State Representative Donato Democrat Leadership with Results! Maldden alld a Vol. 31, No. 32 den AADD -FREEM ayor Gary Christenson and Fire Chief William Sullivan recently presided over a cereOCAT AT 617-387-2200 Published Every Friday Gary Christenson Mayor Shown from left to right: Ward 3 School Committee Member Jen Spadafora, State Representative Paul Donato, Mayor Gary Christenson, Lieutenant Michael Gilardi, Captain Thomas Walsh, Deputy Chief Steven O’Leary, Fire Chief William Sullivan and State Representatives Steve Ultrino and Kate Lipper-Garabedian. mony promoting three offi cers in the Department. A warm welcome was given to families and friends in attendance. State RepCEREMONY | SEE PAGE 5 Malden Overcoming Addiction Celebration M ayor Gary Christenson announced recently that Malden will soon begin working on www.advocatenews.net Fire Department Promotions & Swearing-In Ceremony (Pol. Adv.) Your Only Local Newspaper Source for 30 Years! CTE E Friday, August 12, 2022 Malden announces Climate Action Plan Steve Ultrino State Representative its fi rst Climate Action Plan folCLIMATE | SEE PAGE 14 PLACE YOUR BETS: Governor Baker signs bill establishing legal sports betting in Mass. Rollout could take several months, according to MGC; Encore Boston Harbor expected to seek license for ‘sports book’ on-site in Everett By Steve Freker I t has been a long three years since Massachusetts lawmakers formally approved legal sports betting in the Commonwealth. On Wednesday, Governor Charlie Baker played “Beat BILL | SEE PAGE 10 FAMILY FUN: Katie, 10, and her mother, Donna Smith, grabbed watermelon and Richie’s Slush from Patricia and Cindy Robillard during Saturday’s MOA Family Fun Day at Lincoln Commons. Malden Overcoming Addiction celebrated nine years as a non-profit with a free event on Lincoln Commons. See page 12 for photo highlights. (Advocate photo by Tara Vocino)

Page 2 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 12, 2022 Malden Gaming District celebrates final Summer Festival of 2022 on Saturday Live music, artists, artisans, vintage clothing, farmers’ market and more T he City of Malden will be holding the final Summer Festival on Saturday, August 13. Taking place between 12-4 p.m. in Malden Center, Pleasant and Exchange Streets will transform into an open-air market that features artists and artisans, vintage clothing stores, a farmers’ market and much more. At the main stage – located on the corner of Washington and Pleasant Streets — the lineup for August 13 features a musically diverse mix of bands. In a new annual tradition, the fi nal Summer Festival will feature the Big Rig Charity Gig put on by Total Performance Sports of Malden between 12-2 p.m. with 100% of the entry fees getting donated to the Claddagh Fund and Bread of Life. The event, which is commonly referred to as a “Truck Pull,” features professionals and amateurs pulling a 16,000 lb. vehicle. With minimal coaching, anyone can give it a try. Few can forget the sight of Sparky the Clown pulling a truck while on a unicycle! In addition, August 13 will also be the date of the next Murder at the Malden Bank Pub Crawl. With three straight sellouts, this one-of-a-kind, interactive game has proven to be a genuine -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 Mayor Gary Christenson is shown with performers and members of the band Grooversity on Pleasant Street. crowd pleaser! Based on the actual locations from the fi rst bank robbery murder in the United States, the easy 17-minute walk takes you to multiple dining and drinking establishments connected to the murder of a member of Malden’s esteemed Converse family. At each location you will encounter interesting characters who will present you with challenges and puzzles to unlock the mystery behind the 1863 murder. Visit www.MaldenGamingDistrict.com for tickets and more information. These events are sponsored by the Office of Mayor Gary Christenson. Located next to the MBTA Orange Line’s Malden Center Station, the area is also home to Malden’s Gaming District. This is the place to go if you want to quest at Boda Borg, conduct a science experiment that is a lot like mini golf, play and stock up on Magic cards, shoot some billiards, try a racing simulator or sing your heart out at karaoke. It’s easily accessible by the Orange Line, but free parking during the festival is available at both City garages: at 170 Centre St. and 7 Jackson St. Sen. Lewis secures $200,000 in funding for Triangle, Inc. S Valid as of 8/11/2022* Open a 3-year CD with one of the region’s highest rates. Make your money work harder, longer, with our 3-year certificate of deposit account. Stop into one of our branches to open an account. tate Senator Jason Lewis led the eff ort to secure $200,000 in funding for Triangle’s School to Career Program as part of the Fiscal Year 2023 state budget. 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ECB NOW Checking Account is requested. ganization headquartered in Malden that empowers people with disabilities and their families to enjoy rich, fulfi lling lives. Triangle was established in 1971 by business leaders and families who believe we are all people with ability. In FY21, Triangle provided job training, placement and support services to more than 300 individuals with intellectual disabilities, and it provided services to 1,022 students with disabilities through partnerships with more than 40 school districts. “Every person deserves to be treated with respect and dignity, and to have the opportunity to live up to their full potential,” said Senator Lewis. “I’m very pleased to have been able to assist Triangle with securing state funding that supports such an important and worthy program.” “As members and advocates of the disability community, Triangle, Inc is deeply appreciative of Sen. Lewis’ and the Legislature’s eff orts to secure this critical funding. We have seen fi rsthand the impact that the pandemic has had on students with disabilities and the transition from academic environments into the workforce. These funds will help us to support these students as they explore their career goals and obtain dignifi ed and fair employment opportunities,” said Triangle, Inc. CEO Coleman Nee.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 12, 2022 Page 3 TB12 Foundation graduates two classes of student athletes in Malden and Brockton with surprise virtual appearance by Tom Brady and Alex Guerrero F OXBORO, MA, June 7, 2022 – The TB12 Foundation, a nonprofi t organization dedicated to maximizing the health, well-being and athletic potential of underserved athletes, graduated two classes of student-athletes in its TB12 Training Program in partnership with the Brockton and Malden High Schools. Students in both cities were surprised with a special drop-in virtual chat featuring TB12 Cofounders Tom Brady and Alex Guerrero. Tom joined the TB12 Foundation’s virtual meet & greet with a group of juniors and seniors from both the Malden and Brockton High Schools and congratulated them on their completion of the TB12 Program. “On behalf of the TB12 Foundation, we are extremely proud of all your hard work and the commitment you’ve made to yourselves,” said Tom Brady. “You have put in the work every week with our amazing body coaches, and we hope you’ll continue to practice what you’ve learned, stay disciplined and accountable and continue to make the best decisions for your training as you move forward in life.” Malden and Brockton students are shown enjoying a Zoom meeting with former Pats’ quarterback Tom Brady. During the 2020-2021 school year, the TB12 Foundation partnered with Brockton Public Schools to establish a TB12 Training Program for 17 aspiring high school athletes. Recognizing the continuing need to support young and underserved athletic talent, the TB12 Foundation expanded its programming this academic year and partnered with both the Brockton and Malden High Schools to train a total of 24 students. In addition to the students receiving a full TB12 training experience, the Brockton and Malden High School coaches received an in-school training session from TB12 body coaches and a donation of TB12 equipment. At Brockton High School, Body Coach Nick Zinani visited three times a week during the winter and spring seasons for a strength and conditioning program with other students from various sports teams. “In 2020 we sought new ways to lift up the youth in our local MALDEN DEMOCRATS TO HOST BARBECUE AUGUST 25 AT ANTHONY’S M alden, MA, August 9, 2022 – The Malden Democratic City Committee cordially invites friends and neighbors from Malden and around the region to attend this year’s Malden Democrats Summer Barbecue at Anthony’s of Malden’s outdoor space on Thursday, August 25 from 5:30 to 8:30 pm. Everyone is welcome to attend, enjoy food and conversation with Malden Democrats, and meet elected offi cials