Events for November 14, 2006

Quinnipiac University releases its poll on Mike Bloomberg at City Hall.

The Mayor dedicates the new headquarters of the American Red Cross in Greater New York at 520 West 49th Street.

Habitat for Humanity NYC demonstrates Integrated Concrete Forms – a new green building material used for Habitat homes in Brooklyn – in Bedford-Stuyvesant.

Queens Borough President Helen Marshall releases a health care analysis of Queens at Queens Borough Hall.

The Harlem River Park renovation breaks ground at Lexington Avenue and 129th Street.

Betsy Gotbaum releases e-mails she has received from public school parents calling for an end to the cell phone ban on the steps of City Hall.

The Council Committee on Consumer Affairs votes on a resolution calling on the State Public Service Commission to approve the use of “smart meters” in residential apartments at 250 Broadway.

The United Nations Foundation launches a campaign to combat malaria.

Random House hosts a discussion with David McCullough at their headquarters.

Manhattan’s Community Board 8 holds a meeting for its Second Avenue Subway Task Force at the Hunter College School of Social Work.

Staten Island DA Dan Donovan hosts a roundtable on public safety issues with Latino leaders at his office.

John Edwards signs copies of his book “Home: The Blueprints of Our Lives” at the 82nd Street Barnes & Noble.

Former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin is honored at the Concord Coalition’s 13th Annual Economic Patriots Dinner at the Pierre Hotel.

—Nicole Brydson

Events for November 14, 2006