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‘We loved living here’: Rochester Mayor Caroline McCarley to say goodbye to city soon

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Mayor Caroline McCarley’s decision to retire and move out of the city she has grown to love is bittersweet.

McCarley said it is the right time for her family and she’ll leave knowing the city continues to move toward a positive future.

McCarley’s last day will be June 30. Then she and her husband will move to Brewster, Massachusetts, on the bayside of Cape Cod.

“We loved living here,” McCarley said. “I love the community. I am so happy my son Sam is going to stay here. I am pleased to have been a part of this community for so many years.”

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