Maldden alld a Vol. 30, No. 41 den AADD -FREECelebrating 30 Years as Malden's Local Newspaper! CTE CAT AT www.advocatenews.net Published Every Friday Salemwood School celebrates playground improvement 617-387-2200 Advocate Staff Report I f last week's City Council forum for the seats in Wards 1, 3 and 4 is any indication, it looks like it will be a spirited battle to the fi nish, culminating in the November 2nd General Election. All three incumbent ward Shown from left to right are Assistant Superintendent of Schools Emilys Peña, Ward 5 School Committee Member Adam Weldai, Ward 5 Councillor Barbara Murphy, Mayor Gary Christenson, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Ligia Noriega-Murphy, Malden Community Development Director Alex Pratt and Salemwood School Principal Van Huynh. (Photo Courtesy of the City of Malden) M ayor Gary Christenson and Ward 5 Councillor Barbara Murphy led city and school offi cials in celebrating the reopening of the refurbished Salemwood School playground, which has a new resilient safety surfacing and sensory play panels to engage students with differing learning needs. The officials were joined by Superintendent of Schools Dr. Ligia Noriega-Murphy, Assistant Superintendent Emilys Peña, Salemwood School Principal Van Huynh, Ward 5 School Committee Member Adam Weldai and Malden Community Development Director Alex Pratt. The project included removing the deteriorated mulch surfacing and installing a new resilient rubber safety surface and two new sensory play panels. Three additional play panels will be installed later this fall. The sensory play panels and the colorful surface design were chosen to enhance play for Salemwood students, especially children who are nonverbal. The project was initiated by Councillor Murphy, who contacted Salemwood School offi - cials to see if they had any projects for when the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding became available. The project is being administered by Malden’s Offi ce of Strategic Planning and Community Development and funded using CDBG funds and additional funds from Malden Public Schools. Malden Public Schools to install AAC Boards at all school playgrounds M ayor Gary Christenson, City Council President Neal Anderson, School Committee members Michelle Luong and Jennifer Spadafora along with School Superintendent Ligia Noreiga-Murphy, School Administrators, Disability Commission members, teachers and students were on hand for a ribbon cutting at the Early Learning Center to celebrate the installation of two Augmentative and Alternative CommunicaACC BOARDS | SEE PAGE 8 councillors running for re-election are facing opponents this year: Ward 1 Councillor Peg Crowe facing off against challenger Nadege Phillipe; Ward 3 Councillor Amanda Linehan versus challenger Glen Curtis; and Ward 4 Councillor Ryan O'Malley squaring off against challenger Jeff rey Donahue. Phillipe and Curtis are political newcomers. Donahue is a former Ward 4 City Councillor who served four terms from 2000-2008. The debate was hosted by Urban Media Arts (UMA), formerly MATV, and held live on September 30. Other debates included a second one aired lived on October 7 for Wards 5 and 6. A third debate will be livestreamed on the UMA website, https//urrbanmediaarts.org, on Wednesday, October 20 for City Council candidates in Wards 7 and 8. UMA's Guillermo Hamlin served as moderator. The roundtable debate featured questions submitted by The Malden Advocate, Malden Chamber of Commerce, Greater Malden Asian American Coalition (GMAAC), Chinese Culture Connection (CCC), and Malden High School's newspaper, The Blue and Gold. Each candidate made an opening statement, answered the submitted questions and then made a closing statement. Ward One challenger Nadege Phillippe was the only candidate not participating on Sept. 30, citing an unexpected work commitment in her position in the medical fi eld, In her opening statement, Ward 1 Councillor Peg Crowe cited her lifelong Malden roots as the daughter of an Irish immiE Friday, October 15, 2021 Malden Urban Media Arts hosts forum for Wards 1, 3 and 4 City Council seats Issues addressed include public safety, unity in Malden, Malden Hospital site, Maplewood Square grant father who along with her mother, a U.S. native, "instilled in me a desire to build relationships and help others." Crowe has worked at local non-profit Malden YWCA for more than 30 years, many as executive director. "I have been a community collaborator for many years. I believe Malden is on the right track and there is much work to be done," Councillor Crowe said. First-time political candidate and Ward 3 challenger Glen Curtis said. "I take great pride in being a Malden resident and Malden is the greatest place to live." A 30-year Malden resident, Curtis said, "I want to see the city grow." Curtis noted he lives "one street away from the Malden Hospital (site) and see it every morning when I wake up and each night I return from work. It is a waste of land and has been vacant for too long.""I'm not a politician — but I feel I can do something to make a difference and help develop the Malden Hospital site into something that will work for everyone." Incumbent Ward 3 Councillor Amanda Linehan, elected to her fi rst term in 2019, noted she began serving her fi rst term of elected offi ce just weeks ahead of the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. "No one could have predicted what was ahead of us — but we were shown that Malden is amazingly resilient. We banded together in ways we never could." "I love this job and I love this city," Linehan said, FORUM | SEE PAGE 15

