Where The Pols Are, May 21

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is in Albany, Saratoga County and in the New York City area with no public schedule.

8:30 AM – New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer delivers remarks at the Eleanor’s Legacy Spring breakfast, Yale Club of New York City, 50 Vanderbilt Ave., Manhattan.

10:00 AM – Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and New York City Councilmen Ritchie Torres, Robert Cornegy Jr. and Mark Levine announce legislation that would codify the city’s ability to install and utilize remote temperature monitors to enforce the housing code, 509 W. 134th St., Manhattan.

11:00 AM – Council Member Vanessa Gibson joins Metro IAF, residents at Butler and Webster Houses, and local clergy in calling upon the de Blasio Administration to build more affordable senior citizen housing on vacant NYCHA land.1348 Webster Avenue, The Bronx.

11:00 AM – Rep. Adriano Espaillat, joined by Assemblyman Marco Crespo and community leaders, hold a press conference calling for secure housing for residents of Puerto Rico in support of the Housing Victims of Major Disasters Act, City Hall Park between Jacob Mould fountain and City Hall steps, Manhattan.

12:00 PM – Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Carranza meet with students at Manhattan Hunter Science High School to mark the first ever citywide student voter registration day. Manhattan Hunter High School for Science, 122 Amsterdam Avenue, Manhattan.

12:30 PM – New York City Public Advocate Letitia James and City Council Speaker Corey Johnson make an announcement, New York State Supreme Court steps, 60 Centre St., Manhattan.

5:00 PM – Mayor de Blasio will deliver remarks at the memorial service for Mary Sansone. St. Athanasius Church, 2154 61st Street, Brooklyn.

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