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Listed in this index are all articles published in the APWA Reporter during 2003. They are categorized by subject, with subject headings in alphabetical order.

President's Message

  • President's Message, Feb, p. 2
  • President's Message, Mar, p. 2
  • President's Message, Apr, p. 2
  • President's Message, May, p. 2
  • President's Message, Jun, p. 2
  • President's Message, Jul, p. 2
  • President's Message, Aug, p. 2
  • President's Message, Sep, p. 2
  • President's Message, Oct, p. 2
  • President's Message, Nov, p. 2
  • President's Message, Dec/Jan, p. 2

Inside APWA

  • Past President Mueller named to Homeland Security Advisory Committee, Feb, p. 3
  • Call for nominations to APWA Board issued, Feb, p. 5
  • Haraga appointed Hawaii DOT Director, Mar, p. 3
  • 2002 Financials: Strong performance, again, Mar, p. 5
  • New APWA Staff, Apr, p. 3
  • Directory of chapter contacts, Apr, p. 6
  • APWA Board of Directors, Apr, p. 8
  • APWA staff ready to help..., Apr, p. 9
  • APWA attends National Partnership Summit, Apr, p. 22
  • Finding the member wannabe!, Apr, p. 24
  • City of North Miami Beach introduces APWA flag at South Florida Branch meeting, Apr, p. 29
  • Homeland Security Task Force, Apr, p. 35
  • APWA-InfoLink: Detouring around the construction site, Apr, p. 39
  • Candidates for the 2003-2004 APWA Board of Directors named, Jul, p. 7
  • Judith Mueller: Senior Advisor on Homeland Security Council, Jul, p. 9
  • Snow Conference withstands all challenges, Jul, p. 10
  • Martin Manning/Daniel DeYoung interview, Aug, p. 8
  • New APWA staff, Aug, p. 14
  • Full-scale national terrorism exercise, Aug, p. 53
  • APWA President Kalynchuk speaks on the status of America's declining infrastructure, Oct, p. 3
  • New APWA staff, Oct, p. 9
  • New APWA staff, Nov, p. 7
  • 2004 Editorial Calendar, Dec/Jan, p. 5

Washington Insight

  • Washington Insight, Feb, p. 4
  • Washington Insight, Mar, p. 4
  • Washington Insight, Apr, p. 4
  • Washington Insight, May, p. 4
  • Washington Insight, Jun, p. 4
  • Washington Insight, Jul, p. 4
  • Washington Insight, Aug, p. 5
  • Washington Insight, Sep, p. 5
  • Washington Insight, Oct, p. 4
  • Washington Insight, Nov, p. 4
  • Washington Insight, Dec/Jan, p. 4

Technical Committee News

  • Technical Committee News, Feb, p. 7
  • Technical Committee News, Mar, p. 7
  • Technical Committee News, Apr, p. 21
  • Technical Committee News, May, p. 7
  • Technical Committee News, Jun, p. 5
  • Technical Committee News, Jul, p. 6
  • Technical Committee News, Aug, p. 7
  • Technical Committee News, Sep, p. 6
  • Technical Committee News, Oct, p. 5
  • Technical Committee News, Nov, p. 6
  • Technical Committee News, Dec/Jan, p. 6

Obituaries

  • Past APWA President, Roy W. Morse, dies, Feb, p. 7
  • Longtime member and national award winner, Hal Harris, dies, Jul, p. 3
  • Paul Williams, active member of Florida Chapter, dies, Aug, p. 3
  • Ernest Hendricks, Jr., 1928-2003, Aug, p. 3

Member Profile

  • Member Profile, Feb, p. 8
  • Member Profile, Mar, p. 8
  • Member Profile, Apr, p. 36
  • Member Profile, May, p. 9
  • Member Profile, Jun, p. 8
  • Member Profile, Jul, p. 15
  • Member Profile, Aug, p. 15
  • Member Profile, Sep, p. 10
  • Member Profile, Oct, p. 6
  • Member Profile, Nov, p. 10
  • Member Profile, Dec/Jan, p. 8

