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Safety Week 2016: Think outside the box

May is a big month for construction safety with both Safety Week 2016 and the National Safety Stand-Down occurring in the first week of the month. With jobsite injuries and fatalities occurring at such a high rate — nearly three times that of other industries...

source: By Danielle Manley
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The city of Chicago plans to deploy dry ice as a weapon in its ongoing battle against rats. Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Department of Streets and Sanitation announced the new rodent control measure Tuesday. To kill rats with dry ice, workers place a spoonful of it in a burrow...

source: Route Fifty

There is a growing awareness that good land use and planning can do much to reduce the impact of natural catastrophes. Communities that understand the risks they face and mitigate those risks become resilient and can experience sustainable outcomes when affected by natural...

source: Property Casualty 360

Let’s say you’re making a hard choice, one that could impact your life significantly. Every time you think you've settled on something, the other option tugs you back to its side. You end up where you started: It's a draw. Should you make ever-more-detailed...

source: Government Executive

Demographic data can say a lot about who lives in a city. It can also be an indicator of that city's finances. Generally speaking, if a city has a high number of residents who consume more public resources than they contribute to the tax base, there will more likely be...

source: Governing

Just as a school teacher roots for his students, the Center for Digital Government is hopeful every two years that each respondent to its Digital States Survey will astound with reports of their technological feats. Though a competition of sorts, the Digital States Survey...

source: Government Technology

Dallas residents may want the loose dogs and potholes to go away and more cops keeping criminals at bay in the next fiscal year, but they can't have it all. City leaders are saying they're concerned that a drive...

source: The Dallas Morning News


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