APWA Reporter magazine

  • President's Message, Jan,p.2
  • Technical Committee News, Jan,p.4
  • The Show for Snow heads to the Hawkeye State, Jan,p.6
  • CPFP: It's not about the title, it's the experience and knowledge you gain, Jan,p.11
  • Fairfax County shares lessons learned from accreditation ascent, Jan,p.13
  • Roger Clark Leadership Conference: A Southern Tradition of Success, Jan,p.16
  • Building Bridges: Public Works Birthday Parties, Jan,p.19
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Jan,p.22
  • Index to 2016 articles, Jan,p.24
  • Washington Insight, Jan,p.32
  • A New Administration in Washington, D.C.: Time to tell our public works stories in support of infrastructure programs, Jan,p.34
  • Imagination to Innovation, Jan,p.36
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Jan,p.37
  • How Did They Do that?, Jan,p.39
  • International Idea Exchange, Jan,p.42
  • The Southeast U.S. Public Works Response to Hurricane Matthew, Jan,p.44
  • Incident Command System: A practical application, Jan,p.47
  • Hennepin West Mesonet: Providing emergency managers with real-time environmental information, Jan,p.49
  • Credibility through credentials, Jan,p.51
  • The APWA Utah Chapter Emergency Management Mutual Aid Alliance, Jan,p.53
  • Public works professionals have a duty to act, Jan,p.57
  • Presidential Inaugural Planning and Response in the District of Columbia, Jan,p.59
  • President's Message, Feb,p.2
  • Public works and infrastructure professionals continue to be poised for excellence, Feb,p.4
  • Call for nominations to APWA Board of Directors issued, Feb,p.8
  • Technical Committee News, Feb,p.11
  • The dichotomy between security and adventure, Feb,p.13
  • Chattanooga Public Works receives APWA accreditation, Feb,p.16
  • CPII: Covering a vast array of public works expertise and knowledge, Feb,p.19
  • Kayla's Krew, Feb,p.21
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Feb,p.24
  • Washington Insight, Feb,p.26
  • GAC Insight, Feb,p.28
  • Imagination to Innovation, Feb,p.30
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Feb,p.31
  • How Did They Do That?, Feb,p.33
  • International Idea Exchange, Feb,p.36
  • Innovations for Interest: How Iowa is multiplying the water quality impacts of its State Revolving Fund, Feb,p.43
  • Effective Utility Management: An update for all of today's public works leaders, Feb,p.47
  • Raising pints and lowering nutrient limits in Boulder: meeting more stringent nitrogen regulations by adding beer, Feb,p.51
  • The inspiring side of infrastructure, Feb,p.54
  • Lead and Copper Rule, Feb,p.57
  • Ethics in Public Works, Feb,p.59
  • Ancient algae are threatening present-day water management, Feb,p.61
  • President's Message, Mar,p.2
  • Executive Director Grayson visits with Michigan congressional leaders, Mar,p.4
  • Technical Committee News, Mar,p.5
  • Building for the future in Waukee, Iowa, Mar,p.7
  • The City Beautiful, the Experience of a Lifetime, Mar,p.12
  • Success for the City of Gulfport, Mississippi, as they become the state's first accredited agency, Mar,p.14
  • CPFP: High-level achievements will be recognized, Mar,p.16
  • Honoring cultural diversity through inclusion, Mar,p.20
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Mar,p.22
  • Washington Insight, Mar,p.24
  • GAC Insight, Mar,p.26
  • Imagination to Innovation, Mar,p.28
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Mar,p.29
  • International Idea Exchange, Mar,p.31
  • Roanoke's Sealed Compactor Program: Serving the market, Mar,p.34
  • Changing Faces: New partners for a complex discard stream, Mar,p.38
  • Solid waste professionals and our quest for waste reduction and diversion, Mar,p.43
  • Moving beyond technical skills in hiring, Mar,p.45
  • Customer-focused process improvements: solid waste employees leading the way, Mar,p.47
  • If you build it, they will come: Phoenix's Solid Waste Apprenticeship Program, Mar,p.50
  • The process improvement train is leaving -- are you on board?, Mar,p.51
  • Engaging solid waste employees, Mar,p.54
  • President's Message, Apr,p.2
  • Technical Committee News, Apr,p.5
  • Putting the Pieces Together, Apr,p.8
  • Excellence in Snow and Ice Control Award, Apr,p.10
  • Des Moines in pictures, Apr,p.14
  • Why we exhibit -- and why you should too!, Apr,p.16
  • 2016 National Public Works Week in Charleston County, Apr,p.18
  • Dam Removal: A lengthy public decision-making process leads to a successful outcome, Apr,p.24
  • LED lighting provides a night and day difference to Topeka's Maintenance Shop, Apr,p.28
  • White Privilege? Where's mine!?!?, Apr,p.31
