City gives Dolphin Roundabout long overdue cleaning

Friday, 25 May 2012 From Issue Vol. XX No. 21 By  Vittaya Yoondorn

City engineering workers gave the Dolphin Roundabout a good scrubbing after discovering other marine life was growing in its fountain.

About 10 workers drained the murky, algae-filled water May 16, scrubbing out the fountain to heal a long-standing eyesore.

A clean up crew from Pattaya Public Works gives the Dolphin Roundabout a good scrubbing, healing a long-standing eyesore. A clean up crew from Pattaya Public Works gives the Dolphin Roundabout a good scrubbing, healing a long-standing eyesore.

While they were there, the civil servants redecorated the garden, trimmed trees and chemically cleaned the sculpture with long brushes. Finally, the dolphins themselves got the wet-towel treatment.

The work drew crowds of residents happy to see that government workers, however belatedly, were finally putting their tax money to work.

Last modified on Friday, 25 May 2012 10:00
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  • Comment Link Friday, 25 May 2012 22:22 posted by Jack

    thats nice, did they start it or will it remain a stagnant feature?

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