EV Vol. 29, No.25 -FREEEVE ER TT AADD HAVE A HAPPY FATHER'S DAY – SUNDAY, JUNE 21! CTE CAT AT www.advocatenews.net Free Every Friday 617-387-2200 Thank you to all the first responders, healthcare workers, and all other essential workers who are working hard to keep our community safe and healthy. RIGHT BY YOU On June 17, Mayor Carlo DeMaria assisted volunteers with food distribution at the Connolly Center. During the past 14 weeks, the city has given more than 500,000 pounds of food to needy families and senior citizens. See page 12 for story and photo highlights. (Advocate Photo by Christopher Roberson) Bracing for budget cuts School offi cials expect reduction of nearly $6M By Christopher Roberson S 419 Broadway, Everett, MA 02149 • 617-387-1110 771 Salem St, Lynnfield, MA 01940 • 781-776-4444 www.everettbank.com Member FDIC Member DIF chool offi cials anticipate that the operating budget for fi scal year 2021 could be slashed by at least $5.8 million as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. During the School Committee’s June 15 meeting, Charles EDUCATION Our 81st Year Next Classes DRIVER Obremski, assistant superintendent of business affairs, said that prior to the virus the original operating budget request was $90.8 million. That fi gure consisted of $80.8 million from the state under Chapter 70, a minimum net contribution of $36.5 million and $26.6 million in City Hall chargebacks. BUDGET | SEE PAGE 13 ~NOW OFFERING~ 30 HOUR ONLINE CLASS INSTRUCTION STARTING JULY 6 REGISTER ONLINE HENRYSAUTOSCHOOL.COM or call 617-387-9121 AUTO SCHOOL E EVERETT A “Successful Key To Driving” Since 1938 Gift Certificates Available $1.55 GALLON We accept: MasterCard * Visa * & Discover Price Subject to Change without notice 100 Gal. Min. 24 Hr. Service 781-286-2602 E Friday, June 19, 2020 New milestone for food distribution

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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 19, 2020 Page 3 Mayor declares racism a public health crisis M ayor Carlo DeMaria recently reaffirmed his commitment to ensuring that racism and discrimination both remain intolerable. By doing so, he has officially declared racism a public health crisis in Everett. “The City of Everett is culturally rich and abundantly diverse. Racism or discrimination, in any form, will not be accepted nor tolerated. It is with this in mind that I fi nd it imperative to declare racism a public health crisis in the City of Everett,” said DeMaria. Following former President Barack Obama’s call to mayors to pursue policing reforms, DeMaria signed the “Mayor’s Pledge” issued by the Obama Foundation’s My Brother’s Keeper Alliance. The “Mayor’s Pledge” commits the City of Everett to the following: • Review police use-of-force policies; • Engage communities by including a diverse range of input, experiences and stories; • Report review fi ndings to the community and seek feedback; and • Reform police use-of-force policies. The policies and procedures of the Everett Police Department (EPD) strictly mirror and adhere to the guidelines set forth by the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission (MPAC), which is an organization responsible for the development, delivery and enforcement of training standards of municipal police departments throughout Massachusetts. The recommended use-of-force policies set forth by the #8CANTWAIT campaign has resulted in a cursory review of current policies to ensure that nothing was overlooked. The EPD is actively updating the use-of-force and de-escalation policies, as well as the rules and regulations with a duty to intervene clause. As a result of an initial review of the current EPD policies, the Department will soon be equipped with a policy surrounding Biased Based Policing. For years, the EPD has been trained to never initiate any police involvement with another person on the sole basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, age or physical ability. Although this training exists as a past practice, it has never been codifi ed into a policy until now. This policy will be published and implemented within the next 10 days. Police utilization of chokeholds, strangleholds or other tactics in which an offi cer cuts off the oxygen supply of anothCarlo DeMaria Mayor er person in order to subdue them has, rightfully, become a main focus in the national spotlight as it pertains to police departments’ use-of-force policies. Chokeholds have never and will never be a method of restraint taught to the Everett Police Department. In fact, chokehold training is explicitly barred in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, citing the inherent dangers which accompany said tactic. This is further reiterated to the Everett police force that, barring a situation in which an offi cer’s life is in imminent danger and deadly force has thus been authorized, a chokehold shall never be used on a person as a means to subdue them. The Internal Aff airs division of a police department refers to the enforcement arm within the department that investigates incidents and possible suspicions of law-breaking and professional misconduct attributed to offi cers on the force. This has been highly scrutinized based on current events. Mayor DeMaria is seeking to form a Regional Internal Aff airs Coalition to increase the transparency of police misconduct and the processes by which they are investigated. Mayor DeMaria will be calling on local leaders to join him in forming this coalition to increase the impartiality of all Internal Aff airs investigations. Additionally, the EPD has taken its own proactive measures in monitoring its internal aff airs investigations. EPD is one of the few departments in Massachusetts that uses the leading professional standards software – IA Pro and Blue Team – used by approximately 800 public safety agencies in fi ve countries. The IA Pro and Blue Team software acts as an early warning system, helps frontline supervisory documentation, case management of internal affairs investigations, and overall organizational accountability. “As the needs of society change, it is the responsibility of local leaders to implement changes. My Administration will not be defunding our police department; rather, we will be reequipping the force by adding more tools to their duty belts,” said DeMaria. One of the greatest tools that a police department can use is its ability to use community policing to interact with residents and businesses alike. As part of EPD’s ongoing eff orts in community policing, EPD has engaged numerous organizations over the years in an eff ort to better serve Everett residents. These relationships have allowed the department to gain the trust of all Everett residents, from the youngsters to the elderly population, and resulted in the creation of the Cops Corner, the Junior Police Academy and the 25 Days of Christmas tradition. “The men and women of the Everett Police Department take their responsibilities seriously. We have always valued our relationships with our residents and strive to provide our services in a fair and impartial way,” said Police Chief Steven Mazzie. “Over the years, we have found that transparency, communication, and mutual respect have helped de-escalate volatile situations and often led to positive outcomes. We acknowledge that now is an important time to reinforce our dedication to getting the job done right while protecting those we serve and building a lasting trust.” It will remain the goal of the Everett Police Department, as it has been in over the past 10 years, to continue to hire police offi cers who are visually and culturally refl ective of the Everett community and its residents. The last class of police offi cers hired were predominantly of diverse backgrounds and ethnicities and speak multiple languages. The Department will continue to strive to recruit people of color so as to best represent our diverse community. The City of Everett has committed to adding the necessary personnel to support Everett police offi cers. DeMaria will be reallocating EPD funds to hire mental health professionals, therapists and additional personnel who will provide access to services needed by the City. 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Page 4 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 19, 2020 Everett man seriously injured in crash on Revere Beach Parkway A By Christopher Roberson 44-year-old Everett resident was rushed to Massachusetts General Hospital after sustaining serious injuries when his Ford pickup truck was struck by a Chevrolet Cobalt traveling westbound on Revere Beach Parkway. According to police, the crash occurred at approximately 2 a.m. on June 11 at the intersection of Revere Beach Parkway and Spring Street. The driver of the Cobalt, a 23-year-old Revere man, reportedly failed to stop at a red light and struck the driver of the pickup, who had a green light and was getting on Revere Beach Parkway from Spring Street. The driver and one of the two passengers in the Cobalt, a 28-year-old man from Oakland Park, Fla., were taken to the Everett campus of Cambridge Health Alliance with minor injuries. The second passenger, a 24-year-old man, also from Oakland Park, Fla., was transported to Massachusetts General Hospital with serious injuries. No additional information was available as the crash remains under investigation. ZBA approves plans for 65 Norman St. O n Monday night, the Zoning Board of Appeals voted to approve plans for a 396unit residential building at 65 Norman St. “Over the past few years the Village has become one of the hottest neighborhoods north of Boston,” said Mayor Carlo DeMaria. “We have created a recreational entertainment district, boating, biking, rock climbing, axe throwing, basketball, hockey soccer, along with Village Fest, Nightshift, Bone Up, Short Path Distillery, Village Bar and Grill, all having outdoor dining. Now we are transforming an old, industrial wasteland and creating a unique residential community, bringing hundreds of residents to take advantage of this unmatched area.” The new state-of-the-art building will consist of 81 studios, 181 one-bedrooms and 134 two-bedrooms and will also have amenities, such as an outdoor pool area. There will also be 59 affordable units within the development to add to other affordable units being built in Everett, including St. Theresa’s and the proposed veteran’s housing at Pope John. The new development will replace the blighted and underutilized property that held freight containers. In addition to the residential units, the development will also create open space where containers now exist, a pocket park and a number of sitting areas. “This development will provide additional public access for Everett resident to our revitalized waterfront and Riverwalk,” said DeMaria. “I am truly excited not only for this development but for all the future investment that I know will come following this pioneering project. I am so happy to see so much private investment in the area after we have opened up our waterfront.” The goal is to transform the area into a vibrant, active neighborhood with recreational activities, outdoor restaurants, breweries and art galleries for current and new residents and the public.