Events for July 10, 2007

7 a.m. NYC Transit will distribute a rider report card on the 7 Line from the Main Street/Flushing stop to 90th Street/Elmhurst Avenue in Queens.

10 a.m. Assembly Republican Small Business Task Force will host a forum at Bay Ridge Manor, 476 76th Street, in Brooklyn.

10 a.m. The Subcommittee on Housing and Community Opportunity will hold a hearing on "Affordable Housing Preservation: Lessons from Starrett City" at the Brooklyn Sports Club, 1540 Van Siclen Avenue, in Brooklyn.

11 a.m. The Parks Department will break ground for City Line Park at Atlantic and Fountain avenues in Brooklyn.

3 p.m. Council member Tony Avella and Assemblyman Rory Lanceman will call on the Department of Buildings to investigate a "mega structure" being built in a single-family residential zoned district at 33-21 161st Street in Flushing, Queens.

5 p.m. The Parks Department will celebrate the completion of its street tree census at Oak Ridge, 1 Forest Park, in Queens.

6 p.m. Council member Helen Sears will host a street renaming ceremony in honor of Genesis Regalado, an 11-year-old girl killed in a crossfire, at the corner of 99th Street and 55th Avenue, in Corona, Queens.

7 p.m. Queens Republicans will have a Campaign Party to support Jane Deacy and Eric Ulrich, candidates for the 23rd Republican State Committee, at the Belle Harbor Yacht Club, 533 Beach 126th Street, in Belle Harbor, New York.

7 p.m. Sen. Marty Golden, the Bay Ridge Bensonhurst Beautification & Preservation Alliance and the Community Emergency Response Team CERT 1NYC will host a concert featuring the Strickly 60’s band at 79th Street and Shore Road in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.

Hillary Clinton will make a significant Iraq policy address in Des Moines, Iowa.

Rudy Giuliani will campaign in New Hampshire.

Events for July 10, 2007