Events for February 3 – 5, 2007

Saturday

11 a.m. The city Office of New Schools holds new high school information fair at Martin Luther King, Jr. Educational Campus (122 Amsterdam Avenue, Manhattan).

12:30 p.m. Starrett City residents and advocates call on officials to block housing units from going to market rate apartments (City Christian Cultural Center, 12020 Flatlands Ave.)

1 p.m. Advocates ask Eliot Spitzer to change policy on access to driver license policy (101 Sixth Ave, 22nd Flr.).

2 p.m. Long Island state Senators discuss the impact of Spitzer’s proposed budget on Long Island property taxpayers (62 Fairfield Ave., Mineola).

Volunteers for Democrat Craig Johnson are car-pooling from Astoria and Bayside

And Christine Quinn is joined by 11 other council members on a trip to Israel.

Sunday

11 a.m. The city’s Office of New Schools holds new high school information fair at Martin Luther King, Jr. Educational Campus (122 Amsterdam Avenue, Manhattan).

11 a.m. NYC Comptroller Bill Thompson will appear on “Eyewitness News Up Close” with host Diana Williams [added].

Nassau Young Republicans campaign for Maureen O’Connell

Monday
7:15 a.m Spitzer campaigns with Craig Johnson at the LIRR station in Great Neck

1:00 p.m. Spitzer and education advocates make an announcement in the Blue Room at the state Capitol

7 p.m. Schools Chancellor Joel Klein attends meeting at PS 268 (133 East 53rd Street, BK)

— Azi Paybarah

Events for February 3 – 5, 2007