9 a.m. The Landmarks Preservation Commission holds public meeting on the proposal for a new building at St. Vincent Hospital Manhattan. The Kimmel Center, Eisner and Lubin Auditorium, fourth floor, 60 Washington Square South.
10 a.m. City Council’s Transportation Committee hosts joint oversight hearing with the Finance Committee to review findings of the Ravitch Commission Report. At City Hall Chambers.
10 a.m. The New York City Business Relocation Assistance Corporation annual meeting will be held at 110 William Street on the seventh floor.
10 a.m. Congressman-Elect Michael E. McMahon visits “Salute To Broadway,” an arts education program he funded. P.S. 13, 191 Vermont Avenue.
10 a.m. The Board of Health meeting will be held at 125 Worth Street in the third floor boardroom.
10:30 a.m. The president of the L.I.R.R. and the commissioner of Long Island MacArthur Airport will hold a news conference to announce discount fare package to Long Island MacArthur Airport. At the L.I.R.R. terminal at Penn Station.
10:30 a.m. City College of New York and the E.P.A. will sign a memorandum of “understanding to build long-term recruitment and educational relationship.” At City College, Room 250, Shepard Hall, 160 Convent Avenue.
Noon. Council Member Tony Avella and the League of Humane Voters announce resolution requesting “education department increases and instruction on humane treatment and the protection of animals.” On the steps of City Hall.
12:30 p.m. Comptroller William C. Thompson Jr. and advocates call on City Hall and the M.T.A. to stop Access-A-Ride fare hike. Room 1200, One Centre Street.
5 p.m. Transit workers, students and teachers protest the M.T.A. budget at M.T.A. headquarters, 347 Madison Avenue.
5 p.m. Gowanus Green Partners holds “public scoping meeting” at Brooklyn Borough Hall, second floor auditorium, in the Court Room of 209 Joralemon Street.
6 p.m. The Brooklyn Preservation Council to meet at Brooklyn Borough Hall in the first floor conference room.
6:30 p.m. David Paterson keynotes 100 Black Men Inc. celebration at the Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State Office Building, 163 West 125th Street.
10:15 a.m. Suffolk County Legislature will vote on a resolution to join a lawsuit against Poospatuck Reservation smoke shops. At William H. Rogers Legislature Building, 725 Veterans Memorial Highway, Smithtown.
12:30 p.m. Suffolk County Legislator Wayne R. Horsley holds news conference to support the passage of Natalie’s Law to fight heroin trafficking. At the William H. Rogers Building, 725 Veterans Memorial Highway, Hauppauge.
1 p.m. The Nassau County Board of Health monthly meeting is held at 106 Charles Lindbergh Boulevard, Uniondale.