- Ban Kameng (บ้านกาเม็ง), Mu 1 of A-song subdistrict, Raman district, Yala province is renamed to Ban Kuemeng (บ้านกือเม็ง) [Gazette]. Interestingly, in the DOPA excel sheet this Muban is spelled Ban Kamaeng (บ้านกาแม็ง) instead.
- Ban Tha Kok Than (บ้านท่ากกทัน), Mu 1 of Khemarat subdistrict, Khemarat district, Ubon Ratchathani province is renamed to Ban Nuea (บ้านเหนือ) [Gazette].
- Ban Dong Chaphlu (บ้านดงชะพลู), Mu 5 of Bang Mafo subdistrict, Krok Phra district, Nakhon Sawan and Ban Noen Wiang (บ้านเนินเวียง), Mu 6 exchange their names [Gazette]. The website of the TAO already had the villages with their new names some month ago when I looked though it first, and since it contradicted with the Gazette announcement on the creation of Mu 6 I wondered at that time how comes the TAO has a mistake in their village list. Maybe the same happened in an earlier case where I noticed two villages having changed their names (or numbers).
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Another four Muban renamed
Another four villages were renamed by three announcements in the Royal Gazette on February 11.