State Representative Donato Democrat Leadership with Results! Maldden alld a Vol. 31, No. 31 den AADD -FREEBy Mayor Gary Christenson and City Councillor Amanda Linehan W e are thrilled to announce that on Wednesday, August 3, Governor Baker signed OCAT AT 617-387-2200 By Steve Freker M Conceptual rendering by UX Architecture Studio into law a bill authorizing the Commonwealth to sell the Malden District Courthouse to the City of Malden to convert it into the Malden Center for Arts and Culture. Special thanks to our legislators, Representatives Paul Donato and Steve Ultrino, for leading this eff ort in the State House. The timing of this announcement could not be more perSALE | SEE PAGE 8 Mayor Christenson, U.S. Rep. Clark react to MBTA shutdown of Orange Line Assistant House Speaker calls it ‘outrageous’; Mayor said he and staff will address impact on Malden residents By Steve Freker D espite the forthcoming positive results cited by MBTA officials, there is no avoiding the severe impact the 30-day Orange Line shutdown will have on the tens of thousands of local residents who will be affected by the move in their day-to-day lives. MBTA | SEE PAGE 10 Gary Christenson Mayor Katherine Clark U.S. Representative BTA offi cials on Wednesday announced a dramatic move that they said would lead to improved “service, safety and reliability” on one of its most heavily used transit lines. Riders are being encouraged Published Every Friday M BTA offi cials on Wednesday announced an unprecedented, 30-day shutdown of the Orange Line. The move will strongly impact over 100,000 rides daily, and MBTA www.advocatenews.net Governor Approves Sale of Malden Courthouse for New Arts Center Concept Plan to refl ect community’s vision for the space (Pol. Adv.) Your Only Local Newspaper Source for 30 Years! CTE E Friday, August 5, 2022 MBTA: Orange Line will completely shut down for 30 days beginning August 19 Over 100,000 daily riders – including many from Everett, Malden, Revere & Saugus – are impacted by this historic shutdown; ‘T offi cials cite need for major revitalization work to improve ‘safety, service, reliability’; shuttle buses will be provided to work from home during this historic, unprecedented 30day total shutdown of the MBTA's Orange Line as the agency moves to address long overdue maintenance. The MBTA announced the shutdown ORANGE LINE | SEE PAGE 11 MBTA encourages alternative travel options, including Commuter Rail, working from home, during shutdown offi cials encouraged several alternative travel options for Orange Line riders. • Enhanced Commuter Rail TRAVEL | SEE PAGE 9

Page 2 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 5, 2022 Tewksbury man, 21, killed in crash on Fellsway East in Malden last Friday night State Police investigators: Street racing appears to have led to fatal accident on busy local roadway By Steve Freker A street racing incident gone tragically bad claimed the life of a 21-year-old motorcyclist in Malden last Friday night, according to police. Kyle Roust, 21, of Tewksbury, formerly of Medford and a 2019 Medford High School graduate, was killed Friday night when he was thrown from his motorcycle when he failed to negotiate a left curve located near the intersection of Fellsway East and Charles Street, according to reports. According to online news reports, Roust was someone who loved to ride, according to friends, one of whom noted that the victim had only acquired the motorcycle he crashed Friday less than a week before the fatal accident. He would have turned 22 in September. According to reports, Mass. State Troopers responding to a report of a motorcycle crash on the northbound side of the Fellsway near Charles Street just before 8:40 p.m. found a man who had been thrown from his 2002 Suzuki GSXRT10. The victim was rushed by am-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 Meet Urban Media Arts Executive Director Tina LeGarde over a slice of delicious Pisa Pizza T he Malden community is invited to stop by the outdoor patio of Pisa Pizza at 133 Pearl St. in Malden on August 10 from 5 to 8 p.m. to meet Tina LeGarde, the new Executive Director of Urban Media Arts (UMA). This informal meet-and-greet is part of a week-long fundraiser. During the week of August 8-13 from 11-9 p.m., 20% of the revenue from UMA pizza orders will be donated to UMA. UMA is grateful to Pisa Pizza Valid as of 8/4/2022* 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. Stop into one of our branches to open an account. for hosting this occasion and the fundraiser itself. 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ECB NOW Checking Account is requested. place outgoing and retiring Ron Cox, the UMA Board of Directors selected Tina LeGarde to be the next UMA Executive Director. She is a seasoned community media professional and leader from Burnsville, Minn., known for empowering teams and inspiring individual growth among those she works with. In particular, the Board was impressed at her ability to understand and imagine a future for UMA as part of Malden’s burgeoning arts and culture scene. During her short time in Malden – only here since late April Kyle Roust, 21, of Tewksbury and a 2019 Medford High School graduate, was killed Friday night in a motorcycle crash on Fellsway East in Malden. (Courtesy Photo) bulance with severe injuries to Mass. General Hospital in Boston, where he was pronounced dead. According to Mass. State Police, a preliminary investigation indicated Roust was operating his motorcycle at a high rate of speed as he raced the driver of a dark-colored sedan from a stop at a traffi c light at Fellsway West and Medford Street, about 300 yards before the accident occurred.When he approached the intersection with Charles Street, police say, Roust failed to negotiate a left curve and went off the road. State Police Troopers are still searching for the sedan driver, who sped away north on Fellsway East after the crash. In an online report, friends described Roust as a “beautiful soul” who would “do anything for his loved ones and friends.” A friend of Roust, Ben Whalen, told a regional online newspaper that Roust enjoyed the “speed and thrill” of motorcycle riding. “Kyle liked to live on the edge,” Whalen said. “He lived day to day. That was just how he was.” Roust lived in Tewksbury with his parents, Charles and Karen Roust. He is also survived by his grandmother Lucille Dupont, several aunts, uncles and cousins, his beloved dog Zorro and many friends. A visitation and prayer service were held Wednesday at the Burns Funeral Home in Billerica. Donations can be made in Kyle’s name to Last Hope K9 at www.lasthopek9.org. The Online Guestbook is available at www.burnsfuneralhomes. com. Tina LeGarde, Urban Media Arts Executive Director (Photo courtesy of Keren He) – Tina LeGarde has earned the respect of the UMA community as a solid leader who is eager to roll up her sleeves, solve problems, make plans and be of service to Malden in the best way possible. You can read more about Tina LeGarde in a short interview posted on the UMA website: https://urbanmediaarts. org. For those who cannot stop by August 10, feel free to email tina@umaverse.org to schedule a meeting. For information about the fundraiser, visit urbanmediaarts.org or call 781-3216400 during business hours: Monday-Thursday, 12 to 7 p.m.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 5, 2022 Page 3 Good Samaritan and Malden Police save tiny dog's life Starving, mistreated Chihuahua was found abandoned, near death on Malden Bike Path By Steve Freker I f a tiny, abandoned and mistreated Chihuahua was discovered even a few hours later, it might not have survived. Fortunately for “Bailey,” a Good Samaritan from Malden found him – sick and emaciated – huddling in some bushes along the Northern Strand Trail in the area of Dell and Branch Streets in Malden. The local resident careful wrapped the starving dog in a blanket and brought him to the Malden Police Department; MPD Animal Control Offi cer Kevin Alkins was sumstarving, tiny dog all alone like that,” Offi cer Alkins said in a televised regional newscast on Wednesday. Malden Police Animal Control Offi cer Kevin Alkins (center) with Animal Rescue League offi cers with Bailey, a dog rescued in Malden. (Courtesy/WHDH7News) Bailey, a renamed 2.7-pound Chihuahua, was found sick and starving after being abandoned on the Northern Strand Trail in Malden last week. The Malden Police and Animal Rescue League are working on the case and the ARL is helping Bailey get well. (Courtesy/WHDH7News) “We are asking for some help from the public to identify the owner or anyone else who had a role in leaving this defenseless animal out there by itself,” Alkins said. “Bailey would have died if that SAMARITAN | SEE PAGE 9 Malden Police Animal Control Offi cer Kevin Alkins described what happened to the tiny Chihuahua dog “Bailey” that was found on the Northern Strand Trail in Malden recently. (Courtesy/WHDH7News) moned to the Police Station on Eastern Avenue. The dog was initially treated at an animal hospital in Charlestown and then transferred to the Animal Rescue League (ARL). The dog, now called Bailey, was fi lthy and emaciated, weighing just 2.7 pounds and scoring a two out of nine on the body condition score index, the ARL said. The dog also suff ered severe fur loss and his body was covered in scabs. Additionally, the dog tested positive and is being treated for giardia, a parasitic illness that may indicate that the dog was living in unsanitary conditions. On Wednesday this week, the ARL of Boston and Malden Police told the story of Bailey’s lifesaving rescue and let the public know they are still investigating the situation. “We want to know who and why someone would leave a sick,

