Events for Wednesday, November 7, 2007

8:30 a.m. The New York City Economic Development Corporation meets, at 110 William Street.  

9 a.m. A dialogue between Muslim and Jewish Americans takes place at 124 East 58th Street.

Noon. Andrew Cuomo discusses his investigation into the mortgage industry, on the 25th Floor at 120 Broadway.

1 p.m. The City Council Committee on Mental Health hold a hearing in the City Council Chambers, at City Hall.

5:30 p.m. Union members and Co-Op City tenants rally for a new contract , in Co-Op City, the Bronx.

6 p.m. The MTA holds a public hearing on the proposed fare and toll hikes, at 135-20 39th Avenue, Queens.

6 p.m. Charles Hynes honors the legacy of the late Judge Posner, 320 Jay Street, Brooklyn.

6:30 p.m. John Catsimatidis, and his wife, are honored by the Children’s Tumor Foundation, at 55 Wall Street.

6:30 p.m. John Liu participates in a forum about hate crimes, in the Medical Arts Building at Queensboro Community College.

7:30 p.m. Joel Klein speaks at the Coalition for Asian-American Children and Families Awards Gala, at 11 Fulton Street, Manhattan.

Hillary Clinton campaigns in New Hampshire.

Rudy Giuliani makes an endorsement announcement in D.C., and campaigns in South Carolina.

Barack Obama gives a major speech in Iowa.

John McCain has a town hall meeting, and a fund-raiser in Michigan.

Mitt Romney gives a speech in South Carolina.

Mike Huckabee gives a speech in Iowa.

Chris Dodd campaigns in Iowa.