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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.

Thanks for your patience! The Swimming Pool Opens on Saturday, June 6 @ 9:00 AM --
The pool has passed the final inspection by Columbia/Boone County Public Health & Human Services (PHHS). This inspection also included a compliance check of our Copperstone Aquatic Facility COVID-19 Safety Plan. PHHS will periodically check to be sure our plans are followed. Three documents are highlighted below. Each document is posted under Meeting Notes. Everyone is asked to read each one. Questions and/of comments should be forwarded to Hap Hairston ([email protected]). All questions and/or comments will be forwarded to our board members.

Frequently Asked Questions -- The FAQ addresses questions that have been asked about our safety plan. Please note certain highlights. West Gate must be used when entering the pool. No Guests with the limitations on social distancing. Non-Attended & Attended have differing number of people in and/or out of the pool. Responsibilities for disinfecting are different. Violations of our plan could lead to closure of the pool. Changes will be made in accordance with PHHS announcements and effective dates. 2020 Budget is being impacted by COVID-19 related expenses. Additional questions not answered by the FAQ should be forwarded to Hap Hairston.

Role of Attendants --
The CHOA Board has recruited five individuals to serve as attendants for the next three Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM. This allows us to increase the number of people enjoying the pool and cabana. An organizational meeting was held to go over safety precautions and their responsibilities. Their role includes: Referring people to the posted guidelines; sanitizing furniture when people are leaving; and most importantly reminding people about social distancing. Their role does not include: Lifeguarding and supervising children. All of our attendants are upperclassmen and/or already have completed a degree program.

Attendants on Duty for Saturday (6/6) -- Crayton Crawford & Andrew White; Sunday (6/7) -- Mia Redington & Jared Lowe.

Copperstone Aquatic Facilities COVID-19 Safety Plan Guidelines
 -- Our CHOA Board approved this plan that was submitted and approved by PHHS. Please note the highlighted areas.

PHHS Aquatic Facilities COVID-19 Safety Plan Guidelines -- This documents the PHHS requirements that had to be addressed in the development of our safety plan. We were very pleased when new guidelines increased the number of people in and/or around the pool.

Maintenance Projects Underway --
Painting the exterior of the clubhouse, cabana, pergola, and guardhouse at the entrance to Stone Grove Court is scheduled for mid to late July. The updating of technology including internet connections, security, and audio has started. Some work still needs to be completed in the cabana. Two bids have been received to rebuild the stonewall at the waterfall. Those have been forwarded to the Landscaping & Grounds Committee for review and recommendation.

2020 Fall Garage Sale Dates -- 
The Fall Garage Sale is scheduled for September 25 & 26. 

Getting Started on Revising our Governing Documents --
The Copperstone Homeowners Association (CHOA) will be convening a Work Group to review and revise our By-Laws, Covenants, & Restrictions. The revised by-laws, covenants, and/or restrictions would be voted on at our CHOA Annual Meeting scheduled for Thursday, August 13 @ 6:30 PM. If you are interested in serving on and/or have questions about this Work Group, please email Hap Hairston ([email protected]). It would be great to have a Work Group of 5 to 8 members. (We have 2 volunteers so far and a potential list of others to assist. Please consider joining this important work group.)

Suggested Neighborhood Improvements --
Home & lot owners who have thoughts and suggestions about improving our neighborhood amenities are asked to present their ideas to Diversified Management and/or CHOA Board Member.

2020 Budget
-- A copy of the approved 2020 budget can be found under Meeting Notes. 

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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