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APWA Reporter

The APWA Reporter serves as the prime communication link uniting the community of public works professionals who make up APWA. The APWA Reporter is edited primarily for public works officials at local, state and federal levels, as well as others involved in the public works field. Most editorial content consists of articles by public works practitioners on such subjects as computers and computer applications, solid waste, water resources, municipal engineering, transportation, equipment services, buildings and grounds, snow removal, and other public works-related topics. The articles contain information on management techniques, research, training programs, and new technology. [1]