Ma alddealld Vol. 31, No. 26 den n AADD -FREEB URLINGTON, Mass. and FRANKLIN, Tenn. (June 30, 2022) – Tufts Medicine, a leading Massachusetts consumer-oriented health system, and Acadia Healthcare Company, the largest standalone provider of behavioral health services in the U.S., announced This week that they are forming a joint venture to build a 144-bed inpatient behavioral health facility on the site of the former Malden Hospital in Malden, Mass. The facility will address the critical need for accessible, high-quality inpatient behavioral health services for patients of all ages in the Greater Boston area. “There is a critical need for capacity in behavioral health in the Commonwealth. Our plans to redevelop the Malden Hospital site into a state-of-the-art behavioral health hospital will help address the constraints on acHOSPITAL | SEE PAGE 14 www.advocatenew ubli Have a Safe & Happy July 4th! CATET CAT ublished Every Friday 617-387-2200 Friday, July 1, 2022 Tufts Medicine and Melrose-Wakefield Hospital Partner with Acadia Healthcare to Build Inpatient Behavioral Health Hospital at former Malden Hospital Site Shown standing, from left to right, are; State Representative Paul Donato, Malden Mayor Gary Christenson, Michael Dandorph, President and Chief Executive Offi cer of Tufts Medicine, and Kelly Corbi, President of Melrose-Wakefi eld Hospital and Lawrence Memorial Hospital of Medford. Shown seated, same order; Malden Ward 3 City Councilor Amanda Linehan, and State Senator Jason Lewis. (Courtesy photos) City Hall Courtyard Dedicated to Ed Lucey Making waves! Malden High's Tony Giech Qualifies for National AAU Swim Championships Tornado senior star won state 100 Breaststroke event Bay State Games, fi nished highly in four other events; Headed to Greensboro, NC for Nationals in July By Steve Freker T ony Giech is well-known in local swim circles, for sure. Already established as a prime competitor at Malden High School, and on a regional and state level, Giech has taken it to a whole new level. At the recent statewide Bay WELL-DESERVED: Mayor Gary Christenson is shown applauding during the unveiling of the plaque which designates the Edwin C. Lucey Courtyard with former mayor Edwin Lucey last Tuesday. See page 12 for photo highlights. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino) Malden High School senior Tony Giech is shown at last week's Bay State Games Swimming Competition during the 100 Breaststroke event, which he won the state championship with a time of 1:05.51. (Courtesy/Maldonian Yearbook staff /MHS) State Games, the recently-graduated MHS senior won one event and finished highly in three others on his way to qualifying for the 2022 AAU National Swim Championships. It will be Giech's second trip to the Nationals in as many years and he is looking forward to repSWIM | SEE PAGE 9

Page 2 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 1, 2022 Fire Commissioner Emery L. Haskell receives Bronze Star Medal Special to Th e Advocate F ire Commissioner Emery L. Haskell was recently honored for his service to our Country by the United States Navy in an award ceremony aboard the USS Constitution at the Charlestown Navy Yard. On Wednesday June 15, the Admiral of the United States Navy’s 2nd Fleet visited Boston for the sole purpose of awarding the Bronze Star Medal to Emery L. Haskell, Retired U.S. Commander Naval Surface Forces Atlantic. His Citation, which was issued by the Secretary of Navy, reads as follows: “The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Bronze Star Medal to Commander Emery Haskell – United States Navy for meritorious achievement in connection with combat operations against the enemy while serving as the Rule of Law CoPictured: Commissioner Emery Haskell (center, in white) with Fire Chief Bill Sullivan, Mayor Gary Christenson and members of the Fire Department on Memorial Day. He served as Grand Marshal of the 2022 Memorial Day Parade. Lawrence A. Simeone Jr. Attorney-at-Law ~ Since 1989 ~ * Corporate Litigation * Criminal/Civil * MCAD * Zoning/Land Court * Wetlands Litigation * Workmen’s Compensation * Landlord/Tenant Litigation * Real Estate Law * Construction Litigation * Tax Lein * Personal Injury * Bankruptcy * Wrongful Death * Zoning/Permitting Litigation 300 Broadway, Suite 1, Revere * 781-286-1560 lsimeonejr@simeonelaw.net T ordinator for the Provincial Reconstruction Team from 13 May 2007 to 30 April 2008 in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. Commander Haskell’s efforts were instrumental in reestablishing the rule of law in Al Anbar province. He conducted 130 missions to engage with judicial, police and correctional offi cials, and leveraged U.S. Department of State Quick Reaction Funds to transform the Ramadi Court House and its supporting infrastructure.” With deep gratitude the City of Malden acknowledges the meritorious achievement of Malden Fire Commissioner Emery L. Haskell while serving with the United States Navy. Malden Democrats Barbecue is back – in person Next MDCC meeting on July 9; 40 Malden Democrats attend State Convention he Malden Democrats will hold their annual Summer Barbecue during the evening of OUR OFFICE HAS MOVED TO 519 BROADWAY, EVERETT SABATINO INSURANCE AGENCY 519 BROADWAY EVERETT, MA 02149 PHONE: (617) 387-7466 FAX: (617) 381-9186 Visit us online at: Rocco Longo, Owner WWW.SABATINO-INS.COM August 25 at Anthony’s of Malden. Anyone interested is encouraged to save the date. Details re: times, ticket prices, etc. will be announced in the coming weeks. Malden Democrats have been busy! Some 40 Democrats from Malden attended the Massachusetts Democratic Party Convention in Worcester on June 3-4. This was a hybrid event, so some delegates attended in person while others attended virtually. All voting was electronic. Details of the endorsement results can be found at www. massdems.org. One Malden Democrat who attended in person was Amanda Smith, a delegate from Ward 1 and member of the Massachusetts Democratic Committee. “I was impressed by the number of great Democratic candidates who spoke and sought the convention’s endorsement,” said Smith. “Attendees got to hear some very inspiring speeches and meet fellow Democrats across the Commonwealth. Especially given recent events, we all need to redouble our eff orts to ensure that Democrats win in Massachusetts and across the country.” Democrats in Malden are invited to attend the Malden Democratic City Committee (MDCC) monthly meetings and periodic Ward Democratic Committee meetings. The next MDCC meeting will be held July 9 at 10:00 a.m. via Zoom. (Email info@maldendemocrats.org to request a link. Meetings are open to the public, with Democrats and prospective Democrats especially welcome. Anyone interested in learning about upcoming events for Malden Democrats and ways to get involved should visit www.maldendemocrats.org, where they can join the email list. They can also follow the group on Twitter (@MaldenDems) and Facebook (https://www.facebook. com/groups/MaldenDems/). To learn more, Democrats can email info@maldendemocrats. org and visit the Massachusetts Democratic Party website at www.massdems.org.

