State Representative Donato Democrat Leadership with Results! Maldden alld a Vol. 31, No. 30 den AADD -FREEOCAT AT 617-387-2200 By Tara Vocino O n Monday night, 110 Grill dedicated its function hall to Piantedosi Baking Company. The wholesale bread bakery, owned and operated by the PiPublished Every Friday M BTA officials this week announced a planned, month-long Orange Line been accompanied by a bus shuttle service diversion from Wellington Station in MedFIRE | SEE PAGE 9 www.advocatenews.net INSIDE INFORMATION: 'T' and federal safety officials continue investigating last week's Orange Line train fire; 200 passengers evacuated on bridge Planned month-long MBTA Orange Line maintenance project between Malden & Medford stations postponed Shuttle service between Wellington and Oak Grove station in Malden will NOT begin next week (Pol. Adv.) Your Only Local Newspaper Source for 30 Years! CTE E Friday, July 29, 2022 110 Grill Dedicates Function Hall to Piantedosi Baking Company antedosi family, has been in operation for more than 100 years. City and state officials, along with the Piantedosi family, gathered with 110 Grill Restaurant offi cials to honor the family with a function hall dedication. An Orange Line train car headed toward Malden caught fi re and caused the evacuation of 200 passengers on the Dana Bridge just before Assembly Station in Somerville. (Courtesy Photo) By Steve Freker maintenance and repair project, due to start next week, has been postponed and will be rescheduled in the future. The project would have Record investments for Malden as Mass. Legislature finalizes FY23 Budget House and Senate unanimously approved a compromise for budget, including $835K for local programs, initiatives and public services in Malden O n July 18, State Representatives Steven Ultrino, Paul Donato and Kate Lipper-Garabedian and State Senator Jason Lewis voted to enact the Fiscal Year 2023 Budget, H.5050, An Act making appropriations for the BUDGET | SEE PAGE 4 Shown from left to right: Piantedosi Sales and Marketing Director Domenic Savino, 110 Grill Director of Operations Kim Wallace, former Malden Mayor Edwin Lucey, 110 Grill Chief Operating Officer Ryan Dion, Piantedosi Baking Company Co-Owner Joseph Piantedosi, Malden Mayor Gary Christenson, former Malden Mayor Richard Howard and sales/marketing staff er Jared Piantedosi prepared to cut the ribbon. See page 14 for photo highlights. (Advocate photo by Tara Vocino)

Page 2 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 29, 2022 The CROWN Act signed by Governor alongside House and Senate sponsors, Cook Family and advocates Rep. Ultrino’s bill prohibits discrimination based on natural and protective hairstyles O n July 14 and 18 the Massachusetts Legislature enacted H.4554, An Act prohibiting discrimination based on natural and protective hairstyles – better known as Massachusetts’s version of The CROWN Act, and on July 26 Governor Charlie Baker signed the legislation into law. The CROWN Act stands for Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair. A recording of the signing ceremony can be found at https:// youtu.be/iDQ_xKAugxs. The CROWN Coalition is an alliance of organizations working to advance “anti-hair discrimination legislation across the United States.” Massachusetts will now join 17 other states to codify the defi nition of natural and protective hairstyle and protect its residents from being denied employment and educational opportunities because of their hair texture. Discrimination and policies restricting these respective hairstyles in schools, employment, housing and business settings will now be prohibited in the Commonwealth. This legislation would also expand criminal law prohibiting -Help WantedTra visors (Cr ds)    City of Malden Malden Police Department, Traffic Commission The City of Malden seeks Part Time Traffic Supervisors (Crossing Guards) – Multiple Positions. Provide safe crossing at crosswalks, as assigned, for pedestrians and students walking to and from school. Must be able to stand in one area for 1-hour intervals (with or without accommodation) to monitor and ensure traffic flow in all directions while providing safe crossing at busy intersections throughout the City of Malden. To see full job description and complete an application please visit cityofmalden.org/jobs 8/12/22 State Representative Steve Ultrino is shown with Mya and Deanna Cook at the State House for the Governor’s signing of the legislation of the Crown Act.(Courtesy photo Rep. Steve Ultrino) assault and battery for purposes of intimidation to include natural and protective hairstyles, while adding natural and protective hairstyles to hate crime data collection and reporting requirements. The bill was fi rst fi led last sesValid as of 7/28/2022* Open a 2-year CD with one of the region’s highest rates. Make your money work harder, longer, with our 2-year certificate of deposit account. 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I would like to thank my colleagues in both branches of the legislature for helping take this bill across the fi nish line.” “This really all started when we were in high school and our school banned us from wearing our hair in box braids. When that happened, me and Mya decided to get the school to change the rule. They were very adamant, and we had to protest and do detention sit-ins, to do postcard campaigns and fi ght to get the rule changed in our school. It sparked a movement for us to push to never have this happen to anyone else again,” said Deanna Cook, one of the Malden residents whose experiences became the inspiration behind The CROWN Act. “All the support for this just feels so amazing. It feels like everyone is ready for this to be a law. Back in 2017, it did not feel like that, so to be here in 2022 is just amazing,” said Mya Cook, Deanna’s sister, who stood beside her against the hair discrimination they faced at school. 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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 29, 2022 Page 3 Project Bread and Congresswoman Clark promote Summer Eats at Macdonald Stadium Offi ce of U.S. Senator Edward J. Markey Regional Director Liam Horsman, Mayor Gary Christenson, DESE Special Nutrition Programs Training Coordinator Shannon Raymond, DESE School Nutrition Programs Coordinator Kristina Webber, U.S. Department of Agriculture Regional School Nutrition Program Branch Chief Martine Cherry, MPS Superintendent Ligia Noriega-Murphy, MPS Finance Director Toni Mertz, Malden School Committee Vice Chair Jennifer Spadafora, Ward 5 School Committee Member Adam Weldai and MPS Assistant School Nutrition Director Kate Filteau. COVID-19 | SEE PAGE 15 Shown from left to right: Superintendent of Schools Ligia Noriega-Murphy, Malden Ward 8 School Committee Member Sharyn Rose-Zeiberg, Project Bread President/CEO Erin McAleer, Ward 5 School Committee Member Adam Weldai, State Representative Steven Ultrino, State Representative Paul Donato, Mayor Gary Christenson, Congresswoman Kathy Clark, State Representative Kate LipperGarabedian, driver Paul Romeo, School Committee Vice Chair Jen Spadafora, State Senator Jason Lewis and Malden Recreation Director Joseph Levine. Advocate Staff Report O n July 25, Project Bread, the state’s leading anti-hunger organization, Congresswoman Katherine Clark (5th District of Massachusetts) and the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) led state and local offi cials on a tour of the Malden Public Schools (MPS) Food Truck at a Summer Eats stop at Macdonald Stadium. Summer Eats provides free meals for kids and teens at hundreds of sites across Massachusetts. Participating partners, including Malden Public Schools and the Mystic Valley YMCA, help to fund meal sites, which provide anyone under the age of 18 with a free meal a day at Summer Eats locations. During the event, kids and teens ran over from the Malden recreation sports clinic, and families brought children from the neighborhood to receive free lunch – a hot chicken sandwich – served by school nutrition staff . Congresswoman Clark and other attendees helped serve meals to the dozens of children and teens at the site. Attendees included Congressman Clark, Project Bread President/CEO Erin McAleer, State Senator Jason Lewis (5th Middlesex District), State Representatives Kate Lipper-Garabedian (32nd Middlesex District), Paul Donato (35th Middlesex District) and Steven Ultrino (33rd Middlesex District), Mayor Gary Christenson shook hands with Recreation staff .

