Glenwood Estates Restriction Amendments Vote Results

On April 30, the Glenwood Estates Association Board of Directors conducted its spring meeting, concluding with a vote on the proposed Restrictions amendments distributed in March. Residents had nearly 7 weeks to review the proposed changes and to submit a proxy form if unable to attend.

  • 31 Glenwood Estates households were present
  • 11 proxy voters were represented
  • To become effective, each Amendment required 28 votes in its favor (Member households plus proxy voters represented)

Please refer to this document to understand the amendments that went to a vote.

The following amendments become effective immediately as mandated by a 2/3 majority of those in attendance and proxy votes:

  • The amendment to Restriction 4 passed with 40 votes (95%) in favor
  • The amendment to Restriction 6 passed with 36 votes (86%) in favor
  • The amendment to Restriction 9 passed with 39 votes (93%) in favor
  • The amendment to Restriction 12 passed with 37 votes (88%) in favor
  • The amendment to Restriction 13 passed with 36 votes (86%) in favor
  • The amendment to Restriction 14 passed with 34 votes (81%) in favor
  • The amendment to Restriction 15 passed with 40 votes (95%) in favor
  • The amendment to Restriction 16 passed with 39 votes (93%) in favor
  • The amendment to Restriction 17 passed with 40 votes (95%) in favor
  • The amendment to Restriction 19 passed with 35 votes (83%) in favor
  • The amendment to Restriction 22 passed with 36 votes (86%) in favor
  • The amendment to Restriction 26 passed with 33 votes (79%) in favor
  • The addition of Restriction 29 passed with 30 votes (71%) in favor
  • The addition of Restriction 30 passed with 42 votes (100%) in favor

The following amendments failed to achieve the necessary 2/3 votes:

  • The amendment to Restriction 24 failed with 27 votes (64%) in favor

The newly amended Restrictions for Glenwood Estates will be posted to our website at glenwoodestates.org/restrictions as soon as they are legally recorded with Madison County.