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Page 6 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 1, 2022 Malden Today, Tomorrow and Yesterday – Devir Park Bandstand By Peter Levine S peaking of Devir Park...the 1958-1963 New York City– based crime show “Naked City” had a tag line, “There are 8 million stories in the naked city...” Just as in the Naked City, there are 8 million stories that have taken place at Devir Park. Here Law Offices of Terrence W. Kennedy 512 Broadway, Everett • Criminal Defense • Personal Injury • Medical Malpractice Tel: (617) 387-9809 Cell: (617) 308-8178 twkennedylaw@gmail.com is but one... Kevin Larson is now one of the tribal elders. His Malden Street cred goes back. Way back. If he wasn’t directly involved in the story, he was indirectly involved in the story. And the stories are plentiful. You may know Kevin as a Malden watchdog of sorts. The famed interlocutor has a long history over the years of placing pointed, insightful letters to the editor challenging the powers that be. Or you may know him as the guy who “married up” when he wed that lovely gal from Medford, his best friend Trish, 34 years ago this month (the marrying up line famously uttered by Kevin’s late father, Jack). Kevin remembers a night back in 1973 (?) when the Bandstand crowd bum-rushed Augustine A’s Manager Steve Ring over a fi nancial matter. Kevin remembers the evening of the altercation at Devir Park vividly and fondly. On this very warm eveThe Bandstand at Devir Park. Augustine’s Athletics player, unknown. (Photo generously donated by the Santo/Bionelli families.) ning, he remembers, one of the young Bandstand ruffi ans and Steve Ring jawing back and forth about payment for raking the infi eld. Kevin remembers his brother Ed saying, “Ohhh boy, here we go.” The Damiano brothers were present, as well as Mark “Fox” Anastas. Kevin continued, “If memory serves me right, I also recall Steve Ring having an issue with Bob Covelle about broken windows being paid for. Bob put his lawn chair on home plate and sat there holding up the game until such payment was made. My brother Ed did a hat collection real quick ordered by Steve Ring. Fourteen dollars was raised. Ed would tell that story all the time.” Thanks for the memories, Kevin. Here is another little Devir Park ~ Home of the Week ~ SAUGUS...Step inside this 3-4 bedroom Colonial and enjoy all the space this house has to offer: living room, formal dining room, huge eat-in kitchen with newer countertops and bright dining area, 3 bedrooms, 2nd floor office with built-ins (could be 4th bedroom), 1.5 baths, walk up attic with additional living space and storage area, stylish, wrap around farmer’s porch, double staircase, first floor has tall ceiling height and new flooring, fenced in backyard with inground pool and storage shed, additional side yard, perfect for garden or green space. Updates include gas heat, roof, hot water heater, energy efficient solar panels. Side street location, very convenient to public transportation and Route One. Offered at $599,900 335 Central Street, Saugus, MA 01906 (781) 233-7300 View the interior of this home right on your smartphone. View all our listings at: CarpenitoRealEstate.com story, this one taken from the archives; 1973 was a tumultuous year for Devir Park. Walter “splendid idea, place a large brick building in the middle of Malden Square and shoppers will fl ock to it” Kelliher was Mayor. According to then Ward 2 Councillor Billy Callahan, the neoclassical, Doric-columned fi eld house (the Bandstand, as we called it) had become an “eyesore” and a hangout for “unruly” young people. At one of the City Council meetings, Councilor Callahan proposed a “Resolve” to the City Council. According to written accounts, “passionate wrangling ensued at the meeting.” Callahan lost his temper and at one point one of the younger observers supporting the rehabilitation of the Bandstand broke into tears. I remember the meeting vaguely, not enough of it to remember this ruckus. The “Resolve” passed 6-5. Those voting to tear the Bandstand down – thus ruining our summer – were Callahan, James Murphy, Philip Elfman, Herbert Jackson, Paul Bartlett and (then) Councilor-Rep Jimmy Conway. Those voting against (and forever remaining near and dear in our hearts) were William Patchell, Neil Callahan, John O’Neill, Tom Cosgrove and a woman who was way ahead of her time, Amelia Miclette. Again, according to written accounts, “prospects for improved neighborhood harmony seemed better due to the YMCA Outreach Program organizing youth activities in various parts of the city.” Thank you, Greg Albert, director of the program. Thank you, Ronny Cox, Peggy Stallings, Allen Wynne, Paul O’Toole and all the rest of the dedicated Outreach staff who helped prolong the life of the Bandstand another fi ve or so years. A missive from my pal Mike: “Hi Peter, Mike Picardo here, you know, Harvey’s friend!!! Just wondering if your column/ newspaper covers the city of Everett? If so, not sure if you are aware, but 2 Everett High School Players, circa 2017 graduating class and Mass. Super Bowl Champions, were drafted by the NFL this past week. Names are Lewis Cines from University of Georgia, drafted in fi rst round by the Minnesota Vikings and Isaiah Likely from Coastal Carolina University by the Baltimore Ravens. I don’t have to tell you the odds of being drafted, but for 2 players to be drafted from the same high school in the same year doesn’t happen very often if at all. As I say, not sure if Everett news is on your radar but if it is this is worth mentioning don’t you think. Your call!! If you need more info on their behalf, Freddy Merchant would be a good source. Thanks for listening. Take care.” Thanks, Mike. I’ll be doing something on Isaiah soon. We’re claiming him as one of our own! More musings from the inimitable pen of the late John O’Brien, whose wit and wisdom endeared him to generations of Malden High School students, Maldonians and faculty at MHS. These baseball-reMALDEN: TODAY| SEE PAGE 7

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 1, 2022 Page 7 MALDEN: TODAY | FROM PAGE 6 lated “Musings” from April 18, 1974, are truly priceless. I usually don’t attempt to explain John’s work, but I am making an exception this time, so I don’t lose too many readers: • I’d trade the nylons of Greta Garbo for one good sock by Bernie Carbo. [My note: Garbo was a Swedish-American movie star of the 1930’s and 1940’s regarded as one of the greatest actresses to ever grace the silver screen. In 1974 Carbo was one year away from immortality as a member in good standing of the “Buff alo Heads” – hitting his most memorable home run in the 1975 World Series for the Red Sox, a three-run pinch-hit homer in the bottom of the eighth inning of Game 6 off the Red’s Rawly Eastwick – tying the score at 6. The contest would end in the 12th when Carlton Fisk famously clouted a walk-off homer.] • Goodbye, Ken Brett, hello, Roger Moret. [My note: this was just a little play on words by O’B. Brett, who at 18 had been the youngest player to ever pitch in a World Series game (1967 Sox against the Cards), was traded by 1971 and was long gone when this was written in 1974. Moret’s star shone brightly for the early 1970’s Sox, culminating with World Series appearances in 1975; gone to the Braves the next year.] • Cepeda was a centipede when he hit a fl y. [My note: future Hall of Famer Orlando Cepeda played the 1973 season as the Sox’ very fi rst Designated Hitter. The Baby Bull had a fi ne season, but being hampered by injuries made him a liability on the bases. Hence John’s snarky remark about Cepeda’s not running out every at bat.] • Louisville Slugger labels feature Babe in the wood. • Don’t sell Bob Short. [My note: owner of the old Washington Senators baseball team and an unsuccessful candidate for the U.S. Senate from Minnesota.] • Is the National Pastime past its time? • If the Museum of Fine Arts merged with Suffolk Downs, we’d have the mummies and the mudders. • Do you give a darn about the Sox? • Don Buddin, Don Buddin, nobody misses you. [My note: Sox bonus baby of whom at the time Red Sox owner Tom Yawkey boasted, “Buddin can become one of the top ballplayers of his time.” Out of baseball in six years with a .241 average.] • How can a fork ball miss the plate? • Aaron may have passed Ruth in the record book, but Henry will never pass aardvark in the dictionary. • Baseball is the national pastime. Hockey is the national present time. • Pesky would be great as a public address announcer at a funeral parlor. [My note: Johnny Pesky may have gone on to be a Red Sox icon, but his in-booth work left a lot to be desired.] • Juan Beniquez plus Juan Marichal equals two good ballplayers. • What’s so great about (Carlton) Fisk? I turned on my set and caught a whole game. • Is this the era of the E.R.A.? • Just think of the bonus they’d give to Honus if Wagner were alive today. “This is the end, beautiful friend, this is the end, my only friend, the end” – congratulations to Johnny “Meets” Mehos on surviving 35 years, fi ve months and 12 days working as a beast of burden for the USPS. A few months back, Johnny was preceded in retirement by Peter Myles, who also survived year after year of the most grueling working conditions known to civilized man – Peter and John getting out with their sanity and good looks still intact. These letter carriers are real heroes worthy of our admiration and praise. John, I wish for you many years of “retirement” happiness. You www.eight10barandgrille.com We Have Reopened for Dine-In and Outside Seating every day beginning at 4 PM certainly deserve it. “Meets” is one of the good guys (not only because he is from Edgeworth, insert smiley face). Maldonians, please remember these hardworking individuals around the holiday season. I’m talking lots of green stuff ed placed in an envelope with some kind words for these modern-day warriors. WE'RE OPEN! 8 Norwood Street, Everett (617) 387-9810 STAY SAFE!

