Gov. Andrew Cuomo reportedly will be in Batavia today to announce what he says will be details of a new partnership that will create hundreds of new jobs at an idle dairy facility.

The deal’s worth $205 million — one that will revive the former Muller Quaker Dairy plant under new ownership, along with a new vision Cuomo announced he will detail at a 12:30 p.m. event today.

In D.C. this afternoon, President Donald Trump will meet with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin, Secretary of Defense James Mattis, and National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster.

At 8 a.m., Rep. Adriano Espaillat hosts the State of Emergency: Small Business Summit, featuring Rep. Nydia Velazquez and Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer, Yeshiva University, Weissberg Commons, West 184th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, Manhattan.

At 9 a.m., the NYC Board of Correction holds a public meeting, 125 Worth St., Manhattan.

At 10 a.m., LG Kathy Hochul and state Labor Commissioner Roberta Reardon hold a public hearing on the causes, scope and economic impact of the gender pay gap in New York, Rosamond Gifford Zoo, 1 Conservation Place, Syracuse.

Also at 10 a.m., NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio and First Lady McCray will attend the funeral of NYPD Officer Miosotis Familia, where he will deliver remarks, World Changers Church, 2417 Grand Concourse, the Bronx.

Also at 10 a.m., the NYC Department of Transportation, NYC Housing Authority and NYCCouncilman Andy King unveil new sidewalks at the Gun Hill Houses in the Bronx, East Gun Hill Road between White Plains Road and Holland Avenue, the Bronx.

Also at 10 a.m., Anne Messenger, a community leader and career management professional, announces her candidacy in NY-24, Marriott Syracuse Downtown, 100 E. Onondaga St., Syracuse.

At 10:30 a.m., Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan and other city officials announce a new carbon agreement between the Nature Conservancy, the Albany Department of Water and Water Supply and the Albany Water Board, City Hall, Eagle Street, Albany.

At 11 a.m., Teamsters Local 814, NYC Councilmen Mark Levine and Ben Kallos, state Sen. Marisol Alcantara, and workers from NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital’s furniture delivery company rally outside the hospital, New York Presbyterian Hospital, Milstein Building, 177 Fort Washington Ave., Manhattan.

At noon, Monroe County officials, in conjunction with the state Office for the Aging and New York State Division of Veterans Affairs, will present a forum to discuss long term care services and supports as well as other benefits available to veterans and their families, Brass Chandelier Room, Monroe Community Hospital, 435 East Henrietta Rd., Rochester.

Also at noon, the Marijuana Arrest Research Project will release a major report commissioned by the Drug Policy Alliance: “Unjust and Unconstitutional: 60,000 Jim Crow Marijuana Arrests in Mayor de Blasio’s New York,” City Hall steps, Manhattan.

At 1:30 p.m., the Business and Labor Coalition of New York hosts a Transportation and Infrastructure Committee working lunch, 401 E. 34th St., Room S23-H, Manhattan.

At 3 p.m., state Secretary of State Rossana Rosado alongside many state officials and advocacy organizations discuss issues facing the state’s immigrant communities, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Room 9.64, 524 W. 59th St., Manhattan.

At 5 p.m. – NYC Councilman Andy King hosts a constituent services night including resources and solutions for housing, food stamps, immigration status and basic services, Eastchester Gardens Houses, 1140/42 Burke Ave., the Bronx.

At 5:30 p.m., the Queens Borough Board and Borough Cabinet meets jointly, Queens Borough President Conference Room, 120-55 Queens Blvd., Queens.

At 6 p.m., NYC Councilman Robert Cornegy hosts a fundraiser with former basketball player Chris Mullin and former football player Howard Cross, Ultimate Fitness Queens, 26-50 Brooklyn Queens Expressway W., Queens.

Also at 6 p.m., NYSREDA hosts a public information meeting on offshore wind on Long Island, 111 West Park Ave., Long Beach.

At 6:30 p.m., ProPublica partners with New America New York City for Too Big to Jail: Executive Impunity from Wall Street to the White House, a discussion on corporate crime and the government’s prosecutorial strategy for top corporate executives, Interface, 140 W. 30th St., Manhattan.

AT 6:30 p.m., Assemblywoman Jo Anne Simon hosts a fundraising reception for Brooklyn district attorney candidate Anne Swern, Lewis and Claire Okser’s home, 358 Pacific St., Brooklyn.

At 7 p.m., NYC Councilman Ritchie Torres will be the keynote speaker at the National Supermarket Association’s annual scholarship dinner, Fordham University, Rose Hill Campus, McGinle Center, 441 E. Fordham Rd., the Bronx.

Also at 7 p.m., McCray will travel to NewYork-Presbyterian/Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital to host the fourth of five Community Conversations across the NYC, 3959 Broadway, Manhattan.

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Before arranging a meeting with a Kremlin-connected Russian lawyer he believed would offer him compromising information about Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump Jr. was informed in an email that the material was part of a Russian government effort to aid his father’s candidacy.

Trump Jr. provided his third statement on the meeting with a Russian lawyer who promised dirt on soon-to-be Democratic presidential nominee Clinton last June, tweeting that he “had to listen” after the lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya, had made such assurances.

Rob Goldstone, the British music publicist who arranged the controversial meeting, has made a number of bizarre social media posts — including one of him wearing a shirt that said “Russia” a day after last year’s election.

Trump got into a Twitter war with Chelsea Clinton by citing her ininhis defense of his daughter’s behavior at the G-20 economic summit in Germany.

Trump’s advisers recruited two businessmen who profited from military contracting to devise alternatives to the Pentagon’s plan to send thousands of additional troops to Afghanistan, reflecting the Trump administration’s struggle to define its strategy for dealing with a war now 16 years old.

