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Day Three: Mayor brings top staff to Queens to run city government

After heading to Citi Field to take in a Mets game Monday evening, Mayor Bill de Blasio has a full day scheduled for Tuesday in Queens.
Photo by Michael Appleton

Mayor Bill de Blasio and his commissioners had a busy schedule planned Wednesday on Day Three of City Hall in Your Borough as they listened to constituents, made announcements and toured facilities in Queens.

9 a.m. — Strategic Partnerships Director Fialkoff Leads “Queens at Work: Community-Based Solutions on Youth Employment and Career Readiness,” 22-25 Jackson Ave., Long Island City

10 a.m. — Deputy Mayor Palacio, HRA Administrator Bonilla and Council member Antonio Reynoso Host Tenant Roundtable (in Spanish)

St. Aloysius Roman Catholic Church Rectory, 18-17 Stanhope St., Ridgewood

10:30 a.m. — Parks Commissioner Silver Cuts Ribbon on Pat Williams Playground, 224th Street and 101st Avenue, Queens Village

11 a.m. — Emergency Management Commissioner Esposito Unveils High Water Mark Sign, Beach 98th Street and Shore Front Parkway, Rockaway Park

11 a.m. — Department of Design, DOT, Parks and Council member Elziabeth Crowley Open New Myrtle-Cooper Plaza, Corner of Myrtle and Cooper Avenues, Glendale

12 p.m. — DOT Commissioner Polly Trottenberg and Council member Donovan Richards Unveil Safety Improvements, PS 270, 233-15 Merrick Blvd., Rosedale

12 p.m. — S0cial Services Commissioner Steven Banks Demonstrates Improved AccessHRA App, HRA Office, 32-20 Northern Blvd., Long Island City

12:15 p.m. — Department for the Aging Commissioner Donna Corrado, state Sen. Joseph Addabbo and Assembly member Stacey Pheffer Amato Visit Senior Center, JASA Rockaway Park Senior Center, 106-20 Shore Front Parkway, Rockaway Park

2:30 p.m. — Deputy Mayor Richard Buery and DFTA Release “Age Friendly NYC: New Commitments for a City for All Ages,” Sunnyside Community Services, 43-31 39th St. Sunnyside

2:30 p.m. — Department of Housing Preservation Commissioner Maria Torres-Springer and Council member Donovan Richards Tour Edgemere, NYCHA Beach 41st Street Community Center, 426 Beach 40th St., Far Rockaway

3 p.m. — Housing Recovery Operations Director Amy Peterson and Council member Donovan Richards Attend Key Turnover, Beach 69th Street between Beach Channel Drive and Rockaway Beach Boulevard, Arverne

4 p.m. — Consumer Affairs Commissioner Lorelei Salas and Council member Costa Constantinides Conduct Business Education Day, 29-01 Broadway, Long Island City

4 p.m. — Deputy Mayor Richard Buery and Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities Commissioner Victor Calise Announce Second Edition of “AccessibleNYC,” JetBlue Headquarters, 27-01 Queens Plaza North, Long Island City

7 p.m. — Mayor de Blasio’s Town Hall with Council Member Costa Constantinides, PS 70, 30-44 43rd St., Astoria

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