Maldden alld a Vol. 30, No. 27 den AADD Special to The Advocate U S Senator Edward Markey (D-Malden) was on hand at the Malden Center MBTA station last week for the "Malden Cares" kickoff.During his visit, the senator pledged his continued support for funding and programs which address the needs of our most vulnerable residents. Malden Cares is a grant funded collaboration between the City of Malden and Malden Overcoming Addiction with the goal of outreach, education and support. Recovery Coaches will be on site at Malden Center every Monday through Friday from 3:30-5:30 PM for the next 12 weeks. There will be a resource table, snacks, water and the Recovery Coaches will be engaging with the public each afternoon. MALDEN CARES | SEE PAGE 10 TREMENDOUS SUPPORT: U.S. Senator Ed Markey with the Malden Opioid Task Force & Malden Cares team give a big “thumbs up”. (Photo courtesy of Paul Hammersley) Everett man, 30, held without bail in Malden home invasion murder Suspect arrested in Ashland on Wed. in shooting of Everett woman, 30, during robbery at Malden home By Steve Freker A tragic case of being “in the wrong place at the wrong time” cost a 30-year-old Everett woman her life early Tuesday morning when she was shot and killed during a Malden home invasion, according to local and state authorities. A 30-year-old Everett man, Brian Butler, was ordered held without bail on serious charges in connection with the slaying, including murder, after a “not guilty” plea was entered on his behalf by his attorney at his arraignment in Malden District Court on Wednesday. The murder victim was identified in court on Wednesday as Erin Fitzgibbon, 30, of Everett, Brian Butler, 30, of Everett, faces murder and other charges in connection with the shooting and slaying of a 30-year-old Everett woman who was a visitor at a house on Fairmont Street in Malden, which Butler allegedly robbed of drugs and cash. (Courtesy Photo/ Middlesex DA’s Office) who apparently was sleeping in an upstairs bedroom when BAIL | SEE PAGE 9 Noriega-Murphy named new Superintendent of Schools Special to The Advocate T he Malden School Committee announced that Ligia Noriega-Murphy has joined the Malden Public Schools as Superintendent of Schools. After a thorough transition, her first day in Malden was July 1, 2021. Mayor Gary Christenson, on behalf of the committee, called the Superintendent-Elect to formally offer her the position after the committee vote in March. Without hesitation she accepted and expressed her gratitude to the Malden community and how excited she is to become a part of the Malden Public Schools family. Mayor Christenson said, “I’d like to personally thank my colleagues on the School Committee, the members of the superintendent screenThe Advocate - A household word in Malden for 30 years! CTE CAT AT -FREE- www.advocatenews.net Published Every Friday 617-387-2200 E Friday, July 9, 2021 Malden Cares Kick-Off event with support from Sen. Markey Ligia Noriega-Murphy ing committee led by members Jennifer Spadafora and Adam Weldai, and the entire community-at-large for the amount of hard work, thoughtfulness, and engagement that they brought into this process.” Superintendent Noriega-Murphy has a long hisSUPERINTENDENT | SEE PAGE 4

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The Saturday Program offers students from the district’s sending communities who do not attend the career and technical education school in grades nine through 12 an opportunity to learn more about industries, such as automotive technology, business technology, drafting and design, carpentry, cosmetology, culinary arts, design & visual communications, electrical, health assisting, heating, ventilation & air conditioning/refrigeration, metal fabrication, plumbing and robotics. Divided into three, four-week programs, courses through the Saturday Program are free and are led by a Northeast Metro Tech instructor. Participants in the program follow an abridged version of each shop’s curriculum. “We are so grateful to the Cummings Foundation for awarding us this generous grant and for recognizing the value of our program,” said Superintendent DiBarri. “This funding will allow us to continue offering this program with certainty for the next 10 years, and give more students an opportunity to access career and technical education.” Northeast Metro Tech encourages all those interested to apply for the Saturday Program, the next offering of which will begin in early October. Students looking to register for the summer offering or a future program can email their school guidance counselor or Program Director Joseph O’Brien at jobrien@ northeastmetrotech.com. This grant is a part of the Cummings Foundation’s $25 Million Grant Program. In total, 140 grant winners were chosen, each receiving a minimum of $100,000. The Cummings Foundation’s $25 Million Grant Program primarily supports nonprofits in Massachusetts in the Middlesex, Essex and Suffolk Counties. For more information on the Cummings Foundation grants, visit cummingsfoundation.org. Combined Properties Welcomes New Tenant in Malden New Tenant to Occupy 3,890 Square Feet of Retail Space M A BUSINESS CHECKING ACCOUNT THAT CHECKS ALL THE BOXES. LOW MONTHLY FEES - ONLINE BANKING & BILL PAY REMOTE DEPOSIT CAPTURE - COIN SERVICES TALK TO US TODAY ABOUT OUR DIFFERENT BUSINESS CHECKING ACCOUNTS. WE’LL HELP YOU FIND THE RIGHT OPTION. EVERETT – 419 BROADWAY LYNNFIELD – 7 7 1 SALEM STREET 61 7-38 7 - 1 1 10 Visit our website to learn more at: EVERETTBANK . COM Member FDIC Member DIF ALDEN – Combined Properties, Inc. is pleased to welcome Smileland Dental, its newest tenant in Malden, MA. Smileland will occupy 3,890 square feet of retail space at 209 Centre Street in the city’s Central Business District (CBD). Smileland is led by Dr. Yavari, who serves as a diplomate for the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. He also devotes his time to mentoring and educating future pediatric dentists as a faculty member at NYU Langone. Smileland also recently opened an office in Westborough, MA. “We are excited to have RIGHT BY YOU reached an agreement with Smileland Dental. We look forward to building a long-term relationship with them and believe they will have a positive impact on Malden Center’s ecosystem of goods and services.” said Greg Regazzini, S.V.P., Director of Leasing at Combined Properties. “We pride ourselves on providing our clients with the highest quality customer service and property management so that they can concentrate on cultivating growth and profitability in this dynamic retail climate.” Regazzini represented Combined Properties in this transaction. 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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 9, 2021 Page 3 Forestdale Park Celebrates Community Ambassadors 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 Forestdale Park’s Resident Ambassadors M ALDEN - When a new resident moves into Forestdale Park, they’re welcomed with a full calendar of social events and lunch dates with new friends. That’s all thanks to the community’s fifteen volunteer resident ambassadors, who take turns greeting new residents and sharing meals with them to help make sure everyone feels at home in the Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support community. The ambassador program, which was started last year, has grown from a few friendly faces to a full team of volunteers who find joy in showing new residents around the community, walking with them to programs and activities, and joining them for lunch or dinner in the community’s restaurant-style dining room. For many of the ambassadors, they were motivated to join the program after moving in and seeing how helpful the program is first-hand. To recognize the commitment and kindness of their resident ambassadors, Forestdale Park recently threw a special luncheon for all fifteen ambassadors, presenting them with official badges that they can wear around the community at a catered lunch. For the Forestdale Park team, it was a way to say thank you and show their appreciation for such a vital role. “We are truly fortunate to have so many gracious, welcoming residents who live here at Forestdale Park and want to take time to make new friends feel at home here,” said Forestdale Park Executive Director Terri Guenard. “Moving into a new home can feel overwhelming, but having someone to eat lunch with and go on a van trip with can make all the difference in feeling welAUTOTECH 1989 SINCE Is your vehicle ready for the Summer Season?!! Recharge your vehicle's AC for the warm weather! Includes up to 1 LB. of Refrigerant* (*Most Vehicles/Some Restrictions May Apply) AC SPECIAL Only $69.95 DRIVE IT - PUSH IT - TOW IT! Resident Ambassador Virginia Ruane at the luncheon come and having a positive experience. We are grateful for our ambassadors every day.” Forestdale Park offers service-enriched Independent and Assisted Living and a Compass Memory Support neighborhood all on one campus on Forest Street in Malden. For more information on Forestdale Park, please visit www.ForestdalePark.com. CASH FOR YOUR CAR, TRUCK OR SUV! 2012 HONDA PILOT EXL 2011 FORD FESTIVA Loaded, One Owner, Sunroof, Back-up Camera, Warranty, Only 101K Miles! TRADES WELCOME! $15,900 Resident ambassadors received official badges recognizing their role Financing Available! Only 105K Miles, Clean Title, Save Money on Gas! Great Commuter Car! TRADES WELCOME! $5,995 (781) 321-8841 • (617) 571-9869 Easy 1236 EasternAve • Malden EddiesAutotech.com Vehicle! We Pay Cash For Your

Page 4 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 9, 2021 Councillor Ryan O’Malley Receives Unanimous Endorsement of Laborers’ Local Union No. 22 F or decades, even over a century in some cases, the infrastructure of our nation has been left to waste away into dangerous incidents waiting to happen. Those incidents are happening more and more frequently; often leading to unnecessary death and destruction of property. For too long, we have heard about the dangers of lead water pipes, crumbling roads and sidewalks, bridge collapses, natural gas explosions, and the dangerous deterioration of public and private buildings. It is time to re-build our nation from the ground up. As the Federal government debates the size and scope of major infrastructure funding, we must begin to prepare our local workforce to be professionally trained to rise to the challenge of completely reconstructing the infrastructure of our community. From gas lines and water pipes, to playgrounds and fire stations, we have a golden opportunity to rebuild Malden better than it has ever been before. The key to this challenge is ensuring that local workers from Malden are given the chance to construct the high-quality projects our community deserves. Ryan O’Malley City Councillor Ward 4 Projects built with the utmost care and attention given to safety and the quality of construction. Projects that are built by professional union workers from Malden. As a former union worker and organizer, I have witnessed firsthand the benefits of collective action to fight injustice and improve the quality of life for all people.Good paying union jobs are crucial to the economic health of post-industrial communities like Malden. Unions present a golden opportunity to not only rebuild the infrastructure of our community but also the middle class in Malden. That is why I am happy to announce that Laborers’ Local Union No. 22 has unanimously endorsed my candidacy for the Malden City Council representing Ward 4. In solidarity, Ryan O’Malley City Councillor Ward 4 Tech Tour at City Hall on July 14 at 10 a.m. A scheduled tour of the technology facility that powers Malden and its school system S ervers find a new home: After several moves to temporary offices associated with the Gerry D’Ambrosio Attorney-at-Law Is Your Estate in Order? Do you have an update Will, Health Care Proxy or Power of Attorney? If Not, Please Call for a Free Consultation. 14 Proctor Avenue, Revere (781) 284-5657 behind city operations moved into the new Network Operations Center (NOC) at 215 Pleasant St. The new, state-ofthe-art electrical and environmental control systems provide advanced cooling and emergency power subsystems for the entire operation. This is the infrastructure that is behind Malden’s Police, Fire, DPW and government services across the city. SUPERINTENDENT | FROM PAGE 1 tory in public education, having spent the last 26 years in the Boston Public Schools as a teacher, department leader, principal and assistant superintendent. She prides herself on finding and providing the tools for young people to succeed. Noriega-Murphy was excited about coming to Malden because of its diversity, the opportunity to build on communication and feeling of community, and the chance to strengthen teaching and learning across the district. Malden’s Director of Technology, Anthony Rodriguez, will give a brief tour to some school parents on how the communications infrastructure runs in the schools. The tour of the City Hall facility is being organized for parents on July 14 at 10 a.m. Space is limited. Please message School Committee Member Joe Gray if you have any interest in joining this informative adventure! move out of the old City Hall and into temporary space, the servers and nervous system

