Maldden alld a Vol. 30, No. 40 den AADD -FREEBy Steve Freker T he city of Malden is being asked to make a $36 million commitment to help finance a new, state-of-the-art, school building facility for the Northeast Metropolitan Vocational Technical High School in Wakefield.Plans for the new facility have been in the works for a number of years and construction of what would be a new, three-story school building Celebrating 30 Years as Malden's Local Newspaper! CTE CAT AT www.advocatenews.net Published Every Friday INSIDE INFORMATION: Northeast Vocational seeks $36M commitment from Malden for new high school Northeast District seeks fi nancing from all district communities for $317M new school project 617-387-2200 Northeast Metropolitan Technical High School offi cials propose to erect a new, four-story school building on a hillside opposite the existing vocational school. (Courtesy Photo) could start as soon as funding from the 12 member communities, including Malden, is approved and in place. If just one of the 12 member communities do not agree with the fi nance/funding proposal, the matter would go to the ballot box and voters from all 12 communities would have to either support or reject the new school and fi nancing plan by a majority margin. The project is estimated at Portal To Hope celebrates 25 years T he award-winning Massachusetts nonprofi t organization, Portal To Hope (PTH) is celebrating 25 years in providing services to people whose lives have been impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking crimes. Driven by the voices of survivors, PTH is community-based in Everett, Lynn, Malden, Medford and Winthrop. Serving these and neighboring communities, PTH has been grateful to have the support of grassroots activists and community leaders over the years. PORTAL TO HOPE| SEE PAGE 13 this time to cost $317.5 million to complete. Northeast Superintendent David DiBarri recently announced that the project has been awarded a $138 million grant from the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) to go toward construction. That would leave approximately a $179 million tab for construction that would have to be paid by the 12 sending HIGH SCHOOL| SEE PAGE 12 By Steve Freker I t’s a common theme at the end of each school day and perhaps the most important message students and staff hear: “We are all doing a good job with our masks and we have to keep it up to stay safe.” That message comes from Malden High School (MHS) fifth-year E Friday, October 8, 2021 Malden High ‘masks up’: Students, staff follow district protocols, play it safe in the new school year Peyton Carron, Justin Bell, Jonald Joseph and a bevy of MHS juniors are masking up during the school day according to Malden Public Schools district protocols. (Advocate Photo) Principal Chris Mastrangelo, who has weathered nearly half of his tenure guiding the 20th largest high school in Eastern Mass. in the midst of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Like most school districts which are back to school in 2021-22 with a fully in-perMASK UP| SEE PAGE 9 MHS Boys Soccer kicks off season Pictured from left to right are PTH Volunteers Nita Yung, Bishop Robert Brown and Pedro Queiroga. This year’s MHS Boys Soccer Captains are, from left to right, junior Christian Osorno Vasquez, senior Aman Chhetri and senior Andre De Oliveira. See page 15 for photo highlights. (Photo by Henry Huang)

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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 8, 2021 Page 3 Mystic Valley Regional Charter School A History of Partnering with the City of Malden Maplewood School and Fire Station u In 2003, the City of Malden had a large budget shortfall entering Fiscal Year 2004 and was faced with potentially laying off approximately 40 employees. The Mayor of Malden called Mystic Valley Regional Charter School’s Board of Trustees and asked if the school would be willing to purchase the Maplewood School, expressing the need to fill a shortfall of over $2 million. u Mystic Valley negotiated with the city and agreed to pay $2.4 million, which was significantly more than the appraised value and the value of recent comparable properties sold by the city. In exchange for paying more than the appraised value and allowing the Malden Fire Department to remain in the building under a two year lease at no cost, which required the city to maintain the interior space used by the fire station, Mystic Valley received a long term agreement to use field space at South Broadway Park for an hour and a half each day. The city also agreed to permit girls softball at other fields. u The Malden City Council voted 11-0 to approve the acquisition, in large part to save employee jobs. To put the acquisition of the buildings into perspective, the citizens of Malden should understand: u In the previous three years, the City of Malden sold both the former Belmont and Glenwood Schools to developers, which were no longer functioning as schools when the city’s five new K-8 schools opened (much like the case with the former Maplewood School). Those schools were sold for less than $500,000 each. u In the previous five years, the city had also sold two fire stations, the Mountain Ave. Station and the Ashland Street Station. Both were sold for less than $300,000 each. u Combined, all four comparable buildings were sold for less than $1.6 million dollars, compared to the $2.4 million the city received from MVRCS for one school building and one fire station. u The city renewed the fire station lease in 2005 and 2008, but chose not to renew in the spring of 2011. In the six years prior to 2011, the lease cost never exceeded $3 per square foot. In fact, Mystic Valley offered to sell the fire station back to the city for $800,000, its approximate purchase price in 2003. The city never responded. u Mystic Valley renovated the fire station after 2011 to its historic look, based on a picture from 1903. In 2015, the Malden Historical Commission gave MVRCS a Preservation Award for the renovation. Present-day view of 4 Laurel Street, formerly fire station. Photograph of fire station circa 1903. Present-day view of 30 Laurel Street, formerly Maplewood School. We look forward to a time when we can continue to collaborate with the City of Malden in a mutually-beneficial manner

Page 4 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 8, 2021 Sen. Lewis joins bipartisan vote to allow nonbinary gender option on driver’s licenses, birth certificates S 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 tate Senator Jason Lewis has been a longstanding advocate for ensuring that state records affirm a person’s gender identity. On September 23 he joined Massachusetts Senate colleagues to unanimously pass An Act relative to gender identity on Massachusetts identification, legislation which would allow a nonbinary option other than male or female on birth certificates and driver’s licenses. “Vital records are the primary documents that serve as guideposts to our lives: they announce a child’s birth, affirm our most sacred relationships and help get our affairs in order after we die,” said Lewis. “Thanks to the powerful and persuasive advocacy of transgender Massachusetts residents and their allies, the Senate has once again acted to ensure that important state documents can reflect and affirm the gender identity of every resident.” An Act relative to gender idenJason Lewis State Senator tity on Massachusetts identification would provide for a nonbinary option other than male or female on birth certificates and driver’s licenses. The bill also directs the state to begin the process of allowing a nonbinary option for all state forms and instances where a gender choice is required. Under the bill, the gender on birth records could be changed by an adult, an emancipated minor or the parent or guardian of a minor. The gender designations on a birth record could include “female”, “male” or “X” – which indicates that the person is another gender or an undesignated gender. No documentation beyond a self-attestation is required to make a change. The legislation also enables those who change the gender on their birth certificate to change the name on their birth certificate if they have already gone through the legal name change process. The bill provides three years to change the name on the birth certificate after the gender has been changed, or until the age of 21 for those who changed their gender designation before the age of 18. On September 27 the House of Representatives referred An Act relative to gender identity on Massachusetts identification to its committee on Ways and Means. ~ Letter-to-the-Editor ~ Malden Needs a Climate Action Plan www.eight10barandgrille.com We Have Reopened for Dine-In and Outside Seating every day beginning at 4 PM Dear Editor, The climate crisis is an urgent isWE'RE OPEN! 8 Norwood Street, Everett (617) 387-9810 STAY SAFE! sue to address in our city because it affects every part of our community. This September we got a taste of what’s in store for Malden when Tropical Storm Ida swept through. Flooding and drainage problems closed roads and businesses. Most of the south half of Malden, from Edgeworth to the Revere line, is located close to sea level. The state climate projection maps show that a medium-force hurricane, or a few decades of rising ocean levels, could put huge swaths of the city under water. We need more green space to reduce the “heat island” effect from asphalt and pavement that drives up temperatures and affects air quality. And it’s often the least wealthy parts of our community that are the most at risk. The time for action is now! As a candidate for City Council At Large, I will focus on climate action and am proud to be endorsed by the Massachusetts Sierra Club. We need a climate action plan for Malden. While we’ve put some pieces in place, such as the 2017 Open Space and Recreation Plan and the more recent Municipal Vulnerability Plan study of natural disaster risks, we have not yet tied these together under a unified set of goals and strategies for our city. A climate action plan is our first, best line of defense against heat islands, air quality issues and worsening storms. Better strategy and coordination will also position us to apply for more grants at the state and federal level. Our neighbors Medford and Melrose have had city-wide sustainability plans for years, and it’s time for us to catch up and do our part. A climate action plan would CLIMATE | SEE PAGE 9 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

