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Councilman relaunches bid to make Jackie Robinson’s Tilden Avenue home a landmark

Councilman Jumaane Williams has started a national petition

Councilman Jumaane Williams has started a national petition to dedicate the Tilden Avenue home, which has already garnered 9,000 signatures. (Credit: News 12)

After the city rejected a bid to make Jackie Robinson’s East Flatbush home a landmark last year, one councilman says he’s not giving up the fight.

Councilman Jumaane Williams has started a national petition to dedicate the Tilden Avenue home, which has already garnered 9,000 signatures.

Williams says Jackie Robinson’s accomplishments should be celebrated and Brooklyn should know he...

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