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 9, 2021 Page 5 Pierrette honored by Massachusetts Black and Latino Legislative Caucus O n Friday, February 26, the Massachusetts Black and Latino Legislative Caucus (MBLLC) recognized Malden resident, educator and community leader Erga Pierrette during the Black Excellence on the Hill event, which is held annually to commemorate Black leaders and trailblazers who are driving progress and positive change in cities and towns across Massachusetts. Each year MBLLC invites all state legislators to nominate one individual from their district to receive recognition at the Black Excellence on the Hill event. The recognition is intended to highlight the heritage and work of those belonging to the Black diaspora, and the MBLLC seeks to recognize a broad, diverse and inclusive cohort of Black leaders, trailblazers and changemakers from across Massachusetts. “As leaders, educators and as a community we need to center humanity. We need to push for equity with fidelity, and also hold folks accountable. Protocols and procedures are needed so that people can report their experiences when their rights are violated. We need our policies to show that we value equity, justice and access for all. Our Black and Brown neighbors have been hurting and they are still hurting in our community; we need to act with urgency to change this narrative. There is a lot of work to be done and it will take all of us to do it, together,” said Pierrette. “It takes one person to make a difference and it takes a group of people to bring forth change.” Pierrette is a social worker, community organizer and visionary leader who is dedicated to dismantling systemic racism in the community. She has been a constant advocate for ongoing antiracism training for the Malden community, including Malden educators and government employees. In addition, Pierrette advocates for creating antiracism policies and practices within the city, for decolonizing the Malden Public School curriculum and for the hiring and retention of Malden educators and government employees of color. Pierrette envisions a Malden where people’s identities do not predict their educational, health, economic and other outcomes – where the population of people is reflected in leadership roles throughout the city, and all students feel represented, seen, heard and supported. Pierrette is an active volunteer who sits on multiple advisory boards and is a member and leader in many community groups. She has been a member of the City of Malden’s Advisory Group for Obama’s Pledge (AGOP) and is an executive board member of the Mystic Valley Branch of the NAACP, president of 1RACE, Inc. (Rooting Action to Cultivate Equality), a member of Malden Police Alternatives and Accountability, a co-chair of the Malden Cultural Council, a co-convener of Malden Community Organizing for Racial Equity (MaldenCORE) and a member of the steering committee of Malden Reads. She guided Malden Reads to make programmatic decisions SAVINGS NOW & DOWN THE ROAD! Auto Loans as low as 1.99% PURCHASE or REFINANCE Apply FAST at massbaycu.org or call (617) 269-2700 www.eight10barandgrille.com We Have Reopened for Dine-In and Outside Seating every day beginning at 4 PM SOUTH BOSTON – EVERETT – QUINCY – SEAPORT *APR=Annual Percentage Rate. APR includes a .25% discount for automatic payments. 1.99% APR is for terms up to 48 months. Monthly payment is $21.69 per $1,000 borrowed. 2.24% APR without automatic payments. Monthly payment without automatic payments is $21.80 per $1,000 borrowed. Other rates and terms are available. Up to 105% financing based on NADA retail value. Qualification restrictions apply. Rate, term, and approval based on credit worthiness. Rates are subject to change without notice. Federally insured by NCUA WE'RE OPEN! 8 Norwood Street, Everett (617) 387-9810 STAY SAFE! APR* that promote learning about racism and creating space for reflection. Pierrette was instrumental in starting Malden’s Annual Juneteenth Freedom Celebration and Juneteenth Flag Raising Ceremony. She believed it would be important that the Juneteenth flags be raised at all the schools in the district. For the first time in Malden’s history, it happened! “We join Senator Lewis and the Commonwealth in not only recognizing Malden resident Erga Pierrette but thanking her as well for her advocacy and commitment to dismantling systemic racism in our city,” said Mayor Gary Christenson. “Erga’s leadership has been and continues to be a driving force in our work to create antiracism policies and practices within our community, schools and in city government. I am certain that her tireless work and dedication to effecting change will make Malden a better place that is more inclusive and equitable for all.” “Erga Pierrette is a key leader in the work to dismantle PIERRETTE | SEE PAGE 7

Page 6 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 9, 2021 Malden Today, Tomorrow and Yesterday – Malden’s 4th Annual Juneteenth Celebration By Peter F. Levine I t is said in Malden today, tomorrow and yesterday... At Malden City Hall Plaza on Saturday, June 19, Maldonians stood elbow to elbow and shoulder to shoulder in celebration of Malden’s Fourth Annual Juneteenth Flag Raising Celebration. Yes, you heard that right, Malden’s Fourth – as Mayor Gary Christenson proudly explained to the gathering. Not our first, as many cities in the Commonwealth celebrated – Malden way ahead of the curve as usual. A very nice crowd showed up, the plaza was full. With about 80,000 people living in Malden, though, I’d love to see all of Pleasant Street occupied for next year’s event. Spread the word. Bob and Diana Cataldo spent 60 years together, 56 of them married. Bob passed on in March of 2019 (yes, I know, hard to believe two years now) and left an enduring legacy behind. Bob and Diana started their ambulance service in 1977, opening the doors of Somerville Ambulance Service in August of that year. The business thrives today because of Bob’s and Diana’s loving and caring natures. Cataldo Ambulance was recognized today as an industry leader. Bob loved life. This short story illustrates that: 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 heart. Bob would later go on to joke that Diana had a big V8 and he had only a total “crap box” and that is why he lost. Bob Cataldo, remembered. Great to see Douglas Tran on a recent late-night visit to Malden’s happy place, All Season’s Table. He looked tanned and rested with that trademark Douglas Tran personality and smile in full effect. My Cosmo was prepared by our regular mixologist, whose name, I am ashamed to admit, I do not know. Nobody in the city is better at preparing a cocktail than this young man, by the way. This kid could give Brother Cleve a run for his money. (Google Brother Cleve!) Our night was made when we ran into the always affable Captain Paul Hopkins of the Malden Police Department and Mr. and Mrs. Edgeworth, Dom and Sheila Fermano. Maldonians! A.S.T. is open and ready to serve you! Please make sure you find time to support Douglas and the rest of the other outstanding restaurants in the Square this summer. Councillor-at-Large Craig Spadafora attended the Juneteenth celebration, not because he had to but because he cares – his heart and soul fully invested in the city that he grew up in – a community and event he takes to heart, in the city that he and his whole family have made a better place to live for decades, generation after generation of Spadaforas giving back to the community and the country. So, we’re trying to determine what we should order at A.S.T. – my brother Joe, Greg “Son of Paul” Phaneuf and myself. Everything looks so good. Everything is good. So, we figured because there were two Levines present one “All Season’s Table Sampler” would not suffice. We decided on two A.S.T. Samplers and some chicken fried rice. Shortly Everett Aluminum 10 Everett Ave., Everett 617-389-3839 Owned & operated by the Conti family since 1958 • 57 Years! “Same name, phone number & address for family since 1958 • 63 over half a century. We must be doing something right!” •Vinyl Siding •Free Estimates •Carpentry Work •Fully Licensed •Decks •Roofing • Fully Insured • Replacement Windows www.everettaluminum.com Now’s the time to schedule those home improvement projects you’ve been dreaming about all winter! Vocalist Lydia Harrell with ASL Interpreter Stephanie Hakulin during Malden’s Juneteenth Celebration (Courtesy Photo) after ordering our food arrives (but not like Kowloon where 30 seconds after you order, your food is on the table) – gone in a flash with three content and satisfied Maldonians calling it a night. Thank you, A.S.T., for all that you do for Malden. I have received so many wonderful emails from people letting me know how much they appreciated and enjoyed the “Happy Mother’s Day Newland Street Moms” article I published a little while back. Cathy MacMullin was the impetus for me leaving my comfort zone (Edgeworth) and venturing outside of Ward 2 for an article. For that, I thank her. But I must also thank her for providing me with the bones for the article. It was Cathy’s words and heartfelt sentiments that made that article work. It was Cathy’s life story, and the story line of her many friends and family members, that made that a joy to read (and write). Cathy, MALDEN: TODAY| SEE PAGE 10 Summer is Here!

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 9, 2021 Page 7 Residents of 630 Salem St. enjoy Chalk Art Show Josie, a resident of 630 Salem St., viewed the Chalk Art Show from her balcony. A group effort was needed for this creative design. (Courtesy Photos) R esidents of 630 Salem St. recently enjoyed a Chalk Art Show – viewing the artistic talents of Mystic Valley Regional Charter School students. The students created attention-grabbing artwork by using chalk on the front and rear sidewalks of the building for the residents to see. Along with the Chalk Art Show, these students have been kind to the residents during the pandemic by creating and delivering cards, treats and origami trees, hearts and flowers. The event, which was organized by Mystic Valley Elder Services Resident Services Coordinator Terri Fitzgerald, was a celebration of the end of the school year and the end of pandemic restrictions. Mackey & Brown Attorneys at Law * 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. This artistic student created a ray of sunshine. This is an inspirational message created by one of the students. PIERRETTE | FROM PAGE 5 systemic racism in the City of Malden, and the impacts of her work resonate throughout our entire region,” said State Senator Jason Lewis, who nominated her for the recognition at this year’s Black Excellence on the Hill event. “I am proud to represent her in the State Senate and I look forward to supporting her important work and vision as we all work together to build a more just and equitable community.” Erga is dedicated to unity and bringing people together. This is evident through her partnerships and community collaborations for different events. On July 10, in collaboration with the Malden Public Library, the Network for Social Justice and the Mystic Valley area Branch of the NAACP, the documentary “PUSHOUT: The Criminalization of Black Girls in School” will be screened via Zoom. Erga will moderate an important panel discussion on the film, also via Zoom.

