Bill Wolpin

Editorial Director/Associate Publisher, American City & County

Bill Wolpin is the Associate Publisher and Editorial Director of American City & County, Government Product News and Government Procurement magazines. Bill has judged several national magazine and engineering award competitions, and has been a speaker at the magazine industry's leading conference as well as several solid waste and government association events. His magazines have won more than 80 national, regional and state awards for excellence, including a 2001 Jesse H. Neal Award for his editorials in Waste Age, four Folio Gold Editorial Excellence Awards and a Gold Ozzie. He also was a 2005 Neal Award finalist for his editorials in American City & County.

Bill has received an employee excellence award, a CEO Award and was a finalist for employee of the year. In 2003, he was the recipient of the Lawrence Lecture award, the highest honor bestowed by the Solid Waste Association of North America. In 2006 Magazine Association of the Southeast, where he served as president and member of the executive board, selected him for its Hall of Fame.

Posts by Bill Wolpin

in Viewpoints Jul 10, 2017

You gotta believe

Americans have to believe that its infrastructure is critical to our country’s future. If they don’t, we will be driving on the road to nowhere with....More
in Viewpoints Jan 29, 2014

The night snow drove old Dixie down

Snow doesn't visit Atlanta often, but one thing is clear when it does: nobody’s prepared....More
in Viewpoints May 20, 2013

Lying and cheating and stealing, oh my!

Public or private, some people are just corrupt....More
Publisher Bill Wolpin
in Viewpoints Feb 13, 2013

Editor's Viewpoint: The standards should not be this poor

Feds demand $5 billion from Standard and Poors....More
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in Viewpoints Jan 09, 2013

Editor's Viewpoint: Mentoring local youth pays dividends

The gift that keeps on giving....More
in Viewpoints Nov 13, 2012

Editor's Viewpoint: Politics makes strange smells

This just in: Researchers at Washington-based Scientists Center for Dangerous Smells has determined that national elections are the nation's largest....More
in Viewpoints Oct 10, 2012

Editor's Viewpoint: Freely speaking in all tongues

Free speech isn't really free, it comes with a price. We are all facing a brave new free speech world since we crossed the border into the online....More
in Viewpoints Aug 08, 2012

Editor's Viewpoint: 'Round and 'round we go, and where we stop

Georgia's failed transportation vote shows the public's lack of confidence in government....More

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