pattayamail.gif (2145 bytes)

Business News



The Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya
The Rotary Club
of Jomtien-Pattaya


VOL.VIII NO.7     -     18  February  2000

News | Business News  | Features | Columns | Letters | Sports | Mail Market | Sports Round-Up

Pattaya’s new city council meets for the first time

Becomes first in Kingdom to convene under new constitution

(L to R) Mayor Pairat Suthithamrongsawat and his 4 deputies, Watana Chantanawaranon, Niran Watanasatsathorn, Wutisak Rermkijakarn and Wirawat Khakhai.

Pattaya’s newly elected city council met for the first time on Tuesday morning, February 22, 2000. The meeting was a historic one, as Pattaya became the first municipality in the Kingdom to convene a locally elected government under the rules of the new constitution. Pattaya is once again breaking new ground, setting a precedent for the rest of the nation to follow.

Chonburi Governor Sujarit Pachimnan presided over the historic opening at Pattaya City Hall. As advisor to Pattaya’s city administration, he announced the future direction for the recently elected mayor, the 24 city council members, and the mayor’s four selected deputies.

Governor Sujarit instructed the assembly to, “consolidate (their) efforts in developing Pattaya, especially in the areas of sanitation, beautification and organization, which are the core areas of concern to Pattaya.


Updated every Friday
Copyright 2000  Pattaya Mail Publishing Co.Ltd.
370/7-8 Pattaya Second Road, Pattaya City, Chonburi 20260, Thailand 
Tel.66-38 411 240-1, 413 240-1, Fax:66-38 427 596; e-mail: [email protected]

Updated by Chinnaporn Sangwanlek, assisted by Boonsiri Suansuk.
[email protected]