Gov. Andrew Cuomo is in New York City with no public schedule.
At 10 a.m., NYC Comptroller and mayoral candidate John Liu releases an audit of South Street Seaport, near entrance to the pier 17 shops, Fulton and South streets, Manhattan.
Also at 10 a.m., members of the NYC Campaign Finance Board meet; OATH Conference Room E, sixth floor, 40 Rector St., Manhattan.
At 11 a.m., Assemblyman Denny Farrell Jr., Broadway Mall Association Chairman Robert F. Herrmann, Manhattan BP Scott Stringer and NYC officials including Parks Commissioner Veronica White participate in a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark completed renovations of the Broadway Malls from 145th Street through 153rd Street; Broadway and 148th Street, Manhattan.
Also at 11 a.m., mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner announces proposals to create a nonprofit “czar” at City Hall and a commission on public-private engagement after preparing meals for distribution at Masbia of Flatbush, 1372 Coney Island Ave., Brooklyn.
At noon, NYC mayoral candidate Bill Thompson holds a press conference calling for the digitization of city building floor plans with the Uniformed EMTs, Paramedics & Fire Inspectors, Local 2507 and the Uniformed EMS Officers Union, Local 3621; EMS Battalion 4 Station House – 281 South St., Manhattan.
Also at noon, AG Eric Schneiderman, IDC leader Jeff Klein and NYC foreclosure victims highlight recently passed legislation that would end the state’s “shadow docket” and guarantee every homeowner a fair hearing, 2041 Lafayette Ave., the Bronx.
From noon to 1 p.m., Assemblyman Richard Gottfried, representatives of the Coalition for Positive Health Empowerment, the Harm Reduction Coalition, the National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS Inc. and OraSure Technologies Inc. and city and federal officials mark Thursday as “African American Hepatitis C Action Day”; steps, City Hall, Manhattan.
At 12:30 p.m., NYC Council Speaker and mayoral candidate Chris Quinn will receive an endorsement from Terry O’Neil, National President of the National Organization for Women, Robert F. Wagner Jr. Park, Hudson River Esplanade, 20 Battery Place, Manhattan.