Schools to implement in-depth dyslexia testing By Christopher Roberson S tarting in September, the Everett Public Schools will begin using Acadience Rapid Automatized Naming and Spelling, a more comprehensive program for students with possible dyslexia. Interim Superintendent of Schools Janice Gauthier said school officials cannot say if a student has dyslexia, as it is a medical condition that can only be diagnosed by a doctor. She said students are currently tested using Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS). “Right now, everybody is screened for it,” Gauthier said during the June 3 School Committee meeting, addHome loans, designed with you in mind. LET US HELP FIND THE RIGHT MORT G AGE OPTION FOR YOU . FIXED RATE MORT G AGES— NO POINTS . 15 YEAR 3.625% R ATE 3.733% APR* E V ERET T – 419 BROADWAY LYNNFIELD – 7 7 1 SALEM STREET 61 7-38 7 - 1 1 10 30 YEAR 3.990% R ATE 4.051% APR* Learn more at EVERETTBANK . COM *Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is effective May 28, 2019 and is subject to change. All rates and APR’s are calculated based on a $250,000 loan for an owner-occupied single family dwelling with a 20% down payment. Rates are also based on Loan to Value and credit scores. The monthly principal and interest payment for a 15 Year fixed rate mortgage is $7.21 per $1,000 borrowed. The monthly principal and interest payment for a 30 Year fixed rate mortgage is $4.77 per $1,000 borrowed. Those payment do not included taxes and insurance. Your payment may be greater if the loan is secured by a first lien. Loans are subject to credit approval. NMLS #443050. Vol. 28, No. 23 ing that with time, a student may no longer be at risk for having dyslexia. “Sometimes the kids are so young it’s just maturity.” However, if a student has not shown any improvement after six months of using DIBELS, Gauthier said, Acadience will be used to idenSCHOOLS | SEE PAGE 19 Friday, June 7 , 2019 ADVOCATE Free Every Friday www.advocatenews.net 617-387-2200 Pope John XXIII H.S. goes dark after 53 years By Christopher Roberson D espite a valiant fundraising effort through its #NotDeadYet Donor Challenge, Pope John XXIII High School will not reopen in the fall. “This is a sad day for all of us and it is not the announcement we hoped to make today,” said Head of School Carl DiMaiti in his somber May 30 letter to parents. A full copy of DiMaiti’s letter is shown below. He said International Residence Management (IRM), which had been the funding arm for the school’s 43 international students, “failed to meet the obligations of its agreement.” DiMaiti also said that IRM had declared bankruptcy in October 2018 and subsequently ceased operations. By doing so, the company burdened Pope John with a deficit of more than $1 million. “This is a challenge we are simply unable to achieve,” said DiMaiti. “We have simply run out of time and resources.” However, he assured parents that the closure is not a reflection on the Pope John XXIII community. “We have many fond memories to keep and many wonderful alumni who have gone on to demonstrate the values and character of faith we have seen firsthand with our students,” he said. Ten area high schools are currently accepting applications from Pope John XXIII High School students. They include Matignon in Cambridge, Austin Prep in Reading, Arlington Catholic and Malden Catholic. The full list of area high schools 53 YEARS | SEE PAGE 2 Member FDIC Member SIF Messinger Insurance Agency, Inc. SINCE 1921 475 Broadway, Everett Phone: 617-387-2700 Fax: 617-387-7753 NEW COMPETITIVE AUTO RATES AND BENEFITS AVAILABLE  ACCIDENT FORGIVENESS DISAPPEARING COLLISION DEDUCTIBLE    98 Years of Excellence! Timothy, Daniel & David LaRovere Hours: Monday thru Friday: 8am to 6pm / Saturdays: 9am to 1pm Quote your policy online: www.messingerinsurance.com (617) 387-6691 CONVENIENT PARKING IN REAR Open 7 days 6AM to 10PM 13% DISCOUNT WITH SUPPORTING POLICY 7% PAY IN FULL DISCOUNT 10% MULTI CAR DISCOUNT 423 Broadway, Everett Sq. BEST KENO LOUNGE erett Sq IN EVERETT P L U C S K Y K S O M E H O

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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, June 7, 2019 Page 3 DiDomenico urges action on “Breakfast after the Bell” bill ticipation levels are low – at less than 40% – compared to 80-90% participation for free and reduced lunch. Consequently, children are showing up to school hungry and unprepared to learn. Moving breakfast from before the bell to after the bell is a proven, simple and effective strategy to boost breakfast participation in an effort to ensure that all students are fed and show up ready to learn every day. This is the second legislative session in which Senator DiDomenico has filed this legislation. In 2018, the Massachusetts Senate passed the bill with a unanimous and bipartisan vote. ENCORE CASINO DRIVING OPPORTUNITY!! State Senator Sal DiDomenico recently went before the Massachusetts Legislature’s Joint Committee on Education to speak about his “Breakfast after the Bell” bill. (Courtesy Photo) B OSTON – State Senator Sal DiDomenico recently testified before the Joint Committee on Education in support of legislation he filed to fight childhood hunger and boost participation rates in school breakfast programs. S.267, An Act regarding breakfast after the bell, would require all public K-12 schools with 60% or more students eligible for free or reduced-price meals under the federal National School Lunch Program to offer breakfast after the instructional day begins. “We can have the best teachers, facilities and technology, but if our kids are showing up for school hungry, they simply are not ready to learn,” said DiDomenico in his testimony before the Committee. “With one in eight kids living in food-insecure households, it’s clear that we need to take steps to ensure every student has the nutrition they need and deserve. I would like to thank the Rise and Shine Massachusetts Coalition for their incredible advocacy on this issue and partnership in helping to move this bill forward.” Massachusetts currently requires all high-poverty schools to provide breakfast to every eligible student. However, because breakfast is typically offered before the bell and in the cafeteria, par8 Norwood St. Everett (617) 387-9810 www.eight10barandgrille.com Kitchen Hours: Mon-Thurs: 12-10pm Fri-Sat: 12-11pm Sunday: 1pm-10pm Lunch Menu! Enjoy our Famous $10 Served Mon. thru Fri. ‘til 3:30 PM Choose from 16 Items! Grilled Rib Eye Steak! Only $22.00 includes Two Sides Every Friday FRESH HADDOCK DINNER Prepared Your Way! Includes two sides Easy! *APR=Annual Percentage Rate. Monthly principal and interest payment per $1,000.00 borrowed for 30 months at 7.80% APR is $36.80. Rates subject to change without notice. Loan amount up to $30,000. Other rates and terms available. Rate, term and approval amount based on credit worthiness. Terms and conditions apply. Qualification restrictions apply. Now Featuring our BREAKFAST PIZZA & OMELET MENU Saturday & Sunday Only Served until 3:30 PM Everett Car Service has exclusive rights to pick up all visitors in front of new $2.6B Encore Casino. Well over 40,000 visitors estimated daily and Everett Car is the only license holder in the city to service the Casino. Major opportunity to make money driving taxi – 50/50 split. Both day and night shifts available - call us now at 781-322-9400 or email dmorovitz@maldentrans. com. Good driver history a must! Please bring copy of driver history (from Registry) to interview. EOE life∙style Your life. How you live it. Whatever you do, you could do it for less with our low rate! MASS BAY LIFESTYLE LOANS as low as 7.80% APR* VACATIONS | WEDDINGS | BIKES | MORE Apply EASY online at massbaycu.org, call 617-269-2700 or just stop by. massbaycu.org (617) 269-2700 183 Main Street, Everett Federally insured by NCUA EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY

