Gaming Commission awards more than $1.1 million to Everett and surrounding cities By Christopher Roberson T he Massachusetts Gaming Commission, during its July 18 meeting, voted to award $4.1 million in Community Mitigation grants to communities across the state; within that figure $1,112,088 is earmarked for Everett, Somerville and Chelsea. The first grant, exclusively for GAMING | SEE PAGE 16 Vol. 28, No. 31 Friday, August 2 , 2019 ADVOCATE Everett, is for $182,088. According to the commission, these funds will be used to pay the salaries of new Everett police offiFree Every Friday www.advocatenews.net Our 80th Year EDUCATION Next Classes DRIVER Congrats Kathy! After 39 years at Everett Bank, our Senior Vice President Kathleen Rush is retiring. Kathy started as a Customer Sales Representative and worked her way up to the top, embodying the values of the bank every step of the way. Don’t worry, she’ll still be serving as the Clerk of the Corporation so you’ll see her around. Nonetheless, we wish her the best of luck in this next chapter of her life! 617-387-2200 Primary Election set for September By Christopher Roberson T 1 Week Class Aug. 19 CALL - ENROLL or Register Online 617-387-9121 HENRYSAUTOSCHOOL.COM EVERETT AUTO SCHOOL “Successful Key To Driving” Since 1938 Gift Certificates Available he City Council voted unanimously, during its special meeting on July 29, not to cancel this year’s Primary Election, which is scheduled for Sept. 17. The City Council’s vote went against the recommendation from the Election Commission to cancel the Primary, as the election would cost the city $50,000. The Commission also estimated that the voter turnout would be no greater than 2,200. The Primary would only eliminate one candidate from the at-large races for School Committee and City Council, as there are no more than two candidates in any of the 12 ward races. In addition, Melrose, Lynn and Revere have not held Primaries for non-mayoral elections. Therefore, the commission suggested that Everett ELECTION | SEE PAGE 13 Right by you. 418 BROADWAY, EVERET T, MA 02149 61 7-38 7 - 1 1 10 7 7 1 SALEM ST, LYNNFIELD, MA 01940 7 8 1 - 7 7 6 - 4444 Member FDIC Member SIF Messinger Insurance Agency, Inc. SINCE 1921 475 Broadway, Everett Phone: 617-387-2700 Fax: 617-387-7753 NEW COMPETITIVE AUTO RATES AND BENEFITS AVAILABLE  ACCIDENT FORGIVENESS DISAPPEARING COLLISION DEDUCTIBLE    98 Years of Excellence! Timothy, Daniel & David LaRovere Hours: Monday thru Friday: 8am to 6pm / Saturdays: 9am to 1pm Quote your policy online: www.messingerinsurance.com (617) 387-6691 CONVENIENT PARKING IN REAR Open 7 days 6AM to 10PM 13% DISCOUNT WITH SUPPORTING POLICY 7% PAY IN FULL DISCOUNT 10% MULTI CAR DISCOUNT 423 Broadway, Everett Sq. BEST KENO LOUNGE erett Sq IN EVERETT P L U C S K Y K S O M E H O

Page 2 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, August 2, 2019 Law Offices of John Mackey & ASSOCIATES * PERSONAL INJURY * REAL ESTATE * FAMILY LAW * GENERAL PRACTICE * PERSONAL BANKRUPTCY 14 Norwood St., Everett, MA 02149 Phone: (617) 387-4900 Fax: (617) 381-1755 John Mackey, Esq. WWW.JMACKEYLAW.COM Patricia Ridge, Esq. * Katherine M. Brown, Esq. State Legislature passes balanced budget with targeted investments in housing Rep. McGonagle helps secure more than $83 million for Everett S tate Representative Joseph McGonagle along with his colleagues in the Massachusetts Legislature recently announced that they passed its Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20) budget, which invests in programs and services across the Commonwealth. Funded at $43.1 billion, this budget makes major investments in education, housing, substance use disorder services, health care and other areas while projecting a more than $476 million deposit into the Stabilization Fund – bringing the fund’s balance to more than $3 billion to safeguard the future of vital programs and services. Working collaboratively with State Senator Sal DiDomenico, McGonagle is proud to report that the City of Everett is set to receive a total of $83,487,833. Within that figure, Everett will receive $75,001,709 in Chapter 70 local education aid – an increase mental health initiatives, homelessness prevention and music and technology activities within the Everett Public Schools. “A big thank you to Chair Joseph McGonagle State Representative of $6 million from last year. It will also receive $7,336,124 in unrestricted general government aid – an increase of $192,868 from last year. McGonagle and DiDomenico also secured $1.15 million in earmarks for specific programs related to senior services, Michlewitz, Chair Rodrigues, and their staff who worked very hard to deliver a budget that is both fiscally responsible and also invests in the Commonwealth’s top priorities of education, housing, and job creation,” said McGonagle. “As the Vice Chair of the Joint Committee on Housing, I am thrilled that this budget starts to tackle our housing crisis by drastically investing in housing and homelessness programs.” The FY20 budget includes the following line items for Everett: • $25,000 to pay for the installation of more signage on major thoroughfares. These signs will help maintain safety and efSTATE | SEE PAGE 13 The Joint Committee for Children’s Health Care to celebrate 25th year T he Joint Committee for Children’s Health Care in Everett (JCCHCE) recently announced that a special anniversary gala will be held to celebrate the organization’s 25th year anniversary. 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The nonprofit organization will be joined by clients, parents, educators, health and wellness experts, health and civic organizations, community members and national, state and local leaders, funders, staff, volunteers and many more to celebrate the work that has been done, but also to inspire to strive for a brighter, healthier future for all. The JCCHCE’s “25th Year Celebration Gala, Keeping Children and Families Healthy… Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” will recognize the accomplishments of this amazing organization. Since its inception in 1994, the JCCHCE has directly served and supported more than 225,000 people to gain access to Massachusetts health care. The committee is also dedicated to promoting effective health education programs and services to children, parents, families and communities. More than 800,000 people have benefited from the information shared over the last 25 years! Together, we have much to celebrate and with your help and tax-exempt donation, we will be able to achieve so much more in the years to come! For more information, please contact the JCCHCE at 617-3942414 or by visiting 484 Broadway, Everett, Mass., rm. 2. Please see Executive Director Nicole Graffam and/or Anna Fabrizio for additional information. You can also email Graffam at nicole. graffam@ci.everett.ma.us and/ or go to our website at www. jcchce.org. CORRECTION I In House Dental Plan for $399 (Cleanings, X-Rays, Exams twice a year and 20% OFF Dental work) Schedule your FREE Consultations today n the July 26 edition of The Everett Advocate, it was incorrectly reported that Joseph LaMonica is running for both City Council and the School Committee. This is now corrected to say that Joseph A. LaMonica is running for School Committee and his son, Joseph M. LaMonica, is running for City Council. The Advocate regrets this error.