The Bellvista Community Association Committee met last night. Unfortunately Councillor Rick Babarowski was held up at Council dealing with funding issues and the 2012/13 SCRC Budget.
BeCA did not receive and adverse comments relating to the recent International Rally Of Queensland event conducted at Caloundra Airport.
The Landscaping Chairperson reported that issues we had raised with SCRC had largely been addressed. However there remains some frustration on all fronts regarding the cutting back of roadside trees to ensure residents have clear passage along neighbourhood roads. BeCA will be submitting a Service Request to SCRC on this issue. Mulching will continue.
BeCA voiced its extreme disappointment regarding Council’s decision not to carry out any upgrade of Bellvista Blvd until there was a final Federal Govt decision on the future of Caloundra South. SCRC believed it would be negligent in the use of rate payer funds if eventually Stockland was charged with duplicating Bellvista Blvd in connection with the eventual approval of Caloundra South. BeCA was told the road would be maintained in a safe fashion by SCRC until the Federal Govt decision was made. See the post below on our Service Request.
BeCA asks all Bellvista residents to forward service requests seeking that SCRC bring Bellvista Blvd to an acceptable ‘safe’ standard by making their own service requests on this issue. Click HERE to make an online Service Request.
Regretfully BeCA is unaware if there has been any follow up by Pratt Property on the photo forwarded by a resident regarding loitering around Bellvista Market Place.
BeCA will move at the AGM that Bells Reach residents be eligible to become full voting members of BeCA. This will require an amendment of the BeCA Constitution and will be put to the August 6th AGM.
A list of issues will be prepared for consideration by the new Councillor. These will include bus stops, concrete pathways, shade cover for play equipment, the future of the Land Sales Office, a new foot crossing for residents of Little Mountain, improved all weather access to Little Mountain Common and the future of Caloundra Airport. Added to this will be our concerns on the condition of Bellvista Blvd.
The post below on potholes also was discussed at length at the meeting.
Bellvista Community Association (BeCA) urges residents to report any inappropriate behaviour or vandal damage around the Estate to Caloundra Police PH: 54394444 or Police Link PH: 131444.