Pattaya City engineers needed to by force get rid of the metal awnings from in front of stores that were avoiding the setup of brand-new light-poles on Central Roadway.

Pattaya informed more than 50 shopowners to get rid of unlawful awnings crossing the width of the Central Roadway walkways that are avoiding the setup of brand-new light-poles.

Deputy Mayor Manote Nongyai and city engineers took a trip the length of Central Roadway Jan. 10 to encourage 51 companies to eliminate their awnings right away.

A 28-million-baht agreement to repave Central Roadway’s walkways and set up 150 brand-new light-poles ends in February and the professional is currently a year behind schedule.

To date, 90 poles have actually been set up, however the rest can not be put in till the awnings, which cover the whole walkway from the shop to street, need to be eliminated initially.

Manote stated that the mix of the awnings and the Provincial Electrical energy Administration’s earlier elimination of electrical energy poles has actually plunged Central Roadway into darkness after sundown, increasing the opportunities of street criminal activity.
Municipal government put spotlights in really dark put on Central Roadway till all the light-poles are set up.

The work to set up the light-poles can not be finished till the awnings, which cover the whole walkway from the shop to street are eliminated initially.

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