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Pattaya preps sewers for rainy season

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Pattaya preps sewers for rainy season

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PATTAYA:--Pattaya workers cleaned up sewers and sucked out drainage pipes to prepare for rainy season.

 

A box culvert was laid on the east side of the railway-parallel road at Soi Nong Krabok, a sidewalk sewer cover leveled on Thepprasit Soi 11, and pipes dredged under Second Road from Central Road to the Dolphin Roundabout.

 

Clogged pipes on Pratamnak Soi 4, Walking Street and Sukhumvit Road in front of the Father Ray Foundation were unclogged.

 

Workers also repaired a leaking water pipe on Soi Kasetsin and drain covers replaced on Jomtien Soi 5, Jomtien Beach Road and Thepprasit Soi 7.

 

-- PATTAYA MAIL 2019-05-22--

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5 hours ago, mikebell said:

Any improvement to Kao Talo & Kao Noi planned?

I've started to buy my cars according to the highest clearance from the floods.

SOP in Thailand, where there wont be any floods...next year

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I drove up Khao Noi this morning and saw the result of some of their hard work.

Plan B needed

 

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Oh, sewer crackdown-gonna have to work a couple of days 

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  Yet another article trumpeting workers doing their routine jobs.  

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Nice to see state of the art facilities in action they defiantly look world class in keeping with the resort🤔

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8 hours ago, mok199 said:

last nights short thunderstorm,yet more damage and erosion on our 800.000.000 bt beach.....Just blame the rain again...

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At least they are at the number one spot for inland erosion 🤔

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17 hours ago, mok199 said:

last nights short thunderstorm,yet more damage and erosion on our 800.000.000 bt beach.....Just blame the rain again...

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That’s only top sand. The sub-structure (1500kilo bags) remains sound.

doesn’t take long to replace it. Only took a few days when we had the big storm a month ago. 😎

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