The historic Church of St. Ann & the Holy Trinity, with its open garden on Clinton Street, is one of Brooklyn's landmark jewels, but the upkeep of the building's physical plant remains difficult.  This week, the layoffs and pending departures of three key staff members have shocked the Brooklyn Heights community, and again have raised the issues of how costly the maintenance of that building envelope remains. Eagle photo by Don Evans

By Francesca Norsen Tate, Brooklyn Daily Eagle The historic Church of St. Ann & the Holy Trinity, with its open garden on Clinton Street, is one of Brooklyn’s landmark jewels. Indeed, celebrities, including the late Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Brooke Astor, joined the effort to save and restore the original William Jay Bolton stained-glass windows during the late 1970s Read More →