EV Vol. 31, No. 24 -FREEEVE ER TT Everett’s Local News Source for over 30 Years! ADDOCCO TEAT www.advocatenews.net Free Every Friday 617-387-2200 Friday, June 17, 2022 TRUTH IS TOLD: Tables turn on LeaderHerald owners and reporter thanks to City Clerk’s deposition in Mayor’s libel case against newspaper Cornelio denies giving any interview to Resnek for Sept. 8, 15, 2021, stories which slander mayor We’re committed to learning, listening, and reflecting. As part of our commitment to do right by our community, our branches will be closed on Monday, June 20 in observance of Juneteenth. As always, you can access our ATMs and your Online & Mobile Banking anytime. Enroll at www.EverettBank.com By James D. Mitchell I n what could be called a bombshell to the Philbin 419 BROADWAY. EVERETT, MA 02149 771 SALEM ST. LYNNFIELD, MA 01940 WWW.EVERETTBANK.COM 617-387-1110 781-776-4444 Member FDIC | Member DIF SINCE 1921 Messinger Insurance Agency 475 Broadway Everett, MA 02149 Phone: 617-387-2700 Fax: 617-387-7753 NEW COMPETITIVE AUTO RATES AND BENEFITS AVAILABLE  ACCIDENT FORGIVENESS  DISAPPEARING COLLISION DEDUCTIBLE  11% DISCOUNT WITH SUPPORTING POLICY  10% COMBINED PAY IN FULL DISCOUNT AND GREEN DISCOUNT  10% GOOD STUDENT DISCOUNT Celebrating 100 years of excellence! Monday thru Friday: 8am to 6pm Saturdays 9am to 1pm! Check out our NEW website! www.messingerinsurance.com newspaper venture, which published, according to Mayor Carlo DeMaria’s defamation lawsuit filed on October 7, 2021, two stories in Sept. of 2021 prior to the primary election claiming Everett City Clerk Sergio Cornelio made accusations that the mayor extorted him after partnering in a commercial property deal, Cornelio has testified to the contrary. Cornelio’s May 3, 2022, testimony to attorneys suing Everett Leader-Herald owner Matthew Philbin, Andrew Philbin, Sr. and reporter Josh Resnek states that the claims were never given and he was never interviewed by Resnek for the two stories published on Sept 8. and Sept. 15 defaming the mayor. It is now shown through the city clerk’s own testimony that they were false and defamatory articles to hurt the mayor’s reelection. In a copy of the deposition provided to The Advocate by a source close to the case, Cornelio stated to Attorney Jeff Robbins of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP, one of the attorneys representing the mayor, that Resnek first appeared at his City Hall office while delivering newspapers in 2021 and stated to him that he knew about the 43 Corey St. commercial property deal that Cornelio and the mayor were involved in and asserted to the city clerk, “The mayor is extorting you – you have to grow a pair of balls!” Cornelio said that he met with City Councillor Mike Marchese in the summer of 2021 after the councillor approached him about purchasing his Elsie Street property, which his wife, a Somerville police detective, would purchase under asking price. Cornelio stated in the deposition that Greg Antonelli and Mike Marchese approached him over suing the mayor over the proceeds from the Corey Street property deal, which at one time, Cornelio also testified that Antonelli, owner of GTA TRUTH | SEE PAGE 4

Page 2 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 City Council votes to hold meeting on reappointment of city clerk By Stephen Hagan T he Everett City Councillors voted Monday to hold an executive session meeting to consider the reappointment of City Clerk Sergio Cornelio. Ward 2 Councillor Stephanie Martins said the city’s Legislative Aff airs Committee met earlier to consider the reappointment, adding that she wants a public session to be held on the matter. “For those of us not in committee, we have questions,” Martins said. The councillors later agreed to refer the matter to an executive session due to sensitive personnel matters that would ANGELO’S FULL SERVICE Regular Unleaded $4.789 Mid Unleaded $4.999 Super $5.549 Diesel Fuel $5.789 44 Years of Excellence!! 1978-2022 KERO $8.99 DEF $4.75 9 DYED ULS $5.259 9 HEATING OIL 24-Hour Burner Service Call for Current Price! DEF Available by Pump! 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He’s done a heck of a job.” Marchese, who has served since 1996, said the council has always reappointed city clerks in Everett. “He’s a personal friend and I never voted against anybody,” said Marchese. “Anybody who comes up for reappointment, we reappoint them.” Martins said she believes a diverse group of candidates needs to be considered for appointed positions in city government, adding that she feels the council needs to be held accountable for the candidate chosen. “I’m not about nepotism,” she said. “I’m in favor of opening up the position where everyone can apply and the most qualifi ed person can win.” Cornelio, who was originally appointed Everett City Clerk in 2018, also serves as president of the Massachusetts Town Clerk’s Association. Costa takes City Council seat The Everett City Council on Monday appointed Darren Costa – replacing former Ward 3 Councillor Anthony DiPierro after DiPierro admitted to sharing a racist meme. 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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Page 3 Mayor DeMaria Congratulates Newly Appointed Officer Special to The Advocate M ayor Carlo DeMaria would like to congratulate Police Officer Travis Nally, who was appointed to the Everett Police Department at the latest City Council meeting. “I wish you all the best and hope you have a long, prosperous, and safe career serving the residents of Everett,” said Mayor DeMaria. WELCOME: Shown from left to right, Officer Travis Nally and Everett Police Chief Steve Mazzie. Everett to Host Free COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics on Saturdays in June T hose getting first vaccine doses will receive $100 grocery gift card. Individuals getting a second dose or booster will receive a $25 grocery gift card. EVERETT, Mass. (June 1, 2022) – The City of Everett will host free COVID-19 vaccine clinics every Saturday in June at the former Pope John XXIII High School. As part of a special promotion, everyone who gets their first vaccine dose at these clinics will receive a $100 grocery store gift card, and individuals getting a second dose or a booster will receive a $25 gift card, while supplies last. The clinic is a collaboration with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) and is free to everyone 5 and older. No ID or proof of health insurance is required. The vaccination clinics will be held at 888 Broadway (use rear entrance of the Pope John School) in Everett at the following dates and times: St. Mary’s High School Term 3 Honors List S t. Mary’s High School announces its honor roll and principal’s list for the third quarter of the 2021-22 academic year. Honor roll students must achieve 85 or above in all of their classes. Students earning principal’s list status must achieve 90 or above in all of their classes. The following students from Everett have achieved this honor: Honor Roll Freddy Bermudez, ’23 Jessica Young, ’24 Saturday, June 18 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, June 25 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. DPH’s Vaccine Equity Initiative is designed to increase awareness of, and access to, the COVID-19 vaccine and mitigate the impacts of the pandemic. The City of Everett is among many local partners helping to share information about the COVID-19 vaccine and increase access to vaccinations. “As we enter the busy summer season with more opportunities to travel and reconnect with loved ones – getting a COVID-19 vaccine is an important way for people to protect themselves and others,” said Public Health Commissioner Margret Cooke. “By hosting clinics in communities across the Commonwealth that have lower vaccination rates, we aim to make getting a vaccine convenient and easy for our residents.” “We are grateful for the continued support from DPH and local partners to bring this clinic to residents of Everett and surrounding communities,” said Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria. “Convenient clinics remain important tools to help get unvaccinated residents protected against COVID-19.” To date, more than 5.3 million people in Massachusetts are now fully vaccinated. COVID-19 vaccines and boosters have been rigorously tested and proven to be safe and effective by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, providing protection from the virus and preventing serious illness. For more information about the COVID-19 vaccination clinics, and to find a clinic near you, visit www.mass.gov/ covid-19-vaccine.

Page 4 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Lawrence A. Simeone Jr. Attorney-at-Law ~ Since 1989 ~ * Corporate Litigation * Criminal/Civil * MCAD * Zoning/Land Court * Wetlands Litigation * Workmen’s Compensation * Landlord/Tenant Litigation * Real Estate Law * Construction Litigation * Tax Lein * Personal Injury * Bankruptcy * Wrongful Death * Zoning/Permitting Litigation 300 Broadway, Suite 1, Revere * 781-286-1560 Lsimeonejr@simeonelaw.net TRUTH | FROM PAGE 1 Landscaping, was interested in purchasing, offering at one time $1.25 million but claimed that Antonelli would later walk away from the deal. Cornelio claimed that he wasn’t interested in suing the mayor but spoke to Atty. Joseph Marchese by phone after being referred to by Councillor Marchese, a former longtime friend of the mayor turned enemy along with his brother, Joseph. But that’s when the pressure started to mount from Leader-Herald owner Matt Philbin, according to the deposition, when, for example, Cornelio attended dinners hosted by Philbin, and his brother, Andrew, an Everett firefighter and rooming house owner, and former City Clerk David Ragucci. gether, admitting in testimony that the mayor obtained everything – from a surveyor and legal support to finding a buyer for the property – and that it was all legal in every way. The mayor and Cornelio both sought legal advice from KP Law regarding their ethical obligations as municipal employees. An opinion was provided which stated that the mayor did not violate his ethical obligations, and DeMaria was advised to file a disclosure pursuant to Gen. Laws c. 268A, § 23(b)(3). On August 25, 2020, the State Ethics Commission issued an advisory opinion concurring with the attorney. Despite that, Cornelio admitted that Resnek told him in a meeting in the City Clerk’s Office that he (Resnek) knew that DeMaria “extorted me and that he with the mayor where the mayor would be entitled to a share of the proceeds, Cornelio stated, “I never spoke to Mr. Resnek about any of that.” The big question was finally asked when the attorney asked Cornelio, “Did Mr. Resnek ever interview you in connection with the articles that he wrote about Corey Street? Cornelio replied, “Mr. Resnek has never interviewed me about Corey Street.” When asked if anyone from the Leader Herald ever asked him about the facts leading up to the sale of Corey Street and the distribution of the proceeds, Cornelio testified that there was “some discussion – he asked me a few questions.” When he was asked to identify who “he” was, Sergio stated, “Mr. Philbin – Matt Philbin.” Attorney’s question: “Did Mr. Resnek ever interview you in connection with the articles that he wrote about Corey Street?” Cornelio’s answer: “Mr. Resnek has never interviewed me about Corey Street.” It has been mentioned in the mayor’s lawsuit that the Philbin’s, through their newspaper, were seeking revenge over then-Alderman Carlo DeMaria’s scrutiny of the Philbin’s rooming house issues on Chelsea Street. In multiple occasions during the deposition, Cornelio testified that the property deal for the Corey Street property was indeed a mutual arrangement with the mayor and that they agreed to a 55/45 split, with the 45% going to the mayor. Multiple texts were presented as evidence proving their business arrangement was anything close to contentious. Having no experience with developing property or ever obtaining a mortgage, Cornelio relied on DeMaria to put the entire sale of the property toEverett Aluminum 10 Everett Ave., Everett 617-389-3839 Owned & operated by the Conti family since 1958 • 57 Years! family since 1958 • 64 “Same name, phone number & address for over half a century. 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When asked if Resnek ever asked him whether or not he had an actual agreement Cornelio claimed that Resnek appeared only one time at his office for an interview to speak to him about the sale of Corey Street and that Resnek did all the talking. “He spoke,” said Cornelio about Resnek. “I’d have to speak to be interviewed.” “Did you ever provide any quotes to Mr. Resnek about what had occurred with respect to the purchase of Corey Street, the sale of Corey Street or the distribution of proceeds from the sale of Corey Street?” Cornelio’s answer, “No, I did not.” When asked by the attorney, on the occasion of the stories about Mr. DeMaria and Corey Street, did he (Resnek) “literally make up” Cornelio’s quotes? Cornelio replied, “Yes.” Next week: Resnek’s deposition of lies. Spring is Here!