Page 2 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 15, 2021 Chinese Culture Connection and MHS’s 7th Annual “Thanksgiving” Ping-Pong Tournament scheduled for Nov. 20 Mayor Gary Christenson is shown with the many participants of last year's annual Ping Pong tourney. Lawrence A. Simeone Jr. Attorney-at-Law ~ Since 1989 ~ * Corporate Litigation * Criminal/Civil * MCAD * Zoning/Land Court * Wetlands Litigation * Workmen’s Compensation * Landlord/Tenant Litigation * Real Estate Law * Construction Litigation * Tax Lein * Personal Injury * Bankruptcy * Wrongful Death * Zoning/Permitting Litigation 300 Broadway, Suite 1, Revere * 781-286-1560 lsimeonejr@simeonelaw.net T he Chinese Culture Connection (CCC) and its Ping-Pong Tournament Planning Committee cordially invite you to our Seventh Annual “Thanksgiving Ping-Pong Tournament.” This tournament will be held at the Gymnasium of Malden High School on Saturday, November 20, 2021, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The purpose of the annual tournament is to promote social and physical activities among the Asian American communities, fostering a more active and healthier lifestyle. This tournament will encourage intergenerational and cross-cultural interaction and dialogue between Asian immigrants and non-Asian participants, as well as between older and younger generations of ping-pong players. As part of our signature series “East Meets West Cultural Experience,” we will be showing a trailer for “The Power of PingPong,” a documentary film project that began in 2018. We hope to release the film in conjunction with our Chinese New Year celebration for 2022. The objective of the film is to explore the lives of Asian immigrants and beyond through the lens of ping-pong playing. Please join us and learn about this incredible documentary! The competition categories will include: 1. Senior: male, ages 65+; female: age 60+; rating under 1,700. 2. Adult: male, ages 19-64; female ages under 59; rating under 1,700. 3. Student/Youth: age under 18, rating under 1,600. 4. Open Mixed: no age, gender or rating limit. 5. Recreational: no age, gender limit, rating under 1,200. Registration fee: $120 per team (minimum of three and maximum of four people), includes lunch and T-shirts. Prizes for the first-, second- and third-place winners will be a medal, plus $100, $80 and $50 gift certificates, respectively, for each winning team in each category. The first place of each category will also get a team trophy. The deadline for entry registration is October 31, 2021, or when all places are filled, whichever comes first. If you are interested in participating in the event, please register as soon as possible to help the planning process. Feel free to contact CCC at 781-321-6316 or via email at info@ChineseCultureConnection.org for questions regarding registration, sponsorship of the event or any of CCC’s other programs and services.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 15, 2021 Page 3 City announces effort to increase removal of lead service lines in 2022 Special to Th e Advocate M ayor Gary Christenson and Councillor-at-Large Steve Winslow recently announced a major new initiative to speed up the removal of lead pipe service lines, particularly those in areas that serve the most children. Mayor Christenson recently approved a request for $2.75 million in American Recovery Act (ARPA) funds to expedite lead service line replacements in 2022, more than triple the $655,000 funds dedicated this year. “These funds will allow us to mobilize our lead service line program now as we await further Federal Infrastructure Funding that Congresswoman Clark has been working to secure,” said Christenson. Winslow thanked Acting Malden Conservation Commission Chair Isaac Slavitt for developing and advocating for the new program. “Several years ago, I approached Isaac with a proposal to identify the lead lines that serve the most children,” said Councillor Winslow. “We worked DRIVE IT - PUSH IT - TOW IT! Cold Hard Cash for Your Vehicle! RIVE IT - PUSH IT - TOW IT $$ CASH FOR YOUR CAR, TRUCK OR SUV! $$ Get your vehicle Winter Ready! We offer a Winter Inspection Service that includes: • Oil Filter Change • Anti-Freeze Check • Complete Safety Check Only $39.95 2012 KIA SPORTAGE All Wheel Drive, Most Power Options, Runs Great, Only 95K Miles, Warranty! with Malden School Department and Cheverus School to help identify the streets where Malden school kids live. Isaac then took that information and with our GIS and Engineering Departments created an application to identify lead pipes that serve the most children.” Two million dollars in ARPA funds will be used to remove the riskiest lead pipes in the city and repair those streets once the lead service line work is done. An additional $750,000 in funds will be used to fund lead service line replacement on other streets being repaved. TRADES WELCOME! $11,900 Financing Available! 1236 EasternAve • Malden EddiesAutotech.com (Most vehicles) 2010 NISSAN MAXIMA Loaded, Leather Interior, Just Serviced, Warranty, Runs Beautiful, Only 160K Miles! TRADES WELCOME! (781) 321-8841 • (617) 571-9869 Easy For Your Vehicle! SIMONELLI ENDORSED BY FIREFIGHTERS’ UNION This week, I received word from the Malden Firefighters’ Union that I have received their endorsement for my candidacy for Ward 7 City Councillor. For that, I an humbled and greatly appreciate their support. 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 fire department, and elected officials. This endorsement tells me that Malden’s Bravest know that as an elected official, I’ll respect the difficult job they perform when lives are at stake, and I’ll always work hard to support them with the best equipment, safety and pay. ~ Elect ~ On Tuesday, November 2nd, let’s ensure support for our fire and police personnel! $7,995 We Pay Cash AUTOTECH