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Page 6 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 5, 2022 Malden Today, Tomorrow and Yesterday – MC Blue Jackets 1965 State Champs By Peter Levine O n Oct 23, 2015, Malden Catholic (MC) welcomed nearly 40 players, coaches and cheerleaders from the 1965 football team to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their championship run. That year, the Blue Jackets, as they were called, achieved a 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 perfect record of 8-0, winning both the Catholic Conference Championship and the Class B State Championship – outscoring their opponents 200-62. On that memorable day Coach Ricupero was led on the fi eld by seniors Neil Hurley, Richie Cullen and Frank “Red” Harris. The Blue Jackets were the last undefeated state champion football team in Malden. Both Malden High School and MC have had many very good and successful football teams over the past six decades, but no other team has gone undefeated. This story came across my rolltop desk when Edgeworth’s (best and brightest) Billy (“Tecca”) and Bobby (“Bull”) O’Leary approached me about this amazing team. I had no knowledge of the ’65 team. They told me a bunch of the guys from the team met periodically at the A.O.H. on Charles Street and would love to share some stories. They brought me over. I was privileged to sit with these giants for a short while and listen (having the honor of already knowing Chick, Bunky, Commish and Dickie Cullen). I reached out for additional information. One of Malden’s most famous sons, Steve Wishoski, was an invaluable source when it came to putting this article together. New Malden may not recognize the name, but Steve Wishoski was instrumental in putting together “Malden 2022” as a former Director of the Malden Redevelopment Authority. 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View all our listings at: CarpenitoRealEstate.com stepped up whenever the competition got tough, including big wins against St. John’s Prep and Revere. Revere, at the time, was a Class A team and unbeaten in their previous 17 contests. Many players from the ’65 team flourished after high school, going on to play football collegiately at big-name schools like Boston College, Harvard, Dartmouth, Boston University, Central Connecticut and Rutgers. Red Harris (Malden Catholic Hall of Fame [MCHOF], 1989) would go on to set several passing records at BC. He was then drafted by the NFL Detroit Lions and had a brief stint with the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League. Along with Coach Ed Ricupero and Harris, fi ve other members of the 1965 team have been inducted in the MCHOF. They are Neil Hurley (1989), Richie Cullen (1990), Paul Richard (1992) and assistant coaches Paul Gover (1990) and Dennis Cullen (2002). The team itself was also inducted in 1991. Not too shabby! There were many talented athletes who contributed to the Blue Jackets’ success hailing from Malden, Medford and Everett. Here are but a few: 1. All-Scholastic selection Red Harris was the quarterback going on to a very successful career at BC and eventually into their Hall of Fame. 2. Rich Cullen, from Edgeworth, was the All-Scholastic center and team co-captain. Rich had a very successful football career at BU. He became a Malden educator and coached football and softball at MHS and football at MC. 3. Neil Hurley, a Green Street guy, was the running back and the other co-captain – also selected to the All-Scholastic team in 1965. Neil went on to a successful career at Harvard playing both football and baseball. Neil also played in the now famous 1969 game against Yale that ended in a 29-29 tie. 4. Tom Denehy, of Malden Street (Edgeworth), was the starting guard. Tommy became Malden’s Fire Commissioner and to this very day can still be seen walking his dog at Devir Park mumbling to himself about “the good old days.” 5. Bob Ciccarelli, also a Malden Street kid (Edgeworth), was the team’s tight end. 6. Paul Richards, who grew up in the Linden Projects, was the team’s wide receiver and defensive back – a superb athlete (football and baseball) at MC. 7. Bill Reagan, a resident of Medford (direct quote: “just over the Malden line so we accepted him as one of us”) was the other running back as well as defensive back. Described as an “incredible player” without whom the team would not have been so successful, Bill went on to play football at Rutgers. 8. Steve (Wishoski) was the other wide receiver and defensive back and a proud resident of Emerald Street (Edgeworth). As Peter Falk’s iconic TV character “Columbo” would say, “Just MALDEN: TODAY| SEE PAGE 7

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 5, 2022 Page 7 MALDEN: TODAY | FROM PAGE 6 one more thing, sir” – Michael Goldman is the Larry Bird of political consultants. The ubiquitous media masseur, political talent agent and Democratic party kibitzer is the best of the best – at the top his game – one of his more recent success stories being former Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, now the 29th United States Secretary of Labor. Michael was recently voted into the MHS Alumni Hall of Fame. I know I go to the “Mike Goldman Well” often, but he is so darn smart and knows his Malden like it ain’t nobody’s business, I keep going back. To give you a small slice of what Malden was like in 1965, I offer to you wisdom submitted by Michael Goldman: “The advantage of history is we know how the story turns out. “In September of 1964, walking as a sophomore through the halls of Malden HS, there was no way to have known the political and social tsunami that was about to explode both across our nation, as well as around the world. “Having later taught a course called ‘1968, The Year of the Century’ well over a dozen times during the past 40 plus years, I realize more than most the role 1965 eventually played in creating today’s America. “What is important to remember was that in September of 1964, we had a Presidential Campaign where neither candidate ended up ever mentioning our ongoing involvement in Vietnam even a single time. “In September of 1964, Mohamad Ali was still known as Cassius Clay, and that 90% of sportswriters were predicting he would quickly be dethroned later that year as reigning Heavyweight Champion of the World after he was beaten in a rematch by former champion Sonny Liston. “In September of 1964, Frank Sinatra and his Rat Pack were still considered the apex of ‘cultural cool’ and the Beatles were thought by most to be merely a passing fad soon to disappear back to England. “In September of 1964 the word ‘Ms.’ did not exist, nor did the idea that women ought to have the right to earn equal pay for equal work or to have the personal private right to elect to have an abortion. “In September of 1964, the idea that the United States was actually two countries, one White and one Black, separate and unequal, was considered un-American thought. “In September of 1964, nobody had ever heard of Miranda or the Miranda ‘right to remain silent.’ “And in September of 1964, for good or ill, the world was about to change. The generation that was later labeled the ‘Greatest Generation’ for its role in defeating the Axis Powers in WW2 thought it would be they who were remembered as the driving generation of the 20th century in America. A label that was later rightly placed on the heads of the Boomers like me who walked the halls of MHS in the mid-1960’s and had no idea that in 2022, America was going to split into silos of separate Americas, unable or unwilling to see ourselves as one nation, with shared values, shared visions, and shared dreams.” Brilliant Mike, thank you. Postscript 1: There were 677 Seniors in the graduating class of ’65 at MHS. Johnny Marsinelli was a year or two away from his tour of duty in Nam. (Thank you sincerely for your service, by the way, John.) “Rock” is an “enthusiastic Brighamite.” For new Maldonians, in days of yore, the Square was broken up into little tribes: There was Park Street, Signor Pizza, the Auld-New Lounge, the doo-wop crowd who spent their evenings in the many doorways in the Square honing their craft, the Jack Haney crowd. Then there was Brigham’s. Brigham’s, if memory serves me correctly, was a hangout for Malden’s young, popular jocks, like “Marse.” John and his wonderful wife, “Saint” Mary Alice, still call Malden home and are giving their son, John, the best life he could ever ask for. 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 Postscript 2: So, Malden, as you enjoy your Malden Advocate this morning, raise your cup of coffee in honor of the Blue Jackets, those wonderful Boys of (that long ago) summer. www.eight10barandgrille.com We Have Reopened for Dine-In and Outside Seating every day beginning at 4 PM WE'RE OPEN! 8 Norwood Street, Everett (617) 387-9810 STAY SAFE!