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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 1, 2022 Page 9 Asha Nair awarded Walter R. Warren Prize by Mystic Valley M ystic Valley Regional Charter School recently presented the annual 2022 Walter R. Warren Prize for Excellence in Teaching to outstanding math teacher Asha Nair. The winner of the $1,000 award demonstrates a steadfast commitment to an educational approach that is faithful to the school’s charter, key design elements and mission. The award is given in memory of Walter R. Warren, a lifelong Malden resident, Korean War veteran and retired Malden Police Offi cer. After school on June 23, the prize was awarded in front of Nair’s colleagues and members of the Warren family. Nair has spent the last 14 years as a teacher at Mystic Valley. In addition to her role in the Math Department, she has served as the school’s civil rights coordinator since 2018. The prize is based on three main criteria: delivery of instruction and application of the school’s behavior management model, citizenship and virtue. According to the Chair of Mystic Valley’s Board of Trustees, George Warren – a member of the Warren family – the family only asks that the winner “use the prize frivolously and for personal pleasure.” Nair joins current teachers Amanda Gregory (2021) and Duncan Voyles (2020) as winners of the Warren Prize. Mackey & Brown Attorneys at Law Warren family members with Asha Nair, pictured from left to right: Russell and Laurie Warren, Walter R. Warren, Jr., Asha Nair, Martha Warren, Tommy Burgoin and Michael Warren. SWIM| FROM PAGE 1 resenting Malden and his club team, Mystic Valley Swim Club, in North Carolina. "It is exciting to be able to compete at the national level and I will be working hard in the next few weeks to make sure I am prepared," said Giech, who won the 100 Breaststroke at last weekend's Bay State Games with a time of 1:05.51. The Bay State Games Swim Competition event, with over 300 participants, was held this past weekend at the Boston Athletic Club in Wellesley. Giech said that while he was pleased with the win, he has confi dence he can do even better. "It was a good time, but I will be looking to improve it at the Nationals," the MHS senior said, who has achieved a lower time as a personal best in the past. Giech competed in the Bay State Games in four events, the 50-yard freestyle, the 100-yard breaststroke, the 200-yard individual medley and the 200-yard breaststroke. He fi nished 1st overall in the Malden High's Tony Giech will compete in the AAU National Swim Meet in Greensboro, N.C. from July 27-28 after placing fi rst in the 100 Breaststroke at the recent Bay State Games. (Courtesy/Tony Giech) 100-yard breaststroke with a time of 1:05.51, 2nd in the 200yard breaststroke at 2:26.16, 4th in the 200-yard Individual Medley with a personal best time of 2:12.32 and 9th in the 50-yard freestyle at 24.81. As successful as he has been in the pool, he has been a star in the classroom as well, as Giech fi nished ranked #3 in the MHS Class of 2022 and delivered the Class Orator address at graduation. He was also a two-year Captain of the MHS Swim Team, leading Malden to four consecutive league championships, in 2019 in the Northeastern Conference (NEC) and then three Greater Boston League (GBL) titles. Giech was a four-year league All-Star selection and was also a member of the MHS Student Council and the Maldonian Yearbook staff . * PERSONAL INJURY * REAL ESTATE * FAMILY LAW * GENERAL PRACTICE * PERSONAL BANKRUPTCY * CIVIL LITIGATION 14 Norwood St., Everett, MA 02149 Phone: (617) 387-4900 Fax: (617) 381-1755 WWW.MACKEYBROWNLAW.COM John Mackey, Esq. * Katherine M. Brown, Esq. Patricia Ridge, Esq. We Sell Cigars & Accessories R.Y.O. TOBACCO ---------TUBES S CIGAR WE SMOKERS DELIGHT! 15 Handmade Churchill Size Cigars including a Cohiba - Long Leaf filler - wrapped $43.95 WE’RE OPEN JULY 4th 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM HUMIDOR SPECIAL! $99.95 Complete! Reg. Priced $149.95 * Travel Humidors * Desk Top Humidors * Many Types of Lighters * Ash Trays * Juuls * Vapes * Glass Pipes * Rewards Program * CBD Infused Products * GIFTS UNDER $30 - GIFT CERTIFICATES A.B.C. CIGAR 170 REVERE ST., REVERE (781) 289-4959 Tony Giech fi nished third in his class of 449 for the Malden High Class of 2022 and served as Class Orator. (Courtesy/Maldonian Yearbook/MHS) STORE HOURS: Monday - Saturday: 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Sunday & Holidays: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Take Advantage of all our HOLIDAY SPECIALS! Buy Cigars by the Box & SAVE! Competitive prices on all Brands, Great Selection

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Page 12 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 1, 2022 City Hall courtyard dedicated to former Mayor, State Rep and City Council President Edwin Lucey for 30 years of dedicated public service By Tara Vocino G uests drove from near and far to attend the dedication of the City Hall courtyard to former mayor, state representative, City Council president/councillor Edwin Lucey, 90, on Tuesday. Edwin Lucey joked that he had to find where the relocated City Hall building was, hoping to leave things better than when he came in. Mayor Gary Christenson congratulated Edwin Lucey, who dedicated his life to public service for 30 years. Former Malden High School Principal Dana Brown, event organizer former Councillor-at-Large Debbie DeMaria (in front), City Council President/Councillor-at-Large Craig Spadafora, event honoree Edwin Lucey (in center), Ward 8 Councillor Jadeane Sica, Ward 4 Councillor Ryan O’Malley, former Ward 7 Councillor Neal Anderson, Ward 6 Councillor Stephen Winslow, Ward 2 Councillor Paul Condon, Ward 3 Councillor Amanda Linehan and State Representative Stephen Ultrino. Event Organizer Debbie DeMaria, who is a former Councillor-at-Large. Edwin Lucey and family: children Greg and Marie (in back) and Susan and Rob Farrell and Scott Lucey; granddaughter Audrey; daughter Nicole and grandson Adam with Edwin Lucey. School Committee members with Edwin Lucey, pictured from left to right: Chair/ Mayor Gary Christenson, Ward 1 member Michael Drummey, Vice Chair/Ward 3 member Jennifer Spadafora, Ward 7 member Keith Bernard, former member Michelle Bucci Luong and Lucey. On Tuesday the City Hall courtyard was dedicated to Edwin Lucey, who previously served as mayor, state representative, City Council president and councillor-at-large. In front of the courtyard plaque are State Representative Paul Donato and Edwin Lucey. Former Malden Mayors Richard Howard and event honoree Edwin Lucey and current Malden Mayor Gary Christenson The standing room only crowd listens to former mayor Ed Lucey's remarks.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 1, 2022 Page 13 Thousands enjoy Malden restaurants, businesses at Phantom Gourmet Food Festival By Tara Vocino Thousands took advantage of summer temperatures to sip and dine along Exchange and Pleasant Streets during Saturday’s Phantom Gourmet Food Festival, which occurred – for the first time – in Malden. Phantom Gourmet host Dan Andelman was present. The television show profiles local restaurants that serve good food. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino) Phantom Gourmet Food Festival visitor Matthew Brew took a bread sample from Piantedosi Baking Company EVP/co-owner Joseph Piantedosi Jr. Mayor Gary Christenson was happy to see the large crowds supporting Malden restaurants and organizations. Shown from left to right: Ward 8 Councillor Jadeane Sica, John Bernbaum, Ward 7 Councillor Christopher Simonelli and Kelly Gibbs drank a coffee sample from Alltown, which has a Saugus location. Bread of Life staffers, shown from left to right: Grocery Delivery Coordinator Tyrone Evans, Executive Director Gabriella Snyder Stelmack, Everett Mobile Market Coordinator Charlene Wilson and Volunteer Coordinator Eileen Mullen sold raffle tickets to win a $25 Phantom Gourmet gift card and a gift basket. At 61 Exchange St., visitors took a break from food sampling to check out Project: PUTT! – a one-of-kind mad science meets mini golf entertainment – which opened recently. Marie and Greg Lucey with Exchange Street Bistro coowner Giovanni Longo, displaying short rib arancini, which are Italian rice balls. Shown from left to right: Jim Crowe, Ward 1 Councillor Peg Crowe, Everett resident Steven Jones, Malden resident Jamila Rogers, Ward 7 Councillor Christopher Simonelli and Kelly Gibbs enjoyed samples from Mike’s Hot Honey. Shown from left to right: State Rep. Steven Ultrino, retired Malden Fire Chief Jack Colangeli and former Malden High School Principal Dana Brown. Members of the crowd waited in line along Exchange Street to sample food and drink from Malden and other surrounding communities’ restaurants. Shown from left to right: Renee Plaisival, Gerina Joyner, Phantom Gourmet host Dan Andelman and Sharrol Shirer enjoyed corned beef, pulled pork pizza and a whoopie pie from Game On!, Bleacher Bar and Back Bay Social during Saturday’s Phantom Gourmet Food Festival, which was held for the first time in Malden, on Exchange and Pleasant Streets.

