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Listed in this index are all articles published in the APWA Reporter during 2013. They are categorized by subject, with subject headings in alphabetical order.

  • President's Message, Jan, p. 2
  • Washington Insight, Jan, p. 4
  • Technical Committee News, Jan, p. 8
  • Adult learning and journaling (Donald C. Stone Center), Jan, p. 10
  • Chicago on the cheap: pizza served deep, Jan, p. 12
  • Public Works Project of the Year Award, Jan, p. 14
  • The art of helping, Jan, p. 15
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Jan, p. 16
  • Index to 2012 articles, Jan, p. 18
  • Core Competencies for a Public Works Leader, Jan, p. 26
  • Global Solutions in Public Works, Jan, p. 28
  • Applied Public Works Research, Jan, p. 34
  • Dirty Work: A training exercise in emergency management, Jan, p. 38
  • Get ready: NIMS-compliant training for public works, Jan, p. 41
  • Local multi-hazard mitigation planning and the public works professional, Jan, p. 44
  • North Carolina conference places focus on the role of public works in emergency management, Jan, p. 46
  • Integrating public works into emergency management, Jan, p. 48
  • So you think you're prepared, Jan, p. 50
  • Public Works directs Endeavour Shuttle debut in L.A., Jan, p. 52
  • IAEM's Certification Program: the ultimate credential in emergency management, Jan, p. 56
  • City of Beloit Department of Public Works Hazmat Team, Jan, p. 58
  • Ask Ann, Jan, p. 62
  • President's Message, Feb, p. 2
  • Washington Insight, Feb, p. 4
  • Call for nominations to APWA Board issued, Feb, p. 6
  • Charlotte welcomes the Show for Snow, Feb, p. 8
  • Technical Committee News, Feb, p. 11
  • A look back and a look forward with the Donald C. Stone Center, Feb, p. 12
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Feb, p. 13
  • Diversity is making the news; is it making it into your conversations at work?, Feb, p. 14
  • Chicago on the cheap: Bootleggers, Blues and Batman, Feb, p. 16
  • Options to maintain your historic cemeteries and keep them a valuable asset for your community, Feb, p. 18
  • The art of snow removal, Feb, p. 20
  • Core Competencies for a Public Works Leader, Feb, p. 22
  • Global Solutions in Public Works, Feb, p. 26
  • The role of public works in stormwater quality, Feb, p. 28
  • Future-proofing our utilities by reestablishing the human connection to water, Feb, p. 32
  • Stormwater quality and quantity solutions: green infrastructure and best management practices, Feb, p. 38
  • Tracking Hotspots: Using ArcGIS to improve Mooresville's sanitary sewer system, Feb, p. 42
  • How to turn federal mandates into community amenities, Feb, p. 46
  • Tampa Bay Estuary "Road to Recovery", Feb, p. 50
  • Dam Removal Project: A new beginning for the Carmel River, Feb, p. 54
  • The promise of integrated planning, Feb, p. 58
  • EPA's Integrated Planning Framework: A common sense step forward, Feb, p. 60
  • You're standing on it! Coal-tar-based pavement sealcoat and environmental and human health, Feb, p. 64
  • Main Terrain features stormwater management system beneficial to the Tennessee River community, Feb, p. 68
  • Society of Wetlands Scientists: A broad knowledge base to tap for NPDES compliance, Feb, p. 70
  • Storage vs. Separation: Portland's approach to CSOs, Feb, p. 72
  • How water utilities can improve preparedness planning, Feb, p. 75
  • Ask Ann, Feb, p. 76
  • President's Message, Mar, p. 2
  • Washington Insight, Mar, p. 4
  • It's all about the people, Mar, p. 6
  • Making a list and checking it twice Donald C. Stone Center checklists, Mar, p. 9
  • Remembering Bob Esterbrooks, Mar, p. 12
  • Workplace Diversity: What is your measuring stick?, Mar, p. 14
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Mar, p. 15
  • Technical Committee News, Mar, p. 16
  • Proof: Training saves budget, Mar, p. 18
  • Chicago on the cheap: TV Dinners, Mar, p. 20
  • Core Competencies for a Public Works Leader, Mar, p. 24
  • Global Solutions in Public Works, Mar, p. 28
  • Trash trucks used for snowfighting, Mar, p. 36
  • Building support for a better alternative, Mar, p. 40
  • What is Zero Waste and why isn't everyone doing it already?, Mar, p. 42
  • Bird strikes and the public works solid waste professional, Mar, p. 44
  • City of Phoenix multi-family recycling efforts, Mar, p. 46
  • Keep waste where it belongs: storage solutions for municipal solid waste, Mar, p. 48
  • Ask Ann, Mar, p. 50