Page 8 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 5, 2022 Are you ready for ‘Carrie: The Musical’? Broken Leg Productions brings the iconic book and movie to the stage M alden High School student Penelope Buckingham will be playing Miss Gardner in “Carrie: the Musical.” Carrie is the story of a shy high schooler who has been bullied her entire life by the popular crowd at her school and by her mother. But Carrie also discovers she OUR OFFICE HAS MOVED TO 519 BROADWAY, EVERETT SABATINO INSURANCE AGENCY 519 BROADWAY EVERETT, MA 02149 PHONE: (617) 387-7466 FAX: (617) 381-9186 Visit us online at: Rocco Longo, Owner WWW.SABATINO-INS.COM Malden High School student Penelope Buckingham (Photo from Broken Leg Production’s production of “The Drowsy Chaperone” earlier this summer) has a special power that she’s not afraid to use: She can move things just by thinking about them. Show times for “Carrie” are Friday, August 5 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, August 6 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. The location is The Savings SALE | FROM PAGE 1 fect as earlier this week we published a draft of the concept plan for the redevelopment of the property. We began developing this plan one year ago in collaboration with our Steering Committee of arts and cultural leaders and our partners at the Metropolitan Area Planning Council and the Boston Society for Architecture. The plan is a roadmap for how we can create the Arts Center and plans for everything from what programming it will host to how it will fund itself. The Malden Center for Arts and Culture will be a multicultural, multimedia, visual and performing arts center with both local and regional programming that will serve Malden artists and the community at large. The Center will include fl exible spaces that can host activities ranging from classes and workshops to makers markets and performances. We incorporated public input during every step of the planning process, a commitment that has shaped the Concept Plan and made sure that it refl ects the community’s vision for the space. The Center will be inclusive, accessible, equitable, and versatile, balancing community programming with revenue generating events to mainBank Theater at Wakefi eld High School (60 Farm St., Wakefi eld). The theater is air-conditioned and there is free parking! Purchase tickets online at https:// brokenlegproductions.com. Masks for audience members are strongly encouraged. tain fi nancial sustainability. While we are excited to share this milestone with you, there is much more work to do before the Center can open. Now that we have the Governor’s approval, we can move forward with the acquisition of the building, which we hope to fi nalize this fall. Once we own the property, we will work to determine what changes we need to make to the building and what the business model will look like. The longterm plan is for the city to own the Center and contract with an experienced arts nonprofi t to run it on a day-to-day basis. We are incredibly proud of the progress we have made and are excited to share a draft of the concept plan with you. You can read the draft by going to cityofmalden.org/915/Project-Updates and submit comments directly on the project website or by email to Evan Spetrini, a Senior Planner with the City, at espetrini@cityofmalden.org by Monday, August 15. You can also come talk to us in person at the next Summer Festival on August 13th. We look forward to hearing your thoughts and continuing to work with you to make the Center a reality. (Editor’s Note: Gary Christenson is the Mayor of Malden and Amanda Linehan is the Malden City Councillor representing Ward 3.)

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 5, 2022 Page 9 TRAVEL | FROM PAGE 1 options: Orange Line riders who must commute downtown are strongly encouraged to use the Commuter Rail as an alternative as the MBTA is making a series of changes in service to accommodate the change in travel patterns: All Zone 1A, 1, and 2 fares can be paid simply by showing a CharlieCard or CharlieTickets on all Commuter Rail lines. Since many Orange Line riders drive to or transfer between buses and the Orange Line, the MBTA is making it easy to access the Commuter Rail before riders get to the Orange Line by allowing all riders to utilize Commuter Rail stations in Zones 1A, 1, and 2 by showing their CharlieCard or CharlieTicket to a conductor. Haverhill Line Commuter Rail trains stop at Oak Grove, Malden Center and North Station. During these 30 days, riders can show their CharlieCard or CharlieTicket to the conductor to access the Commuter Rail. According to the MBTA, “Haverhill Line trains will make additional stops at Oak Grove. Check back … for more information about this schedule coming soon.” Riders should review the latest Commuter Rail schedules. • Seek existing MBTA bus and subway alternatives. Riders can use other existing MBTA bus and subway services to complete their trips. • Consider working from home. During this 30-day shutdown, Orange Line riders who can work from home are strongly encouraged to do so. The MBTA encourages employers with hybrid work policies to allow employees to work from home as much as possible. • Alternative shuttle bus serSAMARITAN | FROM PAGE 3 kind person had not found him and brought him to us for help.” Bailey is now receiving ongoing veterinary care, including medicated baths and a refeeding plan to ensure he gains weight slowly and safely, ARL offi cials said at a news conference. Already there have been inquiries about Bailey's future, Shuttle bus service between some stations will be provided by the MBTA through Yankee Line. (Courtesy Photo) vice will be provided. Earlier today the MBTA Board of Directors approved an approximately $37 million contract for shuttle bus service to Yankee Line, Inc. Alternative shuttle bus service will also be provided by MBTA buses. Shuttle bus service will operate in both directions, connecting Oak Grove Station to North Station and Back Bay Station and Forest Hills Station (except for Massachusetts Avenue Station. Riders should expect that this alternative shuttle bus service will take longer and be less reliable than regular Orange Line train service. The MBTA is currently discussing options with the City of Boston for how to best service the downtown area and will provide updated information soon. This service will be at no cost to riders and fully accessible. • Parking: The MBTA will continue to charge for parking at MBTA lots and facilities at Orange Line stations and will communicate lost parking impacts related to staged shuttle buses in advance if necessary. ***** The MBTA is committed to providing as much information as possible before, during and after the major and accelerated work to take place on the Orange Line. Ongoing and transparent outreach to riders, communities and stakeholders will continue to take place through all available communication channels, including in-station signage, social media, mbta.com and more. During these 30 days, extra MBTA personnel and Transit Ambassadors will also be on hand to assist riders. but at this time he is not currently available for adoption, and because of his condition, it will take some time for him to get healthy enough to be ready to fi nd a new home, according to ARL offi cials and Offi cer Alkins. Anyone with information is asked to contact ARL Law Enforcement or Malden Police (781-322-1212). Information may be provided anonymously. 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. 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, August 5, 2022 MBTA | FROM PAGE 1 Malden hosts two major Orange Line stations, Oak Grove and Malden Center, which originate and end thousands of trips per day for commuters. The shutdown will also have an impact on college students and others who use the Orange Line to get to and from classes. On Wednesday, both local and federal officials reacted to the dramatic announcement, with Malden Mayor Gary Christenson saying he and his staff were already working on a response to the shutdown that would mitigate the impact to local residents, if at all possible. U.S. Rep. Katherine Clark (D-5th District), who represents Malden and many other communities affected by the shutdown, called the planned move “outrageous” due to the impact it would have on the over 100,000 Orange Line riders who make use of the line daily. “It is outrageous that years of underinvestment have left the MBTA with this decision of last resort just to ensure basic safety for riders,” Rep. Clark said. “This service disruption will upend the lives of those who have already been hit hardest by the pandemic and its economic fallout,” Rep. Clark Law Offices of JOSEPH D. CATALDO, P.C. “ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW” • ESTATE/MEDICAID PLANNING • WILLS/TRUSTS/ESTATES • INCOME TAX PREPARATION • WEALTH MANAGEMENT • RETIREMENT PLANNING • ELDER LAW 369 Broadway Everett, MA 02149 (617)381-9600 JOSEPH D. CATALDO, CPA, CFP, MST, ESQUIRE. AICPA Personal Financial Specialist Designee Our 50th Anniversary R.Y.O. TOBACCO ---------TUBES CIGAR SMOKERS DELIGHT! 15 Handmade Cigars - Long Leaf - individually wrapped plus a $19. Surprise $43.95 We Sell Cigars & Accessories Buy Cigars by the Box & SAVE! Competitive prices on all Brands, Great Selection Take an Additional 10% OFF All Boxes and Humidors during the Month of August! * Travel Humidors * Desk Top Humidors * Many Types of Lighters * Ash Trays * Juuls * Vapes * Glass Pipes * Rewards Program * CBD Infused Products * GIFTS UNDER $30 - GIFT CERTIFICATES A.B.C. CIGAR 170 REVERE ST., REVERE (781) 289-4959 STORE HOURS: Monday - Saturday: 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Sunday & Holidays: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Malden is home to no less than two of the busiest Orange Line stations, the last two on the northern end of the line: Malden Center Station in Malden Square and Oak Grove Station on the Malden-Melrose city line. (Courtesy/MBTA) added. Mayor Christenson, in a statement immediately after Wednesday's press conference by MBTA officials and Governor Charlie Baker, said he and his staff were already working on addressing the major announcement and subsequent local transportation disruption. “This shutdown will without a doubt negatively impact our community especially our residents who depend on the Orange Line to get to and from work and for our students returning to school,” Mayor Christenson said. “I have already met with our team to see if we can do anything to help the situation which includes utilizing the commuter rail to offset the disruption.” “This announcement also highlights our repeated stance over the years that the MBTA needs to do a better job of maintaining what they have rather than funding new projects especially where it’s not cost neutral,” Mayor Christenson added. “In the meantime, we will continue to work with the MBTA on ways to minimize the impact to our community,” the mayor said. Mayor Christenson noted that there were some alternative travel options for local and area Orange Line riders already outlined at Wednesday's press conference. “During [Wednesday’s] press conference, it was announced that several steps will be taken to ensure that existing riders will still be able to reach their normal commuting destinations by way of alternate substitute transportation including the use of the Commuter Rail as well as shuttle busses,” Mayor Christenson said. (See separate story in this issue.) Additionally, Mayor Christenson said he and his staff are “actively working with representatives of the MBTA to ensure this Commuter Rail service runs smoothly and will be pushing for more frequent rides than its current schedule.” With respect to shuttle busses, the mayor added that the MBTA is still in the process of finalizing those plans and said, “We will share those updates as soon as they are made available.” Assistant Speaker Clark echoed the mayor’s sentiments regarding alternative transportation options. “There needs to be a clear, comprehensive plan for the tens of thousands of people who rely on the Orange Line every single day and significant investment in our public transit system to finally take it into the 21st century,” Assistant Speaker Clark said. Like us on Facebook advocate newspaper Facebook.com/Advocate.news.ma 2022 1972

