The BeCA management Committee met last night for its monthly meeting. Discussion centred around on-going issues for the estate and bringing all members up to date on recent happenings. Most happenings have been extensively reported here on the website.
Stockland will provide an update on the Bells Reach development at our next BeCA Public Meeting on November 7th. Candidates for our division of the SCRC Council Elections have been invited to speak at the next BeCA Public Meeting. At this stage Ann Ross has confirmed she will be accept an invitation and Rick Baberowski is hopeful of attending as well. At this stage BeCA has not received a response from Rhys Reynolds on his intentions to attend.
BeCA will be arranging an informal meeting with Unity College to discuss items which would be mutually advantageous to both organisations. One issue involves concerns raised with BeCA on adequate school bus services for the Pelican Waters area.
BeCA has fielded several concerns from residents on behaviour of younger people. This is not an area where BeCA has any ability to solve a problem. However BeCA will be liaising with “Caloundra Safe” to see if anything can be done to improve activities for young people here on the estate.
BeCA continues to monitor the provision of bus stop seating at Stornaway Ave and O’Reilly Drive. Councillor Grosskreutz has indicated the old crossing point on Bellvista Blvd is to be closed and BeCA will continue to monitor the situation. BeCA will continue to pursue the provision of a shade sail over new play equipment in the Rawson St playground and for improved road signage to and from Bellvista Market Place.