Gov. Andrew Cuomo is in New York City and Albany with no public schedule.

At 8:15 a.m., the Center for NYC Law at NY Law School holds a breakfast with DOI Commissioner Mark Peters on “Corruption Fighting in New York City: The Next Step,” 185 West Broadway, Manhattan.

From 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Bronx BP Ruben Diaz Jr. hosts the 16th annual “Bronx Bankers Breakfast,” featuring a keynote speech by New York City Economic Development Corp. President Kyle Kimball; Villa Barone Manor catering facility, 737 Throggs Neck Expressway, the Bronx.

At 10 a.m., NYC Councilman James Vacca Council Speaker Melissa mark-Viverito tour the CUNY Prep Campus, 2122 White Plains Rd., the Bronx.

Also at 10 a.m., an Assembly Committee hearing will be held on impacts of radon from natural gas on indoor air quality, 250 Broadway, Manhattan.

At 11 a.m., NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks at the Police Memorial Day ceremony, Lobby, One Police Plaza, Madison Street, Manhattan.

Also at 11 a.m., equal pay advocate Lilly Ledbetter joins Teamsters Local 237 President Gregory Floyd, Mark-Viverito, NYC Public Advocate Tish James and others to rally in support of resolving the pay disparity of school safety agents, City Hall steps, Manhattan.

At 1 p.m., state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman delivers the commencement address for Syracuse University College of Law, Syracuse University Carrier Dome, 900 Irving Ave., Syracuse.

At 2 p.m., the Senate holds a public forum on heroin and opioid abuse, Legislative Hearing Room, Sullivan County Government Center, 100 North St., Monticello.

At 2:15 p.m., de Blasio makes an announcement, Building 12, FDNY Fire Academy, 1 Randall’s Island, Manhattan.

At 6 p.m., Mark-Viverito joins actress Rosie Perez for a discussion on her new memoir: “Handbook for An Unpredictable Life: How I Survived Sister Renata and My Crazy Mother, and Still Came out Smiling (With Great Hair),” 1368 Fulton St., Brooklyn.

Also at 6 p.m., Westchester County Executive and GOP gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino will attend and deliver remarks at the Orange County Salute to Armed Forces, Villa Venezia, 2257 Goshen Turnpike, Middletown

At 8:30 p.m., Astorino will attend and deliver remarks at the Children’s Museum Gala, Playland Children’s Museum Bathhouse, Playland Parkway, Rye.

Headlines…

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio proposed a nearly $74 billion budget that predicts a 10 percent raise for city employees over seven years and provides retroactive pay increases to tens of thousands of workers, blowing wider than expected holes in future budgets.

The mayor’s budget also included significant new spending on education, social services and municipal payrolls — but virtually no service cuts or new channels of revenue.

Court papers show that Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his Moreland Commission had differing opinions on how much control the governor had over the now defunct corruption-busting body.

UFT President Mike Mulgrew said the contract deal he struck with de Blasio is the union’s best chance at winning a “war with reformers.”

Cuomo met with Long Island teachers who had protested his education policies at a large rally just 10 days ago, and said that straightening out the state’s teacher evaluation system was the “most pressing” education problem the state faces.

“Did you ever bribe Senator Bruno?” asked E. Stewart Jones. “Absolutely not,” Jared Abbruzzese replied.

Former top Pataki administration aide John Cahill is expected to announce his candidacy for attorney general on Sunday, a GOP official said.

Cuomo wants to reinvent the mass-transit system. But first he wants a commission to recommend how.

Here’s LG Bob Duffy’s official “I won’t be running” letter. He will, however, serve out the remainder of his current four-year term.

Potential Duffy replacements include: Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown, former Rep. Kathy Hochul, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney (though she reportedly won’t switch her party affiliation, which is a problem).

The Buffalo News adds a few more names: Assembly Majority Leader Joe Morelle; Leecia Eve, a Cuomo administration veteran who is now a Verizon executive; and Ulster County Executive Mike Hein.

“The Governor’s Office is so tight with information that nothing can happen in Albany without its say so.”

De Blasio picked a new fire commissioner. More here.

If the claims in a federal lawsuit brought by a principal, four teachers and three other school employees are accurate, the superintendent of the Greenburgh Central School District in Westchester County repeatedly disparaged his staff with bigoted terms, whether they were black or white, Jewish or Muslim, male or female, gay or heterosexual.

An Orthodox Jewish group in East Ramapo released a web advertisement as part of a campaign for a legislative change to the funding formula for the community’s public schools.

Americans may say they’re ready for presidential candidates named something other than Bush or Clinton, but Barbara Bush and Hillary Clinton remain the most admired first ladies of the last 25 years, according to a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll.

New York officials have identified 51 bridges statewide most at risk from repeated flooding, saying they need upgrades and retrofits that will cost more than $257 million.

The Democratic frontrunner to succeed retiring Long Island Assemblyman Harvey Weisenberg, Todd Kaminsky, is under criticism from supporters of embattled Rep. Michael Grimm for his role in the investigation that led to the indictment of the Staten Island congressman.

The state is considering a clean energy initiative that will bundle utility bill surcharges into one fund that can be used to expand New York’s renewable energy sources.