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 8, 2021 Page 5 ~ Guest Commentary ~ Civic engagement and voting for incarcerated individuals By Middlesex Sheriff Peter Koutoujian E nsuring that any incarcerated individual who is eligible to vote has the ability to do so has been – and remains – a top priority for myself and the Middlesex Sheriff ’s Offi ce (MSO). I grew up watching my father – Waltham’s City Clerk – run elections in our hometown and assist colleagues in several other communities. As a fi rst generation American and son of Armenian refugees, his passion for civic engagement and voting made an indelible mark on me. That is why access to voting is foundational to my belief in public service and why I am proud of the multiple ways we have increased access to voting at the MSO. Through internal eff orts and external partnerships, the Middlesex Sheriff ’s Offi ce has placed a strong emphasis on the importance of civic engagement – providing those in our custody with ongoing opportunities to learn about the importance of voting and how to exercise their right to do so. During both the 2016 and 2018 election cycles the MSO actively engaged with the League of Women Voters (LWV) to conduct voter education drives, register new voters, and assist those interested in receiving absentee ballots. While the COVID-19 pandemic prevented LWV volunteers from visiting prior to the 2020 election, MSO staff worked directly with eligible incarcerated individuals to facilitate their ability to vote. In addition, the MSO has fully incorporated voter registration into our reentry programming. Our staff works diligently to ensure that returning citizens understand their voting rights and the value of civic engagement to a full and successful reentry into society. Since November 2019, we have helped 192 individuals register to vote as part of the reentry process. Many of those who registered did not know they would be eligible to vote upon their release and several were registering for the fi rst time in their lives. I look forward to continuing to work with members of the Legislature, the Secretary of the Commonwealth, local elections offi cials, and community partners to ensure all eligible individuals have the opportunity to cast ballots who wish to do so.                 I’VE GOT SOME GREAT NEWS! Today, I received word from the Malden Police Patrolmen that I have received their endorsement for my candidacy for Ward 7 City Councillor. I was speechless. Not something that is usually associated with Chris Simonelli. I couldn’t be more pleased. I’ve spoken at length to constituents about the importance of Public Safety. It’s a core part of my campaign. Great neighborhoods start with safe neighborhoods. To get there requires a sincere partnership between the neighborhood, the police, and elected officials. This endorsement tells me the police know that as an elected official, I’ll respect the difficult job they perform daily, I’ll commit to open and honest communication, and I’ll work with them to solve problems. The Malden Police have typically not waded into local politics with endorsements. I recognize as they do that this year is different. We need to set a tone, TOGETHER. We need to show the neighborhood that working together always beats slogans and finger pointing. I know from my conversation with them that they are as committed as ever to this, and they know from me I have their back. ~ Elect ~           

Page 6 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 8, 2021 Malden Today, Tomorrow and Yesterday – 18th Annual Ryder Cup By Peter F. Levine T he 18th Annual U.S.A. vs. Euro Ryder Cup is in the books. It was a Team U.S.A. victory, 20½– 8½, over Team Euro up at Four Oaks in Dracut with Malden’s very own Tony Martino (the resident golf pro) the special twoday host! Team U.S.A. Malden guys included Jimmy Varsarkis, John Furlong, Mike Vona Sr. and Jr., Paul “PJ” Johnson, Stephen Lee, Steve Kouroyen and Captain Scott “Rutta” Rutledge. Team Euro Malden guys were Jason Munroe, Chet McCaskill, Marcus Stote and Anthony “The Barber” Howard, who are the founding fathers of this great tournament, by the way! Word trickled down to Malden that Jason (Munroe) spanked Furgie on Sunday. That is unconfi rmed as of this writing, though. This tradition is going on 20 years strong and includes some of the best guys Malden has to off er. I was told that Scott did a great job as usual keeping the event alive, so much so that Furgie has offi cially nominated Scotty for the Mt. Rushmore of Ryder Cup Captains. Well done, gentlemen. Photo bomb above by fake referee, Jason Munroe. I’ve always loved reading. At Beebe Jr. High it was sharing copies of Mad and Cracked Magazine with friends like Greg Participants of the 18th Annual Ryder Cup (Courtesy Photo) Lucey and John Crannell until they were dog-eared. In high school we graduated to Sports Illustrated (the swimsuit issue was always a highlight), Sport magazine (my July 1971 with Yaz on the cover asking readers the question “would you pay this man $100,000?” has been read until it cannot be read again) and Sporting News magazine (my July 1971 issue with Willie Mays on the cover is still in decent condition). After high school came Boston dailies like The Globe and the Herald. Boston was fortunate to have two papers both printing morning and evening editions. As I got older, it was on to alternative weeklies like the Boston Phoenix and The Real Paper. New York dailies were not as readily available as they are now, so on occasion I would travel to Harvard Square’s Out of Town News and pick up the New York Times or the New York Daily News or a copy of the Village Voice. Those were great days for print media. Closer to home we had the Malden Evening News and a few others. Some have stuck around like the Malden Advocate and various incarnations of the Observer; some have disappeared into our collective ozone like the Malden Sun-Times. I’ve always enjoyed the local perspectives of freelance contributors. Guys like (M.E.N. Editor) David Brickman, Bill Mini, Dan Connell, Barbara Tolstrup and John O’Brien – to name just a few. Which brings me to one of my favorites of all time, Donald Squires. Donald is but a distant memory to most Maldonians – passing away in 2015 at the ripe old age of 91. But he is remembered here. I never had the pleasure of actually knowing him personally, but I would see him around Malden Square either holding court at Schopell’s/Converse Restaurant or tooling around town for Lester and Peggy at Malden Trans. I looked forward to his writings each week. It was usually 750 words “about nothing” (to quote Jerry Seinfeld) but commentary we all enjoyed reading, nonetheless. The articles were not titled but were simply called “Curbside.” He often wrote of his interactions and conversations with old comrades who would MALDEN: TODAY | SEE PAGE 18 Monogram D4 Double siding Cedar impression half rounds Harvey Vinyl 63 Replacement Windows Custom Aluminum Trim work Windows & Doors Top quality Vinyl Siding! •Vinyl Siding •Carpentry Work •Decks •Roofing •Free Estimates •Replacement Windows •Fully Licensed •Fully Insured

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 8, 2021 Page 7 Hundreds Show Up to Support Donahue At a campaign fundraiser held at Anthony’s of Malden, over 200 supporters showed up to support Jeff’s bid for Ward 4 City Councillor. Recently endorsed by both the Malden Police Patrolmen’s Association and the Malden Firefighters local 902 along with dozens of other local unions, Jeff’s campaign has been gaining momentum that appears to be hard to stop. Thank You! to all my family, friends and supporters for making my campaign fundraiser a great success! JEFF DONAHUE COUNCILLOR WARD 4 (Paid Pol. Adv.) ~ ELECT ~

Page 8 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 8, 2021 Thousands raised in annual Bread of Life walk By Tara Vocino M ore than 200 walkers raised approximately $20,000 during the annual Bread of Life walk on Sunday, which was in memory of homeless advocate/volunteer Beatrice Flammia, 87, at Pine Banks Park. Bread of Life Executive Director Gabriella Snyder Stelmack (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino) Members of Malden Overcoming Addiction: David and Tina Oliviera, Doug MacConnell, Devin Dobbins-McCarthy, Oliver Campbell, David DeCourcey, Keriann Caccavaro, Joseph Morris, Sam DeCourcey, Gail Poirier, Ryan Whitcomb, Olivia, Larry Bogarty, Linda Cochran, Taylor Gray, Holly Garcia, Aaron Smith, Thomas Bielecki and Nicholas Arthur. Former volunteer Beatrice Flammia’s family, pictured from left to right: daughters Beatrice Flammia-Burton and Annemarie Rosa, son Robert Flammia and daughters Michelle Moriarty and Angela Flammia-Ody. Employees of Encore Boston Harbor’s Rare Steakhouse at the Bread of Life walk Mayor Gary Christenson joined in on the walk. (Courtesy photo, Holly Garcia) Employees of Encore Boston Harbor’s Red 8 Chinese restaurant walked for the event. Maldonians competing in the Boston Marathon Name Jenea Blackman Nora Gozzo Rowena Hakkaoui Johan Keller Nancy Malabarba Age 32 28 47 37 33 Name Tara McDonough Meghan Osterlind Joseph Wayshak Rusty Wutkiewicz Age 49 44 48 51

