Banlue Kullavanijaya

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.
Food carts and traffic signs dominated the Pattaya City Council’s first meeting of 2014, which also saw the approval of budgets for flood control and marine-safety projects.
Health, traffic and education topped the list of concerns shared by Pattaya residents when city officials solicited suggestions from residents of 14 neighborhoods about how to improve the quality of life.
Money remains the main stumbling block to continuing efforts to bury utility wires below Pattaya’s streets. City Councilman Banlue Kullavanijaya, who has led the war on unsightly power, telephone and cable-television wires over the past few years, met March 4 with representatives from the Provincial Electrical...
Pattaya officials and the Provincial Electrical Authority are continuing efforts to clean up the city’s messy utility wires, this time on Thepprasit Soi 8. City Councilman Banlue Kullavanijaya met with PEA and city Sanitation Department workers Nov. 22, along with representatives of telephone and cable-television companies.
Pattaya officials and the Provincial Electrical Authority are continuing efforts to clean up the city’s messy utility wires, setting their sights next on Thepprasit Soi 8.

PEA plans tangled-wire cleanup by month’s end

Wednesday, 05 September 2012 14:39
The Provincial Electrical Authority will launch its largest cleanup of tangled wires throughout Pattaya at month’s end. PEA Banglamung office assistant manager Narong Theerakamjai met with Councilman Banlue Kullavanijaya, the city’s longtime proponent to clean up the messy-wires issue, Aug. 29 to discuss progress on the...
Thousands of area residents and government officials filed into Pattaya City Hall to congratulate newly re-elected Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome and city council members.
Pattaya will take another stab at trying to clean up the tangled mess of telephone and electrical cables along Sukhumvit Road.
Pattaya City Council member Banlue Kullavanijaya has resumed his war with the area’s utility companies, drafting city workers to pull down kilometers of unsightly, unused telephone lines.