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Page 2 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, April 5, 2019 Congresswoman Clark announces open submission for annual art competition Student winner will have art displayed in U.S. Capitol! W ashington, D.C. – Each spring the Congressional Institute sponsors a nationwide high school visual art competition to recognize and encourage artistic talent in the nation and in each congressional district. Since the competition began in 1982, more than 650,000 high school students AUTOTECH 1989 SINCE Is your vehicle ready for the Spring Season?!! AC SPECIAL Recharge your vehicle's AC for the warm weather! Includes up to 1 IL. of Refrigerant* (*Most Vehicles) Only $59.95 DRIVE IT - PUSH IT - TOW IT! CASH FOR YOUR CAR, TRUCK OR SUV! 2005 FORD MUSTANG 2010 HYUNDAI SANTE FE y, One Ow Six Cylinder, Automatic, Most Power Options, One Owner, Clean Title, Just Serviced, only 130K Miles PRICED TO SELL! $5,995 Easy Financing Available! V6, Automatic Transmission, Loaded Power Options, Leather Interior, Just Serviced, Warranty, Only 98K Miles! A CLASSIC BEAUTY $5,995 781-321-8841 1236 Eastern Ave • Malden EddiesAutotech.com We Pay Cash For Your Vehicle! 8 Norwood St. Everett (617) 387-9810 www.eight10barandgrille.com Kitchen Hours: Mon-Thurs: 12-10pm Fri-Sat: 12-11pm Sunday: 1pm-10pm $10 LUNCH Menu! Come in & Enjoy our Famous... Choose from 16 Items! Served Monday thru Friday until 3:30 PM Grilled Rib Eye Steak! Only $22.00 includes Two Sides Every Friday FRESH HADDOCK DINNER Prepared Your Way! Includes two sides For great advertising rates: JMitchell@advocatenews.net The winning 2018 portrait by Winchester student Matt Jens have participated. U.S. Congresswoman Katherine Clark welcomes students from the 5th District to submit entries to her offi ce, and a panel of district artists will select the winning entry. Winners are recognized both in the district and at an annual awards ceremony in Washington, D.C. The winning works are displayed for one year at the U.S. Capitol! (The competition is open to high school students only. Exceptions may be made for schools that have 7th through 12th grades on one campus.) Artwork must be two-dimensional. Each framed artwork can be no larger than 26`` x 26`` x 4`` (26 inches high, 26 inches wide and 4 inches deep). If your artwork is selected as the winning piece, it must arrive framed and must still measure no larger than the above maximum dimensions. No framed piece should weigh more than 15 pounds. Public and private high school students in the 5th district are encouraged to participate in this year’s Congressional Art Competition hosted by Congresswoman Clark. Accepted media for the two-dimensional artwork: • Paintings: oil, acrylics, watercolor, etc. • Drawings: colored pencil, pencil, ink, marker, pastels, charcoal (It is recommended that charcoal and pastel drawings be fi xed.) • Collages: must be two-dimensional • Prints: lithographs, silkscreen, block prints • Mixed media: use of more than two media, such as pencil, ink, watercolor, etc. • Computer-generated art • Photographs The winner will have his or her original artwork displayed in the United States Capitol for the following year. To apply, original artwork with all required forms and a completed checklist should be submitted by Monday, April 22, 2019, at 5:30 p.m. to the District Offi ce of Congresswoman Katherine Clark, 157 Pleasant St, Suite 4, Malden, MA 02148.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, April 5, 2019 Page 3 City mourns loss of Robert “Bob” Cataldo R obert Cataldo passed away on March 31, 2019, following a courageous battle with leukemia. Robert “Bob” was born and raised in Everett, Mass., the only son of Sabino and Mary Lou Cataldo. He was one of three children and grew up in a very modest area of Everett along with his sisters, Francine and Donna. Robert was never afraid to share stories of his challenging youth days and remembered fondly “growing up on the line,” a reference to the neighborhood’s close proximity to nearby Chelsea; it was a place where being tough was a necessity. By all accounts, Bob rose to the challenges of the neighborhood and learned many hard life lessons along the way. Although he was quite streetsmart, he was not particularly interested in academics. He chose to enroll in the local vocational high school, and there he found his strong mechanical abilities. In 1958, Bob met Diana Della Piana of Malden; ironically, the two chose to drag race each other down Revere Beach Parkway. As fate would have it, Diana won the race but Bob won Diana’s Robert “Bob” D. Cataldo heart. Bob always joked that Diana had a big V8 and he had a total “crap box.” Bob joined the United States Air Force in 1959, and the couple eventually married in 1963. Shortly thereafter, Bob and Diana moved to Murphysboro, Tenn. The couple remained there until Bob was honorably discharged in 1965. Bobs maintained the passion for the U.S. Armed Services and garnered the deepest respect for those who served in defense of the Country. In 1968 the couple gave birth to their only son, Dennis, whom they named after Diana’s brother, Dennis, who had passed away in 1966 at the age of 22. In 1977, Bob started a new chapter in his life, and he did so with his lifelong partner Diana. The two opened the doors of Somerville Ambulance Service in August of that year. The company proved very challenging but was well run under their close stewardship and desire to succeed. For them, providing quality patient care and exceptional service was always the key measure of success. The company continued to grow, and eventually the name was changed to Cataldo Ambulance Service. Today, 42 years later, Cataldo Ambulance is well known and recognized as an industry leader in providing all levels of medical transportation. Bob had an engaging personality. He loved life and wanted all around him to be part of it. He truly enjoyed spending time with people, and he cherished the opportunity to assist others. He was a longtime member and Past President of Kiwanis Club International. He was engaged in many community initiatives, and he served on the Board for a number of local institutions. Later in life, he was able to rekindle his passion for the military and he became a proud member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. Bob enjoyed being out on the water; he was a proud boat owner and member of the Winter Hill Yacht Club in Somerville. Bob was an avid golfer and longtime member of Bellevue Country Club in Melrose. Bob enjoyed spending time with his entire family. He and Diana, who was always by his side, were frequently around to visit and enjoy the family. He was a remarkable man, always available to lend a hand or assist the family in any way he could. He and Dennis had a great relationship, and Bob was very proud of his son, something he never missed an opportunity to express to anyone who would listen. Bob was always at the ready to do any activity with Christine, Dennis and the boys. He was the very proud Papa to Brady, Ryan and Tyler; he loved his grandsons so very much. He enjoyed spending time with the three boys and relished the opportunity to tell them stories or talk with them about any facet of life. He was a father fi gure to his niece, Niki, and her husband, Frank, along with their two boys, Grayson and Cooper. More than all else, Bob was a devoted and caring husband. He and Diana spent 60 years together, married for 56 years of them. They spent time in Florida and traveled frequently to a number of their favorite places. As husband and wife they wrote a storybook tale – as business partners they lived the American dream. You deserve more than a job. You deserve an Encore. Encore Boston Harbor is hiring. Explore thousands of fulfilling careers. You deserve an Encore. Founder of Cataldo Ambulance Service As a husband, parent, grandparent, relative and friend, Bob will long be remembered as a true friend and one really great guy. Bob was the beloved husband of Diana M. (Della Piana) Cataldo. He was the loving father of Dennis Cataldo and his wife, Christine, of Lynnfi eld. Bob was the cherished grandfather of Brady, Ryan and Tyler Cataldo. He was the dear uncle of Niki Salamone and her husband, Frank, and their children, Grayson and Cooper. Bob was the brother of Francine Cataldo of Revere and Donna Shields of Malden. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews. The funeral will be held from the A. J. Spadafora Funeral Home (865 Main St. in Malden) on Friday, April 5 at 9:00 a.m. followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Joseph’s Church (770 Salem St. in Malden) at 10:00 a.m. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours will be held at the funeral home on Thursday from 3-8 p.m. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery in Everett. In lieu of fl owers contributions in Bob’s memory may be made to the Massachusetts General Cancer Center – giving.massgeneral.org. In accordance with our host and surrounding community agreements, hiring preference is given to properly qualified residents of the cities of (1) Everett, (2) Malden, and (3) Boston, Cambridge, Chelsea, Medford, and Somerville.

Page 4 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, April 5, 2019 Mystic Valley Elder Services hosts annual Legislative Briefi ng Legislative priorities relating to older adults hot topics of discussion ystic Valley Elder Services (MVES) recently hosted its annual legislative briefi ng at its M Visit Our Newly Expanded Facility. We will beat competitors pricing! (Restrictions apply.) 222 Central St. Saugus, MA 01906 (Next to Saugus Iron Works) 781-231-5990 2FREE ND MONTH on 10x10 units No administration fees. 200 new units available.        New Customer Specials Offer valid at 222 Central Storage. Must present coupon. Cannot be combined with other offers. Expires 6/12/19. www.222centralstorage.com FREE with Rental LOCK headquarters (300 Commercial St. in Malden). MVES Board President Kathleen Beaulieu and Chief Executive Officer Daniel O’Leary were joined by legislative cohosts State Senator Patricia Jehlen and State Representative Christine Barber to speak to a standingroom-only crowd of local legislators, town offi cials and MVES board members and staff . O’Leary and the legislators      addressed three priority legislative bills that affect older people: the “Enough Pay to Stay” initiative to increase funding for the direct home care workforce; the expansion of the home care program to more eff ectively address behavioral and mental health issues; and the push for an extension of the home care “midMVES annual Legislative Briefi ng: from right to left are State Representatives Paul Brodeur, Joseph McGonagle, Michael Day, Donald Wong and RoseLee Vincent, State Senators Patricia Jehlen, Sal DiDomenico and Jason Lewis and Mystic Valley Elder Services (MVES) CEO Daniel O’Leary. (Courtesy Photos) dle income” pilot program. He also outlined budget priorities for fi scal year 2020, which include supporting Supplespoke on the passion she has for her job and her clients but also explained the challenges she faces, such as low wages,     •   •   •          Shown from right to left are State Senator Sal DiDomenico, MVES Board of Directors Members Carolyn Lightburn, Jon Norton and Dorothy Martin-Long, and State Representative Joseph McGonagle.                                                                                       mental Budget Language for Home Care Network Technology Trust, supporting Funding for the Elderly Nutrition Program, including Meals on Wheels and Congregate Dining, and expanding Funding for Elder Supportive Housing. State Senators Jason Lewis and Sal DiDomenico and State Representatives Paul Brodeur, Michael Day, Paul Donato, Joseph McGonagle, RoseLee Vincent and Donald Wong participated in the event along with staff from the offi ces of State Senator Bruce Tarr and State Representatives Bradley Jones and Stephen Ultrino. Medford Mayor Stephanie Burke, Melrose Mayor Gail Infurna, Chelsea City Manager Thomas Ambrosino and North Reading Town Administrator Michael Gilleberto also attended. Joining the program this year were two special guest speakers: Lionette Jasmin, a resident of Everett and home health aide with Associated Home Care; and MVES client Carole Nolan, from Malden. Jasmin, who has been a home health aide for 30 years, long hours and lack of training. She cares deeply for the well-being of her clients but needs to work two jobs and long hours seven days a week to try to make ends meet. The fi nancial burden Jasmin faces creates a lot of stress. Jasmin has noticed that the burden of care for home health aides has demonstrably increased over the years. “Reliance on home health aides is growing, and there seems to be little progress on improving wages, training or career prospects,” she said. Nolan, the second guest speaker, shared her inspirational story. Nolan has lived in the same apartment for 27 years and is grateful to still live independently in the community she loves. Some years ago, she suff ered from an acute attack of depression, which resulted in her being in bed for three weeks. Concerned about her onset of depression, Nolan approached the MVES Residential Services Coordinator (RSC) at her building. Realizing Nolan’s diffi culty, the RSC referred her to Amy Foreman, a Reserve your unit NOW!