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The $52.7 billion spending bill will address immediate needs in the Commonwealth and focuses on sustainable long-term investments to help our economy continue its recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. The legislation also makes major investments in areas like workforce development, food insecurity and early education and care. This year the Malden delegation secured a record amount of $835,000 for Malden-based nonprofit organizations, local programs and initiatives and the City of Malden. Additionally, Representative Ultrino’s offi ce was proud to be House sponsor of the amendment allocating $1,000,000 to establishing the New American Voters Grant program, which was included in the fi nal budget and supported by the Malden delegation. The program will allow municipalities and community-based nonprofi t organizations across the Commonwealth to expand language access services and assist voter outreach. 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Page 6 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 29, 2022 Malden Today, Tomorrow & Yesterday – Galleria Umberto By Peter Levine “5 0 Words” – featured every week in the “Ideas” section of the Boston Sunday Globe. Here is my take on “50 Words.” This is yet another of my off erings to The Globe that, Law Offices of Terrence W. Kennedy 512 Broadway, Everett • Criminal Defense • Personal Injury • Medical Malpractice Tel: (617) 387-9809 Cell: (617) 308-8178 twkennedylaw@gmail.com of course, was rejected. Thank goodness I have my own column! Insert smiley face. 50 Words: 1962 Galleria Umberto: 1962. The walk from Carney Court in Charlestown to Parmenter Street in the North End was a short one. Mom’s taking the three of us to Galleria Umberto for square slices of pizza before square slices were called Sicilian. Before Ralph, Paul, and their mom opened up on Hanover Street. Picked up pieces while remembering all the things I love about Malden... • There is some serious TLC in the front yard of 82 Cedar St. – beautiful display of flora and fauna! • All hail newly paved Highland Avenue. If you remember from past episodes of MTTY, driving down Highland from Maple to the Fells felt like a war zone – for what seemed like years. No longer. It looks marvelous! Thank you for all the hard work that went into it. • The new front desk in the City Hall lobby? Forgetaboutit! Beautiful addition to already magnifi - cent building. That desk has Ron Hogan written all over it! Way to go, Malden! • The Juneteenth celebration at Lincoln Commons was a glorious day in Malden history. Kudos to MaldenCore. Kudos to Malden. Kudos to all who took time out of their busy lives to be part of this historic day. • In the spirit of esoteric Malden history... the fi rst graduating class at Boy’s Catholic High School (1936) included Steve, Walter and Diane Wishoski’s dad, Walter, and Cemetery Super Jimmy Cahill’s pop, Martin. • As reported by The Malden Sun-Times, a 1974 Malden “political slice of life”: “Some things that seemed better last year are now worse. The City Council which lost so much of its circus atmosphere when Councilors Thomas Cosgrove and Amelia Miclette [My note: Tom and Amelia were liberals] were members is back to its old tricks with Council papers being pulled out of the hat without warning. They raised their pay by 44 percent – from $4,500 to $6,500 per year – in a lightning action last month, so now we’ll have more than our share of clowns collecting $6,500.” My comment: ouch! • Oh, my goodness! 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View all our listings at: CarpenitoRealEstate.com speaking of the Converse Family Reunion how on earth could I have forgotten the Adelaide Breed Bayrd Foundation for their generosity and (as always) altruism. Without Henry Kezer and their assistance this event would not have been the success it was. Thank you for all you folks do for Malden. • It was 45 years ago this August that an Edgeworth institution met its demise. Pearl Baking Company at 284 Pearl St., which had been abandoned since a fi re destroyed it in 1977, was a source of irritation and an eyesore to area residents ever since. Neighbors complained of the building being infested with vermin and being used as a “hangout for youths” who gathered there to drink. “The Bakery” was eventually demolished by Testa Company of Revere, but during its heyday when the ovens where blasting away (especially on a hot summer night) making some of the fi nest bread in town, the unmistakable and aromatic smell of bread baking swept over all of Edgeworth and beyond. • So long, JRM Hauling & Recycling. Some Maldonians simply adored Jimmy (Motzkin) and his hardworking team of employees. Others despised the organization. All agree that Jimmy, this ain’t your father’s JRM Hauling & Recycling. From somebody who, years ago, toiled six very long weeks in your front offi ce, who appreciated the hard work your boys do and who admires your place in Malden history, I wish all the best. Especially to your employees who, I hope, land on their feet and are taken care of by Republic Services. • The City Hall Courtyard name dedication for Ed Lucey was a standing room only (love) affair. Family, friends, former political colleagues (and a few rivals) lined up patiently for their photo op with Ed and to shake the hand of the man who brought Malden into the 21st century. Former Mayor “Ace” Howard, former MHS Principal Dana Brown, former Ward Councillor (and Malden YMCA superstar hoopster of yesteryear) Billy Coleman, current City Council President Craig Spadafora and many of the current School Committee and City Council members listened intently as one of the last of the old-school pols, obviously humbled by the ceremony, spoke honestly and from the heart. Thank you, Ed, for your time in offi ce. You were a man with vision, integrity and purpose, inspiring others to also do good. Malden was incredibly lucky to have you as a leader. And still is. • Congratulations to newly appointed Chief of Police Glenn Cronin. Glenn is a great guy and the perfect choice to replace outgoing great guy Kevin Molis. Chief Cronin checks off all the boxes that will make him a fabulous replacement! Malden will love Chief Cronin. • If Galleria Umberto’s Ralph Deuterio looks familiar, he should. He was a “Y Rat” inhabiting the weight room mostly during the glory days of the old Y, a gentleman of the old school and a sweetheart of a man. • Did you know that former Amerige Park “dawn to dusker” (1979 MHS grad) Gary Cherone is currently on tour with Aerosmith’s Joe Perry as Perry’s lead vocalist? Fact. He’s been called a “name dropper” and an “(expletive deletMALDEN: TODAY| SEE PAGE 7

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 29, 2022 Page 7 always been a great big bear hug and kiss to Malden. Deep dive my articles and you’ll see that “(expletive deleted) kissing” goes way back. Nothing new. Unabashed homer from Day 1. Guilty. “For duty and humanity,” as The Three Stooges once proclaimed. All for the good of Malden! www.eight10barandgrille.com We Have Reopened for Dine-In and Outside Seating every day beginning at 4 PM MALDEN: TODAY | FROM PAGE 6 ed) kisser” (see details below). He’s also been called a “turd smith” (ouch!) and a sanctimonious fake news purveyor (oh, the pain!). Those are just from his friends! I (semi) kid. He’s the author of this column and “Malden Musings” answering some of those “hard hitting” questions he’s posed to so many others. For your reading pleasure? Take it away, (the original) Pistol Pete: 1. My full name is...Peter Frank Levine. 2. I am currently...employed by the City of Malden in the Parking Department. 3. I am saving up for...a 1956 Chevy Bel Air 2 Door Hardtop. 4. My home is in…West Peabody. Yes, pilgrims, I reluctantly made the move a short while back. It was painful, and still is. More on this later. 5. I love people who...are real, have a sense of humor and embrace reason and logic in all aspects of their life stance. 6. Something I say a lot is...“fuhgeddaboudit” – the meaning explained concisely by Donnie Brasco aka Johnny Depp in the movie “Donnie Brasco.” 7. I consider myself to be...a good listener. 8. I need to have...my grandchildren, Galleria Umberto Sicilian slices, Ballantine Ale, my sister Barbara’s chicken cutlets, Chuck Taylor’s, my recliner, YouTube TV, Bikeeny Caffe coffee and the Malden Advocate on a quiet Friday morning in the place that Cemetery Director Jimmy Cahill built, the Forestdale Cem. 9. My favorite movie(s) of all time are...“Gentleman’s Agreement” and “Angels with Dirty Faces.” 10. My all-time role model is...my mother, Dorothy Drago Levine. 11. I respect people who... have an open mind and use a humanistic approach in their daily lives. 12. The best thing anyone has ever said to me is...26-yearold Cliff Cioffi to 21-year-old Peter Levine, “you played a great game tonight.” 13. I am happiest when...I am with my grandchildren, when I am sitting with lifelong friends at the Italian American Citizens’ Club, when I am shooting a basketball and whenever I think of my late mother. 14. I find Ward 7 Councillor Chris Simonelli funny/hilarious. 15. I am named after...my uncle Peter “Paci” Levine. 16. I have two stepdaughters. 17. The farthest I’ve ever been from home is... (name dropping alert) the 1998 Van Halen Record Release Party, Los Angeles, California. 18. My special talents are... making you feel like you are my best friend, a talent I inherited from my mother. Insert smiley face. 19. I have zero pets. 20. I played sports as a youngster at Devir, Little Pearl and Amerige Park. As Peter Falk’s iconic TV character “Columbo” would say, “Just one more thing sir” – something I wrote was worthy of social media attention. I’ve finally made it! I am somebody! Granted, I was called a “name dropping (expletive deleted) kisser” but as the saying goes, “Bad publicity is better than no publicity.” Gushing praise I had for Mayor Christenson was the target of these memberspluscu.org 781-905-1500 EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY as low as SUMMER SIZZLER LOAN up to 12-Months $500 - $5,000 5.19% Vacations APR* Improvements Extra Cash Apply online FAST at memberspluscu.org. comments. Granted, I may have gone a bit overboard with my remarks, but I was in a good mood that day – just coming off a fourday weekend when my fingers started flying all over the keyboard. Listen, this column (and every column from Day 1) have WE'RE OPEN! 8 Norwood Street, Everett (617) 387-9810 YOUR SUMMER FUN... FOR LESS! STAY SAFE! *APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Payments for 5.19% APR for 12-months are approximately $85.70 per month per $1,000 borrowed. Payment does not reflect disability and/or credit life insurance and may differ slightly due to rounding. Terms up to 12 months. Minimum loan amount $500 and maximum loan amount $5,000. APR is based upon member’s credit score. Rates listed above reflect excellent credit scores. Rates effective June 1, 2022 thru September 5, 2022 and subject to change without notice. Membership requires a $5 deposit in a share/savings account.

Page 8 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 29, 2022 T BBB Scam: If your driveway needs paving or repairs, don’t trust just anyone to do the job. Once the transaction is comhe Better Business Bureau (BBB) Scam Tracker has numerous reports of unscrupulous contractors who trick homeowners with supposedly good deals. Homeowners end up with shoddy pavement – or nothing at all – to show for what they paid and, in some cases, have lost over $8,000 in the process. How the scam works A contractor leaves a pamphlet or shows up at the door. They claim they’ve been doing work in the area and just happened to notice the condition of your driveway or sidewalk. Since they’re already working nearby, they can give you a discount. If the price is agreeable, they will then ask for a large percentage of the fee upfront. There is some hesitancy if there is a question on the price or details about the business and its location. plete, the scam contractor might disappear altogether. The contact number or email might not work, quickly helping you realize that the contact information was a sham. If you protest, the contractor might use intimidation tactics, such as threatening a lawsuit, to convince you to pay up. In other cases, once complete, the contractor's work is shoddy and unprofessional, but the Malden, let us wrap your home in energy savings all year round. full payment has been made. Reaching the company that the contractor allegedly represented is impossible, or the contractor pretended to be from another company. In any of these scenarios, the chances of getting a refund or the work fixed are slim. How to avoid contractor scams Be wary of unsolicited offers. Most scams involving contractors begin when a random contractor tries to go out of their way to offer an estimate that was never requested. Research companies and contractors before you hire. Start with BBB.org. If the contractor has multiple negative reviews and complaints, don’t hire them. Often, a simple internet search will reveal companies or individuals SCAM| SEE PAGE 22 As a part of National Grid’s Community First partnership, Malden residents are eligible to save 75% or more on approved insulation and no-cost air sealing. Just think of insulation as a comfortable sweater for your home keeping the air you want in and air sealing as a jacket keeping dust and allergens out. Air sealing and insulation work together to save energy all year long. This program will help residents like you: Better manage energy use. Increase comfort all year long. To get started, schedule your no-cost Home Energy Assessment today. Learn more at masssave.com/malden or call 1-866-527-SAVE (7283) Make your home more environmentally friendly. Keep out dust and allergens. Everett Aluminum 10 Everett Ave., Everett 617-389-3839 Owned & operated by the Conti family since 1958 • 57 Years! family since 1958 • 64 “Same name, phone number & address for 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! Summer is Here!