MASK UP | FROM PAGE 1 son learning model, Malden Public Schools has adopted a mask mandate for all staff and most students (except the very youngest) in its preK-12 school system. A protective mask must be covering the nose and mouth for the entire school day, except when eating, drinking or during a prescribed “mask break.” Mastrangelo, who began his fourth full year at the helm, after taking over on an interim basis in the midst of the 2016-17 school year, said it has been gratifying to see how well students and staff have embraced the “mask up” policy and adhered to district protocols since Day One. “Let’s face it. No one of any age wants to wear a mask,” Mastrangelo said, “and these kids and our educators and support staff have been wearing masks for nearly two years now, due to the pandemic.” “But I have to say we are very pleased with how our students are handling the mask situation,” Mastrangelo said. “I have been able to tell them nearly every day, ‘Good job…keep it up… help keep yourself, your classmates and your families safe by keeping your masks up.” Mastrangelo added that it is sometimes a chore for him, his administrative team and the MHS educators to keep on reminding students to keep the masks “up” or positioned properly, but again, praised them for the manner in which they conduct themselves in conjunction with the district’s protocols. “We ask them once; they adjust their masks and follow our request. If they come to school without a mask, our staff greets them at the entrance doors with a fresh one. We have [masks] available all day for our students and staff in case the straps break or they get soiled. The MHS approach has been successful out of the gate, since just a handful of COVID-19 “positive” cases have been reported at Malden High for the nearly 1,800 students there since school opened on Sept. 1 and not many more districtwide, either. “What we are doing is working,” Mastrangelo said. “We will stay vigilant and our students are cooperating.” The MHS principal also said it is too early to tell whether the Malden Public Schools would be able to be in the realm of reconsidering its mask mandate using the edict of the Mass. Department of Secondary and Elementary Education (DESE) of possibly removing the mask mandate if a school’s population of students and staff rises above the 80% vaccinated rate. THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 8, 2021 CLIMATE | FROM PAGE 4 coordinate city action in three areas: natural green space, energy efficiency, and climate-focused infrastructure. First, we need to preserve our precious parks and green space, take care of our beautiful old trees and plant new ones, and look for opportunities for new natural parks and habitats like the Malden Hospital site. Second, energy efficiency projects could include more electric car charging stations, improved city-wide home energy programs, aggregate renewable energy purchasing, energy usage goals for city facilities, and energy efficient building codes. Third, climate-focused infrastructure would invest in access to public transit, and in resilience projects to protect our community from climate disasters. The proposed Malden River Works Park at the Department Public Works yard should be a high priority, and is a great example of what we can do. Finally, all three areas need to be tied together with dedicated community and staff leadership, across the current work of the Conservation Commission and the revamped Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Commission. 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Page 10 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 8, 2021 Chinese Culture Connection opens new language school at Beebe School T he Chinese Culture Connection recently celebrated the opening of a new language school at the Beebe School. Mayor Gary Christenson, Ward 3 Councillor Amanda Linehan, Ward 3 School Committee Member Jennifer Spadafora, Superintendent of Schools Ligia Noriega-Murphy, Beebe School Principal Dr. Kari-Ann Murphy and Chinese Culture Connection Executive Director Mei Hung were all in attendance. Residents were able to sign up for classes and participate in a community art project. Georgia Linehan, 8, took part in a community art project during the opening of the Chinese Culture Connection’s language school on September 25. (Photos Courtesy of Amanda Linehan) Mayor Gary Christenson (center) was on hand to celebrate the opening of the Chinese Culture Connection’s language school on September 25. 100 years of cigar experience Buy Cigars by the Box & Save! Our store is still open to serve you! * SPECIAL EDITION * 6 Year Old Tobacco * 100% Long Leaf Individually Wrapped * Bundle of 20 * ONLY $89.95 R.Y.O. TOBACCO ----------TUBES ~ SMOKER’S DELIGHT ~ 15 Churchill Size Cigars including a Cohiba, 4 Year Old Tobacco Individually Wrapped ONLY $43.95 A.B.C. CIGAR 170 REVERE ST., REVERE (781) 289-4959 GREAT SELECTION! GREAT PRICES! STORE HOURS: Mon. - Wed.: 8 AM - 7 PM / Thurs., Fri. - Sat.: 8 AM - 8 PM Sunday & Holidays: 8 AM-6 PM * Travel Humidors * Desk Top Humidors * Many Types of Lighters * Ash Trays * Juuls * Vapes * Glass Pipes * Rewards Program * CBD Infused Products Sen. Lewis helps lead Senate action to fight child hunger, school meal shaming O n September 23, 2021, State Senator Jason Lewis joined a vote in the Massachusetts Senate in support of An Act to promote student nutrition, which seeks to ensure that more children in Massachusetts have access to free and nutritious school meals. “We all understand that a hungry student is not ready to be a successful student, and so we need to do all that we can to ensure that kids have consistent access to healthy school meals without the burdens of meal debt or social stigma,” said Lewis. “As the Commonwealth continues to strive for an excellent and equitable educational experience for every child, regardless of their ZIP code or family income, this is another important step along the road to closing opportunity and achievement gaps in our public schools.” An Act to promote student nutrition requires schools and districts where most students are low-income to enroll in federal programs – known as the Community Eligibility Provision and Provision 2 – that enable them to provide free breakfast and lunch to all students. In addition to providing universal meals, these programs reduce administrative burdens for schools. The legislation minimizes families’ meal debt by requiring school districts to maximize federal reimbursement revenues and directing the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to assist them in doing so. When students do accrue meal debt, it requires school districts to determine whether they are eligible for free- or reduced-price meals. An Act to promote student nutrition also prohibits schools from targeting students who carry meal-related debt with punitive practices, such as withholding report cards and transcripts, preventing students from graduating or walking at graduation, barring students from participating in no-fee extracurricular events like field trips, or throwing a child’s hot meal away and replacing it with an inferior meal. HUNGER | SEE PAGE 12

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 8, 2021 Page 11 Forestdale Park resident receives special Lifetime Achievement Award O n September 21, Marion Desmond received a special Lifetime Achievement Award from Forestdale Park Senior Living, the Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support Community that she calls home. Staff , family members and special town guests participated in the award ceremony that highlighted Marion’s life story, personal achievements and her positive impact within the community. Mayor Gary Christenson was in attendance to present Marion with the distinct honor. Desmond has been happily living at Forestdale Park for two and a half years with her kitten, Pink, who is named after Pink Floyd. She is originally from Norwich, Conn. and has lived in Massachusetts since 1960. She was happily married to Kenneth V. Desmond, who was the fi rst African-American on the Malden School Committee. They had two children and Desmond is also a proud grandmother to seven grandkids. Desmond is an accomplished scholar, having attended College Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Boston University, Roger Williams University and Cambridge College. She is a Registered Nurse with a masMarion Desmond is shown getting ready to cut the celebratory cake. Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Marion Desmond (second from left)poses with (from right to left) Ward 5 Councillor Barbara Murphy, Desmond’s son Appeals Court Judge Ken Desmond, Jr., Mayor Gary Christenson and City Council President/Ward 7 Councillor Neal Anderson. ter’s in Health Education and has worked at Mass General and in Public Health for the City of Boston. Desmond is the founder of the Northeast Black Women’s Caucus and was the fi rst African American School Nurse for the city of Malden. She is very active in her church and its choir. She is the Vice President and founding member of the Northshore Black Women’s Association and was recently given an Achievement Award by the Zonta Club of Malden. About Forestdale Park Forestdale Park is a Volunteers of America Massachusetts senior community located in Malden off ering service-enriched assisted living options as well as a secure Compass Memory Support Neighborhood® designed for those experiencing memory loss. For more information about Forestdale Park, call 781333-8903 or visit the community’s website, www.ForestdalePark.com. MPR ENGINEERING CO. AFFORDABLE & COST EFFECTIVE Civil Engineering * Certified Plot Plans Surveying * Boundaries * Flood Zones Call for FREE Estimate: (781) 629-2891 ~ LICENSED & INSURED~ To Do: Take a Vacation Replace Windows Pay Tuition SABATINO INSURANCE AGENCY Call for a Quote 617-387-7466 Or email Rocco@sabatino-ins.com We cover: * Auto * Home * Boat * Renter * Condo * Life Done: Members Plus Home Equity Line 3.25% APR* No Closing Costs 12-Year Draw Use Your Home for The CASH You Need – Today! Apply FAST at memberspluscu.org http://www.sabatino-ins.com SABATINO 564 Broadway Everett, MA 02149 617-387-7466 MEDFORD NORWOOD DORCHESTER EVERETT PLYMOUTH *APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Rate subject to change without notice. Variable rate based on Prime Rate as published by the Wall Street Journal. As of August 15, 2021, the Prime Rate is 3.25%. 12-year draw, 8-year repayment. Best rate requires a new HELOC application, loan-to-value (LTV) of 80% or less and strong creditworthiness. Properties held in trust may require additional fees. Early termination fee of $400 applies for lines of credit closed within first 36 months. Requires property insurance. NMLS #472281 Hours of Operation are: Mondays - Fridays 9am to 5pm Saturdays by appointment only * Multi-Policy Discounts * Commercial 10% Discounts * Registry Service Also Available

