One resident reported on the fantastic service he had received from Council after using his account on the MyCouncil website. He encouraged all property owners to get online to the Sunshine Council website, (MyCouncil) create your account and lodge your “Service Requests” there. In every case he had received feedback from Council on the progress of his service request, sometimes on the least trivial matter.
He urged all landowners in Bellvista, Bells Reach and Arbour to jump online and create your account.
BeCA Management hastily reminded all in attendance that this was a great way to alert Council to ongoing graffiti or vandal damage issues. With every mobile phone having a camera nowadays it was easy to grab a snap of any offending graffiti or vandal damage, upload it to your PC or laptop then lodge a MyCouncil Service Request and add your photo to the request.
You are also invited to send a copy of the photo to BeCA via email. email@example.com
On a different issue, another resident expressed her concern over the number of sealed magazines that are left by residents to get wet and rot on front lawns and driveways across our area. In some cases the offending deliveries finish up in the biopod/rain garden out the front of their home. Or they are left to lie on a drive way or footpath and become a slippery obstacle for pedestrians.
Councillor Baberowski will investigate what action individual residents may take to stop delivery of these offending weeklies!
Following the meeting those in attendance were free to discuss any points of interest with our Councillor, the two representatives from Sunshine Coast UA3 or Snr Constable Peter.
It was a great informative meeting enjoyed by all who attended.