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 19, 2020 Page 5 DiDomenico votes to authorize $300M for roads, bridges and new MBTA leadership O n June 11, State Senator Sal DiDomenico and his colleagues in the Massachusetts Senate passed a bill to invest in municipal transportation projects and establish a new leadership board for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA). The bill, An Act financing improvements to municipal roads and bridges, authorizes $300 million in municipal roads and bridges through bonding, an $80 million increase over the 2019 Chapter 90 appropriation. The legislation also establishes a new seven-member MBTA Board of Directors to succeed the current oversight body, which is known as the Fiscal Management and Control Board. The MBTA Board of Directors will be responsible for governing and exercising corporate powers of the MBTA. “This $300 million investment will not only help us meet our immediate transit needs, but also ensure we can continue working on longterm projects and improvements to our transportation system that were needed long before COVID-19 began,” said DiDomenico. “This bill is a win-win: By funding local improvement projects now, we can kick start our economy, all while moving forward with the development of a safe and equitable transit system for decades to come. I would like to thank Senate President Karen Spilka, Senate Ways and Means Chairman Michael Rodrigues, and Senate Transportation Chair Joe Boncore for their work and leadership on this legislation.” The bill includes the following components: • Increases the Chapter 90 bonding to $300 million, an increase of $80 million over the 2019 investment. This funding will support transportation infrastructure projects in cities and towns. • Creates a professional and diverse MBTA Board of Directors by requiring the Governor’s five appointments to include a member with experience in transportation opbers of the MBTA Board of Directors must also serve on the Board of Directors for the Massachusetts Department of Transportation. • Keeps the MBTA Board of Sal DiDomenico State Senator erations and safety, a member with experience in public or private finance, a member with experience in transportation or urban planning, a member who is a representative of a labor organization, and a member who has municipal government experience in the service area constituting the MBTA. The Secretary of Transportation will serve as an ex-officio member, and one member will be appointed by the MBTA Advisory Board. Additionally, at least two memDirectors transparent and accountable by improving the public meeting process by requiring the Board to meet at least once per month and 20 times per calendar year. Members of the MBTA Board of Directors, except the Secretary of Transportation, will serve for four-year terms and have a stipend of $12,000 per year. • Provides greater autonomy and authority to the MBTA Board of Directors by empowering the Board to make decisions over hiring the MBTA General Manager and to delegate specific powers and responsibilities to the General Manager. Affirmative hiring votes will require at least five members if the Transportation Secretary is not in the voting majority. Voting on financial decisions by the MBTA Board of Directors on matters related to construction and acquisition that uses bonds or debt service payments must also have at least five members voting in the affirmative if the Transportation Secretary is not in the voting majority. The bill must now be reconciled with the version of the bill passed by the Massachusetts House of Representatives. MassPort Noise Complaint Line: 617-561-3333 AMERICA RUNS ON DUNKIN’... HELP WANTED 1885 REVERE BEACH PARKWAY, EVERETT, MA 1886 REVERE BEACH PARKWAY, EVERETT, MA 524 BROADWAY, EVERETT, MA 617-387-4291 Email: Gianna@donutenterprise.com MORNINGS 4AM - 11AM AFTERNOONS 12 NOON-6PM NIGHT SHIFTS 6PM-12 MIDNIGHT MIDNIGHT SHIFTS 11PM-5AM Flexible hours, Health Benefits, 401k Plan w/ match and college benefits, Vacation benefits. The Chelsea Commons 1100 Revere Beach Parkway Chelsea * 617-466-2098 * Artisan Flat Bread Pizza * Neapolitan Pizza * Fresh Pasta Dishes * Barbeque * Sandwiches * Calzone * Salads * Italian Style Buffet Catering ~ Local Delivery ~ OPENING SOON! michaelgsrestaurant.com * michaelgscatering.com

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His service in World War II as an Army Sergeant instilled in him the necessity and value of unquestioned performance. He later in life learned to accept what was offered him without question. So, each day in Leggett’s, realizing the price of a coffee that included sugar, he made it a point to take the two sugars that accompanied his black coffee with him when he left. He had a paper bag in his work area where he deposited the two sugar packets throughout the year. When I got married, my father would offer me his bag of collected sugar packets. He shared a sense of pride in his “waste not, want not” gift to me each year. My burden became how I would give testimony to his effort. I remembered how much my father enjoyed my banana bread. On Thanksgiving upon receipt of the paper bag filled with his year’s collection of sugar packets, I would tear open each packet and add it to a measuring cup. Most years it added up two cups of sugar that allowed for two banana breads…one for him and one for me. While I made banana bread at other times during the year, that particular one each year was all the sweeter for its significance. When my Dad retired, it was a ritual that became a memory. It is now one more memory that has become my Dad. A slice of banana bread has become a sweet slice of his life. I am always amazed at how the simplest moments in life can become the most cherished. The big events are usually captured in a photo album or a scrapbook on a shelf somewhere. The simple moments are carried around in your heart and mind and emerge at will. My Dad, Victor, would love that. So, I would encourage you to shop your heart and mind this Father’s Day for a treasured memory and give yourself something that money cannot buy. City releases update on reopening of municipal buildings I n light of the COVID-19 pandemic and in an effort to ensure the health and wellness of all employees and residents, all Everett City Hall departments will continue to offer services virtually for the foreseeable future. Please visit the City website (http://www.cityofeverett. com/) for more details. All bill payments must be submitted online via the City of Everett’s website, sent via U.S. post mail or placed unstamped into one of the City’s conveniently located drop boxes. These boxes are clearly labeled and located in the front, rear and side of Everett City Hall. Additionally, residents can make payments over the phone by calling 311. No cash payments will be accepted. For those who are unable to connect with us virtually, there will be a customer service window at the back entrance of City Hall. This window will be open normal City Hall hours (Monday/Thursday, 8 a.m.7:30 p.m.; Tuesday/Wednesday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.). The staff at the window will be able to process cashless payments, deliver records, receive building permits, and perform other City Hall services. The following is a list of City of Everett departments, their contact information and the services the City of Everett is virtually providing. As a reminder, 311 can be called within Everett city limits seven days a week for all your needs. If dialing 311 does not connect you to Everett’s system, please dial 617-394-2270. Constituent Services/311/ Parking – 311@ci.everett. ma.us; Director – Chad Luongo, Chad.Luongo@ci.everett. ma.us | dial: 311. Constituent Services will remain fully operational and staffed Monday and Thursday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; and Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m. We are responding to constituents’ issues as they arise during this time and coordinating with the proper departments to ensure that their issues are dealt with timely and properly. The Parking Department offers virtual hearings for ticket appeals. Hearing request forms can be downloaded online at the City of Everett website under the parking tab: http:// www.cityofeverett.com/DocumentCenter/View/3371/Hearing-Request-Form. Those seeking to purchase trash stickers must do so by calling 311. Payment will be taken over the phone prior to receipt of a sticker, or a money order will be accepted upon receipt of sticker. Department of Planning & Development – planning@ ci.everett.ma.us; Director of Planning & Development Tony Sousa, tony.sousa@ci.everett. ma.us | 617-394-2245. The Department of Planning & Development is responding to all emails, calls and mail. With respect to meetings of Boards and Commissions (Planning Board, Conservation Commission, Cultural Council, & Everett Redevelopment Authority), please visit the city’s website for upcoming meetings and updates. Staff contact information for boards, commissions, programs and services is listed below. 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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 19, 2020 Page 7 House passes bill to provide voting options during pandemic O n June 4, State Representative Joseph McGonagle joined his colleagues in the House to pass legislation that will allow a number of voting options, including early voting by mail, in the midst of COVID-19. An Act relative to voting options in response to COVID-19 aims to facilitate several options for voters confronting health risks due to the Coronavirus. Under the provisions of the bill, voters can elect to vote by mail, submit an absentee ballot, vote early in person or vote on Election Day with public health safeguards in place. “The COVID-19 pandemic has presented many challenges and forced us to adapt the way we normally operate,” said McGonagle. “To ensure that voting can be safe and accessible for all, it was essential that this bill was passed and I’m very grateful for the bipartisan collaboration. I think House leadership has done a great job prioritizing the issues.” The bill to expand voting options in response to COVID-19 has the following provisions: Early voting by mail application lot in the mail, secure drop box or in person Absentee voting • Provides for absentee votJoseph McGonagle State Representative • Requires the Secretary of State to mail all registered voters an application to vote early by mail in advance of the primary and general elections (by July 15 for the primary and September 14 for the general) • Asks voters to apply by seven days prior to the primary and general elections • Allows for electronic signature and submission of applications Early voting by mail • Requires the city or town clerk to mail an early voting by mail ballot and an envelope with return postage prepaid to voters who apply • Allows voters to return their early voting by mail balCaring for you in your neighborhood― it’s what we do best Dental care at no cost to you $305 towards eyeglass frames YMCA membership or $55 per month for gym membership We speak your language Join today! Call 1-888-566-3526 (TTY 711) www.seniorwholehealth.com/SNP Senior Whole Health complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Senior Whole Health (HMO SNP) and Senior Whole Health NHC (HMO SNP) are Coordinated Care Plans with a Medicare Advantage contract and a contract with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts/ EOHHS MassHealth program. Enrollment depends on annual contract renewal. H2224_2019_77906_M Accepted 9/24/2019 *Limitations may apply Nurse Care Manager to coordinate your care Up to $400 a year for health-related items Transportation to and from your doctor appointments* ing by any person taking precaution related to COVID-19 • Allows electronic signature and submission of absentee voting applications In person voting public health safeguards • Requires the Secretary of State, in consultation with the Commissioner of the Department of Public Health, to promulgate emergency regulations requiring public health safeguards for in person voting, including social distancing of voters and election officers, face coverings and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), frequent use of sanitizer, and sanitary use of marking pens Early voting in person • Provides for seven days of in person early voting in the primary election, from Saturday, August 22 to Friday, August 28, including one weekend – and 14 days of in person early voting in the general election, from Saturday, October 17 to Friday, October 30, including two weekends Election Day VOTING | SEE PAGE 8 QUARANTINES NOT LOOKING SO BAD!