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Page 5 Everett celebrates LGBTQ+ community with Pride fl ag raising M Special to Th e Advocate ayor Carlo DeMaria, the City of Everett, and community members gathered at the corner of Church Street and Broadway to raise the “Progress” Pride flag at City Hall. The mayor, speaking from the podium, expressed the importance of raising this fl ag in Everett to be a symbol that everyone is welcome no matter who they are. Mayor DeMaria also talked about how unfortunate it is that many people still have to face ridicule, bullying and being treated diff erently by others for their sexual orientation or what they identify as. “I hope this fl ag stands as a symbol to let everyone know that our City is welcoming and inclusive to all who visit and reside here,” said DeMaria. “I also hope that one day no one will be made to feel ashamed or be ridiculed for who they truly are.” This ceremony’s flag was different than those in past years because the City of Everett raised the updated Pride fl ag that is often referred to as the “Progress” Pride flag. The “Progress” Pride fl ag oriMayor Calo DeMaria talked about how the City of Everett will always raise the Pride fl ag in support of the LGBTQ+ community. Many community members gathered to witness the Pride fl ag being raised at City Hall. gin, according to “Reader’s Digest”: “A year after the debut of the Philadelphia Pride Flag [2017] … designer Daniel Quasar introduced a reworked version of the more inclusive fl ag. ‘When the Pride fl ag was recreated in the last year to include both black/brown stripes as well as the trans stripes included this year, I wanted to see if there could be more emphasis in the design of the fl ag to give it more meaning,’ Quasar explained … The white, pink, and light blue chevron design on the Progress Pride Flag refl ects the colors of the Transgender Flag, while the brown and black stripes represent marginalized people of colRainbow cupcakes were available for everyone to enjoy. or. The black stripe has a dual meaning: It also honors those lost to HIV/AIDS and is a nod to the stigma surrounding those still living with HIV.” On the website progress. gay, Quasar states, “The trans The updated “Progress” Pride Flag fl ies proudly at Everett City Hall. fl ag stripes and marginalized community stripes were shifted to the Hoist of the fl ag and given a new chevron shape. The arrow points to the right to show forward movement, while being along the hoist edge shows that progress still needs to be made.” Mayor DeMaria and the City of Everett would like to thank everyone who joined the ceremony in support of Everett’s LGBTQ+ community.

Page 6 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Everett Resident Amy Ngan Completes Intensive Research Project at WPI W ORCESTER, MA - Amy Ngan, a member of the class of 2023 majoring in Biomedical Engineering (BS) at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), was a member of a student team that recently completed an intense research project titled Carbon Literacy in Worcestershire Libraries. At WPI, all undergraduates are required to complete a research-driven, professional-level project that applies science and technology to addresses an important societal need or issue. About two-thirds of students complete a project at one of the university’s 50-plus off-campus project centers, which are located around the world. A signature element of the innovative undergraduate experience at WPI, the project-based curriculum offers students the opportunity to apply their scientific and technical knowledge to develop thoughtful solutions to real problems that affect the quality of people’s lives-and make a difference before they graduate. “The WPI project-based curriculum’s focus on global studies brings students out of the classroom and their comfort zones and into the global community to apply their knowledge and to solve problems,” said Professor Kent Rissmiller, professor of Integrative& Global Studies and associate dean of The Global School. “Students are immersed in all aspects of a different culture, from the way people live and work to the values they hold to the foods they eat - all valuable perspectives for surviving and thriving in today’s global marketplace. They also learn the meaning and magic of teamwork; make a real and meaningful difference in their host community; and gain a competitive edge for any resume, or graduate or professional school application.” Mayor, City of Everett announce Juneteenth-themed Concert in the Park and Senior Summer BBQ M ayor Carlo DeMaria and the City of Everett are pleased to announce a Concert in the Park: Celebrating Juneteenth, which will take place at Lt. Joseph Wehner Park in Everett on Thursday, June 23 from 6-8 p.m. This concert will be headlined by Grammy-nominated R&B singer/songwriter Cyrus DeShield and accompanied by CJ the DJ. The theme of this event is to continue celebrating JuneWe Sell Cigars & Accessories R.Y.O. TOBACCO ---------TUBES CIGAR SMOKERS DELIGHT! 15 Handmade Churchill Size Cigars including a Cohiba - Long Leaf filler - wrapped $43.95 FIFTY YEARS 2022 Happy Father’s Day 1972 HUMIDOR SPECIAL! $99.95 Complete! Reg. 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The event will take place on Friday, July 15 at the Connolly Center (90 Chelsea St. in Everett) from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. We invite all of our community’s seniors to attend this barbecue to kick off the summer season. This year’s theme for the barbecue is Americana, so we encourage all participants to wear patriotic clothing. This event is for Everett seniors only and proof of Everett residency will be required upon registration. The registration period to sign is up from July 1 to July 8. To register, please call 617394-2323 or 617-394-2260 or visit the Connolly Center in person. Also, when you register, please indicate if you require transportation. Kayla Fraser of Everett named to University of Rhode Island Spring 2022 Dean’s List K INGSTON, RI - The University of Rhode Island is pleased to announce that Kayla Fraser of Everett has been named to the Spring 2022 Dean’s List. Students named to the Dean’s List represent nearly all of Rhode Island’s cities and towns, all six New England states, New York and New Jersey, and many other states and countries. To be included on the Dean’s List, full-time students must have completed 12 or more credits for letter grades which are GPA applicable during a semester and achieved at least a 3.30 quality point average. Parttime students qualify with the accumulation of 12 or more credits for letter grades which are GPA applicable earning at least a 3.30 quality point average. To view the entire Dean’s List, visit: uri.edu/academics/deanslist/. 2022 Greater Boston League Softball All-Stars announced T he 2022 Greater Boston League Softball All-Stars (GBL) has been announced this past week. Representing Everett is junior catcher Kayley Rossi; junior outfielder Kristi Kane; and sophomore shortstop Gianna Masucci. Representing Malden is senior catcher Lissette Curran, and junior pitcher Peyton Lightbody. Representing Revere is freshman first baseman Lea Doucette. Most Valuable Player is senior Celeste Fuccillo of Everett. COY is Rebecca Krigman of Malden. Congratulations to all the student-athletes.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Page 7 ~ Guest Commentary ~ Mission from Mars By Gini Pariseau I n a conversation not long ago, I asked a man where he was from. He told me he was from Mars originally but had moved on. Having originally been from Venus and moved on myself, I was fascinated to hear about his journey. He told me Mars was a starting point in his Map Quest of life. Fatherhood was the vehicle that catapulted him off the planet, and it took him to a place he had never known existed. For the fi rst time in his life, he fastened his seat belt. From the moment he beheld that extension of himself, he realized that Mars would probably not be a habitable place for him anymore. Mars off ered selfi sh awareness, the supposed liberation of an unplanned future and a day-today existence that required little emotion and plenty of instant gratifi cation. Fatherhood, from the moment this man was awarded the title, was a vehicle that burst forward at whiplash speed. He cruised through inspiring territories of awareness and being. To this very special man, “that moment” crowned him with responsibility. Winning was never again to be determined in innings or goals or yards. On Mars, winning was the epitome of every endeavor or challenge. Fatherhood changed all that. Now it wasn’t a matter of winning. Rather, it was the hope that when all was said and done, there would be no losers. So many of us will celebrate this Father’s Day with special thoughts and memories of the journey that these former Martians took us on. I will never “dine out” without giving thanks for my father’s continuous eff ort to make sure I knew my table manners. I will never start to walk up a set of stairs and not hear my father always saying…”There’s always something that needs to be carried up!” It may be why my father was never a big sports fan. He had gone on to other provocations. I proved to be enough of a challenge. On my wedding day, when he gave me away, I was never sure whose special day it really was. There wasn’t a trophy or tee-shirt or award of any kind that could trump that moment. He knew he never actually gave me away. I think perhaps a father’s love is quiet and not always as obvious as a Mother’s might be. A Father’s love is more of a reverberation that comes to you later on in the everyday happenings of your life. Father’s Day is a perfect time to not only remember who your Father was or is, but who you are on ordinary days because of him. I think that maybe the best tribute of all I could give my Dad is that through all the ups and downs of my life, I never felt like a loser. Game point! MVES Commits To Justice on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day M ALDEN — June 15 marks Wor ld Elder Abuse Awareness Day, a time to bring attention to this critical issue affecting older adults worldwide. 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A member of the Class of 2024, Carbone was among more than 1,457 students named to the Dean’s List for outstanding academic achievement during the spring semester of the 2021-22 academic year. To qualify, students must pass four or more letter-graded courses with no failing grades during the semester and earn a GPA of 3.5 or higher.

Page 8 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Rep. McGonagle visits Market St. culvert progress S LIKE US ON FACEBOOK ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER FACEBOOK.COM/ADVOCATE.NEWS.MA tate Representative Joe McGonagle recently stopped by the Market Street culvert to observe employees of the City of Everett and BSC Group install an irrigation system and replant the riverbank with hundreds of native plants as part of a restoration program on the Island End River. Part of the project was funded by a MassWorks grant secured by McGonagle and State Senator Sal DiDomenico from the Baker Administration. “I am thrilled to see the progress in person,” said McGonagle. “It can be sometimes frustrating to not see the tangible results of money secured, but to visit this site and see the team working hard felt like a big victory. Projects like this are becoming increasingly more essential as we continue to see the effects of climate change and the damage caused by flooding. Many thanks to the city employees and the BSC group for their work.” After years of trying to solve the flooding caused by the collapsed culvert under Boston Market Terminal on the Everett/Chelsea line, the solution has been completed and a public-private partnership has ended a generation of flooding issues for Everett residents. Last month the Everett Conservation Commission issued a Certificate of Compliance to the Davis Companies and the City of Everett for “daylighting” a large portion of the river and completion of a new culvert on the Davis Company’s property. Daylighting is an environmentally friendly way to return the stream to its normal flow area while also allowing the water to be cleaned naturally through sunlight hitting it. It also prevents future collapses and expensive maintenance. In addition, a new tide gate installed recently helps to relieve monthly coastal flooding that occurs on Spring Street, and the daylighting of the river added storage capacity and increased flow rates to the Mystic River. The Davis Companies installed a 12 x 16 box culvert to handle the flow under their property and gave up some property in the parking lot for the City of Everett’s portion. The restoration project is part of the permit of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which reviewed the project.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Page 9 Tahiliani Receives Statewide Honor Everett Superintendent Receives M.A.S.S. President’s Award I n a resounding display of respect and admiration from Superintendent Priya Tahiliani accepts the M.A.S.S. Leadership Award from Tim Piwowar at the organization’s Spring Meeting. her colleagues throughout the Commonwealth, Everett Superintendent of Schools Priya Tahiliani has been honored with a 2022 President’s Award by the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents (M.A.S.S.). “It was a special occasion made all the more meaningful by the fact that I shared the moment with members of my Central Offi ce team and School Committee Chairperson Jeanne Cristiano,” said Tahiliani, who received the award at the M.A.S.S. Spring Meeting in Marlborough. “People are taking note of the great work we are doing, and the example we are setting. It was incredibly satisfying to accept this honor on behalf of the Everett Public Schools.” M.A.S.S. is the only statewide organization devoted to advocating and supporting superintendents and assistant superintendents. In addition to holding meetings, events, and seminars throughout the year, M.A.S.S. oversees a New Superintendent’s Induction Program. Tahiliani is completing the three-year program under the tutelage of former Chelsea Superintendent and TAHILIANI | SEE PAGE 24 From left: Outgoing M.A.S.S. President Tim Piwowar, Superintendent Priya Tahiliani, M.A.S.S. Director of Government Aff airs Mary Bourque, M.A.S.S. Executive Director Tom Scott, School Committee Chairwoman Jeanne Cristiano, and Deputy Superintendent Kim Tsai. (Photos courtesy of the Everett School Dept.)

