Chawalit Saenguthai

About 300 Pattaya beach chair vendors were briefed on new operating rules and given basic training in responding to marine accidents. Chonburi Deputy Mayor Chawalit Saeng-Uthai, Maj. Gen. Nirandorn Samutsakorn of the 14th Military Circle, Pattaya Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh and Pattaya administrators led the Feb....
Military, provincial and local officials led newly reorganized beach vendors in a cleanup of Pattaya-area beaches. Maj. Gen. Nirandorn Samutsakorn, commander of 14th Military Circle in Chonburi, and Chonburi Deputy Gov. Chawalit Saeng-Uthai joined officials from Banglamung District, Pattaya City Hall and the Tourism Authority of...
Politicians and other influential public figures are claiming ownership of large swaths of Pattaya-area beaches, selling or renting out 49-sq.-meter patches of sand to beach chair vendors, Chonburi officials said.
Chonburi’s governor barred ferry operators from running trips after dark during the year-end holidays. Gov. Khomsan Ekachai issued the strict operating rules Dec. 25, preventing ferries from operating in any provincial waters from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. between Dec. 27 and Jan. 2. The order...
Chonburi has cleaned up a Banbung lot where chemicals and garbage were dumped illegally and issued an arrest warrant for the man believed responsible for the mess.
Lampang officials showed off goods from four northern provinces in hopes of landing contracts with Eastern Seaboard customers. Gov. Thawatchai Thierdpaothai, and the heads of the province’s chamber of commerce and Federal of Thai Industries chapter showcased products from Lampang, Chiang Mai, Lampoon, and Mae Hong...
Bureaucrats and political officials congratulated outgoing Banglamung District Chief Chawalit Saeng-Uthai as he took office as Chonburi’s new permanent secretary.
Pattaya-area residents began 2013 with early morning merit-making exercises, giving alms to monks in Pattaya and Naklua. Banglamung District Chief Chawalit Saeng-Uthai and Pattaya City Council members led New Year’s Day’s official alms offering, leading people in donating rice and dried food to monks at Lan...
Central Festival Pattaya Beach lit the tallest Christmas tree in the region to welcome the holiday and bid farewell to 2012. Banglamung District Chief Chawalit Saeng-Uthai and Pattaya Deputy Mayor Ronakit lit the 25-meter-tall tree with Central Pattana regional manager Sanran Tantijamnaj and other community leaders...

100 attend Village Scout training in Banglamung

Wednesday, 26 December 2012 10:41
More than 100 area Village Scouts were told to respect the monarchy and their neighbors during training in Banglamung. District Chief Chawalit Saeng-Uthai and Nongprue Deputy Mayor Suwach Rachatawattanakul opened the Dec. 14 session at Theppabut Temple.
Eighty-six Pattaya-area residents joined the monkhood to mark the start of HM the King’s 86th year at an ordination ceremony organized by the city for His Majesty’s birthday.
Nearly 50,000 cc of blood was collected at a blood drive organized in Banglamung to honor HM the King for his birthday. District Chief Chawalit Saeng-Uthai presided over the Dec. 12 blood drive at the Banglamung government office with his wife, Banglamung Red Cross head Nuanjan...
Yellow shirts, candles and song were the order of the day as thousands of Eastern Seaboard residents turned out to celebrate the 85th birthday of HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great.
Two teams of Chonburi youths will compete nationally for the To Be No. 1 Dancercise Championship after winning at regional semifinals held in Pattaya. The V-Star dance team from Pattaya School No. 8 won one of two qualifying spots in the Nov. 4 pre-teen competition, while...

Hundreds march against drugs in Pattaya

Thursday, 05 July 2012 10:46
Police, civic leaders, soldiers and students ducked rainclouds to walk together in a march against drugs in Pattaya.
Banglamung’s district chief urged business leaders to be the “eyes and ears” of police and public officials to curtail crime, especially those committed by the area’s increasingly infamous civil defense volunteers.
Banglamung officials, police, parents and monks congratulated more than 150 drug addicts for completing a nine-day camp where everyone hopes they were cured.
Banglamung officials donated 100,000 baht to the family of a Bangladesh man who died after being drugged and robbed by a prostitute.
Banglamung officials raided a Soi Buakaow home believed to be an illegal gambling den, arresting its caretaker and seizing more than 1 million baht in cash, weapons and electronics.
China’s ambassador suggested Pattaya officials erect signs in Chinese and train police officers to speak the language if they want to retain the trust of visitors from the mainland.
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