Three Pattaya neighborhoods told Pattaya leaders they want cleaner streets, vacuumed drainage pipes and tidy utility lines at a Center for Resolution of Complaints forum on improving living conditions.
City Councilman Rattanachai Sutidechanai met with leaders of the Soi Paniadchang, Soi 6 Yodsak, and Nong-or communities June 26 at the Redemptorist Vocational School for Persons with Disabilities.
City Councilman Rattanachai Sutidechanai meets with leaders of the Soi Paniadchang, Soi 6 Yodsak, and Nong-or communities.
The Soi Paniadchang group had a long list of complaints, topped off by garbage, both above and below ground. The street has too few garbage bins, residents said, and trash that overflows from those bins is not being picked up by Pattaya garbage collectors. Furthermore, drains below the streets need to be sucked out, community leaders said.
The community also requested four curved traffic mirrors, repainting of speed bumps, working closed-circuit television cameras, and replacement of power lines on Paniadchang Soi 8.
The Soi 6 Yodsak Community requested street cleaning, drains vacuumed and road repairs near Central Center. The group also wants better traffic regulation.
In Nong-or, the messy tangle of utility lines needs cleaned up, residents said.