Page 8 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 19, 2020 Divas Bar and Grill penalized for OUI incident last fall By Christopher Roberson T he License Commission recently ordered Divas Bar and Grill to close for one weekend following an incident on October 14, 2019, in which an intoxicated patron left the bar and was subsequently arrested and charged with Operating Under the Influence (OUI). However, Chairman Phillip Antonelli said Divas cannot reopen until Phase 4 of Governor Charlie Baker’s Reopening Plan. Because no date has been set for the start of Phase 4, Antonelli said, the date for the bar’s weekend closure will be set at a later time. “There’s a very gray area here,” Antonelli said during the commission’s June 15 meeting. Divas manager Daniel Suren said that although there have been other issues in the past, the bar has never been guilty of anything resulting in an OUI. Attorney Patrick MacDonald, Join The Everett Health & Wellness Center for our June Adult & Youth Virtual classes. All your favorite classes are still available, but with the new & exciting twist!!                                                                                     https://www.facebook.com/EverettFitness     EVERETTCHWC        Adult Zumba & Adult Yoga will remain live! counsel for Divas, said none of the employees working that night recalled anyone coming in who matched the description of the intoxicated patron. “This is months after the alleged incident and an individual makes a statement in court regarding a place he or she may or may not have been on a particular evening and the licensee is stuck with that,” he said. Bosna Club VOTING | FROM PAGE 7 • Permits voters to still cast a ballot at the polls on Election Day Local elections • Provides for early voting by mail for any city or town elections held at the same time as Gerry D’Ambrosio Attorney-at-Law Is Your Estate in Order? Do you have an update Will, Health Care Proxy or Power of Attorney? If Not, Please Call for a Free Consultation. 14 Proctor Avenue, Revere (781) 284-5657 In other news, the commission approved Bosna Club’s application for a new beer and wine license. The commission will hold the license until the club reopens during Phase 4. However, owner Osman Sisic called attention to a neighboring establishment that he thought was supposed to be closed as well. “The social club next door to us – they’re open,” he said, adding that the proprietor showed him a letter from City Hall stating that they could be open. In response, Antonelli said that establishment does not have a Common Victualler License and must therefore remain closed until Phase 4. “They shouldn’t be open,” said Antonelli. “I appreciate you being forthright with us; I’ll send Code Enforcement there tomorrow.” Montecristo Taqueria y Pupuseria The commission supported the new 8 p.m. closing time at Montecristo Taqueria y Pupuseria. “The night thing doesn’t work; it’s just too much trouble,” said owner Antonio Duarte. “I had the cops here a couple of times in just two months.” Antonelli agreed that this is the better path for Duarte. “He wants to go back to a family atmosphere,” said Antonelli. “He wants to be a restaurant.” the primary or general election or on or before December 31, 2020 An Act relative to voting options in response to COVID-19 moved to the Senate, where the Ways and Means Committee recommended passage of the bill with an amendment.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 19, 2020 Page 9 DiDomenico votes to pass bill to protect residents from EEE virus O n June 11, State Senator Sal DiDomenico and his colleagues in the Massachusetts Senate passed legislation that seeks to help protect residents from eastern equine encephalitis (EEE), a mosquito-borne arbovirus that is rare, but can be fatal. The legislation, An Act to mitigate arbovirus in the Commonwealth, comes as the state prepares for what is expected to be another active season for mosquitos across the state. “Mosquito season has already begun, which is why my colleagues in the Senate and I felt it was critical we take preventative measures now to safeguard our residents from EEE and its dangerous eff ects,” said DiDomenico. “This bill will establish a comprehensive and coordinated approach to controlling mosquitos, and I am confi dent that these actions will not only help to protect public health, but also ensure environmental protection.” Last year Massachusetts saw a resurgence of EEE, with more than 200 communities designated as moderate to critical risk by the state Department of Public Health (DPH). The virus is spread through the bite of an infected mosquito and can impact humans of any age as well as animals. Massachusetts typically experiences outbreaks every 10-20 years, and the outbreak can last for two to three years. In late September 2019, DPH confi rmed three people died due to EEE. Prior to 2019, the most recent outbreak, according to state health offi cials, began in 2010. The bill authorizes the State Reclamation and Mosquito Control Board (SRMCB) to take actions to reduce the mosquito population if DPH determines there might be an elevated risk of EEE. These actions include public education, surveillance of the mosquito population, elimination of standing water, and application of larvicides that safely prevent mosquitoes from becoming adults. SRMCB would also be authorized to conduct aerial pesticide spraying, subject to notifying the public and putting in place procedural safeguards. Certain landowners, such as owners of organic farms, may apply to opt-out of spraying, and a municipality may opt-out of spraying if the Executive Offi ce of Energy and Environmental Aff airs approves an alternative mosquito management plan provided by the municipality. The bill also creates a Mosquito Control for the 21st Century Task Force to recommend reforms to modernize and improve the state’s mosquito control system. The bill now moves to the Massachusetts House of Representatives. WE’RE OPEN and Here for You AUTOTECH 1989 SINCE Is your vehicle ready for the Summer Season?!! Recharge your vehicle's AC for the warm weather! Includes up to 1 LB. of Refrigerant* (*Most Vehicles/Some Restrictions May Apply) AC SPECIAL Only $69.95 DRIVE IT - PUSH IT - TOW IT! CASH FOR YOUR CAR, TRUCK OR SUV! 2012 FORD FUSION SEL 2015 NISSAN ALTIMA 6 Cylinder, Auto., 1 Previous Owner, Most Pwr., Options incl. Keyless Entry, & Pwr. Sunroof. Only 110K Miles! ALL TRADES WELCOME! $5,995 Easy Financing Available! Only 104K Miles, One Owner, Most Power Options, in Excellent Condition. QUALITY & PRICE $7,250 781-321-8841 1236 EasternAve • Malden EddiesAutotech.com We Pay Cash For Your Vehicle! In-Person and Telemedicine Appointments at Our Stoneham and Malden Locations Are you coping with an injury, joint problem, sprain or strain? Some healthcare needs can’t and shouldn’t wait. Even during this uncertain time, our expert orthopedic, pain management, physical therapy and occupational therapy specialists are here to help you. Both of our locations are open and we are offering in-person and telemedicine appointments during regular business hours. We’ll work with you to determine the best option for your needs. Contact us to schedule an appointment: (781) 279-7040 • agilitydoctor.com Agility Orthopedics Like us on Facebook advocate newspaper Facebook.com/Advocate.news.ma

Page 10 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 19, 2020 The Coronavirus Count Everett continues with 4th highest rating in state for COViD-19 O ver the past week, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Everett increased from 1,692 to 1,724 cases -- a 1.9 percent increase, according to the latest weekly city/town cases available Wednesday. Everett has the 4th highest rate in the state, with an average of 3,551.97 per 100,000. Of the 6,365 people who were tested for COVID-19, 27.09 percent tested positive for the virus. People are able to compare the number of COVID-19 casREOPENING | FROM PAGE 6 www.cityofeverett.com/220/ Planning-Development. Please contact staff below for additional information or with any questions. Boards & Commissions Planning Board Shane O’Brien: 617-9440236; email: shane.o’brien@ ci.everett.ma.us Conservation Commission Rachel Kelly: 617-394-5004; email: rachel.kelly@ci.everett. ma.us Everett Redevelopment Authority Tess Kohanski: 617-9440255; email: tess.kohanski@ ci.everett.ma.us Everett Cultural Council Maria Josefson: 617-5446032, email: maria.josefson@ ci.everett.ma.us Programs & Services Housing Rehabilitation Program & CDBG es confirmed in Everett to those inneighboring cities and towns as well as communities of similar size by going to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) website at https://www.mass. gov/info-details/covid-19-response-reporting. Click on COVID-19 cases by city/ town. Chelsea (7,659.63 per 100,000), Brockton (4,246.39 per 100,000) and Lawrence (3,904.69 per 100,000) have the highest rates in the state for people testing positive for Diane Hansen: 617-542-3300 ext. 301; email: dhansen@ cogincorp.com Economic Development Tess Kohanski: 617-9440255; email: tess.kohanski@ ci.everett.ma.us Transportation Jay Monty: 617-544-6033; email: jay.monty@ci.everett. ma.us Geographic Information System (GIS) Maria Josefson: 617-5446032; email: maria.josefson@ ci.everett.ma.us Vendors, Records and General Inquiries Jeannie Vitukevich: 617394-2334; jeannie.vitukevich@ ci.everett.ma.us Assessor’s Office – assesors@ci.everett.ma.us; City Assessor, Bernard Devereux, bernard.devereux@ci.everett. ma.us | 617-394-2205. The Assessor’s Office is providing all its normal functions, including motor vehicle excise tax abatements and processing residenthe Coronavirus. Here’s how nine other area communities compare to Everett: Lynn: 3,548 cases, 3,516.24 per 100,000 (5th highest in state). Revere: 1,733 cases, 2,844.89 per 100,000 (6th highest in state). Everett: 1,724 cases, 3,551.97 per 100,000 (4th highest in state). Malden: 1,211 cases, 1,787.36 per 100,000 (30th highest in state). tial and personal real estate exemptions. We will be mailing out FY 2021 personal real estate exemptions (veterans, elderly, blind, etc.) in July to all people who received them in FY 2020. Personal exemptions must be reapplied for every year. If you have changed the deed to your home in any way during 2019, you might need to reapply for the residential exemption. Please call or email with any questions. Forms typically provided by the Assessor’s Office – including but not limited to various exemption forms, change of address forms and abatement forms – will be available at the customer service window. Completed forms can be left in the City Hall drop box located in the City Hall parking lot, post-mailed to City Hall at 484 Broadway, Everett, MA 02149, or dropped off at the customer service window. Engineering Office (617) 394 -2251 – engineering@ ci.everett.ma.us; Greg St. Louis, PE – Engineering Director, greg.stlouis@ci.everett. Peabody: 969 cases, 1,737.62 per 100,000. Saugus: 553 cases, 1,945.44 per 100,000 (21st highest in state). Wakefield: 309 cases, 1,144.24 per 100,000. Melrose: 240 cases, 829.81 per 100,000. Reading: 293 cases, 1,066.08 per 100,000. Lynnfield: 93 cases, 798.35 per 100,000. Statewide totals: 101,654 cases, 1,459.12 per 100,000. (Data compiled by DPH ma.us | 857-363-1907; Julius O’Furie – City Engineer, Julius.ofurie@ci.everett.ma.us | 617.908.8534. We continue to supervise ongoing construction projects throughout Everett. We are advancing the design and permitting of capital construction projects to improve coastal resiliency, reduce flooding risks and improve both roadways and utilities. We are reopening construction along the Massachusetts guidelines in a Phased Approach and continue to accommodate individual projects on a case-by-case basis with individual contractors and constituents. We are working both in the office and in the field during this pandemic with ongoing phone and email access, and we can meet outside on-site to discuss construction projects, permits and paperwork as needed with contractors and constituents – COVID-19 Permit Riders required with street opening/ trench permits. Department of Public Works (DPW) (617) 394-2270 or call 311 – 311@ci.everett. ma.us; Greg St. Louis, PE – DPW Director, greg.stlouis@ci.everett.ma.us | 857-363-1907; Watchmen (3 p.m.