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, August 2, 2019 Page 3 ~ CANDIDATES AT A GLANCE ~ Editor’s Note: In the weeks leading up to the city’s Nov. 5 election, The Everett Advocate will publish Candidates at a Glance, providing our readers with information about the 38 candidates running for office. Fred Capone – Incumbent Ward 1 Councilor, attorney, member of the Everett Kiwanis Cub, chairman of the Scholarship Committee of the Saugus-Everett Elks, former member of the Common Council, former president and director of the Italian American Association of Everett, selected as a New England Scholar and recipient of the New England School of Law Service Award. Peter Napolitano – Incumbent Councillor-at-Large, former City Council president, U.S. Navy veteran, former member of the Common Council. John Hanlon – Incumbent Councillor-at-Large, candidate for state representative of the 28th Middlesex District in 2013, former mayor, former City Council president, former ward alderman, former city clerk and former member of the Charter Commission. Alfred Lattanzi – Candidate for Ward 6 councillor, owner of Everett Supply & True Value Hardware, member of the Traffic Commission, member of the Everett Redevelopment Authority and former member of the Charter Commission. Why Bank At Just Your Bank’s ATMs & Branches YOU CAN BANK EVERYWHERE WITH MASS BAY! 55,000 Surcharge-FREE Allpoint ATMs – At Stores, Centers & Places You Are Every Day 5,000 CO-OP Shared Branch SM Outlets – At Partner CU’s Allover The Area & Nationwide GREAT Mobile App & Check Deposit – Bank EASY from Your Phone or Tablet Get started at massbaycu.org or visit any Mass Bay Branch! Easy! massbaycu.org (617) 269-2700 South Boston – Everett – Quincy – Seaport Federally insured by NCUA EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY

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This class will be led step-by-step by an instructor. You will be able to paint your own beach scene! This event is for ages 11+ and is free and open to the public. Registration is required. For more information, please call the Shute Memorial Library at 617-394-2308. Friday Family Movies Parlin Library Friday, Aug. 16 at 2:30 p.m. Come join us for Friday Family Movies! Each week we will show a new movie beginning at 2:30 p.m.! Free and open to the public for all ages! On Friday, August 9, we will be showing the new movie “Dumbo” at the Parlin Library! Please call us at 617-3942302 with any questions. This event is free and open to the public. Open to all ages! Friday Family Movies Shute Library Friday, Aug. 16 at 3:00 p.m. Come join us for Friday Family Movies! Each week we will show a new movie beginning at 3:00 p.m.! Free and open to the public for all ages! On Friday, August 16, we will be showing the new movie “Dumbo” at the Shute Library! Please call us at 617-3942308 with any questions. This event is free and open to the public. Open to all ages! Summer Craft Chalkboard Cheese Trays Parlin Memorial Library Saturday, Aug. 17 at 2:00 p.m. Get ready for your summer entertaining as we make Chalkboard Cheese Trays and Drink Labels. These items are reusable and fun. Supplies are provided but limited – ages 13 +. Sign up at the Parlin Information Desk (617-394-2302). Coming September 14th Boston's legendary.. THE STOMPERS Advance Tickets Now on Sale at: www.breakawaydanvers.com 221 Newbury Street, Danvers For Tickets call (978) 774-7270 or www.breakawaydanvers.com State Senator Sal DiDomenico and his wife, Tricia, recently joined Bishop Robert Brown and the Zion Church Ministries for their annual Community Block Party. The event had many things to offer people – food, entertainment, games and many more great activities for everyone to enjoy while building community. “Tricia and I had a great time at this amazing annual event for our community,” said DiDomenico. “Thank you to Bishop Brown and everyone at the Zion Church Ministries for putting on this block party and all they do for the city of Everett.” (Courtesy Photo)

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, August 2, 2019 Page 5 Tickets on Sale for Second Murphys Boxing Event at Encore Boston Harbor Encore Boston Harbor to host second Las Vegas-style fight night for Murphys Boxing championship match E VERETT, MA (JULY 26, 2019) — Tickets are now on sale for Encore Boston Harbor’s second Murphys Boxing championship match on Friday, August 23rd at the newly opened $2.6 billion resort. The second match is subsequent to a sold-out event on Friday, July 12th, which saw more than 2,300 attendees. “We were thrilled to see such success with our inaugural Murphys Boxing match earlier this month,” says Robert DeSalvio, President of Encore Boston Harbor. “We are so happy to bring these Las Vegas-style events to the Boston area, and we’re glad to see the community responding so well. 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Page 6 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, August 2, 2019 Governor signs Fiscal Year 2020 Budget BOSTON – On July 31, Governor Charlie Baker signed the Its a Marina Dance Party all weekend! Friday, August 2 at 9 PM BILLY PEZZULO Saturday, August 3 at 9 PM DJ LOGIK Sunday, August 4 at 9 PM DJ LOGIK MONDAY'S SHUCK! $1.00 Oysters SUNDAY BRUNCH BUFFET Only $19.95 / 11am-2pm Featuring Al Whitney Jazz Band BOOK YOUR NEXT FUNCTION WITH US * GIFT CARDS AMPLE FREE www.marinaatthewharf.com 543 North Shore Rd. Revere 781-629-3798 PARKING AMAZING WATER VIEWS Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20) state budget into law, a $43.321 billion plan that includes the highest-ever level of state funding for Massachusetts public schools. The $5.2 billion for Chapter 70 aid to education ensures sufficient resources to fund the FY20 costs of an anticipated multiyear overhaul of the school finance formula while enabling full implementation of the recommendations of the Foundation Budget Review Commission (FBRC). “A strong economy and prudent fiscal management have allowed our Administration to work with the Legislature to continue building the Commonwealth’s Stabilization Fund and invest in key areas like housing, education and efforts to fight opioid misuse,” said Baker. “When we filed our budget and school finance reform proposals in January we pledged to update the formula that funds our public schools, recognizing the challenge that some school districts face in keeping up with the cost of funding a quality public school education for every child in Massachusetts. The Fiscal Year 2020 budget will allow the Commonwealth to take another step toward providing the necessary resources to continue implementing the recommendations of the Foundation Budget Review Commission, and we look forward to working with the Legislature on a bill that modernizes the Chapter 70 school finance formula and provides new tools and resources to ensure that this significant investment leads to better outcomes for all Massachusetts children, especially those in our highest-need communities. This budget also makes law the product of a bipartisan compromise to create a program to control the rising costs of prescription drug prices, saving taxpayers millions.” “Since taking office, our Administration has been focused on building strong partnerships with Massachusetts cities and towns, from funding for public schools and public safety needs to local economic development programs and housing assistance,” said Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito. “This fiscally responsible budget continues that commitment, while addressing the Commonwealth’s most pressing needs including care for vulnerable children and assistance for our seniors.” The budget builds on the Administration’s previous investments to implement FBRC’s recommendations, and it includes significant new funding for school districts to meet the cost of educating low-income students, English Language Learners (ELL) and students with special