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As she prepares to leave office, Stephanie Miner looks back on an innovation-focused municipal agenda and where cities are going in the Trump era.
Former Representative Candice Miller gave up a senior post in the House to manage the drains and sewers of Macomb County, Michigan. She has no regrets.
, The Atlantic
October 23, 2017
Can Puerto Rico build a state-of-the-art, renewable, distributed electric system better prepared to take on the needs of the island, and any future disasters?
October 6, 2017
The next round of the contest will look at how the city can improve the way it orders evacuations ahead of serious flooding.
The storm has turned most of Beaumont, Texas into “an island,” isolating a city of 120,000 residents, many who now find themselves scrambling for water.
, Special to Route Fifty
September 1, 2017
A massive influx of visitors to places along the “path of totality” is a public safety challenge and operational challenge.
STATE AND LOCAL NEWS ROUNDUP | There’s no budget contingency plan in South Dakota; Iowa DOT graphic designer hurt by public’s complaints; and “Baltimore has had more than enough time to think” about Confederate statue removal.
STATE AND LOCAL NEWS ROUNDUP | San José officials reject affordable housing for teachers proposal; designs are revealed for a new iconic bridge in Washington, D.C.; and Dayton sees inspiration in Chicago’s Magnificent Mile.
PHOTOS: One unlucky car was completely slimed in an unusual mucus from eel-like hagfish.
A citizen’s guide to wacky schemes, from impromptu hot tubs to “birthday parties.”
June 19, 2017
PHOTOS: As the start of summer nears, public works crews in the city of Coon Rapids were plowing through a winter landscape, of sorts.
The former mining town on the Upper Peninsula has made progress updating its water infrastructure. But there’s still work to be done.
But there are competing items on Congress’ legislative to-do list and the White House continues to grapple with controversies.
It’s an enemy that many water infrastructure managers are familiar with.
A visit to Arizona’s Avra Valley highlights advanced hydrological, technological and conservation solutions to the Tucson area’s water concerns.
The hundreds of millions of gallons of untreated waste that poured into Puget Sound in recent weeks will likely be a “moot point” during an even larger catastrophic event. What can be done to mitigate the risk?
He made his comments ahead of a National League of Cities advocacy day planned for Wednesday on Capitol Hill.
Blizzard conditions and 18 inches of snow in some places between Washington, D.C., and Boston are primed to disrupt the heavily populated region starting Monday night.
“Look, a trillion dollars is not going to come from the federal government,” said U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster, who chairs the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.
The call to cut consumption comes after an important pipeline was damaged amid larger regional disruptions from flooding and mudslides.
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