10 a.m. Michael Bloomberg receives an award for his work on PlaNYC, at 202 West 97th Street.
10 a.m. Departing Post reporter Maggie Haberman, and NYPIRG’s Blair Horner, talk to Fred Dicker.
10 a.m. Liz Crowley, Margaret Chin, Scott Stringer and others rally against closing fire houses, at 42 South Street.
10 a.m. The City Council has a hearing on data collection practices at the Department of Juvenile Justice, at 250 Broadway.
10 a.m. Bill Perkins chairs a hearing on public authorities, in Albany.
11 a.m. Bloomberg announces plans to re-open Harlem School of the Arts, at 645 Saint Nicholas Avenue.
11 a.m. The City Council has a hearing on legislation to require the mayor to create a “business owners bill of rights,” at 250 Broadway.
11:30 a.m. Christine Quinn discusses ways to fight predatory equity, at 3018 Health Avenue.
1 p.m. Democratic donors to Steve Levy demand a refund, at 100 Veterans Memorial Highway, in Hauppauge.
1 p.m. The City Council has a hearing on childcare services at CUNY, at 250 Broadway.
3 p.m. Eric Schneiderman receives the endorsement of a sanitation workers union, at 25 Cliff Street.
5 p.m. David Paterson does an interview with Jim Reith, on WSYR 570.
5 p.m. Quinn attends an event at the LGBT Center, at 208 West 13th Street.
5 p.m. Rick Lazio meets with St. Lawrence County Republicans, at 20 Market Street, in Ogdensburg.
7 p.m. Bloomberg attends Lubavitch Youth Organization Reception, at Cipriani Wall Street.