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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.
Appeal Filed by Par Golf
Posted on Apr 7th, 2018
Your HOA Board received notice that Par Golf has filed an appeal on 3/30/18 regarding the Judge Barry Willett decision on the case of the zoning change on the three building lots. Judge Willett had ruled in favor of the Glenmary HOA and rejected the actions by Par Golf and Metro Planning and Zoning. 
The Glenmary legal counsel has advised that there are no new facts presented in this appeal and that there is no way of knowing how long it will take for a ruling to be made on this appeal. 
We will keep residents posted as this appeal is ruled on. Additionally, your HOA board only posts information regarding any Legal matters after we have received official communication from our attorney.
Thank you, 
Bob Thompson
Updated Judge Willett 3-1-18 Order rev.1
Posted on Mar 8th, 2018
Glenmary Residents
This message has a key correction to the message sent out earlier today. Please note that in the 3/1/18 Judge Willett Order, the Defendants will have the option to appeal this ruling if they elect to do so. The earlier message had incorrectly stated the the Plantiff would have the right to appeal.
On 3/1/18 Jefferson County Circuit Court Division One Judge Barry Willet has rendered a 34 page order in favor of the Glenmary Homeowners Association (Plantiffs) vs Par Golf LLC and Louisville Metro Planning Commission and Bryan, LLC (Defendants) in Case #'s 14CI-0844 and 14CI-2143. These cases centered around the issue wherein the actions to create 3 building lots by Par Golf and Bryan, LLC, which were subject to specification restrictions. 
The order reads as follows:
1. The Planning Commission's decisions to approve application 19173, 19174, and 19219 at its March 20, 2014 meeting are Reversed and Set Aside.
2. Within sixty (60) days of this Order, the Planning Commission shall take all necessary and required actions to insure that the amended plats resulting from their vote on applications 19173, 19174 and 19219 are voided and held for naught.
3. Applications 19173, 19174 and 19219 are hereby Remanded to Planning Commission for any further proceedings consistent with this Opinion and LDC 7.1.90 and 7.1.91.
This order is very significant to the future of Glenmary and should be considered as pivotal in terms of any future development of the golf property. What this decision does is establishes that the golf property can not be used for any purpose other than recreation and that no building will be allowed on this property. This order can be appealed by the Defendants. 
The other lawsuit case was regarding the contract to purchase the golf property by the Glenmary HOA for $2.15MM. Judge Perry ruled that the HOA board was justified in canceling this contract. The Kentucky Court of Appeals upheld this decision. There is a pending motion to the Kentucky State Supreme Court on this case requesting a discretionary review. 
At this point, the residents of Glenmary should consider the future of the of golf property as clarified in that the requirement to purchase the property for $2.15MM is nullified and that no building will occur unless we vote to change this position with a 75% vote of approval by each section of our community for any alternative plan. Our governing documents and land rights have prevailed to this challenge. 
Your HOA board is very appreciative of the efforts by many of our residents supporting the Don Cox legal team (Lynch, Cox, Gilman & Goodman P.S.C.) in reaching these rulings. 
Thank You,
Bob Thompson
Glenmary HOA President
Glenmary Roadway Snow and Ice Policy
Posted on Feb 28th, 2018
Our Glenmary annual budget includes funding to provide limited and specified actions to address snow and ice conditions on our roads. This coverage has historically been very important and helpful to residents in dealing with winter conditions. We have approximately 6.5 miles of roadway throughout our community so this is a sizeable challenge when weather issues arise.
The weather conditions and the execution of this service was not satisfactory by our service provider in January and as a result the board has met with the service provider and updated our policy. Please check the website for the updated policy. 
Bob Thompson
Golf Property Purchase Agreement Legal Action Update
Posted on Feb 28th, 2018
Regarding the lawsuit over the rejection of the purchase contract by the Glenmary HOA:
2/28/18 Current open legal actions: 
* Recent action by Par Golf's attorney is a request to the Kentucky State Supreme Court for a   
"discretionary review" of the case. This request is pending with no response or update at this point. Please note that this is not a new lawsuit case.
* The Glenmary legal counsel followed with a response to the court summarizing the history of this case
with all supporting documents and a recommendation to dismiss the request based on the fact that no
changes or new information has been presented in Par Golf's request and that the request should be
Earlier 2017 completed legal actions: 
* Judge Mitch Perry ruled that the Glenmary HOA Board was justified in rejecting the purchase contract.
* The Kentucky State Court of Appeals rejected the appeal from Par Golf requesting a reversal of Judge
Perry's decision.