Page 10 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 City honors fallen heroes at Firefighters Memorial Ceremony Special to Th e Advocate M ayor Carlo DeMaria, along with the Everett Fire Department (EFD), honored those who served the EFD and are no longer with us. The City of Everett hosted a Firefi ghters Memorial Ceremony for the fi rst time since 2019 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. EFD personnel, community leaders, residents, elected offi cials and the families of the men whose names were added to the Everett Firefi ghters Memorial Stone came together over the weekend to honor the departed fi refi ghters. The Memorial Stone features the names of fi refi ghters to honor them for their service to the City of Everett. The names of the fi refi ghters who were added to the memorial stone are: • Fire Chief David Butler • Captain Albert Odian • Private Joseph De - George • Private Thomas McMillan • Private Louis D’Angelo Mayor DeMaria and the City of Everett would like to thank everyone who attended the ceremony to honor and remember the fi refi ghters who bravely served our community. Everett Fire Dept. Captain Derek Perretti spoke at the podium. Mayor Carlo DeMaria is shown with the family of Private Louis D’Angelo. The names of late firefighters who served the City of Everett and are no longer with us are engraved on the Firefi ghter’s Memorial Stone. Everett Fire Dept. Lieutenant Craig Hardy spoke at the podium. Mayor Carlo DeMaria is shown speaking at the podium to honor the fi refi ghters who are no longer with us. The Everett Fire Dept. Honor Guard lead the procession. Mayor Carlo DeMaria is shown with the family of Private Joseph DeGeorge. Mayor Carlo DeMaria is shown with the family of the late Fire Chief David Butler.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Page 11 City honors fallen heroes at Firefighters Memorial Ceremony The ceremony was held outside of the Everett Fire Station in Glendale Square. Mayor Carlo DeMaria, along with State Rep. Joe McGonagle and State Sen. Sal DiDomenico and EFD Chaplain Rev. Bishop Brown with Councillor Al Littanzi and fi re offi cials. Singers, shown from left – led by Brenda LaForce – Maddie LaForce, Ashley-Rose Saffi e and Rory Perretti performed the National Anthem, “God Bless America” and various other tunes at the memorial service. Everett Firefi ghters saluted their fallen brothers.

Page 12 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Legendary Roomful of Blues band appears Sunday, June 19 at Kowloon As part of a summer Veterans benefit outdoor concert series Mayor announces senior shuttle being offered to Everett seniors M ayor Carlo DeMaria and the Council on Aging – thanks to a grant from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs – are once again pleased to announce “door to door” senior transportation with SCM Transportation. Shuttle services are available for Everett seniors in need of transportation to and from medical appointments and for local scheduled nutritional shopping to Stop & Shop, Market Basket and Wegmans. To arrange for transportation or for a shopping schedule, please call 617-6251191. For additional information, please call the Council on Aging at 617-394-2323 or 617-394-2260. On One Year Anniversary F or the last 50 years, Roomful of Blues has become legendary in the Blues World. The group, an American blues and swing revival big band from Rhode Island, has toured worldwide and recorded numerous albums. The group’s blend of swing, rock and roll, jump blues, boogie-woogie and soul has earned it five Grammy Award nominations and many other accolades, plus seven Blues Music Awards; including Blues Band of the Year in 2005. Over the years Roomful of Blues has played countless gigs and at major festivals, including – in this country – the San Francisco Blues Festival, King Biscuit Blues Festival, Beale Street Music Festival, Kansas City Blues Festival, Monterey Blues Festival and Santa Cruz Blues Festival. Abroad the group has played at the North Sea Jazz Festival, the Stockholm Jazz Festival, the Montreux Jazz Festival, the Notodden Festival and the Belgian Rhythm & Blues Festival. They have gigged with stars ranging from blues performers B.B. King, Otis Rush and Stevie Ray Vaughan to rockers Eric Clapton and Carlos Santana. The band has toured virtually nonstop, hitting cities coast to coast and traveling abroad, including to Spain, Italy, France, Portugal, Switzerland, Turkey and Russia. In 1967, Roomful of Blues was born in Rhode Island when guitarist Duke Robillard and pianist Al Copley started a band playing noholds-barred Chicago blues. They soon began exploring the swinging, jumping blues, R&B and jazz of the 1940s and 1950s, adding a horn section in 1970. Roomful of Blues, which is an eight-piece unit, is led by guitarist Chris Vachon and features longtime sax player Rich Lataille and singer Phil Pemberton. The other members are trumpeter Carl Gerhard, bassist John Turner, drummer Chris Rivelli, saxophonist Mark Earley and keyboardist Rusty Scott. On Sunday, June 19, Roomful of Blues will perform outside at Kowloon Restaurant (Route 1 North in Saugus) as part of a summer Veterans benefit concert series. Tickets are available at GimmeLive.com or at the door, day of the show (300). Reviews “[They are] the baddest big blues band in the land.” —Boston Herald “Roomful of Blues blows ’em out of the door … the hottest, most solid and wonderfully entertaining band of its type around.” —San Francisco Examiner “Roomful of Blues gave an object lesson in how to tackle modern blues with traditional swing and verve.” —The Times, London “In a class by itself …” — DownBeat “… irresistible on the dance floor. —Mademoiselle “If you are afflicted with podomotophobia – the fear of tapping your feet– stay clear of this band.” —People Law Offices of JOSEPH D. CATALDO, P.C. “ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW” • ESTATE/MEDICAID PLANNING • WILLS/TRUSTS/ESTATES • INCOME TAX PREPARATION • WEALTH MANAGEMENT • RETIREMENT PLANNING • ELDER LAW 369 Broadway Everett, MA 02149 (617)381-9600 JOSEPH D. CATALDO, CPA, CFP, MST, ESQUIRE. AICPA Personal Financial Specialist Designee of Legislature Passing Graduated Income Surtax Amendment, New Poll of Massachusetts Voters Show Significant Change of Mood Poll Covers Biden’s Handling of inflation, Gubernatorial Race, Legislature’s Surtax Amendment Question, Gas Tax Suspension, & Reasons for Why Voters are Leaving Massachusetts B OSTON – On the oneyear anniversary of the legislature passing their proposed graduated income surtax amendment, the Fiscal Alliance Foundation (FAF) announced the results of a new statewide poll of Massachusetts likely voters gauging Bay State opinions on a wide variety of familiar issues, including the upcoming ballot question. The poll gauged the opinions of voters on President Joe Biden’s handling of the economy and inflation, the open Governor’s race, the legislature’s graduated income surtax amendment ballot question, the effort to suspend the state gas tax, and reasons for why nearly 1 in 4 voters are currently considering leaving Massachusetts. The poll was conducted with live operators and fielded between June 1 - 5, 2022, surveyed 750 registered voters with a history of voting in elections. The margin of error is +/- 3.5% with a 95% confidence level. The poll was sponsored by the Fiscal Alliance Foundation and conducted by Jim Eltringham of Advantage Inc., a polling company in the Washington, D.C. area. Speaker Ron Mariano and Senate President Karen Spilka have rejected bi-partisan attempts to suspend the state gas tax, despite neighboring states doing so. The FAF poll asked voters if they think Massachusetts should temporarily suspend the state gas and diesel taxes and 68% said yes, while 18% said no. The poll asked voters if they are considering or have made plans to leave Massachusetts to reside somewhere else and nearly 1 in 4 voters responded that they are. For voters who responded they have plans or are considering leaving Massachusetts, the poll offered selection of several reasons for why they are leaving and the number one response was “taxes are too high” at nearly 32%. A similar poll was conducted in March by John Zogby of Zogby Strategies in New York state that also found “taxes are too high” as the primary reason for people leaving that neighboring Northeastern state. This is the second FAF poll that shows that a majority of voters would be against the legislature’s proposed income surtax amendment ballot question. In February, the poll found nearly 52% were against the question while 37% were in support of it. This June’s poll results show a sharp shift in opinion against the proposed ballot question. Nearly 69% of voters would not support it, while only 20% would support it. Among Massachusetts voters, concerns over inflation seems to be intensifying and the increasingly high costs associated with nearly everything may be causing voters to sour on proposed policies, and POLL | SEE PAGE 23