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 5, 2022 Page 11 ORANGE LINE| FROM PAGE 1 beginning at approximately 9 p.m. on Friday, August 19 through September 18, with service resuming on Monday, September 19. ‘T’ officials, in a press conference which included statements by Governor Charlie Baker on Wednesday, said the shutdown will enable an “accelerated, major revitalization effort... on a faster timeline.” Wednesday’s major announcement comes after a series of high-profile incidents, including a fire that led to riders jumping out of the windows of an Orange Line train, and a Federal Transit Administration review that led to a long list of safety directives. Despite the many “plusses” cited by MBTA officials on Wednesday, the shutdown will still severely impact the mobility and day-to-day lives of those who travel the Orange Line daily. The city of Malden hosts no less than two major Orange Line stations: Oak Grove at the northerly end of the line and Malden Center. Malden Mayor Gary Christenson said on Wednesday that he and his staff are already working on a local response to this transportation situation. “I have already met with our team to see if we can do anything to help the situation which includes utilizing the commuter rail to offset the disruption,” Mayor Christenson said as part of a statement released Wednesday afternoon. (See separate story in this issue of The Advocate.) Mass. Governor Charlie Baker urged workers who have the ability to do so to “consider working from home” and likewise encouraged employers to adopt this option for workers and staff if possible. The major revitalization work to take place on the Orange Line during this 30-day shutdown will deliver a number of projects “over five years faster than originally planned,” officials said, and will result in “track replacement, upgraded signal systems, and station improvements.” The MBTA will also be able to accomplish required track maintenance associated with Federal Transit Association (FTA) safety improvement directives as quickly as possible. Major revitalization work will take place along the entirety of the Orange Line – from the northernmost Oak Grove Station in Malden to the southern end of the line at Forest Hills – over 30 days, from August 20 through September 19. “This closure will allow departments across the MBTA to make substantial improveA 30-day shutdown will enable MBTA officials to take a deep dive into a comprehensive maintenance and repair project that would avert weekend closures for up to five years. (Courtesy/MBTA) ments across the Orange Line,” Mass. Secretary of Transportation Jamey Tesler said at Wednesday’s press conference. “Not only will improvements that are made benefit Orange Line riders, but they will allow for an overall rehabilitated system that is safe and efficient for employees and neighboring communities.” “We’ve listened to our ridthis shutdown will progress a number of projects and maintenance along the entire Orange Line on an accelerated timeline, some of which include: • The installation of upgraded signals and associated systems at Oak Grove and Malden Center Stations, allowing for improved safety and reliability • The replacement of over 3,500 feet of 38-year-old Orange Line track and tie replacement work that will allow for the removal of speed restrictions, improving travel time for Orange Line riders • The replacement of two Extensive track repair work is part of the overall maintenance project plan. (Courtesy/MBTA) ers, and we hear them loud and clear – bold action needs to happen in order to improve the MBTA at the pace that riders deserve. This 30-day surge will allow the MBTA to accomplish major and expansive progress on a number of priorities at the same time,” said MBTA General Manager Steve Poftak. “Thirty days of 24-hour access to the Orange Line [will replace] over five years of weekend diversions needed to address delays and slow zones. We can eliminate slow zones, prevent unplanned service disruptions, and increase the reliability of our service,” Poftak added. “[Most] importantly, we will provide the quality of safety and service that our riders deserve.” Maximizing the amount of work able to be accomplished, crossovers that facilitate the movement of Orange Line trains, allowing for improved reliability and future capacity improvements • Track repair, tie replacement, concrete work and more along the Southwest Corridor of the Orange Line, which will improve reliability; and future capacity improvements The Orange Line provides approximately 1021,000 trips each day. The present ridership is approximately 49% of what it was prior to the start of the pandemic, in March 2020. **** MBTA webpage designated for information about the planned Orange Line maintenance, upgrade work To keep riders updated about this upcoming Orange Line work, the MBTA has created a specially designated webpage available at mbta.com/ BBT2022.