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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, June 7, 2019 Page 5 Northeast carpentry students create marker holders for Wakefield elementary school W AKEFIELD – Northeast Metro Tech carpentry students recently completed a project to help some youngsters exercise their creativity while staying organized. Northeast Metro Tech carpentry sophomores Jose Verde, of Chelsea, Brady McKinley, of Woburn, Lucky Bustamante, of Everett, David DeFilippo, of Reading, Esaw Solis Molina, of Saugus, and Christopher Quinom, of Chelsea, created eight marker holders for students at the Greenwood Elementary School in Wakefield. The project came to fruition after Greenwood art teacher Amy Drago realized she needed a better way for her students to store their markers. “The caps are too difficult for the little ones to snap closed so caps go missing and markers get dried out,” Drago said. “The marker holders are not a new concept, and you can purchase them in a store, but they are very expensive for a public school art budget.” Given Northeast Metro Tech’s strong community partnerships, Drago knew exactly who to ask WAKEFIELD | SEE PAGE 22 Come celebrate the end of an era. Join us for big family fun as we say farewell to live racing at Boston’s legendary track. JUNE 8 & 9 | JUNE 29 & 30 11:00 am to 5:00 pm • First Post 12:55 pm FREE ADMISSION & FREE PARKING LIVE THOROUGHBRED RACING · FOOD TRUCKS · FAMILY FUN ACTIVITIES 525 MCCLELLAN HIGHWAY, EAST BOSTON • 617-567-3900 ON THE BLUE LINE @SuffolkDowns Shown from left to right are Northeast Metro Tech carpentry sophomores Jose Verde, of Chelsea, Brady McKinley, of Woburn, Lucky Bustamante, of Everett, David DeFilippo, of Reading, Esaw Solis Molina, of Saugus, Instructor Robert Jepson, and student Christopher Quinom, of Chelsea; The students created marker-holders for students at the Greenwood Elementary School. (Photo Courtesy of Northeast Metro Tech TheHometownFavorite SUFFOLKDOWNS.COM Open Year-Round for Simulcasting from Saratoga, Del Mar, and more. First-graders at Greenwood Elementary School display their new, colorful marker holders, which were created by Northeast Metro Tech carpentry students. (Photo Courtesy of the Wakefield Public Schools) J& S LANDSCAPE & MASONRY CO. MULCH SALE! Discount Spring Special PICK-UP or DELIVERY AVAILABLE 617-389-1490 Premium Hemlock or Pitch Black BELOW WHOLESALE COSTS LANDSCAPERS WELCOME $43 yd. $38 yd.

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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, June 7, 2019 Page 7 Tide baseball faces host Chelmsford Friday in Division 1 North first round game The Crimson Tide baseball team will take on Chelmsford in the first round of the Division 1 North state tournament on Friday. J& By Joe Mitchell C oach Joe Lento’s Crimson Tide baseball team will be heading to Chelmsford Friday to take on the Lions to begin the Division 1 North state tournament, starting at 3 p.m. Everett was hot down the stretch, and they needed every win just to clinch a berth. Lento hopes that momentum will carry over into long postseason run. The first round game at Ayotte Field will pit the fourth-seeded Lions (13-7) against Everett (10-10), the 13th seed. The Everett boys are among 14 teams that have qualified for the Division 1 North tournament, including Lincoln Sudbury (18-2), Lynn Classical (146), Lexington (14-6), Chelmsford (13-7), Lynn English (137), Lawrence (12-8), Andover (11-9), Newton North (11-9), Westford Academy (11-9), Boston Latin (11-10), Central Catholic (11-11), Malden Catholic (10-10), Everett (10-10) and Methuen (9-11). The winner of Friday’s Everett game won’t play again until Monday, June 10, against either Malden Catholic or Lynn English, tentatively starting at 4 p.m. Site to be determined for this North quarterfinal round game. Everett Aluminum 10 Everett Ave., Everett 617-389-3839 Owned & operated by the Conti family since 1958 • 57 Years! “Same name, phone number & address for family since 1958 • 61 over half a century. We must be doing something right!” •Vinyl Siding •Free Estimates •Carpentry Work •Fully Licensed •Decks •Roof • Fully Insured • Replacement Windows www.everettaluminum.com •Roo ng Now’s the time to schedule those home improvement projects you’ve been dreaming about all winter! • Reliable Mowing Service • Spring & Fall Cleanups • Mulch & Edging • Sod or Seed Lawns • Shrub Planting & Trimming • Water & Sewer Repairs Joe Pierotti, Jr. Spring! S LANDSCAPE & MASONRY CO. Masonry - Asphalt • Brick or Block Steps • Brick or Block Walls • Concrete or Brick Paver Patios & Walkways • Brick Re-Pointing • Asphalt Paving www.JandSlandscape-masonry.com • Senior Discount • Free Estimates • Licensed & Insured 617-389-1490 Designing and Constructing Ideas that are “Grounds for Success” Landscaping

Page 8 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, June 7, 2019 Crimson Tide softball team heads into the postseason as the 19th seed with 12 wins T By Joe Mitchell he Everett High School softball team (12-8) wrapped up the regular season with a dominating shutout win over Greater Lawrence, 10-0, and a close hard-fought loss to Salem, 3-2, before waiting for Tuesday to come to see who they will be playing first in the Division 1 North state tournament. Prior to the Witches game, the local nine also lost to Lynn Classical, 5-0. The Tide ended up as the 19th seed, and they went up against host Woburn (13-7), the 14th seed, in a preliminary round game on June 6 (after press deadline). “This is my 18th appearance in the state tournament in 20 years as a head coach,” said coach Stacy Poste-Schiavo. “We only missed the first year that I took over and two years ago. “We have the necessary pitching to compete in this year’s tournament, plus a very strong defense. Our struggles may be with our bats, but we are practicing every day and hitting off the machine. “We would love to beat Woburn just to face Medford again. We lost to Medford by one run the first time we played them, and then lost to them again, even though we held a lead until the last inning. We know they are a strong team, but we can beat them if we come ready to play.” Back to the regular season game against Greater Lawrence – Ariana Garay pitched all seven innings to beat the host team after scattering six hits while issuing no walks and striking out five. The Everett offense provided her with more than enough offense in the very first inning by putting four quick runs up on the scoreboard. They then tacked on three more runs in each of the next two innings to put this game away early. Maddy Duraes (2-for-4, 2 runs scored), Maddy Smith (3-for-3, single, double and triple, 4 RBI), Kaylee Nearen (2-for-4, RBI) and Garay (2-for-4, 2 RBI) paced the explosive offensive attack. The Everett girls then lost a makeup game to Lynn Classical last Saturday, June 1, 5-0. The Rams scored three runs in the second and two more in the sixth to seal the deal. “We only had four hits in the game,” said Poste, “but we could have had more, because we hit the ball many times directly at their fielders, and when we got the ball in the air their outfielders made some great catches to help keep the shutout intact.” In the Salem game, Celeste Fuccillo pitched all seven innings, only to suffer the heartbreaking loss after giving up just three hits and one earned run. She fanned four. Salem jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the very first inning and added what turned out to be the game-winning run in the second. “In innings 3-7, we played amazing defense, but [were] only able to put up two runs,” said Poste. “Our offense