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.
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.
The PHG III Board of Directors voted to move its financial accounts to River City Bank effective immediately. As a result, all future dues payments should be made directly to River City Bank at the following address:
There will be 3 more yard waste pickups before the end of the year. They are scheduled the first Tuesday in October, November and December. Please have your waste approved paper bags outside by 6:30 am.
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.
Questions with PHGIII Invoices? Selling Your Patio Home?
If you have any questions or concerns about your PHGIII invoices, feel free to contact Jo Ann Pierce, our new PHGIII Treasurer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Jo Ann will be happy to answer your questions.
Not getting your bi-monthly statement by Email?
Would you like to? It’s the fastest way to get your bill and cuts down on a significant amount of time and postage. To get your bill emailed to you, let Jo Ann know at email@example.com.
Selling Your Patio Home?
Please have your real estate agent, mortgage company, etc, contact Linda Seiler at 502-681-4330 or firstname.lastname@example.org for any needed information. If you have any questions, please feel free to give Linda a call.