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ATV Ordinance written with safety in mind

Author: Dana Kazel on Apr 18 2016

As the St. Louis County Board considers a draft ordinance that would allow all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) on County Roads, Public Works Director Jim Foldesi addresses concerns about safety.

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