  • Snow Conference coming to Québec City, Feb, p. 0
  • Environmental impacts of CCA-treated wood—what's it all about and why should we be concerned?, Mar, p. 0
  • Ask Ann, Mar, p. 0
  • The 2003 Top Ten Public Works Leaders of the Year, May, p. 0
  • Ask Ann, May, p. 0
  • Ask Ann, Jun, p. 0
  • Twenty-five Governors, Three Premiers, One Prime Minister declare National Public Works Week, Jul, p. 0
  • APWA Public Works Projects of the Year, Jul, p. 0
  • NGV Conference & Exhibition, Aug, p. 0
  • Ask Ann, Aug, p. 0
  • Ask Ann, Sep, p. 0
  • Awards 2003, Oct, p. 0
  • Ask Ann, Oct, p. 0
  • Lessons learned under "fire", Nov, p. 0
  • National challenge for fleet managers: "Best service at lowest cost", Nov, p. 0
  • Ask Ann, Nov, p. 0
  • Ballpark Infrastructure Project hits a grand slam, Dec/Jan, p. 0
  • Ask Ann, Dec/Jan, p. 0
  • The Baker's Dozen, Dec/Jan, p. 0

National Public Works Week

  • National Public Works Week gives recognition to public works profession, Feb, p. 16
  • National Public Works Week in Edmonton, Mar, p. 10
  • National Public Works Week in Oregon, Apr, p. 32

Diversity

  • Using your organization's diversity as a community outreach tool, Feb, p. 19
  • Diversity is good for business, Mar, p. 13
  • Creative strategies to increase membership and diversity at state chapters using the First Timers concept, May, p. 12
  • Celebrating APWA's diversity successes, Aug, p. 13
  • Top Ten ways to interest young APWA members, Sep, p. 8
  • How we measure up "a San Antonio, Texas experience" managing team diversity, Dec/Jan, p. 10

APWA Book Review

  • APWA Book Review, Feb, p. 20
  • APWA Book Review, Mar, p. 15
  • APWA Book Review, Apr, p. 40
  • APWA Book Review, May, p. 8
  • APWA Book Review, Jun, p. 9
  • APWA Book Review, Jul, p. 18
  • APWA Book Review, Aug, p. 17
  • APWA Book Review, Sep, p. 7
  • APWA Book Review, Oct, p. 8
  • APWA Book Review, Nov, p. 8
  • APWA Book Review, Dec/Jan, p. 12

International Idea Exchange

  • International Idea Exchange, Feb, p. 28
  • International Idea Exchange, Mar, p. 16
  • International Idea Exchange, Apr, p. 45
  • International Idea Exchange, May, p. 19
  • International Idea Exchange, Jun, p. 10
  • International Idea Exchange, Jul, p. 19
  • International Idea Exchange, Aug, p. 21
  • International Idea Exchange, Sep, p. 12
  • International Idea Exchange, Oct, p. 12
  • International Idea Exchange, Nov, p. 12
  • International Idea Exchange, Dec/Jan, p. 17

Water Resources

  • It's your drought: What are you going to do with it?, Feb, p. 29
  • Sanitary Sewer Overflow Regulations: maybe this year, Feb, p. 31
  • Twenty years in the making: now a reality, Feb, p. 32
  • Update on EPA's Environmental Technology Verification Wet Weather Flows Pilot Program, Feb, p. 35
  • Watershed management approach enhances wooded suburban stream corridor, Aug, p. 55
  • No magic act, Aug, p. 58
  • The thirst of a thousand, Aug, p. 65

Environment

  • The challenge of restoring the beneficial reuse of our filled lands, Mar, p. 20
  • Single stream recycling: Could be coming to a theatre near you, Mar, p. 21
  • Electronic recycling/product stewardship, Mar, p. 25
  • County tackles e-waste problem, Mar, p. 26

