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By BECKY KARKEditor and general manager COVERT — This week Barbara Rose will close one chapter of her life and begin a new one.For the past eight years, Rose, 68, has served as supervisor of Covert Township.But this week, former township clerk Dennis Palgen, who defeated Rose in the August primary and ran unopposed in the November general election, will take over. I can walk away with m head up.”Rose made local history in 2008 when voters elected her supervisor.For Rose the loss is somewhat bittersweet.“I would have preferred he (Palgen) not run, but he was exercising his right to do so,” Rose said. Not only did she become the first female leader of the township, but the first black one.“I ran (for supervisor) because I wanted to give back to my community,” said Rose, who has been involved in politics for more than four decades.
After my last one month stay I just moved to Kyiv, Ukraine.But by 2008, she wanted to reside full time in Covert and give back to her own community.“Covert's my hometown. If it weren't for the people in Covert, I wouldn't have had the career I had,” she said.Prior to being elected to her first four-year term as township supervisor, Rose pledged to survey residents to see what concerns they had.True to her word, she surveyed voters as well as students attending Covert High School.“I thought it would be something good to do,” she said.“You have to get input.”Through her surveys she found that residents were concerned about Covert's economic appeal.