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Apr,p.34
  • Washington Insight, Apr,p.36
  • GAC Insight, Apr,p.38
  • Imagination to Innovation, Apr,p.40
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Apr,p.42
  • How Did They Do That?, Apr,p.44
  • International Idea Exchange, Apr,p.49
  • The city that saved a river; the river that saved the downtown, Apr,p.52
  • Choose the best athletic field surface to meet your needs, Apr,p.56
  • Evolution: How to hit a facility curve ball when you are up to bat, Apr,p.59
  • The value of interval meter data, Apr,p.61
  • Here are the keys to the facilities, now what?, Apr,p.64
  • President's Message, May,p.2
  • APWA President Ron Calkins testifies at U.S. House Natural Resources Committee, May,p.4
  • President-Elect Bo Mills featured at International Association of Defence Councel Mid-Year Meeting, May,p.6
  • C4S News, May,p.8
  • Launching a Sustainability Committee: Bringing together sustainability resources to support local communities, May,p.11
  • PWX 2017 Special Events: Come home to Florida!, May,p.14
  • Georgetown County celebrates National Public Works Week, May,p.16
  • National Public Works Week in Benton County, May,p.20
  • City Hall improvements and opportunities for Sweet Home, May,p.22
  • City of Jefferson: Creating community and infrastructure through trees, May,p.24
  • A successful kickoff leads to accreditation for Shawnee, Kansas, May,p.28
  • Sustainable diversity, May,p.29
  • Recognize Your Leaders, May,p.30
  • Public works professionals pay tribute to fallen Longmeadow public works employee Warren Cowles, May,p.32
  • Bloomfield Township joins other agencies to pay tribute to fallen road worker, May,p.33
  • Washington Insight, May,p.34
  • GAC Insight, May,p.36
  • Imagination to Innovation, May,p.38
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, May,p.40
  • How Did They Do That?, May,p.42
  • International Idea Exchange, May,p.46
  • Raising resiliency in a river town, May,p.48
  • Using data to tell your story, May,p.50
  • The core components of sustainability education, May,p.54
  • The Higher Standard: Triple bottom line decision making for infrastructure, May,p.56
  • Centralization versus decentralization systems for wastewater treatment, May,p.59
  • An increasing challenge for wastewater systems: wipes, May,p.62
  • Asphalt Concrete Pavement: Proven ways to save money and reduce greenhouse gases, May,p.66
  • Full-Depth Reclamation: A sustainable pavement reconstruction solution, May,p.69
  • Optimizing ROI for SCM sizing and selection via nutrient mass balance, May,p.71
  • Tips for drafting legally defensible sustainability policies and thresholds, May,p.73
  • 2017 Top Ten Public Works Leaders named, May,p.75
  • President's Message, Jun,p.2
  • Technical Committee News, Jun,p.4
  • One day in Washington, D.C., Jun,p.6
  • Diversity: Changing a community, Jun,p.8
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Jun,p.10
  • Washington Insight, Jun,p.12
  • GAC Insight, Jun,p.14
  • Imagination to Innovation, Jun,p.17
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Jun,p.18
  • How Did They Do That?, Jun,p.20
  • International Idea Exchange, Jun,p.22
  • Northbrook hits a home run with rainwater harvesting and flood mitigation, Jun,p.24
  • The benefits of restoration in an urban environment: Amazon Creek in Eugene, Oregon, Jun,p.28
  • Navigating PWX in a wheelchair, Jun,p.33
  • Qualification-Based Selection: A recipe for a successful partnership, Jun,p.36
  • What do you know? Public Works Organizations and Knowledge Management, Jun,p.38
  • Close tolerance HDD is changing the open cut industry, Jun,p.40
  • President's Message, Jul,p.2
  • Candidates for the APWA Board of Directors named, Jul,p.4
  • The CPWA Board of Directors Annual Meeting in Ottawa, Jul,p.8
  • APWA Board Director Bill Spearman testifies before U.S. House Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment, Jul,p.10
  • Technical Committee News, Jul,p.12
  • Council Corner, Jul,p.14
  • One for the record books, Jul,p.15
  • Connecting with people in a social media-crazy world, Jul,p.22
  • The passion behind the innovation: an interview with Derreck Kayongo, Jul,p.24
  • Attention Public Works Directors, wanna win a prize?, Jul,p.25
  • Orlando in pictures, Jul,p.26
  • Exceptional learning application with the Emerging Leaders Academy, Jul,p.28
  • Recognizing and honoring public works during National Public Works Week 2017, Jul,p.30
  • National Public Works Week: Concord Public Works, Concord, Massachusetts, Jul,p.34
  • Could your agency be the next recipient of the APWA Excellence in Snow and Ice Control Award?, Jul,p.36