Congress 2003

  • And the winners are..., Apr, p. 25
  • And now, a word from our exhibitors, Apr, p. 38
  • If you've never been to Congress..., Jun, p. 6
  • Things to do, places to go in San Diego, Jul, p. 13
  • Four options to attend Congress, Aug, p. 23
  • Don't miss these at Congress!, Aug, p. 24
  • One-day passes available for Congress, Aug, p. 25
  • Chapter Leaders Target Tuesday, Aug, p. 26
  • Fifty reasons to attend Congress, Aug, p. 27
  • Urban Forestry: Benefits and drawbacks of city trees, Aug, p. 29
  • What stormwater managers should know about fluvial geomorphology, Aug, p. 31
  • Machu Picchu: Prehistoric Public Works, Aug, p. 33
  • City of San Diego's Think Blue Campaign, Aug, p. 28
  • The San Diego experience, Oct, p. 14
  • Educational sessions at Congress, Oct, p. 24

Facilities and Grounds

  • Green Infrastructure, Apr, p. 26
  • Managing municipal facilities, Apr, p. 46
  • A new approach to reduce flooding and sewer overflows: trees, Apr, p. 48
  • The secrets to rebuilding the award-winning Nashua park system, Aug, p. 67

Leadership and Management

  • What are the core competencies required of public works professionals?, Apr, p. 27
  • The Future of Public Works: Change, Challenge and Strategic Leadership, May, p. 21
  • The easy solution for every problem, Aug, p. 40
  • Huh?, Aug, p. 42

Information Technology

  • Geomatics and satellite imagery in managing your infrastructure, Jun, p. 12
  • Neighborhood benchmarking—a GIS approach, Jun, p. 16
  • When source controls are not enough: Considering advanced urban runoff treatment, Jun, p. 18
  • The Willamette River Water Treatment Facility: a design/build project, Jun, p. 21

Emergency Management and Homeland Security

  • Public Works: An important player in homeland security, Jun, p. 19

Transportation

  • Bus Rapid Transit: The high-quality, lower-cost alternative, Jul, p. 21
  • Asset Management: Resources for maximizing your transportation investment, Jul, p. 23
  • City implements continuous process improvement in roadways section, Jul, p. 24
  • Roadside maintenance challenges in a shrinking economy, Jul, p. 28

Utilities and Public Right-of-Way

  • Summary of the "Understanding the Value of Your Right-of-Way" Click, Listen and Learn presentation, Aug, p. 10
  • Electronic Permitting: The next generation, Aug, p. 45
  • Damage data collection system provides valuable benefits, Aug, p. 47
  • sidewalks! from $1 million to $20 million per year, Aug, p. 50

General

  • CPWA participates in Technology Road Map partners program, Aug, p. 12
  • Dry emergency gas scrubbers: The dream machine for removing chlorine, Aug, p. 60
  • Document retention post-Arthur Anderson: The ultimate risk-benefit analysis, Aug, p. 69

Fleets

  • City of Greeley brings vehicle maintenance in-house, Aug, p. 62
  • Planning to remodel your facility? Read on, Nov, p. 20
  • Attracting, recruiting and retaining technicians, Nov, p. 24
  • Monitoring fleet utilization for the justification of equipment needs, Nov, p. 26
  • Strategic approaches to tight budgets, Nov, p. 28

Winter Maintenance

  • ODOT deploys massive wireless Environmental Sensing Station technology in RWIS expansion, Sep, p. 15
  • Advanced decision support for winter road maintenance, Sep, p. 16
  • Audio technology effective in driving salt routes, Sep, p. 20
  • Geomatics inspire winter maintenance revolution, Sep, p. 22
  • Why aren't YOU anti-icing yet? Five common excuses debunked, Sep, p. 24
  • Now more than ever: Training for road maintenance workers, Sep, p. 26
  • Change can be good: Snow removal success story in Kansas City, Sep, p. 28

Innovative Financing

  • Local utility helps fund a microturbine to provide emergency power and peak-load shedding, Dec/Jan, p. 21
  • Keeping it clean: Financing clean water through innovative methods, Dec/Jan, p. 22
  • Stormwater program funding in California, Dec/Jan, p. 25
  • You need a bond issue passed: Is your community ready to vote for it?, Dec/Jan, p. 28
  • Good project management is the key to the privatization decision, Dec/Jan, p. 30
  • A novel approach to sewer capacity fees, Dec/Jan, p. 32
  • Collier County business recycling initiative: Building partnerships and benefiting the bottom line, Dec/Jan, p. 34