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, April 5, 2019 Page 5 clinical caseworker in the Clinical Programs Department at MVES. Foreman, with Nolan’s permission, enrolled her into the Mobile Mental Health program, a program in which clinical caseworkers provide outreach to older adults experiencing mental health conditions that impact their functioning and ability to meet life’s daily challenges. Since Nolan has been enrolled in the program, her bouts of depression have declined. Nolan really likes that her counselor comes to her home once a week as part of the program. “It is much better now that my counselor comes to During Mystic Valley Elder Services’ annual Legislative Briefi ng, MVES CEO Daniel O’Leary and guest speaker Carole Nolan of Malden discussed the services Nolan receives from MVES. me. I rely on a cane now and cannot walk long distances so it works out great. I don’t have to travel as much and feel more relaxed in the setting of my own home,” she stated. Concluding the program, Carole Nolan of Malden was a guest speaker at Mystic Valley Elder Services’ annual Legislative Briefi ng. O’Leary thanked those in attendance: “Each year, when we host this breakfast, I’m reminded of how fortunate we are to have representatives on Beacon Hill who truly understand the importance of home care services and behavioral and mental health issues and support our programs throughout the year.” Sen. Lewis, Legislature fund family planning services T he Massachusetts House of Representatives and the State Senate recently voted to allocate $8 million in funding for family planning clinics in the Commonwealth to off set potential cuts to the federal Title X program proposed by the Trump administration. Title X is a federal grant program which prioritizes the needs of low-income families or uninsured people (including those who are not eligible for Medicaid) who might not otherwise have access to family planning and preventative health services. Under a recent proposal, the federal government is planning to withhold Title X funding for any Massachusetts family planning clinic which counsels individuals on abortion as an option or provides abortion as one of its services. Family planning clinics off er a variety of services, including contraceptives, screenings for cancer and sexually transmitted illnesses, and specialized family planning care. The funding bill passed in the Massachusetts House of Representatives on Wednesday in a bipartisan 139-14 vote, and the State Senate gave its approbation on Thursday. “I applaud my colleagues in both the House and the Senate for providing state dollars to fi ll the gap that will be left by the Trump administration’s misguided attempt to defund family planning services,” said State Senator Jason Lewis. “Massachusetts residents have a fundamental right to access all family planning services as part of their reproductive health care, and the legislature remains committed to ensuring access to those services.” On March 29, Governor Charlie Baker signed the bill to provide $8 million for family planning clinics, allowing the state to off set possible reductions and help preserve services provided to 80,000 Massachusetts families. Realize Your Dream Habitat is accepting applications for 2 homes in Malden Eligibility: • Low income (50-80% of Area Median Income) • Ability to pay an affordable mortgage • Need for housing • Willingness to partner with Habitat • Other eligibility requirements Application Deadline: 5pm, April 8, 2019 Visit habitatboston.org/apply for an application To request an application by email: familyselection@habitatboston.org To request an application by phone: 617-423-2223 Use and resale restrictions apply. Occupancy standards apply. Selection by lottery. Preference for residents of Malden. The Ultimate Kenny Chesney Tribute Experience! 221 Newbury Street, Danvers For Tickets call (978) 774-7270 or www.breakawaydanvers.com The Ultimate Rolling Stones Tribute IN THE MUSIC HALL Friday, April 26 NO SHOES NATION IN THE MUSIC HALL Friday, April 19 BACK TO THE 80'S EXCLUSIVE AREA APPEARANCE! Saturday, April 20 THE BLUSHING BRIDES J& S LANDSCAPE & MASONRY CO. MULCH SALE! Discount Spring Special PICK-UP or DELIVERY AVAILABLE 617-389-1490 Premium Hemlock or Pitch Black BELOW WHOLESALE COSTS LANDSCAPERS WELCOME $4 yd. $3 yd.                                             dine drink gather enjoy THE NORTH SHORE'S HOTTEST NIGHTCLUB! IN THE MUSIC HALL Friday, April 5 HIGHWAY SOULS EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENT Saturday, April 6  IN THE MUSIC HALL Friday, April 12 FUNBUCKET Saturday, April 13 The Ultimate AD/DC Experience DIRTY DEEDS  

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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, April 5, 2019 Page 7 Sen. Lewis accepting applications for summer 2019 State House internships S tate Senator Jason Lewis is looking for civic-minded individuals interested in a summer internship in his State House office. Senator Lewis proudly represents the people of the Fifth Middlesex District of Massachusetts, which includes the cities and towns of Malden, Melrose, Reading, Stoneham, Wakefi eld and parts of Winchester. He currently serves as the Senate Chair of the Joint Committee on Education, and he has been a leader in shaping public policy on a range of issues important to his district, region and the state, including education, healthcare, and economic opportunity for all. Interns will have the unique opportunity to experience policymaking, politics and government from the inside. Although unpaid, interns will obtain meaningful experience by witnessing and participating in the day-to-day functioning of a State Senate offi ce. Interns will report mainly to Constituent Affairs Director Lizzi Tran, and they will be responsible for assisting with a variety of tasks, ranging from constituent correspondence to legislative research to database management to communications and social media projects. In addition, interns will have the opportunity to attend events, hearings and meetings in the State House. Interns in Senator Lewis’s offi ce will gain the satisfaction of serving the Commonwealth and will be able to add valuable experience to their resume. Interns must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, a high level of attention to detail, and good overall professionalism. Candidates must also be comfortable with Microsoft Offi ce, Google applications, and major social media platforms. Preference will be given to college students and young adults, but high school students will also be considered. Applications from the Fifth Middlesex District are strongly encouraged. Summer internships generally span from May to August. Hours are negotiable, ranging from 10-14 hours per week. Candidates with a particular interest in communications, public relations, graphic design, video production or social media should indicate so in their application. CandiSecond Annual Frank Mastrocola Bocce Tournament – Sat., June 1 Winner’s Trophy named in memory of a beloved member, Ersilia Matarazzo he Everett Kiwanis Club once again is proud to announce the Second Annual Frank Mastrocola Bocce Tournament to be held Saturday, June 1 at the Italian-American Club on Pearl Street in Malden. Twelve teams will compete for the fi rst-place prize of the Cup and $1,000; as well as a secT ond-place prize of $450. The Winners Trophy will now and forever be known as Ersilia’s Cup, in memory of our beloved member Ersilia Cataldo Matarazzo. Your participation supports Everett Kiwanis’ $10,000 in Kiwanis scholarships and charities. Calling all teams, sponsors and raffl e donations Malden Cannabis Licensing and Enforcement Commission accepting applications T he City of Malden’s Cannabis Licensing and Enforcement Commission (CLEC) is currently accepting applications from marijuana establishments that have an intention to open and operate a cannabis business in Malden. The CLEC and the City of Malden have designed a licensing process with the goal of licensing only those operations that will operate businesses that meet the highest of standards. Licenses available to be issued include Independent Testing Laboratory, Marijuana Cultivator, Marijuana Product Manufacturer, Marijuana Research Facility, and Marijuana Retailer. A maximum of fi ve retail licenses will be issued. All applicants are strongly encouraged to review the CLEC documents related to licensing by visiting www.cityofmalden.org/cannabis. 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Page 8 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, April 5, 2019 City Seeks Resident Member for Cannabis Licensing and Enforcement Commission T his City Council is reaching out to Malden residents to fi ll its resident member seat on the Cannabis Licensing and Enforcement Commission (CLEC). The five-member Commission operates under the City of Malden Revised Ordinances of 1991, Section 6.49 and serves as the local licensing authority for Grand Opening! Wood Fired Pizzeria View our Full Menu Online Buy One Pizza/Get 2nd Pizza FREE! (Monday & Tuesdays/Dine-in or Pick-up Only) 1268 Broadway, Rte. 1 North, Saugus (781) 558-5353 * www.famigliafoornaciari.com Open Daily: 11:30-10:00 PM Marijuana Establishments within the City of Malden. The CLEC shall enforce the provisions of Marijuana Establishment Licenses, including but not limited those items contained in 935 CMR 500, contained within the Special Permit and the host community agreement and any rules and regulations promulgated by the CLEC. Members of the CLEC shall not be employed by, be hired by, own or otherwise benefi t directly or indirectly from the growing, distribution or sale of Marijuana. Additional information may be found at www.cityofmalden. org/cannabis. Prospective members must be a resident of the City of Malden and have been so for the preceding two years. CLEC members serve a term of three years. The CLEC meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 5 PM in the auditorium of the Malden Senior Center, 7 Washington Street. No individual who has been convicted of a felony and/or who has been convicted of distribution of controlled substances to a minor in any jurisdiction shall be eligible for appointment. Interested parties should send a letter of interest and a resume to Lisa Cagno, Clerk of Committees at lcagno@ cityofmalden.org or by delivery to the City Council Offi ce, 110 Pleasant Street, 3rd Floor. The deadline for accepting applications is Noon on Wednesday, April 17th. Library Art Night: new works/new acquisitions – Frank Stella and more D “AFCNS is an incredibly important part of our lives. Not only are they a strong support system, but we had no idea we could get paid for the caregiving we provide our son every day” Linda and Jim, Caregivers to son, Derek 978-281-2612 AdultFosterCareNS.com Celebrating 18 Years S id you know the Malden Public Library has acquired several exciting new works of art in the last few months? On Wednesday, April 17, explore these amazing artworks and the beautiful 1885 Converse Memorial Building. The curated tour will include new acquisitions by artists Frank Stella, Stanley Woodward, Marguerite Pearson, Nicole Wittenberg and more. The tour will begin promptly at 6 p.m. The event is free but limited to 25. Register by calling 781-324-0218. Sen. Lewis announces offi ce hours tate Senator Jason Lewis will host his monthly open offi ce hours on Friday, April 12 from 10:00-11:00 a.m. at the Malden Senior Center (7 Washington St., Malden, Mass.). All residents are encouraged to drop in to speak with Senator Lewis and raise any concerns that they would like. Those who are unable to attend should feel free to contact Senator Lewis’s offi ce at (617) 722-1206 to arrange a meeting. SKATING CENTER www.Roller-World.com | 781-231-1111 ATM on site Friday, April 5 at 8 PM Singer/Guitarist DAVID MACK Saturday, April 6 at 8 PM DJ LOGIK Dance to all the Hits of Yesterday and Today! MONDAY'S SHUCK! $1.00 Oysters Book Your Special Events With Us! Call 781-629-3798 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 Located adjacent to Honey Baked Ham in Saugus Plaza, South Bound Route 1 MBTA Bus Route 429 FREE WI-FI - 2 WIDE SCREEN TV’S FULLY AIR CONDITIONED Fall-Winter Skating Schedule ATTENTION! Sunday Monday Tuesday 12-8 p.m. $7.50 Private Parties 7:30-10:30 p.m. $8.50 Adult Night Friday Saturday Wednesday & Thursday 3-11 p.m. $7.50 Private Parties Admission after 6 p.m. $8.50 12-11 p.m. $7.50 Admission after 6 p.m. $8.50 Inline Skate Rentals $3 - additional Roller skate rentals included in all prices. Birthday & Private Parties Available School & PTO GROUPS Win a trip for 2 to Las Vegas Bellagio Hotel Jet Blue Air 5 days / 4 nights Your school PTO can         for your group. Call for details. BIRTHDAY PARTIES $11.50/Person, min. of 10 kids. Price includes Adm. + Roller Skates. Cake, soda, paper goods, 20 tokens for birthday person plus 100 Redemption Tickets and a gift from Roller World. in one of our private BP Rooms. NOW OPEN!