Page 12 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 5, 2022 Beach:Ability brings accessible fun for Malden residents to Constitution Beach in East Boston O n Saturday over 170 individuals with disabilities and their families from Malden and many other communities came together to enjoy an accessible, fun-filled day at Constitution Beach. The Beach:Ability program started on 2019 through a grant from Save the Harbor/ Save the Bay’s Better Beaches Program partnership with the Department of Conservation & Recreation (DCR). This annual event hosted by Triangle, Inc. highlights the importance of creating accessible spaces on our region’s public beaches for the disability community. The ALS Hope W fo Registration at 9:00 a.m. Better Beaches Program provided fl oating wheelchairs, sand wheelchairs and mobility mats to make this event possible and improve access for people with disabilities on the region’s public beaches. “It fi lls my heart with joy to see people of all ages and abilities come together on a beautiful summer day to celebrate clean water at Constitution Beach,” said State Representative Adrian Madaro, who co-chairs the Metropolitan Beaches Commission and was instrumental in securing funds to make Beach:Ability possible. Angel Fund for The RESEARCH AN INDEPENDENT NON-PROFIT CHARITY Benefiting ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) research at UMass Chan Medical School It was a hot 85° and sunny when participants arrived on Constitution Beach. Eager to get into the water, some for the fi rst time in their lives, participants were helped by family and staff to use beach wheelchairs and make a splash in the clean water. It was a joyful and moving moment for all attendees. In addition, participants enjoyed great music and lunch on the beach while Piers Park Sailing Center provided kayaking lessons for everyone. Members of the disability community from all over the Boston region came together to enjoy fun summertime activities on one of Massachusetts’s best urban beaches. “This is one of our favorite days of the year! We are so excited to return to Constitution Beach for our Third Beach:Ability event,” said Triangle, Inc. CEO Coleman Nee. “This unique event highlights all the great work of our partners at DCR’s Universal Access Program and Save the Harbor/Save the Bay have done to ensure that our public beaches are accessible Lake Quannapowitt in Wakefield, MA Saturday, September 10th, 2022 …a 3.5-mile walk around Walk begins at 11:00 a.m. • Build a team and obtain a sponsor • Collect pledges as a walker • Be a corporate sponsor • Make a tax-deductible donation to The Angel Fund Call 781-245-7070 or visit our website for more information. The Angel Fund for ALS Research • 649 Main Street • Wakefield, MA 01880 781-245-7070 • theangelfundals@gmail.com www.theangelfund.org 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! for people of all abilities.” “Constitution Beach is important to East Boston residents and to people with disabilities from around the region,” said Save the Harbor/Save the Bay Executive Director Chris Mancini. “It is East Boston’s only beach, close to the Blue Line and you can drive right up to it in a car or van, making it very accessible to people of all abilities. It’s a great place to spend a hot summer day.” According to Save the Harbor/Save the Bays Development Director, Patricia Salic, free beach events like this would not be possible withJohn from Malden and Triangle, Inc. CEO Coleman Nee used a kayak courtesy of Piers Park Sailing Center. out their program partners and event sponsors, including Arctic Chill and Harpoon Brewery, JetBlue, FMC Ice Sports, P&G Gillette, National Grid, Coast Cannabis, The Daily Catch, Comcast, Mix 104.1, iZotope, Inc., Blue Sky Collaborative, Boston & Maine Webcams, BostonHarbor.com, The Boston Foundation and the Richard Saltonstall Charitable Foundation. In addition, for their support, Save the Harbor recognized Metropolitan Beaches Commission CoChairs Senator Brendan Crighton of Lynn and Representative Adrian Madaro of East Boston BEACH | SEE PAGE 13 Summer is Here! David from Malden and Melissa Strout from Triangle, Inc. enjoyed the sun at Constitution Beach during Triangle, Inc.’s Beach:Ability event.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 5, 2022 Page 13 Medford Community Chorale & Youth/Young Adult Chorus Opening of Fall Season – Sept. 7 New members welcome! he Medford Community Chorale & Youth/Young Adult Chorus opens their fall season on September 7, when rehearsals begin in preparation for their holiday concert, which is scheduled for Friday, December 2 at 7 p.m. in the Caron Theatre at Medford High School – and new members are welcome! The concert, which is titled “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year!”, is a celebration of the holiday season, and proceeds from the concert program book will be donated to the Medford Jingle Bell Festival to benefi t the Medford Community Family Inc. Adult Day Care Center/Buddy Coholan Memory Loss Center. There are no auditions and the only requirement is a love of singing! Rehearsals are on Wednesday evenings in the auditorium in the McGlynn Middle School here in Medford: T youth/young adult chorus at 6 p.m. and full chorus from 7:008:30 p.m.For more information or to join, please contact director Betsy Pesce at elizabethpesce@comcast.net or 617335-8155. The Medford Community Chorale, a 501(c)(3) nonprofBEACH | FROM PAGE 12 and the legislative and community members of the Commission as well as Senate President Karen Spilka and House Speaker Ron Mariano for their support for their beaches and communities. Save the Harbor also thanked the Baker-Polito Administration, the Massachusetts Legislature, Save the Harbor’s partners at DCR, the Boston Centers for Youth & Families, the YMCA of Greater Boston, and the hundreds of people who took part in the Shamrock Splash. it organization, is supported in part by grants from the ArtsAlive Medford Foundation, the Passim Iguana Music Fund, the Tufts University Community Fund and the Medford Arts Council, which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council and the City of Medford. A copy of this release and a calendar of Better Beaches events is available in more than 100 languages on Save the Harbor/Save the Bay’s blog Sea, Sand & Sky at: http://blog. savetheharbor.org. To learn more about Save the Harbor/ Save the Bay and the great work it does to restore, protect and share Boston Harbor, the waterfront, islands and the region’s public beaches with all Bostonians and the region’s residents, visit the website www.savetheharbor.org and follow @savetheharbor on social media.

Page 14 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 5, 2022 Summer Reading Celebration & Picnic J oin the Malden Public Library as we bid farewell to Camp MPL and wind down our Summer Reading season. On Thursday, August 11 from 2-4 p.m. bring your picnic snacks and baskets for an old-fashioned community picnic party on the lawn. We will provide the cake and light refreshments; you bring your sandwiches and sides. There will be games, music, prizes and, hopefully, a lot of fun with our library friends and neighbors. Thank you again to our summer reading sponsors: Preotle, Lane & Associates, the Friends of the Malden Public Library, Malden Cultural Council – and all our great summer volunteers. Metro Mayors issue statement on Orange Line shutdown T he Metropolitan Mayors Coalition has advocated for a fully funded, safe, reliable, frequent and accessible transportation system since the Coalition was founded in 2001. Unfortunately, the continual postponement of investments in this critical public service has led to reduced service, serious safety concerns, and now to the extended closure of the Orange Line for urgently needed repairs and upgrades. Cutting service hurts us all, but it especially hurts people in the communities most impacted by both the pandemic and recent service cuts. We urge the MBTA to provide frequent, reliable, and convenient shuttle service for Orange Line riders for the duration of these repairs to ensure that riders who rely on this service don’t lose access to their jobs, their schools, essential goods and services, and the region more broadly. In addition, we urge the MBTA to keep residents fully informed in their eff orts to make the fullest possible use of the commuter rail in mitigating the impact of the loss of Orange Line service. Choosing to temporarily close the Orange Line for full scale repairs was not a decision that the MBTA made lightly. We hope that this closure will allow the time needed for the comprehensive repairs and upgrades necessary to restore safety, effi ciency, and confi dence in the Orange Line. The Orange Line is not the only component of the MBTA system that needs large scale investments to make a safer and more reliable system. We urge the Legislature and Governor Baker to make continued substantial investments from the state’s current budgetary surplus to allow the MBTA to address all significant safety concerns and to restore more frequent service systemwide. As a Coalition, we also want to express our gratitude and support for the MBTA workers who continue to work tirelessly to provide this critical service to our residents. The safety concerns that have arisen in recent months are not because of their lack of dedication but rather due to systemic underinvestment in this critical service. We are committed to working with the T to take steps to protect riders, make the MBTA system more accessible and aff ordable for all residents, and restore trust in public transit. The Metropolitan Mayors Coalition is a group of cities and towns in the urban core of Metro Boston whose leaders gather to exchange information and create solutions for common problems. The municipal offi cials in this group represent more than 1.4 million residents in the cities and towns of Arlington, Boston, Braintree, Brookline, Cambridge, Chelsea, Everett, Malden, Medford, Melrose, Newton, Quincy, Revere, Somerville, and Winthrop. Like us on Facebook advocate newspaper Facebook.com/ Advocate.news.ma

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 5, 2022 Page 15 National Night Out fosters positive relationship between residents and law enforcement By Tara Vocino H undreds of Maldonians of all ages attended the Malden Police Department’s National Night Out at Macdonald Stadium on Tuesday. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors, particularly children, and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Tara Vocino may be reached at printjournalist1@gmail.com. Naomi Saias, 7, threw a softball to dunk an officer into the dunk tank. Shown from left to right: Malden Police Captain Paul Hopkins, Mayor Gary Christenson and Fire Chief William Sullivan during Tuesday’s National Night Out at Macdonald Stadium. Malden Police Detective David Young sits inside the dunk tank. Aseel, 6, and Janaa Oumalek, 3, pretended to dispatch each other on a police radio. Vanessa Spero is a Jail Diversion Clinician at the Malden Police Department. Mollie Bracken is a domestic violence counselor. Police Detective Elijah McNeal taught Malden resident Neil Umakanth, 6, the use of police safety vests. A fire station and PAW Patrol bouncy house had children active all night long. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino) Malden resident Kairo Bonet, 2, pretended to steer a police car and beep the horn.