Page 14 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 1, 2022 HOSPITAL | FROM PAGE 1 cess to care that our health care providers and our patients and families face every day,” said Michael Dandorph, President and Chief Executive Officer of Tufts Medicine. “We are proud of the services that MelroseWakefield Hospital and Lawrence Memorial Hospital have provided and these plans expand upon the legacy of high-quality, compassionate care they have long delivered to patients.” Representing a $65 million investment in the community, the proposed 144-bed hospital will provide the latest in inpatient and intensive outpatient behavioral health care programs for its patients, addressing the continuum of care needed to support the wellbeing of patients and their families. As a new construction, the facility will replace the Malden Hospital building and tout a smaller footprint than the existing structure. The project will also set aside more than nine acres of land for conservation and open space, creating .A@?C@BC lasting benefits for the communities of Malden and Medford. With a proven track record of collaborating with health systems across the country, Acadia Healthcare maintains a commitment to patient- and family-centered care and strong clinical outcomes. “Acadia is extremely pleased to be partnering with a premier integrated healthcare system like Tufts Medicine, and who shares in our mission and values,” said Christopher Hunter, Chief Executive Officer for Acadia Healthcare. “We look forward to creating this modern, patient-centered facility that will provide life-saving services to individuals and families throughout the region. 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Best Regards Stephen Winslow, City Councillor, Ward 6 Schedule for the Day 9:00 AM: Opening Ceremonies (Pledge / Anthem) 9:30 AM: Amusements Begin: Bouncy Houses, Face Painting 9:30 AM: Dashes (In the Outfield) Ages (Girls then Boys) 2 yrs & under …………………… Distance (yards) 5 3 yrs ……………………………… 10 4 yrs ……………………………… 15 5 & 6 yrs ………………………… 25 7 – 8 yrs …………………………. 50 9 – 10 yrs …………………………. 50 On Granite Street 11 – 12 yrs …………………………. 75 13 and up ……………………………… 100 10:00 – 12 noon: Pony Rides (Pine Tree Grove) 10:15 – 11:00 AM: 1st Round Basketball Free Throw Contest Court Area (8-10, 11 – 12, 13+ including adults) 10:30 AM Ball Pass Team Relay (Outfield Area) (12 and under) Trafton Road Race (Granite St to Valley and back) 13+ 11:00 AM: Costume, Decoration & Talent Shows Parade of Costumes & Decorations (Playground to the Big Tent) Most Patriotic Costume (0-3 yrs and 4-12 yrs) Most Patriotic Decorations (0-3 yrs and 4-12 yrs) (bicycles, strollers, wagons etc.) Tic Toc Talent Show 30 Seconds to Show off Your Dance and Musical Talents 11:00 AM: Final Round – Basketball Free Throw Contest Top Shooters from Round 1 Return for a Shoot Out 11:30 – 12:30: Free Lunch Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Sausages, Pizza, Drinks Ice Cream Truck Sponsored by New England Security 12:30 PM Water Balloon Toss (Outfield) 12:45: Prize Raffle 50 – 50 Drawing Red Sox Tickets Courtesy of New England Security Bicycle Raffle – ~Ages 5 to 8 (Child must be present) 1:00 PM Clean-up to win Raffle Tickets Dunkin’ Donut Gift Card Raffle to insufficient psychiatric inpatient bed capacity. We are honored to have the opportunity to expand our programs and services to address behavioral health capacity constraints and community need through partnership with a nationally recognized expert in behavioral health who shares our mission and values for high-quality care.” “For over 20 years, this site has been an issue for the City and the neighborhood. Coming together on a solution that balanced the desires of many required genuine teamwork,” said Malden Mayor Gary Christenson. “I want to thank Tufts Medicine, our State Delegation, and City Councillor Amanda Linehan for their patience and perseverance. I know Tufts Medicine is sincere in their commitment to working collaboratively from here on as they go through the permitting process and address questions, and I look forward to the outcome of that process.” The project will go through a local and regulatory review process. Once it is complete, MelroseWakefield Hospital and Lawrence Memorial Hospital in Medford will consolidate their inpatient behavioral health services at the new hospital. The combination of services will contribute to the new center of excellence of comprehensive inpatient care, and the partnership will look to augment current services by developing innovative care delivery models to better integrate behavioral health services. “Health care should be a basic human right, but too many people in Massachusetts currently struggle to access the high quality, timely and affordable mental health care they need,” said Senator Jason Lewis. “This new state-of-the-art behavioral health hospital will add significant new capacity to serve patients of all ages from Malden and the entire region. I'm very grateful to the team from Tufts Medicine, Mayor Gary Christenson, City Councilor Amanda Linehan, Representative Paul Donato, and everyone who has worked for years to put together this innovative project that combines critical health services with protected conservation land that will be a great asset to the community." “Behavioral health has become an important matter across our state,” said State Representative Paul Donato.I am glad to see the Malden Hospital site return to healthcare use to address these needs. I appreciate the thoughtfulness that has gone into this project, especially the commitment to providing greater open space as part of the redevelopment. I look forward to continuing to work closely with Tufts Medicine through the local and regulatory process to ensure continued community engagement and focus on community needs.” "Across the Commonwealth, we have seen an increased and urgent need for behavioral health services, particularly in the past two years during the peak of the pandemic," said State Representative Steven Ultrino. "In the State House, we have worked hard to pass comprehensive mental and behavioral health legislation addressing barriers to these services. I look forward to engaging with our residents and working with our partners at Tufts Medicine to ensure the facility will provide quality behavioral health services and address needs of our community." Tufts Medicine and MelroseWakefield Hospital will be engaging with the community throughout the process, including holding a community meeting to provide more information about the project, answer questions from residents, and hear community feedback. Information about community engagement can be found at MelroseWakefield.org/MaldenHospFuture.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 1, 2022 Page 15 Former Malden Firefighter Pleads Guilty to Possession and Distribution of Controlled Substances OSTON – A former Malden firefighter pleaded guilty on June 23 in federal court in Boston in connection with conspiring to distribute controlled substances including oxycodone, suboxone, Klonopin and Adderall. Joshua Eisnor, 43, of North Reading, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute controlled substances. U.S. District Court Judge Leo T. Sorokin scheduled sentencing for Oct. 11, 2022. Eisnor was charged on May 26, 2022. While working as a firefighter at the Malden Fire Department, Eisnor distributed controlled substances to other members of the Malden Fire Department. “As a firefighter, Mr. Eisnor was responsible for the safety and wellbeing of Malden’s residents. His conduct violated this duty by potentially compromising the security and operations of the fire department B and putting residents at risk,” said United States Attorney Rachael S. Rollins. “My office has a zero-tolerance policy for public officials who abuse their positions of trust.” “Former Malden firefighter Joshua Eisnor admitted today to dealing drugs—while on duty—to his fellow firefighters, putting them, and the community they serve in potential danger," said Joseph R. Bonavolonta, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Boston Division. “His actions are an affront to the overwhelming majority of firefighters who go to work substance-free and alcohol-free every day and risk their lives to protect ours.” “Prescription drugs offered illegally have no guarantees of safety or efficacy and hold the potential to harm those who use them,” Bradley E. Greenburg, Acting Special Agent in Charge of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Office of Criminal Tie softball game highlights this years Agganis all-star contests By Greg Phipps he annual four-day Agganis All-Star event featured an odd tie game and, as always, showcased some of the best talent in the area. The Games kicked off with the traditional opening ceremony on Sunday and included a 9-9 tie in the softball clash. Lynn Classical's Izzy Faessler T was named MVP for the South softball team while Gloucester's Natalie Aiello took the honor for the North. The game did also end in a tie as recently as 2017. So, this year's deadlock was not the first time that has happened in the 24-year history of the softball contest. In baseball's 27th annual game at Fraser Field, the South notched a 7-5 victory led by MVP Mike Krouse of Peabody. Saugus's Ryan Anderson was a member of this year's South squad. The North emerged victorious, 12-7, in the girls' lacrosse game. Hamilton-Wenham's Haley Hamilton was MVP for the North. Saugus players Georgia Fiore and Elise Rego were members of the South squad. The North also scored a victory in the boys' lacrosse game. Investigations, New York Field Office. “We will continue to investigate and bring to justice those who put the health of the public at risk.” “The VA Office of Inspector General is committed to investigating those who would abuse VA’s programs and services,” said Christopher F. Algieri, Special Agent in Charge of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General’s Northeast Field Office. “The VA OIG thanks the U.S. Attorney’s Office and our law enforcement partners for their hard work leading to today’s guilty plea.” The charge of conspiracy to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute controlled substances provides for a sentence of up to 20 years in prison, five years of supervised release and a fine of up to a $500,000. 