Khomsan Ekachai

Mobile Chonburi government serves Ban Bung

Wednesday, 26 August 2015 14:34
Chonburi reached out to disadvantaged residents of Ban Bung District, offering a welcoming ear and a host of services to solve problems and make life easier.
Chonburi’s top two public officials were among 1,000 people who strapped on helmets for a practice run of the local route for Sunday’s national Bike for Mom cycling event.
The Eastern Seaboard marked the 63rd birthday of HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn with prayers and wishes for a long life. In the Pattaya area, Nongprue Deputy Mayor Eneak Pattana-ngam led more than 150 civil servants, local officials, teachers, students and residents at the sub-district’s office...
Samae San has opened a new Migrant Children’s Center to care for kids whose Burmese parents work on local fishing boats. Mayor Prasert Pitakkorn welcomed Chonburi Gov. Khomsan Ekachai and other officials to the opening of the 32-sq.-meter facility in Nong Nam Kem June 16.
Chonburi’s governor kicked off the annual Sriracha Pineapple Consumption campaign, organized every year to promote the product of more than 19,000 rai in the province. Activities and exhibitions were held June 5 to showcase the technology and productions of pineapple.
Chonburi’s governor joined top area politicians to help Nong Nooch Tropical Garden celebrate its gold-medal victory at Britain’s Chelsea Flower Show. Gov. Khomsan Ekachai was welcomed to the Najomtien tourist attraction for the May 29 party by park director Kampol Tansajja, along with Deputy Gov. Chawalit...
Chonburi Gov. Khomsan Ekachai has told Pattaya officials to investigate reports of raw sewage being released into the sea. Signs of polluted effluent have been seen in the Kratinglai area, but also at the far southern end of Pattaya Beach near Walking Street. A survey of...

Education ministers welcomed to Pattaya

Wednesday, 13 May 2015 13:05
Before education ministers from 11 Southeast Asian countries got down to business at their annual council meeting, they enjoyed a party where local officials introduced them to Pattaya.
Pattaya-area residents and businesses raised 4 million baht to donate to victims of the calamitous earthquake in Nepal. Chonburi Gov. Khomsan Ekachai accepted the funds from Banglamung District Chief Chakorn Kanchawattana May 6 as part of the province-wide campaign to help those affected by the 7.9-magnitude...

Chonburi marks King Naresuan Day

Wednesday, 29 April 2015 14:31
Gov. Khomsan Ekachai laid wreaths and lit candles at the city’s King Naresuan Monument as Thailand marked the anniversary of the death of the fabled king who defeated the Burmese on the back of an elephant.
The Chonburi Red Cross again opened the doors of its Matcha Charity Shop, which is collecting donations of cash and merchandise to hand out to the poor during Songkran.
Chonburi honored HM the King as the “Father of Thai Craft Standards” with a March 2 ceremony at Chalermprakiet Pavilion. The Cabinet on Feb. 17 endorsed a Ministry of Labor proposal to confer upon His Majesty the title “Father of Thai Craft Standards” in recognition of...
Chonburi officials brought the government to the people in Sattahip to make life a bit more convenient and a bit less expensive. Gov. Khomsan Ekachai presided over the Feb. 24 outreach at Khongdara Temple.
Chonburi Gov. Khomsan Ekachai ordered Pattaya officials to employ more people to keep city beaches clean and closely monitor prices as the province continues to ensure the success of its beach-chair vendor reorganization.

Chonburi marks 61 years of defense volunteerism

Wednesday, 18 February 2015 14:35
Chonburi observed the 61st anniversary of Thailand’s Volunteer Defense Corps with awards, scholarships and gifts to local officers. Gov. Khomsan Ekachai led the Feb. 10 ceremony at Chonburi Volunteer Defense Corps headquarters in Plasroi Sub-district.
Chonburi will plant 100 rai of mangrove trees to offset environmental damage inflicted by construction of a 17-kilometre elevated highway between Muang District’s Ban Suan and Ang Sila sub-districts.

Chonburi prepares for Chinese New Year fires

Wednesday, 04 February 2015 14:23
Fire prevention for Chinese New Year, vaccinations and dates of upcoming festivals topped the agenda at Chonburi’s monthly heads of civil service meeting. Gov. Khomsan Ekachai chaired the Jan. 29 session attended by provincial administrators, district chiefs, mayors and the public. The meeting was aired on...
Local government officials and police met with hotel operators and business owners to outline ways Pattaya is trying to make the area safer for tourists. Banglamung District Chief Sakchai Taengho chaired the “Improve the Intensity of Local Tourism Safety” forum Oct. 13. The event was organized...
Chonburi marked the 146th anniversary of the death of King Rama IV, who ruled Thailand for 17 years in the 19th century. Gov. Khomsan Ekachai led the Oct. 1 ceremony with police, soldiers, civil servants and students.
About 1,500 medical personnel from across Thailand listened to ideas on healthcare reform and improving service to patients at the Public Health Ministry’s annual conference in Pattaya.
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