Page 4 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 15, 2021 Sen. Lewis supports landmark voting reform legislation O 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 n October 6, State Senator Jason Lewis joined colleagues in the Massachusetts Senate to pass S.2545, An Act fostering voter opportunities, trust, equity and security (the VOTES Act). This comprehensive voting reform bill permanently codifies the popular mail-in and early voting options used in Massachusetts in 2020. The bill would also enact same-day voter registration, increase ballot access for service members serving overseas and make a series of other improvements to the Commonwealth’s election adminiswww.eight10barandgrille.com We Have Reopened for Dine-In and Outside Seating every day beginning at 4 PM tration process. “Voting is a bedrock constitutional right for every citizen, and that’s why it’s vital that we apply the lessons of pandemic-era elections reforms to usher in a new period of strong ballot access and voter empowerment,” said Lewis. “In addition to establishing same-day voter registration, a standard in-person early voting period, and other important reforms, I’m particularly pleased that the VOTES Act will allow permanent no-excuse mail-in voting. Vote-by-mail has been a top priority for me ever since the 2020 elections proved that it is a secure, reliable and convenient way for many voters to exercise their franchise, and that’s why I filed legislation this session similar to the mail-in voting provision of the VOTES Act.” The Senate’s passage of the WE'RE OPEN! 8 Norwood Street, Everett (617) 387-9810 STAY SAFE! VOTES Act follows previous action by the state legislature to temporarily extend vote-bymail and early voting options through December 15. The VOTES Act now advances on to the Massachusetts House of Representatives for further consideration. all registered voters on July 15 of every even-numbered year; the Secretary of the Commonwealth would have the option to include these applications as part of mailings already required to be sent by the Secretary. • As in 2020, postage would be guaranteed for mail-in ballot applications and ballots. • As in 2020, mail-in ballots Jason Lewis State Senator The VOTES Act contains the following key provisions: Same-day voter registration • Individuals can register to vote during early voting periods or on the day of a primary or election. • Twenty other states and the District of Columbia already use same-day registration. Early voting in-person • The bill requires two weeks (including two weekends) of early voting in-person for biennial state elections and any municipal elections held on the same day. • The bill requires one week (including one weekend) of early voting in-person for a presidential or state primary and any municipal elections held on the same day. • The bill allows municipalities to opt-in to early voting in-person for any municipal election not held concurrently with another election. Permanent no-excuse mail-in voting • The bill requires the Secretary of the Commonwealth to send out mail-in ballot applications to 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 would be accepted for a biennial state election if mailed on or by Election Day and received by 5 p.m. on the third day after the election. Additional flexibility for local officials • The bill gives municipalities the option to set up secure drop boxes for mail-in ballots. • The bill allows election officials to pre-process mail-in and early voting ballots in advance of Election Day. • The bill gives municipalities discretion as to the use of a check-out list at a polling location. Accommodations for people with disabilities • The bill allows a voter with disabilities to request accommodations from the Secretary of the Commonwealth to vote by mail for state elections. • Accommodations include electronic and accessible instructions, ballot application and ballot and a voter affidavit that can be submitted electronically. Jail-based voting reforms • The bill helps ensure that individuals who are incarcerated who are currently eligible to vote are provided with voting information and materials to exercise their right to vote in every state primary and election. REFORM | SEE PAGE 9

