The Bellvista Community Association wishes to extend the compliments of the season to all residents. We hope to see you all back again safe and well after the festive season.
Many members of the Committee are absent enjoying time with family in other parts of the country or the state.
So if things seem a little quiet on the website, just hold tight. We will be back on deck early in the New Year to keep everyone up to date on the latest happenings.
The naming of the Canavan Gracie Recreational Park is one issue keeping us busy. BeCA has approached friends and relatives of June Canavan and Keith Gracie to determine what level of involvement they would like in the ‘official’ naming and opening of the Park. Both groups are happy to leave these details in BeCA’s hands.
An unfortunate situation has seen the supply of new naming signs for the park lapse. Just before Christmas BeCA again approached SCRC regarding installing several signs announcing the park as Canavan Gracie Recreational Park. It is SCRC policy that Council provide “ONE” sign only. Cr Rick Babarowski has agreed to fund a second sign from his ‘discretionary’ funds.
Right now two sets of signs are being produced, one to be installed near the bus stop in Lomond Cres, the other adjacent the entry to Unity College. It was felt this would offer the greatest public exposure.
Ideally a third sign should be installed somewhere near the entry to Bellvista Market Place but resources do not extend to the provision of three signs.
At this stage BeCA is unaware if the magical 20% of responses were received from the recent Stockland Survey. The BeCA Facebook Page reports we were mighty close and that only 16 more responses were required to make it.