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The purpose of the Glenmary Homeowner's Association is to enhance the value of property ownership and to preserve the quality of life in the community. Seven Officer/Directors who govern the Association are elected at the October Annual Membership Meeting.
All Officer/Directors are volunteers who reside within Glenmary. They make decisions based on majority interests and input from the residents. If you would like to make constructive suggestions, or, have a concern, please feel free to do so. Just go to the "Contact Us" page from the menu and we will make every effort to respond in a timely manner.
The association oversees the maintenance, repair and upkeep of the entrances, traffic islands an common areas. Other services include street lighting, snow removal and some seasonal decorations.
The Association also collects the annual assessments, enforces the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions set forth in the applicable sections of these governing documents.
Upcoming HOA Annual Elections
Posted on Aug 15th, 2019
The annual Glenmary HOA meeting is coming up in early October as required by our governing documents. The time and place of this meeting is being established and will be posted on this website ( as soon as it is confirmed. This year there will be three board position open for candidates. If you are interested, qualified and willing to support our community through this voluntary part time position, please put together a bio and submit to the Secretary of the HOA no later than 9/1/19 in order to be included in the mailing of the proxy voting forms that will be sent to all lot owners.
This deadline is required by the Bylaws to insure that the proxies, the bios and the mailings can be sent out and received prior to the annual meeting. As always, there will still be the option of showing up at the annual meeting to cast your votes.
Thank You,
Bob Thompson
HOA Bylaws Update
Posted on Jul 22nd, 2019
Attached is a highlighted copy of the planned updates to the Glenmary HOA Bylaws. These changes are relatively minor and were read into the minutes in the second quarter 2019 Board meeting. These changes will be voted on by the HOA Board at the upcoming third quarter meeting.
Bob Thompson
July Update To Glenmary Residents
Posted on Jul 8th, 2019
Glenmary Residents,
The following are some updates regarding our community:
1. As has been stated many times in the past, any communication regarding Glenmary on any website other than this one, may contain information that is not correct. Recently some of our residents have posted comments on the website "Nextdoor" regarding the golf property citing some "reliable source" and negotiations with the Glenmary HOA Board which are simply not true and did not happen. Our HOA attorney, Don Cox, has made contact recently with the legal counsel for Stock Yards bank but there has been no proposal or offer of any type made.
2. Since the sale of King Southern Bank to Stock Yards Bank has occurred, the Glenmary Board did send a communication to Don Cox detailing the requirements in our governing documents that would have to be adhered to if any interest is shown by either Par Golf or Stock Yards Bank in proposing some way to end the legal battle over the golf property.
3. Notification was posted by the Kentucky Court of Appeals the a 3 judge review panel would start the process of considering the merits of the appeal in October 2019. Briefs has been filed by both parties.
We will communicate any updates on these issues as they occur.
Thank you,
Bob Thompson
Response to a resident regarding Golf Property
Posted on Apr 25th, 2019
In response to a series of questions from one of our Glenmary residents, here is a summary of what was stated:
There was in fact a phone call from Joe Pusaterri of Elite Homes in November 2018 to our HOA President which was described as a solution to our problems in Glenmary with the golf property.  His plan included developing a large portion of the Glenmary golf property and leaving the undeveloped portion to the community to maintain. At that time, it was explained that we had a circuit court decision which rendered that the golf property could not be developed and that his plan would require approval of a 75% vote of approval by all sections of our community to change the status of the golf property due to our governing documents. This communication was forwarded to our legal counsel. There have been no written details of this plan reviewed by the HOA but it is sounds essentially like what Par Golf proposed initially. 
Questions about this plan were asked by some residents at board meetings since this call and were answered as explained above. There has been no more discussion about this plan until recently when some of our residents started posting comments on this topic. 
As you know, Par Golf and Jefferson County Planning and Zoning have filed an appeal with the Kentucky Court of Appeals regarding the circuit court ruling. The HOA legal counsel is defending the Judge Willett ruling and has advised that no new facts have been entered. To date there is nothing new to report since this filing. Until this appeal is heard or not and ruled on or not, the HOA Board's counsel has advised that we should be patient and await an outcome from the Court of Appeals.
Uninformed social media posts should be very viewed cautiously on any topic. It is very appropriate for any resident to be concerned about the status of the golf property and the HOA board is well aware of this concern. Please be aware of that Par Golf continues to want to develop the golf property but it would be a very poor decision by the HOA to get the community involved in an effort to approve a proposal which has been ruled as illegal at this time. Please contact the HOA through this website only for any update on this topic. 
Bob Thompson
2019 Yard Sale
Posted on Mar 24th, 2019
We are in need of someone to coordinate the 2019 Glenmary Yard Sale.  As of now, we have no one that has stepped up to take this very needed position.  If you are interested, please email the board of directors through the website.  
If we cannot find anyone interested in taking this on, it may mean, there is a decreasing interest in continuing the yard sale.  We would hate to see that happen as it is a great time for Glenmary and the community at large.  
