Revitalize Potter County’s website is up and running, Will Hunt, planning director of the county, announced during the last Potter County Commissioners meeting.

Revitalize Potter County has a variety of resources for residents to utilize, Hunt said. People can access local resources, unemployment opportunities, and state and federal organizations. Hunt said they will continue to work with representatives and local agencies to seek as much information and opportunities as the county continues to revitalize.

The website will be rolled out in four phases; it is currently moving through phase two. Phase three, according to Potter County Today, will include administering a grant/loan program to assist local businesses, engaging with partners from the agricultural, tourism, commercial business, manufacturing, education and other sectors for ongoing implementation of business support initiatives, and identifying agencies or organizations to carry out priorities identified by the work group and partners.

Revitalize Potter County can be found by visiting and clicking on “Community Development’ under the “Departments” tab.

The Potter County Commissioners have decided not to make any changes to its real estate schedule at this time, Commissioner Nancy Grupp said.

The commissioners reported 23 Potter County Human Services employees were furloughed as of April 27. Twelve Potter County employees were fully furloughed; 14 employees were partially furloughed. Eight Potter County employees have returned from furlough.

Jeanette Stuckey, Potter County auditor, retired, effective May 18.

As of June 1, the commissioners are considering allowing limited access into the Gunzburger Building.

The next meeting is scheduled for 11 a.m. June 4. During the pandemic, meetings will be held via teleconference. To participate, call 814-274-0844 and at the prompt enter PIN, 114477#.