Sunday, August 24, 2008

Municipal decisions from June 4 2008

Meeting number 42 from June 4 2008 with 14 TAO upgraded to subdistrict municipalities, all of them additionally got renamed to prevent duplicately named municipalities.
  • Udom Tham (เทศบาลตำบลอุดมธรรม), Krasang district, Buriram province, effective July 18 2008. The TAO was originally named Krasang (กระสัง) and was renamed together with the upgrade, as the central part of the subdistrict already forms a subdistrict municipality named Krasang. The TAO was created in 1996, covers 70.74 km², 17 villages and 11,014 citizen.
  • Thep Wongsa (เทศบาลตำบลเทพวงศา), Khemarat district, Ubon Ratchathani province, effective July 18 2008. The TAO was originally named Khemarat (เขมราฐ) and was renamed together with the upgrade, as the central part of the subdistrict already forms a subdistrict municipality named Khemarat. The TAO was created in 1996, covers 90.36 km², 17 villages and 10,460 citizen.
  • Ban Phran (เทศบาลตำบลบ้านพราน), Phran Kratai district, Kamphaeng Phet province, effective July 18 2008. The TAO was originally named Phran Kratai (พรานกระต่าย) and was renamed together with the upgrade, as the central part of the subdistrict already forms a subdistrict municipality named Phran Kratai. The TAO was created in 1996, covers 103.2 km², 12 villages and 6,710 citizen.
  • Pak Thong Chai (เทศบาลตำบลปักธงชัย), Pak Thong Chai district, Nakhon Ratchasima province, effective July 16 2008. The TAO was originally named Mueang Pak (เมืองปัก) and was renamed together with the upgrade, as the central part of the subdistrict already forms a subdistrict municipality named Mueang Pak. The TAO was created in 1996, covers 17.92 km², 7 villages and 4,304 citizen.
  • Luang Pho Khian (เทศบาลตำบลหลวงพ่อเขียน), Dong Charoen district, Phichit province, effective July 17 2008. The TAO was originally named Samnak Khun Nen (สำนักขุนเณร) and was renamed together with the upgrade, as the central part of the subdistrict already forms a subdistrict municipality named Samnak Khun Nen. The TAO was created in 1996, covers 33.49 km², 11 villages and 4,140 citizen.
  • Ao Phayun (เทศบาลตำบลอ่าวพะยูน), Pak Phayun district, Phatthalung province, effective July 24 2008. The TAO was originally named Pak Phayun (ปากพะยูน) and was renamed together with the upgrade, as the central part of the subdistrict already forms a subdistrict municipality named Pak Phayun. The TAO was created in 1996, covers 35.92 km², 6 villages and 4,424 citizen.
  • Khuan Sao Thong (เทศบาลตำบลควนเสาธง), Pak Phayun district, Phatthalung province, effective July 25 2008. The TAO was originally named Tamot (แม่ขรี) and was renamed together with the upgrade, as the central part of the subdistrict already forms a subdistrict municipality named Mae Khari. The TAO was created in 1996, covers 53.63 km², 11 villages and 6,807 citizen.
  • Nong Saeng (เทศบาลตำบลควนเสาธง), Wang Sam Mo district, Udon Thani province, effective July 18 2008. The TAO was originally named Wang Sam Mo (วังสามหมอ) and was renamed together with the upgrade, as the central part of the subdistrict already forms a subdistrict municipality named Wang Sam Mo. The TAO was created in 1996, covers 54 km², 10 villages and 4,951 citizen.
  • Ket Udom Sak (เทศบาลตำบลเขตอุดมศักดิ์), Sattahib district, Chonburi province, effective July 25 2008. The TAO was originally named Sattahib (สัตหีบ) and was renamed together with the upgrade, as the central part of the subdistrict already forms a subdistrict municipality named Sattahib. The TAO was created in 1996, covers 88.25 km², 9 villages and 52,283 citizen.
  • Klet Khaeo (เทศบาลตำบลเกล็ดแก้ว), Sattahib district, Chonburi province, effective July 25 2008. The TAO was originally named Bang Sare (บางเสร่) and was renamed together with the upgrade, as the central part of the subdistrict already forms a subdistrict municipality named Bang Sare. The TAO was created in 1996, covers 58 km², 7 villages and 7,376 citizen.
  • Phra That Pu Kam (เทศบาลตำบลพระธาตุปู่ก่ำ), Chiang Dao district, Chiang Mai province, effective July 18 2008. The TAO was originally named Mueang Ngai (เมืองงาย) and was renamed together with the upgrade, as the central part of the subdistrict already forms a subdistrict municipality named Mueang Ngai. The TAO was created in 1996, covers 159.86 km², 8 villages and 2,377 citizen.
  • Makham Mueang Mai (เทศบาลตำบลมะขามเมืองใหม่), Makham district, Chanthaburi province, effective July 25 2008. The TAO was originally named Makham (มะขาม) and was renamed together with the upgrade, as the central part of the subdistrict already forms a subdistrict municipality named Makham. The TAO was created in 1996, covers 50.75 km², 10 villages and 5,783 citizen.
  • Bueng Raman (เทศบาลตำบลบึงระมาณ), Bang Rakam district, Phitsanulok province, effective July 25 2008. The TAO was originally named Plak Raet (ปลักแรด) and was renamed together with the upgrade, as the central part of the subdistrict already forms a subdistrict municipality named Plak Raet. The TAO was created in 1996, covers 90.49 km², 10 villages and 4,301 citizen.
  • Pak Nam Tha Ruea (เทศบาลตำบลปากน้ำท่าเรือ), Mueang Ranong district, Ranong province, effective July 25 2008. The TAO was originally named Pak Nam (ปากน้ำ) and was renamed together with the upgrade, as the central part of the subdistrict already forms a subdistrict municipality named Pak Nam. The TAO was created in 1996, covers 22.80 km², 5 villages and 7,050 citizen.

Also, there have been 2 renaming of municipalities.
  • Mueang Det (เทศบาลเมืองเมืองเดช), Det Udom district, Ubon Ratchathani province renamed to Det Udom (เทศบาลเมืองเดชอุดม) to avoid confusion with the TAO Mueang Det.
  • Rang Wai (เทศบาลตำบลรางหวาย), Phanom Tuan district, Kanchanaburi province renamed to Talat Khet (เทศบาลตำบลตลาดเขต) as the more fitting name.

2 comments:

Jade said...

* Bueng Raman (เทศบาลตำบลบึงระมาณ), Bang Rakam district, Phitsanulok province, effective July 25 2008. The TAO was originally named Plak Raet (ปลักแรด) and was renamed together with the upgrade, as the central part of the subdistrict already forms a subdistrict municipality named Plak Raet. The TAO was created in 1996, covers 90.49 km², 10 villages and 4,301 citizen.
* Bueng Raman (เทศบาลตำบลบึงระมาณ), Mueang Ranong district, Ranong province, effective July 25 2008. The TAO was originally named Plak Raet (ปลักแรด) and was renamed together with the upgrade, as the central part of the subdistrict already forms a subdistrict municipality named Pak Nam. The TAO was created in 1996, covers 22.80 km², 5 villages and 7,050 citizen.

I guess there are some typos up there.

Andy said...

Thanks a lot for reading this long list so carefully, obviously I had copied the previous entry and forgot to exchange the names, it should be Pak Nam Tha Ruea. I have corrected the posting now.