- Tha Nam Oi (เทศบาลตำบลท่าน้ำอ้อย), Phayuha Khiri district, Nakhon Sawan province, renamed to Tha Nam Oi Muang Hak (เทศบาลตำบลท่าน้ำอ้อยม่วงหัก) [Gazette]. The municipality covers both of the subdistricts Tha Nam Oi and Muang Hak, but so far only one of the subdistricts was represented in its name.
- Ban Dan (เทศบาลตำบลบ้านด่าน), Phayuha Khiri district, Ubon Ratchathani province, renamed to Ban Dan Khon Chiam (เทศบาลตำบลบ้านด่านโขงเจียม) [Gazette]. The municipality covers parts of the subdistrict Khong Chiam, which was previously not represented in its name.
I haven't yet had the time to write up on two further municipal announcements from last Friday, changes in the boundaries of municipalities and TAO.
- Sai Noi (เทศบาลตำบลไทรน้อย), Sai Noi district, Nonthaburi province, gets enlarged by parts of Mu 1 of TAO Khlong Khwang (องค์การบริหารส่วนตำบลคลองขวาง) and parts of Mu 5 of TAO Sai Noi (องค์การบริหารส่วนตำบลไทรน้อย). The announcement is done in three parts, one for each local administrative unit affected [Thesaban, TAO Khlong Khwang, TAO Sai Noi]. Not sure of after the change those two Muban belong completely to the municipality - in that case it'd be interesting to know what happens with the elected councilors from these villages, are they allowed to stay in the council till their term ends, or do they have to vacate the no longer available seats directly?
- Chao Phraya Surasak (เทศบาลตำบลเจ้าพระยาสุรศักดิ์), Si Racha district, Chonburi province [Gazette]. There is however no corresponding announcement for any other local government unit with which area was swapped, and the latest boundary definition dates back to 1991, when the municipality was still the sanity district Ao Udom (สุขาภิบาลอ่าวอุดม). But the announcement from 1991, unlike most other area change announcements for sanitary districts, does not include a map.So this could also be just a new definition to clear up any inconsistencies or not fully clear definitions.