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Phanoen Thung road work.. :(

05 Jul 2017 19:32 #4479 by Geoff Potter
Replied by Geoff Potter on topic Phanoen Thung road work.. :(
I think an open letter from all of us would be in order, shall we start collecting signatures? I would be happy to get it translated into Thai. Any suggestions as too the content?

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06 Jul 2017 10:49 #4481 by Robby L
Replied by Robby L on topic Phanoen Thung road work.. :(
May also be a idea to have a word with some of the song tau lot as a paved road would probably affect their business.

RIP 2018 - Robby will always be remembered for his sharing of his trips and knowledge. Missed by all.

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06 Jul 2017 10:50 #4482 by rushenb
Replied by rushenb on topic Phanoen Thung road work.. :(
I am ok writing articles, but I don't have much experience of formal letters wouldn't feel confident composing one. However, I will gladly put my signature.

I think it is good to have a letter ready, but we don't necessarily have to send it until we have a clear confirmation the road construction will start.

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13 Nov 2017 15:48 - 13 Nov 2017 15:49 #4692 by WT admin
Replied by WT admin on topic Phanoen Thung road work.. :(
UPDATE FROM ADMIN

These road works did not go ahead, due to technical reasons, in 2017 and the park roads are open as normal.

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