Events for Monday, November 3, 2008

8:20 a.m. David Paterson is interviewed live on the John Gambling show, WOR 710 AM.

8:35 a.m. Paterson is interviewed on the Errol Louis show, WWRL 1600 AM.

9:30 a.m. Michael Bloomberg signs the term-limits bill in the Blue Room at City Hall.

10 a.m. The city Campaign Finance Board meets in OATH Conference Room E, on the sixth floor of 40 Rector Street.

5 p.m. The Coles Science Center at N.Y.U.'s Bobst Library hosts a symposium on "Tonnage and Toxicity: Visible and Invisible Solid Waste Problems in the Contemporary United States," a lecture by Samantha MacBride, deputy director of the city Department of Sanitation. In the Avery Room on the 2nd floor of the Bobst Library.

6 p.m. Economist Jeff Madrick delivers a lecture on strategies for economic and political stability based on his book The Case for Big Government. In Wollman Hall, on the fifth floor of the Eugene Lang Building, 65 West 11th Street.

7:30 Bloomberg speaks at the New York Public Library's annual Library Lions benefit. At the NYPL, Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street.

8 p.m. Election-eve get-out-the-vote party at the Highline Ballroom with Joss Stone, Robert Randolph and others, 431 West 16th Street.