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 15, 2021 Page 5 Ward 5 Councillor Barbara Murphy Endorsed by Malden Police and Malden Fire Unions Special to the Advocate A s election season rounds the final turn, candidates find themselves searching for any advantage they can get heading into Election Day.Few things can put some wind behind a campaign like endorsements of local, community based organizations.When you hit three on three of the most critical in a single race, it’s hard to top.The Committee to Elect Barbara Murphy recently announced that Councillor Murphy has been endorsed in her re-election bid by the Malden Firefighters Local 902, the Malden Superior Officers Union, and the Malden Patrolmen’s Union. “I was pleased to see these organizations want to have a voice in this election” commented Councillor Murphy.“I was also impressed by the serious approach each took to endorsements.With intense interviews, follow up questions, and an honest discussion on past votes taken on public safety, this wasn’t the time for someone to pretend to be someone they are not” further commented Murphy.“It’s easy to forget that these brave men and women have continued to answer the call of duty throughout this pandemic.For them Thank You... once again for your support and signatures of confidence placing me on the ballot as I continue to make Malden a better place to live, work, and play. Barbara Murphy Ward 5 Councillor there is no work at home option.I’m honored to support them and honored they support me.” Councillor Barbara Murphy has been the Ward 5 Councillor for 10 years, during which time she has played a leadership role in the city’s finances.She has been a vocal proponent for public safety matters, and has led the way for Ward 5 in reducing speeding through lowering the speed limit citywide, utilizing technology like speed radar signs to gather critical data, and spearheading infrastructure improvements to improve pedestrian safety.Murphy has been a vocal proponent for public safety in the city, and the rare endorsements from these organizations are a signal to the public that Murphy will always make public safety a priority. Library lecture to highlight joy of fine art prints E lizabeth Rudy, the Carl A. Weyerhaeuser Curator of Prints at the Harvard Art Museums, will present “The Inexhaustible Joy of Prints,” a discussion of her daily work of teaching and talking about fine art prints. This one-hour, virtual talk will be held on Wednesday, October 20 at 6:30 p.m. Rudy is responsible for the objects in the museums’ print collection, which spans the Renaissance to the contemporary era. Her research focuses on prints of the 18th and 19th centuries, with particular interests in etching, book illustration and works by the artist Pierre-Paul Prud’hon. The series is part of the Malden Public Library’s current exhibition “The Fine Art of Prints and Printmaking,” which is now on display in the Converse Memorial Building’s Giso-Nutall Gallery. Vote Tuesday, November 2nd Re-Elect Craig Spadafora Councillor-At-Large (Pol. Adv.) Elizabeth Rudy The program is supported in part by a grant from the Malden Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency. To register go to maldenpubliclibrary.org/browse-mpl/ events-programs/ or for more information contact the Library at 781-324-0218.

Page 6 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 15, 2021 Malden Today, Tomorrow and Yesterday – Charlie Farren performs By Peter F. Levine C harlie Farren continues to amaze. His recent opening slot for Gary Cherone’s side project SlipKid was another wonderful example of why Charlie still matters. Working solo, center stage at the Blue Ocean Music Hall this night, Charlie charmed the large gathering with stories from the past, the present and future: The beginnings, the reach for stardom, balancing family and career and fi nally understanding that the fi nal SABATINO INSURANCE AGENCY Call for a Quote 617-387-7466 Or email Rocco@sabatino-ins.com We cover: * Auto * Home * Boat * Renter * Condo * Life * Multi-Policy Discounts * Commercial 10% Discounts * Registry Service Also Available http://www.sabatino-ins.com SABATINO 564 Broadway Everett, MA 02149 617-387-7466 Hours of Operation are: Mondays - Fridays 9am to 5pm Saturdays by appointment only act, even if it is opening up for old friend and fellow Maldonian Gary Cherone, ain’t so bad. Realizing that you are still able to sing your songs to an admiring audience with dignity and respect as the wise old(er) sage of music. That’s really good stuff ! Here’s a little bit more background on Charlie. Charlie was born at the Whidden in Everett in 1953. His father was from Belfast and came to the U.S. at nine years old in 1927 via Ellis Island. Charlie once told the All-Media Guide: “Everyone in my family would sing in full voice without hesitation. I later was surprised to learn that people were generally shy to sing out. My dad had a Sears Silvertone guitar that I still share with my three sisters. He was the fi rst one to inspire me to play. [We] grew up in Malden, my older sister has a band that played a mix of Gaelic and Jewish music, and they played professionally, which I thought was extremely cool. I was also very moved by the Beatles and remain so moved today. I dabbled with guitar in eighth through 12th grade before becoming a lead singer, giving up the guitar as a performing instrument.” More on this uber successful Maldonian in the near future. Massachusetts residents will get these... • You remember Jordan Marsh, Filene’s, Raymond’s, Grants, Bradlees, Caldor, Zayre and Ann & Hope. • You refer to Savin Hill as “Stab ‘n