and candidates in a relaxed and informal cookout atmosphere. Returning after a two-year pandemic hiatus, this event is popular with Maldonians of all ages. It gives attendees from Malden and beyond a unique opportunity to hear from elected offi cials and candidates who are Democrats, meet local Democratic organizers, learn more about the Democratic Party in Malden, and fi nd out what they can do to make a diff erence in local, statewide, and national campaigns for candidates or policies. All are welcome to attend, but only Democrats will be on the speaking program. Tickets are $35 per person. Food will include burgers, hot dogs, vegetarian options, and the usual accompaniments. A cash bar will be available. Kids 5 and under are admitted free. Tables of 10 tickets may be purchased for $315.Purchase tickets online at https://secure. actblue.com/donate/mdccbbq22or at the door. Advance purchase is encouraged to help with food planning.If you are a Democratic candidate or elected offi cial and you would like to speak or send someone to BARBECUE| SEE PAGE 15 communities by doing what we do best – engaging our expert body coaches to empower student athletes and help them reach their performance goals,” noted TB12 Foundation Executive Director Lisa Borges. “Our fi rst cohort of Brockton athletes was exceptional; their drive and motivation inspired us all and this year’s graduates are equally as impressive and dedicated to pursuing excellence both on and off the fi eld.” The student athletes represent a wide array of sports and have been selected by their athletic directors to participate because of their leadership and commitment to academics. Each student participated in nine professional training sessions at TB12 and received one-on-one mentoring from a TB12 Coach throughout the school year. Each session ends TB12 | SEE PAGE 10

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You will hear strange sounding words, sometimes very diffi - cult to pronounce or understand unless you are attuned to political jargon, words such as Autocrat, Bureaucrat, Populist, Hawk, Dove, Fascist, Nationalist and last yet not least, the word “Gerrymander.” A term that is associated with the intent and purpose of destroying the foundation of a democracy that we all embrace regardless of party affiliation. A word that future generations will refer to as political profanity. The origin of the term “gerrymander” can be traced back to 1812, when the governor of Massachusetts – named Eldridge Gerry – devised a plan to manipulate congressional districts geographically, in order to send more members of his party to the US House of Representatives, in an attempt to become the majority. The device has geopolitical complexities. However, rather than dwell on intricate machinations, the simplifi cation of the process is in order. Each State has congressional districts according to the population, each district has an elected representative, the more districts, the more reps. Legislative maps are drawn after each 10-year census. Expanding or shrinking the boundaries, by the party in power is the key factor. Governor Gerry distorted one district on the map that resembled a salamander, hence the term “Gerrymander.” Redrawn districts can be reconstructed by “splitting” or “packing” the constituents, usually aff ecting minorities, rendering their vote ineff ective, mute or “wasted.” This practice if left unabated will soon allow our beloved democracy to devolve into a Third World Autocracy, ripe for insurrection, led by a “Willie Stark” or “Elmer Gantry” type. Several lawsuits were presented to challenge the ploy, and one, in particular, reached the Supreme Court in the form of a suit tilted “Rucho vs Common Cause.” In one of the most controversial decisions made in the history of the Supreme Court, including “Dred Scott” and “Citizens United,” the court ruled 5 to 4 that federal judges cannot block “Gerrymandering.” This decision in eff ect allowed each state legislature the path toward the loss of credibility. The fl oodgates of partisan polarization were opened, and the tentacles of political discourse found democracy to be an easy prey. Complaint without remedy is counterproductive, and a solution may be possible by assigning an independent commission to draw legislative maps. Supreme Court Justices are only human and at times those long black robes they wear allegedly become porous from long use and have lost their “Solomon” perceived wisdom. In summation, when the time arrives, be sure to rise up off that couch and get out to vote. 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Page 6 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 12, 2022 Malden Today, Tomorrow and Yesterday – Birthday Wishes for Lola By Peter Levine T ime is sneaky. When you least expect it, you get bushwhacked and like bam! Lola Nicole Falzarano turns nine! The little girl with a smile that has lit up stages, the little girl with a zest for life that is downright contagious, and a personality of a superstar in the making. My sweet, adorable little tow-headed granddaughter is one step closer to growing up, one step closer to shedding the last vestiges of that little girl who, as a three- and fouryear-old, would dance like it’s 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 nobody’s business whenever I put needle to vinyl (she was particularly fond of Bob Marley at that point in her life). Lola has brought much joy into my life. The happiness she has given me? Forgetaboutit! I cannot conceive of life without a Lola Nicole Falzarano in it. I am looking forward to the next place this wonderful world takes us together, Lola. “Time may fl y over us (dear Lola) but it is defi - nitely leaving its shadow behind.”—Nathaniel Hawthorne (paraphrased). As some may have noticed, I no longer write for the Malden Observer. “Malden Musings” was unceremoniously put out to pasture in mid-June. The sad news came via email by a very nice person named Katie. She expressed her regret at having to be the bearer of bad news. She also mentioned how they were going through a transition at WickedLocal.com – making changes to the stories they are putting in the paper and on their website. As part of the change, they would no age was (less than) adequate at best. I wanted to continue in the tradition of Mr. Mini and Mr. O’Brien to inform as well as entertain those in Malden who love the city as much as I do. And as much as they did. I acquired my love for print Birthday girl Lola Nicole Falzarano, at age three, child modelling since she was two, marvels at randomly discovering herself while shopping at Walmart with her mom, Angela. longer be going forward with opinion content. The death knell of print media continues I thought to myself. Such is life. September 2022 would have marked 15 years of “Malden Musings.” The column began with gentlemen like Bill Mini, Don Squires and John O’Brien in mind. I was a fanboy of those three local print media icons when they were writing for the various papers way back when. I loved and respected their knowledge, wisdom and passion. I felt that local points of interest, for those who grew up in Malden or who have recently made Malden their home, weren’t being served. I thought that the local covermedia from my late father, Jerry Levine. He was an avid newspaper reader, from the respected (Boston Globe, NY Times), to gossipy tabloids (NY Post), to the center/right (Boston Herald). A self-taught man, he would also devour magazines, such as Newsweek, Life, Playboy (for the articles of course) and Time. He consumed it all and sorted the truth out all by himself – what most people did prior to the 24-hour news/opinion brainwashing cycle beginning. I got the bug fi rst by reading the sports page, eventually progressing to the op-ed pages. His education, as well as mine, was greatly enhanced by our love of print media. I have no formal training besides writing a “newsletter” back in the 8th grade at Beebe Jr. High School called “The 8-7 Times,” the “8” standing for the 8th grade and the “7” standing for those students who were not trying very hard in their scholastic pursuits. 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Great level fenced in back yard, 2 driveways, parking for 6+ cars. Deck off the back of the house needs to be replaced and bathrooms need updating. Heating system and hot water tank are updated, newer roof. This home needs work but would be well worth the effort with the right ideas. Offered at $550,000. 335 Central Street, Saugus, MA 01906 (781) 233-7300 View the interior of this home right on your smartphone. View all our listings at: CarpenitoRealEstate.com Date: Wednesday, August 31, 2022 6:00 - 8:00 PM Location: Malden Police Station Community Room 800 Eastern Ave, Malden MA Topics to be discussed at the meeting will include, but not be limited to: l. The type of Marijuana Establishment to be located at the proposed address. 2. Plans for maintaining a secure facility. 3. Plans to prevent diversion to minors. 4. Plans to positively impact the community. S. Plans to ensure the establishment will not constitute a nuisance to the community. There will be an opportunity for the public to ask questions. For further information about the meeting contact Councillor Winslow at swinslow@cityofmalden.org or 781-661-8032. For Inquiries about the proposal contact Attorney Chris Fallon at 781-322-3050. August, 12, 19, 2022