Page 12 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 8, 2021 HIGH SCHOOL | FROM PAGE 1 schools, including Malden, Chelsea, Melrose, North Reading, Reading, Revere, Saugus, Stoneham, Wakefield, Winchester, Winthrop, and Woburn. The Malden City Council would ultimately have to vote on the financing and it would require a two-thirds majority vote. The $36 million assessment to the city of Malden, which sends the most students to Northeast Vocational of the 12 communities (over 200), would be amortized at $1.2 million per year over 30 years. It would be the highest assessment of the 12 communities. Officials from Northeast Vocational are scheduled to appear at a Malden City Council Committee of the Whole meeting next Tuesday, October 12 at 7:00 p.m. to formally request the financing and present an overview of the project. Supt. DiBarri is expected to appear at Tuesday's meeting and Councilors will be able to ask questions about the project. Mayor Gary Christenson sent a formal letter to the Council members outlining the financing request from Northeast Vocational. A copy of that letter appears on page _. Plans call for a four-story new Northeast Metro Tech facility The Malden Hospital site has remained dormant and undeveloped for over 20 years.(Courtesy Photo) that will provide enough space for 1,600 students – a 26% increase to what the current vocational school in Wakefield offers for student capacity (1,270 students). There is at this time a waiting list of approximately 400 students from the 12 communities. The new schools would allow the Northeast to clear that waiting list. Highlights of the new school include a design to maximize 21st century learning environments, a full-size gymnasium, new cafeteria, 750-seat auditorium, state-of-the-art shop space, an upper-level courtyard, roof decks, a double-height library rotunda and improved individualized education program accommodations. More on the project's plans and amenities will appear in next week's Advocate. ***** Malden Hospital development plans are firing up lately. Ward 3 Councilor Linehan says Long-awaited plans to develop the long-dormant 9.8-acre Malden Hospital site are progressing rapidly, according to Malden Ward 3 City Councillor Amanda Linehan. Councillor Linehan said last week, during a candidates' foParents and caregivers who wish to register their children for COVID-19 pool testing may use the code scan posters outside their school buildings. Above, the poster located outside the Malden High School building. (Advocate Photo) rum hosted by Urban Media Arts that news on proposed development of the site could come as early as this week."There are no plans to put housing or a school at the site," she said. One thing's for sure, the development of the Malden Hospital site is a key issue in the Ward 3 Council race between the incumbent Linehan and her challenger, Glen Curtis, a Ward 3 resident and first-time candidate. In last week's debate, Curtis declared the Malden Hospital development issue the #1 reason he was running for office as Ward 3 Councillor. "This is what I am all about and the reason I am running," Curtis said, referring to the development of the Malden Hospital site. "I live one street away from (Malden Hospital) and I look at it when I wake up in the morning and go to work and again when I come home at night." Linehan said she has been monitoring and working consistently in the Malden Hospital development issue even before she was elected as Councillor. "This is a top priority for me and for my constituents," Councillor Linehan said. "This is a central issue in Ward 3." The Malden Hospital main building has been dormant and closed up for over 20 years, since the hospital closed 90% of its main operations in 1999.Many projects have been proposed, but a lack of consensus between the owners, prospective developers and Malden city leaders has been unattainable, **** Malden Public Schools will hold free pool testing in all schools beginning next week Parents and caregivers of Malden Public Schools students who wish their children to participate in COVID-19 pool testing may register at their respective school buildings. Parents may register at their respective schools using a code scan method outside of their school buildings. Anyone seeking additional information is asked to contact their respective schools through the school principal's office. When it comes to home, come to us. WHETHER YOU’RE READY TO REFINANCE OR APPLY FOR YOUR FIRST MORTGAGE, WE’RE HERE TO GUIDE YOU THE WHOLE WAY. 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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 8, 2021 Page 13 City of Malden kicks off Patchell Park Master Plan he Friends of Oak Grove and Ward 3 Councillor Amanda Linehan invite community members to the first public meeting of the Patchell Park Master Plan project, on Thursday, Oct. 14 at 6 p.m. This virtual meeting will be held on Zoom to gather feedback and ideas from members of the Malden community about the future of Patchell Park, which is in the Oak Grove neighborhood off of Glen Rock Ave. This Master Plan will engage the community in developing a vision for the park’s future, including the playground, open space and recreation and programming ideas. The goal of this meeting is to gather input before planning work begins. Tell us your ideas! This project is funded by the Community Preservation T Act, with additional contributions from Ward 3 Councillor Amanda Linehan and Councillors-at-Large Debbie DeMaria and Craig Spadafora. For more information and the Zoom link, visit http://CityofMalden.org. Florence & Chafetz Memory Care Apartments PORTAL TO HOPE | FROM PAGE 1 Founded in Malden in 1996 by Deborah Fallon, PTH has thrived under her leadership and dedicated team members who serve an average of 900 people each year. Having strong roots in the Malden community as the daughter of former Mayor of Malden Thomas Fallon and Janice Fallon, Fallon partnered with Rev. Frank Silva at the Immaculate Conception Parish to begin off ering Support Groups to survivors. By year-end 1996, Fallon partnered with Rev. Paul Garrity of St. Mary’s Parish in Lynn for the same purpose; and PTH gained the help of 75 new volunteers. By 1998, PTH partnered with former Everett Mayor David Ragucci and Everett Police Chief James Rogers to create the fi rst law enforcement program of its kind in the Commonwealth whereby a civilian team worked onsite at a police department to provide direct care services to crime victims. This eff ort, known as EVAPorate Violence, has received national acclaim under the leadership of Everett Police Chief Steven Mazzie, including having been featured on the national talk show, The Montel Williams Show, and awarded by the AVON Hello Tomorrow Fund. Last month, Fallon received the Purple Ribbon – Survivor of the Year Award from Theresa's Fund. As a survivor of violent crime, Fallon has dedicated her life to helping others struggling through domestic violence. “The experience back in 1995 was definitely life-changing,” said Fallon. “Walking through the criminal justice system and meeting other survivors in the courts, I felt much gratitude – not just to have survived the attack but to have the support of my family, friends and others. Most of the people whom we help at PTH do not have builtin support systems. So, it is an absolute privilege to be doing the work that we do as Victim Advocates, because what it comes down to is being that support person for someone and reminding them of their own strengths.” One of 11 children, Fallon’s family members have long volunteered at PTH. Her sister, Malden City Solicitor Kathryn Fallon, has provided pro-bono legal services to victims of domestic violence for years. Fallon’s brother, Michael Fallon, founder of the PORTAL TO HOPE| SEE PAGE 19 Are your home supports getting unreliable? We have NEW memory care apartments. Don’t get on a waiting list. We can help youNOW!* i li Campuses in Chelsea, Peabody and Longmeadow www.chelseajewish.org • 617.887.0826 *BOOKYOUR ONE-ON-ONE APPOINTMENT TODAY. Call Jen Fazekas 617.887.0926 Or email jfazekas@chelseajewish.org

