7 a.m. Mike Gravel speaks with Alison Stewart and Luke Burbank of NPR’s The Bryant Park Project.
9:10 a.m. Hillary Clinton and Laura Bush join unveil legislation related to the Preserve America/Save America’s Treasures programs, at 144 Constitution Avenue.
9:30 a.m. The state Senate will have a hearing on DMV technology, in Albany.
9:30 a.m. The Pesticide Community Advisory Committee meets at Timberpoint Golf Course Country Club, on Long Island.
10 a.m. Malcolm Smith announces the opening of a New York In China Center, on the 24th Floor of 1540 Broadway.
10 a.m. Fred Dicker discusses the latest Quinnipiac public opinion poll, and interview James Tedisco, on WROW.
10 a.m. The Youth Services Committee of the City Council meets in the Committee Room of City Hall.
11 a.m. The Nassau County Board of Assessors Chairman responds to complaints about the annual reassessment, at 240 Old Country Road, in Mineola.
11 a.m. Advocates protest discrimination at pharmacies, at 50-15 Roosevelt Avenue, Queens.
12:15 p.m. Soldiers that worked at Ground Zero as first responders are honored, at 7 World Trade Center.
6 p.m. The New York City Traffic Congestion Mitigation Commission meets inside Theatre C of Hostos Community College, in the Bronx.
7 p.m. An exhibit about Jane Jacobs is discussed at 131 East 10th Street.
7 p.m. Nancy Pelosi speaks with Robert Siegel from NPR’s All Things Considered.