was not there in this game.” Heading into the postseason, Maddy Smith batted .589 with a .998 slugging percentage (17 singles, 10 doubles, 4 triples, 2 HR, 17 RBI) to lead the offense throughout the regular season. Maddy Duraes (.446 batting average, .527 slugging percentage, 28 singles, 4 doubles, 1 triple, 18 RBI); Kaylee Nearen (.439 batting average, .742 slugging percentage, 15 singles, 9 doubles, 4 triples, 1 HR, 28 RBI); Veronica Bento (.419 batting average, .726 slugging percentage, 13 singles, 9 doubles, 2 triples, 2 HR, 10 RBI); and Elizabeth Peach (.304 batting average, .721 slugging percentage, 16 singles, 1 double, 6 RBI) rounded out the Tide’s top five hitters. Junior Ariana Garay pitched in eight games and won them all. She allowed 38 hits, 17 runs (11 of them earned) and 13 walks. She whiffed 35 and had a 1.571 ERA. Freshman Celeste Fuccillo was in the circle for 13 games and had a regular season record of 4-8. She gave up 93 hits, 63 runs (46 of them were earned) and 13 walks. She fanned 59 and had a 3.95 ERA. The weather was definitely a factor during the regular season, according to the coach. “The rain really hurt us this season,” said Poste. “We were lucky enough to use the cage for hitting, but not being able to practice on a field hurt us in the beginning. Once we got outside, we were able to perform outfield drills and work on our overall defense. “Some weeks, especially toward the end of the season, we were playing up to four games. Thankfully, we have access to two amazing pitchers, so we didn’t have tired arms.” Junior shortstop Maddy Duraes and senior catcher Kaylee Nearen were chosen Northeastern Conference North Division All-Stars by the conference coaches recently. “The other coaches had some amazing things to say about the girls,” said Poste. “They were just amazed at how aggressive Maddy was at shortstop, and they always wanted to keep the ball away from her. The coaches were … cautious about their girls stealing on Nearen, because of her arm. She has one of the best arms in the conference, and she is not afraid of picking someone off that’s taking a big lead.” The Crimson Tide girls softball team: Veronica Bento, Alyssa Bessler, Macayla Bessler, Yalixa Colon, Maddy Duraes, Ashley Fitzgerald, Celeste Fuccillo, Ariana Garay, Sidney Hennessey, Kaylee Nearen, Haley Oteri, Elizabeth Peach, Maddy Smith, Ashley Yebba and Rachel Zullo.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, June 7, 2019 Page 9 Study finds local zoning rules block multifamily housing B OSTON – Over the past 15 years, despite many changes in local zoning, it remains difficult if not impossible to build multifamily housing in cities and towns across Metro Boston, according to a detailed study on development released recently. Thanks to a combination of local policies and state rules, housing has become increasingly difficult to permit in all but a handful of communities across the region, despite an affordability crisis and supply shortage that threatens to hobble the region’s economy and worsen racial wealth gaps. A recently released report funded by seven organizations – including the Massachusetts Smart Growth Alliance, the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) and real estate groups – “The State of Zoning for Multi-Family Housing in Greater Boston,” paints a dismal picture of the process for approving and building housing in 100 communities comprising Greater Boston, even as the region struggles with escalating rents and an inadequate supply of homes to house all the workers needed to fill jobs in a bustling Massachusetts economy. Report author Amy Dain points to a series of small, subjective local decisions and bylaw changes that collectively tip the balance away from production and create hurdles for even good-quality development to succeed. “In the early decades of zoning, all development was allowed ‘as-of-right,’ meaning that landowners had a right to build projects that meet the specifications in zoning. In the 1960s, municipalities began shifting their zoning systems to a more ad hoc and discretionary system of special permits,” said Dain. “In recent decades, the system has become even more political and discretionary, with the local legislative body, either town meeting or city council, having the final say over multi-family developments, project by project.” Between 2015 and 2017, only 14 percent of all multifamily units in the 100 cities and towns were able to use “by right” zoning, found Dain. Approximately 57 percent used special permits, 22 percent used Chapter 40B (which overrides local zoning if the city or town does not met the state threshold for affordable housing), and seven percent used use variances (also discretionary). Relatively little land in Metro Boston is zoned for new multifamily development, Dain found. While that might be not an issue if communities built up in height, “most municipalities highly restrict height and density of development too, such that buildout does not satisfy demand.” The study is the first in 15 years to review zoning and permitting in Metro Boston in a systematic manner. The last major analysis, which was done by Dain for the Pioneer Institute in 2006, highlighted the many municipal barriers to housing production. Her latest review shows limited progress in some communities, but not enough to keep up with increased housing demand. “The problem with the approval process for multi-family housing is that it is time-consuming, costly, unpredictable, and results in building far less housing than we need,” said Massachusetts Housing Partnership Executive Director Clark Ziegler. The study found a “major shift” in use of mixed-use zoning, particularly in city and town centers. Mixed-use zonEverett resident recognized for academic excellence at Tufts University M EDFORD – Brendan Amorin of Everett was named to the Dean’s List at Tufts University for the spring 2019 semester. Dean’s List honors at Tufts University require a semester grade point average of 3.4 or greater. Tufts University, which is located on campuses in Boston, Medford and Grafton., Mass., and Talloires, France, is recognized among the premier research universities in the United States. Tufts enjoys a global reputation for academic excellence and for the preparation of students as leaders in a wide range of professions. ing, which allows for housing and commercial uses in the same building or same parcel, has now been adopted in over 80 percent of the region’s municipalities. “Although many communities have adopted mixed-use zoning for both homes and offices in their downtowns, many of them continue to restrict the actual number of units that can be built through height limitations, restrictions on the number of bedrooms, and onerous parking requirements. When you combine these restrictions with the discretionary approval of individual projects, you have a recipe to produce much less housing than the people of Metro Boston need,” said MAPC Executive Director Marc Draisen. “This shortage forces prices to skyrocket, along with the number of homeless people in our region,” Draisen added. While municipalities are adopting mixed-use in their centers, much more zoning density and housing production is going to areas away from those centers. “Municipalities have been cautious in allowing development in historic centers, typically permitting tens of dwelling units, but not hundreds,” according to Dain. “Too often the significant developments are in car-centric locations away from shopping, jobs and public transportation. Local politics often pushes major development to places where existing homeowners won’t protest,” said Massachusetts Smart Growth Alliance Executive Director André Leroux. “As a result, we’re getting more traffic and less housing. It’s time to level the playing field.” S&B ROOFING Over 15 Years Experience * Free Estimates * Great Prices * Great Service * Licensed & Insured Please call 857-247-8594 for your FREE ESTIMATE! Friday, June 7 at 8:30 PM Singer/Musician DAVE MACK Saturday, June 8 at 8:30 PM DJ LOGIK Dance to all the Hits of Yesterday and Today! 