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Page 10 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, April 5, 2019 Health offi cials report a surge in underage vaping By Barbara Taormina M alden is pushing back against a growing trend of teen vaping with information, enforcement and support for tighter regulations. Earlier this year State Senator Jason Lewis and Maureen Buzby, a regional tobacco coordinator with the Mystic Valley Public Health Coalition, led a panel discussion about e-cigarettes and vaping at Malden High. Buzby has also been leading workshops on vaping with parents, teachers and school staff , and this week she and Board of Health member D.J. Wilson spoke to the City Council about what is being described as an epidemic of vaping among teens. “In 2017, we saw rates around here of maybe 20 percent of kids vaping, but administrators are telling me it’s 40 or 50 percent or more and worse because it’s moved into middle schools,” Buzby told councillors. Wilson, who is also the tobacco control director for the Massachusetts Municipal Association, said the spike in teen vaping has been so dramatic that school superintendents have been reaching out to him for help. “We had the lowest levels of smoking, maybe 6 or 7 percent of teens, but its back at around 25 percent because of vaping,” said Wilson. Buzby said that vaping is deceptive because many kids and adults believe they are inhaling water when they are really breathing in vapor from heated oil that contains high levels of nicotine as well as harmful chemicals and tiny particles. And because nicotine levels are so high, e-cigarettes are highly addictive. Buzby said students craving nicotine are vaping in school, and even in class. Wilson and Buzby highlighted the problem with Juul, a brand of e-cigarette that looks like a fl ash drive and is available in a variety of fl avors, such as mango, cucumber and vanilla crème. “It’s a brand of e-cigarette that [is] very effi cient in its design and strength to hook a lot of kids,” said Wilson, adding that Juul’s marketing targets young people. At the start of the year, new state regulations raised the minimum age to buy tobacco and vaping products to 21 and made vaping illegal in places where traditional tobacco products are banned. But Buzby and Wilson are proposing stricter controls. In Malden, most fl avored e-cigarettes can only be sold in adult-only vape and smoke shops. However, mint and menthol e-cigarettes are still available in convenient stores and other shops that sell tobacco products. Because kids are still using the mint and menthol flavors, there is a proposal to also limit the sale of those products to the vape shops. Ward 1 Councillor Peg Crowe suggested that higher taxes should be part of the strategy to discourage vaping among teens. Governor Charlie Baker has proposed expanding the current tax on cigarettes, which is $3.51 a pack, to e-cigarettes. But the proposed tax has been criticized by some who fear the higher prices will drive people who vape back to smoking traditional cigarettes, which are still considered a greater health threat. And this week, Juul announced it has hired some high-powered help to fi ght off such anti-vaping initiatives. Former state Attorney General Martha Coakley has taken a job with Juul and will work to switch cigarette smokers to vaping. Coakley will also lead eff orts to prevent underage vaping. Councillors off ered to do whatever they could to support measures to regulate ecigarettes and prevent teens from vaping. “I’m afraid for these kids,” said Council President Jadeane Sica. “We don’t have the research to see the effects of these products 10 or 15 years from now.” A City shows its support for residents with autism By Barbara Taormina t the end of this week’s City Council meeting, Council President Jadeane Sica stopped to speak directly to the audience at the Senior Center, and residents watching the meeting from home. “I just want to take a moment to let you know why we are all wearing blue this evening,” said Sica. “Today is April 2, and it is World Autism Awareness Day, a day to increase the understanding and awareness of a condition that aff ects many in our community.” The councillor’s gesture of support for individuals, children and families coping with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), a developmental disability that can cause social, communication and behavioral challenges, refl ects how far communities like Malden have come in their response to the disorder. 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The program was designed to ensure the safety of seniors, people suffering from dementia and children and young adults with autism. SafeWatch provides police and emergency personnel with information needed to answer a call and quickly fi nd a missing person. Police will identify vulnerable individuals, their families and caretakers so that they can respond to an emergency in a knowledgeable manner than ensures the safety of the registered individual and others who might become involved. The program is free, voluntary and confidential. Anyone interested in learning more about SafeWatch or registering for the program should call Sergeant John Kelley at 781-397-7171 ext. 1226 or email him at jkelley@maldenpd.com. Residents can also contact Detective Steve Mulcahy at 781-397-7171 ext. 1406, or at smulcahy@maldenpd.com. Applications for SafeWatch will be available at the front desk of the Malden Police Station and will soon be available on the department’s website. Malden Police have been expanding their community outreach eff orts, and they look forward to launching SafeWatch to increase the safety and security of children and young adults with autism. And according to statistics, SafeWatch is a program that will meet a growing need. A recent report from UMass Medical School estimates that in 2005 approximately 10,000 children throughout the state, or one in 250, had autism. In 2010, those numbers jumped to 13,065 cases, or one in 110 children. And by 2015, 20,383 children, or one in 68, were believed to have ADS. A more recent study published in the journal Pediatrics at the beginning of this year suggested that the prevalence of autism may be as high as one in 40 children. Spring Penny Sale slated for April 9 ourt Maplewood Catholic Daughters is hosting a Spring Penny Sale on Tuesday, April 9 at St. Joseph’s Parish Hall (790 Salem St. in Malden). Doors open at 6:30 p.m. – 100 chances for $1.00 C – special raffl es every 15 minutes. Everyone welcome; coffee and dessert served. Proceeds support local charities. If you have any questions, please call Christine at 781324-8993. Like us on Facebook advocate newspaper Facebook.com/Advocate.news.ma

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, April 5, 2019 Page 11 Sky’s the limit for Tornadoes track star Shataeya Smith By Steve Freker M alden High School’s Shataeya Smith has accomplished a great deal with the Golden Tornado track teams and it appears that her future is quite bright as well. At the end of the recently concluded high school indoor track season, Smith qualifi ed for the MIAA Division 1 State Indoor Track Championships and earned herself a fourthplace fi nish in the girls shotput competition with a personal best throw of 34 feet, 2 inches. With her high fi nish in Division 1 States, she qualifi ed for the All-State Meet. At the All-State Meet, Smith continued to excel, fi nishing 12th overall with a toss of 34 feet. Smith is also an accomplished student who has been receiving lot of attention from college recruiters including University of Tennessee, Belmont University, UMass-Lowell and Merrimack. She will also be competing this spring in the outdoor track season. “Shateaya (Smith) has had a Suffolk Downs to conduct fi nal season of live racing R ecently Suff olk Downs announced that it will run six live dates in 2019 – after the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) approved the track’s schedule and its corresponding request for purse funding of $3.8 million for those dates from the state’s Racehorse Development Fund. The three festival weekends are scheduled for May 18-19, June 8-9 and June 29-30 and will be the last days of thoroughbred racing held at the historic East Boston facility. In 2017, Sterling Suff olk Racecourse (SSR), the company that operates racing and simulcasting at Suff olk Downs, sold the property in East Boston and Revere to The HYM Investment Group, a Bostonbased real estate developer. In conjunction with the New England Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association (NEHBPA) and the Massachusetts Thoroughbred Breeders Association (MTBA), SSR announced plans last year to refurbish and return live racing to the Great Barrington Fairgrounds in Great Barrington, Mass., and to continue simulcasting operations in Boston. The track operator has renewed its option on the 55-acre Great Barrington property and is pursuing legislation in the current session in Massachusetts that would facilitate its proposal. At Suffolk Downs, the $100,000 James B. Moseley Stakes at fi ve furlongs on the turf for fi llies and mares will highlight the racing program of June 29. The average daily purse distribution for each festival weekend, including participation incentives to encourage horsemen to ship in from other circuits, will be in excess of $600,000 per day. “We are looking forward to celebrating the rich tradition of Suff olk Downs with racing fans for one fi nal season here as we pursue the plan to preserve thoroughbred racing and its associated agribusiness and economic benefi ts in the Commonwealth by restoring the racing facility at Great Barrington,” said SSR Chief Operating Offi cer Chip Tuttle. “We appreciate the support of the Massachusetts Gaming ComRACING | SEE PAGE 16 tremendous career so far at Malden High and we are loking forward to her performance this spring in the next track season,” said Malden Public Schools Director of Athletics, Physical Education and Health Charlie Conefrey. “She is headed to a Division 1 college with the benefi t of a scholarship and we could not be prouder. “Shataeya (Smith) has been a great leader and contributor to our team and she represents us so well,” MHS track Coach Londino said. Shataeya Smith * A Delta Dental Premier Provider mission in granting our dates and purse funding requests” Dr. Mario Abdennour, Dr. Bhavisha Patel, Dr. Priti Amlani, Dr. Bruce Goldman and team.