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Page 13 Everett High School Scholarship Night Photo Highlights Presented to recipients at the EHS Auditorium on Thursday, May 26 Scholarships and Recipients Amerino J. “Moody” Sarno Memorial Scholarship Nureini Mohamed Anette Cadet Memorial Scholarship Roolfdeen Prospere Angelo & “Buddy” DiMott Memorial Scholarship Brian Gibbs Arnold Plotnick Memorial Scholarship Olivia Parziale Arthur H. MacKinnon Scholarship Donell Auguste and Emilio Guzman Berberian Scholarship Marvin Aviles and Ashley Salazar Mayor’s Future Community Leadership Scholarship Sarai Velez, Liz Salaza, and Eduardo Ferreira-Herdy Carmen A. Schiavo Associates Scholarship Alyssa Hurley Constellation STEM Scholarship Alyssa Hurley and Breetika Maharjan Daniel Joseph Hanlon Memorial Scholarship Monica Claros Olivares DiDomenico Foundation Scholarship Emma Santos and Shawn Shiek Disabled Veterans Camp Corp. Janet Connolly O’Neill Memorial Scholarship Lakisha Kirnon Elizabeth McNeil Scholarship Fund Daniel Monge EHS Alumni Advocating Academic Achievement Jane Odiari and Leticia Zavala EHS Class of 1978 Memorial Scholarship Olivia Parziale Eric Christopher Poto Memorial Scholarship Isha Barua and Alexander Paniagua Everett Backman Scholarship Mary Doan Everett Firefighters Union IAFF Local 143 Memorial Scholarship Celeste Fuccillo and Alyssa Hurley Everett High School Culinary Arts Scholarship Isadora De Miranda and Marcus Santos Lima Everett High School Golden Graduate Scholarship Jocelynne Gutierrez Guzman Everett High School PTO Scholarship Jackelyne Abranches, Stephanie Azurdia, Aisatou Gassama, and Alyssa Hurley Everett High School Theatre Company Performance Excellence Scholarship Carl Durham, Jessica Lemus Montiel, Nicholas Pereira, and Darian Ventura Everett Police Betterment Association Award Gianna Cameron Everett Police Superior Officers’ Award Emily Campos Morales Everett Public Schools Custodians Scholarship Zynasia Hamilton-Matthews and Isaac Tomeho Everett Teachers’ Association Scholarship Mila Agnetta, Jayden Biggi, Gitalia Boyce, Geovanna Goncalves, Hector Guevara, Alyssa Hurley, Daniel Monge, Jessica Lemus Montiel, Ludovico Naimo, Luka Papa, Rebecca Ribeiro, and Kailyn Seward Fox Translation Services Scholarship Rudy Andrade Guerrero, Maria Costa Meira, Maria DaSilva Alves, Beatriz DoNascimento, Raquel Larin Calles, Ralph-Nise Metellus, Camilly Moura, Davide Rivera Sandoval, Sthefanie Santos, and Tania Ventura Tejada Frank J. Mayo, Class of 1954, Memorial Scholarship Jose Martinez and Shawn Shiek Jean Mayo Harrington, Class of 1960, Scholarship Crystal Phan and Emma Santos Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick Scholarship Jose Martinez-Zapeda Futures Education Scholarship Chidinma Amogu, Renee Betts-Augustin, and Emanuel DaSilva George “Frankie” Lombard “Believe in Me” Memorial Scholarship Emilio Guzman and Liz Salazar Supino Family Scholarship David Rivera Robert D. Cataldo Memorial Scholarship Crystal Phan Joey LoRusso Memorial Fund Scholarship Dat Vu Joseph Arthur Curnane, Jr. Memorial Scholarship David Rivera and Emma Santos Joseph “Bob” Cardello Memorial Scholarship Lakisha Kirnon Joseph B. Harris and Eileen H. Harris Memorial Scholarship Award Emilio Guzman Joseph J. Pagano Memorial Scholarship DiJonae Dove Jostens Award Leslie Gonzalez June Cornish Ballentine, Class of 1949, Memorial Scholarship Meddgy Michel Keverian School PTO Scholarship Hadassah Oliveira and Gilles Theligene Kiwanis Club of Everett Awards Kiwanis Club Awards Celeste Fuccillo, Shani-Purpes Headley, Alyssa Hurley, Olivia Mary and Phineas Tobe Memorial Scholarship Emma Santos Michael Strianese Memorial Scholarship Alyssa Hurley Noreen Colannino Memorial Scholarship Akalyah Durrant Zonta Club of Chelsea Northshore Scholarship Nicole Mumbi Commander Daniel Grittie Award for Everett High School students going into the Military Patrick Campos (Army Plaques) and Quang Vinh Do (Marine Corps) Honorable Speaker George Keverian Public Service Scholarship Emilio Guzman Italian American Association of Everett, Inc. Scholarship Awards Bartolomeo Family Scholarship Tyler Rizzuto Berardino Family Scholarship Kaylin Seward Bono Family Scholarship Emilio Guzman Everett Chamber of Commerce Carmin J. Mercandate Scholarship Olivia Parziale Frederick and Joanna M. Cafasso Memorial Scholarship Celeste Fuccillo Jack Supino Memorial Scholarship Brian Gibbs Panzini and Conti Family Memorial Scholarship Jayden Biggi Salvatore and Grace Rocco Memorial Scholarship Nevaeh Nelson Parziale, Briana Rodriguez, and Sarai Velez Kiwanis Club of Everett Award Culinary Award Rebecca Ribeiro Kiwanis Club of Everett / Dr. Sidney S. Listernick Scholarship Award Benjamin Pezo Kiwanis Club of Everett /Frank E. Woodward Scholarship Award Jackelyne Abranches Ersilia Cataldo Matarazzo Memorial Scholarship Gitalia Boyce The Ersilia Empowerment Award Samaga Pokharel The Ersilia Humanitarian Award Eduarda Herdy Ferreira The Ersilia Service Award Brandon Ho Lafayette School PTO Scholarship Emelin Gutierrez, Briana Rodriguez, and Darian Ventura Lawrence Harvard Davis Leadership Award Briana Rodriguez Leonard F. Piazza Memorial Scholarship Alyssa Hurley and David Rivera Sandoval Let’s Give Back Scholarship Andrew Paiva Louis M. Ponderoso Scholarship Fund, Class of 1956 David Rivera Sandoval and Celeste Fuccillo Lydia A. Cheever Memorial Scholarship Stephanie Azurdia Madeline English School PTO Scholarship Celeste Fuccillo, Monica Claros Olivares, Olivia Parziale, and Shawn Shiek Madeline “Maddy” English Memorial Scholarship Liz Salazar Marie & Victor DeRubeis Memorial Scholarship Alyssa Hurley The Samer Mustafa Memorial Scholarship Mounir Bargach and Maria Costa Meira Webster School PTO Scholarship Lakisha Kirnon and Alyssa Hurley Whittier School PTO Scholarships Ellen J. Sullivan Scholarship Maria Quinde Leon and Dat Vu James J. Mangraviti Scholarship Ashley Aleman and Breetika Maharjan Winifred LeVine Sawyer Memorial Scholarship Vinsterly Fertil Parlin School PTO Scholarship Cindy Portillo Tejada Paul R. Burkart Memorial Scholarship Emilio Guzman Paul Maged Memorial Scholarship Brannon Ho Principal Edward Leo Memorial Scholarship Ismael Zamor Robert Carreiro Memorial Scholarship Jackelyne Abranches, Maria DaSilva, and Wilmide Lucien Robie A. MacLaughlin Memorial Scholarship Pretima Khadka and Meddgy Michel Rose & Leone D’Assisi Memorial Scholarship Hector Guevara and Rebecca Ribeiro Rotary Club of Everett Awards: Donell Auguste, Maria DaSilva Alves, Eduarda Ferreira Herdy, Vinsterly Fertil, Leah Figueiredo, Emilio Guzman, Olivia Parziale, Briana Rodriguez, Liz Salazar, and Sarai Velez Salvatore J. Rauseo, Everett High School, Class of 1956, Memorial Scholarship Adriana Escobar Rodriguez Saugus-Everett Lodge of Elks # 642 Scholarship Donell Auguste, Eduarda Ferreira Herdy, Brandon Ho, Crystal Phan, David Rivera, and Briana Rodriguez

Page 14 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Everett High School Scholarship Night Photo Highlights Presented to recipients at the EHS Auditorium on Thursday, May 26

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Page 16 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Everett High School Scholarship Night Photo Highlights Presented to recipients at the EHS Auditorium on Thursday, May 26

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Page 17 Everett High School Scholarship Night Photo Highlights Presented to recipients at the EHS Auditorium on Thursday, May 26

Page 18 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Mayor presents Everett Citizens Foundation grant funding A check was presented to representatives of Everett Community Growers. Mayor Carlo DeMaria, State Sen. Sal DiDomenico and members of the Everett Citizens Foundation are shown pictured with the grant recipients at city hall. A check was presented to representatives of The Barbershop LLC. A check was presented to a representative of the Mystic River Watershed Association.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Page 19 Mayor presents Everett Citizens Foundation grant funding A check was presented to representatives of Nepali Class of Boston. A check was presented to representatives of The Dogmother LLC (Salem Saves Animals). A check was presented to a representative of the Everett Arts Association A check was presented to representatives of First Baptist Church. A check was presented to a representative of Housing Families Inc. A check was presented to representatives of Kiwanis Everett. Special to Th e Advocate M ayor Carlo DeMaria and board members of the Everett Citizens Foundation (ECF) were pleased to present various community groups and organizations with grant funding. Many groups with diff erent initiatives were presented with checks for various amounts in the City Council Chambers at Everett City Hall. Some organizations that were awarded funding are based in Everett and some are based in surrounding communities like Boston, Somerville and Salem. The one thing all the organizations share is that they help serve the Everett community or residents in some way. Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the City of Everett congratulate all the organizations that were awarded funding through the ECF. “Congratulations to all the organiA check was presented to a representative of U CAN. zations that were awarded grant funding, and I hope this helps you with your missions of serving so many diff erent people in our community and beyond,” said Mayor DeMaria. ECF was established by the Host Community Agreement between the City of Everett and Wynn Resorts that was approved by the voters of Everett in 2013. The foundation’s purpose is to support local groups, associations and programs with important City initiatives. Funding is chosen by an independent board after applications are sent in by organizations. ECF grant funding awardees • Everett Community Growers • Everett Little League • Housing Families Inc. • Mystic River Watershed Association A check was presented to a representative of Webster Extension. • Read to a Child • Webster Extension • Kiwanis Club of Everett • Everett LGBTQ+ Youth Space and Resource Center (ELYSARC) • First Baptist Church • Everett Arts Association • The Dogmother LLC (Salem Saves Animals) • Nepali Class of Boston • Centro Communitario Scalabrini, Inc. • The Barbershop LLC • U CAN • Community League Basketball Organization (CLBO) • Total Health Project of AWMI • Not every organization was present at the grant presentation.

Page 20 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 - LEGAL NOTICE - COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Middlesex Division Docket No. 22W-0863WD SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION MARILDA D. SOUZA, Plaintiff vs. EDVALDO DAMACENA, Defendant To the above-named Defendant: Edvaldo Damacena A Complaint has been presented to this Court by the Plaintiff, Marilda D. Souza, seeking Custody/Support/Parenting Time, including a request for Special Findings & Rulings of Law for the child. You are required to serve upon Rosa Elexa Villanuova, Esq. - attorney for plaintiff - whose address is 33 Chelsea St., Everett, MA 02149 your answer on or before July 14, 2022. If you fail to do so, the court will proceed to the hearing and adjudication of this action. You are also required to file a copy of your answer in the office of the Register of this Court at Cambridge. WITNESS, Hon. Maureen H. Monks, Esquire, First Justice of said Court at Cambridge, this 2nd day of June 2022. TARA E. DeCRISTOFARO REGISTER OF PROBATE June 17, 2022 - LEGAL NOTICE - COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Middlesex Probate and Family Court 10-U Commerce Way Woburn, MA 01801 (781) 865-4000 Docket No. MI22P3027EA Estate of: JULIANNE LUCEY Date of Death: 04/08/2022 CITATION ON PETITION FOR FORMAL ADJUDICATION To all interested persons: A petition for Formal Probate of Will with Appointment of Personal Representative has been filed by: Brigette Lucey of Chelsea MA requesting that the Court enter a formal Decree and Order and for such other relief as requested in the Petition. The Petitioner requests that: Brigette Lucey of Chelsea MA be appointed as Personal Representative(s) of said estate to serve Without Surety on the bond in unsupervised administration. IMPORTANT NOTICE You have the right to obtain a copy of the Petition from the Petitioner or at the Court. You have a right to object to this proceeding. To do so, you or your attorney must file a written appearance and objection at this Court before: 10:00 a.m. on the return day of 07/07/2022. This is NOT a hearing date, but a deadline by which you must file a written appearance and objection if you object to this proceeding. If you fail to file a timely written appearance and objection followed by an affidavit of objections within thirty (30) days of the return day, action may be taken without further notice to you. UNSUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION UNDER THE MASSACHUSETTS UNIFORM PROBATE CODE (MUPC) A Personal Representative appointed under the MUPC in an unsupervised administration is not required to file an inventory or annual accounts with the Court. Persons interested in the estate are entitled to notice regarding the administration directly from the Personal Representative and may petition the Court in any matter relating to the estate, including the distribution of assets and expenses of administration. WITNESS, Hon. Maureen H. Monks, First Justice of this Court. Date: June 09, 2022 TARA E. DeCRISTOFARO REGISTER OF PROBATE June 17, 2022 LEGAL NOTICE EVERETT PLANNING BOARD PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Public Hearing on an application by Fulcrum Global Investors, LLC Property located at: 380 2nd Street Site Plan Review & Inclusionary Zoning In accordance with the provisions of M.G.L Chapter 40A and with Sections 19, 32, and 33 of the Everett Zoning Ordinance, the Everett Planning Board will conduct a public hearing on Tuesday, July 5, 2022 at 6:00PM in the Speaker George Keverian Room (Room 37, Everett City Hall) to consider the above-listed application for Site Plan Review and Special Permit for Inclusionary Zoning. This proposal is for the redevelopment of a 70,649 square foot site, which is currently occupied an industrial warehouse and parking lot. The proposed redevelopment contemplates the demolition of the existing structure and the construction of a 21-story mixeduse building, totaling 675,202 gross square feet and containing 643 dwelling units, 539 parking spaces, approximately 8,335 square feet of ground-floor retail space, associated amenities and publically accessible open space. Applicant is proposing 65 of these units will be designated as affordable. 380 Second Street is a parcel of land referenced by Assessor’s Department as K0-06-000041. A copy of the application and plans are on file and available in the Office of the City Clerk and the Department of Planning and Development, both located at City Hall, 484 Broadway, Everett, MA 02149 and can be inspected online anytime at http://www.cityofeverett.com/449/Planning-Board and/or by request during regular City Hall business hours by contacting The Planning and Development Office at 617-394-2334. All persons interested in or wishing to be heard on the applications may attend and participate in person. This project, along with all other projects to be discussed at the meeting, can be found on the posted Agenda at the following link: http://www.cityofeverett.com/AgendaCenter. Questions and comments can be directed in advance of the public hearing to Matt Lattanzi of the Department of Planning & Development at Matt.Lattanzi@ci.everett.ma.us or 617-394-2230. Frederick Cafasso Chairman Everett Planning Board June 17, 24, 2022 Save the Harbor Awards $250K for Free Beach Events This year’s Better Beaches Events include concerts, festivals and performances by the Boston Circus Guild. O n Saturday, June 11 at 10:00 AM at their offi ces on Boston’s Fish Pier Save the Harbor/Save the Bay awarded more than $250,000 in Better Beaches program grants to 62 organizations and creatives to support 100 free beach events and programs in nine communities on the region’s public beaches from Nahant to Nantasket as part of their Better Beaches Program partnership with the Department of Conservation & Recreation (DCR). In 2021, the Better Beaches Program supported more than 60 organizations in nine waterfront communities from Nahant to Nantasket with events including festivals, movie nights, concerts, and beach parties. Save the Harbor has invested nearly $1.75 million dollars to support free beach events and programs since they began their partnership with DCR in 2007. This year’s Better Beaches Program grants will bring free movie nights, DJ sets, circus performances, bike rides, Asian, Latin-American, and Afro-Arabian cultural nights, physical and mental wellness workshops, beach parties for kids and teens, beach wheelchairs, mobility mats, and much more to the region’s waterfront neighborhoods and beachfront communities of Lynn, Nahant, Revere, Winthrop, East Boston, South Boston, Dorchester, Quincy, and Hull. “The metropolitan beaches are extraordinary assets that belong to all the people of our region,” said Chris Mancini, Executive Director of Save the Harbor/Save the Bay. “We’re proud to fund free community events led by organizaAWARDS | SEE PAGE 21