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Page 12 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, June 7, 2019 Cops for Kids with Cancer donates $5K to Everett resident Five-year-old Sergio Gil of Everett received a $5,000 donation from Cops for Kids with Cancer on Thursday afternoon. Everett Detective Robert Hall and retired Boston Police Captain Edward McNelley collaborated with the Everett Police Patrolmen’s Union to surprise the young boy and his family. Sergio is currently in remission in his battle against Hodgkin’s lymphoma. He and his sister were surprised with bicycles and goodie bags. At the Everett Police Station on Thursday afternoon, the Gil family was presented with a check from Cops for Kids with Cancer. A.B.C. CIGAR Cigars * Accessories VAPES * JUULS * JUICE-RELATED ITEMS GIFT CARDS! 170 REVERE ST., REVERE OPEN: Mon.-Sat. 8 AM - 8 PM Sun. - Holidays: 8 AM - 6 PM (781) 289-4959 If You Use Any Of Our Products, Chris Moore & Staff Will Help You And Save You Money! JUNE SPECIAL Buy any Box of Romeo & Julieta Cigars and get a 5-Pack of Romeo & Julieta Cigars - Variety Pack - FREE! (Retail value over $40.) CREATING BETTER DAYS NATURE’S SUPPLEMENT, ALL NATURAL, CBD INFUSED PRODUCTS - EDIBLES * Concentrates * Topicals ALWAYS ON SALE! CIGARS OF ALL TYPES - Cigar Accessories SMOKER’S DELIGHT 15 Churchill Cigars including a Cohiba - A True Smoker’s Delight - $39.95 Retired Boston Police Captain Edward McNelley presented a check to the Gil family. (Advocate Photos by Katy Rogers) Everett Detective Robert Hall introduces himself to Sergio Gil outside of the family’s home in Everett. Sergio Gil received a new bicycle presented by EPD Detective Robert Hall. Father’s Day is June 16 Police Chief Steve Mazzie and Mayor Carlo DeMaria thanked Cops for Kids with Cancer for giving to an Everett child.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, June 7, 2019 Page 13 Anti-Janus Bill – Big Brother, Big Bullies, Big Union Boss B OSTON – The Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance released the following statement and sent the attached letter to House Speaker Robert DeLeo in response to the scheduled vote in the Massachusetts House of Representatives on H. 3825, An Act relative to collective bargaining dues. “If the House votes on Wednesday, it will symbolize that union bosses have successfully bulldozed their will on the legislature through strong arming and juvenile tactics. We hope Speaker [Robert] DeLeo will tap the breaks on this legislation despite the blustering rhetoric from the union bosses,” stated MassachuRings Fountain has new light show for 10-year anniversary of The Greenway B OSTON – On June 3, the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Conservancy announced that, following significant repairs and upgrades, the signature Rings Fountain would be turned on this week. After nearly $250,000 in repairs and upgrades, the fountain will return with a new continuous evening light show, a feature added this year for the 10th anniversary of The Greenway. Work at the Rings Fountain has been underway since October 2018. Greenway Conservancy staff, technicians from WET Design (the design and exclusive programmer of the fountain) and contractors made upgrades to fountain equipment and programming. A total of 156 lights were upgraded to energy-efficient color LED lights that are programed to sync to the fountain’s water shows. The jigsaw puzzle of 350 granite and concrete pavers were removed and replaced with a crane, and the fountain received new light stands, lenses, hoses and more. Fountain equipment in the underground vault was upgraded, as were lights in the plaza near the fountain. Repair costs were covered with capital funds from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation; the upgrade costs were covered with private funds. “After hundreds of hours of work by our staff and contractors, I’m excited that the Rings Fountain will continue to be such a popular, free daytime attraction and newly a nighttime destination for the added light shows,” said The Greenway Conservancy’s Director of Maintenance & Capital, Bob Stigberg. The Rings Fountain is one of the most popular features on The Greenway. Hailed as “the most unconditionally happy spot in all of Boston” and “one of the most effortlessly diverse places in the city” by The Boston Globe, the Rings Fountain is located in heart of the park, near the New England Aquarium and Faneuil Hall. Throngs of visitors delight in the fountain’s gracefully choreographed and playfully unpredictable jets of water. “We encourage all visitors to come enjoy Rings as part of a full day of fun downtown, including our world-class art, great food and drink options, and beautiful gardens,” said The Greenway Conservancy Executive Director Jesse Brackenbury. “We appreciate the support of the state and private funders to assure that the Rings Fountain remains a signature element of The Greenway.” Multiple new initiatives in 2019 celebrate 10 years of The Greenway Conservancy’s park operations, which have transformed The Greenway into a neighborhood amenity, an economic driver for the city and state, and a world-class destination. This spring The Greenway Conservancy highlighted its organic gardens with three new additions: 10,000 bulbs in bloom in the Carolyn Lynch Garden, a new wildflower meadow and the introduction of beehives. The Greenway Conservancy’s 2019 public art exhibit, “The Auto Show,” harkens back to the demolished elevated highway with contemporary artworks; as one part of this, an augmented reality app offers visitors a chance to see historical photos and contemporary digital artworks. October 4-10 will be celebrated as Greenway Week, with special programming including a free day at the Greenway Carousel at The Tiffany & Co. Foundation Grove on Oct. 10. The Greenway Conservancy invites visitors this summer to explore The Greenway’s other water features, which opened over Memorial Day Weekend: two fountains near the North End, the Armenian Heritage Park fountains, the Harbor Fog installation, and the waterfall in Chin Park. Fountains operate daily until October from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. ATTENTION REVERE!! Three tributes all on one stage on Friday, June 14th at The Oceanside Events Center, 1290 North Shore Rd. Revere. Onsite and adjacent parking for hundreds of cars. Show moved to larger 600 capacity Ballroom due to overwhelming demand. Don’t miss this Scorpions, AC/DC, Judas Priest tribute. Doors open at 8 PM, show starts at 9 PM sharp. setts Fiscal Alliance Spokesperson/Board Member Paul Craney. H.3825 would require that personal information, including home address, personal phone numbers and email addresses of all public employees and their family be given to union bosses without consent or security policies in place. Under this bill, if a union worker wants to quit a union and stop paying dues, they could be forced to wait up to a year. It would also allow union bosses the freedom to use taxpayer-funded resources to communicate about elections and union business. “The legislation is an infringement to state workers and their privacy. There is no other explanation for this besides a means to bully and harass non-union employees,” said Craney. According to the Massachusetts Legislature’s website, on May 30, in the House “the Bill reported favorably by committee and referred to the committee on House Ways and Means.”