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 29, 2022 Page 9 FIRE| FROM PAGE 1 ford to Oak Grove Station in Malden. Regular train service will be in effect next week instead and the shuttle bus service between the Malden and Medford stations will not be employed. The announcement of the postponement of the major $80 million-plus project, primarily track and signal work, came just days after an Orange Line train car headed outbound to Malden caught fi re, causing the evacuation of 200 passengers last Thursday, July 21. About 200 passengers were on board an MBTA train when it caught fi re Thursday morning on the bridge over the Mystic River in Somerville. The fire caused passengers to kick out the windows and evacuate to the bridge in an eff ort to escape, and one woman jumped off the bridge into the river below, according to reports. According to an MBTA report, one of the Orange Line outbound trains caught fi re just around 6:45 a.m. as it was approaching Assembly Station, producing heavy smoke and visible flames from the front of the train as it stopped on Dana Bridge, which spans the Mystic River in Somerville. The Orange Line train was just one stop away from Wellington Station in Medford and two stops from Malden Center station. Oak Grove in Malden is the final stop on the outbound end of the Orange Line. "Smoke was observed on the head car of a southbound train approaching Assembly Station (Somerville). Power was turned off between Wellington and Assembly and the Somerville Fire Department responded," according to MBTA offi cials, in a statement released Friday. No injuries were reported as a result of the fi re to passengers or staff . The woman who jumped into the Mystic River from the Dana Bridge reportedly swam to shore and was not injured as well. The Orange Line train fi re and evacuation Thursday comes shortly after the release of a Federal Transit Administration (FTA) investigation and report which cited the MBTA for a number of safety issues, primarily understaffi ng in some area which the report said could potentially generate "safety risks". There were no indications that any of the safety issues cited by the FTA led to Thursday's train car fi re. **** COVID-19 Booster Shots and vaccines are available through city of Malden; All those vacciThe Malden Board of Health is hosting COVID-19 Booster Shot clinics. Go to cityofmalden.org to register. nated will receive gift cards if vaccinated at August 21 clinic The City of Malden and the city's Health Department is hosting COVID-19 Booster Shot clinics. Go to the city of Malden website at cityofmalden.org to register for a booster shot clinic and make an appointment for vaccination. The Malden Public Schools and Malden Health Department (MPS)recently hosted two vaccination clinics at the Beebe School, including one this past Monday for anyone aged 6 months or older. A third and fi nal vaccination clinic associated and supported by MPS will be held at Rivers Edge Park, 209 Rivers Edge Drive on the Malden-Medford line from 3:00-6:00 p.m. Everyone ages 5-older will receive a gift card if they receive a vaccination that day. Those receiving the fi rst dose will receive a $100 gift card. Those receiving a second dose will receive a $25 gift card. Those receiving Booster Shots will receive a $25 gift card. 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 No one was injured as a result of a fi re on this Orange Line train car last Thursday which caused the evacuation of 200 passengers. (Courtesy Photo) John Mackey, Esq. * Katherine M. Brown, Esq. Patricia Ridge, Esq. 2.55 CD The k se you like to see. Open a 3- egions highest rates. se you li Stop into one o anches to open an account. en a 3egion into one o Member FDIC | Member DIF *Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is subject to change without notice. Fixed rate term Certificate of Deposits accounts, rates are guaranteed for the length of the term. Minimum deposit to open account and to obtain the APY is $500 unless otherwise specified. APY is based on principal and interest remaining in the account for a period of one year. Penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal. For consumer accounts only. No out of state deposits. ECB NOW Checking Account is requested.

Page 10 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 29, 2022 Chinese Culture Connection receives $35K grant from Mass Cultural Council T he Chinese Culture Connection (CCC) announced it has received a $35,000 grant from the Mass Cultural Council through its Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Arts & Culture COVID-19 Recovery Program. This special one-year grant program was established and funded through a legislative earmark in the Fiscal Year 2022 state budget. Its goal is to uplift and provide financial assistance to AAPI arts and culture organizations that have been economically impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. “We are very grateful to the Massachusetts Cultural Council and to the state legislature for funding this program,” said CCC Executive Director Mei Hung. “We are especially honored that the MCC has selected the Chinese Culture Connection to receive funds under this program. This grant recognizes the We Sell Cigars & Accessories R.Y.O. 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With the help of these funds, CCC is able to restart many of its in-person programs after a two-year hiatus. “The Chinese Culture Connection has been providing cultural and educational programs and services to support the Asian and non-Asian communities in the greater Malden area for more than 20 years,” said State Representative Steve Ultrino, a Democrat representing the 33rd Middlesex District. “I am very proud of the Chinese Culture Connection, and I fully support its efforts to promote cross-cultural understanding.” With this grant, CCC will continue to provide a wide range of educational programs in the areas of language, arts, humanities and civic engagement. These programs are designed for both children and adults, and they will serve Chinese immigrants, Chinese descendants and those who are interested in learning about Chinese culture. CCC’s mission is to bring different types of learning and exchange to promote intercultural understanding and harmony, with the goals of helping immigrants thrive in their new home and Chinese descendants learn more about their cultural heritage. By doing so, our community develops positive multicultural identities. For more information about the Chinese Culture Connection’s programs and services, please visit www.ChineseCultureConnection.org or call 781321-6316. How to Stay Cool in the Heat Tips from Cambridge Health Alliance emergency physician on how to stay safe in the summer sun W ith the summer temperatures climbing, heat can become dangerous. Here are some tips from Dr. Melisa Lai-Becker, chief of the CHA Everett Hospital Emergency Department, about how to stay cool when everything is hot. • If you don’t have to go outside, don’t. If you must go outside, limit your time outdoors and try to stay out of the sun. • If you go outside, use sun protection. Sunscreen and a hat will help protect you from the sun. • Make sure to stay hydrated. Take Advantage of all our HOLIDAY SPECIALS! Buy Cigars by the Box & SAVE! Competitive prices on all Brands, Great Selection While water is the best option, Dr. Lai-Becker says that drinking anything is better than nothing. Try to avoid caffeine, sugary drinks and alcohol, but if you want a soft drink or an alcoholic beverage, she suggests drinking water with it in a 1:1 ratio. • Drink sports drinks or eat something with salt if you are worried about overhydrating in the heat. Crackers like saltines or tortilla chips will replenish salt reserves if you have had a lot of water. • Eat a light meal if you’re feeling faint or if you haven’t eaten very much because of the heat. Fruits like berries or watermelon will help you hydrate and fill your stomach. • Pay attention to the most vulnerable. Babies, children, pets and older people are far more sensitive to these conditions. • If you don’t have air-conditioning, make sure air is circulating. Open your windows and make sure air is coming in. Dr. Lai-Becker says, “Use a cool face cloth, take a shower, or use a fan – whether electric or handheld. These will help tremendously. Fans are good with a little spray mist.” • Take advantage of cool environments. If you have a paddling pool, you can use that for a short amount of time, or take kids to a spray park or the beach. Consider going to a library or a movie theater, either of which will be air-conditioned. • If you start to feel ill, go inside and try to cool off. If after trying any of these activities for approximately 30 minutes you are feeling nauseated, dizzy or exhausted, seek medical attention. Cambridge Health Alliance's Emergency Departments in Cambridge and Everett are available 24/7 if you have medical issues. Orange Line Work, Planned for Next Month, To Be Rescheduled B OSTON – The MBTA announced this week that a previously scheduled diversion on the Orange Line, which was set to begin this weekend, will be rescheduled. Originally, Orange Line service was set to be diverted between Oak Grove and Wellington stations between July 29 and August 28 to complete track and signal work. While the MBTA is pausing this work for now, the MBTA is exploring additional opportunities to accelerate work on the Orange Line, and will keep riders updated. The MBTA continues to prioritize safety enhancements and address additional track work and maintenance associated with the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) directives. This includes projects that address track conditions in need of most repair and those that currently have substantial speed restrictions. For example, earlier this month, the MBTA’s Track Department installed approximately 500’ of rail on the southbound Orange Line tracks between Back Bay and Massachusetts Avenue stations that allowed the T to lift a speed restriction that was approximately 1500’ long from 10 mph to 25 mph, speeding up trips by about one minute. When all track work is completed in this area, the speed will be able to be increased to 40 mph. For more information, please visit mbta.com/OLT or connect with the T on Twitter @MBTA, Facebook /TheMBTA, or Instagram @theMBTA.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 29, 2022 Page 11 Massachusetts Unemployment & Job Estimates for June T he state’s June total unemployment rate dropped by two-tenths of a percentage point at 3.7 percent over the month, the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development announced on Friday. The preliminary job estimates of the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) indicate that Massachusetts gained 3,400 jobs in June. This follows last month’s revised gain of 400 jobs. The largest over-the-month private sector job gains were in Construction, Professional and Business Services, and Information. Employment now stands at 3,664,200. Since the employment trough in April 2020, Massachusetts has gained 613,200 jobs. From June 2021 to June 2022, BLS estimates, Massachusetts gained 164,700 jobs. The largest over-the-year gains occurred in Leisure and Hospitality, Professional, Scientific, and Business Services, and Education and Health Services. The June unemployment rate of 3.7 percent was 0.1 percentage point above the national rate reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The labor force decreased by an estimated 2,300 from 3,775,600 in May, as 4,400 more residents were employed, and 6,700 fewer residents were unemployed over the month. Over the year, the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was down by 2.3 percentage points. The state’s labor force participation rate – the total number of residents 16 or older who worked or were unemployed and actively sought work in the last four weeks – remained steady at 66.0 percent. Compared to June 2021, the labor force participation rate was up 0.3 percentage point. June 2022 Employment Overview Construction gained 3,300 jobs over the month. Over the year, 13,000 jobs were added. Professional and Business Services gained 1,100 jobs over the month. Over the year, 32,100 jobs were added. Information gained 600 jobs over the month. Over the year, 6,300 jobs were added. Leisure and Hospitality gained 500 jobs over the month. Over the year, 58,300 jobs were added. Other Services lost 100 jobs over the month. Over the year, 7,000 jobs were added. Financial Activities lost 100 jobs over the month. Over the year, 3,600 were lost. Trade, Transportation and Utilities lost 300 jobs over the month. Over the year, 19,500 jobs were added. Manufacturing lost 400 over the month. Over the year, 9,100 jobs were added. Education and Health Services lost 900 jobs over the month. Over the year, 24,500 jobs were added. Labor Force Overview The June estimates show that 3,633,900 Massachusetts residents were employed and 139,400 were unemployed, for a total labor force of 3,773,300. The unemployment rate was down 0.2 percentage point at 3.7 percent from the May rate of 3.9 percent. Over the month, the June labor force was down by 2,300 from 3,775,600 in May, with 4,400 more residents employed and 6,700 fewer residents unemployed. The labor force participation rate (the share of working age population employed UNEMPLOYMENT | SEE PAGE 14 READY to SWING: Tyler Kalil is ready to take a big swing at the Malden Rec Baseball Camp. MHS Athletics Photo Malden players: We Love Baseball! A group of Malden baseball players had a blast at this week's free Instructional Baseball Camp, hosted by Malden High School Baseball, Malden Public Schools Athletic Dept. and Malden Recreation Dept. at Rotondi Field in Malden. Courtesy/MHS Athletics THE LINEUP— Malden High All-Star Ezekiel Noelsaint works with a group of players at the Malden Rec Baseball Camp. MHS Athletics Photo MALDEN on THREE! — Malden High players Ezekiel Noelsaint, Clifton Noelsaint lead the group at the camp. MHS Athletics Photo HITTING LESSON— Malden High Assistant Varsity Coach Mike DiCato instructs at MHS Baseball Camp. MHS Athletics Photo