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 12, 2022 Page 7 MALDEN: TODAY | FROM PAGE 6 letter consisted of 8th grade gossip with some afterschool extracurricular shenanigans thrown in. I would write it up, xerox a bunch of copies, then hand them out to classmates. One day a copy landed on the desk of my 8th grade English teacher, Mrs. Bothwell, whereas she politely asked me to stick around after class, to “talk to me.” That dear lady told me how much she enjoyed reading my xeroxed offering. She also said that if I applied myself, I had some “real potential” in journalism. I was fl attered. I tucked that conversation into my memory bank, never forgot it and continued my scholastic downward spiral. I have good naturedly been called a hack by many of my friends (I think it has been good naturedly), but I hope that my passion for Malden and the love I have for the many friends that I have made over the years translates into these columns. I started “Malden Musings” in 2007. Marty Gately was the very fi rst person to compliment the column. His urging to write more of them was the impetus for me to continue. Thank you for that, Marty, I have really appreciated your feedback over the years. Then editor Nathan Lamb liked my column. I was very fl attered at the time. It meant a great deal to me. I said to myself, “If Marty and Nathan like it, I must be doing something right!” Insert smiley face. I’d also like to convey my heartfelt appreciation to all the wonderful people who I’ve interacted with at the Observer, from editors I knew as fl esh and blood human beings, like Nathan (Lamb), to Wendall (Waters), to Amanda (Mantone-Linehan), to Jane (Enos), to the many more who were just an E-message that popped into my Inbox from time to time. Thank you. Again, I want to publicly thank the many others who have told me over the years they enjoyed the column. I am truly humbled by your kind words. I sincerely appreciate it. There have been a few missteps along the way, but I’ve learned from each one. I hope my columns haven’t offended anybody. That was never my intention for “Malden Musings.” If I have, please accept my apologies. Once again, I realize that my columns continue to be “Edgeworthcentric,” that I may dwell on Ward 2 a bit much. They say home is where the heart is. So, bear with me, I’ll get to the rest of Malden...eventually. As Peter Falk’s iconic TV character “Columbo” would say, “Just one more thing, sir” – for those Boston Globe readers out there, my version of “50 Words” – 1962 Galleria Umberto: “1962. The walk from Carney Court in Charlestown to Parmenter St. in the North End is a short one. Moms taking the three of us to Galleria Umberto for square slices of pizza before square slices had a name. Before Ralph, Paul and their mom opened up on Hanover Street.” Living in Charlestown at the time as youngsters my mom would take her three boys into the North End to shop and eat. Our go-to place was Galleria Umberto – then located on Parmenter Street – for Sicilian slices before they were called Sicilian slices. Galleria moved to Hanover Street, I believe, in 1965. My mother, Dorothy Drago, was a second-generation Italian from the North End of Boston. My father Solomon, aka Jerry, a second-generation Jew from the West End of Boston. We originally lived on North Russell Street in the West End – bulldozed out and sent into exile by Rappaport and his gang around 1960 at the beginning of the West End diaspora. With all due respect, Carney Court in Charlestown (at the time) wasn’t very conducive to raising a family of three rambunctious boys. My father drove a truck for Agar Supply on Clinton Street in Boston (who remembers the big blue trucks with the pig on the side?). Karl Bressler opened the doors at Agar Supply in 1940. At the time, Agar barely had enough heavy trucks/vans to fulfi ll their obligations delivering meat and poultry to restaurants in Chinatown and suburban supermarkets. Mr. Bressler was old school – a smart businessman with a heart of gold. My parents were looking for a permanent (aka safe) place to raise their ever-expanding brood. Malden made an impression. It took a mitzvah from Mr. Bressler, but the Levines fi - nally found a home. In 1963 we landed in Malden, which is where the Levine family resides to this day. And we still treat each visit with Ralphie, Paul and Galleria Umberto as a religious pilgrimage. Bless you, mom, for introducing us to that wonderful place. Gerry D’Ambrosio Attorney-at-Law Is Your Estate in Order? Do you have an update Will, Health Care Proxy or Power of Attorney? 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Page 8 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 12, 2022 Middlesex Sheriff’s Office celebrates the fourth Youth Public Safety Academy graduation of 2022 Cadets from Middlesex County communities graduated on Aug. 5 C HELMSFORD, Mass. – Middlesex County Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian congratulated approximately 75 graduates of the fourth and final session of 2022 of the Youth Public Safety Academy (YPSA) during a ceremony at Chelmsford High School on Friday, August 5. The cadets were primarily from the communities of Acton, Chelmsford, Everett, Malden, Maynard, Newton and Waltham. YPSA was first established by the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office in 1999, and it focuses on sharing important public safety lessons on issues like internet safety, fire preparedness and prevention, water safety skills and more. The academy is open to youngsters ages eight to 12 from across Middlesex County, as well as older cadets who may participate through the YPSA’s Counselor-in-Training (CIT) Program. “After two years of remote programming, we are proud to welcome cadets, their families and our community partners back to YPSA,” said Sheriff Koutoujian. “Throughout its history, YPSA has provided valuable opportunities for the county’s youngest residents to get to know some of the corrections officers, police officers and firefighters who serve their communities on a daily basis. It also teaches cadets crucial lessons about teambuilding, friendship and public safety that they take back to their homes, schools and communities. That is why I truly believe this is one of the best, most comprehensive camps around and why we are so excited to be back this summer.” To learn more about YPSA and some of the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office other community-based programming, visit middlesexsheriff.org/community. Malden, let us wrap your home in energy savings all year round. Orange Line Transformation improvements continue • Wellington Yard and Maintenance Facility: This week crews installed new track and electrical utilities and tested signals for the new tracks in the south yard. Crews continued work to pre-assemble and stage track materials in preparation for upcoming work on the mainline tracks. In the coming weeks, crews will continue preparing for the upcoming work on the mainline tracks. This week in the Maintenance Facility, workers continued the installation and painting of the overhead steel walkway system that will provide access to the top of the trains for maintenance and steel mesh safety fencing. Work continued on the new flooring system in the electronics repair room. In the coming weeks, crews will continue replacing additional rail tracks within the facility and install the steel framing system for the overhead steel walkway. • Orange Line Traction Power Substation Upgrades: Work to upgrade the Orange Line Traction Power Substations with new power infrastructure and equipment is underway. This week at Oak Grove Station, crews continued to paint the interior of the substation and lay out locations for new equipment installations. Looking ahead, workers will continue installing new electrical equipment in the substation at Oak Grove. • Orange Line Signal Upgrades: The MBTA is in the process of replacing the Orange Line’s analog signal system with new digital infrastructure. This week crews continued testing signals at Malden Center Station and upgraded power at Community College Station. Next, workers will install power upgrades from Wellington to Community College Stations. Please note the schedule for these major infrastructure projects is dependent on weather and COVID-19 guidelines and subject to change without notice. For More Information To see the numerous projects that Orange Line Transformation (OLT) is carrying out to improve your experience riding the Orange Line, visit www.mbta.com/OLT. To stay informed of service changes, sign up at www.mbta.com/alerts. If you have any questions, please email OLT@MBTA.com. To report OLT construction issues and noise complaints, please call the project hotline: 617-222-3393. 