State of ohio Spends Money
- Written by American City & County Administrator
- 5th October 2006
Energy efficiency firm helps Texas city upgrade over 3,600 water metersGatesville, Texas, is partnering with energy efficiency and renewable energy company Ameresco to replace thousands of outdated water meters and to migrate meter software to the cloud as part of an automatic metering infrastructure (AMI) project. As part of the project, Ameresco will replace 3,600 outmoded water meters with best-in-breed meters, according to a news […]
10 U.S. cities receive leadership grants to increase quality recyclablesJust one year after hosting its inaugural Leadership Summit, which saw a select 50 cities invited for a two-day recycling transformation and circular economy summit, The Recycling Partnership is partnering with 10 of those attending communities. The collaborations will impact 1.3 million households by significantly reducing contamination (trash and other non-recyclables in the recycling bin) […]
Three ways municipalities benefit from new winter-weather forecasting methodsWhen winter weather hits, even the most experienced drivers can struggle getting from point A to point B safely. Approximately 17 percent of all vehicle crashes happen during winter conditions, and — according to the Federal Highway Administration — weather-related accidents kill 5,000 people each year on average. Consequently, for local governments, ensuring our roads […]
Concealing 5G small cell sites in your cityIn the coming years, municipalities will want to work with carriers and tower companies to make sure small cell sites blend in with the aesthetics of city architecture and meet approval of street lighting committees.