Kill.” • You’ve never eaten at DurginPark but recommend it to tourists. • You can’t look at the zip code 02134 without singing it. Charlie Farren is pictured at Blue Ocean Music Hall. (Courtesy Photo) • You voted for a Republican Mormon as Governor just to screw with the rest of the country. • 11 p.m.? Drunk? It means one thing: Kowloon! • 2 a.m.? Drunk? It means one thing: Kelly’s Roast Beef! The one on Revere Beach not the one on Route 1. • 5 a.m.? Drunk? It means one thing: You wish you had a blanket in your back seat. • You know that P-town isn’t the name of a new rap group. Back by popular demand! Here we have the 1968 Beebe Jr. High School (“Beebe Jr. Hive” staff ) off ering up comical takes on fi ctional books on popular students at the time. Lifted from a Beebe Jr. High 1968 Beebe Jr. Hive – “Beebe Books”: “How to Fly” by Tommy Walsh – Tommy did 30 years on the Malden Fire Department and owned “District 7” in Malden Square for a short period before “Mystic Station.” “That’s Life!” by “Mac” Singleton – Mac was a gym teacher at Beebe at that time and went on to become a living legend. Now deceased, still missed every day, by everybody. “Never On Sunday” by Stevie McLean (of the Pine Street McLeans) – Stevie was Bobby and Billy’s oldest brother and was a standup guy. “I Was a Teenage Java Man” by Robert “Rab” Powers – Rab and his sisters Candy and Cheryl as well as brothers Scotty and Keith owned Whitman Street back when Charlie Moreno was inventing the spuckie roll at the corner of Highland and Whitman. “My Three-Year Vacation At Beebe” by Robert “Rab” Powers. Everybody who knows Rab loves him. Everybody who knows Rab knows he marches to the beat of his own drum. “Rough Tough Cream Puff” by Freddie McCarthy – Freddie was a gentle giant (still to this day, actually) as well as a gentleman back when he was hitting moon shots off the Irish American roof as a 12-year-old. His sisMALDEN: TODAY | SEE PAGE 10 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 15, 2021 Page 7 Melrose Arts & Crafts Society monthly meeting – Oct. 25 O n October 25, the Melrose Arts & Crafts Society will be having its monthly meeting at 9 a.m. in the First Baptist Church at 561 Main St. in Melrose. Instead of classes, we will focus on making fleece blankets for sick children in hospitals. After this, we will have a short business meeting that will also include a discussion about our Annual Exhibit to be held on November 6 at the First Congregational Church at 121 West Foster St. in Melrose from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. After the business meeting, the program will be the Annual Auction. Members donate personal, household or gift items (new or gently used), and one of our members acts as auctioneer. There is a lot of laughter and fun. If you are interested in checking us out, this is a great meeting to do so, and remember to bring some money – you never know what will be auctioned off. Dessert, tea and coffee will be served after the meeting. There will also be sign-up sheets for future classes. Please join us on November 6 for our Annual Exhibit and sale. You will be able to speak to our members about their work, purchase handmade items and ask any questions you have about membership. For more information about the Annual Exhibit, please call Chairperson Helene Friends of Fellsmere Heights present Issues & Answers from Malden City Council Ward Candidates F riends of Fellsmere Heights (FoFH), a nonprofit, 501(3)(c) grassroots community organization, reached out to Malden’s candidates for ward-based seats on the City Council with four questions concerning community use of the former Malden Hospital land bordering Malden’s Olmsted-designed Fellsmere Park and Medford’s Fulton Heights neighborhood, traffic issues and natural outdoor space. The following 10 candidates chose not to respond to this survey: Paul Condon (Ward 2), Glen Curtis (Ward 3), Peg Crowe (Ward 1), Jeff Donohue (Ward 4), Jerry Leone (Ward 6), Michelle A. Luong (Ward 7), Barbara Murphy (Ward 5), Nadege Philippe (Ward 1), Jadeane Sica (Ward 8) and Chris Simonelli (Ward 7). We are grateful to the five candidates who responded for their time and attention, and their views are shared verbatim. Their replies are listed in alphabetical order by last name. FoFH does not endorse candidates and does not take a position on these questions. To learn more about FoFH, visit www. fellsmereheights.org. Question 1: Community Use of the Former Malden Hospital Land Lori Howley, executive director of Communications at MelroseWakefield Healthcare (MWH), has told the community that they are evaluating options for the Malden Hospital land that will allow them to balance the delivery of medical care with the community’s interests, which have been identified through an intercity survey as follows: 1. A multi-use, natural grass, open field; 2. A multiuse indoor community space; 3. Connecting and memorializing the Hospital through a walkway/stairway; 4. A children’s natural playscape; 5. Maximized natural habitat preservation; 6. Improved transportation. How can the city best work with the community and MWH to realize these goals? Nate Bae Kupel (Ward 8): “Robust and language accessible communications between the healthcare system, our city and residents. The establishment of a community advisory group to guide the process. A plan to involve input from relevant committees and commissions to ensure the accessibility and inclusivity of the green space/playscape/community space designs.” Amanda Linehan (Ward 3): “I’m proud to have obtained a commitment from MWH to deliver a significant amount of REVIEW | SEE PAGE 11 100 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 ~ SMOKER’S DELIGHT ~ R.Y.O. TOBACCO ----------TUBES 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! 