needs, as well as to address the rising cost of health care. In addition to $5.2 billion in Chapter 70 aid – an increase of $268 million over Fiscal Year 2019 (FY19) – the budget includes $115 million for charter school reimbursements for local school districts, a significant $25 million increase to support an updated formula to reimburse districts for charter school tuition increases, including an increase in the facilities stipend for charter schools. The historic investment in public education is made possible because of continuing responsible management of the Commonwealth’s finances. Since 2015 the Baker-Polito Administration has focused on returning structural balance to the state budget, working with the Legislature to keep spending in line with revenue growth and rebuild the Commonwealth’s reserves while investing in critical areas of the budget, including education, housing, transportation, efforts to fight opioid misuse, the care of vulnerable children and support for cities and towns. The implementation of reforms and efficiencies within the MassHealth program has provided flexibility throughout the rest of the budget, while continuing to protect access to health care. The budget includes a landmark new drug-pricing measure that authorizes the Executive Office of Health and Human Services to directly and more effectively negotiate with drug manufacturers and, if necessary, engage in a public process to identify a proposed value for certain high-cost drugs if negotiations are unsuccessful. This reform is consistent with the Administration’s continuing efforts to manage the growth of MassHealth spending. MassHealth pharmacy spending has nearly doubled since 2012, even while the program has successfully implemented policies to rein in spending growth from historical double-digits to single digits and to ensure MassHealth sustainability. 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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, August 2, 2019 Page 7 National Night Out Tuesday, August 6, 2019 Everett festivities begin at the Gentile Rec. Center at 43 Elm St. (next to Police Station) Mayor Carlo DeMaria and Chief Steven A. Mazzie Present The City of Everett’s 2019 National Night Out Chief Steven Mazzie Mayor Carlo DeMaria WE OWN THE STREETS!! It’s that time again…. Tuesday, August 6, 2019 – 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. We ask for our residents to meet at the numerous gathering points in the areas below and walk with Everett Police Officers and City Officials through the streets of Everett joining up at the Gentile Recreation Center at 43 Elm St, for Food, Music, Prizes and more. Come join us!!! Officers will be at the following gathering points at 6 pm to walk through the neighborhoods on the way to the event. 1. Everett City Hall Parking Lot 2. Gramstorff Park (Upper Florence Street, aka – Little Flo) 3. Whittier Housing 4. Hancock Street Fire Station Help us show that we, the residents of Everett, are in control of our city. Show that….. “WE OWN THE STREETS” Aug. 6 deadline for objections and withdrawals of nomination papers T he City Clerk’s Office originally submitted an elections calendar which prescribed dates for nomination paper filing and related deadlines to the Secretary of State’s Office for review. In the interim and upon calendar review, the city government obtained guidance from the Secretary of State’s Office modifying deadlines that were based on information that would have been correct for some municipalities, but as Everett has a City Charter Everett’s prescribed dates follow the City Charter. The calendar as originally submitted has been deemed For Advertising with Results, call The Advocate Newspapers at 617-387-2200 or Info@advocatenews.net to be correct. As such, objections to, and withdrawals of, nomination papers shall be accepted until 5:00 p.m. on Aug. 6, 2019.

Page 8 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, August 2, 2019 Everett Kiwanis hosts 34th Annual Frank E. Woodward Golf Outing at Mt. Hood Golf Club to benefit Scholarship Fund Bob Marra and David LaRovere Rafael Santos, Jeff Goldberg, Glen Turgiss and John Mattuchio Michael LaRovere, David LaRovere and Elena Hickey Steve Mahoney, Peter Conti, Mike Messina and Kevin Meins Joe, Joe, Bob and Greg Keohane Chris Rappa, Tommy Fiorentino, Tom Fiorentino and Jonathan Main Michael LaRovere, Fred Capone, Brian Wilshysen and Ken Fisher Mia Pellegrino, Rebecca, Ella and Elena Hickey

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, August 2, 2019 Page 9 Beer and Wine Garden opens at Encore T here are beer gardens and then there is the new Beer and Wine Garden at Encore Boston Harbor’s South Lawn. With August already here, it’s time to squeeze in as much summer as possible without running out of beer, wine, sunshine, and entertainment. From now until Labor Day, the Beer and Wine Garden at the new $2.6 billion resort and casino will open Saturday and Sunday from 1pm until 30 minutes after sunset. Saturday, Sunday, and Monday of Labor Day weekend, the garden will be open from noon until 30 minutes after sunset. The outdoor waterfront garden provides a perfect summer outing along the newly restored Mystic River shoreline and Encore Harborwalk, complete with beer, wine, cocktails, and a number of lawn games. Soft drinks and snacks can also be found on the menu. Getting to the Encore Beer and Wine Garden is almost as fun as being there. Guests can take the luxury motor yachts from the Seaport or Long Wharf, or many of the other transportation options Encore has to offer. Whether for beer, wine, cocktails, the ornate floral displays or millions of dollars of fine public art, the Encore Beer and Wine Garden is the perfect way to spend what’s left of your summer weekends. Council on Aging to host Doo Wop Sock Hop P lease join Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the Council on Aging for a Doo Wop Sock Hop on Thursday, Sept. 12, beginning at 4 p.m. at the Connolly Center. The Council on Aging is excited to have Boston’s number one Oldies DJ, Charlie Mason, playing all your favorite tunes from the 1950s and 1960s. There will also be a delicious dinner buffet for you to enjoy. So, put on your saddle shoes and poodle skirts AUTOTECH 1989 SINCE Is your vehicle ready for the Summer Season?!! AC SPECIAL Recharge your vehicle's AC for the warm weather! Includes up to 1 IL. of Refrigerant* (*Most Vehicles) Only $59.95 and join us for all the fun. Reservations are now being accepted in the Council on Aging Office. For additional information please contact Dale at 617-394-2323 or Ida at 617394-2260. DRIVE IT - PUSH IT - TOW IT! CASH FOR YOUR CAR, TRUCK OR SUV! 2012 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA SE Auto., Leather, Loaded, Excellent Condition, Clean Title, Warranty, ONLY 72K Miles! Trades Welcomed READY TO GO! 2006 DODGE CHARGER Loaded with Extras, 3.5 V6 HO Motor, Premium Sound System, Dual Exhaust, Runs & Drives Great! 139K Miles, Warranty. PRICED RIGHT! $6,995 $3,995 781-321-8841 Easy Financing Available! 1236 Eastern Ave • Malden EddiesAutotech.com We Pay Cash For Your Vehicle! WE WORK FOR YOU! * Have your car repaired by Real Manufacturer Certiified Technicians * An I-CAR GOLD CLASS SHOP Highest Certificate in the Repair Industry * Premier Insurance Co. Collision Repair Shop for Geico, Liberty Mutual, Metlife, Progressive and more! * Over 30 Years of putting families back on the Road Safe & Fast! * ATLAS Stands Behind All Repairs with a Limited Lifetime Warranty 1605 North Shore Road, Revere * 781-284-1200 Visit us at: www.AtlasAutobody.com or call (781) 284-1200 to schedule your appointment today!

