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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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For Streetlight repairs or to have light changed contact LG & E at lge-ku.com/outages/report/streetlight or call 502-589-1444
 
For Mailbox repairs contact the Duggins Company at 502-966-5774
 
For Mailbox number repair or replacement contact Birch Signs at 502-244-7180
 
 
   News   
Glenmary HOA Board Special Meeting
Posted on Jan 29th, 2024
Residents,
The HOA Board will not hold a special meeting on Monday 2/12/24 at 6:30 pm at the Fern Creek Community Center  and it has been cancelled. Please remove this from your calendars.
Thank you
 
 
2023 HOA Election Results
Posted on Oct 28th, 2023
Glenmary Residents,
The 2023 HOA Election proxy count is finalized and the vote totals are as follows for the top 6 candidate's votes. 
Brad Dudley 156, Ron Huff 149, Jan Heimer 156, Adriana Spears 124, Tiffany Vicars 120, Kristy Stoess 120. 
 
The election cut off post marked date was extended by the same number of days of the election packet mailing delay and additional days were allowed for those last proxies to be received by mail and counted. 
 
The summary of the votes by proxy number is available below for review. 
Thank you,
Bob Thompson
 
Annual Glenmary HOA Meeting and Election Mailing
Posted on Oct 1st, 2023
Glenmary Residents,
 
The Glenmary HOA Annual Election packets were mailed out with first class postage from the main Louisville US post office on Bishop Lane on 9/20/23. This mailing included the numbered election proxy, the candidate bios, the annual budget statement and the annual meeting notice. To date, only a few residents have reported receipt of this mailing. We have been in contact with the post office and they assure us that the mailings are out for delivery. Please be on the lookout for this very late arriving packet and make your selections for the three open board positions of 2023. The timing of this mailing was the same as previous years but the delivery success is very different this time. 
After making your selections, please make a copy of your completed and signed proxy and mail using the enclosed, pre-addressed envelope included in the mailing. As in previous years, the election chairperson only will have access and will collect these numbered proxies from the "Election Only" PO Box and tally and report the results. These results will be posted so that any Glenmary resident can check their votes for accuracy. We are very sorry for this delay and will make changes in the future to allow even more time for this kind of inordinate delay.
 
The annual meeting is still scheduled for Monday 10/9/23 6:30 pm at the Fern Creek Community Center located at 
6104 Bardstown Road.
 
Thank you,
Bob Thompson
HOA Finalizes Purchase of Golf Property Tract G
Posted on May 25th, 2023
Glenmary Residents,
As of Wednesday 5/24/23, the Glenmary Golf Property Tract G which was golf holes 15, 16 and 17 is now owned by the Glenmary HOA and the property title was recorded in the Jefferson County Commissioner’s record. This 16.4-acre tract was previously owned by Par Golf and was ordered to be auctioned off by the Jefferson County Commissioner due to delinquent property tax liens.
The HOA was notified of the planned auction and that the tract was the 11-acre Tract G that is on the east side of Black Iron Road, which is all hillside, treed and rocky terrain and borders the back of several homes. This was very puzzling and didn’t seem to be legitimate due to the terrain involved. After some careful study, members of the HOA discovered that the Tract G name was also used on the survey plat maps for the 16-acre tract, holes 15,16 and 17. This fact was not known to the general public. Due to the potential commercial value of this property and the fact that this was the first tract to be offered by auction, the HOA board discussed what would be the best approach to take for the community. Due to the commercial value, the main concern was that commercial developers would challenge the land rights and restrictions and another round of legal expenses would be inevitable if a developer won the auction.
 
Under the Glenmary Articles of Incorporation Section IV-6, the HOA Board of Directors has the responsibility: “To acquire, take title to, own, hold in its own name, sell, transfer and convey any property which the corporation’s Board of Directors shall deem necessary or advisable to promote the purposes of the corporation”. The Board discussed the pros and cons of taking this action and conducted a vote on 3/29/23 in favor of participating in the auction. This vote was recorded in the record. The decision was communicated to the HOA Legal Counsel and agreement was reached to send an anonymous agent to represent the HOA at the Commissioner’s auction. The result was a purchase price of $190,000 by the HOA.
 
Due to the timing and the sensitivity of this issue and the long-term impact that it would have on the future of the rest of the golf property, the HOA Board has obtained this tract at a price lower than the appraised value and has ended the threat of development for this tract. The plan is to leave this land as “Recreational” and to keep it insured and maintained with no changes. The board will attempt to answer all questions from residents at the next public meeting and on the HOA website regarding this action.
Thank You,
Bob Thompson
Glenmary HOA President

 
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