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Ward 3 hosts Fall Fest on Beebe plaza T he Friends of Oak Grove, Malden Reads, Ward 3 Councillor Amanda Linehan and Ward 3 School Committee member Jennifer Spadafora invite community members to a Fall Festival on the Beebe School plaza on Saturday, Oct. 23 from noon to 2 p.m. The event will include pumpkins to decorate or take home, festive treats, music and a fallthemed photo backdrop for picture taking. Malden Reads will also be hosting a “pet parade” as part of the festival, with book-themed pet costumes highly encouraged! The festival is free and open to all ages. For more information, contact Councillor Linehan at alinehan@cityofmalden.org or 781-873-9224.

Page 8 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 15, 2021 Malden City Council gets details on Northeast Vocational’s $317M new school project Malden's share of the project would be $36M, spread over 30 years of payments By Steve Freker hey didn’t need any further validation, but they got some when a gas leak required some deeper inspection at Northeast Metropolitan Vocational High School. "We had to open up some walls and we got a real close look at the water pipes, the electrical system and it was really apparent," Northeast Supt. David DiBari said in a presentation to the Malden City Council Tuesday night, on a proposal to build a new school. "It was clear we are at the end. The infrastructure is so outdated it is close to being beyond use. "The building is old, it is dying and coming to an end," Supt. DiBari said of the 50-year-old school building. "The students and families of the future deserve better," DiBari and a team of consultants and planners gave an inside look at a proposal to construct a new, four-story school Representatives of the Northeast Metropolitan Vocational High School talked details of a new school facility plan at the Malden City Council meeting Tuesday. (Courtesy Photo) on the same school footprint, alongside the existing school. Much of the discussion reTo Do: Take a Vacation Replace Windows Pay Tuition volved around fi nances, as the Northeast team is in the midst of a traveling series of meetings ACC BOARDS | FROM PAGE 1 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 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 tion Boards (AAC Boards). AAC Boards are in the process of being installed at all Malden school playgrounds. These boards display photos, symbols and/or illustrations to help facilitate communication and improve access to communication for those with diff erent communication needs. This includes autistic students, those with emotional disabilities and those with speech and language processing delays. This tool helps to create communication by aff ording opportunities where a student can point or gesture to the symbol(s) on the AAC Board. The symbols are used in schools and this initiative will now bring this mode of communication to Malden’s school playgrounds. The AAC Boards initiative came about through the work and advocacy of Malden's Disability Commission. The Commission assists the City of Malden and its residents in bringing about full integration and participation of people of all abilities. At one of its monthly meetings, Imene Bouziane Saidi, a Malbefore City Councils and other municipal governing boards which will decide on supporting the project or not. PROJECT | SEE PAGE 14 den Public School parent spoke during Public Comment and described the importance of AAC Boards and how they can assist students. As a mother of three boys, one of which benefi ted from having an AAC device to bolster his language and communication needs, she suggested that the Disability Commission consider advocating for the inclusion of the AAC boards on school playgrounds. “I’m grateful to Imene Bouziane Saidi and the Disability Commission for coming forward and advocating for this positive addition to school playgrounds,” said Mayor Christenson. “This is a great tool for children of diff ering abilities to better communicate and feel supported and included.” With her help and in collaboration with the Mayor’s Office and School Administration, the members of the Disability Commission worked to obtain a license for the boards through Communication Is Key, secure a local printer to produce the boards (Sign Art) and identify the playgrounds where to install them. T

