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Upcoming Events
PHGIII Board of Directors Meeting
Thursday, August 1st, 7:00 PM
All Meetings are held at 7:00 pm 
This meeting will be held at the new offices of Kentucky Realty off the Gene Snyder.
Kentucky Realty Corp
3330 Pinecroft Drive
Louisville, KY 40219
PHGIII residents are encouraged to attend.
PHGIII Annual Meeting
Thursday, October 3rd, 7:00 PM
The Annual Meeting is held at 7:00 pm 
PHGIII residents are encouraged to attend.
The Agenda includes voting on 2025 Board Members.
PHGIII Board Selects Management Company
Posted on Aug 3rd, 2023
PHGIII Residents:
On August 1st, the PHGIII Board of Directors unanimously voted to select Kentucky Realty Corp as the new management company for the association.

The new contract will begin September 1, 2023.  

Representatives of Kentucky Realty will be present at the next Board meeting on August 10 to explain details of the new contract.

The decision to retain a management company after 30 years of self-management was made because our residents are aging, fewer residents are willing to serve on the board, and no member of the current board or the community was willing to step forward to serve as president of the association.  At the same time, our infrastructure is aging, putting more demands on the board and the role of the president. 

Kentucky Realty was selected from a group of three management companies that bid on PHGIII.

Kentucky Realty Corp is a 40-year old Louisville-based firm that manages 180 condo associations, patio home associations, and homeowners associations in the area.  

Here are some of the benefits to our residents.

• The buying power of a company that manages 13,000 individual units.

• An in-house maintenance and construction company, Rapp & Associates, that will respond 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to emergencies.

* A dedicated telephone number that PHGIII residents can call  24/7 for maintenance assistance.

* A dedicated project manager and assistant manager for PHGIII.

* Full accounting services with multiple options to pay your bill, including direct bank drafts.

* Monthly billing statements.

* A  communication system for all residents to receive important PHGIII information available to all residents via text, email or telephone.

You will soon receive a letter of introduction from Kentucky Realty Corp Operations Manager Bill Haley.

As noted, more details will be outlined at the Board meeting on August 10th at 7:00 pm at Evangel World Prayer Center, 6900 Billtown Rd.
Louisville, KY 40299
Special PHGIII Board Letter Re: Water Leak
Posted on Jun 20th, 2022
PHGIII Residents:
Some of you may be aware that we had a large water leak that went undetected for some time.  This leak was not at anyone’s residence, but at the very end of Kingsmill Drive, where the water flowed into the association-owned common ground.  As soon as the leak was detected, immediate action was taken to have this repaired.  This was done without having to have any portion of Kingsmill Drive compromised.  
Due to this leak, our water bill has doubled for this billing cycle.  The HOA will talk to the Water Company to see if they will grant us an exemption on any of this, but in the meantime the HOA is obligated to pay.
Our next billing will be sent out late June or early July.  Residents will receive their normal invoices based on their amount of water used, plus drainage, trash and dues.  Sometime after this billing, a second invoice will be sent to each resident to cover the cost associated with the leak.  Everyone will be billed the same amount.  At this time, we are estimating that it will be a little over $100.00 per household.
We know this is not welcome news, but we are committed to keeping this fair and equitable to all residents.  Our Patio Homes will have problems from time to time due to aging infrastructure.  We will just have to deal with them as they present themselves, and try to be pro-active with maintaining our homes and grounds as much as possible.  We ask all residents to please speak up if they notice a problem, especially pooling water.  The longer something like this goes on, the more we all pay.
Thank you for your understanding in this matter.  
PHGIII Board of Directors 
Acuity Insurance Company Sets PHGIII Requirements for Master Insurance Policy
Posted on Apr 2nd, 2022
Acuity, the insurance company which holds the association’s Master Insurance policy, recently did a walk through and assessment of our PHGIII patio homes.
They had only TWO requirements they would like to see implemented by all residents.
1. All barbecue cooking needs to take place a minimum of 10 feet from the home structure.
You can store your barbecues against the house, but for actual cooking they need to be 10 feet from the home.
2. Patio homes should have a limit of size of 40 pounds or less for all dogs.  This is also a Jefferson county regulation.
Appeals Court Backs Glenmary HOA
Posted on Apr 6th, 2020
A decision was rendered by the Kentucky Court of Appeals on Case#: 2018-CA-00547.pdf on Friday 4/3/20 wherein the Appellant "Par Golf LLC" vs Appellee "Glenmary Homeowner's Association, INC., ET AL"  the decision of Circuit Court Judge Willett from 3/1/18 was affirmed.
A copy of this decision will be posted on the HOA Website for all to review. This decision is pivotal to the future of the Glenmary community and any future use of the golf course property. The Judge Willett decision orders reversal of the appproval of the three building lots on the golf property.
This ruling essentially upholds the Glenmary governing documents and land rights which prevents any future development of the golf property and should be considered a major win for all lot owners in Glenmary. 
Bob Thompson
Glenmary HOA President
Residents Requested to Read Water Meters Weekly
Posted on Nov 19th, 2018
President’s Message
Important Message From Your President…
As many of you know and for those of you who do not, many of our residents have encountered a severe water leak under their foundation. 
Even though we have detected these leaks and each resident  has gotten their leak repaired, the time between readings and detection is a 2 month period in which we are losing water and our drainage cost from the Louisville Water Company are going up.
Your board is making a request from each resident, we would like for you to begin reading your digital reader next to your garage door once a week and keep a running log of each reading.
If you see a discrepancy from one week to another, please contact Bill Geier (502-797-3332). This will help to catch the leak early, get the repair done and reduce our drainage cost from the water company.
PHGIII Portected By Erthquake Insurance
Posted on Oct 29th, 2018
At the October Annual meeting, the issue was raised whether or not the master insurance policy of PHGIII protected homeowners against an earthquake.  Ken Mattingly has meet with our insurance representative, and confirmed that indeed the master policy has a declaration protecting all structures against earthquake damage.  However, you should check with your own insurer to make sure your homeowners coverage protects you for any personal losses as a result of an earthquake. Because one of the largest earthquakes ever recorded occurred along the New Madrid Fault Line, it is reassuring to know we are protected in the event of a major eatherquake.
Judge Willet Rules for GHA
Posted on Mar 6th, 2018
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 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 piviotal in terms of any future development of the golf property.