AM Briefing from for November 18, 2013

Today is the final push into tomorrow’s mayoral primary. All the candidates are out and about today.

David Alvarez is out bright and early at 6:00 AM shaking hands at the 25th and Commercial trolley stop. Then from 2:30-4:30 this afternoon he’s knocking on doors in the Kearny Mesa area. And tonight at 5:00 he’s working the phones

Nathan Fletcher is at the Carpenters’ Union Headquarters at 9:30 this morning for a get out the vote rally. Then he’s going door to door in Kensington at 10:00 AM. And this morning at 11:00 another get out the vote rally at the Harbor Island Park.

And Kevin Faulconer is waving at morning commuters from 7:45-8:15 from the corner of Nimitz and Sunset Cliffs in Ocean Breach. Then from 10:20-11:00 AM he’s taking questions from high school seniors at the Monarch School on Newton Avenue.

At San Diego City Council this morning a proposed five year infrastructure plan is on the table at 9:00 AM. If the council’s Infrastructure Committee approves the plan there could be one billion dollars’ worth of city maintenance undertaken. Things like roads, storm water system, streets to name a few.

Andrew Oliver will be sentenced at 9:00 AM in Chula Vista’s courthouse for killing a man during a robbery very close to a child’s birthday party.

A guide to reducing obesity in children will be release by Chula Vista Elementary School District and San Diego County at 9:00 this morning.

And finally at 10:30 the USS Preble and its 300 crew members return home to San Diego after seven months at sea.

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