Events for Thursday, November 4, 2008

10 a.m. The Transportation Committee to examine taxicab mileage mandate. In Council Chambers at City Hall.

11 a.m. Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer joins the New York City alliance Against Sexual Assaults to announce the availability of a resource map for teenage victims of sexual violence. On the steps of City Hall.

11 a.m. Members of the National Latino Officers Association urge David Paterson to appoint Latinos. Outside 633 Third Avenue.

11:30 a.m. State Senator Jeffrey Klein to release "top ten banks responsible for foreclosing on New Yorkers during holiday season." He also calls on the State to mandate modified banks loans. At Liberty Plaza, Broadway and Liberty Street.

12:15 p.m. A Memorial service for Mumbai terror victims held at Chabad Lubavitch of Midtown Manhattan, 509 Fifth Avenue, between 42nd and 43rd Streets.

12:30 p.m. Council Members deliver letters to Michael Bloomberg demanding reconsideration of proposed senior center modernization plan. On the steps of City Hall.

12:30 p.m. Assembly hearing on the Department of Environmental Conservation budget at 90 Church Street, conference room A-B, 4th floor.

1 p.m. Vito Lopez chairs an Assembly hearing on affordable housing. At 250 Broadway, 19th floor.

1 p.m. David Paterson holds news conference on findings of M.T.A. Financing Commission. At the Executive Chamber Press Room, 38th floor, 633 Third Avenue.

7 p.m. An interfaith memorial will be held for Mumbai terror victims at Queensborough Community College, Room S111 of the Science Building, 222-05 56th Avenue, Bayside.

7 p.m. Park Slope holds monthly Civic Council Meeting at the YMCA on Ninth Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues.

8 p.m. Michael Bloomberg hosts a holiday party for Mayor's Office employees at Gracie Mansion.


11 a.m. Former New York Governor Mario Cuomo to attend ground breaking of the Blumenfeld Center for Pediatric Medicine at Schneider Children's Hospital. 269-01 76th Avenue, New Hyde Park.

Noon. Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy will cut the ribbon of new Digital Mammography Unit. At Suffolk County Health Center, 300 Center Drive, Riverhead.

7:30 p.m. Memorial services held for Mumbai terror victims at the Chabad Center, 87 Coram-Mt. Sinai Road, in Coram.


2 p.m. A conference call led by Assemblyman Brian Kolb discusses crisis in the U.S. auto industry: the Congressional response and affect on Long Island communities. At 877-842-5648. Call ID: 1312908. Events for Thursday, November 4, 2008