BeCA wishes all residents a safe and happy New Year for 2013. We suspect around 100mls of rain would be very welcome as well. Our parks and gardens are surviving and looking quite well despite the marked lack of substantial rain.
BeCA wishes to thank the residents who cleaned up the left over stubbies and broken bottles from a group’s celebration on Saturday Night in the playground beside the old Land Sales Office at Canavan Gracie Recreational Park.
If you witness any inappropriate behaviour please call the police on 131444 and leave a report. BeCA is sure the parents of any children using the playground would be thankful as well.
The two new signs for Canavan Gracie Recreational Park have been put in place by Council.
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Dust from the new Bells Reach development was not a particularly serious problem for residents living close by over the Christmas break despite the amount of easterly wind the area has received.
This is most likely due to the fact that there has been little work carried out by the developer over the break.
Work however is gearing back up with some heavy machinery back in action right beside Bellvista Blvd and residential homes. With a strong easterly breeze today (Monday) nearby residents may well be locking up their homes to keep dust out as work gets underway again.
The previously mentioned 100mls of rain would certainly solve many problems for the developer and for residents!
Bells Reach now has somewhere between 10 and 20 homes occupied. The photo shows a group of newly occupied homes. BeCA welcomes the new residents and hopes we can be of mutual assistance to each other.
Following an update of BeCA’s Constitution at the 2012 Annual General Meeting, Bells Reach residents are welcome to become full members of the Bellvista Community Association.
Membership is free and can be completed by following this link (HERE).
Welcome to our community!