Artist Aimee Griffith is featured in the Spring 2022 issue of the University of Kentucky Alumni Magazine.
Annual dues for 2022 are: $100. Please pay by March 15, 2022.
You may pay by a check made out to:
GREENBRIER RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION
Please mail to:
John Schmidt, Treasurer
3556 Antilles Drive
Lexington, KY 40509
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The Greenbrier Residents, Inc. Business meeting will be held, rain or shine, on the back patio of the property at 3785 Jamaica Court, at 6 PM on Tuesday, October 19th. The agenda will include adoption of next year’s budget, election of board officers, and special presentation by LFUCG Environmental Quality manager Dallas Taylor.
Please dress for the weather and join us!
Information About Our Presenters
CHARLES H. MARTIN, P.E.
DIRECTOR, DIVISION OF WATER QUALITY
Charlie Martin has been the Director for the Division of Water Quality since February 2002. Since moving to Lexington in 1999, he has also held the positions of Collection System Manager and Deputy Director for the division along with four separate temporary assignments as Lexington’s Commissioner of Environmental Quality and Public Works.
Mr. Martin has over 38 years of water and wastewater experience at the state and local levels. A native Ohioan, Charlie is a graduate of the University of Michigan with a B.S. in Civil Engineering; is a licensed Professional Engineer in both Ohio and Kentucky.
I started at pump stations in 1993 as a mechanic.
Few years later became the Electrician after receiving my license, worked at that position for about 10 years.
Was promoted to supervisor, worked that for around another ten years.
Became the Program manager a little over a year ago.
LFUCG calculates time in 30 day months so that puts me right at 30 years, all at Pump Stations.
I’ve spent a lot of time in your neighborhoodJ
Our Dues Drive is almost over and we are 9 neighbors short of our target goal of 74% paid members. If you haven’t yet paid this year’s Dues – still at $100.00 – there’s time! Use paypal or write a check, send it or drop it off to our Treasurer, John Schmidt at 3556 Antilles Dr. That’s less than $9.00 per month to support the GRI Board in its many activities on behalf of our neighborhood! Please join your neighbors in helping us reach our goal!
Also, we are working on the new Directory which promises to be bigger and better than ever. We think ALL our property owners will find the information contained in it both useful and easy to find. Watch for it later this month! Thank you!
With more houses being lit up and decorated than ever, the Greenbrier elves had the hardest time to date making their decisions; however they finally made it official and declared the winners of this year’s Holiday Lights contest. They are: Best Overall: 1724 Bahama Road, the Esposito residence’s take on a Winter Wonderland; Most Whimsical, 2116 Antigua, the Buckman residence’s festive presentation of lights, and Best Entryway, 3512 Trinidad, the Hamm’s residence with its elegant door.
Further, the elves gave a shoutout to the beautiful trees on Bahama; the Vettraino’s manger scene at 3637 Antilles Drive; and the lights at 3601 Montego Court, the Simone residence.
All GRI Member award winners will receive a $50 gift certificate to their favorite Hamburg restaurant. So tour the neighborhood and look for the signs in the winners’ yards. See if you agree with the Elves decisions and remember, next year could be the year for you to have a coveted winner sign in your front yard.
Happy Holidays and a wonderful New Year to all from the Greenbrier Residents Board.!
GRI Members! Due to Covid-19, the approval of next year’s budget and election of GRI Officers will not be held at an in-person Business meeting. A ballot will be taped to every home in Greenbrier; however:
1) one must be a property owner for your vote to be recorded, only one vote per household
2) only a GRI member in good standing ($100 annual dues paid) for vote to be recorded
3) offer “yes” or write-in a candidate for your voting choice
4) fill in your name and address and sign
A ballot box will be placed at 2018 Bahama Road (The Urschels) from 9am to dark on Oct. 25 & 26 for your ballot to be dropped off.
According to our Bylaws, the response of one tenth (1/10) of GRI members in person or by proxy is necessary for action. All current Board Members are up for re-election; a space is provided for write-in candidates.
Approval is also required to pass next year’s budget. Details of this budget are on page 2 of this ballot! Treasurer John Schmidt is glad to answer any questions about the proposed budget: 299-5656
“Our normal Halloween traditions will change this year due to COVID-19,” said Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton. “Although we may not have some of our annual events, or be able to dig into a shared bowl of candy, we can still enjoy the holiday and trick-or-treat. We want our children and community to have fun, but be safe. You can collect pre-wrapped treats while in your favorite costume, but make sure to continue to maintain safe social distance, wear a protective face mask and keep gatherings to 10 or fewer people.”
You are invited to Halloween Movie Night this Friday October 9th! The movies will be show at 3785 Jamaca Court beginning at dark. Bring a blanket.
Kali went missing on May 12.
Please do not chase.