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Andrew Spencer, KSL Newsradio Last night was Rocky Anderson's final council meeting as Mayor.
Even though he served as Salt Lake City's mayor for eight years, nostalgia won't be calling Anderson any time soon.
"There's been a bittersweet aspect to it, of course. It's been an amazing eight years, but I won't much miss most of these meetings, I can tell you that," he said.
Anderson addressed to the city council, and council members, many of whom have criticized him in the past, gave him a congenial farewell.
They also gave him a copy of the novel "The Jungle" as a going-away present.