Page 14 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 8, 2021 Hundreds of residents come out for Public Safety Day Zaeem, 7, and Arshaam Nasir, 1, are shown with Sparky, a fire prevention dog. Pictured from left to right: Fire Lt. Nicholas Hooper with Jocelyn, Kirin, 3 (wearing a junior firefighters’ helmet), and Sophetra Ken. Special Operations Unit Officer Rich Doherty shows Mila Mulcahy, 5, how a police shield is used for crowd control. Shown from left to right: Ward 8 Councillor Jadeane Sica, Councillor-at-Large Craig Spadafora, Councillor-at-Large Stephen Winslow, Superintendent of Schools Ligia Noriega-Murphy, Fire Chief William Sullivan, Mayor Gary Christenson, Police Capt. Glenn Cronin and Ward 4 Councillor candidate Jeff Donahue. Children wait in line to pet Ignitable Liquid Detection dog Starsky, who belongs to handler State Police Trooper Ken Belben. Shown from left to right: Fire Lt. Sean Cadigan, “future firefighter” Michael Motley, 3, and Fire Chief William Sullivan are pictured on the fire engine during Sunday’s Public Safety Day at Linden STEAM Academy. Peter Caso hands out mini Christmas trees. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino) Disc Jockey David Glinner spins the Top 40. Clare Venezia, 5, uses a fire hose with guidance from Fire Capt. Steve O’Leary.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 8, 2021 Page 15 MHS Boys Soccer kicks off season T he Malden High School Varsity Boys Soccer Team has kicked off its first full season since 2019. The Golden Tornadoes are led by 18th year Head Coach Jeremiah Smith, who is also a longtime MHS English educator. The team is off to a 2-2-2 start behind senior captains Christian Osorno Vasquez, Aman Chhetri and Andre DeOliveira. The Golden Tornadoes squad was headed into a Greater Boston League showdown on the road against Medford last night. (Photos by Henry Huang) The Malden High School Varsity Boys Soccer Team: back row, from left: Head Coach Jeremiah Smith, Heroldson Lerois, Yoji Yonetani, Daniel Ribeiro, Idriss Touati, Waseen Lalili, Ezekiel Dettering, Erick Rodrigues and Joao Ferriera Neves; front row, from left: Captain Andre De Oliveira, Lucas Rogerio Araujo, Captain Aman Chhetri, Captain Christian Osorno Vasquez, Bradley Toussaint. Josh Angulo Gonzalez, Edison Lerois, Juan Esteban Ventura and Jamie Mejia Musto. Josh Angulo Gonzalez Juan Esteban Ventura Lucas Rogerio Araujo Yoji Yonetani Aman Chhetri Andre De Oliveira Daniel Ribeiro The MHS Boys Soccer Seniors: front row, from left: Josh Angulo Gonzalez, Andre De Oliveira, Lucas Roger io Araujo, Juan Ezekiel Dettering James Mejia Musto Heroldons Lerois Esteban Ventura and Jamie Mejia Musto; back row, from left: Daniel Ribeiro, Heroldson Lerois, Aman Chhetri, Idriss Touati and Yoji Yonetani. GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE NOTEBOOK:Everett field hockey takes big win over Malden in battle of coed teams to stay unbeaten in GBL Everett Football back in action at home tonight vs. Lynn Classical, 6:00 Revere girls volleyball wins three in row, including big one over Everett, improves to 7-6 overall By Steve Freker E verett field hockey rolled to a 5-3 win over host Malden on Wednesday led by a four-goal scoring performance from Robert Driscoll. Driscoll scored early and often for the Crimson Tide, breaking three tie games with goals, including a score early in the second half which gave Everett the lead for good after the two teams had battled to a 3-3 tie. Adam Marshall also scored his first goal of the season for Everett. LEAGUE | SEE PAGE 14 Brothers Adam Marshall, left, a senior and Omar Marshall, right, a junior, are key members of the Everett field hockey team. Both are also members of the Tide baseball team. (Steve Freker Photo) Everett High field hockey sits atop the Greater Boston League unbeaten at 4-0-1. (Steve Freker Photo)

Page 16 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 8, 2021 Malden High football earns first-year Coach Exilhomme a milestone win By Nick Toscani M aybe someone tipped him off. “Hey Sam, as long as ‘Two for One’ special?” That was all fine with Malden High senior slotback/linebacker Sam Solorzano, who scored nearly all the points for the Golden Tornadoes squad in a 14-12 victory over Somerville which went right down to the wire at Macdonald Stadium Friday night. The win was a milestone first in the career of Malden Head Coach Witche Exilhomme, who took the helm over the summer for the first time. Coach Exilhomme is a 2012 Malden you’re out there, why not try the PARTNERSHIP AND S CORPORATION COST BASIS RULES Generally speaking, contribuT Cost basis affects the tax consequences of many transactions to partners and S Corporation shareholders. Many businesses are conducted as partnerships or S Corporations. The function of a partner’s or shareholder’s cost basis in the entity and the importance of keeping track of it is as follows: 1. Determining how much a partner or shareholder may withdraw from the entity without recognizing any gain 2. Determining the allowable loss of the entity in any given taxable year the partner or shareholder is entitled to claim on his or her tax return. (Remember, these entities are flowthrough entities. The profit or loss is passed through to the individual partner or shareholder to be reported on Form 1040). 3. Determining the gain or loss upon sale of a partnership interest or stock in an S Corporation. tions to capital in increase cost basis, withdrawals decrease cost basis, profits increase cost basis and losses decrease cost basis. Each year, a partner’s or shareholder’s cost basis needs to be updated taking these factors into consideration. When a partner or shareholder withdraws more than his or her investment in the entity, there will be tax consequences. If, for example, a partnership has a $50,000 profit for the year and each of the two partners withdraw $25,000, each partner will report $25,000 of income on his or her tax return. If each partner also withdraws $25,000, there would be no tax to be paid on the distribution itself. Each partner would report $25,000 of his or her share of profit of the entity. This serves to increase the partner’s cost basis. The withdrawal decreases the partner’s cost basis by the same amount. Therefore, the net effect on the partner’s cost basis for the taxable year is zero. The partner does not pay taxes on both the $25,000 share of partnership income as well as the withdrawal of $25,000. If a 50% partner or shareholder contributes $10,000 in capital upon the formation of Senior Solorzano scores two TDs in 14-12 win over Somerville in GBL opener Somerville turned pesky late in the game and defied the scoreboard by putting together its best drive of the game, taking the ball on its own 38yard line and under three minutes to play in the game and marching down the field on an 11-play drive capped by an end zone dive by Slattery with 21 seconds to play which cut the Malden lead to just 14-12. Malden had played even with the visiting Highlanders in the first half, but had built some momentum in the second half, dominating the play clock and time of possession. A key turnover, a lost fumble, came in the late third quarter. Senior captain and quarterback Jordan Rodriguez had left the game briefly when his upper body injury flared up after a Somerville tackle. On the very next play after personnel change, a fumble in the backfield was covered up by Somerville, and Malden’s offensive drive was stunted. Another scoring opportunity High and 2017 American International College (AIC) graduate. Playing slot back on offense, Solorzano gave Malden a lead it would never relinquish late in the second quarter when he took a pass out of the backfield from senior captain and quarterback Jordan Rodriguez at the 12-yard line and ran the rest of the way to the end zone for his first career touchdown. Leading Somerville 7-0 late in the third quarter, it was “Sammy Time” again when Solorzano, now playing outside linebacker, picked up a Highlander fumble at the Malden 45-yard line and raced untouched up the sideline for a 55-yard return touchdown and a 13-6 Malden lead. The difference in the game ended up being the steady shoe of senior kicked Ronald Juarez, who booted both PAT kicks for a 14-0 lead. Somerville roared right back when QB Aidan Slattery connected with freshman receiver Fidendi Francois for a 71-yard touchdown pass with nine seconds left in the third period. The game was not over for Malden (1-2, 1-0 Greater Boston League [GBL]) until Malden freshman James Hyppolite tackled Somerville quarterback Aidan Slattery just before the goal line on a two-point conversion try with 21 seconds to play and Malden leading by a 14-12 score. the entity, and his or her share of the entity’s loss during the year is $15,000, his or her allowable loss would be limited to $10,000. The remaining unallowed loss of $5,000 would be carried over to the following year. If the entity generates a profit of $10,000 during the following year, the partner or shareholder will be able to offset his or her $5,000 share of the profit with the unused carryforward loss of $5,000. One key difference with S Corporations and partnerships is that a partner’s cost basis will be increased by his or her share of partnership debt. A Shareholder in an S Corporation will increase his or her basis only by actually lending money to the corporation. Even recourse debt does not increase a shareholder’s cost basis in the corporation. If a partnership has significant losses during a particular year, third party loans taking out by the partnership will provide additional cost basis to the partners thereby allowing them to deduct losses in excess of their actual contributions to capital. In these situations, this can be a big advantage of a partnership over an S Corporation. 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. for Malden was dashed when a 34-yard field goal attempt by senior placekicker Ronald Juarez was blocked and recovered by Somerville in the fourth quarter. Malden’s defense held and got the ball back, and the scenario changed for the better on Somerville’s next and final drive, where, fueled by short runs, a long pass connection for Slattery led to a touchdown run and two-point chase with 21 seconds left on the clock. *** Malden was right back in action last night against GBL rival Revere (3-0 GBL, 3-1 overall) on the road at Della Russo Stadium. That game was played after press time. *** BOX SCORE Malden Somerville Second quarter Malden Third quarter Malden Somerville Fourth quarter Somerville 1 0 0 2 7 0 3 7 6 4 0 6 T 14 12 Sam Solorzano 10-yard pass from Jordan Rodriguez (Ronald Juarez kick) Sam Solorzano 48-yard fumble return (Ronald Juarez kick) Fidendi Francois 71-yard pass from Aidan Slattery (kick blocked) Guensley Louis 52-yard fumble return (pass failed) Extra Points: Malden was happy to have senior Jordan Rodriguez back as starting quarterback against Somerville on Friday night. Rodriguez ended up 9-for-18 for 186 yards and one touchdown, a game-high for any quarterback for Malden this year. Malden backup quarterback Nik MacDuffie did a very good job in a loss to Melrose the previous week, throwing for 137 yards. Junior Makhial Coulanges-Blaise led the Golden Tornadoes squad in rushing with 37 yards on 10 carries... Sam Solorzano was the leading Malden receiver with six catches for 87 yards and the touchdown...Revere took a tight win over Lynn English last weekend, 17-14, in a matchup between two GBL rivals who formerly matched up in the Northeastern Conference (NEC)...After not turning the ball over at all against Melrose the previous week, Malden gave it to Somerville twice on two lost fumbles Friday night...After last night’s game Malden stays on the road at Lynn Classical (Manning Field, 6:00 kickoff) on Saturday, Oct, 16. Malden then hosts Lynn English on Friday, Oct. 22, where it will be a “Pink Out” night to recognize Breast Cancer Research...The Malden High sub varsity team (2-1) topped Somerville for its second win on Monday in the pouring rain, 16-6, led by freshmen Kevin Exilhomme (92 yards rushing, 1 touchdown) and quarterback Aidan Brett, who led the offense after missing the first two games with injury. The defense was led by Anderson Joseph, sophomore Felix Da Costa and freshman Johnson Huynh.

