Friday, 7 May 2010
BBRAeNEWS No.344 - Angsana Walk continues
The monthly Angsana Walk initiative and "get-to-know" your neighbours campaign has seen a successful gathering of residents from the precinct. Organised by BBRA Phase 6, the second installment of the event saw new faces and friends joining for discussions and updates in the community.
Key concerns raised by residents were how to improve the maintenance of the park, including the oil slick at Angsana lake which is suspected to be caused by the row of commercial units (car wash) that wash their waste into the drains, improving security at precinct and parks, and stopping outsiders from using our beautiful park as a place to get drunk.
It was also during the walk that residents discovered broken pieces of glass (pictures below) at the children's playground, which is suspected to be from drunkards who were vandalising the park at night.
We thank residents for highlighting these issues and we would like all residents who witness such acts of vandalism or individuals drinking alcohol in our parks to contact your area representatives or the security immediately.
Angsana Walk is held on every last Sunday of the month, 5:30pm, and for more information, please contact the area representative listed in our BBRA Office Bearer directory.