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Page 16 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 1, 2022 Lots going on in Malden this summer! T he busy season already begun in downtown Malden – with the first Summer Festival on June 4 and the fabulous turnout at the Phantom Gourmet event last weekend where nearly 8,000 people were in attendance – will continue in July and August. On Tuesday, July 12, Malden’s Summer Concert Series will resume with a performance by “The Smack Dabs.” On Tuesday, July 26, “That’s Ben Gardner’s Boat” will perform. On Tuesday, August 9, “Brothers Walk Band” will be featured, and on Tuesday, August 23, “The Reminsants” will wrap up the series. All concerts will take place from 6-8 p.m. on City Hall Plaza. The second of the Malden Summer Festivals series will ment with a price tag estimated at $500 million. “Ensuring that the commonBeacon Hill Roll Call By Bob Katzen GET A FREE SUBSCRIPTION TO MASSTERLIST – Join more than 22,000 people, from movers and shakers to political junkies and interested citizens, who start their weekday morning with MASSterList—the popular newsletter that chronicles news and informed analysis about what’s going on up on Beacon Hill, in Massachusetts politics, policy, media and influence. The stories are drawn from major news organizations as well as specialized publications selected by widely acclaimed and highly experienced writers Keith Regan and Matt Murphy who introduce each article in their own clever and inimitable way. MASSterlist will be e-mailed to you FREE every Monday through Friday morning and will give you a leg up on what’s happening in the blood sport of Bay State politics. For more information and to get your free subscription, go to: https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/aPTLucK THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Hill Roll Call records representatives’ votes on a roll call from the week of June 20-24. There were no roll calls in the Senate last week. $10.9 BILLION TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE PACKAGE (H 4897) House 155-0, approved and sent to the Senate a nearly $11 billion transportation and infrastructure package that includes $400 million for the MBTA to address safety problems identified by the Federal Transit Administration’s Safety Management Inspection and $250 million for initial steps toward a western Massachusetts rail extension. Other provisions include $2.8 billion for projects on the interstate and non-interstate federal highway system; $82 million for rail improvements; $1 billion for transit system modernization and rail improvements; $114 million for the Airport Improvement Program; and $200 million to create an extensive electric vehicle charging infrastructure, fund programs that promote e-bikes, public transportation and carsharing; replace high-emissions vehicles; and acquire electric school buses. House members filed more than 300 amendments, many dealing with local projects in legislators’ home districts, but there was little debate and not a single roll call vote on any individual amendment. Instead, members made their cases behind closed doors to the leadership and all the amendments that were given the green light by the leadership ended up in one gigantic consolidated mega amendwealth’s transportation infrastructure is adequately funded is a top priority for the House, which is why I’m proud of the legislation passed today,” said House Speaker Ron Mariano (D-Quincy). “In addition to significant funding for roadway and bridge projects, this bill also recognizes the importance of providing further support for the MBTA in their ongoing effort to address safety concerns and for the ever-important East-West Rail project.” “This legislation sets the table for the next administration to take full advantage of the additional billions of dollars, both state and federal, for critical transportation projects throughout the state,” said Rep. Bill Straus (D- Mattapoisett), House chair of the Committee on Transportation. “The House has wisely used the bill as an opportunity to again demonstrate its commitment to roads, bridges and public transit.” (A “Yes” vote is for the package). Rep. Paul Donato Yes Rep. Steven Ultrino Yes ALSO UP ON BEACON HILL REACTION ON BEACON HILL TO THE U.S. SUPREME COURT RULING STRIKING DOWN ROE V WADEThere was swift reaction across the state to the Supreme Court’s ruling that the constitution does not confer the right to an abortion and that decisions about regulating abortion are now up to each of the 50 states. Gov. Charlie Baker said he was “deeply disappointed” with the decision and he quickly signed an executive order to protect access to reproductive health care services in the commonwealth. “This executive order will further preserve that right and protect reproductive health care providers who serve out of state residents,” said Baker. “In light of the SuREAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS BUYER1 NG, WAN T GAO, RUNZI CONNELL, NORMAN R LAZO, ESTEBAN A BASITH, ROBIUL M LAU, THANG C BUYER2 LI, XI SANTAWISOOK, PATCHARA FLORES-LAZO, SONIA M LIU, LU SELLER1 LI, PEI J CHEN, LI JU JSC HOLDINGS LLC PHAM, ROLAND JIA, YIFAN ROONEY PROPERTIES LLC SELLER2 YANG, XUE Q WU, KENT take place on Saturday, July 16, from 12-4 p.m. – Malden preme Court’s ruling overturning Roe v Wade, it is especially important to ensure that Massachusetts providers can continue to provide reproductive health care services without concern that the laws of other states may be used to interfere with those services or sanction them for providing services that are lawful in the commonwealth.” “We are grateful for all those who never stopped fighting for the lives of the unborn,” said Andrew Beckwith, the President of the Massachusetts Family Institute. “For decades, we were told this was a ‘settled issue’ in American law and culture, but that was a lie and the tide has turned. The legalization of abortion by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1973 was one of the most egregious cases of judicial activism this country has ever seen. It resulted in over sixty million dead American children and an unending contentious public debate. “This dangerous and chilling decision will have devastating consequences across the country, forcing people to travel hundreds, sometimes thousands, of miles for care or remain pregnant,” said Dr. Jennifer Childs-Rosha, President of Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts (PPLM). “Abortion is health care, and access to care should not be based on one’s zip code, income level or identity. This is a dark day for our country, but we’ve been preparing for this. In Massachusetts, abortion will remain legal and protected under state law – the Court’s decision does not change this, and PPLM is here for our patients today, and always.” Myrna Maloney Flynn, Massachusetts Citizens for Life’s president, said, "This is a moment that life advocates have worked tirelessly for throughout the past half-century. A grave and unjust abuse of judicial power has been corrected. The American people now have a voice, a united voice that, today, raises even louder on behalf of the voiceless. Our work is just beginCenter will be once again transformed into an open-air street fair and stage area featuring live music, a vintage clothing village, artists’ stations, a farmers’ market and much more. That same evening at Spicy World (157 Pleasant St.), a Comedy Show featuring Malden’s very own Dave Russo alongside Medford’s Irish comedy tour headliner Mike “The Comedy Barbarian” McCarthy will take place. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. and the show begins at 7 p.m. The final Summer Festival of 2022 will be on August 13 from 12-4 p.m. and will feature amazing feats of strength! ning, as we aim to bridge the great cultural chasm that Roe v. Wade created. We will not stop working to save the lives of innocent unborn human beings.” “The court’s ruling will have an immediate and devastating impact on people seeking abortion care in nearly half of the country, taking from them a right that has been central to their ability to plan their lives, families and careers,” said Carol Rose, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Massachusetts. “These burdens will disproportionately fall on people of color, those struggling to make ends meet, young people, rural residents, immigrants and LGBTQ+ communities. And make no mistake: anti-abortion politicians won’t stop here. Extremists have made it clear that they will use this ruling to press for a nationwide ban on abortion, as well as bans on birth control, gender-affirming care, and equal marriage, among other basic civil rights and liberties. The ACLU won’t back down until every person has the freedom and ability to make these most personal and life-changingdecisions for themselves and their families.” BAKER SIGNS ELECTION LAW BILL (S 2924) – Gov. Charlie Baker signed into law the bill making permanent the mail-in and early voting options used in Massachusetts in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic. This version of the bill did not include the controversial section allowing sameday voter registration. The measure requires the secretary of state to send out mail-in ballot applications, with return postage guaranteed, to registered voters before each presidential primary, state primary and biennial state election. It also allows registered voters to request a mail-in ballot for all elections in a single calendar year. BHRC | SEE PAGE 17 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. ADDRESS 58-60 LINDEN AVE 95 CLIFTON ST #L1 8 BOWMAN ST 82 OLIVER ST 9 NEWMAN RD #9 40-42 UPHAM ST #2 CITY MALDEN MALDEN MALDEN MALDEN MALDEN MALDEN DATE 06.08.22 06.10.22 06.07.22 06.10.22 06.10.22 06.06.22 PRICE 850000 340000 650000 735000 325000 510000