Page 12 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, April 5, 2019 VOTED | FROM PAGE 1 ing it since, as it stands now, the new ordinance allowing recreational marijuana businesses confl icts with federal law and, under the city’s own rules, is invalid. “This is a reiteration that we will follow the federal law any time a conflict comes before us,” former Councillor-at-large David D’Arcangelo told fellow councillors three years ago. Former City Councillor Neil Kinnon sponsored the amendment, which he said was meant to locally codify the supremacy clause which makes federal law the ultimate law over state and local law. “Each one of us swears to uphold the Constitution – that trumps any state law,” said Kinnon, who at the time stressed the amendment was about law, not marijuana. 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A maximum of fi ve retail licenses will be issued. As for legal conflicts, under federal law marijuana is still classifi ed as a schedule 1 drug, which is defi ned as having no medical use and a high tendency for abuse. However, U.S. Attorney General William Barr has said the Department of Justice will take a hands-off approach to marijuana businesses operating in states where cannabis is legal. Still, just as Malden is now revising it ordinances to avoid confusion and confl icts, there have been several legislative attempts to revise the supremacy clause when it comes to marijuana. The latest, the Respect States’ and Citizens’ Rights Act, was fi led this week by U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette (D-Colorado). If passed, DeGette’s bill will amend the federal drug laws and exempt states where marijuana is legal from federal intervention and prosecution. 2019 Malden Recycling Day he Department of Public Works (DPW) will hold a recycling day for a variety of items, including tires, televisions, computer monitors and car batteries, on Saturday, April 6. Residents of Malden will be able to bring recyclable items to the DPW at 356 Commercial St. from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Paint will be recycled from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.; latex, oil and acrylic paints as well as stains and varnishes will be City of Malden seeks applicants for City Clerk The City of Malden seeks candidates for the position of City Clerk. Performs all functions of the City Clerk including Clerk to the City Council, Vital Record Custodian, Chief Election Officer, and Staff and Budget Management of City Clerk Department. Ten (10) or more years of experience with parliamentary or legislative procedures, election/voter registration law, public records law, and/or vital records law. The ability to communicate effectively with the public as well as to be punctual and dependable is essential. For a full job description and details on how to apply, visit www.cityofmalden.org and click on Employment Opportunities. accepted. However, antifreeze, household hazardous materials, cleaning chemicals or other hazardous materials will not be accepted. Fee Schedule: Car tires: $2. Truck tires: $20. TVs and computer monitors: $25. Car batteries: $1. Motor oil (per gallon): $1 (no antifreeze or transmission fl uid). Used oil fi lters: $2.50. Paint Fee Schedule: 1-5 gallons: $10. 6-10 gallons: $15. 11-15 gallons: $20. 16-20 gallons: $25 ($3 per gallon after 20 gallons). For more information about Recycling Day, please contact the DPW at 781-397-7160 or email dpw@cityofmalden.org. 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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, April 5, 2019 Page 13 Proverb and Post Road Residential embrace The Pioneer P roverb, a multidisciplinary branding agency in Boston, was tapped by Post Road Residential for branding and marketing assignments for their new residential property in Everett, Mass., The Pioneer, which opened in March, according to Proverb’s Managing Director, Daren Bascome. Working with Post Road’s Andy Montelli, Proverb’s assignment for the project involved branding and creative development, including developing the brand strategy, coming up with the brand name, The Pioneer, logo development, marketing materials, a custom tartan blanket as a move-in gift, and a one-ofa-kind property website, thepioneereverett.com. Everett has always been a place of growth and innovation, a thriving city growing from the pioneering spirit of the community. The Pioneer is built for the modern trailblazer, off ering unexpected amenity spaces that culminate in an enormous open-air courtyard decked out with a heated pool, fi re pits, a Grillzebo outdoor kitchen and even a poolside movie theater. The Pioneer also off ers a 4,000 square foot fi tness center equipped with a Peloton Studio and a skyline lounge roof deck. “You Can't Discover What You Don’t Explore” serves as The Pioneer’s rallying cry and challenges potential residents to embrace their inner modern trailblazer. Proverb is an agency focused on building powerful brands and creating a more thoughtful world around us. We partner with innovative real estate developers, cities, hotels, museums, architects, hospitals and other organizations that seek to transform the built environment. Our work connects with smart, sophisticated audiences, stands out from competitors and creates lasting value for our clients. For more information go to www.proverbagency.com. Save the date: Blossoms at the Beebe to be held on April 27 WAKEFIELD – The 12th annual Blossoms at the Beebe, an event to benefit the Lucius Beebe Memorial Library and the Wakefi eld Lynnfi eld Chamber of Commerce, will be held on Saturday, April 27 at the Library (345 Main St. in Wakefi eld) from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Proceeds will support Library services, cultural events and Chamber projects that enhance the civic and economic life of our town. This adult-only, 21 years of age and over event is always a sell-out, according to Blossoms at the Beebe Chair Susan Wetmore. This year’s event will feature a masquerade theme and will include the following: a fl ower show, live musical entertainment, dancing on both levels of the Library, gourmet hors d’oeuvres, a silent auction, a special 50/50 raffl e, a cash bar featuring a signature drink which refl ects the evening’s theme, and a photo booth. Tickets are $40 per person and can be purchased online at www.blossomsatbeebe. com or at the Library. In addition to buying their ticket, attendees can also purchase a key for $25 which could unlock a box to win a trip to New Orleans valued at $1,500. Only 100 keys will be sold and one lucky key will unlock the box to win the July 10-12 trip for two. The owner of the key that unlocks the box must be present when the unlocking takes place. Keys purchased in advance as part of a ticket purchase can only be picked up at the event. Keys may also be purchased at the event. Major sponsors to date are as follows: Aristocrat level ($5,000): The Savings Bank and Brightview Senior Living-Wakefi eld. Other sponsors include the following: Harlequin level ($2,500): Wakefi eld Co-operative Bank, Hobbs Brook Management, Beth Israel Lahey Health; Smoke and Mirrors level ($1,000): First Financial Trust, Eastern Bank, The Maggiore Companies, Pride Self Storage and MelroseWakefi eld Hospital. 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Page 14 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, April 5, 2019 Suffolk Downs to conduct fi nal season of live racing R ecently Suff olk Downs announced that it will run six live dates in 2019 – after the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) approved the track’s schedule and its corresponding request for purse funding of $3.8 million for those dates from the state’s Racehorse Development Fund. The three festival weekends are scheduled for May 18-19, June 8-9 and June 29-30 and will be the last days of thoroughbred racing held at the historic East Boston facility. In 2017, Sterling Suff olk Racecourse (SSR), the company that operates racing and simulcasting at Suff olk Downs, sold the property in East Boston and Revere to The HYM Investment Group, a Boston-based real estate developer. In conjunction with the New England Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association (NEHBPA) and the Massachusetts Thoroughbred Breeders Association (MTBA), SSR announced plans last year to refurbish and return live racing to the Great Barrington Fairgrounds in Great Barrington, Mass., and to continue simulcasting operations in Boston. The track operator has renewed its option on the 55acre Great Barrington property and is pursuing legislation in the current session in Massachusetts that would facilitate its proposal. At Suffolk Downs, the $100,000 James B. Moseley Stakes at fi ve furlongs on the turf for fi llies and mares will highlight the racing program Second Annual Frank Mastrocola Bocce Tournament – Sat., June 1 Winner’s Trophy named in memory of a beloved member, Ersilia Matarazzo T he Everett Kiwanis Club once again is proud to announce the Second Annual Frank Mastrocola Bocce Tournament to be held Saturday, June 1 at the Italian-American Club on Pearl Street in Malden. Twelve teams will compete for the first-place prize of the Cup and $1,000; as well as a second-place prize of $450. The Winners Trophy will now and forever be known as Ersilia’s Cup, in memory of our beloved member Ersilia Cataldo Matarazzo. Your participation supports Everett Kiwanis’ $10,000 in Kiwanis scholarships and charities. Calling all teams, sponsors and raffl e donations for the June 1st Tournament! Four-member teams cost $250 per team, or $75 to enter as an individual. The cost includes food and beverage provided throughout the day. For more information, contact Everett Kiwanis President Rafael Santos at 617-7948182 or email everettkiwanis@gmail.com. You Really Want To Bank at Members Plus. You just don’t know it yet! of June 29. The average daily purse distribution for each festival weekend, including participation incentives to encourage horsemen to ship in from other circuits, will be in excess of $600,000 per day. “We are looking forward to celebrating the rich tradition of Suff olk Downs with racing fans for one fi nal season here as we pursue the plan to preserve thoroughbred racing and its associated agribusiness and economic benefi ts in the Commonwealth by restoring the racing facility at Great Barrington,” said SSR Chief Operating Offi cer Chip Tuttle. “We appreciate the support of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission in granting our dates and purse funding requests.” “We appreciate Sterling Suff olk’s addition of and the MGC’s approval of extra days and purse funding for this season and Sterling Suff olk’s dedication to preserving live thoroughbred racing in the Commonwealth and the livelihoods of our members, the small businesses and family farms that depend on it,” said NEHBPA President Anthony Spadea. In order to help off set shipping and travel costs for the festival weekends, Suffolk Downs will off er an incentive program similar to those in the last several years. In addition to customary purse distribution, owners will receive an additional $500 for horses fi nishing fi rst through fi fth (on top of purse money) while owners of horses fi nishing sixth through last will receive a payment of $1,200 for races with a purse up to $30,000 and $1,500 for races with a purse greater than $30,000. Trainers will receive participation awards of $400 per starter. For 2019, first-level allowance/optional claiming races will off er purses of $55,000; maiden special weight races will offer purses of $50,000; $12,500 claiming races will carry a purse of $32,500; $8,000 claiming races will be run for $27,500; and bottom level claiming races will now carry a purse of $20,000. Over the course of each weekend, there will be stakes races restricted to either horses foaled in Massachusetts or sired by a Massachusetts-based stallion. Each off ers a purse of $50,000 and is a showcase for the Massachusetts Thoroughbred breeding industry. In addition to live racing, the State begins work on Tobin Bridge, Chelsea Curves T he Massachusetts Department of Transportation - FREE, No-Minimums Checking - Nearly 30,000 Fee-FREE ATMs - Low-Interest Loans & More! - FAST Online Account Opening & Loan Apps! memberspluscu.org 