Needless to say there was chaos along Bellvista Blvd as local residents attempted to leave the estate along with parents from outside Bellvista who had earlier dropped students at the school.
BeCA has received a copy of an email from a frustrated resident which has been sent to Councillors on this issue. The email also raised questions in regard to the “second access” problem the estate is enduring.
Great to see that more mowing has been completed for many parks on the estate. It is a much better job than last time but edges and cleaning up around lamp posts, trees etc needs to be done to finish the job off properly.
However line markings haven’t been attended to outside Bellvista Market Place and there hasn’t been any action on the blocked water inlets into the top lake at the main park.
There was a group of people pointing and scribbling notes at the site of the new toilet block in the main park on Monday so hopefully things will proceed on this project very shortly. The toilet block is to be constructed at the northern end of the tennis court area between the court and the Land Sales Office.
The badly ripped sail has been removed from the main park playground area for repair. Parents will need to be aware that protection from the sun is not as good at this area as previously until the sail is repaired and back in place.
The white vehicle dumped at the top of Widgee Place has been removed by SCRC. This was not only an eyesore for residents but a potential danger for residents and children.
The vehicle had been left unlocked and was open to everyone. A released handbrake could have caused an accident there.
Bellvista residents will have noticed the local lady who is frequently seen collecting plastic bags full of rubbish along our streets, especially up and down Bellvista Blvd. The lady is often spotted with three or four plastic supermarket bags full of rubbish which she has collected.
Unfortunately the rubbish problem around our estate is getting worse not better. This photo was taken this morning and shows rubbish from a local fast food outlet which has been thrown on the footpath. Wouldn’t it be great if there wasn’t any rubbish to collect! With the opening of Bellvista Market Place there has been a greater incidence of dropped litter around that area and in the park.
If anyone knows the answer please let us know.
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