Page 12 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 29, 2022 Beacon Hill Roll Call By Bob Katzen GET A FREE SUBSCRIPTION TO MASSTERLIST – Join more than 22,000 people, from movers and shakers to political junkies and interested citizens, who start their weekday morning with MASSterList—the popular newsletter that chronicles news and informed analysis about what’s going on up on Beacon Hill, in Massachusetts politics, policy, media and influence. The stories are drawn from major news organizations as well as specialized publications selected by widely acclaimed and highly experienced writers Keith Regan and Matt Murphy who introduce each article in their own clever and inimitable way. MASSterlist will be e-mailed to you FREE every Monday through Friday morning and will give you a leg up on what’s happening in the blood sport of Bay State politics. For more information and to get your free subscription, go to: https://lp. constantcontactpages.com/su/ aPTLucK THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Hill Roll Call records representatives’ and senators’ votes on roll calls from the week of July 18-22. $52.7 BILLION FISCAL 2023 STATE BUDGET (H 5050) House 152-0, Senate 40-0, approved and sent to Gov. Charlie Baker a $52.7 billion fiscal 2023 state budget for the fi scal year that began July 1, including $1.23 billion in unrestricted general government aid to cities and towns, an increase of $63.1 million over last year. Other provisions include $187 million to fund the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA); $226.2 million for a safety and workforce reserve to address ongoing safety concerns identifi ed by the Federal Transit Administration’s Safety Management Inspection; $441 million for the Special Education Circuit Breaker, reimbursing school districts for the high cost of educating students with disabilities at the mandated 75 percent reimbursement rate; $23 million for homeless student transportation; $1.5 million to educate middle and high school students on the history of genocide; and $75.3 million for sexual assault and domestic violence prevention services. Sen. Mike Rodrigues (D-Westport), chair of the Senate Ways and Means Committee, said the budget reflects the Senate’s priorities by upholding fi scal responsibility, supporting the everyday needs of our residents and ensuring the state’s economic foundation remains strong. “It builds long-term economic security for the commonwealth by leveraging the state’s strong revenue growth to make signifi cant investments in areas like early education and care, K-12 schools, mental health, workforce development, housing stability and much more," said Rodrigues. “It provides for a signifi cant increase in local aid for our cities and towns while investing in many critical programs to support our schools, seniors and veterans,” said House Minority Leader Brad Jones (R-North Reading). “We fi nd ourselves in the enviable position of having more revenues available than initially anticipated, but that makes it even more important to set spending priorities that are hopefully prudent in the near-term and sustainable moving forward.” “As Massachusetts residents and businesses continue to face discouraging economic uncertainty, the [budget] responds to the fi nancial challenges facing the commonwealth by balancing a focus on immediate needs such as workforce development, with a focus on long-term investments that are designed to grow our economy in a sustainable way,” said House Speaker Ron Mariano (D-Quincy). “Massachusetts is resilient, and this budget helps us create the conditions to continue being resilient into the future,” said Senate President Karen Spilka (D-Ashland). “This budget incorporates the lessons of the COVID-19 pandemic by continuing to save money for a rainy day, invest in support for the most vulnerable among us, and chart a course to ensure that Massachusetts remains a competitive place to innovate for generations to come.” (A “Yes” vote is for the budget.) Rep. Paul Donato Rep. Steven Ultrino Sen. Jason Lewis Yes Yes Yes SUSPEND RULES TO ALLOW IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION OF CLEAN ENERGY BILL (H 5060) House 126-27, Senate 36-3, approved a motion to suspend the rules so that the House-Senate conference committee version of a clean energy bill can be considered immediately. Under the Legislature’s rules, all conference committee bills must be fi led by 8 p.m. the day before they are up for debate and a vote so that legislators have ample time to read the measure. This bill was not fi led until 12:11 a.m. on Thursday morning so without suspending the rules, the bill could not be considered until Friday morning. Supporters of suspending the rules said that it is very important for the environment and to help solve the problem of climate change that this vital bill be up for debate immediately so that it can be sent to Gov. Baker. “My vote against suspending the rules was simply to ensure that my colleagues were given adequate time to review a lengthy and complex piece of legislation before voting on it, which is why the 8 p.m. rule is in place,” saidGOP Minority Leader Rep. Brad Jones (R-North Reading). (A “Yes” vote is for suspension of the rules. A “No” vote is against it.) Rep. Paul Donato Rep. Steven Ultrino Sen. Jason Lewis Yes Yes Yes CLEAN ENERGY AND REDUCED EMISSIONS (H 5060) House 143-9, Senate 38-2, approved and sent to Gov. Baker legislation that would expand the clean energy industry and reduce emissions from the transportation and building sectors across the state with the goal of reaching net-zero emissions by 2050. “Massachusetts has an opportunity to meet the urgency of the climate crisis through our nation-leading innovation, workforce and energy resources,” said Rep. Jeff Roy (D-Franklin), House chair of the Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy. “This timely and comprehensive piece of legislation is carefully calibrated to provide a portfolio of robust clean energy, including off shore wind and decarbonize our largest-emitting industries, all while attracting a world-class supply chain, intensive workforce training initiatives and the investment necessary to prepare our electric distribution system for the energy needs of the future.” “The bill dramatically increases the cost of energy in Massachusetts at a time when energy costs already hover at record highs, and the price of all other goods are increasing due to record inflation,” said Sen. Ryan Fattman (R-Sutton). “People won’t be able to aff ord this legislation, especially the drastic changes that will be needed in older homes. Everyone laments how expensive housing is, yet the Legislature just made housing more expensive by passing this bill.” (A “Yes” vote is for the bill. A “No” vote is against it.) Rep. Paul Donato Rep. Steven Ultrino Sen. Jason Lewis 5046) House 120-33, approved an amendment that makes changes to the Bay State’s gun laws. The amendment was attached to a separate bond bill. BHRC | SEE PAGE 16 Yes Yes Yes CHANGES TO GUN LAWS (H

