On Tuesday at Pattaya City Hall, Khun Banlue Kullawanit, a member of the Pattaya Council and Chairman of the Public Works and Utilities, chaired a meeting to organize the cable lines in Pattaya. The meeting was attended by Pattaya Councilmen, government officials and the private sector, plus related state enterprises. The meeting discussed the need to organize the communication grids in Pattaya, including the telephone lines, signal lines, cables, and joint electric wires. On Wednesday April 11, 2012 at 9am. -16.30pm, all sectors will have to check their cables in order to keep the cable. If there is no owner or user of a cable, this cable will be cut off. And if any division has more than 10 cables, they must bundle the cables together into one big cable, to reduce the number of cables and wires on the electric poles. This is also being done for the safety of the people and the traffic along Thepprasit Road going toward Jomtien’s Second Road.
The meeting also decided that the ad signboards, and any unstable or obstructing items on the footpath, or the road, by the railway track must be removed. Any advertisement more than 2 meters high should be at least 2 meters back from the roadside, and approval from the Pattaya Public Health and Environment Department is also required. Some of the signboards are in violation of these regulations, and these regs for installation must be accepted, including no advertising on the flyover, median strips, electric posts, the beach, along the railway track, and public areas. If any violations are discovered, please notify the Pattaya Public Health and Environment Department.
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