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26 February 2011 :: 15:02:30 pm 50863

Chonburi Big Cleaning Day

In the spirit of improving the impression conveyed from government offices nation-wide, Mr. Wichit Chatphaisit Governor, Chon Buri, opened the event ‘Big Cleaning Day’ that is aimed at cleaning up Chon Buri Provincial Hall’s landscape.
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Chon Buri, 25th February 2011 [Pattaya Daily News]: In accordance with the Ministry of the Interior’s policy ordering every province to improve its landscape and to make it neat and tidy as a New Year’s gift to the population, Chon Buri province has assigned to the state enterprise offices and districts, including the other local organizations, the task of improving their offices’ landscape to make Chon Buri province look nicer today.

Mr. Phongsak Peechawit, Deputy Governor Chon Buri, stated that all departments’ officers in the Chon Buri Provincial Hall would be participating in the Big Cleaning Day activities.  Combined with clearing up inside and outside the office buildings and the paths to make them more beautiful, the institutions’ signs are being improved to make them more obvious including the officers’ names, functions and positions. That is the essential information needed by people coming into initial contact with them. Each institute and department will be required to make this an ongoing mission, updating regularly.

The Chon Buri Governor stated that the Big Cleaning Day had been ordered by the Interior Ministry requiring all province officials to adjust their offices’ landscapes, traffic routes and all public areas. He aroused officials to maintain interest in keeping their office’s landscape in a nice condition. The results will benefit personnel’s health as well as the orderly arrangement of documents. The most important benefit is to create and maintain a positive impression for people coming into contact with the provincial hall.

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Community News

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