APWA Reporter magazine

  • 08 2017

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  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Aug,p.0
  • President's Message, Aug,p.2
  • Strategic Planning: Enjoy the Journey, Aug,p.4
  • Technical Committee News, Aug,p.8
  • Council Corner, Aug,p.10
  • Inexpensive asset management, Aug,p.12
  • Payoff greater than sacrifice, Aug,p.14
  • Diversity Matters: Now more than ever, Aug,p.16
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Aug,p.20
  • Awards 2017, Aug,p.22
  • Don't miss these at PWX!, Aug,p.36
  • Four options to attend PWX, Aug,p.37
  • One-day passes available for PWX, Aug,p.38
  • Leading Pedestrian Interval: What are you doing with your five seconds?, Aug,p.39
  • Alien plant will destsroy your city, unless..., Aug,p.42
  • Asset management levels of service through the lends of a community, Aug,p.45
  • What we can learn about the resiliency of our infrastructure from recent disasters on the Canadian prairies, Aug,p.47
  • Empowering maintenance workers to lead innovation from the field, Aug,p.50
  • The new golden age of bicycling, Aug,p.53
  • Public relations and outreach for a major roadway project, Aug,p.54
  • Your entire city is an asset to be managed, Aug,p.57
  • Driving innovation with next-level professional development, Aug,p.60
  • Washington Insight, Aug,p.84
  • GAC Insight, Aug,p.86
  • Imagination to Innovation, Aug,p.88
  • International Idea Exchange, Aug,p.92
  • Out of sight, out of mind? Are abandoned utilities affecting you?, Aug,p.94
  • Pipeline failure documentation to minimize failures in the public rights-of-way, Aug,p.98
  • Why trenchless?, Aug,p.102
  • Ground to Cloud: Technology innovation improves safety and underground pipeline management, Aug,p.104
  • The City of Port St. Lucie's programmatic approach to asbestos cement pipe bursting, Aug,p.107
  • Dixon's Wastewater Treatment Plant: Meeting state requirements, Aug,p.112
  • Succession Planning: How one department did it, Aug,p.114
  • Advances in impervious surface mapping lead to fairer assessments, Aug,p.118
  • New quiet zone decreases train noise, improves safety in "Hub City" of Rochelle, Aug,p.122
  • New laboratory internship creates career path for chemistry students, Aug,p.128
  • Generate municipal revenue and create professional staff by certifying people and products, Aug,p.130
  • High polymer micro surfacing -- is more always better?, Aug,p.135
  • Ada County Highway District automates citizen service requests, Aug,p.138
  • A debris story: Hurricane Matthew, Aug,p.141
  • Connected vehicles and road weather, Aug,p.144
  • DeKalb County's Tracy Hutchinson breaks the proverbial glass ceiling, Aug,p.146
  • Installation of road plates, Aug,p.149