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 1, 2022 Page 17 Upcoming programs at the Malden Public Library O n Thursday, July 7, 10:30am (at the Malden Public Library) Diane Edgecomb, Storyteller:"Trail Mix" Step off the Beaten Path and into the Big Outdoors in this fun-loving Participatory Program with award-winning storyteller Diane Edgecomb. We’ll go on a fossil dig in Montana to discover a new dinosaur and take on the world’s sassiest bugs all before we break out our lunch pails. Join in the stories, songs and FUN that have made Diane Edgecomb one of New England’s favorite storytellers. Diane has been featured on NPR and is a winner of a Parent’s Choice award for her CDs and recordings. This program is supported by a grant from the Malden Cultural Council, a local agency, supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency. MASSHEALTH ESTATE RECOVERY HARDSHIP WAIVERS heir’s family group was less than or equal to 133% of the applicable federal poverty level income standard. Care provided Hardship M BHRC | FROM PAGE 16 Other provisions include reducing the registration blackout period from 20 days prior to an election to 10 days; electronic voting options for voters with disabilities and military service members; allowing a voter with disabilities to request accommodations including an accessible electronic ballot application, ballot and voter affidavit that can be submitted electronically; ensuring that non-felons who are incarcerated who are currently eligible to vote are provided with voting information and materials to exercise their right to vote; and requiring the secretary of state to conduct a comprehensive public awareness campaign to publicize the new voting and registration options. “My office has anticipated this new law and preparations are already well underway for the September 6th state primaries,” said Secretary of State Bill Galvin. “Every voter in Massachusetts can expect to receive a pre-addressed, postage pre-paid Vote by Mail application in just a few weeks. Voters who prefer to vote in person will be able to take advantage of expanded in-person early voting or vote at their polling place on Election Day.” “This landmark election reform bill will empower voters and strengthen our democracy,” said Sen. Barry Finegold (D-Andover), Senate Chair of the Committee on Election Laws and co-sponsor of the measure. “In 2020, mail-in and early voting options helped generate record-breaking turnout. “[The bill] builds upon this progress and will help ensure that every voter can exercise their fundamental right to vote.” “The [bill] will expand voter participation in Massachusetts at a time when other states are seeking to make it more difficult to participate in our democracy,” said Senate Majority Leader Cindy Creem (D-Newton). “As the lead Senate sponsor of the [bill], I am very happy that the bill has now been signed into law.” “The most secure way to vote is in person and on Election Day,” said Paul Craney, spokesman for the Mass Fiscal Alliance. “Handing over your ballot to the United States Postal Service does not guarantee your vote will count. It’s rather disappointing the governor and Democratic lawmakers are pursuing this new law which is less secure.” In the meantime, Massachusetts Republican Party Chairman Jim Lyons filed a lawsuit aimed at overturning the Legislature's passage of the part of the new law that codifies universal no-fault mail-in voting. He said that the Massachusetts Constitution lists only three instances whereby citizens can vote absentee during elections: If they're out-of-town, physically disabled or have a religious-based conflict with Election Day. "There's a reason why we have three branches of government, and we're confident that the Supreme Judicial Court will strike down and expose the Democrats' unconstitutional permanent expansion of mail-in voting," Lyons said. HIT AND RUN LAWS (H 4504) – The House gave initial approval to legislation that would change a current law that imposes a fine of between $500 and $1,000 on any all-terrain vehicle (ATV) or other recreational vehicle driver who leaves the scene, without giving information to the driver of the other vehicle, of a hit and run accident that does not result in death. The bill would impose the same fine but would also add the possibility of a one-year prison sentence. The bill also creates a new crime of leaving the scene of an accident that results in a death and imposes up to a $5,000 fine and/or 2.5 years in prison for that new crime. The bill, dubbed the James Ward Act, was filed in response to the tragic death of a young man in the district of sponsor Rep. Kathy LaNatra (R-Kingston). According to LaNatra’s office, James Ward was riding ATVs with his father and his brother. He collided with another driver, who told James’ father that he would go and get help buthe never returned to the scene and went back to the party which he was attending. Sadly, the young man later succumbed to his injuries. “I filed this legislation to prevent ATV riders from fleeing the scene of an accident and ensure that they are held accountable for their actions,” said sponsor Rep. Kathy LaNatra (R-Kingston). “I want to ensure that what the Ward family went through on that tragic day, doesn't happen again.” EXTEND TAX BREAKS TO MORE FARMERS (H 3059) – The House approved and sent to the Senate a bill that would expand current law and make more farmers eligible for a favorable valuation of property process that results in a tax break. Under current law, to be eligible for the favorable valuation and the resulting tax break, a farmer must own and be farming a minimum of five contiguous acres of land. The bill would reduce the required number to two and not require the acres to be contiguous. The bill also reduces the required acres to two in cities or towns with a population of more than 50,000. Supporters said that farming practices have been modernized and farmers no longer need vast contiguous acreage to grow crops and manage their livestock. They noted that in Eastern Massachusetts, contiguous land is getting harder to acquire. “Farming is changing and it is growing exceedingly difficult for new farmers to find land and for existing farmers to keep the land they have,” said the measure’s sponsor Rep. Paul Schmid (D-Westport). “This bill would extend the benefits of a favorable valuation to small plots effectively preserving far land in Massachusetts.” QUOTABLE QUOTES – BAY STATE GUBERNATORIAL ELECTION EDITION Sen. Sonia Chang Diaz (D-Boston) dropped out of the race for the Democratic nomination for governor. Her name will still remain on the September Democratic primary ballot as June 10 was the last day a candidates can withdraw their name from the ballot. Her exit leaves Attorney General Maura Healey as the only Democrat actively campaigning for the Democratic nomination. Former Sen. Geoff Diehl and Chris Doughty are vying for the Republican nod. BHRC | SEE PAGE 19 assHealth has the right to seek recovery for MassHealth benefits paid against the estate of the MassHealth recipient. Even if someone never entered a nursing home that was paid for by MassHealth, recovery can be sought against the estate of a MassHealth recipient living in the community for benefits received after reaching the age of 55. There are three hardship waivers that can be applied for by completing the appropriate MassHealth waiver request form. The waiver form must be submitted to the Estate Recovery Unit no later than 60 days after the MassHealth Notice of Claim is filed in the Probate Court. They are as follows: 1. Residence and Financial Hardship Waiver 2. Care Provided Waiver 3. Income-based waiver Residence and Financial Hardship Waiver: 1. The heir lived in the property on a continuous basis for at least 2 years prior to the member’s admission to an institution or death and continues to live in the property when MassHealth files its notice of claim; 2. The heir inherited an interest in the property from the deceased member’s estate; 3. The heir is not being forced to sell the property by other devisees or heirs; and 4. At the time MassHealth first presented its claim, the annual gross income of the Waiver: 1. The heir resided in the home continuously for 2 years prior to the member’s admission to an institution or before the member’s death; 2. During that time, the member needed, and the heir provided, a level of care that avoided the member’s admission to a facility; 3. The heir continues to live in the home at the time the notice of claim is filed; 4. The heir inherited an interest in the property from the deceased member’s estate; 5. The sale of the property is required to satisfy the claim; 6. The heir is not being forced to sell the property by other devisees or heirs; Income-Based Hardship Waiver: 1. MassHealth will grant either a partial or full waiver of estate recovery based upon the income of the heir who inherited an interest in the member’s estate. 2. The amount of the waiver will be limited to $50,000 if the heir’s family group had a gross income below 400% of the applicable federal poverty level for 2 years prior to the date of the notice of claim being filed; 3. The amount of the waiver will be 100% if the heir’s family group had a gross income below 133% of the applicable federal poverty level for 2 years prior to the date of the notice of claim being filed. It is important to be informed of these hardship waivers. It is also imported to avoid probate if at all possible as estate recovery can only be brought against the “probate” estate and not against property held in Trust. Joseph D. Cataldo is an Estate Planning/Elder Law Attorney, Certified Public Accountant, Certified Financial Planner, AICPA Personal Financial Specialist and holds a Master’s Degree in Taxation.

