September 2009 Table of Contents

APWA 2009

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Original Recipe repairs Original Recipe repairs

KFC pays for pothole patching. Read more

Plastic Fantastic Plastic Fantastic

PVC rods prolong the life of sidewalks in one Missouri city. Read more

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View from the top

For nearly 50 years, the American Public Works Association has been rewarding excellence and dedication in public service by naming the industry's "Top Ten Leaders of the Year" during National Public Works Week. Read more

Instant Messaging

Is wireless the next step for your meter-reading operation? Read more

On the Radar On the Radar

Configuring a sign-placement plan that commands respect. Read more

Biosolids boost Landfill Operation & Closure Biosolids boost

County and waste hauler join forces to turn sludge into alternative-energy source. Read more

Lands of Opportunity Hazardous Waste Lands of Opportunity

Sustainability and stimulus spark renewed interest in old industrial property. Read more

Rapid Deployment Rapid Deployment

Backlog prompts county engineers to switch project delivery methods. Read more

Water Supply & Storage Shock Treatment

New plasma discharge technology cleans, disinfects, and renovates wells. Read more

Easin' the Load Easin' the Load

Calculating the costs of manual vs. mechanized material-moving. Read more

Slide Show

Oregon DOT solves mobility challenge with bridge-jacking. Read more

Fiscal Finess

Stimulus package tests patience and numbers-crunching skills. Read more

Conventional Wisdom Be Damned Conventional Wisdom Be Damned

A data manager explains why experience trumps cheap labor during asset inventories. Read more

Sustainability and stimulus spark renewed interest in old industrial property

As the least-polluted sites were harvested, so to speak, and greenfield financing became easier to obtain, the average timeframe for redeveloping a brownfield stretched from three to five years. Read more

Stimulus requirements fuel the midnight oil

It may seem a long time off, but Feb. 17, 2010, is a date many state water agencies are eagerly anticipating. Read more

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