Maryland Heights TIF Commission to vote on flood plan Friday

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MAYLAND HEIGHTS, Mo. – The city of Maryland Heights has a plan to fix flooding from run-off water.

As a result of massive flooding last summer, high water closed parts of the Maryland Heights Expressway.  Officials say the city needs a system of storm pumps and levees to protect 2,000  acres.

The Maryland Heights TIF Commission is scheduled to meet Friday whether to spend $151 million in tax incentives on flood plans.

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