-11 p.m.) – 617-594-0601; Kevin Noonan – Operations Manager – kevin.noonan@ci.everett.ma.us | 617-293-6344. DPW is responsible for a variety of City services, including the collection, transportation and disposal of solid waste, snow removal, plowing and sanding, street sweeping, upkeep and repairs to sidewalks and streets, maintenance of parks and playgrounds, citywide tree maintenance and planting, anti-graffiti efforts, pavement marking maintenance, signage and traffic signalization, stormwater system maintenance and drainage repairs and the maintenance of Glenwood Cemetery. and made public as of June 17, 2020, count and rate [per 100,000] of confirmed COVID-10 cases in Massachusetts by city/town, January 1, 2020–June 17, 2020.) On its website, the DPH noted that the rate specifying the number of cases per 100,000 “provides a standardized way to compare the burden of disease in cities and towns regardless of the size of their population.” The DPH stressed “these are reported cases only.” All parks throughout the city are currently open. We ask all residents to social distance and wear a mask when social distance cannot occur. DPW is installing hand sanitizers at park locations. While Cemetery Interment Services continue to operate, we ask that parties limit attendance to family only in accordance with the restrictions on gatherings of less than 10 individuals. The City has suspended pallbearing services until further notice. The Sanitation Division continues to operate per usual scheduling. Bulk items may continue to be coordinated with the 311 office. Street sweeping is ongoing. We continue to accommodate residents that need to work at home through June and July with the suspension of ticketing and towing. We ask all constituents to continue to move their vehicles so that we may keep our streets clean and prevent additional trash and debris from causing flooding and polluting our rivers and streams. We continue to work closely with the Mayor’s 311 Office on citywide work orders regarding potholes, trash and recycling, trees and sidewalks. Everett Fire Department – Fire Chief Anthony Carli, Tony. carli@cityofeverett.org |617394-2349 (nonemergency); Administration Deputy Fire Chief Michael Imbornone, Michael.Imbornone@cityofeverett.org; Fire Prevention Deputy Fire Chief Scott Dalrymple, Scott.dalrymple@cityofeverett.org. The Everett Fire Department continues to respond to any and all emergencies 24/7 with our emergency personnel ready to assist citizens. Our Fire Prevention division continues to conduct critical inspections REOPENING | SEE PAGE 15

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 19, 2020 Page 11 Mass Redistribution Fund announces second round of COVID-19 aid to frontline grassroots organizations T he Mass Redistribution Fund (MRF), a statewide COVID-19 emergency fundraiser launched in early April by a dozen grassroots leaders, recently distributed its second round of grants, redirecting a second disbursement of $260,000 in donations from more than 900 individual donors and foundations to critical relief efforts across the state. Funds collected by the MRF will go to 27 grassroots organizations working at the frontlines of the COVID-19 crisis to support renters facing eviction, to undocumented families without access to food, and to others as well as for organizing policy campaigns to ensure a just recovery from the pandemic and beyond. Many residents enduring financial crises as a result of the economic shutdown, such as undocumented hourly workers, cannot access government aid or unemployment benefits, despite paying taxes. The MRF provides support to individuals and foundations seeking to contribute directly to frontline relief during the coronavirus crisis. The MRF is governed by an advisory board of grassroots community leaders from Massachusetts who came together across issues and geography to help unite our communities in this time of crisis. “The power of the Mass Redistribution Fund is that we’re a strategically organized response to allocate funding to groups that are chartering the future survival of our community by transforming money into immediate aid and political power,” said MRF Advisory Board Member Monique Nguyen, who is the Executive Director of Matahari Women Workers’ Center. 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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 19, 2020 Page 13 City hosts drive-in movie night at Rivergreen Park Everett Health and Wellness Coordinator Rana Wehbe. Carmen Mercado is shown with Gabrielia and Duronne Wiltshire and Frankie McAskill. Stephanie Abbott and Sam Mars Gina Rupakheti is with her daughter Ella at the Rivergreen Park parking lot for the June 12 showing of the 1982 film E.T. the ExtraTerrestrial. (Photos Courtesy of the City of Everett) Evan Countie enjoying himself during drive-in the movie night. Dayeli Garcia is shown with Vanessa Carcamo, Sheryln Rodriguez and Samantha Perkins. Chris Bailey and Cathi Connors. BUDGET | FROM PAGE 1 Then the world changed. “At this point, we know that’s not going to be our real budget,” said Obremski. A $5.8 million reduction would bring the operating budget to approximately $86.2 million. Should the initial reduction be insufficient, the next level of cuts would be $11.7 million followed by $17.6 million. “The numbers are staggering; 75 percent of our budget is salaries,” said Obremski, adding that layoffs would be imminent. “We don’t even know when we’re going to have a firm budget for next year.” Superintendent of Schools Priya Tahiliani said the district will be operating on a one-twelfth budget for up to four months starting in July. “Staff changes have been made as strategically as possible,” she said. “We are losing some amazing educators.” Ward 5 School Committee Member Marcony Almeida-Barros reminded everyone that Tahiliani is not from Everett. Therefore, none of her staffing decisions should be viewed as acts of favoritism. “You’re making decisions based on the needs,” he said. “The district needs help; the last thing we want to do is lay people off.” Ward 1 School Committee Member Allen Panarese said the virus has seriously damaged the job market. “There’s not a lot out of jobs out there, that’s what’s scary,” he said. School Committee Vice Chairman Frank Parker underscored the gravity of the situation, saying if initial reduction takes effect, 92 positions would be eliminated. “The COVID virus is going to be the worst thing to happen to public education since Proposition 2 1/2,” he said. “We are looking at potentially wiping out a generation of future leaders.” Parker also spoke about a recent webinar hosted by Jay Sullivan, associate commissioner of School Finance for the State Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. He said one of Sullivan’s primary messages was to simply “stay tuned.” “Here we are, June 15, and we’re being told to stay tuned,” said Parker. School Committee Member-at-Large Samantha Lambert said she never expected the schools to be caught in such a predicament. “This is the last place I thought I’d be with the passing of the Student Opportunity Act,” she said.

Page 14 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 19, 2020 Mayor DeMaria and the Entire City Government Announces Virtual City Hall on ECTV Channel 22 June 3 through June 9, 2020 Wednesday, June 3, 2020 Time 12:00 AM 08:00 AM 09:00 AM 09:30 AM 10:30 AM 11:30 AM 12:30 PM 01:30 PM 02:30 PM 04:30 PM 06:00 PM 08:00 PM 10:30 PM 11:30 PM Program Virtual City Hall Meeting Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports Tai Chi with Bill Barron Country Western Line Dancing with Julie Kaufmann No program name available. No program name available. Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports Latin Heat with Miguel Vargas Chair Yoga with Miguel Vargas Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports No program name available. Everett Planning Board Meeting April 14, 2020 Movements to Music with Calvin Braxton Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports Duration 01:14:04 00:39:15 00:27:31 00:46:23 00:59:45 00:32:50 00:39:15 00:30:16 00:29:17 00:39:15 01:06:07 02:10:51 00:44:26 00:39:15 Next Air Date Sat Jun 06 12:00 AM Wed Jun 03 12:30 PM Thu Jun 04 02:30 PM Thu Jun 04 09:00 AM Fri Jun 05 03:30 PM Thu Jun 04 11:00 AM Wed Jun 03 04:30 PM Thu Jun 04 10:00:00 AM Thu Jun 04 02:00:00 PM Wed Jun 03 11:30 PM Thu Jun 04 06:00 PM Thu Jun 04 08:00 PM Sat Jun 06 11:00 AM Thu Jun 04 08:00 AM Time 08:00 AM 09:00 AM 10:00 AM 11:00 AM 12:00 PM 01:00 PM 02:00 PM 02:30 PM 03:00 PM 05:00 PM Program Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports Country Western Line Dancing with Julie Kaufmann Latin Heat with Miguel Vargas No program name available. Healthy Steps with Julie Kaufmann Latin Movements with Miguel Chair Yoga with Miguel Vargas Tai Chi with Bill Barron Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports 04:30 PM Ways and Means Committee Meeting 4.1.20 Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports No program name available. 06:00 PM 08:00 PM 10:30 PM 11:30 PM Everett Planning Board Meeting April 14, 2020: Tai Chi with Bill Barron Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports Friday, June 5, 2020 Time 08:00 AM 09:00 AM 10:00 AM 11:00 AM 12:00 PM 04:30:PM 01:00 PM 01:30 PM 02:30 PM 03:30 PM 04:30 PM 06:00 PM 08:00 PM 10:00 PM Program Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports Glee Club with Diane Ellis Zumba with Calvin Braxton Healthy Steps with Julie Kaufmann Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports Tai Chi with Bill Barron Country Western Line Dancing with Julie Kaufmann Latin Movements with Miguel No program name available. Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports No program name available. Everett Planning Board April 28, 2020 (2) Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports 11:30 PM Ways and Means Committee Meeting 4.1.20 Duration 00:39:15 00:53:55 00:45:05 00:42:14 00:39:15 00:27:31 00:46:23 00:37:54 00:59:45 00:39:15 01:06:07 01:28:41 00:39:15 00:09:19 Next Air Date Fri Jun 05 12:00 PM Sat Jun 06 01:00 PM Sun Jun 07 01:30 PM Sun Jun 07 02:30 PM Fri Jun 05 Sat Jun 06 02:00 PM Sat Jun 06 03:30 PM Sat Jun 06 10:00 AM Sat Jun 06 09:00 AM Fri Jun 05 10:00 PM Sat Jun 06 06:00 PM Sat Jun 06 08:00 PM Sat Jun 06 08:00 AM Sat Jun 06 04:30 PM Time 12:00 AM 08:00 AM 09:00 AM 10:00 AM 11:00 AM 12:00 PM 01:00 PM 02:00 PM 03:30 PM 05:04 PM 06:00 PM 08:00 PM 09:30 PM Program Virtual City Hall Meeting Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports No program name available. Latin Movements with Miguel Movements to Music with Calvin Braxton Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports Glee Club with Diane Ellis Tai Chi with Bill Barron Country Western Line Dancing with Julie Kaufmann 04:30 PM Ways and Means Committee Meeting 4.1.20 Committee of the Whole: 02/10/20 No program name available. Everett Planning Board April 28, 2020 (2) Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - 00:39:15 Covid-19 Updates and Reports 11:30 PM Ways and Means Committee Meeting 4.1.20 00:09:19 Thursday, June 4, 2020 Duration 00:39:15 00:46:23 00:30:16 00:32:50 00:42:14 00:37:54 00:29:17 00:27:31 00:39:15 00:09:19 00:39:15 01:06:07 02:10:51 00:27:31 00:39:15 Next Air Date Thu Jun 04 03:00 PM Fri Jun 05 01:30 PM Wed Jun 10 01:30 PM Sun Jun 07 11:30 AM Fri Jun 05 11:00 AM Fri Jun 05 02:30 PM Wed Jun 10 02:30 PM Thu Jun 04 10:30 PM Thu Jun 04 05:00 PM Fri Jun 05 11:30 PM Thu Jun 04 11:30 PM Fri Jun 05 06:00 PM Tue Jun 09 08:00 PM Fri Jun 05 01:00 PM Fri Jun 05 08:00 AM Saturday, June 6, 2020 Duration 01:14:04 00:39:15 00:59:45 00:37:54 00:44:26 00:39:15 00:53:55 00:27:31 00:46:23 00:09:19 00:31:07 01:06:07 01:28:41 Next Air Date Sun Jun 07 12:00 AM Sat Jun 06 12:00 PM Tue Jun 09 11:30 AM Tue Jun 09 02:30 PM Mon Jun 08 10:00 AM Sat Jun 06 09:30 PM Sun Jun 07 10:30 AM Sun Jun 07 09:00 AM Sun Jun 07 09:30 AM Sat Jun 06 11:30 PM Sun Jun 07 05:04:39 PM Sun Jun 07 06:00 PM Sun Jun 07 08:00 PM Sun Jun 07 08:00 AM Sun Jun 07 04:30 PM Sunday, June 7, 2020 Monday, June 8, 2020 Time 12:00 AM 08:00 AM 09:00 AM 09:30 AM 10:30 AM 11:30 AM 12:30 PM 01:30 PM 02:30 PM 05:04 PM 06:00 PM 08:00 PM 10:00 PM Program Virtual City Hall Meeting Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports Tai Chi with Bill Barron Country Western Line Dancing with Julie Kaufmann Glee Club with Diane Ellis No program name available. Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports Zumba with Calvin Braxton Healthy Steps with Julie Kaufmann 04:30 PM Ways and Means Committee Meeting 4.1.20 Committee of the Whole: 02/10/20 No program name available. Everett Planning Board April 28, 2020 (2) Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports 11:30 PM Ways and Means Committee Meeting 4.1.20 Duration 01:14:04 00:39:15 00:27:31 00:46:23 00:53:55 00:32:50 00:39:15 00:45:05 00:42:14 00:09:19 00:31:07 01:06:07 01:28:41 00:39:15 00:09:19 Next Air Date Tue Jun 09 06:00 PM Sun Jun 07 12:00 PM Mon Jun 08 11:00 AM Mon Jun 08 11:30 AM Mon Jun 08 12:30 PM Mon Jun 08 02:30 PM Sun Jun 07 10:00 PM Fri Jun 12 10:00 AM Mon Jun 08 09:00 AM Sun Jun 07 11:30 PM Sat Jun 13 05:04:39 PM Fri Jun 12 08:00 PM Mon Jun 08 08:00 AM Tue Jun 09 04:30 PM Time 08:00 AM 09:00 AM 10:00 AM 11:00 AM 11:30 AM 12:30 PM 01:30 PM 02:30 PM 04:00 PM 06:00 PM 11:30 PM Program Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports Healthy Steps with Julie Kaufmann Movements to Music with Calvin Braxton Tai Chi with Bill Barron Country Western Line Dancing with Julie Kaufmann Glee Club with Diane Ellis Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports No program name available. Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports Everett City Council Meeting 5.11.20: Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports Duration 00:39:15 00:42:14 00:44:26 00:27:31 00:46:23 00:53:55 00:39:15 00:32:50 00:39:15 05:16:53 00:39:15 Next Air Date Mon Jun 08 01:30 PM Tue Jun 09 01:30 PM Tue Jun 09 09:00 AM Tue Jun 09 10:00 AM Tue Jun 09 10:30 AM Tue Jun 09 10:30 PM Mon Jun 08 04:00 PM Tue Jun 09 03:30:00 Mon Jun 08 11:30 PM Tue Jun 09 08:00 AM Tuesday, June 9, 2020 Wednesday, June 10, 2020 Time 08:00 AM 09:00 AM 10:00 AM 10:30 AM 11:30 AM 12:30 PM 01:30 PM 02:30 PM 03:30 PM 05:00 PM Program Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports Movements to Music with Calvin Braxton Tai Chi with Bill Barron Country Western Line Dancing with Julie Kaufmann No program name available. Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports Healthy Steps with Julie Kaufmann Latin Movements with Miguel No program name available. 04:30 PM Ways and Means Committee Meeting 4.1.20 Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports Virtual City Hall Meeting 06:00 PM 08:00 PM 10:30 PM Everett Planning Board Meeting April 14, 2020 Glee Club with Diane Ellis 11:30 PM Ways and Means Committee Meeting 4.1.20 Duration 00:39:15 00:44:26 00:27:31 00:46:23 00:59:45 00:39:15 00:42:14 00:37:54 00:32:50 00:09:19 00:39:15 01:14:04 02:10:51 00:53:55 00:09:19 Next Air Date Tue Jun 09 12:30 PM Wed Jun 10 10:30 PM Wed Jun 10 09:00 AM Wed Jun 10 09:30 AM Wed Jun 10 10:30 AM Tue Jun 09 05 PM Thu Jun 11 12:00 PM Thu Jun 11 01:00 PM Wed Jun 10 11:30 AM Tue Jun 09 11:30 PM Wed Jun 10 08 AM Wed Jun 10 12:00 AM Wed Jun 10 08 PM Fri Jun 12 09 AM Thu Jun 11 04:30 PM Time 12:00 AM 08:00 AM 09:00 AM 09:30 AM 10:30 AM 11:30 AM 12:30 PM 01:30 PM 02:30 PM 04:30 PM 06:00 PM 08:00 PM 10:30 PM 11:30 PM Program Virtual City Hall Meeting Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports Tai Chi with Bill Barron Country Western Line Dancing with Julie Kaufmann No program name available. No program name available. Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports Latin Heat with Miguel Vargas Chair Yoga with Miguel Vargas Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports Virtual City Hall Meeting Everett Planning Board Meeting April 14, 2020: Movements to Music with Calvin Braxton Everett Matters with Mayor Carlo DeMaria - Covid-19 Updates and Reports Visit www.cityofeverett.com for all updated information Duration 01:14:04 00:39:15 00:27:31 00:46:23 00:59:45 00:32:50 00:39:15 00:30:16 00:29:17 00:39:15 01:14:04 02:10:51 00:44:26 00:39:15 Next Air Date Wed Jun 10 06:00 PM Wed Jun 10 12:30 PM Thu Jun 11 02:30 PM Thu Jun 11 09:00 AM Fri Jun 12 03:30 PM Thu Jun 11 11:00 AM Wed Jun 10 04:30 PM Thu Jun 11 10:00 AM Thu Jun 11 02:00 PM Wed Jun 10 11:30 PM Thu Jun 11 06:00 PM Thu Jun 11 08:00 PM Sat Jun 13 11:00 AM Thu Jun 11 08:00 AM

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 19, 2020 Page 15 REOPENING | FROM PAGE 10 and will issue permits remotely. If anyone has a Fire Prevention question about what we can or cannot perform, I encourage them to reach out to our nonemergency number listed above. We are also working with the City’s Facilities Maintenance division to formulate a strategic approach to sanitize all the City’s buildings before resuming regular operations. We currently are accepting permit applications via email and USPS mail. The payments are usually mailed to us for processing. (July 1 is our goal to have online permitting.) Any service that cannot be done virtually/online, such as Inspections, are still completed in the field with proper COVID-19 precautions taken. The customer service window will be equipped with paper applications for permits as well as informational documents on frequently asked questions, for example, smoke alarm and CO alarm placement, fire pit or BBQ requirements. Any papers and/or payments that are received at the window will be retrieved by a member of the Fire Prevention office daily. Treasurer/Collectors Office – payments@ci.everett. ma.us; Rocco Pesce, City Treasurer, rocco.pesce@ci.everett. ma.us | 617-394-2315; Andrea Romboli, City Collector, andrea.romboli@ci.everett.ma.us | 617-394-2243; Sam Spina, Assistant Treasurer, sam.spina@ ci.everett.ma.us. The Treasurer/Collectors office is offering online bill pay via the City of Everett website. If you are unable to do this online, you may submit your payments via the drop box outside City Hall, send via post mail, or drop off at the customer service window. Inspectional Services Department – permitting@ci.everett.ma.us; Director James Soper, james.soper@ci.everett. ma.us | 617-394-2222. Building, Plumbing, Electrical, Gas Permits All are available online at http://www.cityofeverett. com/586/Online-Permitting Building Permits Michael Desmond, Michael. Desmond@ci.everett.ma.us | 617-394-2222 Martin Furtado, Martin.Furtado@ci.everett.ma.us | 617394-2265 Robert Scott, Robert.Scott@ ci.everett.ma.us | 617-3942422 Plumbing and Gas Permits Donna Lento, Donna.Lento@ci.everett.ma.us | 617-3940235 Electrical Permits Laurie Flagg, Laurie.Flagg@ ci.everett.ma.us | 617-3942221 Zoning Inquiries and Determinations For questions regarding zoning, contact James Soper at james.soper@ci.everett.ma.us | 617-394-2224. Habitability Certificates Available online at http:// www.cityofeverett.com/586/ Online-Permitting For questions contact Linda Yebba, Linda.Yebba@ci.everett.ma.us | 617-394-2249 Food & Milk Licenses Available online at http:// www.cityofeverett.com/586/ Online-Permitting For questions contact Donna Lento, Donna.Lento@ci.everett.ma.us | 617-394-0235 For questions contact Annette DeBilio, annette.debilio@ci.everett.ma.us | 617-3940211 For questions contact Louis Staffieri, Louis.Staffieri@ci.everett.ma.us | 617-394-2338 Liquor Licensing Available online at https:// www.mass.gov/orgs/alcoholic-beverages-control-commission For questions contact Annette DeBilio, annette.debilio@ci.everett.ma.us | 617-3940211 Housing Complaints To file a housing complaint or questions contact: Frank Nuzzo, Frank.Nuzzo@ ci.everett.ma.us | 617-3942220 Linda Yebba, Linda.Yebba@ ci.everett.ma.us | 617-3942249 Zoning Board of Appeals For questions contact Roberta Suppa, rsuppa@ci.everett. ma.us | 617-394-2498 Purchasing Department – purchasing@ci.everett.ma.us; Rob Moreschi, Robert.moreschi@ci.everett.ma.us | 617294-913. The Purchasing Department continues to approve all purchase orders needed to issue payment to vendors who have previously provided services and require payment to the City of Everett. The bid opening process is under evaluation because the opening of bids must be a public process. Any new bids will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis to determine the priority and process. There will be no interruption to the process of getting contracts signed, where needed, because we have moved to an electronic signature platform called DocuSign. Health Department – health@ci.everett.ma.us; Director of Health and Human Services Jerry Navarra, Jerry.Navarra@ci.everett.ma.us | 617-784-7718; Public Health Nurse Sabrina Firicano, sabrina.firicano@ci.everett.ma.us | 857-888-0723. The Health Department has been working very closely with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) to monitor residents who have been exposed to COVID-19. If you feel sick with a fever or dry cough, or other flu-like symptoms, call your primary care provider. Always tell your medical provider if you have been in contact with someone with a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19. Cambridge Health Alliance patients in regards to Drive-Thru Testing – https://www.challiance.org/ about/newsroom/cambridge_ health_alliance_to_provide_ covid19_testi_1178. Veterans Services Department – veterans@ci.everett. ma.us; Jeanne M. Cristiano, Director of Veterans Services, Jeanne.cristiano@ci.everett. ma.us | 617-394-2321. The Veterans Services Department will continue to respond electronically as well as via telephone to any requests REOPENING | SEE PAGE 19

Page 16 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 19, 2020 ~ LEGAL NOTICE ~ CITY OF EVERETT BOARD OF APPEALS 484 BROADWAY EVERETT, MASSACHUSETTS 02149 (617) 381-7445 To Whom It May Concern: This notice is to inform you that a public hearing will be held on Monday, July 6, 2020 at 7:00 PM in regards to an application for zoning relief. In response to Governor Baker’s declaration of a public health emergency and the related Emergency Executive Order dated March 12, 2020, the Zoning Board of Appeals shall be meeting remotely until further notice. The audioconferencing application Zoom will be used for this purpose. An online link and telephone access number will be provided on all meeting agendas and also on the Board’s website. This application will permit the public to access and participate in future Board meetings and hearings. Instructions for joining meetings in this manner will be provided on the City and City Clerk’s website. In addition, Everett Community TV (ECTV) may provide coverage of these meetings. We extend our thanks for your understanding and participation in this manner, which is intended to keep members of the Board and the public safe. Whereas a petition has been presented by: Property Address: Map/Parcel: 881 Broadway N0-06-000154 Property Owner: Regency Condo of Everett Assoc. 881 Broadway Everett, MA 02149 Person Requesting: Centerline 750 W. Main Street Suite 301 West Bridgewater, MA 02767 To the said Board of Appeals, the owner/applicant seeks to construct a roof top telecommunications facility Reason for Denial: Permit was denied in accordance to the City of Everett Zoning Ordinance: Zoning Ordinance: Section 4 Dwelling Districts (a) Uses Uses. Within any dwelling district as indicated on the zoning map, no building, structure or premises shall be used and no building or structure shall be erected which is intended or designed to be used in whole or in part for any industry, trade, manufacturing, or commercial purposes, of for other than the following specified purposes: 1. A single or double semi-detached dwelling existing at the time of the first enactment of the Zoning Ordinance may be converted to provide not more than a total of three (3) dwelling units provided that the following standards are met: Any addition shall comply with the front, side and rear yard requirements and height limitations of the Zoning Ordinance. Where the existing building is already non-conforming, any alteration shall not increase the existing non-conformity. Parking in accordance with this Zoning Ordinance shall be provided for any additional dwelling units. (Ord. of 4-29-91) 2. The offices of a doctor, dentist or other member of a recognized profession, teacher or musician residing on the premises; provided there is o display or advertising except for a small professional name plate. 