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Page 21 - LEGAL NOTICE - CITY OF EVERETT PURCHASING DEPARTMENT Request for proposals will be received at 484 Broadway, Everett, Massachusetts 02149 no later than 11:00 AM on Thursday, June 30, 2022 for the following and opened at the time(s) specified: INSTALLATION OF 48 WATER FILLING STATIONS IN VARIOUS SCHOOLS Invitation for Bid (IFB) may be obtained by emailing a request to robert.moreschi@ci.everett.ma.us Robert Moreschi Chief Procurement Officer June 17, 2022 Representatives of more than 60 area organizations received grants to fund programs on the region’s public beaches in Lynn, Nahant, Revere, Winthrop, East Boston, South Boston, Dorchester, Quincy and Hull. AWARDS | FROM PAGE 20 tions that celebrate and represent our communities’ cultural and racial diversity, and what we have in common: we love our beaches.” This year, at the recommendation of the Metropolitan Beaches Commission, the three largest grants were given to organizations that promote racial justice, access for people with disabilities and language accessibility, which were the subjects of three recent MBC hearings with more than 250 participants. Save the Harbor/Save the Bay awarded $7,500 each to the Veronica Robles Cultural Center, A Trike Called Funk, and Triangle, Inc. These organizations will host Vamos a la Playa, a series of activities to foster an appreciation for Latin American cultures, Bike to the Beach and Boogie, a series of bike-riding events at five different beaches with guest DJs, and Beach:Ability, a day of beach activities with sand and fl oating wheelchairs available. Save the Harbor also used $7,500 to fund free mobility mats and beach wheelchairs to ensure the beach is accessible for everyone. “The Better Beaches Program events are as diverse as the communities that host them,” said Metropolitan Beaches Commission CoChair, Senator Brendan Crighton of Lynn, “But one thing they all have in common is that they bring communities together to enjoy our region’s public beaches. Thank you to Save the Harbor/Save the Bay and DCR for working together to strengthen our beachfront AWARDS | SEE PAGE 22 - LEGAL NOTICE - CITY OF EVERETT PUBLIC HEARING FOR PETITION FROM MASSACHUSETTS ELECTRIC COMPANY D/B/A NATIONAL GRID OF NORTH ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS PUBLIC HEARING FOR PETITION FROM MASSACHUSETTS ELECTRIC COMPANY D/B/A NATIONAL GRID OF NORTH ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS To all parties interested in the public hearing. Be it hereby ordered: Massachusetts Electric Company d/b/a National Grid of North Andover, Massachusetts desires to locate poles, wires, and fixtures, including the necessary sustaining and protecting fixtures, along and across the following public way or ways hereinafter referred to, and to make the necessary house connections along said extensions, as requested in petition with said company dated the 7th of June, 2022. The following are the streets and highways referred to: Plan # 30550212 Garvey St - National Grid to install 2 JO Poles on Garvey St beginning at a point approximately 206 feet south of the centerline of the intersection of Garvey St & Revere Beach Parkway and continuing approximately 100 feet in a southwest direction. Install JO Pole # 1924 and JO Pole # 1923 to provide service for a new development at 35 Garvey St. Wherefore it prays that after due notice and hearing as provided by law, it be granted permission to excavate the public highways and to install and maintain JO poles, together with such sustaining and protecting fixtures as it may find necessary for the transmission of electricity, said poles to be located substantially in accordance with the plan filed herewith marked: Garvey St - Everett - Massachusetts Hearing to be held with the Everett City Council, held at 7:00PM, on the June 27, 2022 at the Everett City Council Chambers, Everett City Hall. June 17, 2022 To all parties interested in the public hearing. Be it hereby ordered: Massachusetts Electric Company d/b/a National Grid of North Andover, Massachusetts desires to locate poles, wires, and fixtures, including the necessary sustaining and protecting fixtures, along and across the following public way or ways hereinafter referred to, and to make the necessary house connections along said extensions, as requested in petition with said company dated the 8th of June, 2022. The following are the streets and highways referred to: Plan # 30550212 Garvey St - Massachusetts Electric Company d/b/a National Grid to relocate 1 SO Pole on Garvey St beginning at a point approximately 206ft south of the centerline of the intersection of Garvey St & Revere Beach Parkway and continuing approximately 100 feet in a southwest direction. Relocate Pole # 3472, 20ft +/- southwest of current location to provide service for a new development at 35 Garvey St. Wherefore it prays that after due notice and hearing as provided by law, it be granted permission to excavate the public highways and to install and maintain JO poles, together with such sustaining and protecting fixtures as it may find necessary for the transmission of electricity, said poles to be located substantially in accordance with the plan filed herewith marked: Garvey St - Everett - Massachusetts Hearing to be held with the Everett City Council, held at 7:00PM, on the June 27, 2022 at the Everett City Council Chambers, Everett City Hall. June 17, 2022 For Advertising with Results, call The Advocate Newspapers at 617-387-2200 or Info@advocatenews.net - LEGAL NOTICE - CITY OF EVERETT

Page 22 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 AWARDS | FROM PAGE 21 communities and waterfront neighborhoods.” Metropolitan Beaches Commission Co-Chair Representative Adrian Madaro of East Boston agreed saying, “Our beaches are most active when Save the Harbor and their partners are hosting free family-friendly and fun activities on them. They are especially important to my constituents in East Boston and all those people who rely on these spectacular urban natural resources for recreation.” This year, Save the Harbor also let kids and the community decide how to invest $25,000 in Better Beaches funds in a participatory budgeting process that generated more than 200 ideas. Over 600 people voted for their favorites: Boston Harbor Beach Market, Diversity Matters Fest, Beats on the Beach Block Party, Teen Beach Bash, and Wellness Fest. Each winning idea received $5,000 in funding for the summer. “The metropolitan beaches belong to our communities and our young people,” said Maya Smith, Partnerships and Program Development Director at Save the Harbor/Save the Bay. “Participatory budgeting lifts up their voices and lets them be a part of the decision-making process for their community.” Funds to support the program comes from the Department of Conservation and Recreation, the Baker/Polito Administration, and the Harpoon Shamrock Splash, which was held on March 6, 2022, at Constitution Beach in East Boston. “DCR is proud of our Better Beaches Program Partnership with Save the Harbor/Save the Bay,” said Acting DCR Commissioner Stephanie Cooper. “We are all looking forward to another great season of free events and programs on DCR’s beaches from Nahant to Nantasket,” New partners this year include Circus Up, Inc, North Shore Women of Color Association, YMCA of Metro-North, Po Couto: Haus of Threes, City of Revere Travel & Tourism Department, Charlestown YMCA, Caribbean American Carnival Association of Boston, Inc, Next Level Factory, South Boston en Acción, The Black Literacy & Arts Collaborative Project, Fields Corner Crossroads Collaborative, Linda Wells, Daddy & Me Literacy Program, Norfolk Sheriff’s Office, Quincycles, Latifa Ziyad, Soca Hikes, Veronica Robles Cultural Center, Carolyn Lewenberg, Soca Fusion, and The Flavor Continues Save the Harbor’s success LEGAL NOTICE EVERETT PLANNING BOARD PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Public Hearing on an application by Alyssa DeSantis & Christopher Dedic Property located at: 16-20 Liberty Street Site Plan Review & Inclusionary Zoning In accordance with the provisions of M.G.L Chapter 40A and with Sections 4, 19, and 32 of the Everett Zoning Ordinance, the Everett Planning Board will conduct a public hearing on Tuesday, July 5, 2022 at 6:00PM in the Speaker George Keverian Room (Room 37, Everett City Hall) to consider the above-listed application for Site Plan Review and Special Permit for Inclusionary Zoning. This proposal is for the redevelopment of a 10,196 square foot site, which is currently occupied by two residential structures and garage. The proposed redevelopment contemplates the demolition of the existing structures and construction of a 4-story residential building, totaling 10,300 gross square feet and containing 23 dwelling units and 13 parking spaces. Applicant is proposing that 4 of these units will be designated as affordable 16-20 Liberty Street is a parcel of land referenced by Assessor’s Department as C0-03-000169 and C0-03-000167. A copy of the application and plans are on file and available in the Office of the City Clerk and the Department of Planning and Development, both located at City Hall, 484 Broadway, Everett, MA 02149 and can be inspected online anytime at http://www.cityofeverett.com/449/Planning-Board and/or by request during regular City Hall business hours by contacting The Planning and Development Office at 617-394-2334. All persons interested in or wishing to be heard on the applications may attend and participate in person. This project, along with all other projects to be discussed at the meeting, can be found on the posted Agenda at the following link: http://www.cityofeverett.com/AgendaCenter. Questions and comments can be directed in advance of the public hearing to Matt Lattanzi of the Department of Planning & Development at Matt.Lattanzi@ci.everett.ma.us or 617-394-2230. Frederick Cafasso Chairman Everett Planning Board June 17, 24, 2022 would not be possible without their program partners and event sponsors, including Arctic Chill and Harpoon Brewery, JetBlue, FMC Ice Sports, P&G Gillette, National Grid, Coast Cannabis, the Daily Catch, Comcast, Mix 104.1, iZotope, Inc, The Blue Sky Collaborative, Boston & Maine Webcams, BostonHarbor.com, The Boston Foundation, and The Richard Saltonstall Charitable Foundation. In addition, Save the Harbor recognized the Metropolitan Beaches Commission Co-Chairs Senator Brendan Crighton of Lynn, and Representative Adrian Madaro of East Boston and the legislative and community members of the Commission as well as Senate President Karen Spilka and House Speaker Ron Mariano for their support for their beaches and communities. Save the Harbor also thanked the Baker-Polito Administration, the Massachusetts Legislature, Save the Harbor’s partners at the Department of Conservation and Recreation, the Boston Centers for Youth & Families, the YMCA of Greater Boston, and the hundreds of people who took part in the Shamrock Splash for their support. To learn more about Save the Harbor/Save the Bay and the great work they do to restore, protect and share Boston Harbor, the waterfront, islands, and the region’s public beaches with all Bostonians and the region’s residents, visit their website at www.savetheharbor.org and follow @savetheharbor on social media. - LEGAL NOTICE - ENROLLED ORDINANCE PUBLISHED PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 1 SECTION 4.5 OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF EVERETT AND IN COMPLIANCE WITH MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL LAWS Chapter 43, Section 23. ENROLLED: 06/13/2022 DATE OF PROPOSED ORDAINMENT: 06/27/2022 CITY COUNCIL ………............................….No. C0272-22 IN THE YEAR TWO THOUSAND AND TWENTY-TWO AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 4-5 (AFFORDABLE HOUSING LINKAGE FEE) (d)(7)a. COLLECTION OF LINKAGE FEES Councilor /s/ Stephanie Martins Whereas: To add this section to reduce the linkage fee payment period in order to expedite the City of Everett’s ability to invest in affordable housing; and Now, therefore, by the authority granted to the City Council of the City of Everett, Massachusetts to make ordinances: Be it Ordained by the City Council of the City of Everett, Massachusetts that the Revised Ordinances of the City of Everett be amended as follows: Section 4-5 Affordable Housing Linkage Fee (d)(7)a. Collection of Linkage Fees is hereby amended by striking the phrase “up to seven (7) years” and replacing with the phrase “up to three (3) years”. Section 4-5 Affordable Housing Linkage Fee (d)(7)a. Collection of Linkage Fees is hereby further amended by deleting the phrase “that any linkage fee reduced pursuant to the transition rules set forth in Section 4-5(d)(4)b. must be paid in full within a period of no more than five (5) years; provided further”. This ordinance shall take effect upon passage by the City Council and subsequent approval by His Honor the Mayor. A true copy attest Sergio Cornelio, City Clerk June 17, 2022 ON FACEBOOK ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER FACEBOOK.COM/ADVOCATE.NEWS.MA

