Notable mayors in U.S. history

POSTED: 1:03 PM Feb 01 2013   UPDATED: 1:45 PM Feb 28 2013

Outspoken former New York City mayor Ed Koch died today died of congestive heart failure at the age of 88. Take a look at other notable mayors from around the U.S.

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Ed Koch, the outspoken former New York City mayor who typically greeted constituents with a "How'm I doin'?" died Friday at the age of 88. After serving three terms as mayor, he practiced law, hosted a radio show, was a newspaper columnist and made countless appearances on TV series as himself. Koch's ebullient personality made him a particular notable and popular public figure nationwide.

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