The October BeCA Management Committee Meeting was predominantly spent on bringing all members up to speed on recent happenings around the estates. Cr Baberowski was in attendance.
Preparations and Covid19 requirements were discussed in relation to the 2020 BeCA Annual General Meeting to be conducted at 6:45pm on Monday November 2nd at the Bellvista Meeting Place. Because of Covid19 limitations, this meeting will purely and solely focus on requirements for the AGM. All residents are invited to attend.
It is expected the AGM should be completed by 7:30pm. It will include all reports on 2020 activities and there will be the annual Finance Report.
If required, elections will be conducted dependent on the number of nominations received by 4pm October 19th. Nomination forms are available on the BeCA website and in the recent newsletter. All residents (rate payers) residing in Bellvista, Bells Reach and Arbour are welcome to stand for election as are any workers based in the same areas who work in Bellvista, Bells Reach or Arbour.
Any queries you may have feel free to contact the office of the Positive Property People at Bellvista Market Place.
BeCA has a current bank balance of a little over $4000.
BeCA is looking to streamline its website to make it more relevant. Several pages may well be deleted and older documents and pictures will be removed.
The lakes at Bellvista’s Canavan Gracie Recreational Park will see some more spraying by Council to slow the rate of the growth of lilies which are beginning to encroach across the surface of the lower lake. Council will continue to remove litter from the lake as required.
BeCA has a range of Service Requests in the pipeline with council to remove all graffiti across our estates and along Bellvista Blvd.
It was reported there is some further progress on the request to upgrade the narrow strip which was previously a garden strip between the veloway and footpath.
Council is also in the process of carrying out repairs to several panels across several local bus stops.
There has been an upgrade on the “Bellvista Walking Trail” (also known as the Fire Trail) along Bellvista’s north western boundary and the area between Bellvista and the Mary Cairncross Reserve.
As an addition to the State Government announcement of funding for the Bells Creek Arterial which should see the road completed by the end of 2022, there was a small paragraph regarding some funding to complete other projects designed to alleviate the traffic bottle neck at the Caloundra Rd/Nicklin Way roundabout. Cr Baberberowski will make enquiries on possible access to Queen St from Nicklin Way on behalf of BeCA.
BeCA will push for the incoming State Government to commit to a Feasibility Study for a future road to connect Pelican Waters Blvd and Aura Blvd.
BeCA representatives have met with Aura Connect representatives in order to keep both organisations informed on any actions which are underway.
We understand an agreement between Pratt Property and another party is very close regarding the lease on the Bellvista Tavern site. We expect an official announcement any day. There hasn’t been any movement on construction of the new Mobile Phone Tower at Baringa.