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From poor to good: five years of progress on County Roads

Author: Dana Kazel on Jan 17 2017

Jim FoldesiSince 2012, St. Louis County Public Works has changed its approach to maintaining roads - increasing the overall investment and putting more emphasis on preserving roads in order to delay far more costly rebuilding projects. And it's paying off!

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From poor to good: five years of progress on County Roads

Jim FoldesiSince 2012, St. Louis County Public Works has changed its approach to maintaining roads - increasing the overall investment and putting more emphasis on preserving roads in order to delay far more costly rebuilding projects. And it's paying off!

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