Page 18 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 1, 2022 avy eniiooravvy S iorn or avvyavy vvy io How to Hire an In-Home Helper for an Aging Parent Dear Savvy Senior, I would like to hire an in-home helper for my 82-year-old mother to assist with household chores like housekeeping, grocery shopping and driving her to the doctor, etc. But mom doesn’t require any personal/physical caregiving, nor does she require any home medical care. Any tips to help us fi nd someone? Searching Sarah Dear Sarah, Getting your mother some help at home to handle some of her day-to-day chores is a smart idea that can make a big diff erence keeping her independent longer. Here’s are some tips to help you fi nd someone reliable. In-Home Help For seniors who could use some help at home – but don’t need a caregiving aide for personal care – there are homemakers/home helpers you can hire that can help make life a little easier. Most in-home helpers can assist with any number of things like shopping, running errands, transportation, light housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, arranging services (home maintenance, lawn care, etc.) and other household chores, along with providing companionship and support. And, if your mom gets to the point she needs personal/physical care like bathing or dressing, many home helpers can assist with this too. Most home helpers are part time workers who work a few hours a day or a few days per week. You also need to know that while Medicare does cover home health care services if a doctor orders it, they do not cover in-home homemaker/helper services. There are two ways in which you can go about hiring someone for your mom; either through a home care agency, or you can hire someone directly on your own. Home Care Agency Hiring a home helper through a non-medical home care, or non-medical companion care agency is the easiest, but most expensive option of the two. Costs typically run anywhere from $15 to $25 an hour depending on where you live. How it works is you pay the company, and they handle everything including assigning appropriately trained and pre-screened staff to care for your mother and fi nding a fi ll-in on days her helper cannot come. Some of the drawbacks, however, are that you may not have much input into the selection of the aide, and the helpers may change or alternate, which can cause a disruption. To fi nd a home care agency in your area, use search engines like Google or Yahoo and type in “non-medical home care” followed by the city and state your mom lives in. Or you can use Medicare’s home health services search tool at Medicare.gov/care-compare – click on “home health services.” Most home health agencies offer some form of non-medical home care services too. You can also check your local yellow pages under “home health services.” Hiring Directly Hiring a personal assistant/home helper on your own is the other option, and it’s less expensive. Costs typically range between $12 and $20 per hour. Hiring directly also gives you more control over who you hire so you can choose someone who you feel is right for your mom. But be aware that if you do hire someone on your own, you become the employer so there’s no agency support to fall back on if a problem occurs or if the assistant doesn’t show up. You’re also responsible for paying payroll taxes and any worker-related injuries that may happen. If you choose this option, make sure you check the person’s references thoroughly and do a criminal background check. To fi nd someone, ask for referrals through friends or you can search online at sites like Care.com or CareLinx.com. For more information on hiring in-home help for your mom, the Family Caregiver Alliance off ers a helpful guide that you can access at Caregiver.org/resource/hiring-home-help. 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. iori by Jim Miller Robert H. Meyer, a lifelong resident of Malden, passed away suddenly on Sunday, June 19th. Robert was born in 1956, the son of Harold and Joan Meyer. He was raised and educated in Malden, graduating from Malden High OBITUARIES Robert H. Meyer School with the Class of 1974. For many years, Robert Worked for the City of Malden running the city's street sweeper until his retirement. Later he then became a deliveryman for a local Dental lab. Robert was a past coach for the Babe Ruth League, coaching The Barons followed by coaching his daughter’s softball team the Angels. He was a past member of the East Side Athletic Association. In his spare - LEGAL NOTICE - City of Malden, Massachusetts INSPECTIONAL SERVICES 215 Pleasant Street, 3rd Floor Malden, Massachusetts 02148 (781) 397-7000 ext. 2044 MALDEN PLANNING BOARD PUBLIC HEARING The Malden Planning Board will hold a public hearing in the Herbert L. Jackson Council Chamber, Malden City Hall, 215 Pleasant Street, Malden, MA at 7:00 P.M. on Wednesday, July 13, 2022 on the petition of 204-210 Highland Avenue Realty Trust (Permit Application # CMID 046540-2022) seeking a special permit under Title 12, Chapter 28, Section 010(D)(1) of the Code of the City of Malden, to alter, structurally change, extend and change use of a preexisting nonconforming property in the Residence A zoning district, namely, to construct additions and reconfigure the interior of the existing 2 ½-story building and convert the building from a restaurant and singlefamily dwelling to a four-family dwelling, at the property known as and numbered, 204-210 Highland Avenue, Malden and by Malden City Assessor’s Parcel ID# 038 188 803. Petition and plans are available for public review in the Inspectional Services Department, City Hall, 215 Pleasant Street, 3rd Floor, Malden, MA and on the City website under Permit Application #CMID 046540-2022 at https://permits.cityofmalden.org/EnerGov_Prod/ SelfService By: Kenneth Antonucci Clerk June 24, July 1, 2022 - LEGAL NOTICE - City of Malden, Massachusetts MALDEN BOARD OF APPEAL PUBLIC HEARING The Malden Board of Appeal will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, July 20, 2022 at 6:30 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada) at Malden City Hall, 215 Pleasant St, Room #106 Herbert L. Jackson Council Chambers, Malden, MA on Petition 22-006 by Antonio Antenor for a variance of - Title 12, Code of the City of Malden as amended through February 1, 2022 –12.20.010 Table of Off-Street Parking and Loading Regulations as per Plans RES-045272-2022 at the property known as and numbered 10 Newton Street, Malden, MA and also known by City Assessor’s Parcel ID #096-422-223 Additional information, Petition & plans available for public review in the Office of Inspectional Services, 215 Pleasant St., 3rd floor, Malden MA or online at www.cityofmalden.org or https://permits.cityofmalden.org/EnerGov_Prod/SelfService Nathaniel Cramer Chairman July 1, 8, 2022 Advocate Call now! 617-387-2200 advertise on the web at www.advocatenews.net time, he enjoyed fi shing, watching golf, the Boston Bruins, Boston Red Sox, as well as the San Francisco 49ers. He is survived by his daughter, Kelly A. Meyer of Malden, his twin sister Margie Doucette of NH, his granddaughter, Savanah and grandson Braeden. All funeral services will be private.. Dorothy V. (Muise) MacGregor Dorothy V. MacGregor (Muise), 91, of Malden, passed away on Monday, June 13th. Dorothy was born in Gloucester November 14th 1930, the daughter of Melvin and Margaret Muise. In 1950, she married her sweetheart, William A. MacGregor, and the two settled down in Malden together to raise their family. The two shared over 70 years of marriage together. Dorothy stayed home taking care of their 2 children William and John. She also loved bingo, shopping, bowling, and playing cards with her sisters. She is survived by her sons, William H. MacGregor and wife, Denise of Everett and John W. MacGregor of Malden, her grandchildren, John, Scott, James, and Heather, her great grandchildren, Allison, Hannah and Robert and her brother, John Muise. Dorothy was preceded in death by her husband William MacGregor and her siblings Wilfred Muise, Pauline Thompson, Barbara MacLean, Murielle Muese. Funeral Services were held at Puritan Lawn Cemetery, in Peabody. Classifieds

