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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.
 
 
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2020 Glenmary HOA Election Results
Posted on Oct 16th, 2020
We have received the results of the 2020 HOA election and the results are as follows:
1. Joe Shutts - 280
2. Bob Thompson - 279
3. Sharon Dreher - 260
4. Evalynn Mills - 260
5. Shaun Adams - 220
6. Adreanna Spears - 218
7. Tiffany Self - 211
8. Kim Dodson - 202
9. Terri French - 1
10. Roger O'Bryan - 1
11. Judy Tong - 1
 
There were 11 disqualified votes.  
 
Thanks for all residents for your support in this annual process.
Bob Thompson
Election Results Posting
Posted on Oct 15th, 2020
The election results will be posted at the end of the week.  Because of the length of time it took for the election packets to arrive, we are giving extra time to make sure all that are postmarked by October 9th are counted. 
Glenmary HOA Election Update
Posted on Oct 3rd, 2020
Glenmary Residents,
The 2020 HOA Election packets were delivered to the Bishop Lane US Post Office on Thursday 9/22/20 and currently there are still a few residents who have not received these. Some residents have notified the HOA and a packets will be delivered to those. Anyone else that may not have received the packet should notify the HOA asap to get your packet delivered.
Also, because of this issue the deadline for the date of the postmark will be extended from 10/6/2020 to Friday 10/9/2020. 
Thank You,
Bob Thompson
Glenmary 2020 Election Chairperson
Posted on Sep 27th, 2020
Glenmary Residents,
Each year the Glenmary Bylaws require the HOA President to nominate an Election Chairperson to preside over the election process. This position, as in years past, includes careful review of each vote for signatures by the property owners listed on the Jefferson County record and creating a voting record. This chairperson is a Glenmary resident who has done this assignment before with integrity.  
The address listed on the return envelope which is included in the election packet is for a PO Box which is reserved specifically for our election. The only person with access to this PO Box is the election chairperson. No HOA board member has access or will touch any voting proxy.  The completed record will be kept securely stored for any future concerns.
 
I hope this explanation clears up any rumors that has been circulating.
 
Thank You,
Bob Thompson
Glenmary HOA President
Glenmary HOA 2020 State of the Community
Posted on Sep 27th, 2020
The following is the cover letter included in the election packet sent to all Glenmary Residents addressing the State of Glenmary and the election of 4 board members.
 
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2020 HOA Board Position Candidate Nominations
Posted on Aug 15th, 2020
Glenmary Residents,
We have the annual process for our Glenmary neighborhood of conducting the annual election and the annual meeting as required by our bylaws. This process includes an alternating number of open HOA Board positions each year. There is a total of 7 positions and we elect 3 one year and 4 on the next year. For this October 2020 Election, 4 board positions are open for candidate nominations.
All residents “in good standing” are welcome to self-nominate for one of these open positions as outlined in our bylaws. The first step to nominate yourself as a candidate is to prepare and submit a personal bio in Microsoft Word format, which will be included with the mailing of proxy ballots to all residents “in good standing”.
The deadline for having these bios received by the Secretary of the HOA is 9/1/20. Please mail your bio to Glenmary HOA, PO Box 91151, Louisville, KY 40291 asap in order to allow time for delivery. This requirement is driven by the time required to prepare, print and mail the election packages.
If you are interested and have the right skills and experience please consider nominating. These positions currently do require a considerable commitment of time and effort so please be aware before nominating.
The Covid Plan for the Election and the Annual Meeting will be posted separately on our HOA website, www.glenmary-hoa.com.
Thank You,
Bob Thompson
Annual Yard Sale
Posted on Jul 18th, 2020
According to the information back in June, the state government has not opened up yard sales yet. This information was before the spike that has occurred. We don’t want volunteers to work on this project, along with homeowners who work hard at putting together a good yard sale to have it canceled at the last minute. Due to the number of people who frequent the yard sale in Glenmary and the inability to maintain social distancing it will have to wait until next year. See:
https://www.wkyt.com/content/news/Good-Question-When-will-yard-sales-reopen-570750851.html
 
https://www.winchestersun.com/2020/06/16/yard-sales-not-yet-allowed/
 
 
 
Update on Food Trucks in Glenmary
Posted on Jul 7th, 2020
7/7/20
 
Councilman Engel met this morning with Codes and Regulations Director Robert Kirchdorfer to discuss food trucks in neighborhoods. We learned many things that will apply to Glenmary’s situation.  
 
Food trucks are not permitted to operate in residentially zoned areas. The Glenmary neighborhood is zoned R-4 residential and thus food trucks are not permitted to operate within it. This would also include the clubhouse which is zoned R-6 residential. The only way that a food truck could get permission to operate in Glenmary is if there was a special event and the food truck obtained a Special Event Permit for Stationary Vending. If the HOA ever wishes to host an event and invite a food truck we would recommend picking an area in Glenmary that has little impact on traffic, and is easy to access for the entire community.
 
Previously, we have been made aware of Food trucks setting up in Glenmary during the weekend. Director Kirchdorfer asked, that if the HOA learns the names of food trucks that are planning to operate in Glenmary, to preemptively report them to his office at Robert.Kirchdorfer@louisvilleky.gov . He explained that this is the best method for stopping the trucks.
 
Best Regards,
 
Jared M. Townes
Legislative Assistant to
Councilman Robin J. Engel
Golf Property Update
Posted on Jul 1st, 2020
Glenmary Residents,
The Kentucky Court of Appeals has denied the Request for Rehearing by Par Golf and Jefferson County Planning and Zoning last week (6/25). It is now possible that a filing to the Kentucky State Supreme Court could be made. Normally there is a 30 day window to take this action. If accepted by the court for consideration, it could take some time for the court to accept, reject or rule on. 
This has been a very slow process but our community's land rights have now been upheld by three court decisions. We will keep you posted with any updates.
Thank You,
Bob Thompson 
Food Trucks in Glenmary
Posted on Jun 22nd, 2020
Glenmary Residents,
The Deed Restrictions of our Glenmary community have been interpreted and supported since the inception to not allow soliciting of any type in the community. Signs are posted at all entrances, which are in the process of being replaced since they are faded. Food trucks are considered a form of solicitation and would not be allowed in Glenmary despite any type of permitting. 
The Deed Restrictions for Section One Article 14 disallow the operation of a business. Section 7 addresses habitually parking on the street. 
Changes to the Deed Restrictions requires a 75% vote of approval by all sections of Glenmary so this process is very stringent and unlikely to be successful. 
Please bear in mind that these restrictions were written in incorporation of the community's governing documents  and all lot owners agree to abide by them when they purchase property in this community. 
Hopefully this explanation helps.
Thank You,
Bob Thompson
 

 
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