Vol. X No.4 - February 9 - February 22, 2011



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HEADLINES [click on headline to view story]:

Billboard pollution

Anti noise at Think Park

Smog season

 

Billboard pollution

Dear Editor
I read in the Chiangmai Mail, that some people started an anti-noise campaign. Excellent, I support that.
My suggestion is to start simultaneously an anti- billboard campaign because of the horizon pollution of the so-called Rose of the North.
Nick


Anti noise at Think Park

Dear Editor:
Dear anti noise campaigner,
Yesterday Think Park was at it again and the racket will continue today and then Saturday it will start all over again. How much longer are people going to put up with this blatant intrusion into their lives?
We are now starting a serious campaign. At the next event we will be present and we invite the local and national press. If they can make a noise, then so can we. We will have a planning meeting soon. [email protected]
Signed
Stop the Noise
 

 

Smog season

Dear Editor
We all await with dread the upcoming smog season. I am only hoping that the rains we have had this year will keep it to a minimum since last year was so absolutely terrible. And while I realize that most of this burning takes place outside the city of Chiang Mai, among the fields and hills, surely people in the city must realize that they contribute to the problem?

My neighbor regularly burns, not just leaves but also his plastic rubbish, filling the neighborhood with the stink of burning plastic. I understand the city is working hard to stop this problem so is there a number I can call to report burning?
Signed
Singed in Chiang Mai



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