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 29, 2022 Page 13 It is Said in Malden BBB Scam: If you are planning a party and need to rent chairs, decorations, a bouncy house or any other supplies, scammers are looking to target you T he Better Business Bureau (BBB) Scam Tracker is getting reports of party hosts tricked by rentals that don’t materialize. Before planning your next party, get to know this scam to avoid being conned. The Flames coached by Deano Summers are your 2022 Malden Babe Ruth League Playoff Champions. By Steve Freker T hat another Malden icon has "left the building," Mimi's Roast Beef and Seafood, a fi xture on Centre Street (Route 60) since the late 1970s, has been replaced with a Korean Bistro. **** That many Malden streets are being repaired and repaved this summer as part of an ongoing, citywide infrastructure improvement plan. **** That some Malden Square businesses on the fi rst part of Main Street have gotten a great facelift and the fi rst new sign is for Mr. Suazo's Barbershop, which is located at the former longtime site of the Pleasant Smoke Shop which was operated for decades by the Strauss family. **** That congratulations are in order for the Flames of the Malden Babe Ruth League and manager Deano Summers, as they are the 2022 City Series Champions, defeating the Knights in the fi nals, the eighth Playoff crown under Summers' guidance. **** That the Malden Senior Babe Ruth Bambinos/Summer Tornados team has qualifi ed for the postseason for the 38th time in the past 38 years and are the #3 seed of 8 teams in the playoff s, where they will host Arlington at Rotondi Field on Sunday night at 7:00 p.m. in fi rst-round action. Sen. Jason Lewis announces local August Office Hours S tate Senator Jason Lewis will be holding Office Hours in Malden on Monday, August 1 from 10:30-11:30 a.m. at the Malden Senior Center (7 Washington St). Any constituent of Senator Lewis is welcome to attend Offi ce Hours, with no appointment necessary, to meet with the Senator and discuss any personal issue or legislative feedback. Senator Lewis will also be holding Offi ce Hours the same day in Melrose from 12-1 p.m. at the Milano Family Senior Center (201 W. Foster St) and in Wakefi eld from 1:30-2:30 p.m. at the Wakefi eld Senior Center (30 Converse St). Another option for residents who would like to meet with Senator Lewis is to attend virtual Offi ce Hours, which will be held on Monday, August 15 from 2-3 p.m. on Zoom. For further information or any questions, visit SenatorJasonLewis.com or contact his offi ce at (617) 722-1206 or Jason.Lewis@masenate.gov. How the scam works You are planning a party and need to rent supplies. You do a web or social media search and fi nd a few options. For example, you may fi nd a website that looks legitimate and has a convenient online booking system. Or you might message someone through a social media account that seems professional. Either way, the “vendor” promises to reserve your rental for the date you need it – if you pay a deposit first. They might also require you to fi ll out a contact form with your personal details. The date of your party arrives, and your rental tent, furniture or other supplies don’t arrive. At this point, the “vendor” might tell you they’ve had an emergency and can’t deliver on their promise. However, when you ask for your money back, the scammers will disappear completely. Other times, you can’t contact the rental company at all. One consumer reported this experience to BBB Scam Tracker: “The day of the event, the rental never came. I called the phone number, and it went straight to an answering machine… I left several messages. None have been returned, and it has now been two months.” How to avoid rental scams Do your research before you rent. Look for the rental company’s website and ensure it has accurate contact information. Then, read consumer reviews about the company on third-party websites, such as BBB.org. Also, search the business name plus the word “scam” to make sure you don’t fi nd any reports of fraudulent business dealings. Be careful with your personal details. You might need to fi ll out a contract with personal information, but make sure you are dealing with a legitimate, professional company before you hand over sensitive information. Be wary of people who contact you on messaging apps. Legitimate businesses might use messaging apps to interact with you, but it’s unlikely they will contact you out of the blue this way. Even if you do speak with a business through a messaging app, make sure they have a website and working contact information. Always pay with a credit card. It’s much easier to dispute fraudulent charges if you use your credit card. If you pay with a debit card or cash, you may not get your money back if you fi nd out you were scammed. For more information Get BBB advice on planning a wedding (https://www.bbb.org/ all/wedding) or renting a venue for your next party (https:// www.bbb.org/article/news-releases/26819-bbb-tip-fi ndingan-event-venue-for-your-nextparty). If you spot a party rental scam or any other kind of scam, report it to BBB.org/ScamTracker to help build consumer awareness.

Page 14 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 29, 2022 110 Grill Dedicates Function Hall to Piantedosi Baking Company Shown from left to right: 100 Grill Chief Operating Officer Ryan Dion, Mayor Gary Christenson, Piantedosi Baking Company CoOwner Joseph Piantedosi, former Mayor Edwin Lucey, sales/ marketing staffer Jared Piantedosi, Jared’s wife, Julie Piantedosi, and former Mayor Richard Howard in front of a sign dedicating the room to the Piantedosi Baking Co. Shown from left to right: front row: sales specialist David Vieira, Co-Owner Joseph Piantedosi, Receptionist Terri D’Eramo, sales staffers Robin Colombosian and Dennis King; back row: sales staffer Frank Prinzivalli, sales intern Darren Foster, sales staffers Corey Stack and Steven Yasonis, sales/marketing staffer Jared Piantedosi and Sales General Manager Domenic Savino. Pictured from left to right: Piantedosi Sales and Marketing Director Domenic Savino, 110 Grill Director Of Operations Kim Wallace, former Malden Mayor Edwin Lucey, 110 Grill Chief Operating Officer Ryan Dion, Piantedosi Baking Company CoOwner Joseph Piantedosi, Malden Mayor Gary Christenson, former Malden Mayor Richard Howard and sales/marketing staffer Jared Piantedosi cut the ribbon. Shown from left to right: former Mayor Edwin Lucey, Mayor Gary Christenson, Joseph Piantedosi and former Mayor Richard Howard. Mayor Gary Christenson thanked the Piantedosi family for giving back to the community, including at Tuesday’s National Night Out at MacDonald Stadium. Pictured from left to right: Joseph, Julie and Jared Piantedosi. Holding their famous French bread loaf were Piantedosi Baking Company Co-Owner Joseph Piantedosi, Julie Piantedosi and Joseph’s son, sales/marketing staffer Jared Piantedosi. Distribution: Frank Prinzivalli, Jessica Haack and maintenance and sanitation department manager Troy Haack enjoyed a cocktail. Shown from left to right: former Malden Mayor Richard Howard, 110 Grill Chief Operating Officer Ryan Dion, Malden Mayor Gary Christenson, Piantedosi Baking Co. Co-Owner Joseph Piantedosi, former Malden Mayor Edwin Lucey and City Council President/ Councillor-at-Large Craig Spadafora. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino)

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 29, 2022 Page 15 REPORT| FROM PAGE 3 Pictured from left to right during Monday’s promotion of Summer Eats at Macdonald Stadium: USDA School Nutrition Branch Chief Martine Cherry, Project Bread Free school meals have been the number one source of free food throughout the pandemic – a critical resource for the one in five households with children and one in three households of color with children who struggle to afford enough food and rely daily on those free school meals. Community-based organizations like Malden Public Schools have been critical and steadfast local supports during this crisis, providing a wide variety of resources to residents, especially to youngsters and families even when schools are closed. For more than 20 years, Project Bread, through its Child Nutrition Outreach Program, has worked in partnership with the DESE to provide youngsters with access to Summer Eats across the state. Any child or teen 18 and younger can eat at more than 500 sites statewide for free. No registration or ID is required. Last summer, more than 7.5 million meals were served through the program. People experiencing food insecurity should call into Project Bread’s toll-free FoodSource Hotline (1-800-6458333), which provides confidential assistance to connect with food resources, including SNAP benefits, in 180 languages and for the hearing impaired. For more information, visit www.projectbread.org Congresswoman Katherine Clark (Massachusetts 5th District, U.S. House of Representatives) with Massachusetts House of Representatives members, pictured from left to right: Steven Ultrino (33rd Middlesex District), Paul Donato (35th Middlesex District) and Kate Lipper-Garabedian (32nd Middlesex District). President/CEO Erin McAleer, School Committee Vice Chair Jennifer Spadafora, State Representative Steven Ultrino, State Representative Kate Lipper-Garabedian and Ward 5 School Committee Member Adam Weldai (both in back), Mayor Gary Christenson, Congresswoman Kathy Clark, State Representative Paul Donato, State Senator Jason Lewis, Ward 8 School Committee Member Sharyn Rose-Zeiberg and Superintendent of Schools Ligia Noriega-Murphy. Malden residents Grace (at left), 6, and Claire Johnson, 8, interacted with Congresswoman Katherine Clark. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino) Malden resident Levi Perez, 11, grabbed a salad and sandwich from Congresswoman Katherine Clark.

