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  1. A vindictive troll post has been removed
  2. Spelling grammar police post removed, also a this is not news troll post
  3. Soi Siam Country Club roadwork delayed indefinitely PATTAYA:-- The roadwork, detours and inconvenience from the reconstruction of Soi Siam Country Club is going to continue for the foreseeable future, as the project has been indefinitely delayed. Nongprue Mayor Mai Chai­yanit apologized to East Pattaya residents May 17, acknowledging that the schedule had slipped and construction halted. The project’s contract has been extended and no completion has been date set. Mai said due to flooding, heavy machinery cannot be used to lay new drainage tunnels and the road plans are facing changes. Until the alterations are approved, no work will occur. The most serious impact from the flooding was in the Rattanasin Market area at Soi Famiartkan were four-meter box culverts were to be installed in the middle of the road to counter flooding. The Nongprue Council is currently looking for a second contractor and the box culverts will be installed as soon as possible so that the original contractor can continue on with drainage pipes and other work. Read more:http://www.pattayamail.com/news/soi-siam-country-club-roadwork-delayed-indefinitely-175706 -- © Copyright Pattaya Mail 2017-05-26
  4. Pattaya begins electricity overhaul PATTAYA:-- Work on a 3-billion-baht overhaul of the Pattaya’ electrical system has begun, city business leaders were told. Speaking at the May 17 Pattaya Business & Tourism Association Meeting, PEA Pattaya manager Niruth Charoenchob said the utility currently is preparing for the massive construction job by building a new electric substation in the Chumsai neighborhood that can support the growth of the city over the next five years. The PEA is investing 11.7 billion baht to upgrade its infrastructure in Pattaya, Chiang Mai, Hat Yai and Nakhon Ratchasima by 2021. The Pattaya portion of that is 3.1 billion baht. As part of the project, 46 kilometers of overhead wiring will be moved below ground. The plan is to make the electricity supply more stable and reliable. Work has begun on Pattaya Center Road, starting from the entrance of Sukhumvit Road down to the Provincial Electricity Authority. One lane will be blocked off from May 1 to July 31. People are being advised to avoid this route, with PEA mailing out announcements and apologies for the inconvenience. Read more:http://www.pattayamail.com/news/pattaya-begins-electricity-overhaul-175702 -- © Copyright Pattaya Mail 2017-05-26
  5. Pattaya to monitor flood areas around-the-clock PATTAYA:-- Pattaya will monitor streets and drainage canals around-the-clock to keep on top of flooding during rainy season, Mayor Anan Cha­roen­chasri said. Anan met May 17 with city council members and department chiefs to discuss flood issues after the latest round of storms. Flooding damaged a number of properties and bogged down traffic. City workers were told to monitor streets, sewers and drainage canals 24 hours a day for the next several months and send immediate help to stricken residents. Meanwhile, engineers were instructed to continually dredge canals and drainage tunnels in and around the city. Read more:http://www.pattayamail.com/news/pattaya-monitor-flood-areas-around-clock-175704 -- © Copyright Pattaya Mail 2017-05-26
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  7. A couple of troll posts one all in caps has been removed, dont like the content of a topic, then move on to another that interests you more but do not leave your vitriolic post for others to read and for moderators to remove.
  8. A troll post has been removed, please help answer the OP questions if you can, if you cant please move on to another topic, thank you
  9. A spelling troll post has been removed: The ThaiVisa News Team gathers and disseminates news bulletins from Thai and International sources, and republishes them in the News Forums for our members' information and enjoyment. Our News Team works hard to bring quality content to the News Forums, and should be respected for their efforts. Comments such as "slow news day" or "clickbait headline" are neither respectful nor welcome on the forum, and will be considered as troll comments and removed and the offending poster warned and/or suspended accordingly. Except as otherwise indicated in the byline, news bulletins are reprinted verbatim from a mass media source which has given TV permission to use its feed. Original articles, especially in the Thai press, often have grammatical mistakes or misspellings. ThaiVisa is not responsible for these nor does ThaiVisa have the rights to alter content it is reprinting from another source. Similarly, ThaiVisa is not responsible for any opinions reflected or quoted in reprinted news stories.
  10. Multiple off topic posts that are hijacking the topic have been removed,
  11. Flame and a reply have been removed
  12. Multiple off topic posts and replies have been removed, topic is about: Patong is dead. Not fruit farmers