The condition of the Fire Trail area along Bellvista’s northern boundary raised some concern with the grass neighbouring residents’ properties now around a metre high and a possible fire risk.
BeCA will forward photos of the area to Cr Baberowski for follow up
BeCA urges land owners to use the MyCouncil website, create their personal MyCouncil account and forward “Requests for Service” via their account to have Council related concerns attended to.
Council roadworks at the ‘top end’ of Bellvista Blvd probably will not be addressing the tight turn into the roundabout at Bellcarra Place.
The poor mowing of parks where tallish wispy grass seems to bend with the mowing and then stand upright again was discussed. Residents should follow up with photos attached to a “Request for Service’ submitted via their MyCouncil website.
A previous “Request for Service” had been submitted to Council to address the small strip of land separating veloways and footpaths. In many cases the plants in these strips have died and disappeared leaving the area un protected during heavy rain and spreading tan bark across the veloway. Cr Baberowski took note of the relevant MyCouncil Reference number and again requested photographs to allow him to pursue the issue.
Bus shelters, rain gardens and speeding vehicles along Bellvista Blvd were also discussed.