Page 16 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 29, 2022 BHRC | FROM PAGE 12 The changes were proposed in response to a recent Supreme Court ruling in in New York Pistol and Riffle vs Bruen, that a state licensing authority could not ask applicants applying for a license to carry firearms to demonstrate they have a special need or proper cause to carry a firearm. The court also ruled that the licensing authority could not have unfettered discretion to decide whether that proper cause existed. The amendment reflects the court decision and eliminates the requirement that applicants demonstrate a “good reason” to apply for a license to carry and replaces existing, discretionary “may-issue” language with specific objective standards byremoving language that gives local police chiefs discretion to decide who is unsuitable for a license. The amendment replaces it with more codified specific standards that require “reliable, articulable and credible information that the applicant has exhibited or engaged in behavior suggesting that, if issued a license, they may create a risk to public safety or a risk of danger to their self or others.” Other provisions reduce the amount of time a gun license is valid from six to three years; codify a requirement for an in-person interview with a licensing authority before someone can obtain a gun license; and prohibit giving a license to persons currently subject to a temporary or permanent harassment prevention order and persons who pose a risk of danger to themselves or others by having a firearm. “Today’s action provides our HOUSE AMENDMENT #807 T here is amendment #807 to the Massachusetts House of Representatives Bill # 5007 that is intended to limit MassHealth estate recovery to only the federally required amounts and authorizes MassHealth to seek a waiver of estate recovery for a work incentive program for people with disabilities. Medicaid in the only public benefit program that requires properly paid benefits to be recovered from a deceased MassHealth recipient’s probate estate. MassHealth has an Estate Recovery Unit. Estate recovery for nursing home benefits is federally mandated. Massachusetts has adopted a statute requiring estate recovery for the costs of all medical services provided after a MassHealth recipient reaches the age of 55, even if at home and not in a nursing home. Most MassHealth recipients have income well below 100% of the federal poverty level ($13,596 in 2022) and those 65 and over must have countable assets of $2,000 or less. One can still qualify for MassHealth even though he or she owns a home. 90% of estate recovery collection is from the later sale of the home after the MassHealth recipient dies and the home was included in the probate estate. The amendment seeks to benefit low income MassHealth recipients owning a home by not allowing the Estate Recovery Unit to place a lien on the home in order to seek recovery for MassHealth benefits paid after the MassHealth recipient dies. This not does not apply to nursing home benefits paid but would apply to any MassHealth recipient living at home and receiving benefits upon reaching the age of 55. This amendment seeks to have MassHealth only seek recovery for federally mandated medical assistance (e.g. nursing home level care). Many people receiving MassHealth while age 55 or older and still living in the community are not aware that he or she can transfer their home to a Trust in order to avoid probate. Once the home is in a Trust, under current MassHealth regulations, the Estate Recovery Unit cannot recover from the sale of the home. If the amendment were to pass, even if the home were not placed into a Trust, a MassHealth recipient who dies with the home included in his or her probate estate would not have to worry about not being able to pass all of the equity in the home to loved ones as a result of a potentially significant MassHealth lien. This amendment and corresponding House Bill 5007 is currently working its way through the legislative process at this time. Joseph D. Cataldo is an Estate Planning/Elder Law Attorney, Certified Public Accountant, Certified Financial Planner, AICPA Personal Financial Specialist and holds a Master’s Degree in Taxation. licensing authorities with the clarity they need in the wake of the Bruen decision, and tells them that we continue to believe in them and to rely upon them to ensure that, while responsible gun owners will continue to receive the license to own firearms, those who cannot be entrusted with a deadly weapon will not be legally permitted to possess one,” said amendment sponsor Rep. Mike Day (D-Stoneham). “The Massachusetts House voted on a judicial technology bond bill that included some drastic changes to the commonwealth’s gun licensing scheme,” was the response posted on the website of the Gun Owner’s Action League (GOAL). “In a surprise move that surprised no one, with no warning the Democratic leadership proposed the amendment, which had nothing to do with the bill, in the morning and by the afternoon rammed it through. Although Republican leadership attempted to block the amendment, in the end it was included and the bill unfortunately passed with, disappointingly, some bipartisan support.” (A Yes" vote is for the amendment. A "No" vote is against it). Rep. Paul Donato Rep. Steven Ultrino Yes Yes ECONOMIC GROWTH AND TAX RELIEF (S 3018) Senate 40-0, approved a $4.57 billion economic development and tax relief package. The bill provides $500 million one-time tax rebates to an estimated 2 million eligible people. A $250 rebate would go, by September 30, to individual taxpayers and a $500 rebate to married taxpayers. Eligibility will be determined by annual income reported in 2021, with the minimum income required to be $38,000, and the maximum $100,000 for individual filers and $150,000 for joint filers. Beginning in 2023, several permanent tax reductions would take effect including increasing the Child and Dependent Care Credit from $180 per child to $310 per child, as well as eliminating the current cap of $360 for two or more children; increasing the Earned Income Tax Credit from 30 percent to 40 percent of the federal credit; increasing the senior circuit breaker tax credit cap from $1,170 to $2,340; increasing the rental deduction cap from $3,000 to $4,000; and increasing the estate tax threshold from $1 million to $2 million. Other provisions include $195 million for nursing facilities and rest homes; $80 million for ComBHRC | SEE PAGE 19 Legal Notice INVITATION TO BID Translation / Interpreter Services The Malden Housing Authority (MHA), the Awarding Authority, is seeking competitive sealed proposals for an Indefinite Quantity Contract from qualified companies for Translation / Interpreter Services MHA #072122 for the MHA, in Malden Massachusetts, in accordance with the bid documents prepared by MHA. This is both a Federal and State funded contract and Federal laws and regulations shall apply in addition to the laws and requirements of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The Contractor shall utilize qualified, certified translators/interpreters/Signers to translate/interpret/sign MHA provided documents and or scheduled appointment visits and/or telephony appointments, for the following languages: Albanian, Amharic, Arabic, Bengali, Burmese, Cantonese, Farsi, French Creole, Haitian Creole, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Kru (Liberia), Krio, Lingala, Mandarin, Nepalese, Portuguese, Swahili, Spanish, Tagalog, Tigrina, Toisanese, Vietnamese, Russian; Sign Language (American; African; Asian/Pacific; European; and Middle Eastern) and Brail services. While these are the languages and services specified in MHA’s Language Assistance Plan, MHA may request translation/interpreter services in other languages, as needed. Bidding procedures shall be in accordance with M.G.L. c. 30B, as most recently amended, and all other applicable laws. The estimated contract value is: $ 48,000.00 per contract year. Bid Documents will be available from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday, by email request at efahey@maldenhousing. org and may be examined at the MHA’s Main Administrative Offices, 630 Salem Street, Malden, MA from 8/1/22, Bidders requesting Contract Documents to be mailed to them shall first send a certified check or money order for $40.00 each set (or $65.00 per set for overnight), in the form of a certified check made payable to Malden Housing Authority, to cover shipping. Bidder’s written questions will be received until 3:00 pm, on 8/29/22 at the MHA. Please email efahey@maldenhousing.org with all questions. Sealed Proposals will be received at the MHA’s Main Administrative Offices, 630 Salem Street, Malden, MA until 2:00 PM on 9/8/22. The successful proposer will be required to furnish a Certificate of Insurance naming the Malden Housing Authority as additionally insured and shall be obtained from a surety licensed to do business in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the form shall be satisfactory to the MHA. The successful contractor(s) shall comply with all Federal and State “flow through” (and any other relevant) reporting requirements in a timely manner. Section 3 of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968 (12 U.S.C. 1701u) (Section 3) Part 135 - Economic Opportunities for Low- and Very Low-Income Persons shall apply to this contract. Copies of the above are bound in the bid documents and are fully integral portions of the conditions of the contract with which each contractor and sub-contractor must comply. The MHA reserves the right to reject any or all general bids if it is in the public interest to do so. July 29, 2022 Legal Notice

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 29, 2022 Page 17 OBITUARIES Carol A. (Donnaruma) Barchard Of Charlestown passed away on July 22, 2022, she was 84 years old. Formerly a longtime resident of Somerville. She was an office manager for the Post Gazette newspaper for many years. Carol was the beloved mother of Pamela Modugno and Marshall Barchard. She was the dear sister of Joseph Donnaruma and his wife Lynne, Marie Robinson and her late husband William and Pamela Donnaruma Miraglia. Carol was the cherished grandmother of Eric, Simon, Sophia and Audrey Barchard, Jenna and Andrew Modugno, and great grandmother of Bella Lara. She is also survived by nieces and nephews. A service was be held at the A. J. Spadafora Funeral Home, 865 Main Street, Malden on Wednesday July 27th. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden. In lieu of fl owers donations in Carol’s memory may be made to nami.org or MSPCA.org. rol A. (Donnaruma) Barchard Mary Margaret (Wells) Smith Of Malden passed away on July 22nd. Mary was the daughter of Isabel Wells. She was born 20 April 1941 in Malden, Massachusetts. She attended Malden schools and graduated in 1959 from Malden High School. Before marrying, Mary worked for the NET&T company. Mary was born and raised in Malden, Massachusetts. Mary married Donald Smith in 1967. He predeceased her in 2017, her mother, Aunts, Mary (Wells) Vetromile and Alice (Wells) Maggeiet, Uncles, Hugh, John and William. She is survived by 1 son, Christopher Smith of Malden. Also survived by several nieces, nephews, relatives & friends. Visiting hours and Funeral were at the Gately Funeral Home in Melrose on Wednesday, July 27th. Interment was private. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the MSPCA, 350 S. Huntington Ave., Jamaica Plain, MA 02130. To sign online condolence, visit www.gatelyfh.com Neska R. Berthel Of Methuen, 102 years old, died peacefully on July 25, 2022. Born in Methuen, MA, she lived in Malden, MA, for many years before returning to Methuen. A generously loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, neighbor, and friend, Neska's long and vibrant life was a blessing to us all. She was an avid traveler who loved experiencing the world. We always will be grateful for the wonderful things Neska crafted and sewed by hand, and for summers spent together at Little Island Pond. In lieu of fl owers, please consider a donation to the charity For Advertising with Results, call The Advocate Newspapers at 617-387-2200 or Info@ advocatenews.net of your choice. Friends and family are invited to gather and celebrate Neska on Friday, July 29, 2022, at 9:00am at Weir MacCuish Family Funeral Home, 144 Salem St., Malden, MA Stanley E. Fielding Insert Of Wakefield, formerly of Malden, passed away on July 23rd. Devoted husband for 71 years of the late Mary M. (Smith). Beloved father of Mary D'Angelo and her husband John of Stoneham, Yvonne Lozzi and her husband City of Malden 215 Pleasant St. Malden, Massachusetts 02148 conservationcommission @cityof malden.org City of Malden Massachusetts CONSERVATION COMMISSION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 131, Section 40, Wetlands Protection Act (as amended) of the Massachusetts General Laws that a Hearing of the City Of Malden Conservation Commission will be held on Tuesday, August 9, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom. Hearing of a Notice of Intent (NOI) by the City of Malden for proposed drainage improvements which will serve to help dissipate flooding which occurs in the backyard area of 108 Hadley Street, Malden. The proposed work will be located within the buffers of Town Line Brook. On July 16, 2022, Governor Baker signed into law An Act Relative to Extending Certain State of Emergency Accommodations, which, among other things, extends the expiration of the provisions pertaining to the Open Meeting Law to March 31, 2023. Specifically, this extension allows public bodies to continue holding meetings remotely without a quorum of the public body physically present at a meeting location, and to provide “adequate, alternative” access to remote meetings. The Act does not make any new changes to the Open Meeting Law other than extending the expiration date of the temporary provisions regarding remote meetings from July 15, 2022, to March 31, 2023. In person attendance of this meeting is prohibited, and all effort will be made to permit public attendance of this meeting, in the manner specified below, via remote access by internet, telephone, and if available via public broadcast of the meeting by Malden Access Cable Television on public access television channels. Public access will also be provided by posting draft minutes, and/or a transcript, recording, or record of the meeting on the City of Malden website at cityofmalden.org as soon as practicable after the meeting. Additional information/guidelines for the public can be found here: https://www.mass.gov/service-details/updated-guidance-on-holding-meetings-pursuant-to-the-act-extending-certain-covid-19-measures. Meeting information is as follows: https://cityofmalden.zoom.us/j/98698930686?pwd=QW8zVjUzKzhWaDJyQVJWbWQ1aGdQdz 09 Meeting ID: 986 9893 0686 Passcode: 725461 Dial by your location: +1 646 518 9805 US (New York) Isaac Slavitt Chairman July 29, 2022 Daniel of Wakefi eld and Stanley Fielding and his husband Dale Jakubowski of Shasta Lake, CA. Son of the late Edgar J. And Edith M. (Crosby) Fielding. Brother of Jean Gavin of Malden and the late Ruth Streczyk, Ernest "Ernie" Fielding, Kenneth Fielding, Robert "Butch" Fielding, Joanne Blanch and William Fielding. Cherished grandfather of Laurie Wilczek, John D'Angelo and his wife Karin, Doreen Carangelo and her husband David, Danny Lozzi, Jr., Kenny Lozzi and his wife Jessica, Jerry Lozzi and Craig Fielding and his wife Erica. Also lovingly survived by his great grandchildren, Janelle Mercer and her wife Kathleen, Rachel, Aidan, Zachary, Marisa, Tori, Leah, Darren, Tyler, Aryanna, Jocelyn, Kenneth, Jr. and Mary, his great great grandchildren Jason and Cameron as well as many nieces and nephews. Late United States Army Veteran during the Korean Conflict. Member of the Veterans of Foreign War, Commander of the Lt. Norman Prince Post 1506 and Life member of V.F.W. Post 2394 in Melrose. After retirement from his career in plumbing, in his spare time he enjoyed spending time with his wife and family. reading and watching football and soap operas. Visiting Hours were at the Carroll Funeral Home in Malden on Thursday, July 28th. Family and friends are kindly invited to attend a Funeral Mass celebrated in St. Joseph's Church, 770 Salem Street, Malden on Friday, July 29th at 10 o'clock. Services will conclude with interment at Forest Dale Cemetery, Malden.

