Potter County Planning Commission. 1992. Allegheny River Watershed, Volume I Executive Summary. 26 p. [WBI-58].
Contains background information concerning the watershed stormwater management plan, the purpose of the study and the plan format. Physical characteristics of a watershed are covered as are developing and calibrating a plan model and runoff control strategy. Also included are the watershed level storm water management release rates, descriptions of performance standard districts, subregional storage, No Harm and Hardship options. Additional information can be found on a stormwater control determination chart, a release rate percentage table and a subarea peak flow table.
Potter County Planning Commission. 1992. Allegheny River Watershed, Volume II Plan Contents. 144 p. [WBI-59].
As stated in the Allegheny River Watershed, Volume II Plan Contents , "Volume II provides the purpose of the study, data collection, identification of existing problems, present conditions, projected and alternative land development patterns and the model ordinance. Volume II also assess the impact of managing storm water by utilizing the criteria and standards set forth in this plan. The technical appendices provide all of the supporting data, procedures, parameters and watershed modeling."
Potter County Soil and Water Conservation District. 1972. The Long
Range Plan of Potter County. 48 p. [WBI-60].
The plan contains information concerning the district program, its organization and administrative policies as well as the district objectives and services. An inventory of the county resources is included and broken down into the following: a) geology, b) soils, c) agriculture, d) woodland, e) rural-urban, f) water, and g) recreation. Maps tables and statistics accompany each section.
Mansfield State College. 1976. Growth, Change, and the Quality of
Life: Planning for Potter County. Published
report. 52 p. [WBI-61].
Document contains the reports from nine weekly 2-hour sessions in the Coudersport, Galeton, and Ulysses communities. The sessions were held from mid-April through early June of 1976. Professors from Mansfield State College conducted the sessions. Residents from the communities were invited to attend the sessions and voice their concerns about the county. Summaries of each meeting are found in the report. A copy of the questionnaire that was mailed to all who attended the final meeting at the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum is included along with the statistical information gathered from the questionnaire. Copies of newspaper clippings advertising the meetings are included
United States Department of Agriculture. 1958. Soil Survey of Potter
County Pennsylvania. Published report. 101 p. [WBI-62].
Information found in this survey describes the soil types found within the county and shows their location on a map. An index map serves as a guide to finding the individual maps. The individual map sheets have soil type boundaries outlined and coded. All areas with the same code are the same soil type. Soil types are explained and classified into management groups. Management practices for each group are included in an effort to increase crop yield and improve farm practices.