Pattaya Daily News

04 June 2010 :: 14:06:18 pm 23821

Pattaya Beach Road Improvements Revealed in PR Release

The Pattaya City Hall recently made a public announcement via the press on a range of issues including the introduction of a new citizen ID or ‘Smartcard’, Pattaya Beach Road maintenance and the commencement of a Disabled Charity drive in the city.
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Pattaya, the 4th of June 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: The upcoming introduction of a new ‘Smartcard’ to all Thai citizens has prompted the Pattaya City office to temporarily stop issuing new versions of the existing ID cards. Citizens that require a new card are advised to bring 2 passport photo’s to the office where they will be issued with a temporary card until the ‘Smartcard’ technology has been purchased by the Ministry of Information & Communication.

For more information regarding the issuing of ID cards resident are urged to contact Pattaya City office on 038-253100 ext. 3134, 3135 or the Pattaya City Call Center for afterhour’s service on 1337.

Also announced at the conference was the commencement of the erection of decorations along with hedge and tree cutting on Pattaya’s Beach Road. The process, expected to run between the 31st of May and the 11th of June may affect tourists and residents travelling along the road between the hours of 8:00am and 3:00pm. Pattaya City Hall apologised for any inconvenience that may be created by the necessary maintenance program.

Finally, Pattaya City Hall encourages residents and tourists to donate much needed funds, clothes and household items (new & used) to the Federal Association of the Disabled in Thailand. The underfunded and ill-equipped association is currently providing much needed career training to the disabled and assisting them in job placement. For more information on how to provide a donation contact the Pattaya City Call Center on 1337.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Internet   Category : Community News

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