It is said in Malden T ing both incumbents and challengers. *** That students and family members from Grades 7 and 8 as well as those from Grade 9 and any new to the city and/or transfer students, any grade, are welcome to come to Malden High School’s Finn Gym on Thursday, October 14 for a Malden High Sports and Clubs Welcome and Information Night from 6:30-8:00 p.m. where they could get information about the 27 sports teams and close to 100 clubs which are operating at Malden High School. *** That despite the fact that Sunday’s annual Fire and Public Safety Day at Linden Park drew a crowd of about 2,000 and seemed like a natural draw for political candidates, that was hardly the case, as besides the attendance by incumbent City Councillors Craig Spadafora (at large), Stephen Winslow (at large, but running for Ward Six Councillor seat), Jadeane Sica (Ward 8) and Peg Crowe (Ward 1), all of whom were co-hosting the event, there was a glaring absence of those seeking votes on November 2 except for incumbent Ward 5 Councillor Barbara Murphy, Ward 4 Council candidate Jeff Donahue and Ward 7 Council candidate Chris Simonelli. *** That many Malden residents were very pleased with the apparent change in the weather this week to some authentic crisp, fall temperatures. *** That former Malden High and Malden Pop Warner football star Isaiah Likely, a 6-4, 240 tight end for #15-ranked Coastal Carolina, has helped lead the Chanticleers to a perfect 5-0 start with 19 catches and 4 touchdowns through the first month of the 2021 season. *** That Malden Public Schools (MPS) had an Early Release Day at 12:30 p.m. for a contractual Professional Development Day for MPS educators today. *** That all schools in Malden are closed on Monday in observance of the national holiday Columbus Day, which has been observed as a federal national holiday since a declaration in 1937 by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. *** That the Columbus Day holiday, which signifies the discovery of America by Italian explorer Christopher Columbus in 1492, was originally held every October 12, but has been observed the second Monday in October since 1971 as part of the so-called “Monday holiday-Long Weekend legislation.” *** That former Malden Catholic All-Scholastic baseball star Anthony Serino, a 2009 Lancer grad, and his fiancé Jonaye welcomed 8 lbs., 8 oz., 22 1/2 inch son Kash Christie Serino into the world early Sunday morning, October 3 and that Kash is the grandson of the late former Lancer athletic director and championship-winning hockey coach Christie Serino Jr., who passed away in 2012. ~ LEGAL NOTICE ~ REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR A TRANSIT ACTION PLAN FOR THE CITY OF MALDEN The City of Malden’s Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development (OSPCD) is soliciting proposals from qualified firms to develop a Transit Action Plan to: (1) Understand existing conditions including current mobility patterns, Malden demographics, and community mobility needs and desires; (2) Identify potential mobility strategies including transit and active transportation opportunities along select corridors, MBTA station enhancements, and opportunities for regional collaboration; and (3) Develop near-term and long term recommendations for new bike and walking facilities, transit priority facilities, transit service enhancements, and land use policy changes, including potential funding sources for each recommendation. Written submissions are required as detailed in the RFP. For a copy of the RFP, available beginning Tuesday, October 12, 2021, interested firms should contact the OSPCD by email at espetrini@maldenredevelopment.com. Responses to the RFP are due to: Evan Spetrini, Senior Planner & Policy Manager, 215 Pleasant Street 3rd Floor, Malden, MA 02148 on or before 5:00 PM, Monday, November 8, 2021. October 8, 2021 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 8, 2021 LEAGUE | FROM PAGE 15 Omar Marshall was solid all hat if “signs could vote” there would be some interesting results in the upcoming November 2 municipal election regardgame for the Tide, dominating action at times on both ends of the field. Everett stayed atop the GBL unbeaten in league play with the victory, at 4-0-1. Malden went to 2-4-1 with the loss overall. **** Everett Football back in action tonight at home vs. Lynn Classical, 6:00 kickoff Two Greater Boston League unbeatens clash tonight when Lynn Classical football travels to Everett's Veteran Memorial Stadium for a 6:00 p.m. kickoff. Lynn Classical (3-1, 3-0 GBL) Rams will invade Everett (3-0, 2-0 GBL) and try to put a blemish on the Tide's perfect mark and take over first place in the league. Lynn Classical is led by the coach's son, Brian Vaughan at quarterback, who has passed for more yards (589) than any other GBL QB to date. Everett is led by QB Kamarri Ellerbe, BC-bound Ishmael Zamor and running back JC Clerveaux. Revere Girls Volleyball rolls to three straight wins Revere High girls volleyball rolls to three straight wins in the past nine days, including a 3-0 sweep of Everett, to improve to 7-6 overall on the season. Revere registered 3-0 sweep wins over both Everett and Somerville, both Greater Boston League opponents. The win over Somerville was especially satisfying since the Highlanders had swept Revere by the same score in their first meeting earlier this season. Revere had another big win Page 17 on the road when they took a hard-fought, 3-2 win over a previously unbeaten East Boston Jets team. The two teams seesawed their way into a winnertake-all final set, with Revere taking the first two sets and Eastie taking the next two. Tied up at 2-2, Revere prevailed in the money set to win it, 3-2ś Revere was scheduled to host Medford today at 4:00 p.m., host Chelsea on Monday and then play on the road at Malden Wednesday, October 13. For Advertising with Results, call The Advocate Newspapers at 617-387-2200 or Info@ advocatenews.net ~ LEGAL NOTICE ~ COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Middlesex Divison Docket No. MI21P4987EA Estate of: George Henry Gurney, Jr. Date of Death: November 24, 2010 INFORMAL PROBATE PUBLICATION NOTICE To all persons interested in the above captioned estate, by Petition of Petitioner George V. Gurney of Malden, MA. George V. Gurney 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. October 8, 2021 ~ LEGAL NOTICE ~ COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Middlesex Probate and Family Court 10-U Commerce Way Woburn, MA 01801 (781) 865-4000 Docket No. MI21C0916CA In the matter of: Leda Rose Tornaritis CITATION ON PETITION TO CHANGE NAME A Petition to Change Name of Adult has been filed by Leda Rose Tornaritis of Malden, MA requesting that the court enter a Decree changing their name to: Leda Rose Chubukova IMPORTANT NOTICE Any person may appear for purposes of objecting to the petition by filing an appearance at: Middlesex Probate and Family Court before 10:00 a.m. on the return day of 10/18/2021. This is NOT a hearing date, but a deadline by which you must file a written appearance if you object to this proceeding. WITNESS, Hon. Maureen H. Monks, First Justice of this Court. Date: September 20, 2021 TARA E. DeCRISTOFARO Register of Probate October 8, 2021

