Bill Walczak traveled to Malibu Beach today to push an agenda for dealing with climate change by both preparing the city for a rising sea - increased protection of buffering marshes and other steps to protect local buildings and infrastructure - and decreasing the city's production of greenhouse gases.
Among his proposals: 24-hour T service and converting bus and commuter-rail lines to electric service to reduce diesel emissions.
Compare to John Connolly's environmental blueprint.
Note: The Walczak campaign, which sent us this photo, did not explain why their candidate was holding a plastic light saber.
Rob Consalvo, meanwhile, released his detailed plan to fight crime, that focuses on technology - think ShotSpotter - and both citywide and neighborhood-specific programs, such as more summer jobs in crime-heavy areas.
John Connolly released a new video about education:
Yvonne Abraham basically called Charles Yancey's mayoral run a fraud.
The Herald looked at Hispanic voters and developers.
David Bernstein talked with Jean-Claude Sanon, running for Consalvo's District 5 city-council seat.