APWA Reporter magazine

  • 09 2011

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  • President' Message, Sep,p.2
  • Washington Insight, Sep,p.8
  • Technical Committee News, Sep,p.12
  • Career path for aspiring public works executives -- Donald C. Stone Center, Sep,p.13
  • Now Trending: What 767 APWA members said about managing federally-declared disasters, Sep,p.14
  • Awards 2011, Sep,p.18
  • Four options to attend Congress, Sep,p.29
  • Don't miss these at Congress!, Sep,p.30
  • One-day passes available for Congress, Sep,p.31
  • East Manawa porous asphalt paving, Sep,p.36
  • Breaking the Mold... Out of the Box... Whatever!, Sep,p.38
  • Multifunctional landscape medians work for Cleveland, Tennessee, Sep,p.42
  • Funding your clean vehicle fleet, Sep,p.44
  • New alternatives for calculating Parks and Recreation Levels of Service, Sep,p.46
  • Are you practicing public participation or public relations? It matters!, Sep,p.50
  • Green Roofs in the Semi-Arid and Arid West, Sep,p.52
  • Enhancing water infrastructure security and emergency preparedness for all hazards, Sep,p.56
  • Partnerships to provide sustainable sportfields, Sep,p.60
  • Stable Infrastructure for the Road to Excellence, Sep,p.64
  • International Idea Exchange, Sep,p.68
  • Research, Sep,p.74
  • Agents of Change: How keyhole technology became a standard in the Valley of the Sun, Sep,p.76
  • Innovations in right-of-way management, Sep,p.80
  • Leveraging consumer technologies for utility operations, Sep,p.82
  • What is a Right-of-Way?, Sep,p.84
  • Georgia Utilities Coordinating Council, Sep,p.86
  • City of Sedona: Citywide right-of-way permits, Sep,p.88
  • Reducing damages through the use of Subsurface Utility Engineering, Sep,p.90
  • Small Town SUE, Sep,p.94
  • Burien's innovation makes cents, Sep,p.98
  • A scale model of the Golden Gate Bridge for visitors to enjoy, Sep,p.108
  • Evaluating solar options, Sep,p.110
  • States are turning to partial-depth repair as a long-lasting, affordable repair, Sep,p.112
  • Are you motivated?, Sep,p.115
  • Innovative and cost-effective: tracking traffic signal parts using RFID, Sep,p.116
  • A costless way to gain management efficiency, Sep,p.120
  • Do you know what's really going on in your fleet?, Sep,p.124
  • Construction Best Practices, Sep,p.126
  • Drilling and underwater inspection of the Hurricane Deck Bridge, Sep,p.128
  • Pierce County Public Works and Utilities Employee Wellness Challenge, Sep,p.130
  • FEMA Resource Typing and Credentialing Guidance from the Public Works Working Group, Sep,p.132
  • The positive side of a down economy, Sep,p.135
  • Future of water on public display at San Diego's Water Purification Demonstration Project, Sep,p.136
  • Connected Vehicles: How wireless vehicle communication will revolutionize highway safety, Sep,p.138