Page 8 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 9, 2021 Latest Medford Community Chorale video and an invitation! The SIXTH Medford Community Chorale and Youth/Young Adult “virtual choir video”, “Sing!” is ready! (Please see link): https://youtu. be/97jPDQkkkUI T he video - as well as all of the group’s previous videos - is available on YouTube (“Sing!Presented by the Medford Community Chorale”); on their website (medfordcommunitychorale. org); and on the group’s Facebook page (Medford Community Chorale). The adult chorale welcomed 2 new videoparticipants this time - including one member who participated from Lansing, Michigan - and the youth/young adult chorus welcomed 1 new participant! Director Betsy Pesce hopes that those who participated enjoyed their experience, and says that once again, while this project has been a lot of work, it has also continued to be a wonderful and fun learning experience for all concerned.Betsy would like, once again, to extend her heartfelt appreciation to Julie Kelleher, technical director; Dr. Holly Zagaria, accompanist; Salvo Gaglio, trumpeter; Jonathan Hess, drummer; the youth chorus parents, the group’s generous sponsors, and to all of the wonderful singers for all of their effort and their hard work. The chorale just recently received approval from the Medford Community Schools office to resume in person rehearsals in September (Wednesday, September 8th) and would like to extend an invitation to ANY adult or youth singer who would like to do so to join them! If you and/or your child/children would like to participate - and the group hopes you will! - Please contact Betsy Pesce, Director, at elizabethpesce@comYou asked... for more Memory Care units. SCHEDULE A TOUR jfazekas@chelseajewish.org 617.887.0826 cast.net, or at 617-335-8155 as soon as possible for more information. Previous Medford Community Chorale & Youth/Young Adult videos: “The Sound of Music”: https://youtu.be/jr3GuDclp2g “I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing”: https://youtu.be/k0-ju4MybWg “Lift Every Voice and Sing!”: https://youtu.be/3zkZsGBCrN4 “Do Re Mi”: https://youtu.be/DAvIgabVRec “Thank You for the Music”: https://youtu.be/LDtCjBj1_ aY” Northeast Metro Tech thanks community leaders for supporting school building project W AKEFIELD – Superintendent David DiBarri of Northeast We heard you! More Florence & Chafetz Assisted Living units opening soon. Campuses in Chelsea, Peabody and Longmeadow www.chelseajewish.org • 617.887.0826 Metropolitan Regional Vocational High School (Northeast Metro Tech) wishes to thank community leaders who are requesting the state use federal American Rescue Plan Act funding to help pay for a new school building. Revere Mayor Brian Arrigo, Malden Mayor Gary Christenson and Chelsea City Manager Thomas Ambrosino are requesting support for the funding for a new state-ofthe-art building. Gateway City Mayors Shaunna O’Connell of Taunton and Paul Coogan of Fall River are seeking similar spending for the new Bristol Plymouth Regional Technical School in Taunton and for Greater Fall River Vocational Technical High School in Fall River. These five Gateway City leaders are asking state leaders to commit $300 million of the Commonwealth’s expected $5.3 billion from the American Rescue Act funds. Northeast Metro Tech is planning a new state-of-the-art facility that will allow the District to expand from 1,270 students to about 1,600, drastically reducing the District’s student wait list. The building project is estimated to cost $317.5 million. The grant award from the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) is estimated to be only $140 million, resulting in a cost to Northeast Metro Tech’s member communities of $177 million. The MSBA is reviewing the proposal and will vote on the final disbursement in August. Northeast Metro Tech’s 12 sending communities will be responsible for the balance of the costs. Tax impact information for all 12 communities will be available this summer. DiBarri and fellow superintendents are asking the MSBA to increase its anticipated grant awards to reflect actual costs of these worthy construction projects. “Urban students should have the same access to receive relevant and rigorous instruction in Career Technical Education, in safe and state-of-the-art facilities, as students in suburban districts,” DiBarri said.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 9, 2021 Page 9 Malden Democrats to meet Sat., July 10 T he next regular meeting of the Malden Democratic City Committee (MDCC) will take place on Saturday, July 10, from 10-11:30 a.m. online via Zoom. These monthly meetings enable residents to connect with fellow Democrats, discover volunteer opportunities and learn about issues and candidates – locally, statewide and beyond. Meetings of the MDCC are open to the public, BAIL | FROM PAGE 1 Butler allegedly burst into the home, brandishing a gun and firing off shots before dashing up the stairs to the second floor and shooting Fitzgibbon in the head. Butler, who fled the scene on Fairmont Street, Malden, around 7:15 a.m. Tuesday, shortly after the shooting, was arrested in the town of Ashland without incident by state and Malden police, who conducted an around-the-clock investigation following the shooting. Prosecutors said Butler went to the home on Fairmont Street, located in Malden’s Belmont neighborhood, shortly after seven o’clock Tuesday morning, wielding a handgun and intending on robbing the occupants of drugs and cash. After allegedly shooting Fitzgibbon in the head as she lay in a bed, prosecutors said, Butler walked out of the house carrying a small safe, which allegedly contained heroin, prescription drugs and about $5,000 in cash. The alleged contents of the safe were described during police interviews of another suspect in the case, Cody DiGaetano, 24, of Chelsea, who also faces charges in connection with the incident, after he allegedly was at the wheel of the getaway car which took Butler away from the murder scene and eventually to a hideout and Ashland. DiGaetano allegedly helped Butler flee the murder scene and provided him transportation to Ashland, where Butler stayed overnight, prosecutors said. DiGaetano faces charges of accessory after the fact to an armed robbery and accessory after the fact to assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. DiGaetano was arraigned earlier Wednesday. DiGaetano was released on personal recognizance. He was ordered to use GPS monitoring, stay in Chelsea, observe a 6 p.m. to 7 a.m. curfew and not contact anyone involved in the case. Butler was ordered held without bail in state custody after the not guilty plea to charges of murder, armed home invawith Democrats and prospective Democrats especially welcome. To learn more and obtain instructions for accessing the meetings, email maldendemocrats@gmail.com. As the local arm of the Massachusetts Democratic Party, MDCC works to elect Democrats and advance the Democratic Party platform. If you are interested in joining the Committee, please contact your sion, armed assault with intent to murder, assault with a dangerous weapon, illegal possession of a firearm and illegal possession of a loaded firearm. Judge Emily Karstetter ordered Butler back in court for a probable cause hearing on August 9. Prosecutors said Wednesday that at least three other people, including the mother and father of an adult son who lived at the residence, were home on Tuesday when Butler arrived, allegedly armed and planning to commit a home invasion/robbery. According to reports, the suspect Butler was friends with the adult son of the residents, who apparently lives at the address and was also home at the time. Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan, at a press conference on Tuesday where Malden Police Chief Kevin Molis and other investigators were present, said the victim Erin Fitzgibbon was simply a guest at the home on Tuesday, that the family members knew Butler through their son, but that Butler and Fitzgibbon did not know each other. “Erin Fitzgibbon’s death was the tragic result of her being in the wrong place at the wrong time,” Ryan said in a statement. “Miss Fitzgibbon was a visitor at that home, happened only to be staying at that house.” A Malden police report filed in court said that the mother of the family woke up Tuesday and found Butler on her back deck. He said he was going to kill her and attempted to fire his gun twice, but the gun jammed. She recognized Butler and initially thought he was playing a joke, but then she became afraid and locked the back door. Butler then broke the glass on the door and gained entry to the kitchen. According to a police report read at the arraignment Wednesday, the husband came to the kitchen and struggled with Butler, who again tried to fire his gun. Prosecutors said in court that he fired a shot at that time. The husband yelled for everyone to leave the apartment, and the woman, her husband and her son left the home. Ward Chair for details. (All Ward Chair contact information is listed on massdems.org.) To learn more about activities of Malden Democrats, email maldendemocrats@gmail.com, sign up to receive email updates on the MDCC website at www.maldendemocrats.org and follow the group on Facebook at http:// www.facebook.com/groups/ MaldenDems and Twitter (@ MaldenDems). Prosecutors said Tuesday that the family believed Fitzgibbon had come with them, but she was still in the upstairs bedroom. The family told police they heard another gunshot from inside and saw Butler coming down the driveway with his gun and one of two safes that belonged to the family. Butler fled in a waiting car. The family went back inside to find Fitzgibbon fatally shot upstairs, according to police. After his arrest in Ashland, police said, Butler was interviewed in the Malden Police Station for nearly two hours. During the interview, Butler allegedly told police a second man at the location pulled the trigger, shooting and killing Fitzgibbon and then fleeing the scene. Police said Butler refused to identify the mystery gunman, saying “he was not a rat.” Malden police and state police assigned to DA Ryan’s office are continuing the investigation. 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Page 10 MALDEN: TODAY | FROM PAGE 6 thank you for that and thank you for sticking around Malden and making it the fab city it is today. (And I hope your moms liked the article!) I know I do not mention City of Malden Cemetery Director Jimmy “Stinger” Cahill enough. I have been told by so many readers that they would like to see more of their favorite cemetery director, Mr. Cahill. Over the years the community at large has come to know Jimmy’s work ethic as unmatched within these five square miles. Many remember him as one of the best hoop players Amerige Park ever produced. Many also remember him as the finest bartender the Highland Café ever employed (besides Dave Angelo, Paul Gennetti, Pete Trabucco and Richie Morando, of course.) With that in mind, I’d like to personally thank Jimmy for the outstanding job he did organizing the Memorial Day celebration at the Forestdale Cemetery. His Herculean effort turning the Forestdale Cemetery into a welcoming urban paradise, coordinating the outstanding entertainment, acquiring the two magnificent bronze memorial statues, ensuring that the festivities were ADA-compliant and generally watching over the proceedings like that protective mother swan watching over her cygnets that had taken residence at the pond in the cemetery (since departed for greener pastures). Malden is very fortunate to have Mr. Cahill (and his wife, “The Fabulous Judy”). Jimmy, we salute you. I’ve lived in Malden since 1963. I consider myself lucky to know and to have known a lot of wonderful people growing up here. Looking out over the crowd at the Juneteenth celebration, I realized I did not know a lot of my neighbors and realized I didn’t know as many people as I had previously thought. That’s why I love going to these Malden events; that’s why it is important to attend these Malden events – to get out of my/our comfort zone. It’s an amazing city with a lot of amazing people just around the corner. Never knew the significance THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 9, 2021 MALDEN CARES | FROM PAGE 1 or the history of Tea Cake and how it pertains to the Juneteenth celebration and African American history, until last week. Around for about 200 years and created by the enslaved with the most rudimentary ingredients to become a historically significant part of A.A. heritage. Amazing. “This is the end, beautiful friend, this is the end, my only friend, the end” – on a serious note, someone who I really do not write enough about is Malden’s most indispensable employee, Special Assistant to the Mayor Maria Luise. Voted Most Valuable Employee many times in many of my previous columns, Maria goes about her business much like the fixer Ray Donovan; she just gets things done. Many of the most important things that happen in Malden have Maria’s fingerprints on them. But you wouldn’t know because Maria’s never been one to toot her own horn. That’s what I get paid the big bucks for! This one is for you, Maria Luise. We thank you for all your hard work, for your calling to become a Public Servant and for your dedication to Malden. Oops, almost forgot; and she’s wicked nice! Malden is very lucky indeed. Postscript: As I stood with my sister Barbara listening to speakers at the Juneteenth flag raising, both of us realized just how far we’ve come, and how much further we need to go. The Malden Cares campaign emanated from discussions held at a recent City of Malden Opioid Task Force meeting when the conversation shifted to outreach in the community. By being a presence at Malden Center, Malden Cares will support residents who struggle with homelessness and substance use disorder. The program will be overseen by Certified Addiction Recovery Coach and Supervisor Donna Aiello along with Addiction Recovery Resource Specialist Paul Hammersley. All Task Force members were on hand Monday afternoon to kick off the start of the program. City of Malden Opioid Task Force membership includes Mayor Gary Christenson, Police Chief Kevin Molis, Fire Chief William Sullivan, Malden’s Recovery Resource Specialist Paul Hammersley, School Committee Member Adam Weldai, City Councilor Barbara Murphy, Data Specialist for the Malden Police David Ritchie, Malden Overcoming Addiction Board Member Dana Brown, and Gerry Whetstone, Pastor of the Nazarene Church of Malden and director of the Malden Warming Center. Also in attendance at Monday’s Malden Cares opening were Malden City Council President Neal Anderson, Massachusetts State Senator Jason Lewis and more than a dozen Malden Overcoming Addiction volunteers For more information on Malden Cares or Malden Overcoming Addiction please contact Malden’s Recovery Resource Specialist Paul Hammersley at 781-838-2203. Addiction Recovery Resource Specialist Paul Hammersley and US Senator Ed Markey showing their support for Malden Cares. Addiction Recovery Resource Specialist Paul Hammersley explains the Malden Cares program to U.S. Senator Ed Markey along with Mayor Gary Christenson and State Senator Jason Lewis. Bella Hammersley shows her support for Malden Cares. Paul Hammersley explains some of the resources to, from left; City Council President Neal Anderson, Mayor Gary Christenson, US Sen. Ed Markey, and State Senator Jason Lewis.