Page 10 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, August 2, 2019 BUDGET | FROM PAGE 6 Fund,” said Administration and Finance Secretary Michael J. Heffernan. “These efforts continue to pay off, and along with a strong Massachusetts economy are now enabling major investments in priority areas, including education and transportation.” The FY20 budget represents an approximately 3.3% increase in spending over estimated spending in FY19. The total $43.321 billion in spending excludes certain trust fund transfers. The budget includes $1.1 billion in unrestricted local aid for cities and towns, up $183 million since FY15. The Administration also announced that the transfer of certain FY19 capital gains taxes to the Stabilization Fund has brought the current balance of the fund to $2.8 billion, the highest balance ever. 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Included in the Administration’s House 1 budget proposal in January, the change will expand the income eligibility for the Medicare Savings Program to provide assistance to approximately 40,000 low-income seniors. A state investment of $7 million annually ($4 million in FY20) is expected to leverage more than $100 million in Medicare prescription drug subsidies accruing directly to older consumers. The budget also fulfills the Administration’s promise to end the temporary, enhanced Employer Medical Assistance Contribution (EMAC) at the end of calendar year 2019. The budget builds on the Commonwealth’s progress in addressing the opioid epidemic by increasing investments in substance misuse– prevention and treatment to a total of $246 million across several state agencies. Since FY15 the Administration has doubled the Commonwealth’s investment in substance misuse programs and services. Also included is the Administration’s proposal to require online marketplace facilitators to collect and remit tax on sales to Massachusetts customers on behalf of vendors who sell products on their online marketplace platforms, streamlining the revenue collection process and leveling the playing field for Massachusetts “Main Street” retailers. The budget supports a total of $20.3 million to implement the recommendations of the Administration’s Black Advisory Commission and Latino Advisory Commission, including funding to develop and expand college and career pathways for high school students through the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Pipeline and Early College programs, to expand targeted workforce development programs for Black and Latino youths and to improve and expand English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) programs. It also includes a significant increase in support for Massachusetts residents who need housing or shelter, including $179 million in emergency assistance funding to provide shelter to homeless families, $110 million for the Massachusetts Rental Voucher Program (MRVP), $72 million for Local Housing Authorities (LHAs) and $4 million to increase the number of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)–accessible units within the homeless shelter system. As part of the budget-signing, Baker signed 99 outside sections and returned nine to the Legislature with proposed amendments. Key FY20 Budget Highlights Education • A total of $1.1 B in funding for the University of Massachusetts, state universities and community colleges • $106 M for scholarship assistance BUDGET | SEE PAGE 12 NOW BOOKING NEW CUSTOMERS! DON’T WAIT! 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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, August 2, 2019 Page 11 Zion Church hosts annual block party The Zion Church hosted its 15th annual block party on Saturday afternoon, welcoming all to the festivities. Visitors enjoyed food, games and entertainment while mingling with neighbors and friends. The Zion Church held its 15th annual block party on Saturday afternoon. This past Sunday, the Zion Baptist Church in Everett held its 15th annual gala block party with plenty of food, entertainment and fun. Shown, with Pastor Bishop Brown are State Sen. Sal DiDomenico, Alfred Lattanzi, candidate for Ward 6 city councillor, Sal’s wife Tricia, and Stephanie Martins, candidate for Ward 2 city councillor. Erica Shrestha adjusted her balloon headband at the Zion Church block party. Bishop Regina Shearer watched on as Jenara Bourguignon created bubbles. Samantha Lambert greeted Catherine Tomassi Hicks at the Zion Church block party. Judy Johnson made balloon creations for the children throughout the afternoon. Kevin O’Donnell of the Mayor’s Office joined Bishop Robert Brown at the Zion Church block party. Marlena Matthews participated in a game of can toss at the Zion Church block party. Antoinette and Rony Francilien enjoyed socializing with Bella and Lovedjima Beauplan at the Zion Church block party on Saturday. Jenara Bourguignon painted clouds on Maria Mohammed’s face. Nate Johnson grilled burgers and hot dogs on Saturday afternoon outside of the Zion Church. Simone Holyfield handed out plates of food at the Zion Church block party. Diane Langston and Simone Holyfield assisted with food at the Zion Church block party. Edi Arevalo accompanied his daughters Aylin and Angely to the Zion Church Block Party on Saturday.

Page 12 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, August 2, 2019 BUDGET | FROM PAGE 10 • $345 M for special education circuit-breaker funding for cities and towns • $76 M for regional school transportation • $20 M to fund a rate increase for state-subsidized early education and childcare providers • $2.5 M for Early College programs • $1.5 M for the STEM Pipeline Fund to expand work-based learning opportunities for high school students in STEM fields Support for Cities and Towns • $5.2 B for Chapter 70 education aid • $1.1 B for Unrestricted General Government Aid • $3 M for District Local Technical Assistance to support regionalization projects Substance Misuse–Prevention • $246 M in funding across several state agencies (not including MassHealth), including: • $172 M for Department of Public Health substance misuse–prevention and treatment services, a $13 million increase above FY19 spending • $19 M for medication-assisted treatment within correctional facilities • $3 M to continue funding for Recovery High Schools Transportation • $698 M for transportation overall, including Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) operations, the MBTA and Regional Transit Authorities (RTAs) • A $1.1 B sales tax transfer, in addition to $127 million in operating budget support, for the MBTA • $90.5 M for RTAs, which includes $3.5 million in funding expressly tied to performance metrics Energy and Environment • $5 M in increased funding for the Department of Public Utilities’ Pipeline Safety Division • Increased assessment on utility distribution companies to fund more pipeline inspectors at the Department of Public Utilities • $2.2 M for Climate Adaptation and Preparedness Housing • $179 M in emergency assistance funding to provide shelter to homeless families • $110 M for the MRVP program • $72 M for LHAs • $53 M for homeless shelters serving individuals • $4 M in new funding to expand ADA-accessible units within the homeless shelter system Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Prevention • $80 M across several agencies, a 25-percent increase in funding since 2015, including funding to provide emergency shelter to victims of domestic violence and their children Other Health and Human Services • $1.1 B for the Department of Children and Families, representing an increase of $193 M since FY15 • $902 M for the Department of Mental Health, including $10 M trust for behavioral health access, outreach and support • $50 M gross ($25 M net) for an increase in nursing home rates • $10.2 M for the Safe and Successful Youth initiative • $25 M (full funding) for the Turning 22 program of the Department of Developmental Services • Adoption of the Administration’s proposal to disregard the value of a single vehicle when calculating eligibility for the Transitional Aid to Families with Dependent Children (TAFDC) program Workforce and Economic Development • $7 M for the Workforce Competitiveness Trust Fund • $3.1 M for Small Business Technical Assistance grants • $2.5 M for the Urban Agenda grant program, including targeted workforce development programs for Black and Latino young adults • $1 M for Learn to Earn • Transfer of any FY19 consolidated net surplus to the Community Preservation Trust Fund ($20 M) and the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center ($10 M) Criminal Justice and Public Safety • Funding to implement requirements of the criminal justice reform law, including $2 M for increased staffing at the State Police Crime Lab to meet the new BUDGET | SEE PAGE 15 - Live Performances | Dozens of Food Vendors Activities for the Entire Family | Beer Garden Vietnamese Kids Pageant Coordinator: Anh Le: (857)869-2525 SOUTH PARK 240 North St Randolph MA FRI AUG 16 4 PM-10 PM SAT AUG 17 12 PM-10 PM SUN AUG 18 12 PM-9:30 PM www.MidAutumnLanternFestival.com Phone: 617-297-7392 BUY TICKETS NOW: $5.00 on our website/event page $7.00 at the door (Includes free raffle entry. Refer to website for details) Vendor & Sponsor Coordinator Khang Nguyen: 781-707-6397 Lynn Nguyen: 617-461-6351 Volunteer Coordinator Nghi Van: 857-241-0264

