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Facilities Manager Magazine
May/June 2011
Sustaining Community Colleges

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Engaging our Community Colleges
by Darrel W. Meyer

Building a Business Case for Going Green
by Bill Harris and Neil Maldeis

Streamlining Your Emissions Inventory Updates
by John Stokes

The SEED Initiative
by Carolyn R. Teich

The Community College Perspective in the Emerging Green Economy
by Leith Sharp

Three Community College Case Studies
by Various


From the Editor
by Steve Glazner

Facilities Digest
by Anita Dosik

Executive Summary
Members Respond
by E. Lander Medlin

Membership Matters
Expanding Community College Involvement
by William R. Ward II

Consistent and Clutch
by Joe Whitefield

Coming Events
APPA 2011 Conference Preview
by Various

Knowledge Builders
Focusing on BOK Part 1: General Administration and Management
by Jack Hug

Power Tools
Real World Solutions to Your Toughest Energy Challenges
by William C. Johnson

Code Talkers
Practical Documents for Campus Security: NFPA 730 and 731
by Michael Anthony and Richard J. Davis

The Bookshelf
by Ted Weidner

New Products
by Gerry Van Treeck

Index of Advertisers
by Various

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