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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.
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
Glenmary Residents Opinion Survey Summary
Posted on Aug 12th, 2021
Glenmary Residents,
The summary of the responses to the July 2021 Opinion Survey have been posted under the tab "Correspondence from your Board of Directors". The Word document shows the results for each question and how the HOA Board views these results. The Excel document is the actual record of how each survey was logged in and counted which can be verified by the Survey number. 
Please review and consider how this information affects the direction our community takes.
Thank You,
Bob Thompson 
2021 HOA Election Request for Candidate Bios
Posted on Jul 28th, 2021
Glenmary Residents,
The annual process of preparing for the Glenmary HOA Annual Meeting and the election of new Glenmary HOA board positions is approaching. The governing documents require that this meeting be held each year in October and that each year board position candidates are self-nominated and voted on by all lot owners in good standing. Four positions are voted on one year and three positions on the alternate year, which three is the case for 2021.
The plan for 2021 is to conduct the election process by mail so that all residents will have the opportunity to participate in the election. An election packet will be mailed to all lot owners containing voting instructions, a numbered proxy, the bios of all candidates and the annual budget report. The election results will be reported on the HOA website.
Any lot owner can nominate themselves for one of these three open positions. Any candidate will need to submit their bio to the HOA to be received no later than August 15th in order to allow time to prepare the election mailings. The bios should be no longer than 250 words and be submitted to the HOA via the HOA website or by US mail.
Anyone who is interested in this public service position should be aware that these positions require a significant commitment of time and effort, due to the issues that we face today as a community.
Thank You,
Bob Thompson
Glenmary HOA President
Glenmary Lot Owners Survey
Posted on Jul 13th, 2021
Glenmary Residents,
After recent discussions regarding future options with the Glenmary Golf Property, the HOA has put together and mailed a survey to each resident to get a current view of how our community stands on this topic. These surveys were mailed this morning from the main US Post Office at Bishop Lane. Enclosed with each is a self addressed and stamped return envelope. Please complete and return as soon as possible and no later than August 1, 2021.
No meetings are scheduled at this time regarding this topic and the intent is have the results of this survey to help guide our community and the HOA on dealing with the options. 
Thank You,
Bob Thompson
Kentucky State Supreme Court Ruling
Posted on Jun 11th, 2021
Glenmary Residents,
Today the Kentucky State Supreme Court ruled to deny the appeal filed on 6/30/2020 by Par Golf and Jefferson County Planning Zoning. This appeal challenged the Jefferson County Circuit Court’s Judge Barry Willett’s ruling on the 3 building lots on Glenmary golf property. This is a landmark decision for the state of Kentucky which upholds property rights and deed restrictions. The court decision is final.
The impact of this decision on the Glenmary golf property future is that it upholds the Circuit Court ruling. This ruling confirmed that the Glenmary Section 1 Master Deed Restrictions apply to the golf property. The property restriction of “recreational use only” stands and the land can’t be subdivided or developed. Any modifications of the golf property will require HOA approval. Any plans or modifications outside the Deed Restriction could only be considered by modification of the Deed Restrictions which require a 75% vote of approval by all sections of Glenmary lot owners.
A WDRB news report today showed Chris Theineman stating that the HOA is not communicating with him on his plans to reopen the 45 acre tract of the golf property. The HOA has met with Mr. Theineman and heard his proposal which was a pictorial overview with details to follow. We have responded to all of his communications and are currently waiting for his Architectural Request to review.
Bob Thompson
Glenmary HOA President
HOA Communication to Theineman
Posted on May 24th, 2021
Glenmary Residents,
The attached letter was sent to Mr. Chris Theineman regarding the position of the Glenmary community and the HOA related to the rumored plan to purchase 45 acres of the Glenmary Golf property. This step was taken as a clarification due ot the fact that there has been a continued lack of communication from Mr. Theineman with the HOA on this plan. Please review this attachment and understand that Mr. Theineman has been advised of the pending litigation and the Jefferson County Circuit Court's interpretation of the Glenmary governing documents.  
Since this communication, the HOA has been advised by Mr. Theineman that he has actually closed the purchase of the 45 acre track of the Glenmary golf property to accomodate his Phase 1 Plan as a "Recreational" venue with a restaurant, pool, golf driving range and 3 holes of golf. The Glenmary Section 1 Deed Restrictions apply to any modifications to this property and will require HOA approval. 
The remaining 100 acres of the golf property are still owned by Par Golf and the appeal to Kentucky Supreme Court is "Under Review" with no update to report. Your HOA will continue to support this community within the limits of our governing documents and keep you updated on any changes. Please be advised that the HOA will continue to vigorously oppose any future plans to develop any part of the golf property without a 75% vote of approval by all sections of Glenmary.
Thank You,
Bob Thompson
Glenmary HOA President 
Dobson Lane Development 8/5/21 Public Hearing
Posted on Apr 27th, 2021
Please be advised that a public hearing is planned to develop 61 acres of the Long property which adjoins the east side of Glenmary by Kendrick Crossing. This plan is different from what was being communicated two years ago and this time the developer is Ball Homes and the plan calls for 103 new homesites. .The hearing is scheduled for 8/5/21 at 1:00 pm at the Old Jail Buiding, 514 W. Liberty St., Louisville, KY 40202.  At the last review the Jefferson County Planning and Zoning Board approved the connection to Blacksmith Road and approved the use of Dobson Lane for emergency use only. This plan would route all construction traffic and have Glenmary streets serve as the only access. Additionally this plan would add to the congestion that occurs at Glenmary entrances for those entering or exiting Glenmary.
A much better plan for the Fern Creek community would be to route this traffic via an improved Dobson Lane. Please review the attached link which contains the plans and make your concerns for this plan known.  
You can contact City Councilman Robin Engel's office to express your concern with the plan. Additionally, your HOA is taking legal actions challenge this plan.
Thank You,
Bob Thompson
Message to Residents on Chris Thieneman Proposal
Posted on Nov 19th, 2020
Glenmary Residents,
A number of residents are asking about a Zoom meeting proposed by Chris Thieneman regarding his plans to do some development in Glenmary. Mr. Thieneman says that he is a developer and has a contract to develop the golf property.
The HOA received a very strangely timed message, the week after the annual election, advising that he had this contract secured and he wanted to work with the HOA on his plans. The message was forwarded to our HOA attorney who responded that he had no knowledge of this contract. No direct communication with Mr. Thieneman has occurred since there is a court injunction in place which prohibits development of the Glenmary golf property. Additionally, there exists decisions from the Jefferson County Circuit Court and the Kentucky Court of Appeals supporting the HOA’s position that the golf property is governed under the Glenmary Section 1 Master Deed Restrictions which does not allow  development on this property. An appeal to these decisions has been filed earlier this year by Par Golf and Metro Planning and Zoning to the Kentucky State Supreme Court. To date, no decision to accept this appeal or to rule on it has been rendered.
At this point, any discussions with Mr. Thieneman regarding his plans would be inappropriate and based purely on speculation. The HOA will request to see a copy of his claimed contract but plans no action pending the ruling from the court.
Thank you for your continued support, patience and understanding on this matter.
Bob Thompson

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