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  10. Complaint center meets with Pattaya communities PATTAYA:-- Representatives from Pattaya’s 42 neighborhoods got to vent their gripes about infrastructure, traffic and more at a meeting with the city’s complaint center. Center executive Chaiwat Klisanalom chaired the April 16 meet-up at Pattaya School No. 6 where he provided knowledge and advice on how to solve problems in local communities. He also noted issues that cannot be solved by the residents themselves. Hot topics included potholes, broken pavement, street lights, flooding, sewage and more. Also topping the list were public works projects undertaken by private contractors that missed their completion dates or abandoned before completion, leaving a dangerous, traffic-snarling mess in their place. Read more: http://www.pattayamail.com/news/complaint-center-meets-pattaya-communities-171951 -- © Copyright Pattaya Mail 2017-04-28
  11. Masseuses say Jomtien club has boosted business The majority of masseuses on Jomtien Beach are happy they united as a club, saying it ensures better service for customers and less problems for themselves. Last year the massage workers formed the Jomtien Beach Thai Massage Club to comply with Pattaya regulations and self-police the previously free-wheeling sector. Now on each zone on Jomtien, masseuses wear colored shirts and number to give confidence to tourists that their services are legitimate. The club holds monthly meetings to advise members on new rules and discuss problems encountered or discovered. Standard rates of 300 baht an hour are charged and members caught overcharging, stealing from customers or using drugs are suspended or expelled. Mai Wongin, a club board member, said that since establishment of the club, members can garner more trust from tourists. In the past, masseuses must walk around to find customers. Read more: http://www.pattayamail.com/news/masseuses-say-jomtien-club-boosted-business-171950 -- © Copyright Pattaya Mail 2017-04-28
  12. New offensive against rats begins on local beaches PATTAYA:--City officials and beach vendors campaigned to eliminate rats on Pattaya and Jomtien beaches in a renewed public-health push. Warunee Reuankaew, disease prevention chief, and Pattaya’s top lawyer, Sretapol Boonsawat, led the parade of volunteers, beach massage workers and public-health officers April 21. Together they handed out 70 rat traps and advised beach chair and umbrella sellers how to curb the vermin explosion. Read more:http://www.pattayamail.com/news/new-offensive-rats-begins-local-beaches-171938 -- © Copyright Pattaya Mail 2017-04-28
  13. Police seek driver who knocked out power in Nongprue PATTAYA:--Power, telephone and cable-television service were knocked out April 19 after the Bangkok-registered Toyota Altis crashed into the utility poles on Soi Nong Krabok opposite of Srisuk Villa. The car sustained critical damage, but the driver was nowhere to be found when police arrived. Witnesses said the car was speeding and driver apparently lost control, hitting one post. When it fell, it took down another. The car careened off the utility pole and hit a water pipe. The driver, they said, staggered out of the car and fled on foot. Source: http://www.pattayamail.com/news/police-seek-driver-knocked-power-nongprue-171968 -- © Copyright Pattaya Mail 2017-04-28
  14. Swede held in girlfriend’s condo-fall death PATTAYA:--A Swedish man was charged with fatal recklessness in the death of his girlfriend after she fell eight stories from a Pattaya condominium. Marcus Sten Tapio Karhapaa, 34, maintained that 23-year-old Thanawat Jittiwut, 24, slipped on a wet balcony and fell during an argument at their Pratamnak Hill home. If convicted, he faces 10 years in prison. The Kampaeng Phet native initially survived the fall, but was pronounced dead at Pattaya Hospital. Police said the couple had been together for four years, but had been arguing over Karhapaa allegedly having an affair with another woman. Investigators said their condo showed obviously signs of a heated fight. Read more: http://www.pattayamail.com/news/swede-held-girlfriends-condo-fall-death-171979 -- © Copyright Pattaya Mail 2017-04-28
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