GCA Newsletter               20 February 2016
Dear Trevor,
Here is your monthly newsletter from the GCA. As always, we welcome your feedback.

B en Benjamin, GCA Communications commns@glenmore-community.org
Annual Meeting Reminder - February 25th
This is a reminder that the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Glenmore Community Association will be held this Thursday, February 25, at 7 PM at the Glenmore Country Club. All property owners and residents are invited to attend. This will be your chance to pose questions or comments to the board and other residents, as well as to hear about the state of the Association and its activities.

All Glenmore property owners should have received either a mail packet or an email notification including voting instructions.  If you have not received an invitation, please let us know at gca@glenmore-community.org.

Full details and agenda are available on our website at glenmore-community.org/annual_mtg
Have You Received your Dues Invoice?
Invoices for dues for the first half of 2016 have been sent to all property owners. Those receiving a mailed packet will find the invoice as the front sheet in the packet. All others should have received an email invoice. If you have not yet received your invoice, please let the bookkeeper know immediately  at  bookkeeper@glenmore-community.org .

Dues are payable by March 1, 2016.
Identity Theft Presentation - Reminder
This is a reminder that the Village of Rivanna Community Advisory Committee is sponsoring an information session by the Albemarle County Police Department on Personal Safety. Among the topics covered will be credit card fraud, identity theft, online purchasing and security, and situational awareness. There will be a question and answer period after the presentation. The speaker will be Detective Kevin Miller who is intimately involved with these subjects in Albemarle County, and all residents are invited to attend. The presentation will be at the East Rivanna Firehouse on Monday  February 22, starting at 7:15 PM and will last approximately 90 minutes. Glenmore resident Dennis Odinov, Chairman of VORCAC, attended a previous presentation and found it to be very interesting and helpful.
Water Resources Draft Maintenance Guidelines
Storm Water
The Water Resources Committee has prepared draft guidelines for the maintenance of Glenmore's water resources, and these are now available for comment from members prior to final consideration by the GCA board. The guidelines cover the maintenance of ponds, dams, and stormwater infrastructure throughout the community. You can read the proposed guideline here, or download it from the Committees page of the GCA website. Please provide any feedback to the committee at water@glenmore-community.org.
Keep Your Plates Clean!
Following the recent snowstorms, several residents have been experiencing failure to be recognized by the residents' gate opening system. In almost all cases this is due to dirty license plates. The LPR system relies upon the reflective background of the plates to identify the numbers, and if this is dirty it struggles to correctly read the characters.
If this applies to you, a simple cleaning of both your front and rear plates should fix the problem, and avoid the need for the gatehouse staff to have to help you.
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