Events for October 10, 2007

7:30 a.m. Travel industry executives will discuss environmental and poverty issues at Conde Nast Traveler's World Savers Congress at Gotham Hall, 1350 Broadway at 36th Street.

8:30 a.m. Council Speaker Christine Quinn will keynote the Association for a Better New York Breakfast at the Sheraton New York, 811 Seventh Avenue at 52nd Street.

10 a.m. The Committee on Consumer Affairs will have a public hearing on the increase of homeowner policy terminations in coastal areas of the city, and consider a resolution calling on the State Legislature to pass legislation that would lower the percentage of homeowners' insurance policies a company may cancel or refuse to renew without the approval of the New York State Insurance Department at City Hall.

10 a.m. A new playground will be dedicated at at P.S. 64 Pura Belpre School, 1425 Walton Avenue, in the Bronx.

10 a.m. The city’s Department for the Aging will lead their annual Senior Stroll at Orchard Beach in the Bronx.

11:38 a.m. Roses will be handed out an launch of a jewelry collection for straight couples who support same-sex marriage at the Wedding Tent at Luna Park Restaurant in Union Square at 16th Street.

Noon. Assemblyman Peter Rivera will unveil mental health initiatives targeting the Latino community on the City Hall steps.

1 p.m. The Committee on Housing and Buildings will consider a local law about notifying residents about an intent to demolish certain rent regulated housing accommodations.

1 p.m. Committees on Technology in Government and Economic Development will consider a report on the city's technology business sector at City Hall.

2 p.m. Beth Israel's Phillips ambulatory Care Center will host a seminar for home health care aids for sexually active seniors at 10 Union Square East.

2:30 p.m. The World Day Against the Death Penalty conference will take place at the Church Center, 777 UN Plaza.

4 p.m. Former President Bill Clinton will announce a partnership on behalf of the William J. Clinton Foundation and Audemars Piguet at the Four Seasons Hotel Cosmopolitan Suite, 57 East 57th Street between Park and Madison avenues.

4 p.m. Students and educators will discuss the “over-policing” of NYC public schools on the City Hall steps.

7 p.m. Latin Dreams @ Manor, a party to benefit Columbian refugees, will be held at Manor, 73 Eighth Avenue between 13th and 14th streets.