The March issue of the BeCA Newsletter “The Connector” is now being delivered around the estate by our volunteer deliverers. Remember you too can be a volunteer deliverer and deliver around 150 or newsletters for us on your daily walk if you can spare the time. Use this link to contact us if you can help out.
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BeCA was again contacted recently following a concern from a resident who was being visited over night by a neighborhood cat which had been allowed to remain outdoors overnight. Council ByLaws insist cats remain indoors during overnight hours. This cat regularly completed its toilet in the neighbour’s front garden.
In this situation BeCA recommends that residents lodge a complaint with Sunshine Coast Council via the Council’s website. Firstly you need to register which you can do here: (https://mycouncil.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/mycouncil/personal-registration/register/)
Once you have registered at the SC Council website you will have many online services available to you.
In the case mentioned above the resident could go via the “Submit Request” and invite Council ByLaws to investigate the concern. You will receive an email response to your Request along with a “Reference Number” confirming that your Request has been received. The Reference Number is valuable if there is no action and the inappropriate behaviour continues. Any followup requests you may have on the same issue should include the original “reference Number”.