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Page 10 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 15, 2021 Public Safety Day MALDEN: TODAY | FROM PAGE 6 ter Michelle (Valente) McCarthy a sweetheart to this very day. “Today Malden! Tomorrow the World” by Neil Spadafora – rest in peace to one of the more “colorful” Spadaforas (insert great big smiley face here). “Two Heads Are Worse Than One” by Freddie “Moocow” McCarthy & Bobby “Harry” Harrison – Harry Harrison! One of the coolest cats Malden has ever produced! If you never saw Harry throw ropes from the deepest part of every park in the city, then you missed some amazing feats of athletic ability. “This is the end, beautiful Councillor-at-Large candidate Karen Colón Hayes is pictured with Maldonians Kathi Sheridan, her daughter Keryn and granddaughter Hailey at the recent Public Safety Day at the Linden School. (Courtesy photo) ~ Political Endorsement ~ Carey McDonald endorsed by Dee Campbell-Tompkins will cast one of my three votes for Carey. Here’s why I am and I hope you will too. Considering Carey’s individual I talents and accomplishments, as well as my belief that he would be a valuable asset to the City Council. I am confident that, as Councillor-at-Large he will serve each of Malden’s eight Wards with great skill and integrity. Malden is so fortunate that the McDonalds chose Malden. Having family roots in the area, but growing up in the Midwest, Carey brings a fresh perspective, as well as his education, skills and experience to the city he loves! With education in non-profit management, volunteer work in the community, experience in the state Legislative process, leadership in his role as an executive for a national non-profit organization, I believe Malden is the winner with Carey. When casting your vote, it is also important to know of Carey’s firm commitment to equity, inclusion, vision and impact. Take it from an almost lifelong Maldonian and very concerned citizen, Carey McDonald will be a key player in helping to bring Malden forward. Vote Carey McDonald for Councillor-at-Large. Sincerely, Dee Campbell-Tompkins Ward 2 friend, this is the end, my only friend, the end” – “Malden Police Officer Mike Hardiman, now retired, offered up this wonderful Malden slice of life via Facebook: “After the Malden High School football game I stopped in to see my old buddy and my favorite pharmacist, Lenny Heitin. Wanted to make plans to hook up and go out and grab a bite to eat, but he was leaving to go back to Florida Saturday. When I was on the police force, I used to stop in, when I worked days especially, for my morning coffee because there were a cast of characters there, and it was a laugh a minute. One of the characters was ‘Nomma the Bomber.’ A number of years ago they were filming the movie Cheers in Boston, and a lot of the movie crew were staying at an apartment building at the corner Pleasant and Summer. One of the directors and a producer for the movie, was staying in that apartment building, and came into the Elmwood every morning for coffee, before he took the train in town to film. He loved the place, he said we have nothing like this out in LA, and he was talking about doing a sitcom on the Elmwood PharFOR LEASE - COMMERCIAL PROPERTY macy. Couldn’t get over the characters that came in. He included Lenny and me on that list of characters, because he said, out in LA, the police don’t even get out of their cruisers, you would never find a police officer sitting in a pharmacy, shooting the breeze, and laughing with the customers. The Elmwood had some real interesting customers. Lenny was my old skiing buddy, from my Killington days. He asked me if I wanted to ski in January, because he’s coming up for two weeks to ski, and I told him I haven’t skied since I was 60. But at 82 he is still skiing, and when he’s in Florida, he says he gets up every morning, and because his place is on the beach, he walks three miles in the morning and three at night, so when I come down this winter, he said you’re gonna have to keep up me! We both also use the VA for part of our health insurance needs. He told me he was stationed in New York and Japan while in the military, and one day in 1961 they flew him into South Vietnam, above Da Nang. He said he was there for eight days treating and taking blood samples from a bunch of C.I.A. agents, and American “advisers” that came down with hepatitis. I knew he was a pharmacist in the service, but I never knew he left the states. So, the moral of the story is, I’m going to have to go to Florida to take him out to dinner.” Postscript: And with the blink of an eye, the latest chapter in the long history of the Saint Rocco Feast has closed; 91 years and still going strong. We who grew up in Edgeworth all have our favorite or memorable San Rocco stories of the past. It is hard to believe that for me this will have been my 54th year on the black hardtop of Pearl Street. On a long-ago Monday night in the year of the “Impossible Dream,” 1967, big brother Joe took me to the Saint Rocco fireworks display at Devir Park. I have been a Saint Rocco regular ever since. Growing up, the Feast was considered the highlight of our summer. We knew that the school year was rapidly approaching, that the summer was on its way out and that we would have one last weekend to let loose before schoolwork came crashing down on us. I think, for me and a lot of others, it is the continuity of the event that we take to heart. The way you can set your inner clock to the “Feast.” That second weekend in August, every year. That PRIME LOCATION: Located on Revere Beach Parkway, Everett 6,500 Sq. Ft. Building, Showroom and Garage with 4 Overhead Doors. Call 617-389-4527 “organic connection to the heart and mind” that those of us who grew up in Edgeworth all feel. So, whether you’re full Italian, half Italian, married to an Italian, Italian for one weekend a year, or anything else in between, Viva Saint Rocco and see you next summer on Pearl Street.