  • President's Message, Apr, p. 2
  • Washington Insight, Apr, p. 4
  • Technical Committee News, Apr, p. 6
  • Excellence in Snow and Ice Control Award, Apr, p. 8
  • Charlotte in pictures, Apr, p. 10
  • Make plans now to attend the 2013 Sustainability in Public Works Conference, May 13-15, San Diego, California, Apr, p. 12
  • Chicago on the cheap: in the Land of Lincoln, politics and presidents are a Windy City tradition, Apr, p. 14
  • The new CTA Yellow Line Station in downtown Skokie, Apr, p. 16
  • Creating a diverse working relationship, Apr, p. 20
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Apr, p. 21
  • Core Competencies for a Public Works Leader, Apr, p. 22
  • Global Solutions in Public Works, Apr, p. 24
  • Native plants vs. turf lawn: sustainability made profitable, Apr, p. 30
  • Landscape irrigation and green/sustainable development, Apr, p. 34
  • Dog Parks: A catalyst to a community, Apr, p. 36
  • M is for... Moisture, Mold and Flapjacks???, Apr, p. 38
  • Urban Forestry builds bridges in Chattanooga, Apr, p. 40
  • Slabjacking sidewalks saves trees and cash, Apr, p. 42
  • Energy savings saves $$ for your agency's budget, Apr, p. 44
  • Get the green light for the building you know you need, Apr, p. 46
  • The new green infrastructure you already own, Apr, p. 50
  • U.S. cities showing leadership in energy efficiency as part of DOE's Better Buildings Challenge, Apr, p. 52
  • The Sustainable Urban Forest: You can get there from here, Apr, p. 54
  • Automated garages and how they could transform the parking industry, Apr, p. 56
  • ADA sidewalk transition planning for small agencies: Pasco, Washington experience, Apr, p. 60
  • Ask Ann, Apr, p. 98
  • President's Message, May, p. 2
  • Washington Insight, May, p. 4
  • Technical Committee News, May, p. 6
  • 2013 Membership Summit and Chapter Leadership Training provides a little magic, May, p. 8
  • The power of partnerships: CPWA leverages partnerships to amplify the voice of public works, May, p. 10
  • Chicago on the cheap: let's make a deal, May, p. 14
  • What you can do for National Public Works Week, May, p. 16
  • APWA's Donald C. Stone Center: All the pieces and parts work together, May, p. 20
  • Ways small cities/rural communities can attract competitive bids, May, p. 22
  • Is there a glass ceiling?, May, p. 24
  • Why I belong to the Public Works Historical Society, May, p. 26
  • Recognize Your Leaders, May, p. 28
  • 2013 Top Ten Public Works Leaders named, May, p. 30
  • Core Competencies for a Public Works Leader, May, p. 36
  • Global Solutions in Public Works, May, p. 40
  • A new focus: the Center of Sustainability adopts a new Strategic Plan, May, p. 42
  • Envision -- The tool that creates confidence, May, p. 44
  • ENV SP: the only accreditation I will ever have, May, p. 46
  • Sustainability means business in Columbia, South Carolina, May, p. 48
  • The sustainability-technology convergence, May, p. 50
  • Sustainable Practice: Pavement restoration featuring a hot-in-place recycling segment, May, p. 52
  • Ask Ann, May, p. 54
  • President's Message, Jun, p. 2
  • Washington Insight, Jun, p. 4
  • Technical Committee News, Jun, p. 8
  • Technical Committee News, Jun, p. 10
  • Chicago on the cheap: Yes, Mother, all roads really do lead to Chicago, Jun, p. 12
  • The Donald C. Stone Center on critical thinking, Jun, p. 14
  • EnviroShare: A County-wide Environmental Management Solution, Jun, p. 16
  • Diversity events at the 2013 Congress in Chicago, Jun, p. 20
  • The Public Works Historical Society: Value for young professionals, Jun, p. 22
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Jun, p. 23
  • Core Competencies for a Public Works Leader, Jun, p. 24
  • Global Solutions in Public Works, Jun, p. 27
  • Managing for public works performance, Jun, p. 28
  • Safety and the public works profession, Jun, p. 31
  • Safety benefits associated with adaptive traffic signal control, Jun, p. 34
  • Legal issues in public works: the transportation example, Jun, p. 37
  • Robotic-based asset management systems for sanitary and storm sewers, Jun, p. 40
  • Marketing is not a four-letter word: public works maintenance managers must learn to communicate, Jun, p. 42
  • The Kansas City Streetcar Project: Technology and infrastructure supporting urban revival, Jun, p. 46
  • The role of high-accuracy location for public works emergency management, Jun, p. 49
  • Ask Ann, Jun, p. 52
  • Advertorial, Jun, p. 54