781-702-5969 Norwood Medford Square Dorchester Everett (MassDOT) recently began work on the Tobin Bridge/ Chelsea Curves Rehabilitation Project, which will have significant traffi c impacts, including 24/7 lane closures. The first lane closure was implemented on April 1 and closed the right lane on the Tobin Bridge northbound. Drivers are reminded to position themselves to use the middle and left lanes as soon as they can safely do so. Traffic modeling conducted for this project has shown that allowing drivers in the right lane to merge will create a smoother overall traffi c fl ow. MassDOT requests that all motorists exercise courtesy and caution when traversing the work zone. By early May, lane closures will be implemented on the Chelsea Curves section of Route 1 north and southbound. Combined, the Tobin Bridge and Chelsea Curves carry more than 63,000 drivers on Route 1 through Chelsea and over the Mystic River into Boston. Though they are safe to drive on, both are in critical need of repair. MassDOT is carrying out work along both sections of Route 1 at the same time so that these projects will be completed in 2020, and without the need for weight restrictions and postings. Completion of this necessary project will ensure that the elevated section of Route 1 can continue to carry passenger and freight traffi c safely and effi ciently and eliminate 15 percent of the structurally defi cient bridge deck in Massachusetts, but construction of this nature has inevitable traffi c impacts. MassDOT encourages you to leave more time for your trip, exercise caution while traversing the work zone, and if possible, divert to an alternate route or mode of travel in and out of downtown Boston. To be added to the project email list for updates, please visit the project website at https://www.mass.gov/tobinbridgechelsea-curves-rehabilitation-project or contact Donny Dailey of MassDOT Government & Public Aff airs at TobinChelsea@dot.state.ma.us.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, April 5, 2019 Page 15 North Shore Philharmonic features Shostakovich, Haydn in Spring Concert Symphony No. 9, is regarded as the lightest and most amusing piece amid the Russian composer’s somber symphonies that depicted his complicated relationship with the Russian government during World War II. Though it earned critical praise afT he North Shore Philharmonic Orchestra (NSPO) will complete its 71st consecutive season when Music Director Robert Lehmann conducts works by Haydn, Gounod, Bolcom and Shostakovich in a spring concert on Sunday, April 14 at 3 p.m. at Swampscott High School. Tickets will be on sale at the door for $30, $25 for seniors and students, and children 12 and under are admitted free. Advance tickets are available online at nspo.org. Music Director Lehmann programmed a satirical theme to the spring concert. The featured piece, Shostakovich’s ter its first performance in 1945, a year later the Ninth was censured for its “ideological weakness” and “its failure to refl ect the true spirit of the people of the Soviet Union.” However, history has treated the Ninth symphony with more respect, comparing it with Mozart’s works for its themes and brilliance. The concert will open with Franz Joseph Haydn’s Symphony No. 94, nicknamed “Surprise” because of its unexpected fortissimo (loud) chord at the end of an otherwise soft second movement. It remains one of the most popular of the 106 symphonies Haydn wrote. Charles Gounod’s “Funeral March of a Marionette” is most likely recognized as the theme music for Alfred Hitchock’s television show that aired from 1955 to 1965. It depicts the death of a Marionette in a duel and follows his funeral procession, along with a depiction of the mourners enjoying refreshments during a break from their march. Perhaps culminating the concert’s theme, William Bolcom’s “Commedia for (almost) 18th -century orchestra, which was composed in 1971, is popular for its hyperactive and impulsive jumps throughout a range of styles and paces. It is one piece of music that has a little something for everyone, all in one. The NSPO plays three subscription concerts at Swampscott High School. The 20182019 season marks the Orchestra’s 71st Anniversary. The Orchestra is supported in part by a grant from the Swampscott Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. For more information about the NSPO, visit the Orchestra’s website at www.nspo.org or on Facebook. Gov. Baker signs bill to restore Title X funding BOSTON – On March 29, Governor Charlie Baker and Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito, joined by Legislative leadership and family planning providers, participated in the ceremonial bill signing of H.3638, An Act making appropriations for the fi scal year 2019 to provide for supplementing certain existing appropriations and for certain other activities and projects (Title X). The legislation ensures local providers will continue to have access to family planning resources that were previously provided by the federal government; the bill provides state funding for eligible entities so they can continue providing health-care services, including physical exams, counseling and reproductive cancer screenings. Baker and Polito were joined by Health and Human Services Secretary Marylou Sudders; Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo (D-Winthrop); Senate President Karen Spilka (D-Framingham); Dr. Jennifer Childs-Roshak, President/CEO of Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts; Julia Kehoe, President/ CEO of Health Imperatives; Dr. Gabrielle Ross, Executive Director of Health Quarters; John Drew, President/CEO of Action for Boston Community Development (ABCD); and several other members of the Legislature. “Signing this bill into law ensures women’s health providers across Massachusetts will continue to have access to these critical funds,” said Gov. Baker. “We are proud that Massachusetts remains a national leader in women’s healthcare, and we thank our colleagues in the Legislature for their swift response to changes in federal policy.” “We are pleased to work with our legislative colleagues on this bill and send an unequivocal message to women in Massachusetts that these services are important and will remain protected,” said Lt. Gov. Polito. “The House of Representatives has never stopped working to keep in place protections for women’s health, and I’m proud the House moved swiftly on this issue,” said Speaker DeLeo. “Today more than 75,000 individuals can feel safer that now family planning services across the Commonwealth are protected. Thank you to my colleagues in the House, especially Chair Michlewitz and Vice Chair Garlick, and to Governor Baker and Senate President Spilka for their work on this issue.” “I applaud the Governor for acting swiftly on the Legislature’s actions to ensure resources are still available for Title X family planning and health services, despite new damaging rules out of Washington,” said Spilka. “Together, we are sending the message that all women and men across the Commonwealth will continue to have access to vital health services, even if the federal government choses to leave them behind. Today we have shown the country what a proactive government, who puts its citizens fi rst, looks like.” “The Trump-Pence administration’s domestic gag rule will dismantle Title X, the nation’s program for affordable, preventive reproductive health care, threatening the health care of four million people across the country, and 75,000 people right here in Massachusetts,” said Dr. Childs-Roshak. “I applaud the Baker Administration and the Massachusetts legislature for taking swift action to defend access to affordable, preventive services like birth control, cancer screenings, and STI testing and treatment. We will continue to fi ght this dangerous, unethical rule through every possible avenue because all people – no matter what state they live in – deserve access to affordable reproductive healthcare.” “Health Imperatives believes the Commonwealth’s commitment to providing comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services for all residents, regardless of their ability to pay, will improve birth and health outcomes,” said Kehoe. “Investing in eff ective family planning services also reduces the need for more costly government programs and improves family stability and economic security because young, lowincome women will be better able to achieve their educational and career goals.” “The bold and swift decision of Gov. Baker and the State Legislature to replace federal funds with state funds refl ects the will of Massachusetts voters who overwhelmingly support unfettered access to the full range of reproductive healthcare services, including access to information about prenatal care, adoption and abortion,” said Ross. “Health Quarters, the Title X sub-recipient for the North Shore and Merrimack Valley, wholeheartedly laud Governor Baker and the Legislature’s decision to stand up for women, especially at a time a time when so few appear willing to do so in Washington, D.C.” “ABCD deeply appreciates the extraordinary support for the Title X public health program shown by Governor Charlie Baker, Senate President Karen E. Spilka, House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo, and our state legislators,” said Drew. “Serving over 29,000 clients each year in partnership with 21 health-care agencies in the Greater Boston area, we provide access to preventive reproductive health care that enables patients to make informed personal decisions. As a longstanding grantee for Title X, ABCD thanks these leaders for their unwavering commitment to improving the lives of the Commonwealth’s most vulnerable residents.”

Page 16 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, April 5, 2019 RACING | FROM PAGE 11 “We appreciate Sterling Suff olk’s addition of and the MGC’s approval of extra days and purse funding for this season and Sterling Suff olk’s dedication to preserving live thoroughbred racing in the Commonwealth and the livelihoods of our members, the small businesses and family farms that depend on it,” said NEHBPA President Anthony Spadea. In order to help off set shipping and travel costs for the festival weekends, Suffolk Downs will off er an incentive program similar to those in the last several years. In addition to customary purse distribution, owners will receive an additional $500 for horses fi nishing fi rst through fi fth (on top of purse money) while owners of horses finishing sixth through last will receive a payment of $1,200 for races with a purse up to $30,000 and $1,500 for races with a purse greater than $30,000. Trainers will receive participation awards of $400 per starter. For 2019, first-level allowance/optional claiming races will offer purses of $55,000; maiden special weight races will offer purses of $50,000; $12,500 claiming races will carry a purse of $32,500; $8,000 claiming races will be run for $27,500; and bottom level claiming races will now carry a purse of $20,000. Over the course of each weekend, there will be stakes races restricted to either horses foaled in Massachusetts or sired by a Massachusetts-based stallion. Each offers a purse of $50,000 and is a showcase for the Massachusetts Thoroughbred breeding industry. In addition to live racing, the track will be hosting a food truck festival each weekend featuring food trucks from a variety of local vendors, craft beer, live music and family fun activities. About Suff olk Downs Built by 3,000 workers in just 62 days when Massachusetts authorized pari-mutuel wagering in 1935, the historic track has been a showcase for some of the most famous names in Thoroughbred racing history, including Seabiscuit, Whirlaway, John Henry, Cigar and Skip Away. In 2018, the track conducted four weekends of live racing with an average daily purse in excess of $500,000, including incentives. For more information, visit www.suff olkdowns.com. ~ LEGAL NOTICE ~ COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Middlesex Division 208 Cambridge Street Cambridge, MA 023141 (617) 768-5800 Docket No. MI19P1491EA Estate of: Michael James Matorana Also Known As: Michael J. Matorana Date of Death: July 10, 2018 NOTICE OF INFORMAL PROBATE To all persons who have or may have some interest in the above                      given that the Petitioner Christopher M. Matorana of Malden, MA         Family Court, not sooner than seven (7) days after this notice, a Petition for Informal Probate of a Will Petition for Informal Appointment of Personal Representative to serve without surety on the bond Christopher M. Matorana of Malden, MA. The estate is being administered under informal procedure by the Personal Representative under the Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code without supervision by the Court.            