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EXIT STAGE LEFT
40 years later, Riley leaves office with mixed emotions.
When Joseph P. Riley Jr. exits his office in the stately City Hall building at the corner of Broad and Meeting for the final time in January 2016, he’ll leave behind an impressive legacy and a standard of excellence in government that will be difficult to match for whoever is fortunate enough to replace him as the mayor of Charleston. During his four decades in office, Riley has earned an array of honors related to the redevelopment of the Charleston peninsula, held several national leadership positions, guided the city through the aftermath of Hurricane Hugo and helped establish Spoleto Festival U.S.A. And, over his own objections, he received the distinction of having a baseball stadium named in his honor. As he approaches his 40th year in office, the 71-year-old Riley has mixed emotions about relinquishing the position he has held since 1976. He would certainly like his busy life to slow down just a tad, but he is concerned about losing his enthusiasm for the job midway th...
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