The November 7th and December 7th board meeting minutes are now posted on the WEB site. They can be viewed on the Board Minutes page.
The GPOA has requested the membership to vote on the Greenbrier Parkway Landscape Project by December 10th. A description of the project along with the development history associated with the Greenbrier Parkway can be viewed by clicking on here. The Ballot and the Cost Breakdown was distributed to the membership in their newspaper box.
The minutes from the November 17th Board meeting dedicated to the Landscape proposal can be viewed here.
The 7/13/2016 amended bylaws are now available on this WEB site. You can view the amended bylaws by clicking here .
It is that time of the year when membership dues are requested. Click on here to see how your 2017 membership dues support the GPOA.
Greenbrier accepts Certificate of Appreciation for outstanding work with the New Bern Police Department in keeping Greenbrier safe.
Construction has begun on the berm that will control the water level in the lake on the 9th hole. Work is expected to be completed by the weekend. The water level may recede further to facilitate the construction.
GPOA Drainage Committee
On July 13 the GPOA held their Mid-Year membership meeting. The meeting minutes are posted on the GPOA WEB site. You can view them by clicking on here or selecting the Minutes & Meetings menu tab and selecting the 2016 Mid-Year Meeting link.
Greetings friends and neighbors. Just to give you an update of our work to date on the Lakes/Ponds drainage issues.
Your GPOA has been working diligently to facilitate and expedite the repair of equipment which controls the flow of water into several bodies of water in Greenbrier. Since the Emerald Golf Course owns the lakes/ponds that abut the golf course, the GPOA has no authority to direct work or pay for required repairs. What we can do is serve as a facilitator between multiple parties – The Emerald, City of New Bern, GPOA, individual property owners.
Despite a visual lack of progress, there has been movement in the right direction. Various infrastructure repairs to road and pipes have been made by the City. Jerry Briele – Emerald Club Owner/Manager is meeting with contractors to get quotes for price and method of repair for equipment in the lake. The GPOA has maintained constant contact with City officials at the highest level to help broker any available City resources.
This is a complex issue and development of an action plan has been fraught with complications. The situation remains fluid, but is moving through a critical stage; securing a contractor to do the actual lake repair.
We are all anxious about this situation and we appreciate the concerns everyone must have regarding property values. Please rest assured, we are devoting all of our resources to affect a resolution to this issue. We will continue to post updates on the usual GPOA forums and email blasts like this one.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.