3. Customary home occupations, such as dressmaking or millinery or the leasing of rooms or the taking of boarders, conducted by owner occupants only; provided there is no display or advertising visible from outside, except for an announcement card or sign of not more than two (2) feet square area, and that such uses be confined to not over one-third of the total floor area occupied by each family. 4. Schools, except private vocational schools, public libraries, fire stations, art museums, churches, parish houses and Sunday School buildings, membership clubs and social and recreational buildings and premises, park, water supply reservations, soldiers and sailors memorial buildings, except those chief activity of which is one customarily carried on as a gainful business. 5. Real estate signs, referring only to the premises or tract on which they are located, and having an area not exceeding eight (8) square feet. 6. Truck gardens and greenhouses, provided that any greenhouse heating plant shall be distant not less than twenty (20) feet from any street or lot line. 7. Hospitals, not for the insane or feeble-minded; provided that no building be within thirty (30) feet of any street or lot line. 8. Public or charitable institutional buildings not of a correctional nature, providing that no building thereon be within thirty (30) feet of any street or lot line. 9. Railroad or street railroad passenger stations or rights-of-way including customary accessory services therein; not including switching, storage, or freight yards or sidings. 10. Cemeteries, including any crematory therein, which is not within a distance of thirty feet of any street or lot line. 11. Telephone central buildings without garages or yards for service or storage. MARY GERACE – Chairman ROBERTA SUPPA - Clerk BOARD OF APPEALS June 12 & June 19, 2020 Like us on Facebook advocate newspaper Facebook.com/Advocate.news.ma HORSES | FROM PAGE 2 formed a heroic deed. Last year Racow was named after Winthrop Detective Judith Racow, who during an undercover buy on Everett Avenue in Chelsea on Nov. 8, 1995, was working in an undercover capacity when she was allegedly kidnapped during what she refers to as “a drug investigation gone bad.” All three horses are formerly from race tracks. “I think it is amazing that we can memorialize the officers through the horses that help protect and serve the public,” Horses and Heroes founder Skyllar Mulvaney wrote. “[They] are from Finger Lakes Race Track.” Lynn Strong was named after Lynn police officers John Bernard, Matthew Coppinger, Joshua Hilton, Joshua Seaman and Michael McEachern last year, according to Mulvaney. Everett Strong was named in honor of Everett police officers Det. Robert Hall, Sgt. Paul Durant, Lt. Rick Ditrapano, Det. Dan Tucker, Officer Joe Pepicelli and Sgt. Larry Jedrey in 2018. The 1,500-pound white horse is with the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Police Department’s Mounted Unit. Officer Laura Teeple, instructor/trainer of the Horse Mounted Unit for the United States Park Police, explained that the training process, for Lynn Strong and Detective Racow, begins with introduction to the parks (Rock Creek) and slowly moving into the streets and neighborhoods surrounding the parks. “We then move on to more stimulating situations, such as the Georgetown waterfront and rides on city streets,” Teeple wrote in an e-mail. “Once they have become accustomed to those areas, our horses are taken to downtown locations, where they would be patrolling with other ‘steady’ horses [that] can help them become comfortable with all of the activity they will be exposed to on a regular basis.” As far as their training goes, Det. Racow is on a 120-day trial period to determine if he will be suitable for the job. However, Teeple added it’s unlikely that he will be involved with any protests or crowd situations until after that time. On the other hand, Lynn Strong is doing extremely well, and she may use him for the 4th of July celebrations, if they aren’t cancelled due to COVID-19, as a part of his training. Teeple described the animal welfare regulations for all horses, including these three. “When we are assigned to HORSES | SEE PAGE 22

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 19, 2020 Page 17 OBITUARIES Jill Roberts Falvey P assed away June 14, 2020 at her home in Tulsa, Oklahoma surrounded by her loving family. A Celebration of Jill’s Life will be held on Saturday, August 8, 2020 at First United Methodist Church in Ardmore, Oklahoma. The Celebration of Life will begin at 1:00 pm and Pastor David Daniels will officiate. Jill was born on August 4, 1975 to Amazing parents Darryl and Kathleen (Forrestall) Roberts. Jill also had a life-long bestie in younger sister Allison. Jill was a 1993 Honors graduate of Ardmore High School and also a proud member of the 1993 Lady Tiger State Championship basketball team. Jill went on to attend and graduate from Boston University in 1997 Cum Laude with a Secondary English Education degree. Jill also obtained a Master’s Degree in Reading from Salem State College. Jill began her stellar teaching career at Marietta High School in 1997, teaching 10th grade Language Arts. The summer of 1998 Jill married Jake (Jake and Jill) Falvey and moved to the Boston area. Jill’s expertise at teaching continued for the next five years teaching middle school Language Arts in Everett. Many of those previous students regularly kept in contact with Mrs. Falvey. In July of 2003, son Oliver was born and in 2004 The Falveys left the very loving and supportive community of Everett to return to Ardmore, Oklahoma. From 2005-2010 Jill enjoyed being the best mom in the world to son Oliver and daughter Emerson (born in 2007) while teaching the pre-k students at First United Methodist Church. These fabulous five years once again allowed Jill to fulfill her passion for educating children. In 2010, Jill began teaching at Ardmore Middle School. Jill brought books to life and hundreds of AMS students have promised to “Stay Gold.” Jill continued at AMS as a department head and instructional coach. Jill greatly enjoyed her daily interactions with her fellow educators. Some would even say that Jill was rather serious about education. In November of 2015 Jill was diagnosed with Stage IV Ovarian Cancer. This silent disease was in an advanced stage and the outpouring of support from students, colleagues and the community carried her entire family through the early days post diagnosis. Since those early days, Jill has become an educator to more than students. For 4 ½ years, her Faith, Passion, Strength and Love has taught so many that despite tremendous daily challenges, Jill Roberts Falvey’s teaching days will never stop being a teacher.” The Sky looks different when you have someone you Love up there. Survived by husband Jake, son Oliver and daughter Emerson, parents Darryl and Kathy Roberts of Tulsa, sister Allison and husband Roger Disney of Tulsa and numerous other wonderful aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews, prayer warriors and friends. Karen Lopez O f Everett en t ered into eternal rest on Tuesday, June 9, 2020 in the Boston Medical Center June 1, 1875: Everett Woman’s Suffrage League organized. June 3, 1870: First internment at Glenwood Cemetery. June 3, 1951: PFC Daniel Ricci, who grew up on Cleveland Avenue, is killed in action in the Hanjon-Ni area of Korea. June 4, 1891: Glendale Baptist Church organized. June 5, 1912: Rev. Victor Choquette named first pastor of St. Joseph’s Church. June 6, 1930: The Tongs Wars between various Chinese clans in America hits home as Sing Wong, treasurer of the Hip Sing Tong, dies after being shot in his laundry in Everett. June 9, 1917: Mayor John Mullen fences off Revere Beach Parkway at the junction of Broadway because the Metropolitan District Commission refused to station an officer there to guard the crossing, which they felt was the City of Everett’s job. He was ordered by a judge not to take such action again. This weekly series in The Everett Advocate is published with permission from a book written by retired Everett City Clerk Michael Matarazzo. Enjoy! Weekly Series brought to you by F.J. LaRovere Insurance Agency 492 Broadway, Everett * 617-387-9700 Check out our new website: www.larovere.com after a brief illness. She was only 32. Born in Metapan, El Salvador, Karen lived in Everett. She worked as a payroll clerk for Distributor Corporation of New England in Malden. Beloved daughter of Miriam Castro and Santos Lopez. Loving sister of Eric Castro. Carleen (Olson) Maiuri O f Saugus, formerly of Everett, passed away surrounded by her loving family on June 16, 2020, at 78 years. Beloved wife of the late Joseph Maiuri. Loving sister of Margaret Olson. Loving mother of Joseph and his wife Donna Maiuri of Plymouth, Cindy Maiuri of Saugus, Peter and his wife Michele Maiuri of Saugus, Teri and her husband Dan MacDonald of Everett. Carleen is also survived by her grandchildren Nicole derKinderen and her husband Phillip, Amanda Poirier and her husband Nick, Brittany Maiuri, BriI n certain cases, it might make sense to shift the tax burden of capital gains from a Trust to a beneficiary of the Trust. Once a Trust’s capital gain income exceeds $12,950, capital gain income will be taxed at a 20 percent federal rate. The rate in Massachusetts for long-term capital gain income is 5.05 percent. Investment income (including capital gains) that is not distributed to a beneficiary of a Trust will also be subject to an additional “net investment income tax” equal to the lesser of one. The undistributed net investment income or two. The excess of the Trust’s adjusted gross income over $12,750. This tax is an additional 3.8 percent. In contrast, an individual beneficiary of a Trust will receive the benefit of a 15 percent capital gains tax rate on long-term capital gains (holding period of one year or more) and qualified dividends until income exceeds $434,550 for a beneficiary filing single and $488,850 for a beneficiary filing married filing joint. Also, a Trust beneficiary would not be subject to ana McBride and her husband Justin, D.J. and Peter MacDonald and 8 great grandchildren. Carleen was a graduate of Everett High School Class of 1960 and was employed at Fotomat and at Marriot for many years. At the request of the family, services will be privately held. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude's Children's Hospital at www.stjude.org. Paulette (Doublet) Moreschi P assed peacefully into the Kingdom of Heaven to join her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ whom she loves. She was greeted in Heaven by her husband Anthony and her two beautiful and much loved granddaughers Samantha Bradley and Mariel Teves who all predeceased her. She leaves behind her daughters: Yvonne Tumbridge of Everett, Linda Teves of Melrose, MaryAnn Bradley and OBITUARIES | SEE PAGE 18 Capital Gains And Trusts the net investment income tax until his income exceeds $200,000 if filing single and $250,000 if filing married filing joint. Therefore, a shift of capital gain income from a Trust to a beneficiary could save as much as 8.8 percent in taxes. If the Trustee, pursuant to the Trust instrument, has the discretion to distribute income or principal to a Trust beneficiary, that would allow the Trustee to shift the capital gain income to the beneficiary. Capital gain income is considered a receipt of principal by the Trust. In order to shift capital gain income to a Trust beneficiary, there must be a distribution of principal to the beneficiary in the form of cash or other property. Keep in mind that this strategy would in no way be possible for an irrevocable Trust in the context of MassHealth (Medicaid) planning. An irrevocable Trust cannot allow for any distributions of Trust principal to the Settlor/income beneficiary of the Trust. If the Trust were to allow for that, MassHealth would consider the assets in the Trust countable for MassHealth eligibility purposes. Those assets in the Trust would then make the applicant ineligible for MassHealth benefits. If, on the other hand, the irrevocable Trust was set up for children with no MassHealth eligibility being sought in the future, then such principal distributions may be allowed pursuant to the terms of the Trust. Joseph D. Cataldo is an estate planning/elder law attorney, Certified Public Accountant, registered investment advisor, AICPA Personal Financial Specialist and holds a masters degree in taxation.

