APWA Reporter Past Issues


  • 06 2018

  • President's Message, Jun,p.2
  • APWA adopts national Public Works First Responder symbol, Jun,p.5
  • Technical Committee News, Jun,p.8
  • Connection between chapters and their Local Technical Assistance Program Centers advances APWA's Strategic Plan, Jun,p.10
  • First in Maine, Jun,p.13
  • The many benefits of becoming a Certified Stormwater Manager, Jun,p.16
  • What does diversity mean to you?, Jun,p.19
  • Chapter new ideas: Arizona Chapter Young Professionals Committee, Jun,p.20
  • New Hampshire's oldest public water system, Jun,p.22
  • Improve your chapter's communication, Jun,p.26
  • APWA chapters are essential to advocacy success, Jun,p.30
  • GAC Insight, Jun,p.32
  • Bright future for diamonds?, Jun,p.34
  • Automated vehicle location and winter maintenance, Jun,p.36
  • Leading from the Front Lines, Jun,p.38
  • International Idea Exchange, Jun,p.42
  • The Bayonne Bridge: Raising the roadway, Jun,p.45
  • The future is here: get ready for autonomous transportation, Jun,p.49
  • Using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Guide Likelihood of Failure in Water Pipeline Analysis, Jun,p.54
  • Delivering assets and strengthening communities: a CBP3 primer, Jun,p.57
  • The building blocks of a modern public asset management solution, Jun,p.61
  • What can data do for our world's most precious resource?, Jun,p.64