APWA Reporter Past Issues


  • 02 2019

  • President's Message, Feb,p.2
  • Call issued for nominations to APWA Board of Directors, Feb,p.4
  • Technical Committee News, Feb,p.8
  • City of Fairway Accreditation, Feb,p.11
  • In the Eye of the Storm: How Bluffton, S.C. implemented an asset management system in 48 hours, Feb,p.12
  • ELA meets Certification, Feb,p.14
  • Transformative Leadership: Overcoming the challenge of welcoming diversity and inclusion into the workforce, Feb,p.16
  • Washington Insight, Feb,p.18
  • GAC Insight, Feb,p.20
  • Spotlight on Canada, Feb,p.22
  • Media Insight, Feb,p.32
  • PW Tech Management: Leadership in New Technology, Feb,p.34
  • International Idea Exchange, Feb,p.36
  • Getting Down and Dirty: Dollars for GSI maintenance, Feb,p.40
  • Water quality goes with the flow: using technology for asset management, Feb,p.44
  • LA County voters pass Measure W for "Safe Clean Water Program", Feb,p.48
  • Practical stormwater data collection with small unmanned aerial systems, Feb,p.51
  • Do or Don't: Fiscal sustainability plans for municipalities, Feb,p.55
  • The Hillsboro High School Renovation: Smart strategies for stormwater management, Feb,p.57
  • Santa Cruz wastewater awareness generated through "Follow the Flush" 5K walk with art, games and humor, Feb,p.60
  • City of Gulfport: Overcoming inflow and infiltration, Feb,p.64
  • Facilitating collaboration between water management and urban planners using a One Water approach, Feb,p.68