Page 14 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, June 7, 2019 Kiwanis Club of Everett 2nd Annu Sponsored by Members Plus Credit Union - FIRST PLACE WINNERS: Team Mamaluka’s spons the Ersilia Cup for a second year in a row and Ever Cataldo family are team players, Ralph Bagarello, V Both First and Second prize winners donated their the Ersilia Cataldo Matarazzo Memorial Fund. Food Longo. Pictured is Kiwanis Pres. Rafael Santos, Pa Cataldo, Past Pres. Rocco Longo along with Evere (Photos by the Everett Advocate)

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, June 7, 2019 Page 15 ual Frank Mastrocola Bocce Tournament Sat., June 1, 2019 at Italian-American Club of Malden sored by Sabatino Insurance were the winners of rett’s Finest came in second. Pictured with the Vince Tersigni, John Bonanno, and Pío Frittitta. r cash prizes as well as the 50/50 raffle back to d was donated thanks to the generosity of Rocco ast Pres. Stephen Rocco, Giuseppe and Elvira ett’s Finest team members.

Page 16 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, June 7, 2019 Cyclists celebrate Bike to the Sea Day B ike enthusiasts gathered at the Madeline English School in Everett on Sunday morning to celebrate Bike to the Sea Day. About 100 bicyclists grouped together to follow the bike path/Northern Strand Community Trail through Everett, Malden, Revere and Saugus to the Lynn line in an effort to bring awareness to the Northern Strand Community Trail. The ride continued on the road to Nahant Beach in Lynn. According to Bike-tothe-Sea’s website, “In Lynn … the off-road trail has yet to be built.” Man Nguyen was joined by his son, Hugo, for Bike to the Sea Day on Sunday. Mayor Gary Christenson of Malden and Mayor Tom McGee of Lynn greeted bikers at the beginning of the route in Everett. Lynn Mayor Tom McGee, Malden Mayor Gary Christenson and Malden Chief of Police Kevin Molis greeted bikers at the starting point at the Madeline English School in Everett. Bikers followed the path through Everett, Malden, Revere, Saugus and Lynn. Bikers prepared for miles of riding, starting in Everett and ending in Nahant. (Advocate Photos by Katy Rogers) THE KIWANIS CLUB AND EVERETT HIGH’S KEY CLUB From left: Key Club Advisor Tammy Turner, seniors Jourdan Novoa, Briana Hyppolite, Kervens Georges, and Giselle Sanchez, and Kiwanis Club President Rafael Santos. The Kiwanis Club of Everett recognized the senior members of the Key Club at its most recent luncheon inside the Crimson Café. The seniors were presented with their graduation Cords from President Rafael Santos and had the chance to interact with members and talk about their experiences with the Key Club. The Everett High School Key Club is a Key Club Advisor Tammy Turner, Giselle Sanchez, and Kiwanis Club President Rafael Santos. community service organization affiliated with the Kiwanis Club of Everett. The Key Club and Kiwanis Club work together to support foundations, families, and charities located in Everett. The Key Club also supports causes around the country. It is the largest and oldest service program for High School students. Key Club Advisor Tammy Turner, Briana Hyppolite, and Kiwanis Club President Rafael Santos. Key Club Advisor Tammy Turner, Kervens Georges, and Kiwanis Club President Rafael Santos. Key Club Advisor Tammy Turner, Jourdan Novoa, and Kiwanis Club President Rafael Santos.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, June 7, 2019 Page 17 AG Healey sues national e-cigarette retailer Eonsmoke for marketing and selling nicotine vaping products to minors B OSTON – Attorney General Maura Healey has filed a lawsuit against Eonsmoke LLC, a national retailer of e-cigarette and vaping products that markets its products as “JUUL-compatible,” for violating Massachusetts laws regulating the sale and advertisement of tobacco products. This is the first lawsuit Healey has filed since announcing her office’s investigation into the e-cigarette industry in July 2018. The complaint, which was filed in Suffolk Superior Court, alleges that New Jersey–based Eonsmoke violated the Massachusetts Consumer Protection Act by directly targeting young people for sales of its vaping products – including electronic nicotine devices, e-liquids and nicotine pods – through marketing and advertising intended to appeal to youngsters. The complaint also alleges that Eonsmoke failed to verify the age of online purchasers of its products and failed to ensure shipments of these products were received by a person 21 years or older, the state’s minimum legal sales age for smoking products. “Eonsmoke took a page out of the Big Tobacco playbook by peddling nicotine to young people on social media,” said Healey. “Our investigations into JUUL and other e-cigarette retailers continue as we seek to hold companies accountable for marketing these addictive and dangerous products to minors.” Her complaint alleges that Eonsmoke willfully and repeatedly violated the state’s consumer protection law by using a marketing campaign that directly targeted underage consumers. Eonsmoke’s products contain some of the highest nicotine concentrations on the commercial market and come in a variety of sweet and fruit flavors, such as “gummy bear” and “cereal loops.” According to the complaint, Eonsmoke directly marketed its vaping products to young people through social media sites, such as Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube; Eonsmoke’s social media marketing of its products has included youth popular culture references, cartoons and internet memes and intentionally minimized or omitted the fact that these vaping products contain nicotine. The AG’s Office alleges Eonsmoke also strategically amplified its advertising on these platforms through hashtag marketing, social media influencers, and celebrity endorsers who are particularly popular with young people. According to the AG’s investigation of Eonsmoke, between 2015 and 2018, the company did not conduct any age verification of consumers purchasing vaping products from its website, www.eonsmoke.com. The complaint alleges that until September 2018, when the AG’s Office sent a cease and desist letter ordering Eonsmoke to stop selling its products in Massachusetts without an adequate age verification system, underage youngsters across the state could freely purchase unlimited quantities of vaping products through the company’s website. Allegedly, numerous purchases were made through Eonsmoke’s website by Massachusetts consumers without any age verification, and many of these purchasers were under the legal age. As a result of the AG’s cease and desist letter, Eonsmoke currently does not sell its products online to Massachusetts residents. Healey’s complaint seeks injunctive relief preventing Eonsmoke from continuing to engage in unfair and deceptive practices and also seeks civil penalties. E-cigarette use nationwide increased nearly 48 percent for middle school students and 78 percent for high school students between 2017 and 2018 – the largest jump in the use of any drug, including alcohol, in more than 40 years. Young people are exposed to e-cigarette marketing on social media at growing rates and are often unaware that these vaping products contain nicotine, a substance that can interfere with adolescent brain development, and other ingredients that are harmful to their health. The full range of health impacts of e-cigarettes is still unknown, and the public health system is struggling to develop and implement effective cessation methods to meet the needs of young people and their families. “As a national grassroots organization of parents