Page 16 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 5, 2022 Everett, Malden, Saugus and Revere residents contributing to success on the diamond this season By Steve Freker S ummer can be a time when everyone steps back and takes a few moments, days or even weeks to relax and "recharge the batteries". When it comes to baseball, however, nothing slows down in the summer. Just the opposite: It all ramps up for baseball players. Why do you think they call them the "Boys of Summer" anyway? Just the other night a group of former longtime Malden residents and ex-local high school stars strutted their stuff in the Commonwealth Amateur Baseball League (CABL) Annual AllStar Game. For the past six years, the Powers Brothers, Manny and Nick have run the Malden Marlins franchise in the CABL, and just like their high school days, are some of the best players in the league still, as they approach their 30s. Manny Powers, a 2012 MalMASSHEALTH AND YOUR HOME Regardless of the value of your home, so long as your spouse is living in your home, it will not be considered a countable asset even if you were to go into a nursing home and qualify for MassHealth benefits. Furthermore, so long as your spouse is living in your home, MassHealth Estate Recovery will not be able to file a lien against it. If your home is held jointly, title should be transferred as quickly as possible to the healthy spouse who is still living home. If not, if the healthy spouse were to suddenly die first, title would vest 100% in the spouse who is living in the nursing home on MassHealth. The Estate Recovery Unit would then be able to recover against the equity in the home as the home would be part of the nursing home spouse’s probate estate. The transfer can be made either prior to or after admission into a nursing home. Transfers between spouses are never considered disqualifying transfers subject to the fiveyear look-back period. Once the transfer of the home takes place and the nursing home spouse is approved for MassHealth benefits, the spouse still living at home should consider, as one option, transferring the home to an irrevocable Trust in order to protect the equity in the home for the benefit of children. The five-year look-back period will commence once title has been transferred to the Trust. Although each family’s circumstances are different, and what might be good for one family might not be good for another, married couples and single individuals need to consider transferring the home to such an irrevocable Trust long before the need for a nursing home arises. One big advantage is the avoidance of probate. The home will pass to your intended beneficiaries pursuant to the terms of the Trust. The home can be sold at any time even after you place it into an irrevocable Trust. Since the Trust is structured as a grantor-type trust, the IRS Section 121 capital gain exclusion will still be retained. For a married couple, the capital gain exclusion on the sale of the home is $500,000. For a single person, the exclusion is $250,000. If rental property is placed into the Trust, the net rental income or loss is passed through onto the married couple’s or single person’s Form 1040. Consequently, the much higher ordinary income tax rates and capital gains tax rates associated with Trusts are avoided. 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. den Catholic grad and Nick Powers, a 2013 Malden High graduate, were named to their 5th consecutive CABL All-Star Team and were joined by three of their Marlins teammates, including two other former Malden residents, Ricky Mendez (Malden High 2013) and Connor Mulcahy (Malden Catholic 2012). The league was split in half for the purposes of the All-Star Game and the team the Malden Marlins were on won the game, 3-0, led by the hitting of Manny Powers, Mendez and Mulcahy. Nick Powers hurled a scoreless seventh for the save. **** Malden High assistant coach Mike DiCato named Pitcher of the Month in Boston Men's Baseball League Malden High School assistant baseball coach Mike DiCato is the top pitcher in the Boston Men's Baseball League (BMBL) 28-Plus Division and was recently named Pitcher of the Month for June for recording three impressive wins for his team, the Boston Dodgers. DiCato, a former Malden Catholic Division 1 Player of the Year in 2005 and a UMass/Amherst record-setting pitcher, leads the league in nearly every statistical category. He is 5-2 on the mound for the Dodgers with six complete games and is the league leader in wins (5), innings pitched (48) Mike Popp has played in several statewide All-Star events this summer after shining for the Revere High baseball team this past spring, with more on the way. (Courtesy Photo) and strikeouts (69). Perhaps his most impressive Nathan Ing, a recent Saugus High baseball standout, is a member of the first-place Peabody Champions Pub team in the North Shore League, a men's league. (Courtesy Photo) stat? Aside from the 69 strikeouts in 48 innings, DiCato has walked only SIX (6) batters! That's 69-6 strikeouts to walks ratio! No lie: He might be leading the NATION in that category for men's league baseball. **** Saugus standout Nathan Ing contributing to Champions Pub team success in North Shore League Recent Saugus High Class of 2022 graduate Nathan Ing has been one of the top baseball players in the Northeastern Conference (NEC) for the past three years, both on the mound and at the plate. Ing took a big step forward this summer when he joined the roster of the league-leadSPORT | SEE PAGE 19 Malden Marlins players and former Malden residents and local high school standouts recently took part in the Commonwealth Amateur Baseball League (CABL) All-Star Game. From left, Connor Mulcahy, Ricky Mendez, Manny Powers and Nick Powers. (Courtesy Photo) Malden High School assistant coach Mike DiCato is a former UMass-Amherst and Malden Catholic standout. He was recently named Boston Men's Baseball League (BMBL) Pitcher of the Month while excelling for the Boston Dodgers. (Courtesy Photo)

