Public servant Rosalie Richardson is stepping back



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A new chapter: After 12 years on the Hancock County Council and another 12 in school and township government, Rosalie Richardson is leaving public office to spend more time with her family. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)


GREENFIELD — Rosalie Richardson chuckles when asked why she spends hours on the daunting task of crunching numbers for county government.

Richardson is described by colleagues as one of the hardest working public servants in the county. But now, after 12 years on the Hancock County Council and a combined 12 more years in school and township government, Richardson said it’s time to take a step back from elected office.

Her many hours of dedication, many said, will be missed.

“That’s who I am – I volunteer for too much,” she said.

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