City still unable to find enough suitable sand
Reconstruction of Pattaya Beach has been postponed indefinitely after the city again was unable to procure sand to refill and expand the shoreline.
Deputy Mayor Verawat Khakhay said Sept. 3 that the 429.1 million baht project to build...
Business group briefed on higher waste-treatment fees
The head of Pattaya’s leading business association said he wants to see jet skis outlawed in the city, but will agree to give honest vendors one last chance to reign in those engaging in fraud and extortion.
Thailand’s Ministry of Labor is joining with Pattaya’s Father Ray Foundation to host a July conference to encourage the hiring of disabled people in Asia.
The July 8-10 Workability Asia Conference 2015 will be held at the Hilton Pattaya with a goal to honor and continue...
The Pattaya Business & Tourism Association urged members to promote water conservation as a key city reservoir dries up.
President Sinchai Wattanasartsathorn noted that the Mabprachan Reservoir was running dangerously low due to a dryer than normal rainy season. While Pattaya gets water from numerous sources,...
Rainy season will be nearly over, but water should flow much more freely in a key Naklua drainage canal once workers finish dredging it Oct. 26.
Deputy Mayor Verawat Khakhay and city engineers went to the canal near the Jake Houy football stadium Aug. 21 to...
City workers cleared a key drainage canal in South Pattaya to improve flood control during the heaviest part of rainy season.
Deputy Mayor Verawat Khakhay led the team of workers with a backhoe and other tools to the top of South Pattaya canal near the Camelot...
Leaders of four more Pattaya communities lined up to air grievances over messy utility lines, broken lights, litter and flooding at the latest at Center for Resolution of Complaints forum on improving living conditions.
Two weeks after discovering that 25 large commercial buildings near Walking Street were encroaching on the South Pattaya storm-drainage canal, Pattaya officials say only a few landowners remain as obstacles to clearing the flood-control waterway.
Contractors have begun connecting underground drainage pipes around the Mae La-Or Market with a new wastewater-treatment plant in Jomtien Beach and Pattaya officials are predicting the work will be on-time and problem-free.
Two weeks after carrying through on threats to tear down structures illegally blocking the South Pattaya storm-drainage canal, city workers have removed half the obstacles and expect to clear the entire property by the end of May.