Page 18 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 8, 2021 OBITUARY John Robert Mitchell Loving and Devoted Fa1. On Oct. 8, 1871, a devastating barn fi re broke out in what Midwestern city? 2. Starbuck is fi rst mate of the Pequod in what novel? 3. What is a kiva? 4. October 9 is Leif Eriksson Day; in 1000 he discovered Vinland, which is what? 5. What State House is adjacent to the Kennebec River? 6. What 1888 poem about sports includes “there is no joy in Mudville”? 7. What is Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow” more commonly known as? 8. On Oct. 10, 1913, President Woodrow Wilson pushed a button to set off a dike explosion, creating what? 9. What do American Philatelic Society members collect? 10. What famous woman began to paint in her 70s because her fi ngers got too stiff for embroidering? 11. In what 1960s TV show would you fi nd Maxwell Smart (Agent 86)? 12. On Oct. 11, 1906, San Francisco’s Board of Education created an order to segregate Oriental students; what U.S. president pressured the city to rescind the order? 13. What word beginning with a “d” is the only English word ending in “mt”? 14. Ganymede, the largest moon of any Solar System planet, circles which planet? 15. October 12 is National Farmer’s Day; what fi ctional farmer appeared on a long-running children’s TV series? 16. How are “Wings,” “Comets” and “Pips” similar? 17. On Oct. 13, 1903, what team beat Pittsburgh, 5-3, to end the fi rst World Series? 18. In 1984 and 1985, what auto executive had an autobiographical best seller? 19. What area is thought to be where pumpkins originated? 20. On Oct. 14, 1964, who won the Nobel Peace Prize? ANSWERS ther, Supporter of Many Charities Age 71, of Lynnfi eld, formerly of Chelsea, died Saturday, October 2 at his residence. Born in Chelsea on July 6, 1950 he was the son of the late James Donald and Marion Viola (Spracklin) Mitchell. John was raised in Chelsea and was a graduate of Chelsea High School. He went on to graduate from the former Grahm Junior College of Boston and to attend Boston University. John had worked in media, fi rst with NBC in New York City, then he spent time with WEEI and WXKS-AM of Boston until 1994 when he went out on his own and build the now CAM Media, which continues to this day. In his younger years, John was an avid skier and played softball and hockey – most recently he had gotten into cycling. John was a very philanthropic man and was dedicated to several causes, most importantly, the Pan-Mass Challenge, Bike MS (National MS Society,) Best Buddies, Salvation Army, ALS ONE and Communitas of Wakefi eld (formerly EMARC). He was the beloved husband MALDEN: TODAY | FROM PAGE 6 meet most mornings in Malden Square for coff ee. He called it Malden’s version of the Algonquin Club’s Round Table, and subjects were both “large and small” as Don once noted. Which brings this long-winded diatribe to a column he wrote for the Malden Advocate on Friday, April 29, 2005. Another column about, basically...nothing; Don noted that “Bucky” showed up fi rst this morning “full of his advanced knowledge of useless information.” A sense of fun was always evident in his eloquent offerings. Shortly after Bucky showed Henry, Guy and “Sweet Debbie” appeared followed by Bill Mini, Arthur Kahn (still alive and kicking by the way) and Charlie Griffi n. In classic Donald Squires prose he wrote of the of Lauren (Cantalupa) Mitchell. He was the loving father of Cara A. Mitchell of Merrimac and Megan E. Mitchell and her partner Chris Eriksen of Eagle Bridge, NY. He was the brother of James D. Mitchell and his wife Ethelyn, Nancy Belanger and her husband Daniel of Charlton and the late Jean V. Montesano and her surviving husband Vincent of Revere and the late Joan Mitchell. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews as morning: “with the tangled webs we wove, it was one of the more delightful of some of the dull mementos of breakfast past.” The fi rst topic up for debate for these “old duff ers” was local restaurants. Yoken’s, Augustine’s, Kane’s Doughnuts, the Town Line, Carroll’s in Medford and “haunts that were ready for us after a night on the town,” such as Gottfried’s on Route 1, Gamsun on Hudson Street in Chinatown and China Sails in Swampscott, when they didn’t want to fi ght Boston traffi c. Movies were up next and “actresses that we would gladly leave home for, only joking.” “Only joking” was the 2005 equivalent of my “insert smiley face.” According to Don, Sophia Loren was a slam dunk that morning for most “admired” actress. Henry was smitten with Alice Faye, and Lana well as his beloved dogs Gavin and Maggie. His Funeral Service will be held in the Centre Congregational Church, 5 Summer St., Lynnfi eld on Saturday, Oct. 9 at 10am. Visitation for relatives and friends at the McDonald Funeral Home, 19 Yale Ave., Wakefi eld on Friday, Oct. 8 from 4-7pm. In keeping with John's philanthropic spirt, the family asks for contributions to be made to the charity of one's choice. Turner was Don’s choice. Don also noted that Ingrid Bergman “has made my life a joy.” The article pointed out that “the male actors were not left out either, but not with the same ecstasy as our actresses.” I loved the small town feel of “Curbside.” Don tried his best to make you feel part of his “coff ee klatch.” Made you feel welcome and part of the community – the sign of a successful writer. He always concluded his columns with a nod to his beloved wife, Toby Pearl: “Long may we live to carry on for those folks who left us, and we carry those voices for as long as the Almighty allows us. Until then, God bless America, my Toby Pearl, and all of you.” “This is the end, beautiful friend, this is the end, my only MALDEN: TODAY | SEE PAGE 20 1. Chicago 2. “Moby Dick” 3. An American Indian underground ceremonial chamber 4. It is thought to be an area of wild grapes around the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. 5. Maine’s (in Augusta) 6. “Casey at the Bat” 7. EPCOT 8. The Panama Canal waterway 9. Stamps 10. Grandma Moses 11. “Get Smart” 12. Theodore Roosevelt 13. Dreamt 14. Jupiter 15. Mr. Green Jeans (on “Captain Kangaroo”) 16. They are parts of band names (of Paul McCartney, Bill Haley and Gladys Knight, respectively) 17. The Boston Americans 18. Lee Iacocca 19. Central America 20. Dr. Martin Luther King

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 8, 2021 Page 19 PORTAL TO HOPE | FROM PAGE 13 My Sister Mary Foundation, volunteers his time managing the organization’s website, and her husband, Malden Firefighter and a Deputy Fire Chief in the United States Air Force, SMSgt. George Romvos, volunteers his time working with military families aff ected by abuse. “In addition to having the opportunity to help others, the best part of the job is in meeting people along the way who want to get involved at PTH,” said Deborah Fallon. “We would not be the organization that we are today if it wasn’t for the people who have partnered with us, working to end domestic violence.” Today, PTH remains one of six Massachusetts nonprofi ts serving survivors of domestic violence onsite at medical facili~ Legal Notice ~ NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Malden Community Preservation Committee Notice is hereby given that the City of Malden Community Preservation Committee will hold a public hearing on Weds. October 20, 2021, at 6:00PM Eastern Time, via remote hearing, at which members of the public are invited to attend to participate and provide comments. The CPC will give a presentation about the Community Preservation Act in Malden, will gather public input on the overall CPA program, and will hold a project hearing for a supplemental request for funds for Wallace Park Wall. If you would like to request a reasonable accommodation, please contact Maria Luise, ADA Compliance Coordinator at mluise@cityofmalden.org or 781-397-7000, Ext 2005 The hearing will be hosted by the City of Malden on Zoom and will be accessible to members of the public who are invited to attend and provide comments via the following link: https://cityofmalden.zoom.us/j/93118880638?pwd=VmZDQ0lqR2FpajJMWndJL0xRSCsyQT09 Passcode: 510788 Or via Telephone: (US) +1 929 436 2866 or +1 646 518 9805 Webinar ID: 931 1888 0638 Passcode: 510788 For further information, or to submit written comments and questions, please contact the City of Malden Community Preservation Committee via email at maldencpc@cityofmalden.org October 8, 2021 Will You Qualify For Medicare Soon? 100% Covid Safe Medicare Advantage application process is available. Why invite trouble? Apply safely and securely. Perhaps I can help. 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Its law enforcement program serves as a model for other agencies to adopt, and PTH enhanced its partnership with the Medford Police Department, where Police Chief Jack Buckley created space for PTH to open up a new offi ce onsite at the new station. This year, PORTAL TO HOPE| SEE PAGE 20 a y avvy S iorenniiooro a avvyavvy iori n r by Jim Miller How Does Social Security Work When a Spouse or Ex-Spouse Dies? Dear Savvy Senior, Who qualifies for Social Security survivor benefits? My exhusband died last year, so I would like to fi nd out if me or my 17-year-old daughter are eligible for anything? Divorced Survivor Dear Divorced, If your ex-husband worked and paid Social Security taxes and you and/or your daughter meet the eligibility requirements, you may very well be eligible for survivor benefi ts, but you should act quickly because benefi ts are generally retroactive only up to six months. Here’s what you should know. Under Social Security law, when a person who has worked and paid Social Security taxes dies, certain members of that person’s family may be eligible for survivor benefi ts including spouses, former spouses and dependents. Here’s a breakdown of who qualifi es. Widow(er)’s and divorced widow(er)’s: Surviving spouses that were married at least nine months are eligible to collect a monthly survivor benefi t as early as age 60 (50 if disabled). Divorced surviving spouses are also eligible at this same age, if you were married at least 10 years and did not remarry before age 60 (50 if disabled), unless the marriage ends. How much you’ll receive will depend on how much money (earnings that were subject to Social Security taxes) your spouse or ex-spouse made over their lifetime, and the age in which you apply for survivor benefi ts. If you wait until your full retirement age (which is 66 for people born in 1945-1954 and will gradually increase to age 67 for people born in 1960 or later), you’ll receive 100 of your deceased spouses or ex-spouses benefi t amount. But if you apply between age 60 and your full retirement age, your benefi t will be somewhere between 71.5 – 99 percent of their benefi t. There is, however, one exception. Surviving spouses and exspouses that are caring for a child (or children) of the deceased worker, and they are under age 16 or disabled, are eligible to receive 75 percent of the worker’s benefi t amount at any age. Unmarried children: Surviving unmarried children under age 18, or up to age 19 if they’re still attending high school, are eligible for survivor benefi ts too. Benefi ts can also be paid to children at any age if they were disabled before age 22 and remain disabled. Both biological and adoptive children are eligible, as well as kids born out of wedlock. Dependent stepchildren and grandchildren may also qualify. Children’s benefi ts are 75 percent of the worker’s benefi t. You should also know that in addition to survivor benefi ts, a surviving spouse or child may also be eligible to receive a special lump-sum death payment of $255. Dependent parents: Benefits can also be paid to dependent parents who are age 62 and older. For parents to qualify as dependents, the deceased worker would have had to provide at least one-half of the parent’s fi nancial support. But be aware that Social Security has limits on how much a family can receive in monthly survivors’ benefi ts – usually 150 to 180 percent of the worker’s benefi t. Switching Strategies Social Security also provides surviving spouses and exspouses some nice strategies that can help boost your benefi ts. For example, if you’ve worked you could take a reduced survivor benefi t at age 60 and switch to your own retirement benefi t based on your earnings history – between 62 and 70 – if it off ers a higher payment. Or, if you’re already receiving retirement benefi ts on your work record, you could switch to survivors benefi ts if it off ers a higher payment. You cannot, however, receive both benefi ts. You also need to know that if you collect a survivor benefi t while working, and are under full retirement age, your benefi ts may be reduced depending on your earnings – see SSA.gov/ pubs/EN-05-10069.pdf. For more information on survivor benefi ts, visit SSA.gov/ benefi ts/survivors. 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.