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 5, 2022 Page 17 SUPPORT | FROM PAGE 4 ductive health, including abortion. During deliberation in the House, I was proud to speak in support of this bill, emphasizing that abortion is not a partisan or political issue. It is a human rights issue.” “The Reproductive Health bill will ensure that anybody requiring health care for any reason, will be able to do so in Massachusetts. The Commonwealth has the best hospitals in the world, and it would be an injustice to prevent anyone from their treatment,” said Representative Paul Donato (D – Medford). “This bill also legally protects providers from being prosecuted for any service they provide.” “In the wake of the shocking Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v Wade, it is imperative for the Commonwealth to ensure that abortion providers are fully protected and patients, whether from Massachusetts or other states, have access to the care they need,” said Senator Jason Lewis. “I was proud to join with my House and Senate colleagues in passing this critical legislation to further protect and expand access to reproductive and gender-affi rming healthcare in Massachusetts. I’m especially pleased that the bill includes an amendment I fi led to expand access to medication abortion services on our public college and university campuses to help students overcome the signifi cant barriers to care that many face today.” H.4954, An Act expanding protections for reproductive and gender-affi rming care, has been passed by the House and Senate. Last Friday, Governor Charlie Baker signed legislation to further protect access to reproductive health care services in Massachusetts ~ Legal Notice ~ ADVERTISEMENT The Malden Housing Authority, the Awarding Authority, invites sealed bids from Contractors for the Forestdale 667-3, Elderly Housing Development, DHCD FISH No. 165047 for the Malden Housing Authority in Malden, Massachusetts, in accordance with the documents prepared by SOCOTEC AE Consulting, LLC. The Project consists of: ModPHASE: Building Envelope Upgrades, New Accessible Apartments, Community Room Renovations, Electrical System Upgrades, Exterior Decking & Railing Repair and Painting, Window and Door Replacement, Site Accessibility, New LULA Addition, Sprinkler Installation, Interior Painting, Site Improvements and Additional Parking at the Forestdale 667-3 Elderly Housing Development. The work is estimated to cost $ 9,000,000.00. Bids are subject to M.G.L. c.149 §44A-J & to minimum wage rates as required by M.G.L. c.149 §§26 to 27H inclusive. General bidders must be certified by the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) in the category of General Building Construction. General Bids will be received until 2:00 PM, Thursday, September 15, 2022 and publicly opened, forthwith. Filed sub-bids for the trades listed below will be received until Time, 2:00 PM, Wednesday, August 31, 2022 and opened forthwith. Filed sub-bidders must be DCAMM certified for the trades listed below and bidders must include a current DCAMM Sub-Bidder Certificate of Eligibility and a signed DCAMM Sub-Bidder’s Update Statement. SUBTRADES: Section 04.20.00 Masonry Section 05.50.00 Miscellaneous and Ornamental Iron Section 07 18 00 Waterproofing, Damp proofing, and Caulking Section 08 44 13 Metal Windows Section 09.00.00 Resilient Flooring Section 09.90.00 Painting Section 14.24.00 Elevators Section 21.00.00 Fire Protection Sprinkler Systems Section 22.00.00 Plumbing Section 23.00.00 HVAC Section 26.00.00 Electrical This project is being Electronically Bid (E-Bid). All bids shall be submitted online at www.Projectdog.com no later than the date & time specified above. Hard copy bids will not be accepted by the Awarding Authority. E-Bid tutorials and instructions are available within the specifications and online at www.Projectdog.com. For assistance, call Projectdog, Inc. at (978) 499- 9014, M-F 8:30AM-5PM. General bids and sub-bids shall be accompanied by a bid deposit that is not less than five (5%) of the greatest possible bid amount (considering all alternates), and made payable to the Malden Housing Authority. Bid Forms and Contract Documents will be available for pick-up at: Beginning Wednesday, August 10, 2022 at 2:00PM, go to www.Projectdog.com and login with an existing account or click Sign up to register for free. Enter Project Code 851354 in the project locator box. Select “Acquire Documents” to download documents, review a hard copy at Projectdog’s physical location, or request a free project CD. Bidding documents will be available for free (electronically) at www.projectdog.com using Project Code 851354 Bidders may request hard copies directly from Projectdog at their own expense. Advocate Call now! 617-387-2200 advertise on the web at www.advocatenews.net General bidders must agree to contract with minority and women business enterprises as certified by the Supplier Diversity Office (SDO), formerly known as SOMWBA. The combined participation benchmark reserved for such enterprises shall not be less than 10.4% of the final contract price including accepted alternates. Request for waivers must be sent to DHCD (david.mcclave@mass.gov) 5 calendar days prior to the General Bid date if the work is estimated to cost less than $500,000 OR 10 calendar days prior to the General Bid date if the work is estimated to cost $500,000 or more – NO WAIVERS WILL BE GRANTED AFTER THE BID DATE. See Contract Documents - Article 3 of the Instructions to Bidders. The job site and/or existing building(s) will be available for inspection on two (2) dates: 10:00AM Tuesday, August 16, 2022 and 10:00AM Tuesday, August 23, 2022. Meet outside the Office at 427 Forest Street, Malden, MA. For an appointment call – NO OTHER TIMES ARE AVAILABLE TO VISIT THE SITE. August 05, 2022 ~ Legal Notice ~ Classifieds

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Consumer Cellular (ConsumerCellular. com), which provides an unlimited talk plan or $15 per month. They also give 5 percent discounts to AARP members. And Lively (Lively.com), maker of the popular Jitterbug Flip2 senior-friendly fl ip phone. Their cheapest monthly plan is 300 minutes of talk and text for $15. Subsidized Plans You also need to know that if you’re on a government program such as Medicaid, Supplemental Security Income or food stamps/ SNAP. Or, if your annual household income is at or below 135 percent of the Federal Poverty Guidelines – $18,347 for one person, or $24,719 for two – you might also qualify for free or subsidized wireless plans from various carriers via the federal Lifeline program. To fi nd out if you’re eligibility or apply, visit LifelineSupport.org. 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. OBITUARIES Patricia A."Patt"(Connell) Varzakis Of Malden. Passed peacefully on July 24, 2022at the age of 87. She was a lifelong resident of Malden. Daughter of the late Daniel and Rose Connell. Sister to the late Mary Connell. She leaves her son, James Varzakis and his wife Renelle Roy of Danvers, MA. Also her treasured neighborhood friends along with many work friends from her years at Massachusetts Electric/ National Grid in Malden. Services will be private. Please consider making a donation in Patt's memory to Northeast An- 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 imal Shelter of Salem, MA. Colleen Martin Of Malden. Cherished sister of Maureen A. Furilla of Plymouth, Kathleen M. Darbe of N. Reading, Henry E. Martin of Malden, Daniel J. Martin of Malden, Eileen M. Uberti of Litchfi eld, NH, OBIT | SEE PAGE 22