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, August 2, 2019 Page 13 STATE | FROM PAGE 2 ficiency with the increase of visitors to Everett due to Encore Boston Harbor. • $50,000 to create a new position in the City of Everett for a mental health clinician to assist with substance abuse, mental health and gambling addiction. • $100,000 to fund the renovation of the Connolly Center to expand senior services. As the Vice Chair of the Joint Committee on Housing, McGonagle has advocated for the following housing investments: • $116 million for the MassaELECTION | FROM PAGE 1 follow suit. Ward 5 Councillor Rosa DiFlorio said it was a difficult decision. “Sometimes you’re torn between votes: You want to save taxpayers money, but you also want to be fair to the candidates,” she said. “We have to follow the process and keep the Primary.” Councillor-at-Large Peter Napolitano said he is “on the fence.” He also dispelled the notion that the city is flush with money from Encore Boston Harbor. “That money hasn’t come in yet,” said Napolitano. “The city is not fat on cash; it’s getting more expensive to conduct these elections; we’ve been struggling for the past two years.” Ward 1 Councillor Fred Capone said although he is usually thrifty, Everett’s voting population deserves a Primary regardless of cost. “Voting is at the very heart of our democracy,” he said. Ward 6 Councillor Michael McLaughlin said he is concerned about there being a conflict of interest in voting on the matter, as all the councillors are up for reelection. “I don’t want to see any of my colleagues get blindsided in the future,” he said. However, Assistant City Solicitor Keith Slattery said he did not foresee a problem. “I don’t see a conflict; procedurally you’re alchusetts Rental Voucher Program (MRVP) • $72 million for Public Housing Subsidies • $8 million for the Alternative Housing Voucher Program • $53.4 million for Homeless individual shelters “I am proud that this year’s state budget makes important investments in housing programs. The housing crisis that exists in Massachusetts today has widespread and adverse implications on our seniors, young people, and families,” said McGonagle. “I look forward to continuing to work with my colleagues lowed to do this,” he said. “You’ll be voting as a body, not as individuals.” Councillor-at-Large Wayne Matewsky said there was no need for further discussion. “I don’t see any point in belaboring it; I do very well in a Prima- Live Performances | Dozens of Food Vendors Activities for the Entire Family | Beer Garden and the administration to reduce housing costs in the metro Boston area and to increase the supply of housing options.” Having been passed by the House and Senate, the legislation now goes to Governor Charlie Baker for his signature. In addition to being the Vice Chair of the Joint Committee on Housing, McGonagle sits on the Joint Committees on Transportation and Health Care Financing. McGonagle is in his third term as State Representative for the 28th Middlesex District. McGonagle may be reached at Joseph.McGonagle@mahouse.gov. ry so I have no problem,” he said. Council President Richard Dell Isola, Councillor-at-Large John Hanlon, Ward 2 Councillor Stephen Simonelli and Councillor-at-Large Michael Marchese also voted in favor of keeping the Primary.. Kaylee Federman Đặng Trường Phát Marcela Cruz Niu Raza Trung Quân (Vietnamese Idol) Also Performing:Lack Kay and The Righteous Liars; BảoCường; Minh Hằng; Lê Vũ; Duy Ái; Kim Ngân; Hoàng Vân; Ái My; Amy, Anna, Alana; Ngọc Diễm; Hoàng Thông; Phương Vi; Annabella; Remy; An Vy; Kim Loan; Đức Hiền; Thúy Điệp; Ngọc Minh; V-Pop Band; Brothers Band;Hồng Thi; Thuý Hằng; Kathy; Thủy Tiên; Thanh Tâm; Sao Mai; Kyle Đoàn; Hữu Thanh Vietnamese Kids Pageant Coordinator: Anh Le: (857)869-2525 240 North St Randolph MA SOUTH PARK www.MidAutumnLanternFestival.com FRI AUG 16 4 PM-10 PM SAT AUG 17 12 PM-10 PM SUN AUG 18 12 PM-9:30 PM Phone: 617-297-7392 BUY TICKETS NOW: $5.00 on our website/event page $7.00 at the door Sam Woolf Khang Le (Fashion Designer) (Top 5 American Idol) (Includes free raffle entry. Refer to website for details) Vendor & Sponsor Coordinator Khang Nguyen: 781-707-6397 Lynn Nguyen: 617-461-6351 Volunteer Coordinator Nghi Van: 857-241-0264

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Page 16 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, August 2, 2019 GAMING | FROM PAGE 1 cers who are replacing those officers who were transferred to the Gaming Enforcement Unit at Encore Boston Harbor. The second grant is set at $425,000 and will be awarded to Everett and Somerville. This grant will provide continued funding for the plans to extend the Silver Line from Chelsea to Somerville and will include a stop at the casino. The next grant is for $400,000 and will also be awarded to EverEVERETT CRIMSON TIDE’S OPENING DAY is August 5th for Football and Cheer at Sacramone Park from 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM If you still need to Register, we got you covered. We will be at the Park at 4:30 PM to take Registrations. The New Age Base for Football is: Age as of July 31, 2019 6U (5&6) - 8U (7&8) - 10U (9&10) - 12U (11&12) - 14U (13&14) 9 0 TH ANNIVE RS AR Y St. Rocco Feast 2019 August 9th, 10th, & 11th Location: Pearl and Thacher Streets, Malden, MA Parking Info: Parking around the streets of the Feast. Free/residential parking. T Route: Malden Center - Orange Line Friday, August 9, 7pm-11pm 6:30 – Procession With the statue of St. Rocco from the Italian American Citizens Club on Pearl Street 7:00 – 11:00 – Reminisants Saturday, August 10, 4pm-11pm 4:30 – 5:30 – Gian Faraone Smooth crooner, stylish dapper Gian Faraone will perform the hits of Sinatra and other Rat Pack favorites 6:00 – 8:45 – North Shore Acappella All time New England favorites hit the stage 9:00 – 11:00 – Midtown Men The highlight of the 90th Anniversary is the Midtown Men, Original Broadway Cast of Jersey Boys. Performing Frankie Valli’s all time hits from smash hit musical Jersey Boys. Special guest appearance by Malden native, Dave Russo Comedian. Sunday, August 11, 1pm-9pm 1:00 – Procession With the Statue of St. Rocco with the Italian American Band of Lawrence and the North End Marching Band 4:00 – 5:30 – Presti Players Brass Band Join us for some Jazz, RnB, Classic Rock and BeBop! 