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Page 23 POLL | FROM PAGE 12 the politicians that advocate for them. President Joe Biden’s job performance and handling of infl ation took a hit from FAF polls in March and February. Nearly 49% approve and 46% disapprove of the President’s job performance, a drop from 54% approve and 44% disapprove in March. When asked specifically about President Biden’s handling of inflation, the President’s numbers continue to decline. In March, the approval and disapproval of the President’s handling of inflation was tied at 48%, while they now stand at 38.5% approve and 53% disapprove. That represents a 14.5-point swing in opinion against the President’s handling of infl ation. - Legal Notice - COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT DEPARTMENT Suffolk Probate and Family Court 24 New Chardon Street Boston, MA 02114 Docket No. SU20D1266DR DIVORCE SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION AND MAILING EDDYS CABA YAPUL, Plaintiff vs. FABIANA FREITAS DE OLIVEIRA, Defendant To the Defendant: The Plaintiff has filed a Complaint for Divorce requesting that the Court grant a divorce for Irretrievable Breakdown. The Complaint is on file at the Court. An Automatic Restraining Order has been entered in this matter preventing you from taking any action which would negatively impact the current financial status of either party. SEE Supplemental Probate Court Rule 411. You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon: Michael A. Satterwhite, Esq., The Satterwhite Law Firm, P.C., 125 Lynnfield St., Lynn, MA 01904 your answer, if any, on or before 08/11/2022. If you fail to do so, the court will proceed to the hearing and adjudication of this action. You are also required to file a copy of your answer, if any, in the office of the Register of this Court. WITNESS, Hon. Brian J. Dunn, First Justice of this Court. Date: May 23, 2022 STEPHEN J. MURPHY REGISTER OF PROBATE June 17, 2022 - LEGAL NOTICE - COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS The Trial Court Probate and Family Court Department MIDDLESEX DIVISION Docket No. MI22P2904PO SALE OF REAL ESTATE BY FOREIGN FIDUCIARY To all interested persons interested in the estate Constance Del Grosso, late of Vernon in the State of New Jersey, deceased December 17th, 1994. A petition has been presented to said Court by Russell Del Grosso, appointed executor of the estate - of said deceased - by the Surrogate Court for the County of Sussex in the State of New Jersey, for license to sell at private sale - a certain real estate of said deceased, which is situated in Everett in the·County of Middlesex, in accordance with offer set out in said petition. If you desire to object thereto, you or your attorney should file a written appearance in said court at Cambridge before ten o’clock (10:00 a.m.) in the forenoon on the 30th day of June 2022, the return day of this Citation. Witness, Honorable Maureen H. Monks, First Justice of Said Court, this 2nd day of June 20, 2022. Tara E. DeCristofaro Register of Probate June 17, 2022 The poll also asked about the candidates running for Governor. Once again, infl ation and overall economic anxiety seem to be impacting the Governor’s race. With 60% unsure who they will vote for in November, June’s poll demonstrates an electorate that remains unsold on Healey. “The poll is starting to show strong changes in feelings on issues and candidates as a result of economic anxiety being the top issue on most people’s minds. The President’s handling of infl ation is taking a nose dive, the legislature’s ballot question to raise taxes on the affl uent and small businesses is beginning to unravel, and nearly three in fi ve voters remain undecided in the Governor’s race, which is not a good sign for Maura Healey, the establishment’s pick,” stated Paul D. Craney, a spokesman for the Fiscal Alliance Foundation. “For voters who want to leave or plan to leave Massachusetts, they made it clear their primary reason is due to taxes. When asked about suspending the state gas tax, there was overwhelming support by voters, which is not encouraging if you are Senate President Karen Spilka or Speaker Ron Mariano who have described gas tax relief as a ‘gimmick.’ These very strong feelings as a result of taxes and infl ation may be the primary reason for why the legislature’s ballot question has seen a 33-point swing since our poll in February. The campaign for the grad tax may not be in full swing but voters are already starting to sour on it,” continued Craney. “The poll seems to show that general election voters, who do not pay as much attention to daily politics as do primary or caucus voters, are beginning to show strong feelings toward candidates and policies due to concern for economic anxiety,” concluded Craney. A full copy of the poll and its crosstabs may be found at: https://www.fi scalalliancefoundation.org/one-year-anniversary-grad-tax-new-pollopinions - LEGAL NOTICE - CITY OF EVERETT PUBLIC HEARING FOR PETITION FROM MASSACHUSETTS ELECTRIC COMPANY D/B/A NATIONAL GRID OF NORTH ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS To all parties interested in the public hearing. Be it hereby ordered: Massachusetts Electric Company d/b/a National Grid of North Andover, Massachusetts desires to locate poles, wires, and fixtures, including the necessary sustaining and protecting fixtures, along and across the following public way or ways hereinafter referred to, and to make the necessary house connections along said extensions, as requested in petition with said company dated the 7th of June, 2022. The following are the streets and highways referred to: Plan # 30550212 Garvey St - National Grid to install beginning at a point approximately 206 feet south of the centerline of the intersection of Garvey St & Revere Beach Parkway and continuing approximately 100 feet in a southwest direction. Install 2-4” conduits 8’ +/- from pole # 1924 and install 2-4” conduits 10’ +/from pole #3472 on Garvey St to customers property at 35 Garvey St for a new underground service. Wherefore it prays that after due notice and hearing as provided by law, it be granted permission to excavate the public highways and to install and maintain JO poles, together with such sustaining and protecting fixtures as it may find necessary for the transmission of electricity, said poles to be located substantially in accordance with the plan filed herewith marked: Garvey St - Everett - Massachusetts Hearing to be held with the Everett City Council, held at 7:00PM, on the June 27, 2022 at the Everett City Council Chambers, Everett City Hall. June 17, 2022 ~ Home of the Week ~ SAUGUS...Beautiful 8 room Split Entry Ranch offers 3 bedrooms, 3 full baths, great open concept, living room with fireplace, diningroom, kitchen with granite counters and island with seating, cathedral ceiling, skylight and ceramic tile flooring, walk out to entertainment-size deck. 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Page 24 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Beacon Hill Roll Call By Bob Katzen GET A FREE SUBSCRIPTION TO MASSTERLIST – Join more than 22,000 people, from movers and shakers to political junkies and interested citizens, who start their weekday morning with MASSterList— the popular newsletter that chronicles news and informed analysis about what’s going on up on Beacon Hill, in Massachusetts politics, policy, media and influence. The stories are drawn from major news organizations as well as specialized publications selected by widely acclaimed and highly experienced writers Keith Regan and Matt Murphy who introduce each article in their own clever and inimitable way. MASSterlist will be e-mailed to you FREE every Monday through Friday morning and will give you a leg up on what’s happening in the blood sport of Bay State politics. For more information and to get your free subscription, go to: https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/aPTLucK THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Hill Roll Call records local senators’ and representatives’ votes on roll calls from the week of June 6-10. LEGISLATURE OVERRIDES BAKER’S VETO OF BILL ALLOWING DRIVER’S LICENSE FOR UNDOCUMENTED/ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS (H 4805) House 119-36, Senate 328, gained the two-thirds vote necessary to override Gov. Charlie Baker’s veto of legislation that would allow, starting July 1, 2023, undocumented/ illegal immigrants to apply for a Massachusetts standard driver’s license. The legislation requires an applicant “without legal presence” in the United States to provide the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) with a foreign passport and at least one of five other documents: a driver’s license from another state, a foreign driver’s license, a birth certificate, a foreign national identification card or a marriage certificate or divorce decree from any U.S. state. “I cannot sign this legislation because it requires the Registry of Motor Vehicles to issue state credentials to people without the ability to verify their identity,” Baker had said in his veto message. “The Registry does not have the expertise or ability to verify the validity of many types of documents from other countries. The bill also fails to include any measures to distinguish standard Massachusetts driver’s licenses issued to persons who demonstrate lawful presence from those who don’t.” “By making driver’s licenses accessible to individuals regardless of immigration status, Massachusetts will take a strong step to both strengthen our economy and strengthen relations between immigrants and law enforcement,” said Elizabeth Sweet, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition. “This is a victory for all, making our roads safer and allowing the 185,000 immigrants without status the ability to earn a driver’s license,” said sponsor Sen. Brendan Crighton (D-Lynn). “No one should fear deportation over essential everyday tasks, such as getting to work, school, doctor’s appointment and grocery stores.” “We all know the many issues our commonwealth’s RMV has had,” said Sen. John Velis (D-Westfield), an opponent of the proposal. “Just this week it was announced that 53,000 licenses sent out were missing a key fraud protection feature and will need to be replaced. My vote has nothing to do with immigration and has everything to do with the enormous ask we are making on an already underfunded and understaffed RMV. I remain concerned that RMV employees will be now tasked with reviewing hundreds of additional foreign documents, in hundreds of different languages and formats, without any additional funding or training.” “This commonsense legislation will improve safety for all on our roads, and ensure all drivers are licensed, registered and insured … This bill has broad support from numerous members of law enforcement, local faith and business leaders and immigrant communities statewide,” said Rep. Christine Barber (D-Somerville), a co-sponsor of the measure. Sen. Ryan Fattman (R-Sutton) said, “I do not support this legislation as I believe it disincentivizes the individual from pursuing citizenship through legal means … This bill does not provide a clear distinction on the driver’s licenses between an unlawfully present individual and a U.S. citizen nor does it permit the RMV to share the citizenship information with municipalities that are entrusted to register only U.S. citizens to vote. Without these protections, the chances that these individuals will be able to register to vote increases.” Co-sponsor Rep. Tricia Farley-Bouvier (D-Pittsfield) said she was disappointed that the governor is spreading misinformation about voting access when he well knows the strong safeguards that are already in place. “Gov. Baker’s own RMV has been processing driver’s licenses for years for those already eligible to drive but ineligible to vote such as 16and 17-year-olds, people with green cards and student and worker visas … Sixteen other states have implemented similar laws already and have seen improved safety on roads with no issues related to voting.” “Despite the record high overcollection of Massachusetts tax dollars being available to provide some kind of relief to families struggling with inflation and high prices, the speaker is prioritizing giving illegal immigrants driver’s licenses over Gov. Baker’s warnings that it will most likely lead to voter fraud,” said Paul Craney, spokesman for the Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance. “Just because the speaker was able to twist arms and override the governor’s veto, doesn’t mean these House members will be off the hook. With the vote taken, they will now have to face their constituents and explain why they follow their speaker’s orders instead of their constituents’ opinions.” (A “Yes” vote is for the bill. A “No” vote is against it.) Rep. Joseph McGonagle Yes Sen. Sal DiDomenico Yes ELECTION LAW CHANGES (S 2924) Senate 37-3, approved and sent to the House a conference committee version of a bill making permanent the mailin and early voting options used in Massachusetts in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic. The House and Senate had approved different versions of the bill and a conference committee hammered out this compromise version which did not include the section allowing same day voter registration that was in the Senate version but not in the House one. The measure requires the secretary of state to send out mailin ballot applications, with return postage guaranteed, to registered voters before each presidential primary, state primary and biennial state election. It also allows registered voters to request a mail-in ballot for all elections in a single calendar year. Other provisions include reducing the registration blackout period from 20 days prior to an election to 10 days; electronic voting options for votBEACON | SEE PAGE 25 TAHILIANI | FROM PAGE 9 current M.A.S.S. Director of Government Relations Mary Bourque. During the awards ceremony, Tahiliani was introduced by M.A.S.S. President Tim Piwowar, superintendent of the Billerica Public Schools. He credited Tahiliani for confronting “the hopes and fears of a school system and community aspiring to transform and be better on behalf of students and families while also facing those in the community who are of privilege and who fear and resist change.” Piwowar added, “In a school system where 80 percent of the students are non-white and yet, the governance structures are largely white, she fearlessly called out racial injustice and inconsistencies between what is professed by city and school district leaders and what is practiced,” Piwowar remarked. “Many times, her highlighting these moral and ethical disparities in behavior played out in public media.” Superintendent Tahiliani began her tenure in March of 2020, just days before the COVID-19 pandemic brought the nation’s educational system to a standstill. In the intervening two-plus years, she has led significant changes across every major facet of the district. Some district highlights include: • Technology for every student in the district • Free summer enrichment programs • Expanded summer academic programming at multiple elementary schools • Establishment of Acceleration Academies during vacation weeks • Day 6/Saturday Program to help former students complete their coursework and earn an Everett High School (EHS) diploma • First-ever College Fair at EHS • EHS partnerships with Fisher College and the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology • EHS-Everett Police Department internship program • Establishment of a Debate en Espanol team at EHS • Language-based English Learner Parent Advisory Committees • Multilingual Tech Goes Home, language, and literacy program for parents • A revamped and unbiased hiring process that includes search committees and scoring rubrics • Greatly enhanced educational opportunities and partnerships for paraprofessionals and staff members to enter the teaching profession • Expanded supports for teachers who want to pursue school administration licenses • Comprehensive curriculum review teams made up of teachers, building leaders, and administrators • Participation in the state’s Teacher Diversification Program • A revamped budgeting process that stresses inclusivity and transparency • Aggressive and intentional grant strategy that has netted the district 19 new grants totally more than $1.3 million (and counting) in funding sources • Five-member AmeriCorps/ City Year teams in all five of the district’s K-8 schools — the first city out of Boston that City Year has partnered with in Massachusetts These accomplishments are set against a tense backdrop that has seen Everett officials admit to racist and hateful behavior and language, prompting critical and extensive media coverage — and, more recently, the announcement of an official investigation into possible civil rights violations in Everett city government by U.S. Attorney Rachel Rollins. Additionally, authorities continue to investigate the discovery of surveillance equipment in two locations in the Superintendent’s office. “It has been the most challenging year of my career, but also the most satisfying,” the Superintendent said. “For the latter, I proudly point to our students, who have shown fearlessness and leadership for our entire community. I consider it my responsibility to match their bravery.” Clearly, that has not gone unnoticed by her fellow superintendents. “Priya Tahiliani as a leader is resilient, courageous and strong, traits that are now essential strands in the district’s DNA,” Piwowar said. “She expands the capacity of individuals, teams, and projects. She works tirelessly but deliberately. She asks questions, encourages debate, and is unafraid of respectful and professional dissent. There is nothing she cannot handle…She is an example of courageous leadership for equity.”