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 9, 2021 Page 11 Cities and towns applaud increase in state climate resilience funding Early heat waves signal need is far greater than available resources C ities and towns involved in the Resilient Mystic Collaborative (RMC) applauded the doubling of annual funds for the Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) Grant Program to $21 million in the Baker Administration’s FY2022 Capital Plan. In the latest MVP grant round, the Commonwealth received 92 applications requesting a total of $28 million for action grants out of $10 million available. “Chelsea has already suffered through two debilitating heat waves and a dozen days over 90 F even before July 1st,” said Chelsea’s Housing and Community Development Director, Alex Train. “Our same residents who suffered disproportionately through COVID are now at risk from heat-related illnesses. We need to upgrade our infrastructure and services for the summer of 2050, not 1950.” “Extreme heat, storms, drought, and flooding are no longer a thing of the future. Climate resilience needs to become a core government function, just like schools and roads,” said Mystic River Watershed Association Deputy Director Julie Wormser. “This funding increase is a critical down payment.” Below are details of some of the projects in Greater Boston’s Mystic River Watershed seeking MVP funding this year. “Twelve municipalities depend on the Charles River and Amelia Earhart Dams to prevent catastrophic coastal flooding of residential neighborhoods and businesses,” said Cambridge’s Department of Public Works Commissioner, Owen O’Riordan. “It is of critical importance that these dams and portions of our shoreline be elevated to ensure we protect tens of thousands of people and billions in property from harm. We could use every penny in the MVP program over the next decade just to solve this one issue.” “Belle Isle Marsh is by far the largest remaining salt marsh in Boston Harbor providing a crucial buffer for flooding to neighboring communities and critical habitat for over 250 bird species, mammals and marine animals, said Friends of Belle Isle Marsh President Mary Mitchell. “Funding for restoration projects and nature-based resiliency projects within the marsh is needed now to best protect against climate change and sea level rise.” “One of Winthrop’s most valuable resources is Ingleside Park, a vast green space enjoyed by the entire Town,” said Winthrop’s Director of Planning and Development, Rachel Kelly. “The Park floods after heavy rains and snowmelt. Winthrop would greatly benefit from additional MVP funding to mitigate flooding with improved drainage and green infrastructure.” The RMC includes 20 of 21 communities (Arlington, Belmont, Boston, Burlington, Cambridge, Chelsea, Everett, Lexington, Malden, Medford, Melrose, Reading, Revere, Somerville, Stoneham, Wakefield, Watertown, Winchester, Winthrop and Woburn) and over 98 percent of the population and land base in the Mystic River Watershed. Together, RMC municipalities represent one percent of the state’s land base and 10 percent of its population. The partnership focuses on fresh water and coastal flooding and protecting vulnerable residents and workers from extreme weather, including heat. “The Resilient Mystic Collaborative and MVP Program has brought together cities and towns in ways that we could not foresee,” said Reading Senior Civil Engineer Alex Rozycki. “As these communities continue to work together and evaluate shared MVP grant possibilities the scope and breadth of these complex projects quickly expands as well. Regional MVP funding is supporting a revitalized trail system and green stormwater treatment systems to increase storage and water quality in Reading, which provides similar benefits to downstream communities. The estimated cost to complete this project alone is over two million dollars.” “Climate change is bringing intense rainfall that overwhelms our aging stormwater systems with increased frequency,” said Melrose Director of Public Works Elena Proakis Ellis. “We are working with 16 other communities to manage local and regional flooding through expanded wetlands and other nature-based solutions. With enough small projects combined, we can make a real difference in our region. These projects are too costly for communities like Melrose to afford with local funding alone, however. This work is essential to the region and brings other habitat and social benefits along the way.” “The industrial district that spans Chelsea and Everett provides thousands of good-paying jobs and billions in annual economic activity,” said Chelsea’s Alex Train. “It was unfortunately also built by filling in the Island End River, which is now chronically flooding during heavy storms. The price tag for protecting this area from flooding over the next fifty years is north of $50 million.” For more information: resilient. mysticriver.org – https://www. mass.gov/municipal-vulnerability-preparedness-mvp-program Mystic River Watershed at a glance The 76-square-mile Mystic River Watershed stretches from Reading through the northern shoreline of Boston Harbor to Revere. Its name is an anglicized version of the Pequot word missi-tuk (“large river with windand tide-driven waves”), and it is now one of New England’s most densely populated urbanized watersheds. The seven-mile Mystic River and its tributaries represented an early economic engine for colonial Boston. Ten shipyards built more than 500 clipper ships in the 1800s before roads and railways replaced schooners and steamships. Tide-driven mills, brickyards and tanneries along both banks of the river brought both wealth and pollution. In the 1960s, the Amelia Earhart Dam transformed much of the river into a freshwater impoundment, while construction of Interstate 93 filled in wetlands and dramatically changed the river’s course. Since then, many former industrial sites have been cleaned up and redeveloped into new commercial areas and residential communities. The Mystic is facing growing climate-related challenges: coastal and stormwater flooding, extreme storms, heat, drought and unpredictable seasonal weather. The watershed is relatively low-lying and extensively developed, making it prone to both freshwater and coastal flooding. Its 21 municipalities are home to a half-million residents, including many who are disproportionately vulnerable to extreme weather: environmental justice communities, new Americans, residents of color, elders, low-income residents and employees, people living with disabilities and English-language learners. The Immigrant Learning Center Awarded $50,000 Grant from Adelaide Breed Bayrd Foundation M ALDEN, Mass, July 7, 2021/ Malden’s The Immigrant Learning Center (The ILC) has received a $50,000 grant from the Malden-based Adelaide Breed Bayrd Foundation. This grant will help fund The Immigrant Learning Center’s English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) programs. Since opening its doors in 1992, The Immigrant Learning Center has offered free ESOL classes to 11,000 adult students. The ILC now offers ESOL and citizenship classes to more than 900 students in a typical year. This grant is particularly helpful to The Immigrant Learning Center in the wake of a very challenging year. During the COVID-19 pandemic, The Immigrant Learning Center had to pivot almost overnight to virtual classes. The pandemic also forced The ILC to cancel The Immigrant Learning Center’s Barry M. Portnoy Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards and the annual Golf Classic fundraisers. This grant will help recoup the lost funds and ensure that The ILC can continue its mission of giving immigrants a voice. “We’re so grateful for The Adelaide Breed Bayrd Foundation, which has supported our immigrant and refugee students for more than 20 years,” says The ILC’s Director of Development Mark Correia. The Adelaide Breed Bayrd Foundation has two policies guiding their grant-giving: “To support organizations, the activities of which are centered in Malden, Massachusetts and surrounding communities. To support organizations elsewhere, the activities of which give substantial benefits to Malden, Massachusetts and surrounding communities.” While The Immigrant Learning Center’s students come from far and wide, the center has deep roots in Malden. The ILC’s Founder and CEO Diane Portnoy’s family immigrated to Malden when she was a toddler and she returned as an adult to create the free adult education program that she wished her parents had when they were newcomers. The majority of The ILC’s students live in Malden, a place where more than 40 percent of residents belong to the city’s rich, diverse community of immigrants. In offering this grant, the Adelaide Breed Bayrd Foundation is honoring and supporting Malden’s newcomer neighbors. About The Immigrant Learning Center, Inc. The Immigrant Learning Center, Inc. of Malden, MA, is a notfor-profit organization that gives immigrants a voice in three ways. The English Language Program provides free, year-round English classes to immigrant and refugee adults in Greater Boston to help them become successful workers, parents and community members. The Public Education Institute informs Americans about the economic and social contributions of immigrants in our society, and the Institute for Immigration Research, a joint venture with George Mason University, conducts research on the economic contributions of immigrants. For more information, visit the website http://www.ilctr.org. The ILC can also be found on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and Pinterest.

Page 12 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 9, 2021 Malden summer heats up with the first All Sports Clinic of the season By Tara Vocino A pproximately 50 children took advantage of the hot summer weather on Wednesday morning at Macdonald Stadium for the first week of the All Sports Clinic, which runs through August. Run by Malden High School Varsity Boys’ Volleyball Head Coach Daniel Jurkowski, Malden Recreation Department Director Joseph Levine and staff from Malden’s Summer Youth Employment Program, the clinic teaches teamwork, where first- to sixth-graders play multiple sports throughout the day. —Tara Vocino may be reached at printjournalist1@ gmail.com. Ferryway School kindergartner Gerson Denis, 6, shot a basketball during. Wednesday’s All Sports Clinic at Macdonald Stadium. Pictured from left to right are John Dascoll, staff Joevan Jankins, in back, Danyel Vincente, Zafar Egbe, Winsly Larrieux and Zion Egbe playing basketball on the Macdonald Stadium court on Wednesday morning. Malden’s Summer Youth Employment Program staff: top row, pictured from left to right: Jonathan Charalier, Stephen Carter, Victoria Gammon, Riley Strano, Corinne Holness and Aiden Thompson. Bottom row, pictured from left to right: Joevan Jankins, Gabriel Polopp, Jade Mora, Maritza Ramos-Perez, Tivian Ngyuen and Sandra Hernandez. Bottom row, from left to right: Priscilla Mansug, Chamelle Joseph, Gerson Denis, Noah Teixeira, Mia Ngyuen, Ava Graves and Arjun Kumpavat play volleyball. Top row, from left to right: Corinne Holness, Alexanne Mansug, Remisha Kc, staff Jadelini Mora, Elizabeth Deveno, Eli Deveno and staff Riley Strano join in. Bottom row, from left to right: Noah Teixeira, Thiago Vincente and Gerson Denis by the basketball hoop. Top row, from left to right: Preksha Kothari, Suvan Raut, Taylin Humber and staff Victoria Gammon. Ferryway School fourth-grader Jaida Wilichoski, in black, pushes the volleyball to the other side of the net.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 9, 2021 Page 13 Malden High’s McMahon selected for Mass. Coaches State All-Star Game Tornado sophomore pitcher will represent MHS in Sophomore Select Game By Jason Mazzilli I t’s already been a solid year on the baseball diamond for Malden High School sophomore Brandon McMahon. The lanky 10th grader led Malden in both hitting and pitching for the 2021 season and was named to the Greater Boston League All-Conference Team, one of only two sophomores on the 12-man squad. More honors came recently for McMahon, a 6-2, 200 right handed hurler and third baseman when he was selected to play in the Mass. Baseball Coaches Association (MBCA) State Sophomore Select AllStar Team. McMahon is one of 40 of the best sophomores statewide who will square off today at 1:30 pm at Monan Park at UMass Boston in the 3rd Annual State Sophomore Game. No game was held in 2020 due to COVID-19 so this is the 3rd Annual Game today. “Brandon had a great season for us and was one of the top players in the GBL,” Malden head coach Steve Freker said. “He was a solid pitcher for us and led us at the plate as well. He has a strong future ahead of him.” McMahon hit .447 this last season with a team-leading 15 RBIs and 13 runs scored. He hit 5 doubles, 3 triples and the team’s only home run. “It’s a great honor for Brandon and our school and we are very proud of his accomplishments and what excited for what is ahead for him,” Coach Freker added. ........ Malden’s McMahon and Cohen compete for Bay State Games Metro Team this week McMahon and Malden Junior righty Shai Cohen competed for the Metro Team in the annual Bay State Summer Games at UMass Boston this week. McMahon picked up the pitching win in a come-from-behind win for Metro in the openMalden’s Brandon McMahon delivers a pitch for Metro Baseball in Bay State Games.(Advocate Photo) Malden High’s Shai Cohen at bat against Southeast for Metro at Bay State Games. (Advocate Photo) ing game over Coastal. He pitched four innings of Malden High sophomore Brandon McMahon and his dad, Mike after the win over Coastal at UMass Boston. (Advocate Photo) one-hit, one-run relief with eight strikeouts. Cohen pitched in Games 3 and 5 for Metro which finished 2-3 for the week. Head coach was Malden High’s Steve Freker who has coached in the Bay States every year since its inception in 1989, now in its 32nd summer season.