  • President's Message, Jul, p. 2
  • Washington Insight, Jul, p. 6
  • Candidates for the APWA Board of Directors named, Jul, p. 10
  • Technical Committee News, Jul, p. 14
  • Snow Conference focuses on emergencies, Jul, p. 16
  • National Public Works Week 2013 honors public works professionals' contributions to quality of life, Jul, p. 18
  • Get the Inside Track: Become your APWA Chapter's Transportation Liaison, Jul, p. 21
  • Close the door on what you think you know about leadership, Jul, p. 22
  • Chicago on the cheap: an opportunity for a Kodak Moment, Jul, p. 26
  • Sneak peak at Chicago's Congress transportation sessions, Jul, p. 28
  • APWA's Donald C. Stone Center: It's all about you!, Jul, p. 30
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Jul, p. 31
  • Honey Hill Road Improvement and Beautification Program, Charleston County, South Carolina, Jul, p. 32
  • Shhh....Listen, Jul, p. 36
  • Core Competencies for a Public Works Leader, Jul, p. 38
  • Global Solutions in Public Works, Jul, p. 40
  • Research, Jul, p. 44
  • A traffic safety focus for local agencies, Jul, p. 48
  • Superstorm Sandy NYC MTA Bridges and Tunnels' road to recovery, Jul, p. 51
  • Transportation challenges demand a fundabmental cultural shift, Jul, p. 54
  • The Transportation and Development Institute's Sustainability Mission, Jul, p. 56
  • 2013 transportation safety activities at the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting and the latest in transportation safety news, Jul, p. 58
  • Alternative intersection design delivers, Jul, p. 60
  • Partnering for success: an improved approach to Florida's Local Agency Program, Jul, p. 64
  • Safety data and analysis capability: steps to the future, Jul, p. 66
  • High friction surface treatments: a cost-effective strategy that saves lives, Jul, p. 68
  • Green Streets and Porous Pavement: Lessons for sustainability, savings, and success, Jul, p. 71
  • Every Day Counts: FHWA's initiative to shorten project delivery, Jul, p. 74
  • APWA announces the 2013 Public Works Projects of the Year, Jul, p. 76
  • Ask Ann, Jul, p. 102
  • President's Message, Aug, p. 2
  • Washington Insight, Aug, p. 4
  • Technical Committee News, Aug, p. 6
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Aug, p. 7
  • Chicago on the cheap: ten cheap things not to be missed, Aug, p. 8
  • The APWA Donald C. Stone (DCS) Career Center: Your future is here!, Aug, p. 10
  • Emerging Leaders Academy VI: Engaging tomorrow's professionals, Aug, p. 12
  • The Golden Age of Public Works in Chicago, Aug, p. 14
  • Diversity Committee publishes Resource Guide, 2nd Edition, Aug, p. 16
  • For a limited time: free advice for one tool to solve all your resource problems, Aug, p. 18
  • Awards 2013, Aug, p. 20
  • Four options to attend Congress, Aug, p. 32
  • Don't miss these at Congress!, Aug, p. 33
  • One-day passes available for Congress, Aug, p. 34
  • Turning data into actionable information, Aug, p. 36
  • Innovation, Aug, p. 38
  • Fixing streams for free: Prince William environmental mitigation bank, Aug, p. 40
  • Signs and pavement markings for the MUTCD that meet the needs of the driver, Aug, p. 42
  • Pedestrian and bicycle design in suburban/rural communities, Aug, p. 44
  • More mileage from every mile, Aug, p. 48
  • Core Competencies for a Public Works Leader, Aug, p. 52
  • Global Solutions in Public Works, Aug, p. 54
  • Abandoned underground utility facilities, Aug, p. 58
  • Disruptive geospatial innovations for utility operators, Aug, p. 60
  • Trenchless Technology: The good news story, Aug, p. 64
  • Achieving an audit-worthy Job Order Contracting program, Aug, p. 68
  • Knowledge is Power: How technology and municipal coordination are changing workflow processes, Aug, p. 70
  • Trees in the pipeline right-of-way, Aug, p. 72
  • National Grid's response to Superstorm Sandy, Aug, p. 76
  • Spreading the word by recycling with art, Aug, p. 80
  • Converting concrete channels to natural stream systems, Aug, p. 84
  • Sustainable transportation solutions, Aug, p. 88
  • Sustainability leadership with public works, Aug, p. 92
  • Phoenix Public Works finds new opportunities with social media, Aug, p. 94
  • The Interchange in Minneapolis creates a bold vision with the idea of "Open Transit", Aug, p. 96
  • Smiley Face Bollards, Aug, p. 98
  • Got used oil filters?, Aug, p. 100
  • How "green" is your pavement network?, Aug, p. 0
  • How composting programs can save municipalities money, Aug, p. 110