Page 20 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 8, 2021 MALDEN: TODAY | FROM PAGE 18 friend, the end” – in these dark days of abject cynicism, with the voice of keyboard warriors disproportionally louder than others, we are often frustrated that this contrarian voice is heard over the more rational voice of reason. “Oh, the pain,” as Dr. Smith would dramatically sigh; the crazies are out this political season! The vast majority of Malden residents are bored with petty, politically motiWANTED DELIVERY DRIVER FULL TIME CALL 617-387-4838 vated attacks. Most Maldonians do not have time for such trivialities. They are busy working multiple jobs; they are raising children and most importantly they are visiting All Season’s Table for some of Doug’s wonderful chow! With that said I’ll let my longtime friend Jadeane Sica have her say via a Facebook post: “If you think passing out popsicles in person on the fi rst day back to school is political then clearly you have not been paying attention. For the past 18 months, Councilor Spadafora and I have made it all about the children of Malden. Parading around the city every Saturday during the height of the pandemic with Elmo and Friends, making sure all our high school seniors were recognized for their achievements, bike and scooter giveaways and Halloween drive by Part-Time Handyman 4 to 5 days a week Must have own transportation Must speak English $20 per hour Call 617-549-7475 parties. When Fourth of July was cancelled this year for the second time in a row, we decided to do multiple smaller scale events such as a BBQ, a Luau, Neon Night and a family movie night. “Our children have lost so much this past year and we were just trying to recreate some sense of normalcy for them. It had nothing to do with any political agenda. In fact, if you know me personally, then you know I am not very political at all. I have made our children a priority while creating many memories for and with them since 2004. Why would this be any different during a global pandemic? “We thought a Popsicle party to start the school year on a positive note is just what our students and faculty needed to ~ HELP WANTED ~ Tire Technician wanted. Must have valid driver’s license and a good work ethic. $15-$19/hr to start based on experience. Call 617-389-0810 or come in to: Woody’s Tire Service 80 Garden St., Everett to apply get them excited for the upcoming school year. Sorry if you see it as something other than it is. People like you are exactly what is wrong with this world. Stop by tomorrow afternoon, grab a Popsicle and chill out!” PORTAL TO HOPE | FROM PAGE 18 PTH opened a new Legal Aid offi ce in Malden thanks to the help of the Mallon Family and Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) grant support administered by the Massachusetts Offi ce for Victim Assistance. Services provided by PTH to victims of domestic violence crime include emergency shelter, limited legal aid, job and housing search assistance and other victim advocacy. PTH’s youth programs continue to adapt to community needs through the help of Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria, Medford Mayor Breanna Lungo-Koehn, the Everett Citizens Foundation and The Foundation Trust; and PTH’s Speakers Bureau continues to conduct community trainings and violence-prevention outreach activities on a regular basis. PTH is always looking for people to help and to expand its team. If you would like to get involved at PTH, please call (781) 338-7678. If you or someone you know needs help from abuse, please call (781) 338-7678 or visit www. portaltohope.org. D & D ConstruCtion Co. Phone No. 781-866-9898 Toll Free 1-877-758-9675 Celebrating over 30 years! All your needs done with one call Take Care Of The Problems Now! Call the home improvement specialists FREE • Roofs • Windows • Sump Pumps • Hardwood Floors • Decks • Walkways • Gutters ESTIMATES • FULLY INSURED • Vinyl Siding • Painting • Tiling • Carpentry • Driveways • PVC Fence • Chainlink Fence • Stockade Fence Cleanouts/Junk Removal • Attics • Basements • Yards You know the price before we do the job! Satisfaction Guaranteed l/Jk R We install SUMP PUMPS REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS BUYER1 PANDEY, USHA SIMONET-SUAREZ, LOTTIE BIANCHI, LUCA BUYER2 SELLER1 TMC HOLDINGS LLC SELLER2 Copyrighted material previously published in Banker & Tradesman/The Commercial Record, a weekly trade newspaper. It is reprinted with permission from the publisher, The Warren Group. For a searchable database of real estate transactions and property information visit: www.thewarrengroup.com. ADDRESS 55 WYLLIS AVE DICARLO, ANTHONY D DICARLO, ANTONIETTA 40 LYNN ST CITY MALDEN MALDEN DATE 17.09.2021 15.09.2021 PRICE $453 000,00 $470 000,00

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Page 24 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 8, 2021 Follow Us On: COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY SALES & RENTALS Happy Sandy Juliano Broker/President Columbus Day! WE KNOW EVERETT!! Call TODAY to sell or buy with the best! LISTED BY NORMA & ROSEMARIE NEW LISTING BY SANDY NEW LISTING BY SANDY UNDER AGREEMENT OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY CONDO - NEW PRICE - $449,900 30 CHELSEA ST. #812 EVERETT CALL NORMA FOR DETAILS! 617-590-9143 OCT. 9, 2021 11:00-12:30 SINGLE FAMILY 39 ARLINGTON ST., EVERETT $529,900 TWO FAMILY 129 CLARENCE ST., EVERETT $839,900 LISTED BY NORMA OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY SOLD BY MICHAEL AS BUYER’S AGENT 54 EVERETT STREET EVERETT SOLD BY NORMA 4 FAMILY 756 BROADWAY, EVERETT $859,900 CALL NORMA FOR DETAILS! 617-590-9143 NEW LISTING BY NORMA OCT. 9, 2021 12:00-1:30 NEW PRICE! $489,900 CONDO 120 WYLLIS AVE., UNIT #310 UNDER AGREEMENT 6 FAMILY CHARLES STREET, MALDEN $1,250,000 CALL JOE FOR DETAILS 617-680-7610 UNDER AGREEMENT SINGLE FAMILY 20 BAKER RD., EVERETT $519,900 SOLD BY MICHAEL AS BUYER’S AGENT 58 BRADFORD ST. EVERETT Open Daily From 10:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. 433 Broadway, Suite B, Everett, MA 02149 Open Daily From 10:0 Joe DiNuzzo - Broker Associate :0 00 AM 5:00 PM www.jrs-properties.com Follow Us On: 617.544.6274 Norma Capuano Parziale - Agent Denise Matarazz - Agent Maria Scrima - Agent Rosemarie Ciampi - Agent Michael Matarazzo -Agent Mark Sachetta - Agent

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