9 a.m. The State Senate has a hearing about local government, in room 804 of the LOB, in Albany.
10 a.m. Mike Long and Joe Mondello join Rick Lazio as he pledges “to never raise taxes,” at 100 Supreme Court Drive, in Mineola.
10 a.m. Bob McMannus talks to Fred Dicker.
10 a.m. The Council has a budget hearing on education, in the Council Chambers at City Hall.
10 a.m. The State Senate has a hearing on corporations and authorities, in room 816 of the LOB, in Albany.
11:30 a.m. Michael Bloomberg encourages New Yorkers to fill out their Census forms, at 3208 Fulton Street in Brooklyn.
12:30 p.m. The State Senate has a hearing on spending at the Dept. of Corrections, in room 124 in the state capitol building, in Albany.
1 p.m. David Paterson receives the final report from the Task Force on Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises, in the Red Room at the Capitol.
1 p.m. The State Senate has a hearing on “modernizing” the “alcohol beverage control laws,” in room 711-A of the LOB, in Albany.
1 p.m. The Council has a hearing on process servers, at 250 Broadway.
1:30 p.m. The Council has a hearing on credit unions and banks, at 250 Broadway.
2 p.m. Long joins Lazio as he signs the “never raise taxes” pledge in Hanover Square in Syracuse.
2 p.m. The Council has a budget hearing on parks, in the Council Chambers at City Hall.
2 p.m. The Council has a hearing on “protecting children who qualify for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status,” at 250 Broadway.
3 p.m. The State Senate goes into session, in Albany.
6:45 p.m. Bloomberg attends the World Police & Fire Games Benefit Gala, at the Marriot.
7 p.m. Manhattan Young Democrats honor people “working to close the gender gap,” at Nikki Beach Midtown.