Events for November 16, 2006

Time’s Up! holds a press conference on the amount of taxpayer dollars spent on the police response to the Critical Mass bike rides on the steps of City Hall.

Former Czech President Vaclav Havel, former Norwegian Prime Minister Kjell Magne Bondevick, and Elie Wiesel discuss a report urging UN action on North Korean human rights violations at the UN.

The Port Authority Board of Commissioners holds their monthly meeting at Port Authority headquarters.

Andrea Stewart-Cousins, along with David Paterson, Malcolm Smith and Liz Krueger, announces the Senator-elect’s victory in the 35th state senate district at the Westchester County Courthouse.

The New York Young Republican Club holds its November meeting with the New York Post’s Ryan Sager at the Union League Club.

Also the City Council will release a report on “how to strengthen the State’s ailing hospitals and ensure that all New Yorkers have access to affordable health care.” [added].

And House Democrats vote on whether Jack Murtha or Steny Hoyer should be their majority leader[added].

—Nicole Brydson

Events for November 16, 2006