Page 18 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 29, 2022 UNEMPLOYMENT | FROM PAGE 11 For Advertising with Results, call The Advocate Newspapers at 617-387-2200 or Info@advocatenews.net avy eniiooravvy S iorn or avvyavy y io iori by Jim Miller How to Sell Unwanted Burial Plots Dear Savvy Senior, How do I go about selling unwanted burial plots in my hometown cemetery? When my parents died about 25 years ago my husband (at the time) and I bought two plots near them in the same cemetery. But we’ve gotten divorced since then and have both moved out of state. Besides that, I would like to be cremated instead of buried. Looking to Sell Dear Looking, Life changes such as relocating, family disputes and divorce, along with the growing popularity of cremation in the U.S., is causing more and more people to sell previously purchased burial plots they don’t intend to use any longer. But, depending on where you live and the location of the cemetery, selling a plot can be diffi cult. And, if you do sell it, you’ll probably get less than what you initially paid for it. Here’s are a few tips to get you started. Contact the cemetery: Your fi rst step in selling your unwanted burial plots is to contact the cemetery and fi nd out if they would be interested in buying them back, or if you’re allowed to sell them yourself to another person or family. And if so, what paperwork will you need to complete the sale and is there a transfer fee? Some states require sellers to off er the plot back to the cemetery before selling it to others. Selling options: If you fi nd that it’s OK to sell your plots yourself, many people choose to use a broker. There are a number of companies, like PlotBrokers.com and GraveSolutions.com, that will list your plots for sale and handle the transaction for a fee and possibly a commission. If you go this route, you’ll sign paperwork giving the broker permission to work on your behalf. Listings can last up to three years or until the plots sell. Alternatively, or simultaneously, you can also list them yourself on sites like The Cemetery Exchange, GraveSales.com along with eBay and Craigslist, and handle the transaction yourself. In the ad, be sure to post pictures, describe the area where the cemetery is located and give the plot locations. What to ask: Appropriate pricing is key to selling your plots. It’s recommended that you fi nd out what the cemetery is selling their plots for today and ask at least 20 percent less. If you’re pricing too close to what the cemetery charges, there’s no incentive for potential buyers. Beware of scammers: If you choose to sell your plots yourself, it’s not unusual for scam artist to reach out and try to get your personal fi nancial information. Phone calls tend to be more genuine than emails and text messages. Donate them: If you don’t have any luck selling your plots, and if money isn’t an issue, you can donate them to charity such as a religious congregation, a local veteran’s group or an organization that aids the homeless. To get a tax deduction, you’ll need an appraisal, which a cemetery or broker may supply for a fee. Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit SavvySenior.org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of “The Savvy Senior” book. and unemployed) remained unchanged at 66.0 percent. The labor force was up 12,900 from the June 2021 estimate of 3,760,400, as 98,600 more residents were employed, and 85,800 fewer residents were unemployed. The unemployment rate is based on a monthly sample of households. The job estimates are derived from a monthly sample survey of employers. As a result, the two statistics might exhibit diff erent monthly trends. Notes: The labor force is the sum of the numbers of employed residents and those unemployed, that is residents not working but actively seeking work in the last four weeks. Estimates might not add up to the total labor force due to rounding. For further information on - LEGAL NOTICE - PERMITS, INSPECTIONS & PLANNING SERVICES 215 Pleasant Street, 3nd City of Malden, Massachusetts Floor Malden, Massachusetts 02148 (781) 397-7000 ext. 2044 MALDEN PLANNING BOARD and MALDEN CITY COUNCIL ORDINANCE COMMITTEE PUBLIC HEARING The Malden Planning Board and Malden City Council Ordinance Committee will jointly hold a public hearing in the Herbert L. Jackson Council Chamber, Malden City Hall, 215 Pleasant Street, Malden, MA at 7:00 P.M. on Tuesday, August 16, 2022, in accordance with Title 12, Chapter 32, Section 050 of the Code of the City of Malden, regarding petitions for zoning amendments, as proposed in City Council Papers ##286/2022, 315/2022, 316/2022, 317/2022, 318/2022 and 319/2022, to further amend the following sections of Title 12, Chapter 12, of the Code of the City of Malden, as follows: 1. To amend Use Regulations for Marijuana Establishments as follows: A. To change the special permit granting authority (Sections 12.12.010.A, 12.12.190, 12.12.190.B, 12.12.190.G, 12.12.190.G.4, 12.12.190.H and 12.28.010.E) (CCP 286/2022). B. For use of new buildings, to clarify the relief required for noncompliance with buffer zones, dimensional controls and parking requirements (Section 12.12.190.A); and for use of existing buildings, to clarify the relief required for violations of dimen sional controls and parking requirements, and to change the relief required for non compliance with buffer zones (Section 12.12.190.B) (CCP 315/2022). NOTE: The public hearing on August 16, 2022 re: CCP 315/2022 is contingent on the date of action and outcome of the pending reconsideration by the City Council of its referral of CCP 315/2022 to Planning Board for public hearing. C. To delete the principal use requirement (Section 12.12.190.E) (CCP 316/2022). D. To amend the required condition re: Security Plans (Section 12.12.190.H.2) (CCP 317/2022). E. To amend the required condition re: issuance of building permit and occupancy permit (Section 12.12.190.H.9) (CCP 318/2022). 2. For use of new and existing buildings for the following uses allowed by special permit, to amend the Use Regulations to clarify and update language to reflect current protocol and administration and render consistent with current interpretation re: relief required for noncompliance with dimensional controls and parking requirements (CCP 319/2022): A. Residential Uses, Except for All Structures More than Six Stories (Sections 12.12.010 .A1 and 12.12.010.A.2) B. Institutional, Business, Industrial and Other Uses (Sections 12.12.010.B.1 and 12.12.010.B.2) C. Property with a Preferably Preserved Building (Sections 12.12.010.C.1 and 12.12.010.C.2) D. Fast-food Service Restaurants (Sections 12.12.060.A and 12.12.060.B). E. Restaurants (Sections 12.12.070.A and 12.12.070.B). F. Drive-thrus (Sections 12.12.150.A and 12.12.150.B). G. Gasoline Filling & Service Stations (Sections 12.12.160.A and 12.12.160.B). The full texts of the proposed zoning amendments (City Council Papers ##286/2022, 315/2022, 316/2022, 317/2022, 318/2022 and 319/2022) are available for public review on the City of Malden website at https://cityofmalden.legistar.com/Legislation.aspx and with the City Planner, Inspectional Services, 3rd floor, and the City Clerk, 2nd Floor, 215 Pleasant Street, Malden, MA. By: Kenneth Antonucci, Clerk Malden Planning Board By: Peg Crowe, Chair Malden City Council Ordinance Committee July 29, August 5, 2022 seasonal adjustment methodology, please refer to the BLS website: https://www.bls.gov. The preliminary July 2022 and revised June 2022 unemployment rate, labor force and job estimates for Massachusetts will be released on Friday, August 19, 2022. See the 2022 Media Advisory annual schedule for a complete list of release dates. Detailed labor market information is available at www.mass.gov/lmi.