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.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 12, 2022 Page 9 Sen. Lewis applauds passage of bills to advance animal welfare I n July, State Senator Jason Lewis joined his colleagues in the Massachusetts Senate to pass two bills that promote and advance animal welfare in the Commonwealth. Senator Lewis has long been a champion for preventing animal cruelty, including the successful passage of protections for farm animals against cruel confi nement systems. On July 11 the Senate passed S.2992, An Act protecting research animals – commonly known as the Beagle Bill – which encourages research facilities that use dogs and cats to off er these animals up for adoption after fi nishing research, rather than automatically euthanizing them. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, nationally more than 60,000 dogs, almost all beagles and nearly 20,000 cats are used each year to advance scientifi c research and to test cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and other household products. Currently, many research labs choose to automatically euthanize these animals once their experiments are over. This legislation facilitates a relationship between animal research laboratories and registered nonprofit animal rescue organizations and requires that when these animals are no longer needed, the research facilities make every eff ort to place animals up for public adoption. On July 11 the Senate also passed S.2994, An Act protecting the health and safety of puppies and kittens in cities and towns, which ensures the safety of puppies and kittens during breeding, sale and boarding. As separating puppies and kittens from their mother and litter prior to completion of their eight-week developmental socialization stage prevents them from learning important behaviors, such as bite inhibition and the development of proper social relations with other members of their species, this bill prohibits the sale of puppies and kittens under eight weeks of age. To promote the Hearts, Hugs & Hope: An Alzheimer’s Support Group at Forestdale Park Senior Living August 25, 2022, 5:00 pm, at Forestdale Park Assisted Living and Memory Care Community, 341 Forest Street, Malden. Our support group is now meeting in person at Forestdale Park! Dealing with Alzheimer's disease and related dementia isn't easy, so it is helpful to share your concerns and personal experiences with others who completely understand what you're going through. You will also learn about proven strategies to help you better care for your family member. RSVP to 781-333-8903 or reception@ forestdalepark.com. Forestdale Park Senior Living is a project of the nonprofi t Volunteers of America Massachusetts, which has supported local seniors with specialized services for over 75 years. continued well-being of puppies and kittens in group settings, this legislation tasks the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources with creating Massachusetts’s fi rst state-wide oversight regulations and licensure requirements for breeders, doggie daycare, and boarding facilities. The bill also ends the sale of animals on roadsides, parking lots, fl ea markets or in other public spaces. “As an animal welfare advocate and pet owner, I was very pleased to support the passage in the Senate of these two important bills,” said Senator Lewis. “They will build on progress already made to ensure the humane treatment, health, and safety of animals in Massachusetts.” An Act protecting research animals has passed both branches of the legislature and been signed into law by Governor Charlie Baker. The House referred An Act protecting the health and safety of puppies and kittens in cities and towns to its Committee on Ways and Means for further consideration. 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. 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 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 TB12 | FROM PAGE 3 with a student favorite – Tom Brady’s favorite protein or berry smoothie. At last night’s final session, students in both locations competed in an obstacle course created by the body coaches, who also participated. Both groups finished the night with a catered dinner and watched a video highlighting their accomplishments and shared the impact TB12 has had on their lives over the past 10 months before the surprise virtual visit from Tom and Alex. One of this year’s graduating students said, “I changed for the better as both an athlete and as a person to understand the work and care I must do to perform at my best all the time. It has helped me understand health and wellness from a different perspective by being a part of TB12.” TB12 has not only improved the students’ athletic abilities but has created adept leaders who will use what they have learned to educate their families and peers. The TB12 Foundation expects to expand this program in other cities as additional TB12 Centers open across the country. About the TB12 Foundation Founded in 2015 by seven-time Super Bowl Champion Tom Brady, the TB12 Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to maximizing the health, well-being and athletic potential of underserved athletes by providing free access to health and wellness resources that support preparation, performance and recovery – empowering people who are at risk due to economic or health-related obstacles to reach their performance and life goals. Through the Foundation’s services, they aim to educate and help athletes improve longevity, prevent injury and stay on the field, court, track or course doing what they love, better and for longer. The TB12 Foundation accepts scholarship applications from student athletes, tactical athletes and individuals who have experienced a tragic event who are seeking financial support for high-quality post-injury recovery. To date, the Foundation has donated more than $1.8M to athletes and organizations in need of support. For more information about the TB12 Foundation, please visit www.tb12foundation.com. THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 12, 2022 BILL | FROM PAGE 1 the Clock” when he signed into law a sports wagering bill that will allow both in-person and online betting— less than 24 hours before a Thursday deadline for new legislation to be offered and adopted for the year. The Governor’s bill signing finalizes what has been a three-yearlong push to legalize sports betting in Massachusetts and bring the state into line with many of its neighbors. Sports betting is already legal in more than 30 states, including four states that border Massachusetts: Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Connecticut and New York. Under the bill signed into law by the Governor on Wednesday, anyone at least 21 years old will be able to place a wager in Massachusetts, with a 15% tax on in-person wagers and a 20% tax on mobile bets. Governor Baker took a historical tack when describing the story around signing the new bill. “Our administration first filed legislation to legalize sports wagering in the Commonwealth several years ago, and I am glad to be able to sign this bill into law today,” Governor Our 50th Anniversary Dan 1972 R.Y.O. TOBACCO ---------TUBES CIGAR SMOKERS DELIGHT! 15 Handmade Cigars - Long Leaf - individually wrapped plus a $19. Surprise $43.95 Chris 2022 We Sell Cigars & Accessories Buy Cigars by the Box & SAVE! 