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Page 25 BEACON | FROM PAGE 24 ers with disabilities and military service members; allowing a voter with disabilities to request accommodations including an accessible electronic ballot application, ballot and voter affidavit that can be submitted electronically; ensuring that non-felons who are incarcerated who are currently eligible to vote are provided with voting information and materials to exercise their right to vote; mandating that felons who are incarcerated but prohibited from voting are notified of their right to vote upon release and given the opportunity to fill out a voter registration form; and requiring the secretary of state to conduct a comprehensive public awareness campaign to publicize the new voting and registration options. “This landmark election reform bill will empower voters and strengthen our democracy,” said Sen. Barry Finegold (D-Andover), Senate Chair of the Committee on Election Laws and the co-sponsor of the bill. “In 2020, mail-in and early voting options helped generate record-breaking turnout. It is now time to build on this progress and enact long-lasting voting reforms. The [bill] is a big step in the right direction and will help ensure that every voter can exercise their fundamental right to vote.” “I am so proud that at a time when access to the ballot is under attack in states nationwide, Massachusetts is passing landmark voting reforms to permanently enshrine expansions to voting access in statute and further underscore the Commonwealth’s commitment to ensuring all eligible voters can exercise their right to vote,” said Senate Majority Leader Sen. Cindy Creem (D-Newton). “Although I am disappointed same-day registration was not included in the final bill, even with the Senate offering multiple compromise approaches, I will continue to push for its passage and plan to file legislation on the subject going forward.” Opponents saythe bill goes too far and does not provide sufficient safeguards to protect the integrity of the voting process. They argued that universal mail in voting was designed solely to protect voters during the pandemic. They argued that continuing this forever would cost far too much for smaller towns Despite repeated attempts by Beacon Hill Roll Call, none of the three Republican senators who voted against the bill responded to requests for a comment on the reason they voted “No.” The three non-responsive senators are: Sens. Bruce Tarr (R-Gloucester), Ryan Fattman (R-Sutton) and Patrick O’Connor (R-Weymouth). (A “Yes” vote is for the bill. A “No” vote is against it). Sen. Sal DiDomenico Yes REQUIRE CERTIFICATION FOR TECHNICIANS WHO STERILIZE AND MAINTAIN HOSPITAL SURGICAL EQUIPMENT (S 2913) Senate 39-0, approved and sent to the House a measure that requires standardized certification of an estimated 1,800 Bay State hospital technicians, by a nationally accredited organization, of hospital technicians who are responsible for ensuring that surgical instruments are safe and sanitary to protect patients from possible infection. The measure also requires the technicians to complete an annual continuing education curriculum. It was filed as a response to several high-profile incidents across the state in which surgical tools used in operations on patients may have been improperly disinfected. Supporters said that technicians are currently allowed to work with a high school diploma or equivalent degree and without additional relevant training, despite being required to keep up to date with the latest practices for over 37,000 different surgical instruments. “As a world leader in the healthcare industry, Massachusetts must maintain the highest standards of patient safety,” said sponsor Sen. Mike Rush (D-West Roxbury). “I’m proud of the work my colleagues in the Senate and I have done today to protect the citizens of the commonwealth as well as those who come from around the globe to seek treatment.” “[These] technicians play an unseen but vital role for patients undergoing surgery,” said Sen. Jo Comerford (D-Northampton), Senate chair of the Committee on Public Health. “They are responsible for ensuring that equipment and instruments used during surgical procedures are properly decontaminated, cleaned, inspected and sterilized prior to patient use. Every day, thousands of Bay Staters rely on them doing their job with perfection.” (A “Yes” vote is for the bill). Sen. Sal DiDomenico Yes ALSO UP ON BEACON HILL $350 MILLION FOR ROADS AND BRIDGES AND MORE (H 4638) – The Senate approved a House-approved $350 million package that includes authorizing $200 million in onetime funding for the maintenance and repair of local roads and bridges in cities and towns across the state to be distributed under the Chapter 90 program formula. Only final House and Senate approval are needed prior to the measure going to the governor. Thepackage, a bond bill under which the funding would be borrowed by the state through the sale of bonds, also includes $150 million to pay for bus lanes, improvement of public transit, electric vehicles and other state transportation projects. “The commonwealth’s overall transportation system relies on the health of our roads, bridges, and other critical infrastructure,” said Sen. Brendan Crighton (D-Lynn), chair of the Senate Committee on Transportation. “The bill … represents a $350 million investment that will help cities and towns make the improvements they need so that residents can travel safely and efficiently.” Geoff Beckwith, the executive director of the Massachusetts Municipal Association, is one of the biggest advocates for increased Chapter 90 funding. “With the local road construction season underway, passage of the Chapter 90 bond bill is an important priority so that communities can maximize the number of projects that can be completed this year,” said Beckwith. Many local officials across the state continue to advocate for additional money to increase the funding and argue that the cost of repairing roads has increased by up to 40 percent while the state has kept this funding flat at $200 million for the past 11 years. EXPANDED USE OF MEDICAL MARIJUANA (H 4537) – A bill that would add Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and opioid use disorder to the current list of conditions for which a doctor could prescribe medical marijuana, is stuck in the Committee on Health Care Financing which gave it a favorable report on March 24. The bill is a redrafted different version of an earlier bill, sponsored by Rep. Michael Soter (R-Bellingham), designed to expand access to medical marijuana for veterans. “This legislation is the result of a collaboration with a constituent of mine, Stephen Mandile, who is a veteran, local elected official and father,” said Soter. “The initial intent of the bill was to expand access to medical marijuana for veterans. However, I am disappointed to say that specific veteran-related pieces of the original bill were removed during the committee process, the scope of the bill has changed and the current language works to benefit a broader population while straying away from the initial intent of a strong veteran-centric bill. Beacon Hill Roll Call asked Soter several times whether he supports the new version of the bill since his version is now essentially dead. Soter’s “non-answer” came from his chief of staff Eric Eisner. ““The representative stated that he is disappointed that the veteran-centric language within the bill has been stripped out during the committee process,” said Eisner. Further, this is not the first session that this legislation has been presented. “ SEVERAL BILLS ON THEIR WAY TO A “STUDY” COMMITTEE – TheCommittee on Cannabis Policy recommended that several bills be shipped off to a study committee where bills are rarely actually studied and are essentially defeated. It is a way to kill a proposal without holding a vote on the bill itself. Here are some of the bills that will soon be sent off to a study committee: PREVENT YOUTH SUBSTANCE ABUSE (S78) – Would direct 1 percent of the state tax revenue generated from the cannabis excise tax toward a fund that would be responsible for supporting programs dedicated to prevention of youth substance use. “A report released this week by the Department of Public Health indicated the rate of opioid-related overdose deaths increased 8.8 percent in 2021 compared to 2020,” said sponsor Sen. Patrick O’Connor (R-Weymouth). “With the continued rise in substance use deaths, I believe we need to provide as much support as possible to ensure we do not lose any more of our neighbors. The state currently financially benefits a great deal from the legalization of cannabis, and I believe this legislation provides us with an opportunity to educate young people on the dangers of addiction. I am looking forward to filing the bill again next session.” PROHIBIT TESTING FOR MARIJUANA USE WITHOUT CONSENT (H 4026) – Would prohibit doctors and health care facilities from testing a patient for the presence of marijuana without first obtaining written consent from the patient. If written consent is given, the measure prohibits the release of the results to anyone except for the patient unless the patient gives written consent. Sponsor Rep. Russell Holmes (D-Boston) said he filed the bill after hearing from a constituent who was tested for marijuana, without her consent, by her primary care physician during a routine physical that included standard urine and blood work. Holmes noted she was under federal probation and marijuana, while legal in Massachusetts, is still prohibited federally and a positive test could have forced her again away from her family and back to federal prison. “My constituent changed her primary care physician because she could no longer trust her,” said Holmes. “That was the only recourse she had. The bill will be filed again nextterm because more protection is needed.” FINE FOR OPEN CONTAINER OF MARIJUANA IN VEHICLE (H 149) – Would apply the current alcohol open container law to marijuana. This would impose a $100 to $500 civil penalty on anyone who is driving with an open container of marijuana or any marijuana products in the passenger area of a motor vehicle. Sponsor Rep. Shawn Dooley (R-Norfolk) said the bill doesn’t criminalize anything but it simply imposes a civil fine—the same as having an open container of beer. He noted that police have a very hard time enforcing impaired driving under the influence of marijuana use due to lack of a Breathalyzer-type test. “As dispensaries become more popular and accessible—there will naturally be more of a chance for use while driving,” said Dooley. “And while I believe the vast majority of users are responsible— this is meant to hopefully incentivize those few who might partake while driving—just like with alcohol to not do it and wait till they are not behind the wheel.” QUOTABLE QUOTES “I think on this matter I will turn it over to[Sen. Brendan Crighton] the real expert on this subject matter, the gentleman from Lynn, the Senate chair of the Joint Committee on Transportation. Because he truly is the expert on this and so many other issues before this body.” ---Ways and Means chair Sen. Mike Rodrigues (D-Westport) when asked during floor debate to comment on the bill providing $350 million for local roads and bridges and other transportation projects. “I want to say thank you to the chair of Ways and Means BEACON | SEE PAGE 27

