(CNN) – A swirl of campaign distractions related to the lewd messages and photos he sent to a woman online hasn't stopped Anthony Weiner from churning out more proposals for changing New York City.
In an addendum to his "Keys to the City" platform document, Weiner lists dozens of ways he'd change the way city government works, from altering parking regulations to changing New York's municipal tax code.
Other changes Weiner is championing: adapting Department of Health policies to better accommodate transgender New Yorkers, eliminating commuter and tourist helicopters above the city, and getting rid of horse-drawn carriages, which animal rights advocates say amount to cruelty.
He'd stop arrests for small amounts of marijuana, and write a rule into the building code mandating new structures of more than 25,000 square feet provide free wireless internet that's accessible in their surrounding areas.
The additional ideas – divided into categories like health care, crime, education and the environment – join a document Weiner introduced before he jumped into the New York mayoral contest which contained 64 similar proposals for changing how the city is run.
That "Keys to the City" pamphlet was a replica of a 2008 document Weiner prepared during the run-up to 2009's mayoral election.
Weiner's campaign was rocked in July when he admitted to sending raunchy messages and photos to women online as early as a year ago. A former U.S. congressman, Weiner left the House of Representatives in 2011 after admitting to sending similar lewd messages.