committed to keeping predatory e-cigarette companies away from kids, we are deeply grateful to Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey for filing suit against Eonsmoke,” Parents Against Vaping E-cigarettes Cofounder Meredith Berkman said. “We know that Eonsmoke and many others have used flavors and targeted social-media marketing to entice children to purchase their products online without requiring any age verification. Their illegal practices have led in large part to the youth vaping epidemic affecting so many families in Massachusetts and around the country. We applaud AG Healey, a true champion for children and families, for being one of the first elected officials to hold e-cigarette companies accountable for their deceptive actions and hope other AGs will follow her leadership to keep kids safe from companies like Eonsmoke and others that are making billions of dollars by getting kids addicted to nicotine.” “The use of e-cigarettes in adolescents can cause anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and can create a threefold-increase risk that young people will smoke combustible cigarettes,” said Massachusetts General Hospital’s Tobacco Research and Treatment Center’s Director of Pediatric Research, Dr. Jonathan Winickoff. “The addictive potential of these products is extremely high, and we must do all that we can to keep them out of the hands of young people.” Massachusetts regulations set the minimum legal age to purchase electronic smoking devices at 21, and impose two requirements on online retailers of these products to verify a purchaser’s age: 1) Use a commercially-available database to verify the age and identity of purchasers; 2) use a method of mailing, shipping or delivery that requires the signature of a person who is of the minimum legal age before the package is released. In July 2018, Healey announced her office’s investigation into JUUL Labs Inc., Eonsmoke, and other online e-cigarette retailers that sell JUUL and JUUL-compatible products – due to concerns about the marketing and sale of electronic smoking devices and products to minors. Along with Eonsmoke, the AG’s Office also sent cease and desist demands to Direct Eliquid LLC and Kilo E-Liquids, ordering the retailers to stop selling JUUL and other electronic smoking products in Massachusetts without an adequate age verification system as required by state regulations instituted by Healey in 2015. As a result of the cease and desist letters, these companies are no longer selling to Massachusetts residents. The AG’s investigations into JUUL and the other retailers remain ongoing. 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Page 18 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, June 7, 2019 Celebrity bartender event raises over $2K for Devens School School Committee member Frank Parker, Council President Rich Dell Isola, and Councilor Anthony DiPierro partnered up once again for a celebrity bartender event at Stewart's Pub to raise money for the Devens School on Sunday. This year, they raised over $2,250. John and Barbara Mackey mingled at Stewart's during the Devens School fundraiser on Sunday. Marjorie Beckwith joined State Representative Joe McGonagle at the Devens School Fundraiser at Stewart's Pub. Councilor John Hanlon was accompanied by his wife Fran for the Devens School fundraiser on Sunday. Mark Puleo accompanied School Committee member Marcony Almeida-Barros. Elected officials and candidates showed their support for the Devens School at Stewart's Pub on Sunday. Councilor Anthony DiPierro, Eda Theodoridis, Mark Puleo, Council President Rich Dell Isola, Kathleen Parker, and School Committee member Frank Parker helped organize the fundraiser. School Committee member Frank Parker, Councilor Anthony DiPierro, and Council President Rich Dell Isola bartended for a good cause at Stewart's Pub. (Advocate Photos by Katy Rogers) State Treasurer and Division of Banks announce recipients of financial literacy awards B OSTON – The Office of the State Treasurer and the Baker-Polito Administration’s Division of Banks have announced the recipients of the Operation Money Wise: Financial Education Opportunity Grant. This program supports nonprofit organizations, public agencies, and higher education institutions in Massachusetts that foster financial literacy in the Military, Veteran, Family and Survivor Community (MVFSC). Operation Money Wise is funded entirely through a Division of Banks settlement over alleged unlawful lending practices. In 2019 the Division of Banks committed $50,000 to the Operation Money Wise program. This is the second round of funds since the program’s inception, bringing the total over the last two years to $100,000. “These financial literacy grants will empower our veterans and their families to make informed financial decisions,” said Treasurer Deborah Goldberg. “I am honored to support organizations that work to bring economic stability to the men and women who help keep our country safe.” “Financial literacy is instrumental to overall economic security,” said Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation Undersecretary Edward A. Palleschi, whose office includes the Division of Banks. “Operation Money Wise is a commitment to support military personnel and their families by ensuring they have the necessary skills to lead financially independent lives.” These awards aim to increase the scope of financial education for military personnel and their families and provide them with the tools they need to achieve fiOrganization American Consumer Credit Counseling, Inc. Cambridge Credit Counseling Corporation National Association for Black Veterans – Springfield, Mass., Chapter NewVue Communities North Shore Community College Springfield Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc. Veteran Business Owners Initiative Veterans Inc. Veterans Legal Services YWCA Southeastern Massachusetts nancial stability. Applicants are encouraged to connect their financial education initiative to an existing program with a proven track record of successfully engaging the MVFSC. Many of these workshops will include strategy sessions on managing money, planning for college, preparing for retirement and monetary decision-making. Programs vary from intensive one-day seminars to multiple sessions focused on different financial topics in partnership with various local colleges and financial institutions. “We are proud to fund financial education initiatives for the military community and Award Amount $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $3,780.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $4,997.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 their families,” said Commissioner of Banks Mary Gallagher. “These initiatives will help members of the military community strengthen and develop financial decision-making abilities and set a path of financial security.” The 2019 Grant Recipients are listed below.