Pakorn Sukhonthachat

Pattaya officials continued work on the city’s development plans for the next three, five and 10 years. City Manager Pakorn Sukhonthachat chaired a May 14 meeting organized to take comments from internal city departments on public-development projects to compile into the plans that later will be...
About 2,500 Pattaya civil servants and their families were vaccinated to protect them during the coming flu season. Permanent Secretary Pakorn Sukhonthachat presided over the Sept. 24 inoculation event at city hall.
Preparations are complete for the annual Burapha Bike Week as it prepares to roll again into the National Indoor Sports Stadium in Jomtien Beach Feb. 14-15.
Burapha Bike Week returns to the National Indoor Sports Stadium in Jomtien Beach Feb. 14-15, a year after organizers and Pattaya officials moved the biker event to the less congested Silverlake Vineyard.

90-day traffic crackdown begins Nov. 1

Wednesday, 30 October 2013 16:49
Pattaya police are promising again to crack down on traffic-law violators - at least for a few months - and are getting new equipment from city hall to make it happen.
Pattaya is spending 21 million baht to create a market for locally made goods on Walking Street. Permanent Secretary Pakorn Sukhonthachat toured the South Pattaya construction site Nov. 15 with Walking Street community chief Sunthorn Kangsirikul.

Pattaya tunnel planning to take another 3 months

Wednesday, 21 November 2012 15:35
Consultants planning the construction of subterranean bypass tunnels in north and central Pattaya will spend another three months studying traffic and environmental issues before presenting their final designs to the city.
Pattaya officials are preparing for a visit from a Chinese tour company that could bring as many as 10,000 mainland visitors to the city through Nov. 20.
Pattaya’s permanent secretary handed over more of the city’s 159.4 million baht budget to upgrade underground pipelines in hopes of resolving long-running water-distribution problems.

Pattaya Elderly Club cerebrates Mother’s Day

Wednesday, 22 August 2012 15:06
The Pattaya Elderly Club commemorated the 80th birthday of HM the Queen with a traditional religious ceremony.
Pattaya officials plan to call yet another meeting with jet ski operators to try and resolve the embarrassing, long-running stream of scams and rip-offs marring the city’s image.

Health businesses urged to seek certification

Wednesday, 01 August 2012 14:38
Chonburi’s Public Health Department is urging the province’s health-industry businesses to apply for official certification as part of its push to make Thailand a center for health-related tourism by 2014.
Thousands of area residents and government officials filed into Pattaya City Hall to congratulate newly re-elected Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome and city council members.

Mayor, city council officially take office

Wednesday, 18 July 2012 15:35
Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome and 24 newly elected members of the Pattaya City Council officially took office at the first council meeting of their new term, with Chonburi Gov. Khomsan Ekachai on hand to offer congratulations.

100 graduate weekend language course

Wednesday, 04 July 2012 15:40
More than 100 students earned diplomas in Pattaya’s latest weekend language course.

City prepares for Buddhist Lent celebration

Wednesday, 27 June 2012 14:57
Pattaya officials have begun preparations for this year’s Buddhist Lent commemorations, planning for the latest editions of the traditional candle contest and parade.
Pattaya’s permanent secretary brought doctors and social workers to check on a former city civil defense volunteer paralyzed in a car accident.
Police and social-welfare officials updated Pattaya’s permanent secretary on efforts to keep homeless people off city streets.
Central Festival Pattaya Beach and Banglamung Vocational College have joined forces to renovate toilets and beautify landscapes on temple grounds across the region.
Pattaya residents will go to the polls June 17 to elect a new mayor and city council in elections that now split the city into four districts.
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