BHRC | FROM PAGE 16 munity Health Centers; $22.5 million to reduce gun violence; $17.5 million for reproductive and family planning services; $150 million for the Massachusetts Clean Water Trust; $100 million to promote and accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles; $150 million to support the production of workforce housing; and $150 million for the Affordable Housing Trust Fund. The package also would allow restaurants to offer “happy hour” discounts on alcoholic beverages if a town approves this policy via local option; allow state candidates for public office to use campaign funds for expenses related to child care services; allow some tenants who have been evicted to seal the records of their eviction case; ensure students can obtain academic transcripts for the courses they have completed and paid for, rather than having their entire transcript withheld for outstanding fees; and expand the ability of homeowners to add accessory dwelling units to their property. “Massachusetts has so much to offer as an innovation hub and education leader in our country, but it’s getting harder and harder to live and work here,” said Sen. Eric Lesser (D-Longmeadow), Senate Chair of the Committee on Economic Development and Emerging Technologies. “Housing prices are skyrocketing, childcare costs are out of control, inflation is climbing, businesses everywhere are coping with supply-chain issues, and families know that their dollar is not going as far as it did only a few months ago. Today, we passed our economic development bonding bill and tax relief package to bring much-needed financial relief to residents here in Massachusetts. This legislation prioritizes housing, climate resiliency, childcare access, workforce development, downtown revitalization, and the worker of the future. As policymakers, we must be prepared to meet the moment ahead of us and ensure that our commonwealth continues to be a great place to work and live.” “These crucial changes to our tax code will create much needed targeted relief to families across the commonwealth grappling with how to make ends meet,” said Sen. Adam Hinds (D-Pittsfield), Senate chair of the Committee on Revenue. “As prices rise, we need to continue to invest in the people who need it most, including those who make our economy run.” (A “Yes” vote is for the bill.) THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 29, 2022 Sen. Jason Lewis Yes Page 19 MORE TAX RELIEF (S 3018) Senate 7-31, rejected an amendment that would reduce the short-term capital gains tax from 12 percent to 5 percent; increase the no-income tax status threshold from $8,000 to $12,500; and increase the rental deduction cap from $3,000 to $5,000, instead of just to $4,000 which the original bill provides. Supporters said that the state is sitting on a surplus of more than $3 billion and should return more of that money to taxpayers. They argued the state can easily afford these additional tax cuts that would help taxpayers during this horrible economic time of rising prices of gas, food and just about everything else. They noted that raising the no income tax threshold would align the state with the federal government and provide direct relief to more than 234,000 low-income Massachusetts filers that would no longer have to pay any state income taxes. Opponents said the state cannot afford the loss of millions of dollars in revenue from this additional tax relief. They listed the many tax cuts that are already in the bill and said the amendment BHRC | SEE PAGE 20 Your Hometown News Delivered! EVERETT ADVOCATE MALDEN ADVOCATE REVERE ADVOCATE SAUGUS ADVOCATE One year subscription to The Advocate of your choice: $100 per paper in-town per year or $120 per paper out-of-town per year. Name_________________________________________ Address_______________________________________ City_______________ State_______ Zip ____________ CC# _______________________________ Exp. _____ Sec. code____ Advocate (City):___________________ Clip & Mail Coupon with Credit Card, Check or Money Order to: Advocate Newspapers Inc. PO Box 490407, Everett, MA 02149

Page 20 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, July 29, 2022 BHRC | FROM PAGE 19 is not necessary. (A “Yes” vote is for the additional tax relief. A “No” vote is against it.) 1. July 29 is National Lasagna Day; what comic strip cat’s favorite food is lasagna? 2. What are the two longest rivers in the world? 3. In what national park in California and Nevada would you fi nd Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes and white sand? 4. On July 30, 1898, what cereal was invented by William Kellogg? 5. What is the chemical name for “laughing gas”? 6. What is the most populous county in Massachusetts? 7. July 31, 1970, is Black Tot Day, which was the last day when Royal Navy sailors in Britain were issued what alcoholic ration? 8. What August birth fl ower is sometimes called “sword lily”? 9. What computer programming language is also the name of an island? 10. On August 1, 1893, Henry Perky invented what edible shredded product? 11. The name of what island in the Great Lakes is derived from an Indian word for big turtle? 12. In what country was paper made: China, Egypt or France? 13. On August 2, 1924, what author of “Go Tell It on the Mountain” was born? 14. What city has the La Brea Tar Pits? 15. What fast food chain has had the slogans “Think outside the bun” and “The cure for the common meal”? 16. August 3 is National Watermelon Day; the fi rst reported watermelon harvest was on what continent? 17. What is the diff erence between a seagull and a gull? 18. A squid has how many arms? 19. What country currently uses currency named real: Brazil, Portugal or Spain? 20. On August 4, 1942, what movie with Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire that was the namesake of a hotel chain was released? ANSWERS Sen. Jason Lewis No ALSO UP ON BEACON HILL PROHIBIT DISCRIMINATION AGAINST A PERSON WITH A NATURAL HAIRSTYLE (H 5028) –The Senate gave fi nal approval to and sent to Gov. Bakera bill that would prohibit any person or entity including educational institutions workplaces and public spaces from implementing any policy that would explicitly target someone who wears their natural hairstyle. The measure defines natural hairstyle as hair texture, hair type and protective hairstyles including braids, locks, twists and other formations. Supporters said this racial discrimination occurs far too often and argued it is time to put a stop to it. They are hopeful the governor will sign the bill which has been worked on for years and has fi nally made it to the governor’s desk. Sponsor Rep. Mike Day (D-Stoneham) said the measure would ensure that students and workers won’t be forced to cut their hair in order to participate in activities or go to work. GOLD STAR FAMILIES – The Senate approved an amendment fi led by Veterans and Federal Aff airs Committeechair Sen. John Velis (D-Westfield) that would repeal a current law that restricts Gold Star spouses from receiving their annuity if they remarry. The amendment would also increase from $2,000 to $3,000 the annual annuity payment that Gold Star parents and spouses receive annually from the state. “Not only has the annuity payment level not increased in 16 years, but our commonwealth still has laws on the books that cruelly prohibit spouses from receiving the annuity if they remarry,” said Velis. “Think about how archaic and unfair that is, that we would penalize husband and wives, who have lost their loved ones and sacrifi ced so much themselves, from trying to continue on with their lives.” MORATORIUM ON PRISON CONSTRUCTION – The fate of the amendment that imposes a five-year moratorium on any prison or jail construction - LEGAL NOTICE - COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Middlesex Division Docket No. MI22P3745EA Estate of: RONALD E. CROAKE Date of Death: September 9, 2021 INFORMAL PROBATE PUBLICATION NOTICE To all persons interested in the above captioned estate, by Petition of Petitioner Kathleen C. Murphy of Malden, MA. Kathleen C. Murphy of Malden, MA has been informally appointed as the Personal Representative of the estate to serve without surety on the bond. The estate is being administered under informal procedure by the Personal Representative under the Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code without supervision by the Court. Inventory and accounts are not required to be filed with the Court, but interested parties are entitled to notice regarding the administration from the Personal Representative and can petition the Court in any matter relating to the estate, including distribution of assets and expenses of administration. Interested parties are entitled to petition the Court to institute formal proceedings and to obtain orders terminating or restricting the powers of Personal Representatives appointed under informal procedure. A copy of the Petition and Will, if any, can be obtained from the Petitioner. July 29, 2022 in Massachusetts is in Gov. Baker’s hands. The ban is part of a $5.2 billion bond bill to repair, modernize and upgrade state buildings. 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 fi led. They note that the infrequency and brief length of sessions are misguided and lead to irresponsible late-night sessions and a mad rush to act on dozens of bills in the days immediately preceding the end of an annual session. During the week of July 1822, the House met for a total of 15 hours and four minutes and the Senate met for a total of 16 hours and 49 minutes. Mon. July 18 House11:03 a.m.to 3:57 p.m. Senate1:05 p.m. to4:42 p.m. Tues.July 19 House11:00 a.m. to11:04 a.m. No Senate session. Wed. July 20 House11:01 a.m. to12:37 p.m No Senate session Thurs. July 21 House11:02 a.m. to 7:32 p.m. Senate 10:17 a.m. to11:29 p.m. Fri.July22 No House session No Senate session Bob Katzen welcomes feedback at bob@beaconhillrollcall. comBob founded Beacon Hill Roll Call in 1975 and was inducted into the New England Newspaper and Press Association (NENPA) Hall of Fame in 2019. Bob Katzen welcomes feedback at bob@beaconhillrollcall. comBob founded Beacon Hill Roll Call in 1975 and was inducted into the New England Newspaper and Press Association (NENPA) Hall of Fame in 2019. 1. Garfi eld 2. Amazon and Nile 3. Death Valley 4. Cornfl akes 5. Nitrous oxide 6. Middlesex 7. Rum 8. Gladiolus 9. Java 10. Shredded wheat 11. Mackinac Island 12. China 13. James Baldwin 14. Los Angeles 15. Taco Bell 16. Africa (in Egypt) 17. Technically, a seagull does not exist; seagull is a colloquial word for the many diff erent species of gull. 18. 10 19. Brazil 20. “Holiday Inn”

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