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, June 7, 2019 Page 19 SCHOOLS | FROM PAGE 1 tify the root of the problem. “We’re a little bit ahead of the curve; we can catch the kids at risk of being dyslexic,” she said. Changes made to Harassment Policy In other news, Gauthier said she and Assistant Superintendent of Schools Kevin Shaw recently attended a daylong workshop hosted by the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. She said changes to the district's Harassment Policy became necessary following the allegations of sexThe Everett High School Marching Band on Constitution Avenue in Washington, D.C., during the National Memorial Day Parade. (Photos Courtesy of the Everett Public Schools) ual misconduct against former Superintendent Frederick Foresteire. Gauthier also said the prior policy was “too vague in certain places.” She said the changes are based on the prior policy and have been reviewed by Attorney James Tobin, the district’s legal counsel. Washington, D.C., trip Eugene O’Brien, music coordinaThe Everett High School Marching Band passes the Washington Monument during the National Memorial Day Parade. tor at Everett High School, spoke about the Marching Band’s recent trip to the nation’s capital to take part in the National Memorial Day Parade. As he addressed the school committee, O’Brien described the band’s stellar performance in front of the Jefferson Memorial. “You could see the sea of Everett red on national television,” he said. O’Brien also expressed his appreciation for the $75,000 from State Sen. Sal DiDomenico to fund this year’s trip. Ward 5 School Committee Member Marcony Almeida Barros also spoke highly of the band’s performance. “What I saw in D.C., it was one of the most beautiful things,” he said. EVERETT ARTS ASSOCIATION PRESENTS… ARTIST EXHIBITS OF OVER 100 JURIED PAINTINGS, CRAFTS AND PHOTOGRAPHY 51st ANNUAL SPRING ARTS FESTIVAL!!! SHOW DATES: SATURDAY JUNE 8, 2019 @ 1:00-5:00P.M. SUNDAY JUNE 9, 2019 @ 2:00-5:00P.M. PLACE: EDWARD G. CONNOLLY CENTER 90 CHELSEA STREET, EVERETT, MA. FREE ADMISSION!!! FREE FOOD/PIZZA!!! FREE MUSIC/ENTERTAINMENT featuring DJ JASPER!!! RAFFLES, PRIZES & FUN!!! NOTE: DONATIONS WELCOME! This program is sponsored in part by a grant from the Everett Cultural Council, a local agency, which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. FEATURING… YOUNG ARTISTS’ SHINE SHOWCASE! *CANDY & PRIZES AWARDED FOR BEST YOUNG ARTISTS!

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Page 22 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, June 7, 2019 WAKEFIELD | FROM PAGE 5 Beacon Hill Roll Call By Bob Katzen THE HOUSE AND SENATE. Beacon Hill Roll Call records local representatives’ votes on two roll calls from the week of May 27-May 31. There were no roll calls in the Senate last week. $200 MILLION IN CHAPTER 90 FUNDING FOR LOCAL ROADS (H 69) House 156-0, gave final approval to and sent to the Senate a bill authorizing $200 million in one-time funding for the maintenance and repair of local roads and bridges in cities and towns across the state. The package is a bond bill under which the funding would be borrowed by the state through the sale of bonds. Only final approval by the Senate is needed prior to the bill going to Gov. Charlie Baker’s desk. Other provisions include $200 million for rail improvements and $1.5 billion in bonding to allow for federal interstate repairs to advance. According to officials, 80 percent of the $1.5 billion would be reimbursed by the federal government. Supporters said the $200 million would help cities and towns keep their roads and bridges safe and allow many vital municipal road projects to move forward. No one voted against the bill but there are some legislators and city and town officials who say the same old $200 million that has been given since fiscal 2012 is insufficient. For several years, the Massachusetts Municipal Association (MMA) has been seeking to increase the amount to $300 million. Advocates say that cities and towns maintain and repair 90 percent of the roadways in the Bay State. They note that because of revenue caps imposed by Proposition 2 1/2, cities and towns are very dependent on state funding to keep roads and bridges from crumbling. “Chapter 90 was set at $200 million in fiscal year 2012, and eight years later remains at that same level,” said MMA Executive Director Geoff Beckwith. “Because of inflation, this means that communities are experiencing a real, after-inflation reduction of $50 million a year. The MMA’s longterm goal is to work with the governor and Legislature on a shared strategy to increase Chapter 90 funding above current levels, so that cities and towns can improve the quality of our roadways and save local tax dollars.” Transportation House chairman Bill Straus (D-Mattapoisett) said the current $200 million is sufficient when combined with other state programs that help cities’ and towns’ infrastructure including $50 million for small bridge repair. “The towns and cities throughout the commonwealth will again receive this timely assistance for care of their local roads,” said Straus. “Through good and bad economic times, the Legislature has consistently provided this important aid to the communities.” (A “Yes” vote is for the bill.) Rep. Paul Donato Rep. Steven Ultrino Yes Yes $41.1 MILLION SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET (H 3819) House 152-0, approved and sent to the Senate a $41.1 million fiscal year 2019 supplemental spending plan to cover expenses and to fund various state programs and agencies that are running out of money. Provisions include $3.6 million for early education and care; $2.1 million for a state workers’ compensation program; $140,000 for the state’s military division including the National Guard; $14.2 million for the state to pay certain court judgments, settlements and legal fees; extending for another year the law that allows betting on simulcast races; creation of a task force to ensure proper evidence storage in court cases; and funding for a number of collective bargaining agreements. Supporters say the package is a reasonable and fiscally responsible one. House budget chief Rep. Aaron Michlewitz (D-Boston) did not respond to repeated requests from Beacon Hill Roll Call to comment on the budget. (A “Yes” vote is for the bill.) Rep. Paul Donato Rep. Steven Ultrino Yes Yes HOW LONG WAS LAST WEEK'S SESSION? Beacon Hill Roll Call tracks the length of time that the House and Senate were in session each week. Many legislators say that legislative sessions are only one aspect of the Legislature's job and that a lot of important work is done outside of the House and Senate chambers. They note that their jobs also involve committee work, research, constituent work and other matters that are important to their districts. Critics say that the Legislature does not meet regularly or long enough to debate and vote in public view on the thousands of pieces of legislation that have been filed. They note that the infrequency and brief length of sessions are misguided and lead to irresponsible late-night sessions and a mad rush to act on dozens of bills in the days immediately preceding the end of an annual session. During the week of May 27-31, the House met for a total of five hours and three minutes while the Senate met for a total of three hours and 23 minutes. Mon. May 27 No House session Wed. May 29 House 11:08 a.m. to 2:55 p.m. Fri. May 31 No House session No Senate session Tues. May 28 House 11:02 a.m. to 11:21 a.m. Senate 11:03 a.m. to 11:17 a.m. No Senate session Thurs. May 30 House 11:01 a.m. to 12:08 p.m. Senate 11:19 a.m. to 2:28 p.m. No Senate session Bob Katzenwelcomes feedback at bob@beaconhillrollcall.com to help her complete the project. She reached out to Northeast’s carpentry department earlier this month to create wooden marker holders. Students quickly got to work, cutting out eight blocks of wood and then drilling 24 holes in each block that perfectly fit the caps of the markers. “This was a great project that allowed our sophomore students to practice what they’re learning in shop and create something that will directly benefit their younger peers,” Instructor Albert Turco said. “One of our core values at Northeast is being able to give back to our communities, so we didn’t think