Page 14 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 9, 2021 Beacon Hill Roll Call By Bob Katzen THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Hill Roll Call records the votes of local representatives and senators from the week of June 28-July 2. OVERRIDE BAKER’S VETO OF PROJECT LABOR AGREEMENT FOR SOLDIERS' HOME (S 2439) House 130-30, Senate 37-3, overrode Gov. Charlie Baker’s veto of a section of the bill authorizing $400 million to fund the construction of a new Soldiers’ Home in Holyoke. The section requires the home be built under a Project Labor Agreement (PLA) that ensures that union labor will be used to build the facility by mandating a pre-bid, prehire collective bargaining agreement for the construction. “This [PLA] requirement threatens the viability of this project by limiting fair competition and disproportionately reducing opportunities for minority, women and veteran-owned businesses,” wrote Gov. Charlie Baker in his veto message. “It will also raise the overall costs of this project precipitously and may result in a labor shortage, putting the project and project timeline in jeopardy.” “PLAs create barriers to entry that eliminate the equality of opportunity that is central to the commonwealth’s public construction process,” continued Baker. “While PLAs do not technically prohibit non-union contractors from bidding on a project, PLA terms make it cost prohibitive and impractical for any non-union member to participate.” “I voted to uphold the project labor agreement provision… because it establishes practical standards for fair pay and workplace safety,” said Senate Marc Pacheco (D-Taunton). “In addition, the language … includes key safeguards designed to ensure inclusion and equity amongst project contractors. Construction initiatives throughout the commonwealth have successfully implemented project labor agreements in recent years and I am pleased the hardworking employees tasked with building this new facility will be able to rely on reasonable workplace conditions.” "Gov. Baker recognizes the risk that the project-labor agreement could bring to the Holyoke Soldiers' Home project,” said Sen. Ryan Fattman (R-Sutton) who opposed the PLA provision. “Not only will it exclude the opportunity for women and minority owned businesses to bid on components of the project, but the PLA could also signal unforeseen budget expenditures that drive the cost over budget. These risks will threaten the commonwealth's ability to secure VA funding that is needed to match the commonwealth’s financial commitment in this bill." “This [PLA] language and resulting agreement will ensure that hard-earned, taxpayer dollars are spent efficiently to build a new soldiers’ home that is on time, on budget and worthy of the veterans it will serve,” said Sen. Paul Feeney (D-Foxborough) the Senate sponsor of the language. “The language … commits to recruiting and hiring a workforce that is diverse, local, safe, well-trained and highly skilled. Despite the governor’s vocal opposition, the Senate took steps by overriding his veto, to assist women, minority and veteran owned businesses in creating jobs and opportunities now and in the future, as well as expanded opportunities for many local working-class people in the construction trades.” In an unusual occurrence, Senate Ways and Means chairman Sen. Mike Rodrigues (D-Westport) broke with Senate President Karen Spilka and her leadership team was one of only three senators and the only Democrat to vote with the governor against the PLA. Beacon Hill Roll Call asked Rodrigues why he voted against the PLA. His spokesman Bently Holt responded, "The senator is tied up in conference and so will not be issuing a statement on this.” Rodrigue also voted against the PLA agreement when it was up for a vote in April. At that time, he told the State House News Service, "I have problems with anytime we limit competition on any sort of public construction projects. I think more competition is healthier for everyone. It's better for the taxpayers." (A “Yes” vote is for overriding Baker’s veto and favors the PLA provision. A “No” vote is for sustaining the governor’s veto and against the PLA provision.) Rep. Paul Donato Yes Rep. Steven Ultrino Yes Sen. Jason LewisYes $200 MILLION FOR LOCAL ROADS AND BRIDGES (S 2486) Senate 39-0, approved a bill that includes authorizing $200 million in one-time funding for the maintenance and repair of local roads and bridges in cities and towns across the state. The package is a bond bill under which the funding would be borrowed by the state through the sale of bonds. The House has already approved a different version of the proposal and a House-Senate conference committee will likely work out a compromise. “Safe roads, reliable bridges and modernized transit infrastructure made possible through this bill exemplifies the Senate’s approach to public transportation,” said Senate Transportation Committee Chair Joe Boncore (D-Winthrop). “The economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have made the need for this funding more urgent. These investments will provide critical funding for shovel-ready transportation projects in our cities and towns, create jobs and support local and regional economies.” “The measure we passed today will provide our cities and towns with the resources they need to invest in critical infrastructure projects,” said Senator Patrick O’Connor (R-Weymouth). “Investing in our roads, sidewalks and bridges is an investment in the longevity and safety of our communities.” “It is good news that the…bill jumped another hurdle on Beacon Hill and is moving ahead,” said Massachusetts Municipal Association (MMA) Executive Director Geoff Beckwith. “The construction season is getting shorter with each passing day, and there is a huge need to enact the bill now. Communities depend on these funds for critical road repair projects. We are also asking that the state add to this $200 million … bill by using some of this year’s large budget surplus to put even more funding on the street, as it has done in past years. MMA estimates that the annual cost of getting and maintaining 30,000 miles of municipal roads into a state of good repair is approximately $600 million, and communities don’t have the resources to get there themselves. While passing the…bill is an important step, going beyond $200 million is essential.” (A “Yes” vote is for the bill.) 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 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 28July 2, the House met for a total of four hours and 24 minutes while the Senate met for a total of two hours and 45 minutes Mon. June 28 House 11:02 a.m. to 12:14 p.m. Senate 11:14 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. Tues. June 29 No House session No Senate session Wed. June 30 House 11:04 a.m. to 2:13 p.m. No Senate session Thurs. July 1 House 11:03 a.m. to 11:06 a.m. Senate 11:17 a.m. to 12:56 p.m. Fri. July 2 No House session No Senate session Bob Katzen welcomes feedback at bob@beaconhillrollcall.com

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 9, 2021 Page 15 Baker files legislation to improve water safety and awareness I n an effort to bolster public safety and awareness at state parks and beaches, Governor Charlie Baker recently filed legislation to increase fines for swimming outside designated waterfronts across the Commonwealth. The legislation, “An Act Relative to Enhanced Enforcement of Swimming Limitations,” would increase the maximum fine to $500 for entering or swimming in any waters on Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) property that are not designated for swimming. The legislation would provide an appropriate penalty for swimming in unsafe areas and deter park visitors from considering these dangerous activities. “Swimming at undesignated waterfronts is dangerous and too often leads to tragic consequences, and this legislation is part of a comprehensive plan to discourage risky behavior and ensure the safety of visitors to our state parks and beaches,” said Baker. “While we encourage all to visit our beautiful coastal and inland beaches, we urge the public to exercise caution and not swim at any body of water that has not been designated for swimming by state or local authorities.” “From the Berkshires to Cape Cod, Massachusetts is home to many waterbodies and coastlines offering great opportunities for outdoor recreation; however, we have already seen far too many tragic accidental drownings occur already this year,” said Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito. “We look forward to working with our colleagues in the Legislature to move quickly on these important changes.” Under current law, penalties for violating the DCR’s rules and regulations vary depending on whether a property was once part of the Metropolitan District Commission, with fines ranging from $20 to $200. The filed legislation establishes a uniform maximum fine of $500 for entering or swimming in waters other than those designated for swimming by the DCR. At its many designated waterfronts throughout the state, the DCR offers services like clearly marked swimming areas with ropes and buoys, lifeguards on-duty, and water quality testing. Undesignated waterfronts do not receive such services, and may also have hazardous features like murky water, steep slopes, and aquatic plant species, creating a potentially dangerous situation for swimmers. “The legislation filed today reflects the Baker-Polito Administration’s commitment to the health and safety of Massachusetts residents and visitors,” said Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs Kathleen Theoharides. “Increasing fines is a critical part of our comprehensive strategy to prevent potential tragedies and ensure all visitors to the Commonwealth’s state parks have a safe and enjoyable experience.” “DCR welcomes visitors of all ages and swimming abilities to our waterfronts each summer season, and we ask that each person heed park signs, staff direction, and water safety recommendations,” said DCR Commissioner James Montgomery. “The increase in fines for swimming in unsafe waters on DCR property is another example of the Administration’s continued commitment to increasing safety throughout our state park system.” DCR has been coordinating with the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA), the Massachusetts State Police (MSP) and the Massachusetts Environmental Police (MEP) to implement new measures to enhance public safety and discourage swimming at undesignated waterfronts. DCR has produced and posted dozens of new swimming safety signs at DCR parks and beaches. These signs will be in multiple languages at select areas such as Houghton’s Pond within the Blue Hills State Reservation in Canton. DCR has also increased outreach for the agency’s Learn to Swim program, which offers free swimming lessons at 12 locations statewide for people of all ages. The DCR recently announced that it has increased lifeguard pay from $17 per hour or $18 per hour for head guards to $20 per hour and $21 per hour. Lifeguards who remain committed for the entire season with the DCR will also receive a $500 bonus at the end of the season. DCR continues to actively recruit individuals to become a lifeguard at its inland and coastal waterfronts, and deep water swimming pools in the Boston Region (including Cambridge and the surrounding towns), the North Region (specifically Saugus, Nahant and East Boston), the South Region (specifically Sandwich and Westport) and the Central Region (Metro West to Worcester County). Interested individuals can apply online and are strongly encouraged to call James Esposito at 857- 214-0400 or visit the DCR’s lifeguarding webpage, application information, and lifeguard requirements can be found. Public health officials confirm season’s first West Nile mosquito sample he state Department of Public Health (DPH) recently