Please consider getting involved.  Even if you think you might be interested, let us know and we can give you additional information.  It is not a lot of work but it is necessary to have a well run yard sale.
Big White Sign
Posted on Mar 2nd, 2019
Glenmary Residents,
A lot of our residents are asking about a large white sign with black letters that has been placed on the corner of the street near the Glenmary clubhouse which says "PHASE 1 EQUIPMENT SITE". Your HOA board has not had any communication from Par Golf regarding this sign. We have checked with MSD and they have no activity going on in the area. A picture of this sign has been sent to our HOA attorney for legal counsel. As soon as we receive a response on this issue, we will pass it on to the community.
As most of you are aware, the Glenmary Golf Property is under a court injunction which restricts any activity on the golf property other than "recreational". No subdivision or development of any type is allowed on this property. 
This could be an attempt by Par Golf to harass Glenmary residents and to start unrest in our community. 
The only current activity regarding the golf property is that an appeal has been entered by Par Golf  and Metro Planning and Zoning in the Kentucky Court of Appeals. No action has been taken to date other than the submission of briefs to the court for consideration.
This appeal challenges Judge Willett's ruling on the golf property which order a reversal of the zoning on the three building lots which had been granted by Metro Planning and Zoning. There is no new information presented in this appeal that would challenge Judge Willett's ruling.
Thank You,
Bob Thompson
Dobson Lane Development Notice of Public Meeting
Posted on Jan 30th, 2019
Glenmary Residents,
Please be aware that a notice has been mailed to some Glenmary residents regarding a public meeting on the planned development at 8000 Dobson Lane which is connected to Glenmary via Blacksmith Lane. A photo of this notice is attached and details that the meeting is set for 1:00 pm 2/7/19 at the Old Jail Auditorium, 514 W. Liberty St., Louisville, KY.
Many of you have questions and concerns about this development and the impact that it will have on Glenmary. Please plan to attend if at all possible. 
Your HOA has had our attorney to review this plan and there are some actions that we can take but your input for guidance and support is needed. 
Please submit any questions or concerns on this website as soon as possible.
Thank you,
Bob Thompson
Glenmary HOA Update
Posted on Jan 3rd, 2019
Glenmary Residents,
Happy New Year to all! 
Our Glenmary community has had the unending support of one of our most dedicated and passionate members since the beginning of our development. Bob Beard has initiated and supported many efforts to keep maintain Glenmary as a great place to live. Bob has recently submitted a letter of resignation from the HOA Board recently and a motion was approved to accept his resignation. 
The procedure for replacing a board member resignation is detailed in our Glenmary Bylaws and a replacement has been nominated and approved to serve the balance of Bob Beard's term. Our newest board member, Joe Schweinhart is a very well qualified replacement and we are looking forward to working with Joe in 2019. Please welcome him to this position and continue to support your HOA board in 2019. 
For 2019, I would like to ask that all Glenmary residents go to the section on Governing Documents on he website and read them as a refresher. Also, we ask for your continued support in alerting the HOA Board on any potential Deed Restriction violations.
Remember also that any type of building or modification to your residence requires the submission and approval of an Architectural Request prior to starting any project.
One last thought, if you haven't already done so, please mail your 2019 annual HOA dues $300 in to be received in January. Courtesy invoices were sent to all residents several weeks ago.
Thank You,
Bob Thompson
Public Meeting on Proposed Dobson Lane Development
Posted on Oct 18th, 2018
Glenmary Residents,
Please be aware that there is a public meeting on a proposed single family residential subdivision at 8000 Dobson Lane. This proposed plan will affect our Glenmary community as it is planned to connect to Blacksmith Lane. Your input and questions will be heard at this hearing. There are a number of concerns about how this will affect Glenmary and all of us should be well informed. 
The meeting will be held on Thursday October 25th, 2018 at 6:00 pm in the Fern Creek Baptist Church, 5920 Bardstown Road, Louisville, KY 40291.
Thank You,
Bob Thompson
2018 HOA Election Results
Posted on Oct 8th, 2018
Glenmary Residents, 
The Election Chairperson has completed and forwarded the results of 2018 HOA election for the four positions that were up for vote by the Glenmary community:
Bob Thompson     221
Mike Brackett       218
Sharon Dreher     211
Evalynn Mills        210
The positions are for a two year term as detailed in our Glenmary Bylaws. 
Thanks to all residents for supporting your community
The following list details all other votes cast by homeowners:
Donnie Blake 39, Kenneth Petty 28, Connie Willard 31, Terry Bowman 35, Patti Mitchell 7, Shawn Abma 1, Rita Schyler 1, Scott Kennedy 1, Beverly Crittenden 1, Vicki Klein 1, Terri French 1, David Gnadinger 1, Tim Distler 1, Bob Rankin 1, Mark Wimam 1, Phillip Reverman 1. 

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