Page 12 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE - Friday, February 1, 2019 LAWS | FROM PAGE 4 plaint with the Malden City Council which would set in motion a mandatory review by both the body and the Attorney General’s Offi ce. On January 11, 2019, I submitted the formal Open Meeting Law complaint to Malden’s City Clerk Thomas Brennan and the City Council President Jadeane Sica. As a direct result of these actions, the Malden City Council has moved towards developing a set of standard operating procedures for the timely review, approval, and release of executive session meeting minutes and records. Something that has languished for over three years has seen rapid action in just three business days. Now while some may disagree with the approach used to address the identifi ed problem, the fact that the City Council began taking steps to address the Open Meeting Law complaint within three business days shows that the strategy was both eff ective and effi cient. Something we all want more of in government, don’t we? It is my hope that the Malden City Council will become a model of government transparency and that other public bodies operating within the City of Malden and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts also dedicate themselves to openness and accountability to the People. Onward, Ryan O’Malley City Councillor Ward Four City of Malden ~ Home of the Week ~ REVERE New quality built and designed Townhouse features 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, spacious living room open to beautiful white cabinet kitchen with stainless steel Samsung appliances, granite countertops, center island with seating, dinning area with slider to 20’ trex deck with divider for privacy from other unit owner, great open concept, master bedroom with private bath offering oversized shower with custom glass doors, desirable                    to a walk out pavers patio, professionally landscaped, located in desirable West Revere on much sought-after dead end street with picturesque views, concrete sidewalks and granite curbing. Conveniently located close to shopping, public transportation, schools and major routes. Come take a look, you will not be disappointed! Seller to provide washer and dryer as “New Home” gift to buyer! $499,900.    $499,900         View the interior of this home right on your smartphone.       ~ Obituaries ~ Anita Chan-Bovio, owner of Tasty Garden Restaurant in Everett Square nita ChanBo vio passed on January 27, 2019, surrounded by loved ones. Anita is survived by her loving husband, Peter Bovio; her mother, Lai Cheung Chan; her brothers, Alan, David, Leo, Peter and John; her sister, Ann; and her nephews and nieces, Anson, Alicia, Brian, Chris, Ryan, Daniel and Jordan. Anita’s journey brought her A from a small village in Hong Kong to Rhode Island and California, before she settled in her home in Everett. In every place she went and every life she touched, she was a pillar of strength for her loved ones and her community. Many know her as the face and founder of Tasty Garden Restaurant in Everett for nearly 30 years. Others may know her for her tireless contributions and support for the local community. As a Buddhist and member of Soka Gokkai International in Brookline, Anita lived her life on the foundation of a great principle: to be strong and help support those around us. If you were tired she would off er you her chair; if you were hungry, she would off er you the food on her plate; if you were poor, she would give you the money in her pocket. Anita traveled far and impacted many lives along the way, but her journey does not end with her passing. She will be memorialized in a private ceremony with immediate family. In lieu of tears, Anita would ask you to stand powerfully and support those around you. In lieu of fl owers, she would ask you to create a positive impact for another. Please send donations to a foundation of your choice in her name. Her funeral services will be private. FOR RENT EVERETT - Main Street 4 Bedroom House Living room, dining room, eat-in kitchen, Full Appliances - DELEADED First-Last-Security deposit $2400.mo * 978-210-2990

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