Wat Chonglom residents level complaints for city hall

Friday, 27 June 2014 From Issue Vol. XXII No. 26 By  Jetsada Homklin

Broken water pipes, a polluted canal and messy utility wires topped the agenda as the Pattaya Center for Resolution of Complaints continued its series of forums across the city in Naklua’s Wat Chonglom neighborhood.

City Council members Urit Nantasurasak, Banlue Kullavanijaya and Jidapa Suwattaporn met with representatives from 37 community organizations June 5 to address issues related to emergencies and accidents, utilities, health services and general facilitation.

City workers clean garbage out of the Naklua canal to commemorate the World Environmental Day.  Ironically, residents throw their garbage in the canal, then complain to the city that it stinks.City workers clean garbage out of the Naklua canal to commemorate the World Environmental Day.  Ironically, residents throw their garbage in the canal, then complain to the city that it stinks.

Residents said a water main opposite the temple has been leaking for some time and want it fixed.

They also complained about a huge amount of garbage in the Naklua canal, which has created foul odors for residents. The canal later was cleaned for World Environment Day.

Attendees also said they wanted phone, electric and cable-television wires in their neighborhood tidied up, as they’ve become an eyesore.

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