Events for Wednesday, March 12, 2008
10 a.m. Quinnipiac University releases NYC NYC
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NYC New York City voters poll on Mayor Michael Bloomberg; Room 9, City Hall.
10 a.m. Union announces shuttle service for public housing residents affected by closing of a supermarket and laundry by luxury condo developer; Myrtle Avenue and St. Edward's Street, Fort Greene, Brooklyn Fort Greene is a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Brooklyn. Fort Greene is listed on the New York State Registry and on the National Register of Historic Places, and is a New York City-designated Historic District. .
10:45 a.m. Transportation Committee hearing on pedestrian and bicycle safety legislation; City Hall, Committee Room.
11 a.m. Maria Cuomo-Cole and Matilda Cuomo visit the Trey Whitfield School Trey Whitfield School is an elementary schools in Brooklyn, New York. The school has many activities including basketball, computer, choir, and drama. The grades range from pre-k to 8th grade and there can be more than one class per grade depending on how many students there are. ; 17 Hinsdale St., Brooklyn.
11 a.m. Continental Airline pilots rally in support of contract negotiations; Broad Street and Exchange Place.
11:30 a.m. Newark Mayor Cory Booker addresses UJA-Federation of New York's Annual REX REX - The original name for Restructured EXtended eXecutor. Luncheon; Waldorf-Astoria, Park Avenue and 50th Street.
12 p.m. Council Member Helen Foster introduces legislation that would require City agencies to closely track racial and gender data; City Hall Steps.
12 p.m. NBC NBC
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12:30 p.m. Port Authority Executive Director Anthony Shorris and developer Larry Silverstein discuss World Trade Center progress at New York Building Congress Luncheon forum; Ritz-Carlton New York, Battery Park, 2 West St., at corner of Battery Place.
5 p.m. The Fund for the City of New York present six New York City New York City: see New York, city.
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City (pop., 2000: 8,008,278), southeastern New York, at the mouth of the Hudson River. The largest city in the U.S. government employees with the 2008 Sloan Public Service Award; The Great Hall at Cooper Union, Seventh Street and Third Avenue.
6:30 p.m. Asian Americans for Equality Lunar New Year Lunar New Year may refer to the beginning of the year in several calendars. It is commonly assumed that they are all based on a lunar calendar. However, this is not the case. Banquet at Jing jing (jing) [Chinese] one of the basic substances that according to traditional Chinese medicine pervade the body, usually translated as "essence"; the body reserves or constitutional makeup, replenished by food and rest, that supports Fong Restaurant, 20 Elizabeth Street.
5:30 p.m. Jonathan Bing's 38th Birthday Fund-raiser at the Crowe's Nest, 1804 Second Avenue.
7. p.m. DL21C's hosts Doug Schoen, author of Declaring Independence:The Beginning of the End of the Two-Party System, founding partner of Penn, Schoen & Berland and former pollster for Bill Clinton and Michael Bloomberg. Books available for purchase and signing on-site; O'Lunney's Pub, 145 W 45th Street (upstairs, East Side lounge).
7 p.m. Council Member Leroy Comrie co-hosts community health symposium; York College, 94-50 Guy R. Brewer Boulevard, Jamaica, Queens.
2 p.m. Nassau County comptroller discusses Gov. Spitzer's proposed reforms of special districts; 48 Shelter Rock Road, Manhasset.