6:00 – 9:00 – Heart Attack Ack Ack Ack Billy Joel cover band, paying tribute to one of the most successful solo artists of all time. Anchored by a professional dueling pianist and lifelong Billy Joel fan, the band’s dynamic live shows feature Billy’s more rocking mid-70s to early-80s favorites. Jan. 12, 1954: A packed Metropolitan Transit Authority trackless trolley bus and truck collided at the intersection of Main Street and Broadway, sending the bus crashing into two utility poles and causing injuries to 20 of the 70 passengers. Jan. 13, 1930: Everett’s Andrew J. (Swede) Oberlander appointed head football coach and assistant professor of physical education by Wesleyan University. Jan. 14, 1870: Agnes Bryant becomes the first child born in the Town of Everett. Jan. 14, 1901: Everett Lodge of Elks instituted. Jan. 16, 1934: The Everett School Committee orders to exodus of married women schoolteachers in the Everett Public Schools. Jan. 17, 1944: William T. “Doc” O’Connell, a popular welterweight, dies at his home on Ferry Street the age of 32. This new 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 saintroccosfeast.org Beer/Wine Garden, Raffles, Food, Games, and Live Entertainment all weekend! Fun for everyone! F.J. LaRovere Insurance Agency 492 Broadway, Everett * 617-387-9700 Check out our new website: www.larovere.com Like us on Facebook advocate newspaper Facebook.com/Advocate.news.ma ett and Somerville. That money will be used to “design a connection from Draw 7 Park in Somerville across the MBTA tracks to the Assembly Square Orange Line Station head house.” The new connection will also have a bridge across the Mystic River in Everett. The final grant, for $105,000, will go to Chelsea and Everett. This will provide funding for a trilingual Enterprise Center at the Chelsea campus of Bunker Hill Community College. The purpose of the center will be to train and provide a “pipeline of workers” for Encore. Under the state’s gaming law, the commission provides funding for “communities and water and sewer districts in the vicinity of a gaming establishment, local and regional education, transportation, infrastructure, housing, environmental issues and public safety, including the office of the county district attorney, police, fire, and emergency services.” During the past four years, the commission has awarded approximately $16 million in Community Mitigation grants.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, August 2, 2019 Page 17 THE HOUSE AND SENATE. Beacon Hill Roll Call records the votes of local senators and representatives from the week of July 22-26. SUBSCRIBE TO MASSTERLIST– IT'S FREE! Join more than 17,000 other people from movers and shakers to political junkies and interested citizens who start their morning with a copy of MASSterList! MASSterList is a daily ensemble of news and commentary about the Legislature, Politics, Media and Judiciary of Massachusetts drawn from major news organizations as well as specialized publications selected by widely acclaimed and highly experienced editor Jay Fitzgerald. Jay introduces each article in his own clever and never-boring, inimitable way. Go to: www.massterlist.com/subscribe Type in your email address and in 15 seconds you will be signed up for a free subscription. With no strings attached. $43.1 BILLION FISCAL YEAR 2020 STATE BUDGET (H 4000) House 159-0, Senate 39-1, approved and sent to Gov. Charlie Baker the conference committee compromise version of a $43.1 billion fiscal 2020 state budget. Baker has ten days to sign the budget and to veto sections of it. It would then take a two-thirds vote of the House and Senate to override any vetoes. The conference committee version was hammered out after the House and Senate each approved different budgets. The package raises spending by $1.6 billion, or 4 percent over fiscal 2019. “The strategic investments that are made in this budget reflect the shared priorities of the Legislature,” said House Ways and Means Committee Chair Aaron Michlewitz (D-Boston). “By incorporating the input from our colleagues, this document has been made stronger. I am proud that key services in the areas of education, housing, homelessness and the environment will see significant funding increases in this budget.” “This consensus fiscal year 2020 budget strikes a balance between maintaining fiscal responsibility and making targeted investments that benefit our commonwealth’s economic well-being,” said Senate Ways and Means Chair Mike Rodrigues (D-Westport). “I was the sole vote against the acceptance of the conference committee report because I was concerned the report’s language on offshore wind procurement left key terms undefined,” said Sen. Mark Pacheco (D-Taunton). “I brought my concerns to the Senate floor and I hope the administration was listening. The conference committee report also did not contain language for the re-authorization of simulcasting, which will end at the close of business on July 31st. Despite my concerns about the conference committee report, however, I was proud to vote along with my colleagues unanimously in favor of enacting the budget because the citizens of Massachusetts depend on the resources it provides for public education, local aid, and countless other vital functions and services.” Beacon Hill Roll Call notes that there actually was not a roll call that was unanimous on the enactment (final approval) of the budget. Enactment was approved by a voice vote. (A “Yes” vote is for the budget. A “No” vote is against it.) Rep. Joseph McGonagle Yes Sen. Sal DiDomenico Yes AMENDMENT TO ALLOWING UNIONS TO CHARGE NON-UNION MEMBERS FOR SOME COSTS (S 2273) House 29-128, Senate 5-34, rejected Gov. Charlie Baker’s amendments to a House and Senate-passed bill that would allow public sector unions to charge non-members for the cost of some services and representation. The bill was filed as a response to the Janus v. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees 2018 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that public employees cannot be forced to pay fees or dues to a union to which he or she does not belong. Freedom of speech advocates hailed the decision while labor advocates said it was an unjust attack on unions. In his message to the Legislature, Baker said his amendments would protect the privacy rights of public employees and correct statutory inconsistencies. “Although a portion of this bill addresses issues raised in the Janus decision … other provisions in the bill go beyond what the Janus decision required,” said Baker in a message to the Legislature. “These provisions would jeopardize the privacy rights of public employees and prevent the commonwealth and public sector unions from negotiating certain terms and conditions of employment.” “The House and Senate engaged in a serious debate regarding the substance of the governor’s amendments, and ultimately decided on a bipartisan basis to overwhelmingly support language which did not include them,” said Rep. Paul Brodeur (D-Melrose). “Ensuring that we do everything we can in Massachusetts to protect workers’ rights continues to be a top priority. I’m eager to have these worker protections become law.“ “The governor tried to strike a balance,” said Paul Craney, spokesman for the Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance which was in favor of the amendments. “House and Senate leaders unfortunately didn’t want to cooperate with those who raised serious privacy concerns. We are hopeful the governor will veto the legislation, it’s the only appropriate response at this point.” (A “Yes” vote is for Baker’s amendments. A “No” vote is against them.) Rep. Joseph McGonagle No Sen. Sal DiDomenico No $1.3 BILLION FOR GREENWORKS (H 3987) House 158-0, approved and sent to the Senate the GreenWorks Bill which invests $1.3 billion in resiliency, clean energy and energy efficiency to shrink the state’s carbon footprint. The proposal establishes a $1 billion grant program for cities and towns to fund clean energy, energy efficiency and climate change measures that cut greenhouse gas emissions, fortify infrastructure and reduce municipal costs. “The GreenWorks program is going to support economic development opportunities throughout Massachusetts by helping our cities and towns adopt Massachusetts-made clean energy technology and provide jobs through green infrastructure projects,” said Rep. Smitty Pignatelli (D-Lenox), House chair of the Committee on the Environment, Natural Resources, and Agriculture. “[The bill] will help the Berkshires and our entire commonwealth save money and leave more resources for other priorities such as schools, first responders, roads and bridges.” "GreenWorks was meant to be, and is, broad and very flexible,” said Rep. Tom