announced that West Nile virus (WNV) has been detected in mosquitoes in Massachusetts for the first time this year. The presence of WNV was confirmed today by the state Public Health Laboratory in a mosquito sample collected on June 29 in Medford. No human or animal cases of WNV or Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) have been detected so far this year.There is no elevated risk level or risk-level change associated with this finding. “The first WNV infected mosquito of the season is always a signal that it is time to start taking steps to avoid mosquito bites,” said DPH Acting Commissioner Margret Cooke. “WNV is part of summer in Massachusetts and as we head into this long holiday weekend, it is important to remember that while WNV can cause serious illness, there are simple things that you can do to protect yourself and your loved ones.” T WNV is usually transmitted to humans through the bite of an infected mosquito. There were 8 human cases of WNV in 2020. In 2018, there were 49 human cases of WNV infection acquired in Massachusetts - the greatest number of cases the Commonwealth has ever had in a single year. While WNV can infect people of all ages, people over the age of 50 are at higher risk for severe disease. Most people infected with WNV will have no symptoms. When present, WNV symptoms tend to include fever and flu-like illness. In rare cases, more severe illness can occur. “These simple actions can help protect you from mosquito bites and the diseases they can cause,” said state Epidemiologist Dr. Catherine Brown. “The tools for prevention include using a mosquito repellent with an EPA-registered ingredient according to the directions on the label, wearing clothing to reduce exposed skin when weather permits, draining standing water to prevent mosquito breeding, and repairing window screens to keep mosquitoes out of your home.” Additional information, including all WNV and EEE positive results, can be found on the Arbovirus Surveillance Information web page at Mosquito-borne Diseases | Mass. gov, which is updated daily, or by calling the DPH Division of Epidemiology at 617983-6800. To Avoid Mosquito Bites • Apply Insect Repellent When Outdoors. Use a repellent with an EPA-registered ingredient (DEET (N, N-diethyl-m-toluamide), permethrin, picaridin (KBR 3023), oil of lemon eucalyptus [p-methane 3, 8-diol (PMD)] or IR3535) according to the product label instructions. DEET products should not be used on infants under two months of age and should be used in concentrations of 30 percent or less on older children. Oil of lemon eucalyptus should not be used on children under three years of age. • Be Aware of Peak Mosquito Hours. The hours from dusk to dawn are peak biting times for many mosquitoes. Consider rescheduling outdoor activities that occur during evening or early morning in areas of high risk. • Wear Appropriate Clothing to Help Reduce Mosquito Bites. Wearing long sleeves, long pants and socks when outdoors will help keep mosquitoes away from your skin. Mosquito-Proof Your Home • Drain Standing Water. Mosquitoes lay eggs in standing water. Limit the number of places around your home for mosquitoes to breed by either draining or discarding items that hold water. Check rain gutters and drains. Empty unused flowerpots and wading pools and change the water in birdbaths frequently. • Install or Repair Screens. Keep mosquitoes outside by having tightly-fitting screens on all windows and doors. Protect Your Animals Animal owners should reduce potential mosquito breeding sites on their property by eliminating standing water from containers such as buckets, tires, and wading pools – especially after heavy rains. Water troughs provide excellent mosquito breeding habitats and should be flushed out at least once a week during the summer months to reduce mosquitoes near paddock areas. Horse owners should keep horses in indoor stalls at night to reduce their risk of exposure to mosquitoes. Owners should also speak with their veterinarian about mosquito repellents approved for use in animals and vaccinations to prevent WNV and EEE. If an animal is suspected of having WNV or EEE, owners are required to report this to the Department of Agricultural Resources, Division of Animal Health by calling 617626-1795 and to the DPH by calling 617-983-6800.

Page 16 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 9, 2021 Maldonians named to Dean’s List at UMass Amherst A MHERST - The following Malden residents were named to the Dean’s List at the University of Massachusetts Amherst for the spring 2021 semester: Munib Abdulghani, Saige Denise Brutus, Peizhen Cai, Tsz Wing Chan, Bingyi Chen, Franklin Benjamin Chen, Vivian Chen, Lily Ling Chen, Ka Wing Cheung, Neika Christalin, Tenzin Dechong, Matthew Paul DiStefano, William James Duggan, Helen Negussie Eshetu, Samrawit Negussie Eshetu, Mahta Fesshaie, Amy Fong, Lily Gao, Jasmine Venus Gray, Qianxi Guo, Eric He, Heather Marie Helmer, Ying- LEGAL NOTICE - COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Middlesex Probate and Family Court 10-U Commerce Way Woburn, MA 01801 (781) 865-4000 Docket No. MI21C0516CA In the matter of: CHRISTOPHER JOSEPH RICHARD CITATION ON PETITION TO CHANGE NAME A Petition to Change Name of Adult has been filed by Christopher Joseph Richard of Malden, MA requesting that the court enter a Decree changing their name to: Diandra Chrysanthemum Blackwood IMPORTANT NOTICE Any person may appear for purposes of objecting to the petition by filing an appearance at: Middlesex Probate and Family Court before 10:00 a.m. on the return day of 07/22/2021. This is NOT a hearing date, but a deadline by which you must file a written appearance if you object to this proceeding. WITNESS, Hon. Maureen H. Monks, First Justice of this Court. Date: June 24, 2021 TARA E. DeCRISTOFARO Register of Probate July 9, 2021 - LEGAL NOTICE - COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Middlesex Probate and Family Court 10-U Commerce Way Woburn, MA 01801 (781) 865-4000 Docket No. MI21C0515CA In the matter of: HTET HTET MAUNG CITATION ON PETITION TO CHANGE NAME A Petition to Change Name of Adult has been filed by Htet Htet Maung of Malden, MA requesting that the court enter a Decree changing their name to: Ivy Htet Lee IMPORTANT NOTICE Any person may appear for purposes of objecting to the petition by filing an appearance at: Middlesex Probate and Family Court before 10:00 a.m. on the return day of 07/22/2021. This is NOT a hearing date, but a deadline by which you must file a written appearance if you object to this proceeding. WITNESS, Hon. Maureen H. Monks, First Justice of this Court. Date: June 24, 2021 TARA E. DeCRISTOFARO Register of Probate July 9, 2021 hong Huang, Daphne Iseghohi-Edwards, Kassandra Lumane Julce, Bogyeong Kang, Shaan Kumar, Yousef A. Lahkiky, Pamela Lalaj, Dipa Lamsal, Huiyi Lao, Jacqueline Fontanilla Law, Taylor Hak Lee, Zetang Lei, Brandon Wei Li, Jianxiong Lin, Sarah Yen Lin, Zhaolong Liu, Caitlin Lu, Hui Fan Lu, Rongqiang Luo, Isabelle Conceicao Maraschi, Savanna Z. Moy, Karen Ng, Anna Nguyen, Ngan Ngoc Nguyen, Nhan Trong Nguyen, Rodneisha Normil, Mark Thomas Panzini, Lauren Elizabeth Panzini, Fernando Gomes Pedro, Derick Phan, Kevin Phan, Matthew James Romprey, Ajithaan Ramar Sathiyendra, William Ellis Stomberg, Waymond Szeto, Rachel Tran, Sean Tran, Ivana Truong, Temesgen T. Tsige, Thuy-Tam Hoang Vo, Vanessa Diem Mi Vu, Andrea Malaika Walinjom, Max Weng, Ronan Patrick Wetzonis, Jack Bestick Williams, Anthony Woo, Emily W. Woo, Yu Wei Zeng, Ivan W. Zhang, Michael Zi Zhao, Wu Zheng, Yan Zheng, Jiayu Zhou, Xue Yi Zhou, Healy Zhuo and Zhiyang Zuo. Students must have a 3.5 grade point average to qualify for the Dean’s List. ~ Advocate Movie Review ~ Black Widow’s first solo mission fails to meet objective; rating: D+ By Mitch Ringenberg A common criticism lobbed towards the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is that each of their movies all look, feel and move pretty much the same. When a promising indie director like Taika Waititi (the New Zealand filmmaker who helmed 2017’s “Thor: Ragnarok”) or recent Oscar-winner Chloé Zhao (this year’s upcoming “Eternals”) is scooped up by Disney to direct their latest Avengers-adjacent blockbuster, it’s often difficult to see their thumbprints in the final product. It’s like when Quentin Tarantino directed a couple episodes of “CSI” back in 2005; these directors are there to film one chapter of a larger story and collect a handsome paycheck while they’re at it. Thus, credit should be given to director Cate Shortland for imbuing “Black Widow” with a noticeably darker tone than previous MCU outings. Set shortly after the events of “Captain America: Civil War,” this prequel focuses on the tortured backstory of Scarlett Johansson’s Russian-superspy-turned-Avenger Natasha Romanoff (codename Black Widow). The film is a spy thriller about survivor’s guilt and the trauma women carry after spending time with abusive, domineering men. At least that’s what “Black Widow” wants to be about. Unfortunately, all that thematic ambition is undermined by graceless, CGI-heavy action and lackluster storytelling. This movie desperately wants to capture the grim espionage thrills of “The Bourne Identity,” but it ultimately feels like an inferior imitation. The film begins with an opening credits montage of female child soldiers being brainwashed and trained in lethal combat as a breathy, female-sung cover of Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” plays to let you know that this movie is gritty, by golly. Like the rest of “Black Widow,” the sequence is filled with desaturated colors and quick cuts that render the onscreen action almost incomprehensible. Young girls being trained to kill for their country is a pretty heavy concept for a superhero movie made for children, but sadly there aren’t enough ideas at play here to justify such loaded imagery. The story finds Natasha forced to reconcile with her estranged family after an attempt is made on her life by a mute assassin named Taskmaster. In an intriguing twist, her family was formed in America during an undercover mission by her parents Alexei (an amusing David Harbour) and Melina (a Rachel Weisz without much to do), yet once Alexei’s cover is blown, the unit is quickly disbanded, and Natasha and her sister Yelena (Florence Pugh, also wasted here) are turned over to a shady government program in Russia. The film is at its strongest when exploring the strained dynamics between this highly dysfunctional family. A stretch in the middle shows both sisters confronting their parents about the falsehoods of their upbringing. To mom and dad, it was an assignment that got a little too personal; to Natasha and Yelena, it was their entire lives. Yet whenever “Black Widow” appears to be finding a groove with its characters, it abruptly shifts gears into a noisy action set piece. Character growth is substituted for bloated spectacle at every turn, and a third act that should be an emotional payoff for a family finally coming together to defeat the big baddie is instead a noisy mess with a bunch of people running in front of unconvincing greenscreen explosions while atop a crumbling spaceship. Even the smaller action beats fail to satisfy: A hand-to-hand fight between Johansson and Pugh in a kitchen is clearly an homage to similar, far superior fight scenes from “The Bourne Supremacy” and “Atomic Blonde.” However, any potential impact is sapped out by annoying editing techniques. A single kick or punch will contain so many quick cuts that it’s hard to discern who’s doing what. That’s a massive disappointment considering that when you have a superhero as iconic as Black Widow you best be sure to let her shine. “Black Widow” comes to theaters and Disney+ on July 9.