The October edition of the Bellvista Connector is available for download HERE. It is a 1056 kb document. It is being distributed to volunteer deliverers at the moment. Depending on their availability, these volunteers should ensure a copy of the newsletter is delivered to all Bellvista and Bells Creek homes in the next week or so.
We are always in need of more deliverers. If you are a regular walker why not combine your past time with assisting with the delivery of the Bellvista Connector newsletters? We continually have people heading off on trips and being unavailable to continue with their deliveries. Most deliverers have around 100 newsletters to deliver. Email us HERE or call 0498266059 to volunteer. The more the merrier.
BeCA has applied to either have the current mail box moved or to have a second box installed at Bellvista Market Place. This is in response to several ideas raised on the BeCA Facebook page.
Several proud new owners have moved into their homes at Bells Creek. The ones spoken to are delighted with their move and their new homes. Bells Creek residents have exactly the same right and access to BeCA as their Bellvista neighbours. We look forward to having Bells Creek residents at our next meeting on November 5th and the old Land Sales Office at 6:45pm. At this meeting we will have Sunshine Coast Airport CEO Peter Pallot speaking on the recently released Caloundra Aerodrome Draft Master Plan, local MP Mark McArdle, Cr Baberowski and a representative from Queensland Police Service.
Unity College Principal Rudy Goosem will now be the major presenter at the March BeCA Public Meeting.
BeCa has had more requests from organisations to use the old Land Sales Office for various purposes. These purposes include youth activities, mid week church services, various ‘clubs’ eg sewing, books etc. Stockland has informed BeCA it will call a meeting involving representatives from BeCA, SCRC and themselves to discuss how the hand over can occur.
BeCA President Les Thomas is to show Cr Rick Baberowski around the estate early this week. The purpose is to bring our Councillor up to date with issues on a first hand basis. Cr Baberowski funded the culverts allowing for all weather crossing between Bellvista and Little Mountain and wishes to see how that project went as well. Issues for attention inslude:
(a) The crossing between Bellvista and Little Mountain
(b) Possible foot crossing between Crater St and Little Mountain
(c) Signage to and from Bellvista Market Place and Caloundra Rd.
(d) Missing footpath on O’Reilly Drive.
(e) Lack of shade over Rawson St Playground equipment.
(f) Bollards on the western side of Bellvista Blvd.
(g) Future pathway to connect Bellvista with the park in Winchester Rd.
(h) Safer crossing for students exiting Widgee Place over Montserrat Cres to the footpath on their way to school.
(i) Bells Reach.