Events for October 10, 2006

Chuck Schumer attends a fundraiser for Laura Monte, democrat running for the 142nd Assembly district.

Lakeview Apartment Mitchell-Lama tenants hold a rally protesting possible displacement at Fifth Avenue and East 106th Street.

Jeb Bush and Mike Bloomberg speak at the Association for a Better New York Breakfast at the Hilton New York.

Ed Towns and the U.S. Department of Commerce announce the creation of a Global Trade Development Center at Medgar Evers College.

Lewis Fidler dedicates the corner of Kings Highway and East 35th Street in Brooklyn in honor of 9/11 hero Abe Zelmanowitz.

Tom Suozzi demonstrates kitchen fire safety and prevention tips at the Francis X. Pendle Nassau County Firefighters Museum & Education Center in Garden City.

Nassau Comptroller Howard Weitzman releases a report showing that Nassau residents are being shortchanged on their STAR rebate checks at his office in Mineola.

Yonkers Mayor Phil Amicone endorses Nick Spano and announces a new advertising campaign at Spano’s Campaign Headquarters in Yonkers.

Tom Duane condemns the state’s order that city HIV/AIDS Services Administration increase rent contribution requirements from clients in government funded housing in front of their headquarters.

John Faso attends a fundraiser hosted by Rudy Giuliani at the St. Regis Hotel.

Eliot Spitzer, David Paterson, Liz Krueger and Eric Schneiderman attend a fundraiser for the NYS DSCC.

Dan Donovan hosts a “Roundtable on Public Safety Issues” at his office in Staten Island.

Common Good and United Federation of Teachers hold a panel discussion on bureaucratic rules and regulations in public schools at the Harvard Club.

Sheryl Crow presents Bill Clinton with the Humanitarian of the Year Award at the T.J. Martell Foundation’s 31st Annual Gala at the Marriott Marquis.

Tim Bishop calls on Congress to provide health funding for 9/11 first responders at the Kings Park Fire Department.

—Nicole Brydson

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