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While there will be excitement in the Greater Boston area and beyond for the introduction of legal sports betting, state officials advised that “this isn’t something that is going to happen overnight,” or even in time for the fall NFL and college football seasons – two of the most heavily wagered seasons of the year, according to experts. According to reports, it may take until 2023 before people can place bets within the state on Boston and other sports teams. The Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) must now solidify regulations for the newly legal state industry and process licensing applications. Mass. Gaming Commissioner Brad Hill said regulators want to “take our time” with implementing the new law. “I want the public to understand, as we as commissioners are starting to understand, that this isn’t something that’s going to happen overnight,” Commissioner Hill said Wednesday night in a statement released by the Commission. In an online report, Hill said, “I just want the public to be clear, at least from my view – I’m not speaking for the whole commission – but from my point of view, this is going to take a little longer than people probably anticipate. And I’m OK with that.” One of the most anticipated related moves would be the introduction of a “sports book” site at Encore Boston Harbor in Everett, which already has a space in place at the casino inside its new sports bar, named WynnBET, which features 60plus television screens for all the big games. Mass. House Speaker Ronald Mariano said in an online report that it would be “disappointing” if implementation takes too long. “You’ve got two hotels that are ready to open the doors as quickly as you can,” he said. “I know Encore has built a room, and I know MGM is depending on this to increase their bottom line. So, I hope we can get it up and running … at least in time for fall football.” The new sports wagering law Baker approved sets a 15% tax rate on in-person sports betting and 20% for mobile or digital wagering. It also allows for some collegiate sports betting, though residents cannot bet on Massachusetts colleges and universities “unless they are involved in a collegiate tournament,” according to the bill. March Madness, for example, is fair game for betting on Massachusetts schools. The bill outlines three licensing categories: in-person wagering at casinos with some digital and mobile application options, in-person wagering at live or simulcast horse racing facilities, and fully mobile or digital wagering. Lawmakers incorporated what they said were myriad consumer protections into their bill, like not allowing people to use credit cards to place bets. Licensed mobile applications and digital platforms must also “prominently display” information for a problem gambling hotline, which will be overseen by the state Department of Public Health. It is estimated that Massachusetts could reap from $6065 million annually in new tax revenue. Like us on Facebook advocate newspaper Facebook.com/Advocate.news.ma

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 12, 2022 Page 11 Malden students achieve Malden Catholic Honor Roll – 3rd & 4th quarter M alden students attending Malden Catholic have completed the coursework required for the third and fourth quarter of the 2021–2022 school year. The school has three categories for outstanding academic performance honors: Headmaster’s List (90 to 100 in all classes), First Honors (85 to 89 in all classes) and Second Honors (80 to 84 in all classes). Malden Catholic Honors – Quarter Three Headmaster’s List Ayoola Adeleke Sandra Aranha Sophia Barchard Kelis Bragg Kylie Bragg Hanshen Chen Chrisnie Clerge Amaurys Cruz Laura Daltoe Grace Damico Jaidan Downey Mishel Duque Vanshika Ghai Owen Goodreau Jianyi Guo Anne Harrington George Harris Gianna Holland Emelle Jacob Parneet Kaur Louise Marchetti Erynne Mcnulty Jordyn Meehan Fru Nche Conner Seeley Yixiao Shan Daniel Shea Kayla Sullivan Brianna Tong Marissa Willard Brandon Wong Jimmy Zhao First Honors Daniel Barros Kaelen Beardsley Jessica Berlus Jayden Castano Leo Chen Elena Chronopoulos Bridget Gately Hannah Gately Stacie Gomes-Akmal Mikayla Holland Aaron Hulse Mihir Jani Evan Keleti Michael MacCuish Joseph Molinar Jenna Pilleri Zoe Rogers Sophia Salinas Fedj Surpris Emerson Tully Joseph Urias Daniel Wu Second Honors Valerie Aranha Shannon Bellofatto Annasstegiah Berard Xienna Bonilla Sophia Borges Powers Joshua Castano Sabrina Fallon Ruth Fedna James Foehner William Fosdick Alexis Handy Neil Harrington Bryan Joseph Maya Joseph Warren Joseph Sneld Laine Jeff rey Lin Yuantai Luo Kayla McAuliff e Anne Meza Jackson Norales Gizelle Rodriguez Santiago Rojas Talia Schuman Domenic Smigliani Gianna Spadafora Chi Vu Brandon Wan David Xu Xhenisa Zajmi Malden Catholic Honors – Quarter Four Headmaster’s List Laura Daltoe Grace Damico Jaidan Downey Mishel Duque 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! Ruth Fedna Vanshika Ghai Owen Goodreau Jianyi Guo Anne Harrington Gianna Holland Emelle Jacob Maya Joseph Yuantai Luo Louise Marchetti Erynne Mcnulty Jordyn Meehan Anne Meza Santiago Rojas Sophia Salinas Daniel Shea Kayla Sullivan First Honors Daniel Barros Kaelen Beardsley Jessica Berlus Xienna Bonilla Hanshen Chen Amaurys Cruz Sabrina Fallon Caua Ferreira James Foehner Julia Gamitto George Harris Parneet Kaur Kayla McAuliff e Jenna Pilleri Conner Seeley Yixiao Shan Brianna Tong Emerson Tully Marissa Willard Brandon Wong Xhenisa Zajmi Second Honors Sophia Barchard Shannon Bellofatto Sophia Borges Powers Jayden Castano Joshua Castano Mikayla Holland Aaron Hulse Kevin Humphrey Mihir Jani Bryan Joseph Joseph Molinar Fru Nche Anthony Noble Zoe Rogers Marcus Rojas Talia Schuman Sachelle Sterlin Fedj Surpris Ayuska Tamang Preston Tully About Malden Catholic Since 1932, Malden Catholic High School (MC) has shaped emerging leaders in our community, claiming a Nobel Laureate, a Senator, two ambassadors and countless community and business heads among its alumni. Annually, graduates attend some of the nation’s most renown universities, including Harvard, Georgetown, Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth, Tufts, Georgia Tech, Boston College and Amherst College. FoundationALS Hope W fo Registration at 9:00 a.m. al to student success is Malden Catholic’s codivisional model, which off ers the best of both worlds: single-gender academics during the day and integrated social and extracurricular opportunities after school. MC is known in the community for its rigorous academics, SFX Scholars Program and award-winning STEM program (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) with electives such as Robotics and Engineering Design. MC curriculum is designed to improve individual growth mindset, leadership principles and success outcomes along with integrating the Xaverian values of trust, humility, compassion, simplicity and zeal (https://www. maldencatholic.org/). Angel Fund for The RESEARCH AN INDEPENDENT NON-PROFIT CHARITY Benefiting ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) research at UMass Chan Medical School 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 Summer is Here!

Page 12 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 12, 2022 Malden Overcoming Addiction celebrates nine years as a nonprofit organization By Tara Vocino M alden Overcoming Addiction (MOA) hosted a Malden Overcomes Family Fun Day at Lincoln Commons on Saturday. The nonprofit organization is celebrating nine years saving lives in Malden and the surrounding communities. Attendees at Saturday’s Family Fun Day Mayor Gary Christenson said overdoses are significantly down this year. Children participated in a balloon toss. FALL SPORTS Parent Information Night Malden resident Mia Nguyen, 5, got a flower tattooed onto her arm by Jenny Abarca. AUGUST 16, 2022 5PM - 7PM MACDONALD STADIUM 32 PEARL STREET, MALDEN Middle & High School Athletics Meet Coaches Learn How to Register Tryout Dates/Times/Locations Dana Brown thanked the community for their support. Malden officials, pictured from left to right: Police Chief Glenn Cronin, Mayor Gary Christenson, former Ward 7 Councillor Neal Anderson, MOA Vice President Dana Brown, MOA President/ City of Malden Addiction Recovery Resource Specialist Paul Hammersley, Ward 7 Councillor Christopher Simonelli, Ward 3 School Committee Member/Vice Chair Jennifer Spadafora and Ward 5 School Committee Member Adam Weldai. Former Ward 7 Councillor Neal Anderson said he’s happy to play a small role in recovery efforts. Shown from left to right: MOA volunteers Muriel and Chuck Brandano alongside recovery coach Susan Jeselonis gave out recovery support pamphlets and COVID-19 test kits. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino)

