Pattaya citizens offered calendars and promises for a better year ahead

Government officials distribute calendars and New Year’s greetings to their constituents.

Just as the people of Pattaya resigned themselves to the idea that time had stood still and the forecast for 2022 would be just as gloomy and grim as in previous years, the merry men of the town hall arrived carrying gifts. to brighten the lives of their constituents and give them hope for a better year to come.

The Pattaya City Task Force included Banjong Banthoonprayuk and Jirawat Sukjai, representatives of Nakorn Phonlookin, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Administrative Organization of Chonburi Province. Together, they toured the communities of Soi Buakhao, the Great Icehouse and Soi Tangmo on December 29, greeting citizens and handing out 2022 calendars adorned with the portrait of Their Majesties the King and Queen of Thailand.

On their goodwill tours, they listened with concern to the unrest plaguing citizens, which was of course primarily the subject of Covid-19 and the state of their financial collapse.

Another major complaint was the relentless digging and repairing of roads in their communities. They demanded that the work be done quickly so that their communities can resume their normal, peaceful and safe lives.

City officials have promised to comply with the needs of the population as quickly as possible.

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