After being little more than a four-faced liar for 16 months, the clock atop the Williamsburgh Savings Bank tower finally started telling the right time on Wednesday afternoon.
The timely event was highly anticipated throughout Brooklyn, considering that the four clocks in the crown of the 512-foot building — for now, the borough’s tallest — can be seen from Park Slope to DUMBO to Bedford-Stuyvesant.
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