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 12, 2022 Page 13 Everett and Malden Elected and Community Leaders Endorse Quentin Palfrey (Editor’s Note – This press release was sent by the Committee to Elect Quentin Palfrey Attorney General) E VERETT - Former Assistant AG and candidate for Attorney General Quentin Palfrey has been endorsed by Everett City Councilors Stephanie Martins and Vivian Nguyen. In Malden, Palfrey's endorsers include School Committee Members Keith Bernard and Dawn Macklin, and former City Councilor Debbie Demaria. They have added their names to a list of more than 300 state, local and community leaders who have endorsed Palfrey’s grassroots campaign. “Quentin is someone who shows up, who listens, and who acts on behalf of our community,” said Councilor Martins. “I trust that he has the skills and experience to advocate for the issues that matter as our Attorney General. Quentin will truly be the People’s Lawyer, and that’s why he has my enthusiastic endorsement in this race.” “Quentin understands the issues that matter most to people in Everett,” said Councilor Nguyen. “On healthcare, gun violence, climate, education, civil rights, criminal legal reform and more, Quentin will be ready on day one to take action. I look forward to having a strong partner for our community with Quentin Palfrey in the Attorney General’s office.” “This campaign has been about standing up for our values, and taking on the big challenges as the People’s Lawyer,” said Palfrey. “I’m so honored to have the support of this impressive group of local leaders, and I look forward to the chance to partner with them as Attorney General to deliver on the most pressing issues affecting the people of Everett, Malden and across the Commonwealth.” “As a local elected official, I endorse Quentin for Attorney General because he is a policymaker and a true public servant,” said Dawn Macklin. “He understands the very real issues we are facing today, and I am very impressed Like us on Facebook advocate newspaper Facebook.com/ Advocate.news.ma with his progressive ideas for the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office. I trust that he has the skills and experience to be ready on day one to take action.” “Quentin is dedicated to protecting the rights of the people, holding people accountable and ensuring equity and accessibility for everyone,” said Malden Democratic City Committee Chair Ari Taylor. “He is a bold leader who will be ready on day one to tackle the issues that matter.He is a champion for education, healthcare, voting rights, and more. I am proud to support him as our next AG!” These leaders join the Massachusetts Democratic Party, the Massachusetts Sierra Club, 350 Mass Action, Massachusetts’ leading progressive advocacy organizations, and over 300 grassroots endorsers from communities in every county in Massachusetts in their support of Palfrey’s campaign for Attorney General. Palfrey is a former Assistant Attorney General and was the first chief of the office’s healthcare division. He also served in senior roles in both the Obama and Biden Administrations, and is the founder of the Voter Protection Corps, an organization that works to combat voter suppression. Everett and Malden Leaders Endorsing Quentin Palfrey Everett City Councilor Stephanie Martins Everett City Councilor Vivian Nguyen Malden School Committee Member Keith Bernard Malden School Committee Member Dawn Macklin Former Malden City Councilor Debbie Demaria Malden Democratic Committee Chair Ari Taylor Democratic State Committee Member Kathleen Manning Hall Democratic State Committee Member Alexander Pratt Democratic State Committee Member Amanda Smith Democratic State Committee Member Matthew Walsh Progressive Activist Zayda Ortiz

Page 14 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 12, 2022 avvya yavvy eniiooravvy S iorn or vvy io iori by Jim Miller How to Choose a 55-Plus Active Adult Community Dear Savvy Senior, What tips can you recommend for choosing a good active adult housing community? My husband and I, who recently retired, are planning to relocate to an area closer to our grandkids and are interested in buying a house in an age-restricted 55-plus housing community. Active Retirees Dear Active, If you’re contemplating moving into an age-restricted community, fi nding one that’s right for you takes some legwork. While active adult communities generally off er the opportunity for a lower-maintenance lifestyle around similar aged people, they vary enormously. Here’s what you should know. Today’s active adult communities come in all shapes, sizes and price ranges, ranging from small city-based apartment complexes, to single-family homes, to sprawling resort-style locations situated on a gated golf course. Most are owned by their occupants, but a growing number are rentals. Typically, at least one occupant of each property must be at least 55. It’s also important to understand that 55-plus active adult communities are not the same as retirement or independent living communities, which are primarily designed for older seniors in their 70s and 80s. Active adult communities do not typically include meals or have a central dining area, but many of them do off er a range of recreational amenities and activities. To help you locate and research active adult communities in the areas you’re interested in, the best resource is 55places.com. This is a comprehensive website that provides ratings, reviews and information on activities and amenities for thousands of communities across the country. Once you fi nd a few you like, here are some questions to ask yourself that can help you choose: What’s our budget? To help you choose the right active adult community you’ll fi rst need to determine what you can aff ord. Consider the home’s purchase price, whether you’ll need a mortgage, how much the property taxes and insurance are, and how much the homeowners’ association or community fees are. These fees, which typically run a few hundred dollars per month, go toward lawn care and possibly snow removal, as well as community areas like a clubhouse or pool. However, some communities may require additional memberships or fees for golf, tennis, classes, or other activities. You also need to consider the area’s cost of living for other things like food, utilities, transportation, health care and taxes. Numbeo. com and BestPlaces.net off er tools to compare the cost from your current location to where you would like to move. And Kiplinger’s has a tax guide for retirees at Kiplinger.com/links/retireetaxmap that lets you fi nd and compare taxes state-by-state. How active is the community? Some communities provide fi tness facilities, swimming pools, tennis courts and more, along with dozens of organized activities, classes and social events. Other communities are much simpler and more laid back with very limited amenities and structured activities. You’ll want to choose a community that has the types of people, facilities, activities and vibe that appeals to you. Will we like the surrounding area? Will the area around your prospective community serve your needs now and in the future? Ideally, this means having easy access to good doctors and hospitals, and a local airport if you plan to travel much. You’ll also want to research how far you’ll be from essential services like grocery stores, banks and pharmacies, as well as dining, shopping, and recreational attractions. Schedule a Visit Once you’ve narrowed your choices, call to make an appointment and visit them. Be sure to allow plenty of time at each community and, if possible, go back to your favorites more than once. Also be sure to ask questions while you are visiting, particularly about the community rules. Some developments will let you stay overnight in a model home for a few nights to get a feel of what it would be like to live there. While you are there, try the amenities and activities, and speak with as many residents as you can. 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. Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum in “The Lost City” CLIMATE | FROM PAGE 1 lowing an initial grant award of technical assistance from the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC). The Climate Action Plan will drive the City’s response to climate change and improve sustainability by identifying important steps the City should take to address the climate concerns. “This Climate Action Plan will be essential for securing the City’s climate future, reducing our own carbon footprint and preventing the worst impacts of extreme weather on our residents,” said Mayor Christenson. “Climate change poses signifi - cant challenges for Malden and require our full commitment as a City. I am proud that the Climate Action Plan will start off with a strong and inclusive community engagement campaign, so that we hear from residents across the City and across language barriers about how they are impacted and what we can do to help. Thank you MAPC for giving us the tools and support to do this work.” “As an environmental justice community, this grant for a climate action plan is a huge win for Malden,” said Councillor-at-Large and Chair of the EnJ oin us for a “Movie Night in the Park at Rivers Edge” on Wednesday, August 17 at 8:00 p.m.. The movie will be on The Park at Rivers Edge Great Lawn adjacent to 200 River’s Edge Drive in Medford. The Great Lawn section of the park will be transformed into an outdoor movie theatre where residents and visitors of all ages are welcome to gather and enjoy a free movie night featuring Disney’s Enchanted. Enchanted is an American live-action/animated musical fantasy romantic comedy fi lm starring Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, James Marsden, Timothy Spall, Idina Menzel, and Susan Sarandon. A classic Disney fairytale collides with modern-day life when an animated princess is exiled into the real world by an evil queen. MPAA