please complete the Nomination Form and send it to the address on the bottom of the form. The forms are due on or before Noon on August 9, 2022. Nominations will also be taken from the floor. A copy of the Nomination Form was enclosed in the mailing and can also be found under Meeting Notes located located to the right of this webpage.
CHOA Annual Report & Budget Are Posted Under Meeting Notes: Our Annual Report and 2023 Budget are posted under Meeting Notes on the right side of this homepage.
Swimming Pool Closing -- Sunday, September 17 @ 10:00 PM: Our swimming pool will close for the season @ 10:00 PM on Sunday, September 17.
Lake Access & Easements: One of our Copperstone neighbors asked abut fishing in the lake behind the waterfall and the pond by the Granite Springs Pavilion. Our home/lot owners are allowed to fish. Please remember -- Our neighbors have homes near the water features. Our CHOA easement varies from 2 or 3 feet past the waters edge. It is suggested that you fish on the opposite side of the homes.
Architectural Control: All additions or exterior changes to a home or major landscaping must be submitted for review by the Board of Directors who also currently serve as the Architectural Review Committee. This is a very important function. This process also makes sure that City permits are obtained which ensures safety and appropriate setbacks are followed. If you have made an exterior change (home or landscaping) and failed to submit it, please submit it so it can be noted on your records. The process for submitting a proposal can be found on the CHOA portal. If you have a question about a neighbor's project, feel free to call Community Property Management.
Our Homes: Our neighborhood is governed by Covenants & Restrictions which everyone agreed to follow when they purchased a home and/or in Copperstone. A copy of the Covenants & Restrictions (C&R) is available on the CHOA website under Meeting Notes. The bottom line is that everyone is required to keep their homes, lawns, and landscaping looking pleasant to the eye. Any concerns will be communicated by letter and email from our Board through Community Property Management. The point is to keep our neighborhood looking attractive.
Questions, Comments, and/or Concerns: Thank you for taking your time to read and respond to this information as requested. If you have any questions and/or concerns, please email Hap Hairston ([email protected]).
Fences, 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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