Long-time Charleston Mayor Joe Riley had a saying when people at conferences would ask him how to improve their cities: “Take care of the corners, and the rest of the block will take care of itself.” In Columbia, two corners of interest are parking lots at the intersection of Gervais and Assembly streets.
Long-time Charleston Mayor Joe Riley had a saying when people at conferences would ask him how to improve their cities: “Take care of the corners, and the rest of the block will take care of itself.” In Columbia, two corners of interest are parking lots at the intersection of Gervais and Assembly streets. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
Long-time Charleston Mayor Joe Riley had a saying when people at conferences would ask him how to improve their cities: “Take care of the corners, and the rest of the block will take care of itself.” In Columbia, two corners of interest are parking lots at the intersection of Gervais and Assembly streets. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

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