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Friday, February 15, 2013

Valentine’s Honors For Retired County Mapper


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Valentine’s Honors For Retired County Mapper

Staffers at the Potter County Planning Office, Tax Assessment and Tax Claim Bureau welcomed back an old friend for a Valentine’s Day pizza party. Tom Leete, who retired in December after serving as county mapper, has been recovering at home from a back injury. 

Over the years, he has served on the Potter County Planning Commission, Coudersport Borough Council, Coudersport Shade Tree Commission and other civic organizations. His mapping skills and historical knowledge have helped the county to integrate approved subdivision and land development plans into the tax assessment database and keep records updated and accurate.

 Welcoming him back on Valentine’s Day were (from left): kneeling/front — Gayle Potocek and Charlotte Dietrich; back — Karin Karr, Debbie Ostrom, Linda Gambino and Deanna Johnston.

1 comment :

Sue Mitchell said...

Great photo, Mr. Leete! Congratulations on a long and successful county career!