Court, but interested parties are entitled to notice regarding the administration from the Personal Representative and can petition the Court in any matter relating to the estate, including distribution of assets and expenses of administration. Interested parties are entitled to petition the Court to institute formal proceedings and to obtain orders terminating or restricting the powers of Personal Representatives appointed under informal procedure. A copy of the Petition and Will, if any, can be obtained from the Petitioner. April 5, 2019 State commission releases report outlining recommended actions to Support LGBTQ Youth across Massachusetts Report also includes new youth risk behavior survey results BOSTON – The Massachusetts Commission on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning (LGBTQ) Youth recently released its annual recommendations to state lawmakers and regulators outlining actions to be taken to better support LGBTQ youth in communities across the Commonwealth. The report includes new data from the state’s youth risk behavior survey results. The commission released its report during a ceremony at the Massachusetts State House. During the ceremony new commission memof Massachusetts youth identifi ed as LGBTQ. The data also show some troubling trends among LGBTQ youth, including: 22.3 percent of LGBTQ youth report having been bullied in the past year, compared to 12.8 percent of non-LGBTQ youth. Approximately 35 percent of LGBTQ youth report having hurt themselves on purpose in past year, including having cut or burned themselves. This is compared to 11.2 percent of non-LGBTQ youth. Approximately 31 percent of bers were also sworn in. “This report outlines important steps that should be taken to better support LGBTQ youth across Massachusetts, said Corey Prachniak-Rincón, Director of the Massachusetts Commission on LGBTQ Youth. “The results of the Youth Risk Behavior Survey demonstrate the critical need that exists to ensure LGBTQ youth are healthy, safe, and thriving as they grow into adulthood.” The Youth Risk Behavior Survey shows that 15.2 percent LGBTQ youth seriously considered suicide in the past year, compared to 9.9 percent of non-LGBTQ youth. Alarmingly, 16.3 percent of LGBTQ youth made a suicide attempt, compared to 4.1 percent of non-LGBTQ youth. The report focuses on four core areas for state lawmakers and regulators to consider, including LGBTQ inclusion, ending homelessness, advancing justice, and sexual and mental health. Among the recommendations in the report, the Commission is advocating for: All state employees and contractors to receive basic training on LGBTQ inclusion, more guidance and support for schools to work on LGBTQ inclusion, an increase in funding for the prevention and treatment of youth homelessness, improving ID access for youth experiencing homelessness and the creation of a bill of rights for people experiencing homelessness. All school districts in the Commonwealth to off er comprehensive, evidence-based, and LGBTQ-inclusive sexual health education An increase in HIV funding; an expansion in the availability of PrEP, and signifi cant reform to the mental healthcare system The Commission also supports the passage of legislation waiting Governor Charlie Baker’s signature that would ban the practice of “conversion therapy” on LGBTQ youth in Massachusetts. The full report, released today, can be accessed online at www.mass.gov/cgly. LAW OFFICES OF JOSEPH D. CATALDO, P.C. “ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW” • ESTATE/MEDICAID PLANNING • WEALTH MANAGEMENT • WILLS/TRUSTS/ESTATES • INCOME TAX PREPARATION • ELDER LAW 369 Broadway, Everett, MA 02149 (617)-381-9600 JOSEPH D. CATALDO, CPA, MST, PFS, ESQUIRE. AICPA Personal Financial Specialist Designee Public Notice Cambridge Health Alliance Community Health Improvement Funding Plan The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) has approved application for Determination of Need (No. CHA- 18090915RE) to fund a second CT scanner at the Cambridge Hospital on the condition that Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) make a total Community Health Initiative (CHI) contribution of $100,007, of which $10,000 has been directed to the CHI Statewide Initiative and $90,007 (the CHI Community Funding) is to be directed toward local CHA initiatives. CHA’s will focus on addressing priorities of mental health and substance use disorders              Recovery Coach Program to increase engagement and connection of addicted individuals with community recovery services and engagement of individuals with mental health disorders. In addition, the Gavin Foundation has applied to DPH for funding to open a recovery center in Malden. If this center is funded by Department of Public Health, CHA will also contribute Community Funds to The Gavin Foundation to support the opening of the recovery center. April 5, 2019 • RETIREMENT PLANNING

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, April 5, 2019 Page 17 FIRE STATION | FROM PAGE 1 it was a nice chance to enjoy a celebration with members of the community, and “Most of the time when we see residents, it’s during emergencies.” City Council President Jadeane Sica brought Malden’s offi cial best wishes to the party. “Although the needs of the department and the building have changed, one thing is certain – the caliber of the men and women of this Department remains the same,” Sica told the crowd. “On behalf of the City of Malden, I want to extend my appreciation to every member of the Department for the work they do every day to ensure the safety of our city.” The Central Station, a modby iller How SSI Can Help Low-Income Seniors and the Disabled Attendees are shown during the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Central Fire Station on Salem Street on Sunday. that included laying a cornerstone with a time capsule inside. Although the building is still going strong, the time capsule was not as lucky. Over the years, water seeped sule. Back in 1919, the city celebrated with readings, speeches, dancing and a band that performed patriotic pieces to honor fi refi ghters serving in the war. On Sunday, the Malden High School Band performed some of the same numbers, including “Over There” and the “Star Spangled Banner.” For Finn, Sunday’s celebration hit all the right notes. “I was happy that it showcased the building, but I was equally happy that it showcased all the work the men and women of the department did,” said Finn. Over the past couple of The Central Fire Station circa 1919 ern colonial brick building, replaced a mid-19th -century fi re station on Main Street. The city spent roughly $100,000 to build it, including $16,000 that went to the family of Phineas Sprague for the land. In addition to a signal system, the design for the new station featured offi ces for the chief and fi re commissioner, a community room and a voting booth where residents of the ward could cast their ballots. On August 29, 1918, the city held an offi cial groundbreaking ceremony for the station CANNABIS | FROM PAGE 7 requirements of the State Cannabis Commission, and licensing forms are all provided. Hard copies of materials are available for applicants at the Offi ce of the Mayor (17 Pleasant St. in Malden) as well as at the Offi ce of the Building Commissioner (110 Pleasant St., in Malden). Completed applications must be submitted to the Mayor’s Offi ce (17 Pleasant St.) toin and damaged many of the items made of paper, such as a photo of then Mayor Charles Blodgett, his inaugural address, a fi re department manual and a roster of fi refi ghters serving “under the colors” in World War I. “We were excited about the time capsule so were disappointed to fi nd that a lot of the items were ruined,” said Finn. Still, fi refi ghters were able to pull a few newspaper stories about the building project as well as a silver badge and a coin from 1918 from the capgether with the $200 application fee by noon on Monday, May 20, 2019. Incomplete applications will not be accepted or reviewed by the CLEC. Following the application deadline, the CLEC will review completed applications. Upon a successful vote to proceed by the CLEC, applicants may move on to the next set of requirements, which include conducting a community meeting, applying for a years, fi refi ghters assigned to the Central Station have been renovating the second fl oor of the building. Finn said it was a partnership with the city, which provided the materials, and the fi refi ghters, who put in the skills and sweat. It was especially sweet to show off the renovations to retired fi refi ghters who worked in the station and were impressed with the makeover. Although there are still a few more repairs that need to be done, Finn said he’s amazed every time he climbs the stairs and sees the completely remodeled top floor. “I’m so proud of the work the fi refi ghters did,” said Finn. “And they did it between calls.” special permit issued by the City Council and executing a host community agreement. Only with the successful completion of the above may applicants then submit their application to the State Cannabis Commission for state licensing approval. For further information, please visit the CLEC webpage at www.cityofmalden.org/cannabis or email cannabis@cityofmalden.org. For great advertising rates: JMitchell@advocatenews.net Dear Savvy Senior, What can you tell me about the Supplemental Security Income program and what are the eligibility requirements? My father is very low-income, so I’m wondering if this is something he may qualify for. Searching Daughter Dear Searching, Supplemental Security Income (or SSI) is a program administered by the Social Security Administration that provides monthly cash benefi ts to people that are disabled or over 65 based on fi nancial need. Currently, more than 8 million people are receiving SSI benefi ts. Here’s what you should know. Eligibility Requirements To qualify for SSI your dad must be either age 65 or older, blind or disabled, and must be a U.S. citizen or lawful resident. He must also have limited assets and income. His assets must be less than $2,000 or $3,000 for couples. This includes cash, bank accounts, other personal property, and anything else that could potentially be converted to cash. His home, household goods and one vehicle, along with life insurance policies and burial funds valued under $1,500; do not count towards countable assets. The income limit to qualify for SSI, however, is much more complicated. Countable income includes wages or any other kind of money your dad earned from working, plus money he gets from other sources like unemployment, Social Security retirement, or gifts from friends, but also, free food or shelter. In 2019, the SSI allowable income limit is $771 a month for an individual or $1,157 a month for a couple. So, if your dad’s countable income is over the SSI allowable limit (this is based on a complex set of rules and calculations – see SSA.gov/ssi/ text-income-ussi.htm) he would not qualify. But if he’s under it, he would qualify for some benefi ts depending on his countable income. To help you determine if your dad is eligible for SSI, help him take the Social Security Administration’s benefits screening test at SSAbest.benefi ts.gov. This online questionnaire takes approximately 5 minutes to complete and screens for a variety of benefi ts, not just SSI. You should also know that most states – except Arizona, Mississippi, North Dakota and West Virginia – supplement the federal SSI payment with payments of their own. In some of the states that pay a supplement, your dad may qualify for the state payment even if he doesn’t meet the federal SSI eligibility criteria. How to Apply If you think that your dad is eligible for SSI, call 800-772-1213 and set up an appointment to apply at his local Social Security offi ce. To help make the application process go quickly and smoothly, your dad should bring his Social Security number; birth certifi cate or other proof of age; information about the home where he lives, such as his mortgage, or lease and the landlord’s name; payroll slips, bank books, insurance policies, burial fund records and other information about his income and the things he owns; his proof of U.S. citizenship or eligible noncitizen status; and if he is applying for SSI because he is disabled or blind, the names, addresses and telephone numbers of doctors, hospitals and clinics that have information related to his condition. For more information visit SSA.gov/ssi or call Social Security at 800-772-1213 and ask them to mail you a copy of publication 11000 “Supplemental Security Income (SSI).” You can also read it online at SSA.gov/ pubs/EN-05-11000.pdf. Other Assistance Programs Depending on your dad’s income, needs and location there are other financial assistance programs that may be able to help him like Medicaid, prescription drug assistance, food stamps and energy assistance. To fi nd out what he may be eligible for go to Benefi tsCheckUp.org. This is a free, confi dential Web tool that contains more than 2,500 programs. 