As riders paid more, top Metra execs got more pay

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" Documents obtained by the Tribune present a conflicting pattern at an agency where — while officials complained of budget deficits, declining revenue and rising costs to justify higher ticket prices — there appeared to be little belt-tightening at the top.

The documents show that there was also little oversight from the Metra board over decisions made by Pagano, who ran the agency for 20 years before he committed suicide May 7 by stepping in front of a Metra train."

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