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 9, 2021 Page 17 AG Healey secures nearly $300K for students of online for-profit school Special to The Advocate A ttorney General Maura Healey recently announced that a former online for-profit school will pay nearly $300,000 to settle allegations that it unfairly imposed excessive technology fees on students and failed to make proper disclosures. The assurance of discontinuance, filed on Wednesday in Suffolk Superior Court against Zovio Inc. (formerly Bridgepoint Education, Inc.), which owned Ashford University LLC, settles claims that the school violated state consumer protection laws and regulations prohibiting unfair or deceptive practices. “This settlement provides much-needed relief to students who were overcharged by this online for-profit school,” said Healey. “Protecting students from unfair and deceptive tactics continues to be a top priority of this office and we will go after for-profit schools that exploit and deceive students.” Ashford University, which is now closed, offered associate, bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees online in a variety of subjects. The AG’s Office alleges that the school unfairly imposed a one-time excessive “Technology Services Fee” on all students after six weeks of enrollment and retained the entire fee regardless of how long a student remained enrolled at the school. The AG’s Office also alleges the school failed to disclose material information to prospective students about its programs. Under the terms of this settlement, Zovio will pay a total of $295,120, which will be used to provide payments to certain Ashford University students. The company will also waive remaining institutional debts owed to the school by Massachusetts students who attended between 2011 and 2014. Zovio is required to inform the AG’s Office if it resumes marketing and/or recruitment activities in Massachusetts prior to the enrollment of any Massachusetts student. Addressing fraud and abuse in the for-profit school and student lending industry has been a top priority for Healey since taking office. The AG’s Office has taken predatory schools to court, changed the practices of student loan servicers, gone after unlawful student loan “debt relief” companies, and helped student borrowers find more affordable repayment solutions through Healey’s first-inthe-nation Student Loan Assistance Unit. The AG’s Office also houses the State’s Student Loan Ombudsman, who advocates for student borrower rights. Massachusetts students who are looking for help or information should file a Student Loan Help Request at www.mass.gov/ ago/studentloans or call the AG’s Student Loan Helpline at 1-888-830-6277. Malden Chamber of Commerce celebrates 130th anniversary with community birthday party July 24 T he Malden Chamber of Commerce is celebrating its 130th anniversary.To commemorate the event, the Chamber will throw a community birthday party on July 24th from 3:00 – 6:00 pm on the lawn of the Malden Public Library, 36 Salem Street, Malden. The festivities will be part of the City of Malden’s Summer Festivals 2021. 12 noon: Summer Festival opens in Malden Center with games, art, live music, shopping and eating. 3:00 -6:00 pm: Fun on the Library Lawn including complimentary non-alcoholic beverages, photo opportunities, the outdoor Made in Malden Museum, Year of Dining Raffle Kick Off, and the Living Statues.Get in the spirit of the era by dressing in Victorian costume and joining in a friendly competition for best dressed Victorian. 3:00 pm Music by Outrageous Fortune 3:30 pm Magician Phil Smith strolling with interactive illusions, comedy and mind reading 4:00 pm Victorian Costume Competition and Prize Announcements 4:30 pm Sweet Heart Serenades singing old time singalong songs 6:00 pm Dinner at a restaurant of your choice featuring an 1891 ($18.91) special.Visit All Season’s Table, Dockside Restaurant & Bar, El Potro Mexican Bar and Grill, Evviva Trattoria, Exchange Street Bistro, Hugh O’Neill’s Restaurant & Pub, Mystic Station, and Pearl Street Station Made possible through the generosity of the City of Malden, Malden Public Library, Eastern Bank, Kappy’s Fine Wine and Spirits and StonehamBank. Like us on Facebook advocate newspaper Facebook.com/ Advocate.news.ma For more information: https://www.maldenchamber.org/site/celebrate-thechambers-130th-on-1891night-7-24-21/ https://www.cityofmalden. org/805/Summer-Festivals Alvaro Carrero named to Dean’s List at Quinnipiac University HAMDEN, Conn. – Alvaro Carrero of Malden was named to the Dean's List at Quinnipiac University for the spring 2021 semester. To qualify for the Dean's List, students must earn a grade point average of at least 3.5 with no grade lower than C. Full-time students must complete at least 14 credits in a semester, with at least 12 credits that have been graded on a letter grade basis to be eligible. Part-time students must complete at least six credits during a semester. - Legal Notice - COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT DEPARTMENT Suffolk Probate and Family Court 24 New Chardon Street Boston, MA 02114 (617) 788-8300 Docket No. SU21D0588DR DIVORCE SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION AND MAILING ROOSVELT FLORESTAL, Plaintiff vs. MARIE NICOLE FLORESTAL, Defendant To the Defendant: The Plaintiff has filed a Complaint for Divorce requesting that the Court grant a divorce. The Complaint is on file at the Court. An Automatic Restraining Order has been entered in this matter preventing you from taking any action which would negatively impact the current financial status of either party. SEE Supplemental Probate Court Rule 411. You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon: Roosvelt Florestal, 140 Larkin St., Apt. 2, Revere, MA 02151 your answer, if any, on or before 09/02/2021. 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Page 18 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 9, 2021 a y avvy Seniorioreniioor a vy avvy vavvy ennioorn rniiori by Jim Miller Top Smartphones for Tech-Shy Seniors Dear Savvy Senior, Can you recommend some good smartphones for older seniors? I would like to get my 78-year-old mother to upgrade to a smartphone but want something that’s easy for her to see and use. Shopping Around Dear Shopping, There are actually several smartphones I can recommend that will provide your mother a simpler, less intimidating smartphone experience. Here are my top three options. Apple iPhones: Because of the quality and functionality of Apple products, an iPhone is a great choice for seniors who are inexperienced with technology. But, to make it easier for you mom to use, you’ll need to set it up and customize it to meet her needs and preferences. To set-up your mom’s iPhone and make it senior-friendly, start by cleaning-up/decluttering the home screen, which you can do by deleting the apps your mom won’t use and hiding the apps she’ll rarely use in labeled folders or the App Library. The fewer options the better! You’ll also want to set up a small number of contacts (with photos) to family and friends that your mom frequently communicates with and install some apps she would enjoy using. Finally, iPhones have a wide variety of built-in accessibility features you can turn on depending on your mom’s needs. These features, which you access through the phone’s settings, can help users that have diminished vision, hearing impairment, hand dexterity problems or cognitive loss. Some popular accessibility features among older iPhone users include larger text and icon display, zoom (screen magnification), magnifier (turns iPhone into a magnifying glass), increased volume and alerts, voice control, find my iPhone, and emergency SOS and medical ID set up. But there are dozens of other tweaks you can make to enhance your mom’s experience with her iPhone. For a rundown of the different accessibility features and instructions on how to set them up, see Apple.com/ accessibility. If you’re interested in this option, the iPhone 12 (5G, 6.1-inch display screen, $800) or iPhone 12 mini (5G, 5.4-inch screen, $700) are excellent choices. Or, for a more budget-friendly phone consider the iPhone SE (4.7-inch screen, $400) that came out in 2020. Samsung Galaxy: If you’re an android phone user and would like to get your mom a phone that you’re familiar with, you should consider a Samsung. All Samsung phones offer an “Easy Mode” feature in their settings that boosts the text and icon size, and simplifies the home-screen layout and contacts, which makes these phones a nice option for seniors or tech-newbies. These phones also have a variety of accessibility features -see Samsung.com/us/accessibility/galaxy-mobile for instructions – that can accommodate your mom’s needs. The Samsung Galaxy S21 5G (6.2-inch screen, $800) or more moderately priced Galaxy A71 5G (6.7-inch screen, $600) are good choices to consider here. Lively Smart: Another less expensive option to consider is to purchase your mom a smartphone that’s specifically designed for seniors. The best one available is the new Lively Smart offered by Best Buy. This phone has a 6.2-inch screen, large text and a simple list-based menu that provides one-touch access to frequently used features like video chat, camera, email and more. It also offers a nice variety of optional health and safety features you can add on like:\ · Urgent Response, which is a mobile medical alert service that would connect your mom to a Lively agent in emergency situations, 24/7, who would confirm her location and get her the help she needs. · Urgent Care, which would let your mom to speak to a registered nurse or board-certified doctor anytime. · Lively Link, which is an app that sends alerts to family and friends if your mom calls urgent response. · Personal Operator Service, who can assist your mom with tasks like helping find addresses, setting up appointments booking Lively Rides through a partnership with Lyft and much more. The Lively Smart is available online at Lively.com or at Best Buy stores for $150. . Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit SavvySenior.org. 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A trash tag will enable residents to place any bagged household trash inside black city-issued trash carts. The trash tag sticker is to be placed on the front of the cart just above the cart serial number. Trash tags are best suited for residents who regularly produce enough trash to fill their black cart each week. At a yearly price of $75, residents will OBITUARIES Mary (Gentile) DiGiacomo Also known as, Maria of Saugus, formerly of Malden and Everett entered into eternal rest peacefully, at home, surrounded by her loving family. She was 94 years old passing just two days before becoming 95 years of age. Born in Caserta, Italy, Mary worked at Charleston Chew as a candy maker for many years. Mary was the daughter of the late Vincenzo and Pietronilla Gentile. Beloved wife of the late Joseph DiGiacomo. Dear and devoted mother of Elisa Guardia and her late husband, Ettore of Everett, Tony DiGiacomo and his wife, Cristina of Saugus and Vincent DiGiacomo and his wife, Angela of Saugus. Sister of Anna Millefiorini of Italy. Mary was the loving grandmother of 7 cherished grandchildren and 6 cherished great-grandchildren. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend Mary's visitation in the Cafasso & Sons Funeral Home, 65 Clark Street (Corner of Main Street) Everett, Friday, July at 8:30 a.m. followed by her funeral Mass in St. Anthony's Church 38 Oakes St. Everett at 10 a.m. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. flowers, contributions in Mary's memory to the charity of one's choice would be sincerely appreciated. Parking with attendants on duty. Salvatore A. Fulchini Of Malden, entered into eternal rest peacefully, June 28, 2021. He was 81. Born in Gesualdo, Avellino, Italy Sal was the son of the In lieu of late Vincenzo and Immaculata Fulchini. Beloved husband of the late Anna (Forgione). Dear and devoted father of Vincent Fulchini and his wife, Ellen of Malden, Margie Rich and her husband, PJ of Danvers, Lisa Goldstein and her husband, Jonathan of Reading and Carol Aguja and her husband, Bernard of Reading. Brother of Gerard Fulchini of Everett. Loving Papa of Isabella Goldstein, Austin Goldstein, Corey Goldstein, Ana Rich, Alex Rich, Julianna Aguja, Anji Aguja and Emma Fulchini. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend Salvatore’s funeral Mass in St. Anthony’s Church, 38 Oakes St., Everett, Thursday, July 1 at 10 a.m. Interment private. Late former owner/proprietor of the Everett Square Personal Market for many years. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Salvatore’s memory to the Alzheimer’s Association, 309 Waverley Oaks Rd, Waltham, MA 02452 would be sincerely appreciated. save money over the course of the year by switching over to a trash tag. Residents may still choose to purchase and use Blue PAYT bags as they provide both an option for weekly overflow or for those residents who produce less than one full cart of trash per week.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 9, 2021 Page 19 LEGAL NOTICE INVITATION FOR BID CITY OF MALDEN - OFFICE OF THE CONTROLLER The City of Malden invites sealed bids in accordance with M.G.L. Ch. 30, Sec. 39M from Vendors for: REPAIR AND RECONSTRUCTION OF STONE WALL AT WALLACE PARK Contract Documents will be available by email request at purchasing@cityofmalden.org after: 10:00 A.M., Thursday July 15, 2021. Bidders are requested to email the Controller’s Office their Company Name, Address, Email address, & Phone and what bid they are requesting. Bids must be submitted to the Office of the Controller, 2nd Floor; 215 Pleasant Street, Malden, MA 02148 by 2:00 P.M. on or before Tuesday August 10, 2021; bids will be publicly opened at this time. The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids, if in the public’s interest to do so. All bids must be accompanied by a bid deposit in an amount that is not less than five percent (5%) of the value of the bid. July 9, 2021 1. On July 2, 1922, the country’s first modern carillon was installed in the Church of Our Lady of Good Voyage in what Massachusetts city? 2. In what sport would you find SUP? 3. The plant camellia sinensis is better known as what? 4. On July 3, 1775, George Washington took command of the Continental Army at what suburb of Boston? 5. What is the official USA National March? 6. Who was known as the Maid of Orleans? 7. Cheesecake originated in ancient times in what country? 8. On July 4, 1883, who was born who invented the “Foolish Questions” game and received a Pulitzer Prize for political cartoons in 1948? 9. Which of the earth’s two poles has only ice and no land? 10. The “Ring of Fire” has the most volcanoes on earth and encircles what? 11. What host of “You Bet Your Life” said, “All people are born alike – except Republicans and Democrats”? 12. On July 5, 1775, the Continental Congress approved “The Olive Branch Petition” to what king (which he refused to receive)? 13. “Agreement Between the Settlers of New Plymouth” – reportedly written aboard ship in 1620 – is also called what? 14. On July 6, 1885, who gave an anti-rabies vaccine to a nineyear-old boy and saved his life? 15. What was the Leaning Tower of Pisa built for? 16. On July 7, 1930, what author of “A Study in Scarlet,” “The Hound of the Baskervilles” and “The Lost World” died? 17. What is the world’s largest art museum? 18. What 1971 song in 1972 was the then longest song to hit #1 on the pop chart? 19. Who became the first Puerto Rican baseball player to be a World Series MVP? 20. On July 8, 1800, Dr. Benjamin Waterhouse, a Harvard Medical School professor, successfully vaccinated his son and a servant –using cowpox matter – against what disease? ANSWERS LEGAL NOTICE 1. Gloucester 2. Stand Up Paddle-Boarding 3. Tea 4. Cambridge 5. “The Stars and Stripes Forever” by John Philip Sousa 6. Joan of Arc 7. Greece 8. Rube Goldberg 9. The North Pole 10. The Pacific Ocean 11. Groucho Marx 12. George III 13. The Mayflower Compact 14. Louis Pasteur 15. It was a bell tower. 16. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 17. The Louvre in Paris 18. “American Pie” 19. Roberto Clemente 20. Smallpox

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Page 22 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 9, 2021 LAURA ROSI OF HOUSING FAMILIES HONORED AS COMMONWEALTH HEROINE Rosi nominated by Senator Jason Lewis in recognition of her leadership as CEO of Malden-based housing and homelessness prevention organization B OSTON, MA (JUNE 23, 2021) The Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women announced the recognition of Housing Families CEO Laura Rosi as one of the 2021 Commonwealth Heroines of Massachusetts following nomination by Massachusetts Senator Jason Lewis. Laura Rosi is the CEO of Housing Families, a Malden-based housing and homelessness prevention organization that also operates an academic and therapeutic program for children and adults. Housing Families is one of the largest operators of affordable housing and shelter for homeless and very low-income families in Massachusetts. The non-profit organization recently expanded its services by opening its first-ever adult individual shelter in Malden. “I am honored to receive this award and incredibly grateful for Housing Families’ staff and partners who have worked tirelessly during the pandemic to bring services to our shared community. And thank you to Senator Lewis for being a champion of our work and for his part in advocating for the much-needed Malden Individual Shelter,” said Laura Rosi. Rosi joined Housing Families as CEO during a period of difficulty for the community-based organization, and Housing Families has stabilized and thrived under her leadership. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Housing Families’ Homelessness Prevention and Legal Services Program helped approximately 600 families remain housed and administered rental assistance to more than 200 families. “Especially since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Housing Families and Laura Rosi have been working on the front lines in our community to address homelessness, housing insecurity, and poverty,” said Senator Jason Lewis, who nominated Rosi as a Commonwealth Heroine. “Laura is a tireless leader whose hard work and vision have made incredible impacts in the lives of our neighbors and fellow residents.” Rosi’s passion for tackling issues with housing and homelessness began when she worked as a Housing Advocate at Housing Families, helping families obtain permanent housing. This role provided Rosi with an understanding of the families’ needs at a deeper level and enabled her to identify many systemic inefficiencies and inconsistencies tied to subREAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS BUYER1 TRAN, JIMMY T BUYER2 VIGUE, IAN Danvers Superb awaits in this well maintained home that offers excellent proximity to Major highways of 128, 95, and Route 1. The first floor has a lovely updated kitchen with granite counter tops, Stainless Steel Appliances, 1 bedroom, 1 bath and beautiful living room with gleaming hardwood floors. the home has a lovely three seasoned porch with lots of sun and overlooking beautiful yard. The second floor awaits 2 bedrooms. driveway for 4 cars. Great scale to parks and recreations....$499,000 Danvers Carolina Coral Patrick Rescigno Rosa Rescigno Carl Greenler Seize the opportunity to get in thriving Danvers neighborhood. Six room, 3 bedroom, 2 full baths. 6 car parking. Lot size of 24,699. This home is in a lovely and established location. Close to schools, parks and recreation....$649,000 Why List with Mango Realty? Our last listing SOLD $64,000 OVER ASKING with 28 OFFERS! 38 Main St., Saugus (617) 877-4553 mangorealtyteam.com ~ Meet Our Agents ~ SELLER1 SCADUTO, JASON SELLER2 sidized housing. This experience prompted her to become active in advocacy and policy. Rosi has been with Housing Families for more than 12 years. Before being appointed CEO in 2019, she served as Housing Families’ Director of Homelessness Prevention and Advocacy. Rosi is a graduate of Suffolk Law School, and in her spare time she has worked on pro bono Domestic Violence and Special Education projects. Rosi is also a board member of Metro North Housing Corp and a member of the Real Estate/Affordable Housing Section of the Boston Bar Association. Each year, the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women (MCSW) invites all state legislators to nominate one individual from their district to receive recognition at the Commonwealth Heroines event. The recognition is intended to highlight the contributions of women who make a difference in communities across the Commonwealth. These women are not normally recognized by the media but perform acts of kindness every day to help those around them. The MCSW is an independent state agency that was legislatively created in 1998 to advance women of the Commonwealth to full equality in all areas of life and to promote their rights and opportunities. The Commission provides a voice for Massachusetts women and is comprised of 19 members who are appointed by the Governor, Senate President, Speaker of the House of Representatives, and the Caucus of Women Legislators. 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 28 DUTTON ST CITY MALDEN Saugus DATE 14.06.2021 PRICE $857 000,00 SAUGUS - Location! Nice and Sunny 4 Rooms, 2 bedrooms, gleaming hardwood floors, balcony, storage, 1 deeded parking, Pet Friendly and more.........................................................$269,000 COMING SOON: STONEHAM Sue Palomba Founder, CEO Barry Tam Lea Doherty Ron Visconti Beautiful 4 level, 7 Room, 2 1/2 bath corner lot Townhouse offers Central Air, with great amenities including pool, 2 assigned parking spaces, pet friendly, barbecues welcome, minutes to major routes and Boston.......$589,950 Call Mango Realty at (617) 877-4553 for a Free Market Analysis! Fluent in Chinese, Cantonese, Italian & Spanish! UNDER AGREEMENT UNDER AGREEMENT

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Page 24 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 9, 2021 Follow Us On: COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY SALES & RENTALS Looking to purchase a new home? Sandy Juliano Broker/President Remember, the seller pays agents commission. There is no cost to you to use a real estate agent to protect you during the biggest transaction of your life! Call today and ask about Buyers Representation. WE KNOW EVERETT!! Call TODAY to sell or buy with the best! NEW LISTING BY SANDY! UNDER AGREEMENT! UNDER AGREEMENT TWO FAMILY 111-113 CHESTNUT ST., EVERETT $849,900 LISTED BY SANDY NEW PRICE! CALL NORMA FOR DETAILS! 617-590-9143 LISTED BY NORMA TWO FAMILY - 123 BUCKNAM ST., EVERETT $849,900 CALL QUAZI FOR DETAILS! 617-447-1989 SOLD! UNDER AGREEMENT 4 FAMILY TWO FAMILY 141 GARLAND ST., EVERETT $925,000 CALL SANDY FOR DETAILS: 617-448-0854 EVERETT RENTAL 1 BEDROOM $1,650/MO. WALK TO EVERETT SQUARE CALL NORMA FOR DETAILS 617-590-9143 EVERETT RENTAL 2 BEDROOM CALL NORMA FOR DETAILS 617-590-9143 Open Daily From 10:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. 433 Broadway, Suite B, Everett, MA 02149 Open Daily From 10:0 Joe DiNuzzo - Broker Associate :0 00 AM 5:00 PM www.jrs-properties.com Norma Capuano Parziale - Agent Denise Matarazz - Agent Maria Scrima - Agent Follow Us On: 617.544.6274 756 BROADWAY, EVERETT $859,900 CALL NORMA FOR DETAILS! 617-590-9143 UNDER AGREEMENT BY SANDY 3 BEDROOM SINGLE NORTH READING EVERETT RENTAL WOODLAWN AREA 3 BEDROOM $2,400/MO. MOVE IN READY CALL NORMA FOR DETAILS 617-590-9143 EVERETT RENTAL 2 BEDROOM $2,500/MO. CALL NORMA FOR DETAILS 617-590-9143 CHELSEA RENTAL - RENTED! 1 BEDROOM $1,400/MO. CALL JOE FOR DETAILS 617-680-7610 Rosemarie Ciampi - Agent Michael Matarazzo -Agent Mark Sachetta - Agent

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