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PAGEDALE, MO (KTVI)-- MoDOT is trying to get a tax hike saying they are running out of money for new road projects.

The agency says in 3 or 4 years they may not be undertake any new project because there's just no money.

At least seven St. Charles County MoDOT projects are on the chopping blocks, projects MoDOT had proposed to do that may now be scrapped.

But on You Paid For It investigator Elliott Davis looks into St. Louis officials spending millions of tax dollars on non essential items over the years. In particular, enhancement projects taxpayers could have done without.

A colorful encounter when Elliott goes to the North County city of Pagedale that spent $656,000 of your federal dollars on a dubious deal.

1 Comment

  • Leroy

    Why are you asking Pagedale about how they spend their money? MoDOT is the one that is running out of money. Should Pagedale use their money set aside for beautification projects to build roads in St. Charles?
    This is a non-story.

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