APWA Reporter magazine

  • 01 2018

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  • President's Message, Jan,p.2
  • Technical Committee News, Jan,p.4
  • How a Strategic Asset Management Plan focused our efforts within a small town, Jan,p.6
  • City of Santa Monica's Public Works Department receives APWA accreditation, Jan,p.9
  • For Transportation Girls everywhere, we can do better than eight percent, Jan,p.11
  • In & Around APWA, Jan,p.13
  • Index to 2017 articles, Jan,p.14
  • Washington Insight, Jan,p.20
  • GAC Insight, Jan,p.22
  • Imagination to Innovation, Jan,p.23
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Jan,p.24
  • Public Asset Management, Jan,p.26
  • Leading from the Frontlines, Jan,p.29
  • International Idea Exchange, Jan,p.30
  • Houston Public Works: the life of Hurricane Harvey in the eyes of public works, Jan,p.33
  • Preparation and response to Hurricane Irma: the Florida experience, Jan,p.36
  • Emergency repairs on the edge of a continent: keeping California's Highway 1 open along the Big Sur coastline, Jan,p.40
  • Free TEEX training for public works staff, Jan,p.43
  • Suspicious Activity Reporting: The role of public works, Jan,p.46
  • Fusion Liaison Officer Programs: Effective sharing of information to prevent crime and terrorism, Jan,p.50
  • Connecting the Dots: A local perspective on coordinating with a fusion center, Jan,p.52
  • National Weather Service Radar: Radar 101, Jan,p.53
  • GOES-R: What's new in orbit, Jan,p.57
  • Mutually Beneficial: Public Works & the Weather-Ready Nation Strategic Initiative, Jan,p.60