Golden (D-Lowell), chairman of the Committee on Telecommunication, Utilities and Energy and the bill's chief sponsor “It is to allow each community to identify their problems and use GreenWorks dollars to solve their issues and their problems. "They care about their taxes, they care about their roads, they care about many things," said Rep. Ted Speliotis (D-Danvers) during the debate. "But when you ask them or when I'm asked in my district or here what are people talking about, they're talking about the changes in our climate and the effects — and all in the negative, In the last month we have been barraged to a point like never in our lifetime — people fearful of going to the beaches, people fearful of their summer homes, they're fearful of their own property — and each and every year we spend more time recouping from the damages." (A “Yes” vote is for the bill.) Rep. Joseph McGonagle Yes BAN CHILD MARRIAGE (S 2294) Senate 39-0 approved and sent to the House a bill that would ban the marriage of anyone under the age of 18. Current law allows minors to get married if they have parental consent. "It's a good day in Massachusetts,” said Fraidy Reiss, Founder and Executive Director of Unchained At Last–the group behind the ban. The Legislature just moved one step closer to eliminating a human rights abuse that destroys girls' lives." During the debate, the bill’s sponsor Sen. Harriette Chandler (D-Worcester) said that the Legislature has the power to stop child marriages in the Bay State. She noted that Delaware and New Jersey passed similar legislation last year, making them the first states in the nation to completely ban child marriage. She noted that means that Massachusetts still has the chance to be on the forefront of justice. “Unfortunately, 1,231 underage youth were married in Massachusetts between the years 2000 and 2016,” said the bill’s sponsor Sen. Harriette Chandler (D-Worcester). “This is a problem, because young people who marry under the age of eighteen are not afforded the tools to protect themselves or to remove themselves from an abusive relationship or a forced marriage. (A Yes” vote is for the bill.) Sen. Sal DiDomenico Yes MUST UPDATE DATABASE OF MEDICAL PROVIDERS (S 2295) Senate 39-0 approved and sent to the House legislation designed to make it easier for patients to access health care, both behavioral and physical, by requiring health insurance companies to do monthly updates of their provider databases which tell patients which doctors and other medical resources are available to them. "Many families and individuals seeking health care are unable to find a provider that meets their needs because of outdated and unclear provider directories," said Sen. Jason Lewis (D-Winchester), the sponsor of the proposal. "Accurate provider directories are critical to improving access to timely and appropriate care to reduce disparities, to improve health outcomes and to decrease unnecessary utilization of emergency and inpatient care. We are proud that the Senate took this important step forward today." (A “Yes” vote is for the bill.) Sen. Sal DiDomenico Yes HOW LONG WEEK'S SESSION? Beacon Hill Roll Call tracks the length of time that the House and Senate were in session each week. Many legislators say that legislative sessions are only one aspect of the Legislature's job and that a lot of important work is done outside of the House and Senate chambers. They note that their jobs also involve committee work, research, constituent work and other matters that are important to their districts. Critics say that the Legislature does not meet regularly or long enough to debate and vote in public view on the thousands of pieces of legislation that have been filed. They note that the infrequency and brief length of sessions are misguided and lead to irresponsible late-night sessions and a mad rush to act on dozens of bills in the days immediately preceding the end of an annual session. During the week of July 22-16, the House met for a total of seven hours and 25 minutes while the Senate met for a total of eight hours and 21 minutes. Mon. July 22 House 11:02 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Senate 11:04 a.m. to 4:59 p.m. Tues. July 23 House 11:01 a.m. to 11:06 a.m. Wed. July 24 House 11:08 a.m. to 4:36 p.m. No Senate session No Senate session Thurs. July 25 House 11:06 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. Senate 1:04 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Fri. July 26 No House session Bob Katzen welcomes feedback at bob@beaconhillrollcall.com No Senate session Savvy Senior Finding an Alternative to AARP Dear Savvy Senior, Can you recommend any conservative membership organizations for older adults that offer discounts too? AARP is way too liberal for my liking. Discount Seeking Conservative Dear Conservative, There are actually quite a few senior advocacy organizations out there promoting themselves as conservative alternatives to AARP, and many of them offer membership benefit too. Here’s what you should know. Anti-AARP While AARP, with a membership of around 38 million, is by far the biggest and most powerful advocacy group for people age 50 and older, there are millions of older Americans that don’t like or agree with their stance on various issues. Many believe AARP leans too far to the left despite its stated nonpartisan nature. For seniors that disagree with AARP, there are other conservative leaning groups that you can join that may better represent your views. And, many of them offer their members discounts on things like travel, insurance, healthcare and more. Here are several to check into. 60 Plus: American Association of Senior Citizens (60plus.org): Established in 1992, this nonprofit group was founded to lobby for issues it holds dear, namely free enterprise, fewer taxes and less Government. Their main priority is to end the federal estate tax and preserve social security. Membership fees run $12, $24 or $48 per year, or $299 for a lifetime membership. They also offer a bevy of discounts on travel and entertainment, cable, Internet and satellite services, dental, vision and hearing packages, roadside assistance and more. American Seniors Association (AmericanSeniors.org): Founded in 2005 for people age 50 and older, this conservative organization is built on five foundations, which includes rebuilding national values, Social Security reform, Medicare reform, tax code reform and control of government overspending. Fees to join run $15 for one year, $25 for two or $35 for three years, and members receive access to a variety of benefit on travel, home and auto insurance, security services, health and wellness (medical, dental, vision and hearing) and more. Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC.us): With more than one million members, this organization was started in 2007 for people 50 and older. Their mission is to help seniors fight high taxes, reduce excessive government involvement in our day-today lives, and preserve American values. They also offer a host of benefits on home, health and auto insurance, travel, vision and dental care, prescription drugs, retail savings, roadside assistance and more. Membership fees run $16 per year, or less if you join for multiple years. The Seniors Coalition (Senior.org): Founded in 1990, this conservative public advocacy group claims to have around four million supporters. Their key issues are to protect Social Security benefits, stop Social Security payments to illegal aliens from Mexico, eliminate the death tax, and reform the Social Security COLA system. TSC offers very few membership benefits. Annual fees run $10 for one person per, or $13 per couple and you can join at any age. Some other senior membership organizations to consider that offer discounts include the non-for-profit American Senior Benefits Association (ASBAonline.org), and the conservative leaning National Association of Conservative Seniors (NAOCS.us), and Christian Seniors Association (CSAbenefits.site-ym.com). Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit SavvySenior.org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of “The Savvy Senior” book.

