The next Public Meeting for the Bellvista Community Association is to be held on Monday November the 8th at the former Land Sales Office near Lake Bellvista. The meeting is due to get under way at 6:45 pm. It is a public meeting so anyone can attend. However if you wish to become a member of the association (at no cost) and raise an issue or vote at the meeting you must be a Bellvista resident, a landowner on the estate, or own a business on the estate. You can view all the constitutional requirements for membership HERE.
Councillor Anna Grosskreutz will be in attendance and will provide a report. Anna has been asked to speak on the latest developments regarding the duplication of Bellvista Blvd, emergency access to and from the estate, the school bus stop at the entry to Bellcarra Place and the foot crossing at the foot of the hill on Bellvista Blvd. Another major focus of her report will be on the Caloundra South development and Bellvista2. There will be an opportunity for residents to ask questions from the floor.
BeCA President Paul Harrison has visited two of the homes effected by the new Bellvista Market Place carpark lights and has personally witnessed the problem. Follow up meetings will occur with the developer to see if there is some mutually agreeable way to address the issue. There may be an update on this position at the BeCA Public meeting on Monday.
Reports will also be presented from all Bellvista Community Association Sub-Committees: Finance, Parks & Gardens, Newsletter, Website, Amenities as well as a report on the Caloundra Aerodrome Community & Aviation Industry Forum Meeting held on October 19th. The secretary will report on progress on naming the major park on the estate “Canavan/Gracie Park” in recognition of the two Sunshine Coast identities who were killed in a tragic aircraft accident in New Guinea in August 2009.
A “General Business” session is the last piece of business and will allow residents to raise any concerns.
BeCA looks forward to as many residents as possible attending this meeting. All are welcome.
If you have a Yahoo or iGoogle home page (or newsreader) on your computer you can easily add a “News Feed” (or RSS link) to have any updates from the News & Events Page delivered directly to your Computer and automatically keep up with BeCA’s latest. Hunt around on your Yahoo or iGoogle Home Page for “Add” and where prompted copy/paste this link: http://www.bellvista.com.au/news-events/feed/ You may even be able to click on the link and then be prompted to directly add it to your Yahoo or iGoogle homepage. By using “Settings” on your Bellvista Community Association headlines box you can adjust the number of headlines you want displayed. Drag ‘n’ Drop will allow you to position the headlines box on your homepage where you wish.