Rating PG. The event is free and open to the public. Sponsored by Preotle, Lane & Associates and the Malden Public Library. Attendees should bring their own blankets and chairs for use. There will be free snacks and water provided. Wellington Station is just 0.4 miles from Rivers Edge. Free parking is available at the Rivers Edge Garage. Flyer Movie Night at the Public Library oin us for a fun Summer Movie Night on Wednesday, August 24 from 6-8 p.m. We’re showing the Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum 2022 adventure rom-com about a romance novelist and her book cover model who go to “The Lost City.” Rated PG-13 – 112 minutes. Registration is encouraged. Call us at 781-324-0218 to reserve your spot. munities across the region that are accelerating eff orts to fi ght climate change at the local level,” said MAPC Interim Director of Clean Energy Julie Curti. “This project will provide clear, actionable strategies that drive down emissions and build local resilience. We look forward to continuing our work with the City and the Malden community.” The Climate Action Plan will storm intensity and shifting our homes and vehicles to run on electricity are enormous challenges each individual Maldonian and family faces to adapt to and moderate climate change,” said Ward 6 Councillor Steve Winslow. “I am delighted that the Mayor and the City’s Clean Energy and Sustainability Committee have secured funding to allow Malden to develop a Climate Action Plan to serve as the road map so we can work together on the bold actions to build a more sustainable future.” “MAPC is very excited to support Malden’s efforts to conduct an inclusive community engagement process and develop an equity-centered Climate Action Roadmap, joining the growing number of combegin this fall, with the first phase – heavily focused on community engagement – concluding in the summer of 2023. The City will establish an Advisory Committee for the plan, which will be made up of Malden residents from environmental justice communities and guide the City’s eff orts to engage with community members about climate issues. Residents are encouraged to ask questions, provide feedback and share concerns during the planning process, which will help guide the City’s response to climate concerns. More information about the Climate Action Plan, including how to apply to be part of the Advisory Committee and when community meetings will be held, will be posted on the City’s website and social media pages. J ergy Effi ciency and Sustainability Commission Carey McDonald. “It will build on the good work of the past few years and address the serious impacts of climate change we are already seeing through worsening storms, runoff and fl ooding, and air quality concerns. We have to do our part to protect our community by reducing our greenhouse gas emissions creating a climate-resilient city.” “Rising sea levels, increased Outdoor Family Movie Night in the Park at River’s Edge

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 12, 2022 Page 15 BARBECUE | FROM PAGE 3 speak on your behalf, or if you need more information about the event, please contact MDCC chair Ari Taylor at maldendemocrats@gmail.com or 339-2241437. Anthony’s of Malden, 105 Canal Street in Malden, offers free parking, is wheelchair accessible, and is just a short walk from the MBTA Orange Line Malden Center station. The safety of all attendees is important and caution is advised. While the event is outdoors, everyone is encouraged to wear a mask when not eating or drinking. (Anyone who is ill or experiencing COVID symptoms is asked to stay home.) Ticket proceeds and donations will help to elect Democrats at every level and support policies and causes in line with the Party platform. Donors can also request that a portion of their contribution be used toward a scholarship being created to honor the late Dee Campbell-Tompkins, a very active member of the community and the MDCC. The Malden Democratic City Committee (MDCC) is the local arm of the Massachusetts Democratic Party. To learn more about activities of Malden Democrats, visit www.maldendemocrats.org, sign up to receive email updates, and follow the group on Facebook at http://www. facebook.com/groups/MaldenDems and Twitter (@MaldenDems). To learn more about the Massachusetts Democratic Party, visit www. massdems.org. - LEGAL NOTICE - COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Middlesex Division Docket No. Ml22P3668EA Estate of: RICHARD F. LAWS Date of Death: April 21, 2022 INFORMAL PROBATE PUBLICATION NOTICE To all persons interested in the above captioned estate, by Petition of Petitioner Kenneth E. MacKay of Malden, MA, a Will has been admitted to informal probate. Kenneth E. MacKay 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. August 12, 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 16 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 12, 2022 OBITUARIES Anne T. Sheridan Of Malden, passed 1. August 12 is World Elephant Day; in Asia what island nation has the highest density of elephants? 2. Gomez is the father of what TV family? 3. Reportedly, in what city did the Moscow Mule drink originate: Moscow, NYC or London? 4. On Aug. 13, 1959, what football organization had its founding and fi rst offi cial meeting? 5. What country has museums for baked beans, lawnmowers and pencils? 6. What person besides a clown uses balloons as a tool at work? 7. On Aug. 14, 1621, members of what colonial group departed to rescue Squanto? 8. Vienna’s Hotel Sacher is the namesake of what? 9. What horn most resembles an oboe? 10. On Aug. 15, 1860, what First Lady was born who became the fi rst to cast a ballot (in 1920) for her husband? 11. What fi ctional sea monster’s name combines the Japanese words for whale and gorilla? 12. Which song on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s list of 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll is older: “Downhearted Blues,” “The Twist” or “Wabash Cannonball”? 13. August 16 is National Roller Coaster Day; Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif., in 1959 opened a ride named after what European mountain? 14. What jazz musician’s last name is also a religious person’s title? 15. In 1962 what country named Pelé a national treasure to keep him from emigrating to Italy? 16. On Aug. 17, 2008, what Olympic swimmer became the fi rst to win eight gold medals? 17. What animal shape are the fudge pieces in Vermonty Python ice cream? 18. Who released an album called “The Hissing of Summer Lawns”? 19. Dolf is a combination of what game and sport? 20. On Aug. 18, 1920, the U.S. Constitution’s 19th Amendment was ratifi ed, which guarantees what? ANSWERS away peacefully at her home on August 8, 2022. She was 69 years old. Anne was a longtime employee for both Boston Gas and National Grid. She loved going traveling on vacations, taking trips to the Casino, and spending time with her family and friends. Anne was the daughter of the late William and Mary (McSweeney) Sheridan. She was the loving sister of William Sheridan, Maryalyce Marsinelli and her husband John, Phillip Sheridan and his wife Cheryl and Joseph Sheridan. She is also survived by loving nieces and nephews. Visiting hours were held at the A. J. Spadafora Funeral Home, Malden on Thursday, with a prayer service during the visitation. Interment of ashes will be in Puritan Lawn Memorial Park in Peabody at a later date. Constance "Connie" (Miraglia) Robinson Of Malden. Passed away on August 4, 2022.She was 70 years old.Born in Everett, Connie was a lifelong resident of Malden.She worked for the Malden Public Schools for many years in the cafeteria.Connie loved cooking, singing and spending time with her family.She also enjoyed vacationing in NH on Lake Winnipesaukee and lying in the sun. Connie was married to Paul F. Robinson, her beloved husband of 53 years. She was the loving mother of Michele Holloran and her husband Donald of West Peabody, PJ Robinson and his fi - ancé Mary Boyce of Wilmington and Brian Robinson and his fiancé Gina Consolo of Melrose.Connie was the dear sister of Carol Coscia and her husband Wayne of Wakefi eld and the late Joseph Miraglia and the cherished grandmother of Emily and Alex Holloran, Alannah Robinson and Brian Jr. and Lola Robinson.She is also survived by many nieces and nephews. Visitation was held from the A. J. Spadafora Funeral Home, 865 Main Street, Malden on Wednesday, August 10th.A service was also held during the visitation.Interment was private. In lieu of fl owers, donations in Connie’s memory may be made to the American Kidney Foundation at www. kidneyfund.org. Cornelius "Connie" McEleney O f M e d f o r d passed away peacefully in the company of his family on August 1st after a short illness at the age of 90. Connie was born in Lagahurry, Isle of Dough, Clonmany, County Donegal, Ireland on January 