APWA Reporter magazine

  • 04 2019

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  • President's Message, Apr,p.2
  • Technical Committee News, Apr,p.4
  • Online voting for Board of Directors positions to take place May 15-June 12, Apr,p.7
  • Salt Lake County Public Works: Living the dream!, Apr,p.10
  • It Starts Here! Chapter Leaders Training and Council of Chapters' meeting brings members to Kansas City, Apr,p.14
  • A look back at the 2018 NPWW in Concord, Massachusetts, Apr,p.20
  • APWA Accreditation: "The benefits to the organization's efficiency and effectiveness are huge", Apr,p.24
  • Creating a sustainable litter control program, Apr,p.28
  • Bridging the gap between generations in the workplace: A Millennial's perspective, Apr,p.31
  • Cultural competence toolbox topics for front-line employees, Apr,p.34
  • Kansas City Metro Chapter and Johnson County Community College work together for a brighter future, Apr,p.38
  • Washington Insight, Apr,p.40
  • GAC Insight, Apr,p.42
  • Spotlight on Canada, Apr,p.45
  • Media Insight, Apr,p.54
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Apr,p.56
  • PW Tech Management: Leadership in New Technology, Apr,p.58
  • International Idea Exchange, Apr,p.62
  • Thick Orange Line Fitness, Apr,p.64
  • Outdoor step project and effectively managing budgets, Apr,p.66
  • A new Municipal Complex for Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Apr,p.70
  • Planning for building security, Apr,p.74
  • Designing a cremation garden, Apr,p.76
  • Out with the old and in with the new... well, kind of, Apr,p.80
  • Saving your facilities: a story of one city's quest for "state of good repair", Apr,p.83
  • Effective facility mitigation efforts following a natural disaster, Apr,p.86
  • Key facators during facility renovations, Apr,p.90
  • Let's build a cemetery building, Apr,p.93