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 5, 2022 Page 19 SPORT | FROM PAGE 16 ing Champions Pub team out of Peabody in the prestigious North Shore League. The North Shore League is one of the leading men's baseball leagues in the region. Ing has fit in nicely on a team full of experienced players like longtime legends Jon Cahill and Mike Giardi, mixed with newcomers like the Saugus All-Star. Ing is fourth in hitting on the Champions team at point in the season, at a .323 clip (9-for-28) with 9 RBIs in 11 games played. He has also scored three runs. The 6-2, 220 Ing, who was a key contributor to success of the Saugus Sachems the past three years, is headed for Bentley University in Waltham where he intends to pursue his academic and baseball career. **** Busy Summer for Everett High GBL All-Star Marshall and Revere High GBL All-Star Popp It's been a busy and successful summer for some local Greater Boston League (GBL) high school All-Stars. Revere High Class of 2023 outfielder Mike Popp has already participated in the Mass. Baseball Coaches Association (MBCA) Junior Select State AllStar Game as well as the Bay State Games METRO Team. Popp plays for the Giants Elite travel team out of The Dugout in Lynn and before the summer end is planning on participating in The Lynn Invitational Showcase Tournament August 1012. Also in the works is a trip to Florida to take part in a National JUCO Showcase event in Ocala, Fl. in mid-August. Everett's Marshall, also an outfielder and pitcher, plays for the Legends Baseball Expos this summer and has taken part in a number of nationally-recognized tournaments this summer. - LEGAL NOTICE - COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Suffolk Probate and Family Court 24 New Chardon Street Boston, MA 02114 (617) 788-8300 Docket No. SU21C0598CA In the matter of: NIA CAMILLE GRANITO CITATION ON PETITION TO CHANGE NAME A petition to change name of Adult has been filed by Nia Camille Granito of Malden, MA, requesting that the court enter a Decree changing their name to: Nate Charles Granito. IMPORTANT NOTICE Any person may appear for purposes of objecting to the petition by filing an appearance at: Suffolk Probate and Family Court before 10:00 a.m. on the return day of 08/25/2022. 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. Brian J. Dunn, First Justice of this Court. Date: July 29, 2022 FELIX D. ARROYO REGISTER OF PROBATE August 5, 2022 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, August 5, 2022 Legal Notice Section 00.11.39 ADVERTISEMENT TO BID 1. On Aug. 5, 1924, what comic strip about a girl debuted? 2. What pants are named for an island? 3. Brown bears live with their mother for how many years: one, three or six? 4. On Aug. 6, 1890, “Cy” Young pitched his fi rst game as a pro; what did his nickname mean? 5. Is a coconut a nut? 6. What country has won the World Cup in soccer fi ve times? 7. What First Lady wrote a newspaper column called “My Day”? 8. On Aug. 7, 2007, who beat Hank Aaron’s career home run record? 9. Most caves are formed in what kind of rock: granite, limestone or gneiss? 10. What playwright was associated with the Globe Theatre and the group of actors called the Lord Chamberlain’s Men? 11. On Aug. 8, 1984, the Massachusetts Bay Colony charter was stolen from what building in Boston that is now a National Historic Park? 12. This August, for the fi rst time in decades, what cat is being returned to India’s wild forests? 13. In what country would you find a traditional music instrument called a didgeridoo? 14. August 9 is National Book Lovers Day; what is a bibliophile? 15. What children’s book series inspired a sport? 16. During the 1936 Sumer Olympics in Berlin, in what sport did Jessie Owens win four gold medals? 17. August 10 is National S’mores Day; Rev. Sylvester Graham, who inspired graham flour products, died in what Massachusetts city with the Calvin Coolidge House? 18. What Austrian dance was once called the forbidden dance due to its body contact? 19. What did golf balls used to be made of? 20. On Aug. 11, 1934, what prison known as “The Rock” opened? ANSWERS The Malden Housing Authority, the Awarding Authority, invites sealed bids from Contractors for the 69-75 Coleman Street & 128-134 Plainfield Avenue – Basement Flood Remediation #061819 in Malden, Massachusetts, in accordance with the documents prepared by Waterfield Design Group, Inc. The Project consists of: Waterproof exterior foundation wall. Pour new basement slabs. Install trench drains and sump pump system in basement. Install new sump pump delivery pipes. The work is estimated to cost $250,000. Bids are subject to M.G.L. c.30§39 & to minimum wage rates as required by M.G.L. c.l49 §§26 to 27H inclusive. THIS PROJECT IS BEING ELECTRONICALLY BID AND HARD COPY BIDS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Please review the instructions in the bid documents on how to register as an electronic bidder. The bids are to be prepared and submitted at www.biddocsonline.com . Tutorials and instructions on how to complete the electronic bid documents are available online (click on the “Tutorial” tab at the bottom footer). General Bids will be received until 12:00 PM on Thursday, 25 August 2022 and publicly opened online, forthwith. All Bids should be submitted online at www.biddocsonline.com and received no later than the date and time specified above. General bids shall be accompanied by a bid deposit that is not less than five (5%) of the greatest possible bid amount (considering all alternates), and made payable to the Malden Housing Authority. Bid Forms and Contract Documents will be available for pick-up at www.biddocsonline. com (may be viewed electronically and hardcopy requested) or at Nashoba Blue, Inc. at 433 Main Street, Hudson, MA 01749 (978-568-1167). There is a plan deposit of $50.00 per set (maximum of 2 sets) payable to BidDocs ONLINE Inc. Plan deposits may be electronically paid or by check. This deposit will be refunded for up to two sets for general bidders and for one set for sub-bidders upon return of the sets in good condition within thirty (30) days of receipt of general bids. Otherwise the deposit shall be the property of the Awarding Authority. Additional sets may be purchased for $50.00 Bidders requesting Contract Documents to be mailed to them shall include a separate check for $40.00 per set for UPS Ground (or $65.00 per set for UPS overnight), non-refundable, payable to the BidDocs ONLINE Inc., to cover mail handling costs. PRE-BID CONFERENCE / SITE VISIT: Wednesday, August 17, 2022 at the 69-75 Coleman Street Malden, MA at: 1:30 PM SITE VISIT BY APPOINTMENT: NONE The Contract Documents may be seen, but not removed at: Malden Housing Authority 630 Salem Street Malden, MA 02148 781-322-8009 Nashoba Blue Inc. 433 Main Street Hudson, MA 01749 978-568-1167 August 5, 2022 Legal Notice 1. “Little Orphan Annie” 2. Capris 3. Three 4. “Cyclone” (Due to his “destructive” fastball, “One of the fellows called me ‘Cyclone,’ but fi nally shortened it to ‘Cy’…”) 5. No, it is a one-seeded fruit. 6. Brazil 7. Eleanor Roosevelt 8. Barry Bonds – in 2007 he hit his 756th career home run. 9. Limestone 10. Shakespeare 11. The Old State House 12. Cheetah 13. Australia 14. A lover of books or book collector 15. Harry Potter (quidditch) 16. Track & fi eld 17. Northampton 18. Waltz 19. Wood 20. Alcatraz

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Page 22 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 5, 2022 OBIT | FROM PAGE 18 and Frederick J. Martin of Stoneham. Proud aunt of Kevin, Kerry, Keith, Colleen, Brian, Melinda, Daniel, Megan, Matthew, Timothy, and the late John and Ryan. Also survived by 12 great-nieces and great-nephews. A Funeral was held from the Weir-MacCuish Golden Rule Funeral Home in Malden on Wednesday followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Joseph's Church, Malden. Interment to follow in Calvary Cemetery, Woburn. Michael A. Daly Of Malden, a retired lineman with Local #317, passed away peacefully on Friday, July 29th. Michael was born in Malden in 1950, the son of John and Ella Daly. He was raised in Malden, graduating from Malden High School with the Class of 1968. Soon after high school, Mike went to work for Mass Electric, which later became National Grid. He worked as a lineman for 41 years until his retirement. An active member of Local #317, he served as the Shop Steward and Treasurer. He enjoyed playing the accordion, loved playing Irish music. He also enjoyed playing golf and scuba diving and was a diving instructor in years past. He was also a skilled wood worker. Michael's greatest joy was spending time with his granddaughters. He is survived by his son, Patrick M. Daly and wife Ana of Malden, his brother John R. Daly WASTE REMOVAL & BUILDING MAINTENANCE • Landscaping, Lawn Care, Mulching • Yard Waste & Rubbish Removal • Interior & Exterior Demolition (Old Decks, Fences, Pools, Sheds, etc.) • Appliance and Metal Pick-up • Construction and Estate Cleanouts • Pick-up Truck Load of Trash starting at $169 • Carpentry LICENSED & INSURED Call for FREE ESTIMATES! Office: (781) 233-2244 Jr. and wife Donna of NH, his granddaughters, Shelby and Lexie, his nephews Brendan and Matthew, his nieces Erica and Jennifer, as well as many close friends and companions. Michael was preceded in death by his sister, Joanne E. DeJong, and his brother, Paul R. Daly. Services will be private and a celebration of Michael's life will be held at a later date. AAA Service • Lockouts Trespass Towing • Roadside Service Junk Car Removal 617-387-6877 26 Garvey St., Everett MDPU 28003 ICCMC 251976 REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS BUYER1 MAO, BIN MUNIZ, MATTHEW D STANFORD, PETER AHMED, SYED T ALNAJJAR, MOUHAMAD M BUYER2 SPANOS, DEMETREOS DECOTIS, ANDREA ELSAMNA, TAMARA N SELLER1 POON, HEUNG W 6567 BEACH STREET LLC GAO, XINYING COTTEN, SAMANTHA A RICE, SEAN T RICE, JESSICA SELLER2 LAI, MIRANDA ADDRESS 20 CHESTNUT ST #204 65 BEACH ST #67 Discount Tree Service 781-269-0914 CITY MALDEN MALDEN 14 WASHINGTON PL #14 MALDEN 20-30 DANIELS ST #205 31 AUBURN CT MALDEN MALDEN DATE 07.11.22 07.14.22 07.15.22 07.11.22 07.15.22 PRICE 253000 521000 800000 340000 534000 Professional TREE REMOVAL & Cleanups 24-HOUR SERVICE 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.

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Page 24 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 5, 2022 Follow Us On: COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY SALES & RENTALS Happy Summer! Sandy Juliano Broker/President A great time to think of selling or buying! Call today for a free market analysis. WE KNOW EVERETT!! Call TODAY to sell or buy with the best! FOR SALE TWO FAMILY, COMING SOON - DANVERS CALL JOE FOR DETAILS 617-680-7610 $849,900. _____________ CALL NORMA FOR DETAILS 617-590-9143 UNDER AGREEMENT! FOR SALE - TWO FAMILY, $849,900 - CALL SANDY FOR DETAILS, 617-448-0854. CALL YOUR LOCAL REAL ESTATE PROS AT JRS! Joe DiNuzzo - Broker Associate Norma Capuano Parziale - Agent 433 Broadway, Suite B, Everett, MA 02149 www.jrs-properties.com Open Daily From 10:00 A 00 PM A.M. - 5:00 P.M. COMING SOON! CONDO SOLD BY SANDY AS BUYER’S AGENT! COMING SOON! UNDER AGREEMENT! Denise Matarazzo - Agent Rosemarie Ciampi - Agent Follow Us On: Mark Sachetta - Agent 617-294-1041

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