Page 18 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 19, 2020 OBITUARIES | FROM PAGE 17 her husband Richard of Dracut and her son Anthony Moreschi ~ LEGAL NOTICE ~ CITY OF EVERETT PURCHASING DEPARTMENT Sealed Bids will be received at the School Department 121 Vine Street, Everett, Massachusetts 02149 no later than the below specified times on Monday, July 06, 2020 for the following and opened at the time(s) specified: 10:00 AM Landscaping Services for the City, including the School Department Invitations For Bid (IFBs) may be obtained by emailing a request to robert.moreschi@ci.everett.ma.us. Robert Moreschi Chief Procurement Officer June 19, 2020 ~ LEGAL NOTICE ~ COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Middlesex Probate and Family Court 208 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA 02141 (617) 768-5800 Docket No. MI20P2199EA Estate of: Heather Connolly Date of Death: 12/03/2019 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 Valerie Connolly of Everett, 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 Valerie Connolly of Everett, MA be appointed as Personal Representative(s) of said estate to serve Without Surety on the bond in an 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 07/01/2020. 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 03, 2020 TARA E. DeCRISTOFARO REGISTER OF PROBATE June 19, 2020 of Malden. Grandchildren Rich Bradley and his wife Erika and great-grandson Rich III of Miami; Pat Bradley and his wife Jenine and son Nic of Melrose; William Tumbridge and his wife Nancy of Stoneham; Alexandra Tumbridge and her friend Darryl Caffee of Shrewsbury; Marisa Sharry and her husband Kevin; and great-granddaughter Gabriella of Lynn; and great-granddaughter Mia Teves (daughter of Mariel) of Everett. Paulette was born an hour from Paris, France, and worked on her family's farm growing up in the French countryside. She was a brilliant student ready for college when the Nazis attacked and occupied France. She was considered a Holocaust survivor for her suffering during WWII. She met an American soldier, Anthony Moreschi, just after the war ended in France. They married and moved to Everett. During her life she educated herself by traveling all over the world and became extremely talented at gourmet cooking, sewing, knitting, crocheting, upholstering and was a fashionista with a great sense of humor. But really her greatest talent was her love for people. Paulette never met a stranger and loved to feed everyone. She lived out her Christian beliefs with deep faith, sincerity and compassion. She was truly beautiful inside and out. Paulette was a loving and generous mother and grandmother. She was always there for her children helping in so many ways it can't be counted. Jusqu'á ce que nous nous revoyions (Until we meet again) Joseph C. Trabucco A lifelong resident of Everett, on May 29, age 92, surrounded by his family. He is survived by his wife of 68 years, Rita (DiPlatzi), sons Joseph (Moira) of Cotuit and David of Lynnfield, and sister Adele (Kirby) of Melrose. He was the beloved grandfather of Gina and Michael, and great grandfather of Elena, all of Quincy. Joe was a proud US Navy veteran who served in the Philippines during WWII and a member of the Bricklayers Union Local #3 since 1949. In light of the COVID-19, all funeral services will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations in Joe's memory may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project. Teresa (Palmieri) Valeri O f Everett, en t ered into eternal rest at home surrounded by her loving family, Thursday, June 11, 2020. She was 86 years old. Born in Sulmona, Italy, Teresa lived in Everett for many years. She was a talented professional seamstress, making custom-made draperies for the Paul Brown Company, where she worked up until its closing a few short years ago. Beloved wife of Carmelo Valeri for over 63 years. Dear and devoted mother of Silvana Valeri and Carla Boudreau and her husband, Michael of Everett. Teresa was one of 7 children of the late Gentile and Lucia (Ricci) Palmieri. Loving Nana of Marco Antonio Fosco and his wife, Ariana and Eva Boudreau and Great-Nana of Gianna Valentina Fosco. Also surviving are several loving nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Teresa’s memory to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, P.O. Box 849168, Boston, MA 02284-9168 would be sincerely appreciated. Omaira Arango O f Westminster, formerly of Everett, entered into eternal rest on Saturday, June 6, 2020 at home surrounded by her loving family. She was 80 years old. Born in Medellin, Columbia, Omaira lived in Everett for many years before transitioning to Westminster to be with her daughter and family. She worked in hotel service for over 30 years, retiring from the Parker House Hotel in Boston. She was the wife of the late Israel Santamaria. Beloved mother of Alexandra Santamaria and her husband, John Velasquez of Westminster. 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REOPENING | FROM PAGE 15 from Veterans and families of Veterans for M.G.L. Chapter 115 Assistance and requests from Veterans and families of Veterans seeking assistance in applying for Federal VA Benefi ts, such as service-connected compensation, non-service-connected pensions, and Aid and Attendance Pensions. The Veterans Services Department will also have the capacity to meet on a case-by-case basis by appointment only via Zoom as well as in person via established social distancing guidelines. All Veteran-related correspondence can be dropped at the offi ce location at 90 Chelsea St. via the secure drop box at the front entrance. The Connolly Center – Program Coordinator Dale Palma, Dale.Palma@ci.everett.ma.us | 617-394-2323. The Connolly Center is responding to calls and assessing the immediate needs of our seniors. In conjunction with Administration, the Center is predominately operating as a hub for food distribution for our community. Everett Public Libraries – libraries@ci.everett.ma.us, Library Director Matthew Lattanzi, Matt.Lattanzi@ci.everett. ma.us | 617-944-0206. During this time, patrons will not be allowed inside either the Parlin or Shute Libraries. However, we have established a “Library-to-Go” program that has been up and running as of June 8. Patrons will be allowed to reserve materials (books, DVDs, video games, magazines, etc.) through the following three options: • By phone (Parlin – 617-3942300; Shute – 617-394-2308) • By email (ParlinInfo@noblenet.org; ShuteInfo@noblenet.org) • Online (visit https://evergreen.noblenet.org/, choose Everett Public Libraries from the Dropdown Menu, browse the libraries’ collections and place a hold) Once a hold is placed, Library staff will go into the stacks to fill the orders and will place bundled materials together in a paper bag. All reservations must be done in advance, and no requests can be made at the Library itself. Patrons will be notified when they can come to pick up the materials – patrons will have the option to choose the medium by which they are contacted, be it via email or by phone call. A staff member will write the patron’s fi rst initial and last name on the bag, give a time window to the patron for pickup and will place the bag on a table in the fi rst fl oor atrium of each Library. Once a patron is ready to reTHE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 19, 2020 • https://book r iot. turn the items, they must do so through book drops, which are accessible from outside the buildings. At the Parlin, the book drop is affi xed to the wall to the right of the first fl oor entrance. At the Shute, the book drop is a free-standing structure to the left of the main entrance. The materials are cleared out daily and set into groups. Because the virus can survive on various materials/surfaces, such as paper and plastic, we will “quarantine” items as they are returned for 72 hours. While this may cause minor delays for the availability of returned items, the safety of our staff and patrons is our top priority during this time. We will continue to encourage our patrons to utilize our online resources if possible. Many of our books can be accessed online as Kindle/e-book downloads. What else is the Library offering in addition to the Library-to-Go while our physical buildings are closed? Patrons can still access our Overdrive system – https:// noble.overdrive.com/ – where they can access the entire North of Boston Library Exchange (NOBLE) collection of e-books and audio books. When a patron wishes to choose a title, they simply click on the “Borrow” link. When they are directed to sign-in, they need to click on the “NOBLE Library Patrons” option from the drop-down menu (the fi rst option) and input their Everett Public Libraries card number, which can be found on the back of their physical library card. Patrons can access many of our online databases –https:// www.noblenet.org/everett/ dbases.html – while the buildings are closed. For those who do not currently have a library card for the Everett Public Libraries but wish to access Overdrive, the Boston Public Library enables any person who lives in or owns property in Massachusetts to register for an e-card from BPL by following this link: https://www.surveygizmo. com/s3/4197886/eCard-Registration. By registering, patrons will also be given access to BPL's other online resources. During this time there are many resources that can be utilized outside of the library which foster the goal and vision we at the Everett Public Libraries hold of “instill[ing] a love of reading and learning in children and adults by providing access to the world of ideas and information.” Below, please fi nd a couple of links that will assist us to achieve this goal during these diffi cult times: com/2020/03/16/kidlit-authors-stepping-up-during-thecovid-19-crisis-and-quarantine/ – this website provides a few methods for people, particularly children, to stay engaged while they are kept home from school. Some links will bring you to children’s authors reading their books on their YouTube or Instagram pages, and others provide for more hands-on engagement, such as drawing lessons and arts & crafts ideas. • https://www.tumblebooklibrary.com/Default.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2f – TumbleBooks off ers online databases which patrons can use from the safety of their own homes. Catered to children, some of their offerings are animated talking picture books, read-alongs, e-books, quizzes, lesson plans and educational games which are used in schools and libraries in over 100 countries around the world. Click on the links below to directly access Page 19 each of their databases, with requisite log-in credentials already inputted for our patrons. • https://www.tumblemath. com/autologin.aspx?U=tumble2020&P=A3b5c6 – K-6 math e-book database. • https://www.tumblebooklibrary.com/auto_login.aspx?U=tumble735&P=books – K-6 children’s e-book database. • https://www.teenbookcloud.com/autologin.aspx?U=tumble2020&P=A3b5c6 – Grades 7-12 e-book database. • https://www.audiobookcloud.com/autologin.aspx?U=tumble2020&P=A3b5c6 – all ages audiobook database. City Clerk’s Office – city. clerk@ci.everett.ma.us; Sergio Cornelio, City Clerk, City. clerk@ci.everett.ma.us | 617394-2225. The City Clerk’s Offi ce is currently operating at full capacity. The offi ce has all staff answering residents’ and businesses’ calls. The City Clerk’s Offi ce is providing all usual services (i.e., registering births, Metro North Housing Corp. Washington Street SRO 115 Washington Street Malden, MA 02148 PROFESSIONALLY MANAGED BY: New England Communities, Inc. 280 Salem Street, Box C, Malden MA 02148 carolecollins@creativehousingcollaborative.com 781-397-0223 SUBSIDIZED HOUSING OPPORTUNITY Two openings for affordable single room occupancy units in 14-unit house in Malden. Each tenant has a single, private room with a bed and dresser. Shared kitchen, dining room, bathrooms, washer/dryer, office, and yard. House manager on site part time. Professional cleaning. One accessible unit. Eligibility: 1-person households only. Your income must be at or below $41,000. Preference for people who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness. 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Call or email for reasonable accommodation or questions. deaths and marriages, registering businesses (DBA Certificates), licenses, permits, notary services, oaths, ice cream truck permits, constable applications, FOIA requests, claims, planning and zoning application fi lings) and all other documents and services that were provided by the City Clerk’s Offi ce prior to COVID-19. All customers are asked to call ahead if possible to help expedite their request, especially if you are trying to obtain a Vital Record (birth, death or marriage) and license and permits so that the Clerk’s Offi ce can get the record ready for the customer to pick up at the service window located in the back of City Hall attached to the City Clerk’s Offi ce or so that the Clerk’s Offi ce can mail out the document if an online payment has been made. The Clerk’s Offi ce is also requesting that any and all payments be made prior to coming to the offi ce via credit card or check to ensure expedited service.

