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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.
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.