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 MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, April 5, 2019 Senate 34-0, approved a bill Beacon Hill Roll Call By Bob Katzen THE HOUSE AND SENATE. Beacon Hill Roll Call records local legislators’ votes on roll calls from the week March 25-29. $8 MILLION FOR FAMILY PLANNING PROVIDERS (H3638) House 140-14, Senate 33-5, approved and sent to Gov. Charlie Baker a bill to provide up to $8 million for family planning providers. The Trump administration recently announced it would no longer direct federal funds which support family planning services for low-income residents, toward any clinic that provides, refers or off ers counseling on abortions. The $8 million would be used to replace whatever funding Massachusetts clinics lose under the new Trump rule which also faces a legal challenge from 21 states, including Massachusetts, but will go into eff ect in May if it is not blocked in court. “Once again, where Washington falls short, we in the commonwealth are ready and willing to step up and fi ll the needed gap,” said House Ways and Means Committee Chair Aaron Michlewitz (D-Boston). “We cannot allow people’s health care to be put at LEGAL NOTICE risk because of the narrow-minded politics of the Trump administration. Today, we are taking the fi rst step to put a stop to this.” Michlewitz noted that an estimated 75,000 Massachusetts residents, most of whom earn less than $30,000 a year, would be impacted by the cut in federal funding. “This action by the House is nothing but a giveaway of our tax dollars to the abortion business,” said Chanel Prunier, executive director of the Renew Massachusetts Coalition which opposes the funding. “The CEO of Planned Parenthood of Massachusetts makes over $250,000 annually, and they spend millions each year on political advocacy and campaign eff orts. So why are our taxes making up for their funding shortfall?” (A “Yes” vote is for the $8 million. A “No” vote is against it.) Rep. Paul Donato Rep. Steven Ultrino Sen. Jason Lewis Yes Yes Yes BAN CONVERSION THERAPY FOR ANYONE UNDER 18 (S 2187) that would prohibit psychiatrists, psychologists and other health care providers from attempting to change the sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression of anyone under 18. Conversion therapy exposes the person to a stimulus while simultaneously subjecting him or her to some form of discomfort. The therapy is primarily used to try to convert gays and lesbians to be straight. The House has approved its own version of the bill and the Senate version now goes to the House for consideration. Both branches approved a similar bill last year but it never made it to Gov. Baker’s desk. “If a conversion therapy bill gets to my desk and we don’t see any other issues with it, it’s something we’d be inclined to support,” Baker said recently. Mental health experts and LGBTQ groups charge that the practice is scientifi cally unproven and unsound and can trigger depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts in these youngsters subjected to it. “We have a responsibility to ensure a safe and supportive environment for all young people,” said Sen. Mark Montigny (D-New Bedford), the Senate sponsor of the bill. “Seeking to force a child to change one’s identity or orientation at such a vulnerable point in their young lives infl icts signifi cant harm and is no less than child abuse.” Shortly after the vote, the Human Rights Campaign tweeted, “Victory: the Massachusetts Senate just voted to protect #LGBTQ youth from the dangerous and debunked practice of so-called ‘conversion therapy.’” LEGAL NOTICE THE MALDEN HOUSING AUTHORITY 630 Salem Street Malden, MA 02148 PH: 781-322-3150 FAX: 781-322-3543 TDD: (800) 545-1833 x 103 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Malden Housing Authority (MHA) will conduct a public hearing to discuss and obtain input relative to the submission of the MHA’s Proposed FFY 2020 Annual and Five-Year Public Housing Agency Plan (PHA PLAN) as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Proposed revisions to the MHA’s Section 8 Administrative Plan, Public Housing Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policy, Public Housing Lease and/or House Rules, and planned HUD Capital Fund Grant Program construction projects will be presented for discussion during this hearing. MHA Resident Advisory Board Members, Public Housing Residents and Section 8            representatives of social service agencies and advocacy groups, community leaders, concerned citizens and all other parties having interest in these hearings are invited to             This meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 11, 2019, beginning at 9:00 A.M. in the 630 Salem Street Community Room. Please note that 630 Salem Street is a handicapped accessible building. For questions, please contact the MHA’s Executive Director, Stephen G. Finn, at (781) 322-3150. By: Frank M. Molis, Chairperson MHA Board of Commissioners The MHA is an Equal Opportunity Housing Provider and a Drug-Free Workplace April 5, 2019 1. On April 6, 1528, what German artist/printmaker died? (Hint: initials AD.) 2. What is Boston named after? 3. What is Texas’s state flower? (Hint: a butter substitute.) 4. On April 6, 1930, Jimmy Dewar invented what Hostess product after realizing he could use strawberry shortcake pans year-round? 5. Who composed “Appalachian Spring”? 6. What mythological animal is celebrated on April 9? 7. On April 7, 1906, what Italian volcano’s eruption reached a climax? 8. What silent film actor was known as “The Man of a Thousand Faces”? 9. What does a bibliophile collect? 10. On April 8, 1766, an English patent was granted for a wicker basket with a pulley and chain; what was it used for? 11. During what holiday is pineapple the cheapest? 12. What is a male witch called? 13. Does asparagus have leaves? 14. What U.S. state did Ponce de Leon name to honor Easter? 15. On April 9, 1865, who surrendered at Appomattox Court House? 16. What sport uses the term “hot corner”? 17. From what plant does saffron come? 18. On April 10, 1955, who successfully tested polio vaccine? 19. On which album is the Beatles song “Good Day Sunshine”? 20. On April 11, 1814, at Fontainebleau, France, who abdicated the throne? Answers on page 20 “This [is] an appalling assault on parental rights in the commonwealth,” said the president of the Massachusetts Family Institute Andrew Beckwith who opposes the ban. “[Some] legislators apparently believe that parents should not be able to get genderconfused children any treatment, even counseling, that might help them avoid cross-sex hormone injections, sterility or ‘transition’ surgery.” Five senators voted “present” rather than for or against the bill. “We want to be clear that we do not support conversion therapy or any other type of coercive therapy that purports to change a person’s sexuality or gender identity,” said Sen. Vinny deMacedo (R-Plymouth). “If there were evidence of these practices taking place in Massachusetts, we would wholeheartedly support banning them. However, we have serious concerns about the way this legislation infringes on the constitutional rights of licensed professionals to provide mental health counseling and talk therapy using the knowledge, judgment and expertise that they have acquired through years of study and practice. The vague wording of the legislation provides too much room for interpretation in an area that requires caution and precision from government intervention. By voting ‘present’ we hoped to register our concerns while making it clear that these types of coercive therapies have no place in the commonwealth.” (A “Yes” vote is for the ban). Sen. Jason Lewis Yes CONSTITUTIONALITY OF THERAPY BAN (S 2187) Senate 6-32, rejected a proposal asking the Supreme Judicial Court to advise the Senate on whether the therapy ban is constitutional. The court would be Advocate asked if the bill violates the provisions of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution by violating the right of free speech of professional counselors; the constitutional rights of parents; or the constitutional or statutory rights of privacy or patient confi dentiality. Supporters of asking the court about the constitutionality of the therapy ban said they support the conversion therapy ban but are concerned that the ban is likely to be challenged. They believe the Senate should get an opinion before the challenge in order to ensure the bill doesn’t get delayed. “We are confident that the pending bill is constitutional,” said Sen. Joan Lovely (D-Salem) who opposed getting the court’s opinion. “It relies on well-established authority of the state to regulate professional conduct.” (A “Yes” vote is for getting a court opinion. A “No” vote is against getting it). Sen. Jason Lewis No REMOVE CAP ON WELFARE BENEFITS FOR KIDS (S 2186) Senate 37-1, approved a bill that repeals the current law that denies an additional $100 per month in welfare benefi ts to children conceived while—or soon after—the family began receiving welfare benefi ts or, if they had received family welfare benefi ts in the past. The law was adopted in 1995 as part of a welfare reform package that was aimed at discouraging families already receiving public support from having more children. The House has approved its own version of the bill and the Senate version now goes to the House for consideration. Supporters of the repeal said that there are some 8,700 children who currently fall under the BEACON | SEE PAGE 19

