Urit Nantasurasak

SCG Chemical, fishermen sink artificial reefs

Wednesday, 18 February 2015 14:30
Naklua fishermen, government officials and representatives from SCG Chemical Co. continued work to rebuild local marine populations with the laying of “fish houses” in Pattaya-area waters.
Banglamung School raised more than 670,000 baht at a merit-making ceremony to raise funds to renovate a two-story conference hall. Pattaya City Council President Urit Nantasurasak lit candles as he presided over the Sept. 1 ceremony attended by students, teachers, public officials and community leaders.
Even though Thailand currently is without an elected government, Pattaya City Council wants the city’s students to understand the importance of democracy.
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.
Thousands of area residents and government officials filed into Pattaya City Hall to congratulate newly re-elected Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome and city council members.

Congratulations Pattaya Mail

Thursday, 19 July 2012 09:12
On Pattaya Mail Publishing Co.’s 19th anniversary, I wish for the newspaper to stay in Pattaya and prosper. Chanansa Sutthithamrongsawat, member of Pattaya City...
Students at Pattaya School No. 3 are learning the value of saving with the opening of a school bank sponsored by the Government Savings Bank.