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Development steams ahead at Bells Reach. It seems almost every day another home is completed and new residents can move in. Bells Reach “Arbour”, the estate at the southern end of the Bellvista Blvd extension, is just about ready for its first home makers as well. Some homes there appear to be just a few days from being ready for their new owners to move in.
Construction has begun on yet another new and exciting playground park at Bells Reach Arbour as well. With a green vegetation corridor along the Lamerough Creek, Bells Reach “Arbour” has an open inviting feel to it.
Don’t forget BeCA’s final Public Meeting for 2014 at the Bellvista Meeting Place this Monday at 6:00pm where we will have Mayor Jamieson in attendance. It is an honour to have the Mayor to one of our meetings and we hope to have plenty of residents there to hear what he has to say. Also in attendance will be Kevin Hegarty Chief Executive, Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service. Kevin will be providing a presentation on the progress of the construction of the new Sunshine Coast University Hospital.
The earlier than usual start is at the request of Mayor Jamieson.
Cr Baberowski is on Annual Leave and is an apology for this meeting. However David Cooper will be in attendance. Not Bellvista’s Dave Cooper from the Positive Property People, but David Cooper from the Sunshine Coast Council. David is our direct contact at Council for issues involving the Bellvista Meeting Place. David will update everyone on procedures for using the facility and where things are up to in regards to having a local organisation manage bookings, maintenance etc.
It is also the BeCA AGM. No elections will be required as the number of nominations equalled the number of vacancies.
The Bellvista Gardening Team stumbled upon a large cache of rubbish and other interesting items along the rear fence of the Bellcarra Retirement Resort recently. The area hidden away from general view between the fence and the waterway, has now been cleaned up. As some of the items discovered there were ‘unusual’, Caloundra Police have been informed.
It has also been reported to BeCA that a photograph of some teenagers harassing some of the bird wildlife on the lower lake at Canavan Gracie Recreational Park with stones has been forwarded to police as well.
These youngsters will need to be careful around the lake as another snake was spotted there this morning, just off the pathway beside the lake.
Parents should remind youngsters to remain on the pathways as we are in snake season and these reptiles can be on the move at this time of year, especially near water. Another snake was spotted earlier this week on the pathway between Gairdner St and O’Reilly Drive.