Representatives from Pattaya’s 42 neighborhoods got to vent their gripes about infrastructure, traffic and more at a meeting with the city’s complaint center.
Center executive Chaiwat Klisanalom chaired the April 16 meet-up at Pattaya School No. 6 where he provided knowledge and advice on how to solve problems in local communities.
He also noted issues that cannot be solved by the residents themselves. Hot topics included potholes, broken pavement, street lights, flooding, sewage and more.
Also topping the list were public works projects undertaken by private contractors that missed their completion dates or abandoned before completion, leaving a dangerous, traffic-snarling mess in their place.
Chaiwat said the complaints would be forwarded to relevant officials for action as soon as possible.