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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 BEACON | FROM PAGE 25 for his very kind and exaggerated remarks.” ---Sen. Crighton responding to Sen. Rodrigues. “I’m fi nding I’m being introduced these days in the past tense, which is actually a little nerve-wracking. But I suspect the closer we get to January, the more it’s going to sound that way.” ---Gov. Baker who is not seeking re-election and will leave the governor’s offi ce in January. “I’m not going to go away Wildlife Control and Tree Service 24-Hour Service quietly, and I’m certainly not going to -- I am not going to retire. My wife would never let me. That would cause all kinds of issues. I think I’ll end up doing a bunch of diff erent things. Some of them will be related to government, some will be related to traditional private sector-type stuff .” ---Gov. Baker on his future plans. HOW LONG WAS LAST Fully Insured 781-269-0914 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 Page 27 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 fi led. 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 June 6-1,. The House met for a total of three hours and 12 minutes and the Senate met for a total of fi ve hours. Mon. June 6 House11:02 a.m. to11:13 a.m. Senate 11:32 a.m. to11:43 a.m. Tues.June 7 No House session No Senate session Wed. June 8 House11:06 a.m. to 1:52 p.m. No Senate session. Thurs. June 9 House11:01 a.m. to11:16 a.m. Senate 11:16 a.m. to 4:05 p.m. Fri. June 10 No House session No Senate session Bob Katzen welcomes feedback at bob@beaconhillrollcall.comBob founded Beacon Hill Roll Call in 1975 and was inducted into the New England Newspaper and Press Association (NENPA) Hall of Fame in 2019.

Page 28 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 REAL ESTATE TRANSAC TIONS Copyrighted material previously published in Banker & Tradesman/The Commercial Record, a weekly trade newspaper. It is reprinted with permission from the publisher, The Warren Group. For a searchable database of real estate transactions and property information visit: www.thewarrengroup.com. BUYER1 BUYER2 Dipierro, Anthony Dipierro, Anthony Bert, Eric H Dasilva, Octavio OBITUARIES Stephen Disario Dipierro, Ciriaco Bert, Lisa F SELLER1 Dipierro, Filomena Dipierro, Filomena Bell, Joseph Kaminski, Piotr O f Windham, NH and a longtime Everett, MA resident passed away at Parkland Medical Center in Derry, NH on June 10th, 2022, at 76 years. He was the beloved husband of Madeleine (Cordier) Disario. Loving father of Laure Disario and her husband Fabien Kozlowski, and Melissa Disario and her companion Michael Halpin. Loving brother of Claire Richard and Paula DeVits. Cherished grandfather of Madeleine, Isaac, Charlotte, Nina, and Alexandre. Stephen was a US Air Force veteran who served during the Vietnam War. Prior to retirement, he was a line technician for Verizon Telephone for over 36 years. He was a longtime member of the Schiavo Club in Everett. Relatives and friends are kindly 73 Plummer Ave, Winthrop MA 02152 invited to attend a visitation at the JF Ward Funeral Home, 772 Broadway, Everett, MA on Friday, June 17th, from 4-6 pm, followed by a service in the funeral home at 6 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations in Stephen’s memory may be made to Wounded Warrior Project @ www. woundedwarriorproject.org Debora A. “Debbie” Peters Debbie entered eternal rest Tuesday morning, June 7, 2022 at the North Shore Medical Center in Salem. She was 67 years of age. Born in Melrose, Debbie was the daughter of the late Stanley K. Smith, Sr. and Marcia (Fullford). A lifelong resident of Everett, Debbie grew up in Everett and attended Everett Public Schools. She graduated from Everett High School with the Class of 1972. Debbie dedicated SELLER2 ADDRESS 539 Ferry St 535 Ferry St CITY DATE PRICE Everett 05.27.22 450000 Everett 05.27.22 770000 183 Bucknam St #183 Everett 05.26.22 610000 47 Nichols St Everett 05.27.22 1050000 most of her working career as a controller at John Hancock Insurance Company. She left the company after dedicating over 30 years of service with them. She went on to work as a care coordinator at an assisted living home for mentally disabled seniors, formerly located in Chelsea. Debbie would book appointments for the residents, take them to doctors’ appointments and food shopping. She truly enjoyed this job and worked there until her retirement. Debbie’s greatest passion in life was to be there for her family and to help other peoOBITUARIES | SEE PAGE 29 43 Winter St, Saugus MA 01906 2 Bed 1 Bath, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors, closed in porch, deck, fenced in yard, 1 car garage...........sold for over asking 4 Bed 1.5 Bath, sunroom, patio, deck, open concept living and dining, heated attic space, short distance to beach and park............$685,000 We are fluent in Chinese, Cantonese, Italian and Spanish! 38 Main St. Saugus 20 Railroad Ave. Rockport (781) 558-1091 50 S Common St #511, Lynn, MA 01902 mangorealtyteam.com "Sue and staff are amazingly helpful servicing your concerns. Best of all, doesn't use pressure tactics. Very approachable." - Anthony S. 2 Bed 2 Bath, updated condo: 1 deeded parking space, storage, balcony, and more..........$399,000 Find us on Google and see what our clients have to say about us! 20 Pamela Ln, Amesbury, MA 01913 "I highly recommend Mango realty. I can’t thank Sue, Rosa and Mango realty enough for all of their knowledge and hard work that got my family and I our dream home, what a pleasure it was to work with a professional team like that!" - Marco T. Why choose MANGO? Professional Photography Multiple Listing Service: once listed in our our MLS system, your listing syndicates to all sites such as Zillow, Redfin, Realtor.com, and more Drone video Receive highest and best price due to market and sales techniques Social Media Marketing 3 Bed 1.5 Bath, driveway, 1 car garage, and more............................................................$379,000 Experienced and caring professional assistance through your entire buying or selling process 3 Bed 2 Bath, quartz countertops, brand new appliances, hardwood floors, full finished basement, pellet stove, new electrical and hot water tank, new HVAC, security cameras, ocean view from master bedroom and so much more...........................................$1,195,000 Call Sue: (617) 877-4553 or Email infowithmango@gmail.com for a Free Market Analysis! 7 Summit Ave, Rockport MA 01966 For Advertising with Results, call The Advocate Newspapers at 617-387-2200 or Info@advocatenews.net SOLD!

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Page 29 came the 35th state which had the motto “mountaineers always freemen”? 11. What imaginary animal is Scotland’s national animal? 1. On June 17, 1775, the Battle of Bunker Hill was fought; what is the name of the Battle’s other hill? 2. What European country has six villages called Silly? 3. What is the heaviest land animal in North America? 4. What are Japanese zori, which were brought to America by returning soldiers after World War II? 5. June 18 is International Picnic Day; reportedOBITUARIES | FROM PAGE 28 ple. She was a foster mother to many children over the years; taking care of them, loving them and proving a safe place for them to live until they were placed with a permanent home. Debbie loved her family very much. She was known as Auntie Woobie by her many nieces and nephews. Debbie had a love for all animals and had many dogs and cats over the years. She loved her daily hot coffees from Dunkin’ Donuts, she enjoyed watching TV but only Channel 4 and her favorite show was NCIS. Debbie will be sorely missed by all who loved her. Debbie was the wife of the late Grant J. Peters, Mother ly, picnics first became popular after what revolution? 6. What is the name of Simba’s father in “The Lion King”? 7. On June 19, 1676, Massachusetts declared amnesty for all Native Americans who surrendered during what war? 8. What did Julius Petri invent? 9. What mammal can fly? 10. On June 20, 1863, on condition that its slaves were freed, what beof William “Billy” Peters. Beloved sister of Linda L. Peters of Everett and her late husband Acting Lt. of the Everett Fire Department, Ronnie Peters, Stan K. Smith, Jr. of Everett and Betty Williams and her husband Michael “Mike” of Wilmington. Dear sister-in-law of Barbara Langan and her husband David of Billerica. Adored Auntie Woobie of Shaun Peters, Eric Peters, Josh Peters, Lauren Smith, Ryan Smith, Spenser Smith, Amanda Hayes and Nick Williams. Beloved Nani of Vaughn. Also lovingly survived by many great nieces and great nephews. Debbie fostered a lot of kids over the years. She had a bond with all of them but she maintained 12. Mount Etna, the world’s oldest active volcano, is where: Greece, Sicily or Tonga? 13. How are “Mr. Mistoffelees,” “Old Deuteronomy” and “Growltiger” similar? 14. On June 21, 1948, at NYC’s Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, successful long-playing records were introduced to the public; for what rpm speed were they designed for? 15. In what war was the USS Constitution nicka special relationship with her foster daughter, Shante Cruz. Debbie also leaves behind her beloved cat, Shadow. Relatives and friends gathered for visitation in the Carafa Family Funeral Home, CHELSEA, on Tuesday, June 14th. A Funeral Service in the Funeral Home followed the visitation. Services concluded with interment at Woodlawn Cemetery in Everett. We encourage family and friends to visit carafafuneralhome.com to offer condolences by means of the online guest book or to send a personalized sympathy card. Donations in Debbie’s memory may be made to an animal shelter of one’s choice. Clean-Outs! We take and dispose from cellars, attics, garages, yards, etc. We also do demolition. Best Prices Call: 781-593-5308 781-321-2499 named “Old Ironsides”? 16. What orange fish has the name of an entertainer in its name? 17. What poet with a younger sister named Lavinia stated, “To see the Summer Sky / Is Poetry, though never in a Book it lie – / True Poems flee –”? 18. On June 22, 1946, what reservoir in New England was filled up? 19. Alexander Graham Bell suggested to use what word to answer the phone: ahoy, halloo or hello? 20. On June 23, 1917, Red Sox pitcher Ernie Shore retired 26 batters in a row; what pitcher had he replaced who had punched an umpire? ANSWERS 1. Breed’s 2. France 3. American bison 4. A type of flip-flop sandal that became a craze in the USA 5. The French Revolution, because then royal parks were opened to the public for the first time 6. Mufasa 7. King Philip’s War 8. A way to grow bacteria in gelatin (namesake of petri dish) 9. Bat 10. West Virginia 11. Unicorn 12. Sicily 13. They are fictional characters in T.S. Eliot’s “Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats” and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical “Cats” that was based on the book. 14. 33-1/3 15. The War of 1812 16. Clown fish 17. Emily Dickinson 18. Quabbin 19. Ahoy 20. Babe Ruth

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