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, April 5, 2019 Page 19 BEACON | FROM PAGE 18 cap in the Bay State. These families are barred from receiving an additional $100 a month to help support that child. They said there are no facts to back up the charge that families are having more children in order to get the additional $100. “I have heard countless personal accounts from many families who are hurt by this cap on kids,” said Sen. Sal DiDomenico (DEverett), the Senate sponsor of the proposal. “Because their benefi ts are so low, parents with ‘capped’ children struggle to meet their families’ basic needs. For instance, they often can’t pay for enough diapers to keep their child clean, dry and healthy. And they are forced to make painful choices about which necessities they can aff ord. We know that it’s time to take action to repeal this outdated, ineff ective and unjust policy, and show that we value all children equally, regardless of the circumstances of their birth.” “I think it’s unfair to ask the constituents back home to pay for a benefi t for others that they don’t get themselves,” said Sen. Don Humason (R-Westfi eld), the only opponent of the bill. He said the Legislature should have a big heart and take care of people but noted he also needs to listen to his constituents who tell him they are having a diffi - cult time making ends meet and are limiting the number of children they have. He said his constituents tell him they are not eligible for any welfare benefi ts but are forced to pay these benefi ts for others who decide to have more children. (A “Yes” vote is for removing the cap. A “No” vote is against removing it). Sen. Jason Lewis Yes HOW LONG WAS LAST WEEK’S SESSION? Beacon Hill Roll Call tracks the length of time that the House and Senate were in session each week. Many legislators say that legislative sessions are only one aspect of the Legislature’s job and that a lot of important work is done outside of ~ Obituaries ~ Bernard J. Clavette O f Malden, March 25, 2019. Beloved husband of 51 years to Rose Marie A. (Marquis) Clavette. Devoted father of Kim M. Chabre and her husband Larry of Malden & Lori A. Clavette of Revere. Cherished grandfather of Matthew A. Chabre of Malden & Jeffrey J. Chabre and his wife Nicole of Billerica. Loving brother of Theresa Violette, Jerry Clavette, Connie Cyr, Allen Clavette, Rejean Thibideau, Joel Clavette, Nancy Corbin, Linda Dumond, Gene Clavette, Carol Reed and Lisa Cyr and the late Claudette Pelletier & Patrick Clavette Jr. In lieu of fl owers, contributions in Ben’s memory may be made to The Michael Burke Foundation, 24 Marine Rd., Boston, MA 02127. Jacqueline R. (VanPraet) DeFilippis f Gilford, NH, formerly of Malden, age 84, March 25. Wife of the late Antonio V. DeFilippis O with whom she shared 60 years of marriage. Beloved mother of Stephen DeFilippis & his wife Joanne of NH, Susan Russo of Danvers, Jacqueline Habeeb & her husband Robert of Peabody. Dear sister of Judy Calder of Saugus. Also survived by 11 grandchildren & 9 great-grandchildren. In lieu of fl owers, donations in her memory may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at www.stjude.org. Janice B. (Rocci) McDonough O f North Revere, formerly of Malden & Everett, age 76, March 27. Loving wife of Kenneth G. McDonough, with whom she shared 55 years of marriage. Beloved mother of Kenneth G. McDonough, Jr. & his wife Mary of Peabody, Brian S. McDonough & his wife Christine of Malden. Cherished grandmother of Arianna, Emily, Tayla & Michael. Sister of Judith Monte & her husband Douglas of FL. In lieu of flowers, donations in Janice’s memory may be made to Care Group Parmenter Homecare & Hospice, 1 Arsenal Marketplace, Watertown, MA 02472. Jean Nicholson O f Malden MA passed away peacefully on Friday, March 29, 2019 at age 93. Jean was born on July 13, 1925, to the late Michael and Mary (Kelley) Nicholson of Malden. She is survived by her sister Lois Healey of Lexington and many nieces, nephews and friends. Jean graduated from Malden High School in 1942. She graduated from Burdett College in 1944. She worked at Rockwell Manufacturing and then started at Sylvania in 1946. In 1959, Sylvania merged with GTE. Jean retired in 1983 after 37 years with the company. In 2000, Bell Atlantic and ~Legal Notice~ NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF DRAFT 2019-2020 ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 30-DAY PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD The City of Malden and the North Suburban Consortium (NSC) comprised of the communities of Malden, Medford, Arlington, Everett, Chelsea, Melrose, Revere and Winthrop, acting by and through the Malden Redevelopment Authority (MRA) completed a draft Annual Action Plan for 2019-2020. This draft Plan includes the proposed spending plan for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding for the City of Malden, and HUD’s HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) Program funding for the eight communities listed above for the 2019-2020 Program Year. The draft Plan will be available for review and public comment Friday April 5, 2019 through Monday May 6, 2019 at the MRA, 17 Pleasant St., Malden (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 8am to 5pm; Tuesday 8am to 7pm; Friday 8am to 12pm). The draft Plan includes proposals for the CDBG and the HOME Program for Program Year July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. The draft Plan can also be viewed at www.maldenredevelopment.com.                   Comments may be emailed to apratt@maldenredevelopment.com or sent in writing on or before May 6 to the Malden Redevelopment Authority, 17 Pleasant St., Malden, MA 02148, Attn: Alexander Pratt. The projected entitlement amount for CDBG is $1,327,320 and for HOME is $2,000,000, with the               and requires approval by the Malden Mayor and City Council. Applicants for CDBG funds will be            April 5, 2019 REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Copyrighted material previously published in Banker & Tradesman/The Commercial Record, a weekly trade newspaper. It is reprinted with permission from the publisher, The Warren Group. For a searchable database of real estate transactions and property information visit: www.thewarrengroup.com. BUYER2 BUYER1 Wang, Qiaoyi Komwises, Athip Bateman, Jeremie B Bateman, James V Quinlan, Rory Dev, Alin Das, Pourita Zhang, Yanwei SELLER1 Manilov, Mark SELLER2 ADDRESS 39 Pebble Pl #39 Odwyer, Patrick J Lockhart, Deidre 158 Webster St Mar rosyan, Tigran Navasardyan, Hripsime Debassio, John G Debassio, Angela 91 Jacob St Colella, Carmine A Colella, Linda C 5 Blaine St Loza, Guadalupe 61 Highland St PRICE $ 415 000,00 $ 830 000,00 $ 601 000,00 $ 415 000,00 $ 900 000,00 Paolucci, Nicholas Paolucci, Jaimie L 71 Revere Beach Blvd #8 $ 230 000,00 GTE Corp merged and became known as Verizon. A mass in memory of Jean will be held at Sacred Hearts 315 Main Street Malden at 10:00 am on Saturday, April 6. Interment will be private. Donations in Jean’s memory can be made to Hallmark Health VNA and Hospice, 178 Savin Street, Suite 300, Malden, MA 02148. OBITUARIES | SEE PAGE 20 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 fi led. They note that the infrequency and brief length of sessions are misguided and lead to irresponsible late-night sessions and a mad rush to act on dozens of bills in the days immediately preceding the end of an annual session. During the week of March 2529, the House met for a total of eight hours and 54 minutes while the Senate met for a total of four hours and 33 minutes. Mon., March 25 House 11:05 a.m. to 1:44 p.m. Senate 11:10 a.m. to 11:22 a.m. Tues., March 26 No House session No Senate session Wed., March 27 House 11:01 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. No Senate session Thurs., March 28 House 11:00 a.m. to 2:16 p.m. Senate 12:01 p.m. to 4:22 p.m. Fri., March 29 No House session No Senate session Bob Katzen welcomes feedback at bob@beaconhillrollcall.com Malden

Page 20 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, April 5, 2019 OBITUARIES | FROM PAGE 19 Thomas P. Arria, Sr. O f Malden, formerly of Somerville and Boston’s West End, March 29. Beloved husband of Anita M. (Lepore) Arria with whom he shared 68 years of marriage. Devoted father of Thomas P. Arria, Jr. of Stoneham and his companion Patricia DeSantis, Mary Hurd and her husband William of Jackson, NJ, Charles S. Arria and his wife Ann P. of North Reading, Paul F. Arria and his wife Francesca of Burlington, John A. Arria and his wife Maria C. of Wilmington, Anna Gullage-Tompkins and her husband William Tompkins of Wilmington, Jeanna Carroll and her husband Paul of Medford and David J. Arria of Georgia. Lovingly survived by 18 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Dear brother of Teresa Arria and her husband Peter and Anthony Arria and his wife Nell. Funeral from the Dello Russo Funeral Home, 306 Main St., MEDFORD, Wednesday, April 3rd at 8:30 AM followed by a Funeral Mass celebrated in St. Raphael Church, 512 High Street, Medford, at 9:30 AM. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Visiting Hours Tuesday 4 - 8 PM. Services will conclude with burial at Puritan Lawn Memorial Park, Peabody. In lieu of fl owers, contributions may be made in Tom’s name to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 381059959. Late retired offi cer, Boston Police Dept. Annmarie (Bonanno) Cunha M arch 26, a lifelong resident of Malden. Beloved wife of Thomas W. Cunha of Malden. Devoted mother of Nicole T. Cunha of Malden. Cherished sister of ~ Home of the Week ~ SAUGUS Custom,OUT-OF-A-MAGAZINE Contemporary. Over 5,000 sq.ft. of ultimate luxury, 13 rooms, 5 bedrooms, 5 full baths, lvrm lead to dnrm w/walls of sliders to wrap-around deck, gorgeous see-through,          stainless appliances, center island w/seating, wine cooler, double ovens w/steamer, built-in espresso machine, 2 sinks, 2 dishwashers,                     multi shower heads & body spray, double sink vanity, towel warmer & unique air bubble massage tub, 2 bedrooms w/Jack ‘n’ Jill bathroom, 4th                                                  Go to: 25BisbeeRd.com.   $1,399,900        (781) 233-7300 View the interior of this home right on your smartphone.       Frank J. Bonanno of Malden and Albert J. Bonanno and wife Cheryl of Saugus. Also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, and cousins. In lieu of fl owers, donations may be made to: Winchester Hospital Foundation, 41 Highland Ave., Winchester, MA. 01890. Dorothy M. Sarno O f Malden, March 27. Devoted mother of Jeanne O’Keefe of West Yarmouth, Maria Sarno of Malden and the late David Sarno. Loving grandmother of Angela and Brenda O’Keefe and Ben and Derek Sarno. Loving greatAdvocate FROM PAGE 18 Answers 1. Albrecht Dürer 2. An English town 3. Bluebonnet 4. Twinkies 5. Aaron Copland 6. The unicorn (National Unicorn Day in Scotland) 7. Mount Vesuvius 8. Lon Chaney 9. books 10. A fi re escape 11. Easter 12. Warlock 13. Yes; the “scales” at the spear’s tip are leaves. 14. Florida (Easter Sunday is Pascua Florida in Spain, the Feast of Flowers) 15. Gen. Robert E. Lee 16. Baseball (for third base) 17. A crocus variety 18. Dr. Jonas Salk 19. “Revolver” 20. Napoleon Bonaparte grandmother of Lennon Hallet. Dear sister of the late John and Jeana Bazzinotti. Dorothy was raised and educated in South Boston. She has been a resident of Malden since 1959. For many years, she worked as a bookkeeper for the Boston Globe. She was an active parishioner at Immaculate Conception Parish in Malden where she was also a member of the Mother’s Club. She enjoyed being part of a bowling league for several years. In lieu of fl owers, donations in her memory may be made to the ALS Association, 685 Canton St., Suite 103, Norwood, MA 02062.

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Page 24 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, April 5, 2019 Follow Us On: COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY SALES & RENTALS Sandy Juliano Broker/President As the temperature heats up, so does the real estate market! Call today for a free market value of your home! WE KNOW EVERETT!! Call TODAY to sell or buy with the best! CALL TODAY TO SET UP A PRIVATE SHOWING AT ANY OF OUR LISTINGS! DON’T FORGET TO ASK ABOUT BUYER AGENCY. IT IS THE BEST WAY TO ENSURE A SUCCESSFUL PURCHASE AND IT’S 100% FREE! NEW LISTING! 135-137 CHELSEA ST., EVERETT 5 UNITS - $1,200,000 Call Joe @ 617-680-7610 Call Norma @ 617-590-9143 SOLD BY DENISE! 33 FREEMAN AVE., EVERETT SINGLE FAMILY - $360,000 LISTED BY MARIA UNDER AGREEMENT! 68 NEWTON ST., EVERETT TWO FAMILY - $575,000 EVERETT 1-BEDROOM APARTMENT $1,400/MONTH CALL SANDY FOR DETAILS! EVERETT 3-BEDROOM APARTMENT $$2,000/MONTH CALL NORMA FOR DETAILS! RENTED! UNDER AGREEMENT! 45 MARILYN RD., ANDOVER. SINGLE FAMILY - $469,900 UNDER AGREEMENT! 6 RUSSELL ST., EVERETT 8-ROOM SINGLE FAMILY - $445,000 EVERETT 1-BEDROOM APARTMENT $1,750/MONTH Revere Rental! Two bedrooms with parking Call Maria for details New! Commercial Property OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY APRIL 7, 2019 2:00-3:00 NEW LISTING BY ROSEMARIE! 30 CHELSEA ST, UNIT 204, EVERETT 2 BED, 2 BATH CONDO - $369,900 OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY APRIL 7, 2019 12:00-1:30 NEW LISTING BY SANDY! 63 HARVARD ST., CHELSEA SINGLE FAMILY - $649,900 Call Norma for details! (617) 590-9143 Joe DiNuzzo - Broker Associate www.jrs-properties.com O Open Daily From 10:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. 433 Broadway, Suite B, Everett, MA 02149 Dil F 10 00AM 500 PM Norma Capuano Parziale - Agent Denise Matarazz - Agent Maria Scrima - Agent Follow Us On: Rosemarie Ciampi - Agent Kathy Hang Ha -Agent Mark Sachetta - Agent 617.544.6274

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