U.S. Senate Democrats have identified new potential allies in their effort to scuttle the current health-care proposal: Republican governors, particularly those who helped expand Medicaid in their states under the Affordable Care Act.

The widely dreaded first day of intensive track repairs at Pennsylvania Station in Manhattan was far less hellish than forecast, but New York City’s hardened commuters were reluctant to exhale in relief too soon, because, after all, it was only Day One.

Officials warned there’s still ample opportunity for things to go wrong before Amtrak completes its Penn Station repairs in the fall.

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio has returned from a surprise trip to Germany over the weekend, the timing of which – the day after the ambush killing of a city police officer as she sat in her mobile command unit in the Bronx – drew criticism even from some of his staunch supporters.

The mayor defended his trip, saying police union leaders who have criticized him for skipping town are trying to politicize the death of a police officer.

The NYC Conflicts of Interest Board gave de Blasio the green light for the free trip to Germany because it achieved a “city purpose” of opposing Trump, a spokesman said.

The mayor’s presumptive Republican challenger, Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, demanded that he “come clean with the taxpayers” about the cost of bringing his NYPD bodyguards to Germany for his big speech at a G20 protest rally.

The years between the deaths of two female NYPD officers — Irma Lozada in 1984 and Miosotis Familia last week — have shown progress, with limits, for women in the field.

De Blasio, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, and actor Tony Danza among thousands who paid their respects at murdered Bronx police officer Familia’s wake last night.

“It’s hard to find the words. It’s senseless. It’s brutal. It’s violent,” Cuomo said. “Nothing at all to do with what the officer did; what their mother did. She was just a symbol and a target and it’s sad.”

De Blasio appointed a new leader for the Department of Homeless Services on Monday, a year and a half after it lost its commissioner.

The head of the state GOP slammed Cuomo for directing the cash-strapped MTA to bail out three upstate ski areas with a $4.9 million check.

A poll from Monmouth University found that NJ Gov. Chris Christie’s constituents were furious that he enjoyed a state beach all to himself during a government shutdown, with more than 80 percent saying they disapproved of his job performance – the lowest of any Garden State executive since polls were first taken.

A program offering free lawyers to immigrants facing deportation has stopped taking clients due to a clash between de Blasio and the NYC Council over whether city cash can aid people convicted of serious crimes.

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is suspending payments to the State of New Jersey that were funding a subsidized ferry for people who live near the Jersey Shore.

Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie will travel the state this summer, his office said, marking the second tour of New York of his speakership.

Cuomo signed four bills into law, including legislation that will change the election date for the Albany school board to May.

De Blasio’s controversial Renewal Schools program for troubled public schools is working, but it costs more than former Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s old method of hitting them with an “F,” a new report says.

A federal appeals court ruled that former Brooklyn Assemblyman William Boyland Jr.’s corruption conviction should stand even though the jury instructions at his trial may have been improper under a 2016 Supreme Court decision.

The Boyland ruling bodes poorly for the slew of other pols seeking appeal on similar grounds, including former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, and former Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says a major project that could bring relief to Penn Station commuters is being threatened. He and New Jersey Senator Cory Booker are calling on Trump to reverse proposed budget cuts to the so-called Gateway Tunnel.

A soldier accused of killing his wife and a New York state trooper made a “die list” in an alleged foiled plot nearly two decades ago, when he was a middle school student in Michigan.

The Buffalo Police Department wants to test 20 body-worn cameras over 90 days to help decide whether all patrol officers should wear the bodycams. Depending on how the test goes, the department could buy as many as 550 cameras.

The organizers of the 43North business plan competition said they have narrowed their pool of 502 applicants down to 134 semifinalists that have cleared the first hurdle for a shot at winning a portion of the $5 million in prizes that will be handed out to eight winning companies in early October.

West Seneca Central School Board members abruptly fired their interim superintendent last night and installed a district administrator as the interim.

A federal judge has cleared the way for an employee at the state Office for People with Developmental Disabilities to continue a lawsuit in which he alleges he was targeted for speaking out about problems at facilities for the developmentally disabled.

The administration of Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano, who is not expected to seek re-election as he fights federal corruption charges, has moved more than 40 politically appointed employees into competitive union positions that will protect them from being fired when a new county executive takes office in January.

Opponents of a hotel/condominium expansion adjacent to the state-owned Belleayre ski resort in the Catskills have lost in their effort to overturn the project’s zoning approval.

National Grid cut nearly $76 million from its request for a $406 million rate hike for electricity and natural gas delivery, saying its expects some of its costs to be lower than it estimated in April.

The Graycliff Conservancy is setting its sights on a new visitor and interpretive center with restoration of the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Graycliff Estate in Derby now assured.

With production scheduled to start at the sprawling Tesla Inc. solar panel factory in less than two months, Tesla’s partner, Panasonic, is ramping up its search for workers for its portion of the South Park Avenue facility.

A broken water line flooded eight courtrooms at the Erie County Courthouse early yesterday morning, causing “extensive water damage.” No cases were adjourned because of the flooding and affected judges were moved to unused courtrooms.

Tompkins County Administrator Joe Mareane will retire early next year after 37 years in local government.

The latest beer produced by Brewery Ommegang of Cooperstown in conjunction with the TV series “Game of Thrones” will be called Winter is Here! It debuts in October.

Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Adolphus Washington was arrested Sunday night on a weapons charge. The arrest occurred in Sharonville, Ohio, which is about 12 miles north of Cincinnati.

Blue Oyster Cult is the latest addition to the musical lineup on the Chevy Court stage at the New York State Fair.

The British singer-songwriter James Blunt brought his band and tour buddy Ed Sheeran to a place he called “the mecca of Buffalo wings” – Duff’s in Amherst – before their show Sunday night at KeyBank Center.