Events for November 30, 2006

The Citizens Budget Commission holds a panel discussion on how to better connect funding allocations and improved performance in the City’s budget at the NYU Conference Center within The Woolworth Building.

The National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS commemorates World AIDS Day on the steps of City Hall.

The Assembly holds a hearing on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority at 250 Broadway.

The Postal Service and elected officials will dedicate the Woodside Post Office Building in honor of Tom Manton.

Roger Toussaint addresses students at the Bronx Community College Gould Memorial Library.

Assemblyman Jose Peralta and Curtis Sliwa announce a South American initiative at the Assemblyman’s office in Jackson Heights.

Brooklyn youth mark World AIDS Day with a rally and march across the Brooklyn Bridge for AIDS education beginning in Brooklyn Borough Hall Plaza.

John Liu discusses transportation priorities at a forum sponsored by the Lexington Democratic Club at Brown Gardens.

The Council of Brooklyn Neighborhoods holds a public information session on the Atlantic Yards final environmental impact statement at Lafayette Presbyterian Church.

Bill Clinton, Sonia Gandhi and French Foreign Minister Philippe Douste-Blazy will mark World AIDS Day in New Delhi by announcing progress in increasing access to pediatric HIV/AIDS treatment.

—Nicole Brydson

Events for November 30, 2006