  • Is a stormwater utility right for your community?, Jul,p.38
  • CPII certification provides a gateway to network with your peers, Jul,p.41
  • NEAPWA's Diversity Committee, Jul,p.44
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Jul,p.46
  • APWA announces the 2017 Public Works Projects of the Year, Jul,p.48
  • Washington Insight, Jul,p.72
  • Know your elected officials and your Government Affairs Committee: be connected, Jul,p.74
  • Imagination to Innovation, Jul,p.76
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Jul,p.78
  • How Did They Do That?, Jul,p.80
  • Communities take STEPs to build safer pedestrian networks, Jul,p.81
  • Autonomous Vehicles: A profound life-changing revolution, Jul,p.84
  • Technology and systems engineering are changing cities across America, Jul,p.87
  • Local Road Safety: What do we have to lose? Plenty!, Jul,p.90
  • City of Port St. Lucie Public Works Department leads the way in innovation and service, Jul,p.91
  • Anatomy of paving practices in Orange County, Florida, Jul,p.93
  • Winning over the "public" in public works projects, Jul,p.98
  • Autonomous Vehicles: Driving their own future?, Jul,p.100
  • 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
  • President's Message, Sep,p.2
  • New APWA Board member, Sep,p.5
  • Technical Committee News, Sep,p.6
  • One small community's experience with an alternative project delivery method, Sep,p.7
  • CPFP program helps fleet professionals increase their knowledge and expertise, Sep,p.10
  • Diversity in the workplace, Sep,p.12
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Sep,p.14
  • Washington Insight, Sep,p.16
  • GAC Insight, Sep,p.18
  • Mirror, Sep,p.20
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Sep,p.21
  • How Did They Do That?, Sep,p.24
  • International Idea Exchange, Sep,p.26
  • Community Outreach: Communicating the value of fleet services in your community, Sep,p.30
  • Key metrics for reliability-centered fleet maintenance, Sep,p.34
  • The importance of training, Sep,p.36
  • GFX celebrates public sector fleets, Sep,p.38
  • All online surplus sales are not created equal, Sep,p.41
  • President's Message, Oct,p.2
  • Technical Committee News, Oct,p.5
  • Certified Public Fleet Professional certification? Are you the best judge when determining what it can do for you?, Oct,p.8
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Oct,p.12
  • Washington Insight, Oct,p.14
  • GAC Insight, Oct,p.16
  • Imagination to Innovation, Oct,p.18
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Oct,p.19
  • International Idea Exchange, Oct,p.21
  • Don't sweat the small snow: strategies and tips for small event success, Oct,p.26
  • The challenges of inclement weather in the Southeast, Oct,p.29
  • Implementing large change in snow response, Oct,p.32
  • After Snowzilla, D.C.'s Snow Team prepares for upcoming snow season, Oct,p.34
  • Keys to effective winter maintenance management, Oct,p.37
  • Modern snowfighters use GIS to gain deeper insights and keep their communities moving, Oct,p.40
  • President's Message, Nov,p.2
  • CPFP Certification: Raising the bar on fleet performance, Nov,p.6
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Nov,p.8
  • Washington Insight, Nov,p.10
  • GAC Insight, Nov,p.12
  • Imagination to Innovation, Nov,p.14
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Nov,p.16
  • How Did They Do That?, Nov,p.18
  • International Idea Exchange, Nov,p.21
  • PWX in The City Beautiful!, Nov,p.24
  • CPWA at PWX 2017, Nov,p.33
  • Diversity: Alive and well at PWX 2017, Nov,p.37
  • President's Message, Dec,p.2
  • Technical Committee News, Dec,p.4
  • Meet your APWA National Diversity Committee, Dec,p.8
  • The Official Beginning of the Young Professionals Committee, Dec,p.12
  • Recognize Your Leaders: J. Chris Anderson, Dec,p.14
  • In & Around APWA, Dec,p.16
  • Washington Insight, Dec,p.18
  • Imagination to Innovation, Dec,p.19
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Dec,p.20
  • International Idea Exchange, Dec,p.22
  • Communication: Improve performance and productivity, Dec,p.27
  • Leadership and Communication: Effective coordination in a city with rapid growth and development, Dec,p.31
  • How do you communicate? Communication is not an acronym, Dec,p.34
  • Can you break that down for me? Communicating effectively, Dec,p.36
  • Communicating the values, Dec,p.39
  • Credibility, hard questions, and trust: a road map to tough communications, Dec,p.41
  • How do you communicate when you make a presentation?, Dec,p.46
  • Avoiding death by PowerPoint, Dec,p.49