Chonburi drug, behavioral and physical rehabilitation projects serviced almost 6,000 people in the past six months.
At a monthly meeting with local officials, Gov. Khomsan Ekachai heard that voluntary drug-rehabilitation programs accepted 2,877 individuals in the past half year. Behavioral rehabilitation programs, running nine days each, saw 2,340 registrants. A 15-day program was taken by 60 individuals. Health rehabilitation programs run by sub-districts served 477 people.
Officials also announced restoration plans for a fabric-weaving factory founded by Somdech Phra Phan Vasa Ayyika Chao, which was started under royal patronage to weave silk and cotton.
Chonburi Gov. Khomsan Ekachai leads the province’s monthly meeting with various heads of departments.
In routine business, the Highway Department announced construction plans for 2013-16; the Public Health Department updated officials on dengue fever prevention and the Land Development Department discussed reservoir construction.
Promotions and transfers were also announced, including Uthai Sangkhakjorn of Buriram being named Chonburi’s prosecutor.