Following the reorganization meeting on Monday, Roulette Township Supervisor Jeremy Morey said voting to invest money into a PLGIT account and using Geographic Information System were among the items discussed at the regular session.

Morey, who was re-elected as chairman during reorganization, said the supervisors agreed to reach out to Will Hunt, with the Potter County Planning Commission, to inquire about using GIS mapping, to chart township assets. According to a January 2019 article in The Municipal, a magazine designed for local governments like Roulette, “data derived from Geographic Information Systems is key for many municipalities and governments looking to improve the level of service they provide their community.”

Morey also said the supervisors voted to invest $100 of state funds and 10% of water and sewer monthly profits into a Pennsylvania Local Government Investment Trust account.

Jerry Drabert spoke during public comment, Morey said, asking whether or not the township had a Zito Media franchise agreement, to which the supervisors answered that they do. In addition to Morey’s election to chairman, Kathy Barrett and Gabby Milford were appointed as auditors during the reorganization.

The next regular session is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 11.