Recently BeCA has been relating closely with Council Parks and Gardens regarding Rain Gardens and this was followed by a post on Rain Gardens HERE. During that time BeCA was encouraged to maintain contact regarding Service Requests it had lodged.
Currently BeCA has had Service Requests to clear all pathways to stop growth encroaching and blocking free access for cyclists and walkers along local pathways. We are pleased to inform you extensive work has been completed on the pathway around Bells Reach and we continue to monitor and keep Council informed on clearance around the pathway around Arbour and the Bellvista pathways along Bellvista Blvd and along the Bellvista western boundary.
Currently BeCA has lodged Service Requests to have the recent spike in graffiti around Bellvista attended to.
The Service Requests were lodged via the free MyCouncil Dashboard Website (HERE). All landowner residents are encouraged to create their own MyCouncil Account via the link above.
During a recent phone conversation with Council Parks and Gardens, BeCA was informed that Council now has a range of new suitable plants which could vastly improve the look of any rain garden. Call Council on 07 5420 8200 and request to be put through to Parks and Gardens and ask for a Council Representative to visit your home and discuss how a rain garden near your home can be replanted with more attractive plants. The photo below is a rain garden in Baringa.
And don’t forget BeCA’s next Public Meeting is this Monday June 3rd at the Bellvista Meeting Place at 6:45pm. Cr Baberowski will provide an update on Council happenings. Snr Const Peter will provide a report on activity around the estate and will also provide an extended report on the formation of Neighbourhood Watch Groups following up on interest coming from a group of Bells Reach residents. This is a must attend for those interested in forming a Neighbourhood Watch Group.
There will be a presentation from Caloundra SES on their activities and other any upcoming projects.
At this stage there has NOT been any response from Minister Bailey nor Translink regarding a proposed public meeting with BeCA and residents to discuss recent Bus Stop closures and to hear resident concerns. It is now almost 2 weeks since BeCA responded to Minister Bailey’s request for Translink to discuss these issues with BeCA. We continue to wait patiently.