* Par Golf submitted a motion with the Kentucky State Supreme Court in late 2017 which incorrectly
named he plaintiff's. Glenmary's legal counsel submitted a Motion to Dismiss based on the incorrect
filing. This motion was supported by the court.
This case has been ruled on twice by the courts in favor of our HOA's position and this action by Par Golf is their last option with the judicial process. Your HOA Board will communicate any update.
Thank you,
Bob Thompson
Golf Property Update - Court of Appeals Upholds Motion to Dismiss Appeal
Posted on Dec 14th, 2017
Glenmary Residents,
Par Golf's appeal of Judge Perry's Order granting Summary Judgment was dismissed by the Court of Appeals on December 11, 2017. 
This decision could be appealed by Par Golf to a higher court but is not likely. What this means to Glenmary residents is the Contract to purchase the golf property for $2.15 MM is rejected and no longer valid. 
Future actions by Par Golf and King Southern Bank are expected and your HOA board will keep residents informed and involved on any decisions that we may face as a community. 
The other legal case which involves the use of the golf property in Judge Willett's court heard the final oral arguments on June 5, 2017 and we are still waiting for a decision. 
I have attached the Court Order and archived this file on the HOA website as you are welcome to review. 
Thank You,
Bob Thompson
Tree Replacement
Posted on Nov 2nd, 2017
Glenmary Residents,
A project to remove and replace the diseased ash trees from Colonel Hancock Dr. has been reviewed and approved by the HOA board. At the time when these trees were planted, the emerald ash borer was not a problem in this part of the country but as most of you probably are aware, measures to prevent or slow down the damage by this pest are very expensive and not effective.
Please be patient and bear with us as this project is underway.
Thank You,
Bob Thompson
New HOA Board Member
Posted on Oct 30th, 2017
Glenmary Residents,
One of our HOA Board Members who was not up for election this year, Eric Williams, has made the decision to resign from the position of Secretary. The time requirement for these volunteer positions continues to be  demanding and the balance with work and family is a challenge for anyone serving on these positions. We would like to thank Eric for the work and support that he has given to the Glenmary community.
His resignation has been voted on and accepted by the Board. 
The Secretary Position is critical to the continued operation of our HOA board and a very capable replacement candidate, Mrs. Evallyn Mills, has been nominated and approved by a vote of the Board to accept this nomination for the position starting immediately. 
Thank You,
Bob Thompson 
Glenmary HOA President
2017 HOA Board Member Election Results
Posted on Oct 15th, 2017
Glenmary Residents,
The election chairpersons for the 2017 Glenmary HOA Annual Election have confirmed the final review and count of proxies shows that quorum was met. There were three HOA Board positions up for election as outlined in our Bylaws. The final election results are as listed below.
Terri French - 256
Bob Beard - 252
Thomas (Butch) O'Nan - 245
Donnie Blake - 157
Additionally there were 13 "Write-In" candidates with the top number of 93 votes.
All Glenmary property owner's who were eligible to vote were mailed an election package with the opportunity to return these by mail or to vote in person at the Annual Meeting held on 10/10/17. All proxies were carefully reviewed for accuracy and counted by the election chairpersons and the Jefferson County Board of Elections to confirm the totals reported.
Thank you for your participation in the annual process and for caring about Glenmary.
Golf Property Status
Posted on Aug 18th, 2017
Judge Willett Hearing
Posted on Jun 6th, 2017
On Monday 6/5/17 at 1:30 pm, Judge Barry Willett heard final oral arguments on the Glenmary HOA vs Par Golf on the land rights lawsuit.
Par Golf's attorneys presented the position that the land use restrictions are provisional and that they can be changed by Metro Planning and Zoning. Their attorney cited that the HOA is attempting to control land and it's use that they don't own, stated as "power" vs "influence" argument. It was stated that Par Golf wants to develop as much of the golf property as necessary to make them financially who. Pleas were made that Par Golf has suffered financial hardship resulting from the HOA actions.
The Glenmary HOA attorney, Don Cox, presented the plat plans for the original Glenmary development and the restrictions which were put in place for the plan. The golf property plats were shown to include stamps that listed the plats as "Recreational Restricted Use" which is listed as R4 with Metro Planning and Zoning. Also cited was the provision for changing "Covenants" in the development only by super majority vote of the lot owners and that no further subdivision of any of the property would be allowed.
Mr. Cox cited Kentucky Court rulings on a very similar case and that the land rights prevailed.
After hearing an exhaustive appeal by both parties Judge Willett advised that he would be notifying the parties of his decision with no mention of a date when that would occur.

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