COMMUNITY BOARDS APPROVE BROOKLYN LIBRARY SIGNAGE

The home of Clinton Hill’s “Hamilton” is getting a new marquee. Brooklyn Public Library wants to install brighter signs outside its Clinton Hill branch — best known for a storytime session that is so popular, parents compare it to the hit Broadway show — because the current ones are so dingy that passersby don’t even realize what the building is, the woman in charge of the revamp told Community Board 2’s land-use committee on Wednesday night.
By: Lauren Gill
Brooklyn Paper
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