Mayor Poramet Ngampichet talks to locals of the Wat Thamsamakee Temple neighborhood who are opposed to constructing an overpass on South Pattaya Roadway.

Pattaya authorities checked out 3 communities to hear locals’ viewpoints on how finest to establish the city.

Mayor Poramet Ngampichet, his deputies, city board members and department heads held public online forums in the Wat Thamsamakee Temple, Pattaya Soi 6 (Yodsak) and at Lan Po in Naklua neighborhoods Jan. 26.

At Wat Thamsamakee, authorities surveyed residents about concerns surrounding building of an overpass in South Pattaya. On Soi 6, the subject was parking policies and why company owner can obstruct off their parking areas. And in Naklua, market company and a brand-new parking lot were the topics of the day.

The objective of the gos to was to offer the general public more involvement in resolving issues in their neighborhoods and specify standards to establish their communities while informing them to comprehend democracy by continually arranging public hearings.

The municipal government’s objective is to hold hearings in all 42 Pattaya neighborhoods over the coming months.

Homeowners of Pattaya Soi 6 (Yodsak) collect to go over how to avoid company owner from obstructing off parking areas on the general public roadway in front of their facilities.

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