Member Stories

Below is a list of approved member stories, with the most recent appearing at the top of the list.
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INNOVATION IN TIME OF CRISIS: Inverters to Temporarily Power Traffic SignalsFirst RespondersPinellas County Public Works2018-01-11INNOVATION IN TIME OF CRISIS: Inverters to Temporarily Power Traffic Signals By Pinellas County Public Works – Transportation Division Clearwater, Florida On Sept. 8, 2017, the Pinellas County...
(Lakewood, CA) Why Advocacy: Lisa RappAdvocacyLisa Rapp2018-01-11 
(Columbus, WI) Emergency Management After 110mph Straight-Line WindsAdvocacyDavis Clark2017-11-06 
(Muncie, IN) Safely Managing Flooding and Debris Along the White RiverAdvocacyGary Dannar2017-11-06 
(Gainesville, FL) Stormwater Restoration Project: Helen WarrenAdvocacyKelly Meyer2017-11-06 
(Dubuque, IA) B-Branch Creek Greenway ProjectAdvocacyJon Dienst2017-11-06 
(Crystal, MN) Public Works: Making Normal HappenAdvocacyMark Ray2017-11-06 
(Ventura, CA) Stormwater Restoration ProjectAdvocacyMary Joyce Ivers2017-11-06 
(Franklin, WI) All-Inclusive, All-Accessible Community Playground: Michelle Runte and Glen MorrowAdvocacyKelly Meyer2017-11-06 
(Georgetown, TX) STEAM DayAdvocacyOctavio Garza2017-11-06 
(Springfield, IL) Completing an 8-Mile Roadway LinkAdvocacyRichard Berning2017-11-06 
(Leavenworth County, KS) Using Sales Tax to Upgrade Roads in Three CitiesAdvocacySarah Shafer2017-11-06 
(Las Vegas, NV) Public Works Saves the Day!AdvocacySteven Ireland2017-11-06 
(DeKalb County, GA) Roadway Culvert Upgrade ProjectAdvocacyTerrence Simpkins2017-11-06 
Hurricane Harvey Efforts in Rowlett, TXFirst RespondersGary Enna2017-09-15 The City of Rowlett, TX is located 20 miles east of Dallas, TX. Rowlett was devastated by an EF-4 tornado on December 26, 2015. The path of destruction was over 3.5 miles long and a half mile wide debris...