18th, 1932 to John and Elizabeth (McGeoghegan) McEleney. Connie arrived in America in 1957 after working in Glasgow, Scotland, where, when visiting later, he was proud to point out the churches he helped build and the streets he helped lay. After arriving in Boston via Montreal, he met the love of his life at an Irish dance at the Hibernian Hall in Roxbury in 1958. Connie and Mary (Gallagher) were married in October 1960. Connie worked as a meatcutter at various supermarkets then as a bus transmission repairman at the MBTA for over 20 years before he retired. In his spare time, he fully restored and lovingly maintained a Victorian house where he and Mary lived for over thirty years, until his death. Connie loved Irish music and was widely known for his traditional Irish singing that he honed in the fi elds and at house parties on the Isle. Many of his recordings are included in Ireland’s historical Traditional Irish Music Archive (www.itma.ie/features/playlists/cornelius-mceleney-playlist) . Connie was a member of the County Donegal Association of Greater Boston, the Leitrim Society of Boston and the Northeast Gaelic Athletic Association, where he was a proud supporter of the Donegal Football team and Boston Shamrocks Ladies Gaelic Football Club. Connie lived his life to the fullest, traveling all over the country and the world with trips to Australia, China, United Kingdom and on Canada’s Rocky Mountaineer. He went home to his beloved Ireland frequently to visit with his loving relatives in Donegal. For him, the highlight of these trips was always the late night singing session in a family home like the old days. Loving husband of Mary (Gallagher) McEleney with whom he shared 61 years of marriage; Loving father to Teresa McEleney of Medford, Cornelius McEleney and his wife Maureen McAuley of Atkinson NH, John McEleney and his wife Christine of Reading, Mary Ward and her husband Jay, of Marlboro, Cathy McEleney and her husband Charles Waters of Milford, and Kevin McEleney of Medford. Cherished grandfather of Aisling McEleney, Sinead McEleney, Patrick McEleney, Shannon Ward and Erin Ward. Brother to Daniel McEleney of Scotland and Mary Margaret Connelly of Scotland. Good friend to his King Avenue neighbors and to many,many others. He was predeceased by nine of his brothers and sisters. Visiting hours were held at the Breslin Funeral Home, Malden on Monday.A Funeral Mass was celebrated at St. Joseph Church, Medford on Tuesday.Interment in Oak Grove Cemetery in Medford. In lieu of fl owers, a memorial donation in Connie’s name may be made to the Irish Pastoral Centre, 540 Gallivan Boulevard, Unit Rear, Dorchester, MA 02124 or www.ipcboston.org . Frank J. Ruggiero, Jr. Of Malden died on Sunday, August 7th at the Hunt Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Danvers, following a long illness, he was 77 years old. Frank was born on August 1, 1945, in Everett to Frank J. Sr. & Mary “Jennie” (Lanzo) Ruggiero. He was one of three children. Frank was raised & educated in Everett. He was an alumnus of Everett High School, Class of 1963. He married the love of his life, Patricia (DeYeso) on May 25th, 1968. The couple remained in Everett where they began their life together and to raise their only child, Todd. They later moved to Haverhill, then settling in Malden over 14 years ago.Frank was a hardworking man, who began his career at G.E. for several years, before working as an estimator for over 30 years at Fabrizo’s Custom Cabinetry. Frank also coached his son’s Pop Warner Football Teams in the 1970s and Everett Youth Hockey teams as well.His love for his family was obvious, they are what mattered most to him. He fought valiantly over the past few years with his wife by his side. He is the beloved husband of 54 years to Patricia A. “Pat” (DeYeso) Ruggiero of Malden. Loving & proud father of Todd Ruggiero of Charlestown. Cherished brother of Stanley Ruggiero of Everett & his former wife Terry Ruggiero of Danvers & Angela Ruggiero of Quincy. Devoted son of the late Frank J. Sr. & Mary “Jennie” (Lanzo) Ruggiero. Dear brother-in-law of Joyce Tardito & her late husband Louis of Easton & Jean R. Sasso & her husband Gerald T. “Jerry” of Peabody.He is also lovingly survived by several nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, and his canine pal “Buddy”. Family & Friends attended Visiting Hours on Thursday in the Vertuccio & Smith, Home for Funerals, Revere followed by a Funeral Mass celebrated in St. Anthony of Padua Church, Revere.Interment in Cedar Grove Cemetery, Peabody. In lieu of fl owers, remembrances may be made to New England ADA – American Diabetes Association P.O. Box 7023 Merrifi eld, VA 2216-7023. Jessica Ann Decker Of Malden, on August 5th. Devoted wife of J. Lawrence Bezviner. Beloved mother of Kaitlyn Scopa and her fi - ance James Garvin and Noah J. Bezviner. Daughter of the late Elaine (Quinn) and Franklin Andrew Decker III. Sister of Rebecca Bennett and her husband Rob and Lauren Decker and her fiance Anthony Damore. Cherished grandmother of Saphira and Jackson. Also lovingly survived by her nephew Dom Bennett and her best friend Beth Keene. OBITUARIES | SEE PAGE 18 1. Sri Lanka 2. “The Addams Family” 3. NYC (the Bronx) 4. The American Football League 5. The United Kingdom 6. A weather forecaster uses info from weather balloons. 7. The Pilgrims in Plymouth, Mass. 8. Sacher torte 9. English horn 10. Florence Kling Harding 11. Godzilla 12. “Wabash Cannonball” 13. The Matterhorn 14. Thelonious Monk 15. Brazil 16. Michael Phelps 17. Cows 18. Joni Mitchell 19. Darts and golf 20. Women the right to vote

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Page 18 OBITUARIES | FROM PAGE 16 Family and friends attended Visiting Hours in the Carroll Funeral Home, 721 Salem Street, Malden on Thursday. Committal Services were private. The family suggests that in lieu of fl owers, memorial contributions in SMALL ENGINE MECHANIC WANTED We are looking for skilled mechanics to assemble, maintain and repair machinery & equipment such as lawn mowers, trimmers, chain saws, blowers, etc. You will be responsible for ensuring functionality and reliability of machines, engines and mechanical systems. Must have manual dexterity and great attention to detail. Must be able to work with various machine and tools as well as follow all safety precautions and lifting over 50 lbs. may be required. Candidates will be expected to have the tools needed to complete the work for the position they have applied for. Call Keith’s Tree Service at 781-224-9995 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, August 12, 2022 Jessica's name be made to American Sign Language at ASL Academy, 400 Reservoir Ave., Suite 2J, Providence, RI 02907. For more information about ASL, please visit aslacademy.org Joseph D. Perrone Of Malden, passed away on Sunday, August 7th, at the age of 98. Joe was born in Cambridge in 1924, the son of Geatano and Victoria Perrone. He was raised and educated in Malden, and after completing his education he began working at the Lawley Shipyard in Quincy as a welder. When WWII broke out, he enlisted in the US Army, serving as a Combat Engineer in the European Theater. He served with distinction earning both a Purple Heart and a Bronze Star. Upon his honorable discharge at the end of WWII, he returned to the Malden and soon married his sweetheart, Alba Pinciaro. The two lived a short time in Revere and Everett before settling down in Malden to raise their family. They shared nearly 60 years of marriage until Alba’s passing in 2004. When he fi rst returned from the war, Joe worked at Hawkridge Steel in Malden. He then trained as a Barber underneath his father, and began 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 working with him at Perrone’s Barber Shop in Linden Square. In the 70s, he took employment with the City of Malden and worked as a Custodian in the Forest Dale School until his retirement after 20 years. He was a member of the Sacred Hearts Church in Malden, and was also a past member of the Elks Lodge of Wakefi eld. He is survived by his children, Guy Perrone of NM, Joseph Perrone Jr. of Lynn, and Loretta Rogodzinski of Malden, his grandchildren, Jay, Andrew, Laura, and Amanda, and his great grandchildren, Adeline and Vincent. Joe was preceded in death by his wife Alba Perrone. Funeral services were held at the Weir-MacCuish Golden Rule Funeral Home, Malden on Thursday. Interment to follow in Holy Cross Cemetery. 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 DUPERVIL, OSCAR DANG, AN T BUYER2 LOUIS, ELIENNE DANG, HIEN B SELLER1 TRAUGER RET TRAN, THUY SELLER2 TRAUGER, ALEX TRAN, NAM Q ADDRESS 78 BRENTWOOD ST 22 JUDSON ST Discount Tree Service 781-269-0914 CITY MALDEN MALDEN DATE 07.21.22 07.22.22 PRICE 550000 830000 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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