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 1, 2022 Page 19 BHRC | FROM PAGE 17 Here are some quotes from Chang-Diaz upon her exit from the campaign: “I know my announcement about this campaign will feel like an ending to many of you, but I don't see it that way. I got into this race because Beacon Hill has taken too long to address our commonwealth’s biggest challenges due to a lack of courage from our political leaders. We don’t overcome that by winning one election. We overcome it by winning a handful and then dozens and then hundreds of elections.” ---Chang-Diaz. “The reality is this race has always been about more than just me. It’s been about all of us coming together and building a movement for courage and urgency in this state. A good leader calls the question and focuses resources not just on themselves— but on the best way to build our power and win real change for the long-term.” ---Change-Diaz “I am going to be spending my time campaigning and marshaling my supporters and the movement we’ve built for these Courage Democrats down ballot, candidates who walk the walk when it comes to our values. I have no doubt that they will fight to put courage over politics in our state, and I am going to be using my energy to help put them into office.” ---Chang-Diaz Here’s what the candidates still in the race said: “I'm deeply grateful to Sen. Sonia Chang-Díaz for her many years of service to Massachusetts and her inspired leadership during this campaign. The legacy of her campaign will live on through the young girls who finally saw themselves represented in a candidate for the highest office in the state. I look forward to continuing to partner with Sen. Chang-Díaz to bring people together and make Massachusetts work for all of our families.” ---Maura Healey "I would like to thank State Sen. Sonia Chang-Díaz for her candidacy for governor and I wish her all the best. Her departure from the race makes this now a clear contest between my vision to make Massachusetts a better place to live and work, and the policies of Maura Healey which would drive more families and businesses to leave our state in search of better opportunities elsewhere. I look forward to a spirited campaign that provides contrast between these two different visions over the next several months." ---Geoff Diehl Wed. June 22 Chris Doughtydid not respond to repeated requests from Beacon Hill Roll Call for a comment on Chang-Diaz’s withdrawal. 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 No House session No Senate session. Thurs. June 23 House11:02 a.m. to 6:26 p.m. Senate 11:26 a.m. to12:31 p.m. sessions are only one aspect of the Legislature's job and that a lot of important work is done outside of the House and Senate chambers. They note that their jobs also involve committee work, research, constituent work and other matters that are important to their districts. Critics say that the Legislature does not meet regularly or long enough to debate and vote in public view on the thousands of pieces of legislation that have been filed. They note that the infrequency and brief length of sessions are misguided and lead to irresponsible late-night sessions and a mad rush to act on dozens of bills in the days immediately preceding the end of an annual session. During the week of June 20-24, the House met for a total of eight hours and 50 minutes and the Senate met for a total of one hour and 28 minutes. Mon. June 20 No House session No Senate session Tues.June 21 House11:01 a.m. to12:27 p.m. Senate 11:22 a.m. to11:45 a.m. Fri. June 24 No House session No Senate session Bob Katzen welcomes feedback at bob@beaconhillrollcall.comBob founded Beacon Hill Roll Call in 1975 and was inducted into the New England Newspaper and Press Association (NENPA) Hall of Fame in 2019. - LEGAL NOTICE - COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Middlesex Division Docket No. MI22P2292EA Estate of: EDWARD LEONARD PASHOIAN Also Known As: EDWARD L. PASHOIAN Date of Death: January 19, 2022 INFORMAL PROBATE PUBLICATION NOTICE To all persons interested in the above captioned estate, by Petition of Petitioner Mark Pashoian of Melrose, MA, a Will has been admitted to informal probate. Mark Pashoian of Melrose, MA has been informally appointed as the Personal Representative of the estate to serve without surety on the bond. The estate is being administered under informal procedure by the Personal Representative under the Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code without supervision by the Court. Inventory and accounts are not required to be filed with the 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. July 1, 2022

Page 20 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 1, 2022 JOHNNY A. | FROM PAGE 8 1. On July 1, 1804, George Sand was born, a French author who was known for wearing what kind of clothes? 2. What was the Dress Act of 1746 by Great Britain’s Parliament? 3. Telephone numbers were fi rst used in Lowell, Mass. (due to a measles epidemic) in what year: 1867, 1879 or 1909? 4. On July 2, 1869, in Boston, Mass., the brig Novelty landed with what cargo from Matanzas, Cuba, in large tanks? 5. In 1777 the fi rst organized Independence Day celebration took place in what city? 6. On July 3, 1938, President Franklin D. Roosevelt dedicated the Eternal Light Peace Memorial where? 7. Who was the oldest Declaration of Independence signer: John Adams, Samuel Adams or Benjamin Franklin? 8. On July 4, 1960, a star was added the fl ag for what state? 9. In what state was the fi rst newspaper that published the Declaration of Independence? 10. On July 5, 1841, what then current Massachusetts Representative/former President wrote in his diary that he dined at the White House and “There was turtle soup from a turtle weighing 300 lb a present from Key West”? 11. Which New England state has the country’s oldest July 4th parade? 12. From summit to base, what is the world’s tallest mountain: Mauna Kea in Hawaii, Mount Kilimanjaro or Mount Everest? 13. Reportedly, what is the most popular seafood in the USA? 14. July 6 is National Fried Chicken Day; the fi rst known U.S. recipe for fried chicken was in “The Virginia Housewife, Or Methodical Cook,” which was published when: 1825, 1866 or 1899? 15. Southerners called the Battles of Manassas just that; why did Northerners call them the Battles of Bull Run? 16. What is the world’s most common bird? 17. Which U.S. president promoted a brand of steaks? 18. What color agave plant is the most common for making tequila? 19. What country has three areas known (in English) as “toe,” “heel” and “spur”? 20. On July 7, 1906, athlete Leroy Robert Paige was born; he had what nickname? ANSWERS City of Malden 215 Pleasant Street Malden, Massachusetts 02148 conservationcommission@cityof malden.org City of Malden Massachusetts CONSERVATION COMMISSION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 131, Section 40, Wetlands Protection Act (as amended) of the Massachusetts General Laws that a Hearing of the City Of Malden Conservation Commission will be held on Tuesday, July 12, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom. Hearing of a Request for Determination of Applicability (RDA) for the proposed installation of a 10’x10’ mausoleum at Holy Cross Cemetery. Work is proposed within the buffer zone to Bordering Vegetated Wetland (BVW). 100-foot On June 16, 2021, Governor Baker signed into law An Act Extending Certain COVID-19 Measures Adopted During the State of Emergency. This Act includes an extension, until July 15, 2022, of the remote meeting provisions of his March 12, 2020, Executive Order Suspending Certain Provisions of the Open Meeting Law. In person attendance of this meeting is prohibited, and all effort will be made to permit public attendance of this meeting, in the manner specified below, via remote access by internet, telephone, and if available via public broadcast of the meeting by Malden Access Cable Television on public access television channels. Public access will also be provided by posting draft minutes, and/or a transcript, recording, or record of the meeting on the City of Malden website at cityofmalden. org as soon as practicable after the meeting. Additional information/guidelines for the public can be found here: https://www.mass.gov/service-details/updated-guidance-on-holding-meetingspursuant-to-the-act-extending-certain-covid-19-measures Meeting information is as follows: https://cityofmalden.zoom.us/j/95842454090?pwd=cWFyc2ZIaFUxbnowTlF odzVXREZqdz09 Meeting ID: 958 4245 4090 Passcode: 103796 Dial by your location: +1 646 518 9805 US (New York) Isaac Slavitt Chairman July 1, 2022 gle "Oh Yeah," which charted number one in the U.S. on the AAA radio format.It marked the fi rst time in over a decade that an instrumental had achieved the number one spot on radio. The album went on to sell over 100,000 copies. In 2003, Gibson Custom Guitar company, in close collaboration with Johnny, released a "Johnny A." Signature Model guitar, designed to the artist's specifi cations. His solo album, Get Inside was released by Steve Vai’s Favored Nations label in 2004 and yielded two radio singles, "I Had to Laugh," which was nominated for a Grammy, and a radio edit of the title track "Get Inside." In 2010, Johnny A. released One November Night, a live DVD/CD set recorded at Sculler's Jazz in Boston.In 2010, Johnny also became the recipient of The Boston Music Award's Blues Artist of the Year 2010. Driven, which saw Johnny A. mixing, producing, and playing all the instruments, was released in the spring of 2014.He was also inducted into the Boston Music Hall of Fame in 2014. In 2015, Johnny A. joinedThe Yardbirds, touring and playing with the group as its lead guitarist. He left the band in 2018 after playing with them for three years. His playing style encompasses elements of rock, jazz, and blues, and he often uses a whammy bar. He cites artists such as The Beatles, The Yardbirds, Everly Brothers, Wes Montgomery, Chet Atkins, Jeff Beck, Jimi Hendrix and Les Paul as many of his musical infl uences. 1. Amantine-Lucile-Aurore Dudevant, a female with the pen name George Sand, wore male attire. 2. It made wearing Scottish Highlander dress, including the tartan kilt, illegal. 3. 1879 (A callee’s name was previously given to a switchboard operator.) 4. Molasses 5. Philadelphia 6. The Gettysburg Battlefi eld 7. Benjamin Franklin 8. Hawaii 9. Pennsylvania (The Pennsylvania Evening Post) 10. John Quincy Adams 11. Rhode Island (in Bristol) 12. Mauna Kea (Its base is below the ocean’s surface.) 13. Shrimp 14. 1825 15. That is the name of the stream at the battlefi eld. 16. The domestic chicken 17. Donald Trump (Trump Steaks) 18. Blue 19. Italy (Calabria, Salento and Gargano, respectively) 20. Satchel (played in Major League Baseball in his later years)

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