Once again the new toilet block has been the target of vandals with graffiti being sprayed on the floor of one of the cubicles. The color of the paint used can be seen in the photo to the left.
BeCA again seeks community support to stop this behaviour. Any suspicious behaviour around the toilet block (or any other public area) should be immediately reported to the Caloundra Police on (07) 5439 4444.
This act occurred sometime around the last weekend in August. It is just amazing that some parents do not know what their children are doing.
Did your child (if the vandalism was caused by a child) need to remove yellow paint from their person or clothes?
Work on cleaning up the Bellvista II site continued today.
BeCA has been invited by local M.P. Mark McArdle to be present at a media event at 4pm today at the corner of Bellvista Blvd and Old Caloundra Rd. The event is designed to highlight the problem residents of Berkey Place will have when exiting their road because of a proposed raised traffic island being built in conjunction with roadworks and the Bellvista II development.
UPDATE: The 4 pm event was cancelled late this afternoon because of poor weather. The event will now occur at 11:30 am on Wednesday August 31st. The press were especially keen to speak with local residents on the issue. Bellvista residents are welcome to attend. It is likely a local SC University TV News report will result from this event.
The raised traffic island will force those residents to turn left down Bellvista Blvd to access Caloundra Rd. This could add to traffic woes on Bellvista Blvd, especially during school drop off and pickup times.
Interested residents may be interested to attend as well.
These SCRC workers are seen here hard at work installing the new road signage which hopefully will make it easier for drivers unfamiliar with local roads to enter and exit the estate.
BeCA also requested some “To Caloundra” signs be installed on appropriate roundabouts or intersections.
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