APWA Top 10 Leader: Diane Nakano, PE
Advice: Anticipate your city manager’s needs.
APWA Top 10 Leader: John Herzke
Advice: Treat city council members as part of the public works team.
APWA Top 10 Leader: Kenneth Eyre, PE
Advice: Make elected officials aware of the need for enhanced infrastructure.
Public Works Conference Includes Stormwater Track
The only professional organization for municipal employees who oversee infrastructure assets and services brings its annual conference to Minneapolis Aug. 28-31. The many educational and networking opportunities include a Stormwater Summit developed by the association's Water Resources Management Committee.
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