twice about bringing this project to life.” After carpentry students finished the marker holders, Greenwood students, as part of their work in art class, painted the blocks different colors. The blocks are now an integral part of Drago’s classroom, and are able to travel from table to table as needed for art projects. “Northeast Metro Tech is such a great resource and we’re so happy that carpentry students could help us with this project,” Drago said. “The kids were so excited to see the marker holders and use them. We love them!” Everett resident named to Dean’s List at Mount St. Mary’s University E MMITSBURG, Md. – Brenden McCarthy of Everett was named to the Dean’s List at Mount St. Mary’s University for the spring 2019 semester. To qualify for the Dean’s List, a student must have a 3.5 grade point average or higher, completed at least 12 letter-graded units in the preceding semester or nine letter-graded units per semester for Weekend College. Everett residents graduate from Lasell College N EWTON – Everett residents Kimberly Calaj, Gianna DeVeer and Mariana McCarthy graduated from Lasell College on May 11. Calaj graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing, DeVeer graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in fashion and Retail Merchandising and McCarthy graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in athletic training.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, June 7, 2019 Page 23 OBITUARIES Matilde M. (Scarsella) Massaro and Marisa O’Donnell and her husband, Michael. And loving Bisnonna of Lucca O’Donnell. Services are private and will be held at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Matilde’s memory to Care Dimensions, 75 Sylvan St. Danvers, MA 01923 would be sincerely appreciated William David Singleton Of West Lebanon, NH, formerly of Everett, died after a brief illOf Everett, entered into eternal rest on Tuesday, June 4, 2019 in the Kaplan Family Hospice House in Danvers. She was 95 years old. Born in Fagnano Alto, Italy, Matilde resided in Everett for over 60 years. She was a talented seamstress by profession. Beloved wife of the late Antonio. Dear and devoted Mamma of Enio Massaro and his wife, Maureen of Wakefield and Alessandro Massaro and his wife, Maureen Pompeo of Nahant. Sister of the late Pamfilo Scarsella, Angela Massaro and Ilde Aquilio. Loving Nonna of Carla Massaro ness on Sunday, May 26, 2019. He was predeceased by his wife, Dorothy Singleton and by his daughter, Joan Smith. He is survived by his daughters Linda Nolan and her husband Tom of Savannah, GA, Diane Pulley of West Lebanon, NH, Nancy Singleton of Canaan, NH, Darlene Dubuque and her husband Jon of West Lebanon, NH and a son Mark Singleton of Winthrop. William is also survived by ten grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. William was born in Cambridge on July 4, 1928. He was a veteran of the United States Coast Guard and retired from the U.S. Postal Service. William did his best to live his life to the fullest. He was the kindest man you could ever meet. He loved being around his family and he especially loved all the times we all spent together at his favorite place, York Beach, Maine. He will be deeply missed by all that had the pleasure of knowing him. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Jack Byrne Palliative Care Center in Lebanon, NH or the American Heart Association. Phyllis Marie Dean Of Revere, formerly of Everett & Chelsea died on May 30. She was the beloved mother of David P. Dean of Woburn. Phyllis was the sister of the late Edward Dean, Robert Dean, Francis Dean, Virginia Mack & John Dean and the loving grandmother of David Dean, Jr., Jonathan Dean & Casey Dean. She is also survived by many nieces & nephew. In lieu of flowers donations in her memory may be made to Chelsea Jewish Nursing Home Activities Fund. Savvy Senior How a Government Pension Might Reduce Your Social Security Benefits Dear Savvy Senior, As a teacher for 20 years, I receive a pension from a school system that did not withhold Social Security taxes from my pay. After teaching, I’ve been working for a small company where I do pay Social Security taxes. Now, approaching age 65, I would like to retire and apply for my Social Security benefits. But I’ve been told that my teacher’s pension may cause me to lose some of my Social Security. Is that true? Ready to Retire Dear Ready, Yes, it’s true. It’s very likely that your Social Security retirement benefits will be reduced under the terms of a government rule called the Windfall Elimination Provision (or WEP). The WEP affects people • Burials • Cremations • Pre-Arrangements • Serving the Greater Boston and North Shore regions for over 250 years! It is our purpose to give thoughtful service, and if in so doing, we have helped to lighten your burden, our goal has been accomplished. 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No phone calls please”. who receive pensions from jobs in which they were not required to pay Social Security taxes – for example, police officers, firefighters, teachers and state and local government workers whose employers were not part of the national Social Security system. People who worked for nonprofit or religious organizations before 1984 may also be outside the system. Many of these people, like you, are also eligible for Social Security retirement or disability benefits based on other work they did over the course of their career for which Social Security taxes were paid. Because of your teacher’s pension, Social Security will use a special formula to calculate your retirement benefits, reducing them compared to what you’d otherwise get. How much they’ll be reduced depends on your work history. But one rule that generally applies is that your Social Security retirement benefits cannot be cut by more than half the size of your pension. And the WEP does not apply to survivor benefits. If you’re married and die, your dependents can get a full Social Security payment, unless your spouse has earned his or her own government pension for which they didn’t pay Social Security taxes. If that’s the case, Social Security has another rule known as the Government Pension Offset (or GPO) that affects spouses or widows/widowers benefits. Under the GPO, spousal and survivor benefits will be cut by two-thirds of the amount of their pension. And if their pension is large enough, their Social Security spousal or survivor benefits will be zero. There are a few exceptions to these rules most of which are based on when you entered the Social Security workforce. Why Do These Rules Exist? According to the Social Security Administration, the reason Congress created the WEP (in 1983) and GPO (in 1977) was to create a more equitable system. People who get both a pension from non-Social Security work and benefits from Social Security-covered work get an unfair windfall due to the formula of how benefit amounts are calculated. These rules ensure that government employees who don’t pay Social Security taxes would end up with roughly the same income as people who work in the private sector and do pay them. For more information on the WEP visit SSA.gov/planners/retire/wep.html, where you’ll also find a link to their WEP online calculator to help you figure out how much your Social Security benefits may be reduced. And for more information on GPO, including a GPO calculator, see SSA.gov/ planners/retire/gpo.html. Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit SavvySenior.org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of “The Savvy Senior” book.

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