Page 18 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, August 2, 2019 OBITUARIES Maryann Rindone (Mietus) proud of her Polish Heritage. She was the loving wife of John C. Rindone for the last 25 years. Maryann was the sister of Alfred T. Mietus of Everett and the late Paul Mietus. Maryann was the step-mother of John W. Rindone and James Barker of Medford and Jason Barker of Revere. Donations in Maryann’s memory may be made to the Alle Shea Project c/o Collazo 138 Clark Ave. Rochester, N.Y. 14609. Michael Annese, Jr. Of Everett passed away on July 26 at the Kaplan House in Danvers at the age of 64. Maryann was born in New Bedford on May 11, 1955 one of three children of the late Alfred E. Mietus and Mary (Pokornicki) Mietus. Mary Ann lived in New Bedford and Fairhaven before moving to the Boston area many years ago. Maryann taught for over 30 years in local parochial schools, including Our Lady of Grace in Everett and St. Stanislaus in Chelsea, where she also served as vice-principal. She was currently employed by the Everett Public Schools and she worked at the Madeline English School. Maryann loved to travel and visited many states from coast to coast as well as Alaska and Hawaii. Maryann was especially Of Everett, on July 24. Son of the late Michael and Josephine (Cassara). Brother of Patricia Forgione of Lynnfield and the late Beverly. Also survived by nephew Steven Forgione and his wife Lynne of Lynnfield and niece Charlene Conway and her husband Michael of North Reading and four grandnephews, Michael, Nicholas, Matthew and Jake. A Private Family Service is planned for next week. In Michael's memory, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, PO Box 22478, Oklahoma City, OK 73123. Daniel K. LeFave 67, of Gilford, NH and formerly of Everett, died in the comfort and familiarity of his own home Saturday, July 27, 2019, following a brief illness. He was surrounded by loving family. Daniel was born in Everett on June 3, 1952 to Daniel L. and Dorothy (O'Neil) LeFave. He attended Everett High School where he met his high school sweetheart, Gail D'Andrea. The two were married in 1975 and they shared 50 wonderful years together. They lived much of their life in Peabody until moving to NH in 2015. Daniel was a proud veteran, serving his country with the US Army. Though he held many different jobs throughout his life, he is remembered by many as the former owner of PEPCO in Middleton. Daniel was a loving husband and devoted friend to many. He possessed a wonderful sense of humor that many would describe as dry, sarcastic, and curmudgeonly, and he was overheard cracking jokes at his hospice nurse's expense into his final days. Of the many roles Daniel played in life, his favorite above all others was that of family man. He was proud of his strong and enduring marriage and the beautiful daughter it produced, and he cherished every moment he was able to spend with his grandson. Daniel is survived by his mother, Dorothy LeFave; his adoring wife, Gail LeFave; and his daughter, Meredith and her partner, Rich. He was a doting grandfather to Erik; brother to Dorothy O'Hagan and her husband Joe, Doreen Ellis and her husband Peter, and Donna Arsenault and her late husband Ed; and brother-in-law to Linda and Stephen O'Leary, and Robyn and Mark Bishop. He also leaves behind several nieces, nephews, extended family members, and many dear friends. Flowers are welcome, but those who choose may send donations to GarySiniseFoundation.org. • Burials • Cremations • Pre-Arrangements • Serving the Greater Boston and North Shore regions for over 250 years! It is our purpose to give thoughtful service, and if in so doing, we have helped to lighten your burden, our goal has been accomplished. We sincerely hope that our service will be deserving of your confidence and wish to offer our continued friendship. 331 Main Street, Everett, MA 02149 Valet Parking Available (617) 387-4180 www.roccofuneralhomes.com

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Page 22 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, August 2, 2019 Environment Committee moves forward with Sewage Notification Bill B OSTON – The State Legislature has taken its first step to move forward a bill that would require public notice in the event of sewage discharges into waterways. The legislation, sponsored by State Sen. Pat Jehlen (D-Somerville) as well as State Reps. Linda Dean Campbell (D-Methuen) Denise Provost (D-Somerville), received a favorable vote on Wednesday from the Joint Committee on Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture; the first threshold the bill must pass to become law. The bill’s advancement this early in the two-year legislative session is an indicator of strong interest among lawmakers and Committee leadership. The bill, H.3976, would require sewage system operators to issue a public advisory within two hours of a sewage discharge and every eight hours thereafter until the discharge has ended. A final advisory would be required within two hours of the conclusion of the discharge. The advisories would be made available online; sent via email or text message to subscribed members of the public; submitted to the two largest local news organizations; and distributed to local boards of health, municipal officials, the state Department of Public Health, and the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). Sewage discharges often occur during heavy storms in communities whose wastewater and storm water drainage systems are combined. When storm water floods the system, overflow channels carry excess rain and sewage directly into nearby waterways. The resulting discharges, known as combined sewer overflows or CSOs, carry harmful pathogens such as fecal coliform and bacteria that can cause dysentery, hepatitis, and other gastrointestinal diseases. CSOs also cause algae blooms, which can be toxic to people and deprive water bodies of oxygen, killing fish and other marine life. For residents who use the river for boating and swimming, the risk of exposure is particularly high. “I’m happy to see more and more people kayaking, paddle boarding, and canoeing on the Mystic, even jumping in,” Jehlen. “We need to know when there’s been a CSO discharge, to avoid getting sick from exposure to raw sewage. That’s why it’s important to pass this bill.” Massachusetts currently discharges the most sewage of any state in New England. In 2018, outfalls along the state’s major rivers and waterbodies discharged an estimated 3.4 billion gallons of sewage. According to DEP, five sewage treatment systems along the 117-mile Merrimack River reported hundreds of discharges totaling more than 800 million gallons of sewage. As climate change increases the frequency of severe storms, these figures may climb in coming years. “This legislation is the first step, and an important one, in the process of eliminating CSOs,” said Campbell. “State government has a responsibility to ensure residents are notified in a timely manner of sewage discharges so that they can avoid serious health repercussions. It is encouraging that sewage system operators are proactively supporting notification and are committed to public notification. It is also encouraging that Congresswoman Lori Trahan has made infrastructure upgrades to our systems a priority, with the aim of discharge prevention. Notification will bring needed attention to this issue as we move incrementally towards upgrading infrastructure.” Under existing state law, publicly regulated sewage treatment systems are required to notify DEP immediately after a sewage discharge and no later than 24 hours. Exactly who is notified after that varies depending on state and federal permits, but residents and local public officials very rarely make the notification list. In addition to requiring public advisories, the legislation directs sewage system operators to work with DEP to install metering equipment to detect and measure discharges. Operators would also need to install signage at overflow locations and public access points to waterways, such as boat ramps and swimming areas, to inform the public of the health risks of CSOs and to provide instructions on how to subscribe for the public advisories. “A few weeks after my election to the House in 2006, constituents took me on a tour of sewage outfalls in Alewife Brook and the Mystic River,” said Provost. “A couple of months later, a student visiting my office told me that when rowing for the Somerville High School Crew Team, he sometimes saw what he thought was human waste floating in the river, and wanted to know if that was possible. When I told him that it was, he wanted to know what I was going to do about it. I've always remembered these experiences, and I'm grateful that the legislature seems prepared to do something to help our people avoid direct contact with raw sewage in our rivers and lakes.” Gabby Queenan, Policy Director at the Massachusetts Rivers Alliance, said the state's current notification rules are inadequate. “This problem of antiquated water infrastructure that causes these sewage overflows is an issue across the nation. However, in Massachusetts, we have fallen particularly far behind our colleagues in other states when it comes to addressing the public health issues associated with this infrastructure. In 14 other states, the public is provided a notification whenever there is a sewage spill in a public water body. But there is currently no statewide general public notification requirement for Massachusetts.” House and Senate versions of the bill are backed by more than 80 lawmakers, with strong bi-partisan support. The legislation has now been referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means, where it will undergo further analysis as it awaits a vote on the House floor. BUYER1 Patel, Vishnu REAL ESTATE TRANSAC TIONS SELLER1 BUYER2 Kenney, Anysia A Wiggins, Christopher Reveil, Rose Chui, Kinsang Tavarez, Pedro Bermudez, Danny N E W OPEN HOUSE - 12-1:30 PM - 21 Bradford Road, West Lynn - 2 homes from Lynnfield line. Gorgeous 3 bedroom 2 1/2 Colonial with 2 car garage. Must see to believe!............................$579,900 53 Jackson St. Saugus (781) 813-3325 PEABODY - 4 finished levels along with each bath welcomes new owner. The lvng rm with granite floors incl. inviting fireplace, cath. ceiling, and dbl. doors leading to an ext. deck. 3rd level has 2 lge. bdrms with full bath incl. jacuzzi - 4 baths makes this home very comfortable! Roof 10 yrs. old, new windows, 2 sep. driveways, fenced level yard, & more. Mins. to Malls, Major Rtes. & Trans. 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