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Page 22 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 19, 2020 HORSES | FROM PAGE 16 demonstrations and crowd situations, our horses get regular breaks, fed, and watered,” Teeple wrote. “When their assignments are completed, they return to the barn and their regular routines.” She added that if a patrol horse’s rider is on a day off, the horse gets a day off. A police horse’s job, as a general rule, is crowd control. Most days’ regular patrol consists of riding around the monument areas as well as other parks in the D.C. region. “When we are doing crowd control or dealing with large events, if they are peaceful, the horses spend time interacting with the public as well as providing assistance to emergency responders when needed in order to get to people who need help inside the crowds,” Teeple wrote. “Other duties include making space in areas that authorities need access to, helping to find separated parties, and generally being visible and accessible to the public.” When dealing with lessthan-peaceful situations, the horses are utilized to provide space and safety to the officers on the ground as well as the people who are demonstrating and expressing their First Amendment rights. “Our number one priority is to make sure that everyone is safe and has the ability to express their opinions in a peaceful manner,” Teeple continued. “Should there be trouble, the horses can be utilized as a unit to move people away from buildings and property that might need to be protected.” Once that mission is accomplished, the foot officers take over and hold that area while the horses retreat and return to their trailers for rest, according to Teeple. FOOD LINK | FROM PAGE 16 many people are one tragedy or setback away from facing the fear of food insecurity.” Food Link recently surpassed $2 million as part of its capital campaign for the construction of a new Hub, which is scheduled for opening later this year. “We are deeply committed to our community and grateful for the support we have received,” said Dupont. “With the opening of our Hub, Food Link will quadruple its capacity to serve the growing population of people in Eastern Massachusetts who are food insecure.” COVID-19 has shown us all how vulnerable we are to food insecurity. Food Link and its new Hub are prepared to continue suppor ting the community and its partners to ensure that fewer people go hungry during this difficult time. To learn more about Food Link, visit www.foodlinkma.org. REAL ESTATE TRANSAC TIONS Copyrighted material previously published in Banker & Tradesman/The Commercial Record, a weekly trade newspaper. 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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 19, 2020 Page 23 # 1 Listing & Selling Office in Saugus “Experience and knowledge Provide the Best Service” Free Market Evaluations CRE CarpenitoRealEstate.com View our website from your mobile phone! 335 Central St., Saugus, MA 781-233-7300 SAUGUS - Free Standing Building with off street parking, half bath, kitchenette area, spacious, corner lot, conveniently located just outside of Cliftondale Square....................................$329,900. SAUGUS - Res. lot on side st. Great opp. to bld. an affordable home on 27,000 sq. ft. lot. Call for more information..........$99,900. ROWLEY - Desirable Woodside Condominiums offers 4 rms., 2 bdrms., granite kit. w/stainless steel appliances, living rm. w/hrdwd. flooring, off st. parking, great opportunity to own!.....$199,900. EXCEPTIONAL SELLERS MARKET! Call today for a Complimentary Market Evaluation of your home – Values are fantastic! Listings are scarce – Buyers are in abundance! Interest Rates are incredible. SAUGUS - CONTRACTORS YARD w/oversized, heated 2 bay garage, updated electric, call for details....................$275,000. Take advantage of a GREAT market and work. SAUGUS - 6 room, 3 bedroom Colonial offers 1½ baths, eat-in kitchen, living room, dining room, professionally landscaped lot with sprinkler system, convenient side street location.......................................................$479,900. HINGHAM - Beal Cove Village condo offers 5 rms., 2 bdrms., updated kit. and bath, open dining rm. and living rm., coin-op laundry in bldg., off street parking, close to Hingham Shipyard – great unit, great opportunity.........................................$295,000. SAUGUS - 1st AD 4 bdrm. Cape offers 2 baths, fireplace lvrm., hrdwd. flooring, eat-in kit., sunroom, newer windows & roof, cent. air, alarm, fenced yd., attached gar. PLUS oversized 40’ detached gar..............$499,000. SAUGUS - Perfect starter home in this 5 rm. Ranch offers spac. living rm., 2 bdrms., eat-in kit. w/pantry, 1st flr. laundry rm., cent. air, nice lot w/oversized shed, vinyl siding, side st. loc. in Golden Hills..........$339,900. SAUGUS NEW CONDO conversion – 3 bdrm. units, NEW kits w/quartz, oversized center island, stainless, NEW hrdwd. flooring, windows, cen. air, open fl. plan, deck, side street loc..........................................................$459,900. SAUGUS - One of the last buildable lots left in Saugus! Land runs from Hanson Road to Hamilton Street creating a unique opportunity to build new construction home!.....................................$161,000. WONDERING WHAT YOUR HOME IS WORTH? CALL FOR YOUR FREE MARKET ANALYSIS! LITTLEFIELD REAL ESTATE SAUGUS ~ Rehabbed colonial. New windows, siding, new kitchen with quartz counters, stainless appliances, new cabinets. New hardwood flooring throughout house. New heat. Central AC. New maintenance free deck. .........$570,000 WAKEFIELD CONDO ~ 3 rooms, 1 bed, 1 bath, newly renovated, SS appliances, granite, high ceilings, deeds parking, pets allowed ....... $269,900 SAUGUS ~ Rehabbed colonial, 4-5 bedroom, 2 full baths, gas heat, central AC, new siding, new roof, hardwood flooring, fresh paint, new kitchen with SS appliances quartz counters ...............$559,900 38 Main Street, Saugus MA WWW.LITTLEFIELDRE.COM 781-233-1401 WAKEFIELD ~ New construction duplex. 3 bed, 2.5 baths, 2400 sq feet, garage under, central AC, Gas heat, fireplace living room ............. Call Keith Littlefield for pricing REVERE BEACH ~ Condo, 2 beds, 2 baths, quartz counters, SS appliances, central AC, beautiful ocean views, indoor pool, gym, sauna ...... $394,900 WILMINGTON ~ Colonial featuring 4 beds and 2 full baths, great dead end location, central AC, hardwood flooring, finished lower level ..$534,900 SAUGUS ~ 3 bed, 1.5 bath colonial. Open concept 1st floor, 2 car garage, newer gas heat, roof and HW heater, prof landscaping....$439,900 SAUGUS ~ Oversized split entry, stainless appliances, granite counters, great location, large 3 season sun room. in-law apartment ... $644,900 Call Rhonda Combe For all your real estate needs!! 781-706-0842 MELROSE ~ Single family, 4 bed, 2 full bath, SS appliances, new gas heat, quartz counters, Central AC, Garage under ...................$650,000 LAND FOR SALE SAUGUS Call Rhonda Combe at 781-706-0842 for details!! Call Eric Rosen for all your real estate needs. 781-223-0289 SOLD SOLD UNDER CONTRACT

Page 24 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 19, 2020 Follow Us On: COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY SALES & RENTALS Sandy Juliano Broker/President Hope to reopen soon to continue to serve all your real estate needs. In the meantime please stay safe at home! NEW LISTING BY SANDY WE KNOW EVERETT!! Call TODAY to sell or buy with the best! NEW LISTING BY NORMA NEW LISTING BY NORMA 67 CLARENCE ST., EVERETT 6 ROOM SINGLE WITH FINISHED BASEMENT NEW PRICE! $559,900 UNDER AGREEMENT! SINGLE FAMILY SINGLE FAMILY COMING SOON! REVERE APT. RENTED! Second floor, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. On bus line. $2,000/month with heat. Available immediately. For details call Maria at 781-808-6877. LISTED BY SANDY 33 WOODWARD ST., EVERETT NEW PRICE! $399,900 NEW LISTING BY NORMA SOLD BY SANDY! SINGLE-FAMILY UNDER AGREEMENT! 67 DARTMOUTH ST., EVERETT NEW PRICE! $484,000 RENTED! IEE Maplewood Square area. Malden, sunny, Dream kitchen, Washer/dryer, Parking $2,000/month. Won’t last Call Rosemarie at 617-957-9222. Open Daily From 10:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. 433 Broadway, Suite B, Everett, MA 02149 Open Daily From 10:0 Joe DiNuzzo - Broker Associate :0 00 AM 5:00 PM www.jrs-properties.com Norma Capuano Parziale - Agent Denise Matarazz - Agent Maria Scrima - Agent Follow Us On: 617.544.6274 Rosemarie Ciampi - Agent 11 FAIRLAWN ST., EVERETT TWO FAMILY $759,900 LISTED BY SANDY SOLD BY SANDY! 123 CENTRAL AVE., EVERETT SINGLE FAMILY $449,900 Kathy Hang Ha -Agent Mark Sachetta - Agent

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