The BeCA Management Committee Meeting was held on Tuesday night 3rd May. There was much discussion and follow up done.
Our Landscaping Coordinator reported that he had been contacted by the Sunshine Coast Council Parks & Gardens Supervisor who informed him that with the weather cooling down over the next few months, increased mulching, trimming, planting and refurbishing works would continue throughout the estate. Refurbishment works are currently being undertaken at the roundabout on Caloundra Road/Bellvista Boulevard and adjacent entry gardens into Bellvista.
Residents will continue to be encouraged to report any landscaping issues via the Sunshine Coast Council Website “Request a Service” page or by phoning Council. Remember to set up your Sunshine Coast Council ‘My Council’ account on the internet. https://mycouncil.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/mycouncil
A request has been lodged with Council to repair the broken hinge on the tennis court gate in Canavan Gracie Recreational Park, and also to remove some graffiti along Bellvista Boulevard.
The May issue of the “The Connector” newsletter will soon be delivered around the estate by our volunteers. Remember you too can be a volunteer and deliver around 150 or so newsletters for us on your daily walk. If you can spare some time contact the Secretary on email@example.com BeCA would also like to thank Mark McArdle’s office for printing the newsletter.
BeCA is working with community members, Cr. Baberowski, QPS, Stockland, Sunshine Coast Council & Economic Development Qld engineers to improve road safety in Bells Reach. Preparations are underway for the 6th June Public Meeting which will be dedicated to Road Safety. Further information will be forthcoming over the next couple of weeks.
BeCA welcomed 2 new members to the Association this month.