  • Can catch basin maintenance lead to more mosquitoes?, Aug, p. 112
  • A rescue team with the right stuff, Aug, p. 114
  • Construction Best Practices, Aug, p. 118
  • Mini-roundabouts in the United States, Aug, p. 120
  • Ask Ann, Aug, p. 124
  • President's Message, Sep, p. 2
  • Washington Insight, Sep, p. 5
  • Technical Committee News, Sep, p. 6
  • ISI ENVISION Sustainable Infrastructure Rating Milestone: First Project Wins Gold, Sep, p. 8
  • APWA's Donald C. Stone Center: The vision and state of the program, Sep, p. 10
  • Joint project saves millions, Sep, p. 12
  • The many faces of APWA, Sep, p. 14
  • If you build it, will they come?, Sep, p. 18
  • Core Competencies for a Public Works Leader, Sep, p. 20
  • Imagination to Innovation, Sep, p. 24
  • Global Solutions in Public Works, Sep, p. 26
  • Equipment Acquisition: It doesn't have to be a root canal, Sep, p. 30
  • Take the burden out of your fully-burdened shop labor rate, Sep, p. 32
  • Online Auction Sites: A biable alternative in equipment replacement funding, Sep, p. 34
  • Fleet consolidation, Sep, p. 36
  • Understanding the value of customer feedback and communication, Sep, p. 38
  • How to establish an effective preventive maintenance program, Sep, p. 40
  • Succession planning for fleet professionals, Sep, p. 42
  • To convert or not to convert?, Sep, p. 46
  • Ask Ann, Sep, p. 48
  • President's Message, Oct, p. 2
  • Washington Insight, Oct, p. 4
  • Hatchery for the future of Alaska, Oct, p. 6
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Oct, p. 10
  • Imagination to Innovation, Oct, p. 12
  • International Idea Exchange, Oct, p. 14
  • Applied Public Works Research, Oct, p. 16
  • A terrific show in Chi-Town!, Oct, p. 18
  • APWA Donald C. Stone Center at Congress: Awards, baseball, and career planning, Oct, p. 30
  • Diversity: Alive and well at 2013 Congress, Oct, p. 32
  • CPWA Monday at Congress, Oct, p. 36
  • PWHS activities at the APWA Congress -- Chicago 2013, Oct, p. 38
  • Presidential Leadership Award 2013 -- Larry W. Frevert, P.E., PWLF, Oct, p. 40
  • Ask Ann, Oct, p. 42
  • President's Message, Nov, p. 2
  • Washington Insight, Nov, p. 4
  • Technical Committee News, Nov, p. 6
  • The Donald C. Stone Center: Hitting the mark, Nov, p. 8
  • Be counted!! Help us celebrate the diversity of APWA!, Nov, p. 10
  • Ethics: How many kinds are there?, Nov, p. 12
  • Public works projects constructed in extreme conditions, Nov, p. 14
  • Management by Working Around: A new twist on an old term, Nov, p. 16
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Nov, p. 18
  • Imagination to Innovation, Nov, p. 20
  • Core Competencies for a Public Works Leader, Nov, p. 22
  • International Idea Exchange, Nov, p. 26
  • Public Interference: Are there "magic words" that will encourage driver cooperation?, Nov, p. 28
  • Urban snow professionals facing new challenges, Nov, p. 32
  • Rice, reindeer, vodka and snow?, Nov, p. 34
  • The Incident Command System and winter operations, Nov, p. 36
  • Salting roads in the summer?, Nov, p. 40
  • Montreal preparing to dispose of 12,000,000 cubic meters of snow!, Nov, p. 42
  • CNG vehicles in the snowplowing fleet, Nov, p. 46
  • Small-town success, Nov, p. 50
  • Salt distribution patterns of various spreader types using different speeds and pre-wet rates, Nov, p. 54
  • Ask Ann, Nov, p. 56
  • President's Message, Dec, p. 2
  • Washington Insight, Dec, p. 5
  • Technical Committee News, Dec, p. 6
  • Americans attending Congress in Toronto, Dec, p. 8
  • Chas Jordan, PWE: The APWA Donald C. Stone Center's first Public Works Executive graduate, Dec, p. 10
  • A simple system protects a historical school building from future flood damage, Dec, p. 12
  • Diversity: The misconception, Dec, p. 15
  • Where do public works leaders come from?, Dec, p. 16
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Dec, p. 18
  • Imagination to Innovation, Dec, p. 20
  • Core Competencies for a Public Works Leader, Dec, p. 22
  • Leading in crisis, Dec, p. 24
  • Improving performance, Dec, p. 28
  • Recruiting and selecting from a talent pool: is it sink or swim?, Dec, p. 30
  • Genghis Khan and succession planning, Dec, p. 32
  • Orientation, training, mentoring and professional development, Dec, p. 34
  • Developing a talent pool, Dec, p. 37
  • Achieving high performance and retention, Dec, p. 39
  • Bernalillo County unveils "VOSS" and "CORR", Dec, p. 43
  • Ask Ann, Dec, p. 46