THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, May 10, 2019 Page 11 Temporary Test Pilot to be installed at Broadway and Bike Path Memorial Day in Malden 2019 P Temporary test pilot of new road layout where Broadway crosses the Northern Strand Community Trail. (Photo by City of Malden) O n Thursday, May 9, the City of Malden Engineering Department installed a temporary test pilot of a new road layout where Broadway (Route 99) crosses the Northern Strand Community Trail (Bike Path). The test will continue through Monday, May 13. The Malden Traffi c Commission approved the test in order to provide input into a statefunded eff ort to improve the safety of many trail crossings in Malden, part of an even larger state-funded project to pave the Northern Strand Community Trail from the Malden line through Revere, Saugus and Lynn. Councillor-at-Large Stephen Winslow noted that the test is an eff ort to respond to HONORED | FROM PAGE 10 Music Director for the Lexington Symphony and former Music Director for the Boston Ballet Orchestra; and Jeff Fischer, principal timpanist with the Boston Ballet Orchestra, Boston Lyric Opera Company and the Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra of Boston. With a degree in Music Education from Boston Universimultiple comments by trail users at a May 2018 public meeting expressing safety concerns with the Broadway crossing. The safety hazard arises when drivers swing around other vehicles that have yielded to people using the crosswalk. The test pilot will install temporary lines and signage to test the design of restricting traffi c to one lane in the southbound direction at the trail crossing. After the vehicles cross the trail, vehicles will then enter either the left turn or through right turn lanes. The northbound lane will not be aff ected. For more information contact the City Engineering Department at 781397-7000 Ext. 2042 or ylip@ cityofmalden.org. ty, Buda is a self-taught drummer extraordinaire who found himself tapping away in the smoky jazz parlors of New Bedford during his teen years and as part of the Navy Band during the Korean War. He can be heard on the theme songs of the children’s programs “Sesame Street” and “Zoom.” Buda married the love of his life, Miriam, with whom he has two sons: Eli and David. lease join the Malden community at a series of events that will take place on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27 as we remember and honor the men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifi ce for our Nation’s freedom. At 9 a.m. there will be a dedication of the Lance Corporal Thomas R. Moore, Jr. Memorial Square at the corner of Belmont and Ferry Streets. Lance Corporal (LCpl) Moore, who served in the United States Marine Corps, was out on patrol with the 2nd Platoon, G Company, 2nd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division when he was killed near Da Nang, Vietnam, on February 20, 1970. A 1967 graduate of Malden High School, LCpl Moore was just 20 years old at the time of his death. He ended each letter sent home to his family in Malden with “Pray for me,” and the last letter his mother received was dated February 19, 1970. At 10 a.m. the annual Memorial Day Parade will kick off at the corner of Salem, Ferry and Main Streets and will proceed north on Main Street to Forest Street and into Forest Dale Cemetery. There will be a short ceremony at Forest Dale Cemetery, then the parade will resume onto Pierce Street, turn right onto Salem Street and end at the corner of Salem, Ferry and Main Streets. This year’s Grand Marshal will be Herbert “Bob” Goodwin, a combat veteran of the Korean War, where he served for more than a year. Good                                win enlisted in the U.S. Army on September 6, 1951, and was honorably discharged on May 19, 1953. During the war, he participated in three military campaigns, and for his service he was awarded the Korean Service Medal with three bronze battle stars. Born in Everett, Goodwin is a longtime resident of Malden. In 1953 he married his wife of 65 years, Joanna, as soon as he returned home from the Korean War. The Goodwins have lived in the same Edgeworth home since they married and where they raised their four children. Any person or group who would like to march or volunteer in the Memorial Day Parade should contact Kevin Jarvis at 781-397-7139 or email kjarvis@cityofmalden.org.                                                       Pictured above from left to right: Fred’s wife, Miriam Buda; their son Eli Buda; and Forestdale Park Senior Living Executive Director Terri Guenard.

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