GCA News & Notes 16 April , 2018

Dear GCA member,
Here is your latest newsletter from the GCA. As always, we welcome your feedback.

Becky Lindway, GCA Communications Director
Working Together - GCA & GCC
As many of you may have already heard, about 25% of the driving range is located on property that the acquisition survey revealed was on GCA common area land.
This land previously belonged to Glenmore Limited Associates Partnership, and was given to the community a few years ago when GALP was divesting their assets. Neither the board nor the club knew that this property was given to GCA even though it has been used by the club for many years as part of the driving range.

The Rathburns approached the GCA and asked for their assistance in resolving the issue so that the sale of the club may be completed. They offered a number of potential solutions, a transfer of the land to the club, a trade of land, and exchange of easements as there is currently no legal right for the walking/riding trails to cross the golf club property even though it does in three places.

We are working to resolve the issue in a way that benefits all parties and allows the sale to be completed. The board believes that a successful transition of ownership of the club is in the best interest of all.
Spring Trash Can Rules
Now that we are having more day light hours we would like to remind residents not to put trash cans out by the curb until 6 pm the night before pickup and remove them to your garage or fenced area in your back yard after pickup.
FYI...
ACSA has released a work order to Linco, Inc. regarding sewer rehabilitation in the Glenmore area.
Linco is hoping to scope out the areas where work is needed sometime next week. As we gain more information regarding the areas to be involved we will pass it on to all residents.

We are also checking on the reason for low water pressure in one particular section of Glenmore. Initial discussions with ACSA representatives have indicated that the low water pressure is most likely due to the flushing of water lines associated with construction activities in Rivanna Village. This work is expected to be completed in the next few days, and water pressure levels should return to normal at that time.