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Listed in this index are all articles published in the APWA Reporter during November 2010. They are categorized by subject, with subject headings in alphabetical order.

Back to the Basics

  • Utilizing students in the workplace, Nov, p. 20

Diversity

  • The Importance of Mentoring: Future Cities, Nov, p. 12

International Idea Exchange

  • APWA President George Crombie attends ICLEI VIII National/International Conference, Nov, p. 22

North American Snow Conference

  • Snow and ice across the continent, Nov, p. 10

Obituaries

  • APWA Past President, Joseph F. Casazza, dies, Nov, p. 18

President's Message

  • Winter maintenance operations will make a difference, Nov, p. 2

Public Works Historical Society

  • A brief history of the APWA Wisconsin Chapter Snow Plow Roadeo, Nov, p. 36

Small Cities/Rural Communities

  • A field management success story, Nov, p. 16

Technical Committee News

  • Snow, Ice and the Great Northwest, Nov, p. 8

Washington Insight

  • APWA, public safety stakeholders and legislators promote creation of nationwide interoperable communications network, Nov, p. 6

Winter Maintenance

  • The importance of establishing levels of service for winter operations, Nov, p. 26
  • Validating environmental impacts of best snow and ice practices, Nov, p. 30
  • The International Winter Road congress comes to North America, Nov, p. 32
  • There is always the window, Nov, p. 38
  • Pre-Storm Strategy and Post-Storm Assessment meetings, Nov, p. 41
  • Optimized snowplow routing using the A* artificial intelligence algorithm can save 12% on plowing costs, Nov, p. 42
  • Economic and environmental sustainability meet on our nations' highways, Nov, p. 44
  • The City of Denver: A benchmark for snow and ice management, Nov, p. 48