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 15, 2021 Page 11 CANDIDATES | FROM PAGE 7 open space on the Malden Hospital land in my first term representing Ward 3. Repairing the strained relationship between Malden and MWH was my #1 priority as a new Councillor, and they’ve become a very responsive partner, even during the pandemic. To move these goals to fruition, we need a robust community engagement process, something I’ve insisted on and which MWH has agreed to do thanks to my advocacy.” Ryan O’Malley (Ward 4): “Through the leadership of Ward 3 Councillor Amanda Linehan, the Malden Hospital site is finally close to being repurposed after decades of inaction. The best way the city can work with the community and MWH is to reelect Councillor Linehan who represents the people of Ward 3. We both agree that a community driven vision that preserves as much open space and public amenities as possible is crucial to the success of any proposal.” Ari Taylor (Ward 5): “It is extremely importunity to listen to the residents. This land was gifted to city for the community. We should be honoring the intent of the giver. The city should facilitate open transparent conversations that are accessible to the residents on several platforms and available translated for both written and verbal communication.” Stephen Winslow (Ward 6): “The best way for the community to ensure the Hospital site furthers its vision is to continue to refine its ideas for the site. For instance, I participated in a planning effort for the Malden Hospital site with local architect students and the Friends.” Question 2: Traffic One of the recurring problems in every Malden neighborhood is traffic, not just in terms of commute times or delays on major arteries, but around peoples’ homes. How would you address traffic issues at the neighborhood level? Nate Bae Kupel (Ward 8): “Traffic studies to account for the range of vehicles (including access for emergency vehicles) that will require access to and from the facility. Review of reasonable traffic and speeding mitigation tools like speed bumps, and abutter access only time tables. Research into potentially limiting GPS navigation apps from re-routing traffic down side streets during peak hours.” Amanda Linehan (Ward 3): “Last week, I held a very well-attended hybrid community meeting (in person and on Zoom) to tackle problems of traffic and speeding throughout Ward 3. Thanks to resident input the DPW, Police, Fire and Engineering departments are exploring traffic-calming steps with me, such as speed tables, chicanes and center-line bollards, and we are working with DCR to step up enforcement and modify state roads like East Border and Fellsway East to be narrower, with wider bike and pedestrian infrastructure.” Ryan O’Malley (Ward 4): “I support Councillor Steve Winslow (running in Ward 6) and his proposal to reform the Traffic Commission into a ‘Transportation Commission’ with resident members sitting on the body. Residents are best equipped to understand the transportation needs in our community and they deserve a seat at the table. By obtaining millions of dollars Federal and State grants I have helped make our roads and sidewalks so that they are safer for all users.” Ari Taylor (Ward 5): “We need a transportation planner. Our streets and traffic lights were designed for a different time. In order to keep up with the ebb and flow of traffic and the needs of today’s society. We need someone to study the traffic patterns and create solutions that will not only alleviate traffic but aid in reducing emissions and allowing options for all of us.” Stephen Winslow (Ward 6): “I have been a strong supporter of hiring a Transportation Planner, developing a Transit Action Plan and the City’s Complete Streets Policy so that we have plans and pursue funds to help with mobility of all Maldonians no matter their age or mode of transportation.” Question 3, Part 1: Outdoor Space During the pandemic, the value of natural outdoor space became more obvious to all of us. But Malden in 2017 had the fifth lowest amount of outdoor space per person in the state, and our population is growing. What can you do in your ward to increase the amount of natural outdoor space and shade trees available to residents? Nate Bae Kupel (Ward 8): “Continue implementation and planning of recommendations set forth by the Route 99/Broadway Corridor Framework Plan to increase tree inventory, pocket parks, and green spaces. Build out community gardens along the bike path in Ward 8 like we have downtown; investigate programs and grants to offer container gardens for residents and tenants. Conduct research on potential pocket parks in sections of our neighborhood.” Amanda Linehan (Ward 3): “I’m proud to serve on our Community Forestry Committee which is starting a citywide tree inventory, and I support placing stronger restrictions on tree removals when developers and large projects in neighborhoods are before the Council. I have a strong record of doing so in my first term. Through our CPC, we’re expanding the usable space at Patchell Park and Fellsmere Pond, and I hope to see a future proposal for Amerige, as well as an outdoor component to the new Courthouse Arts Center project.” Ryan O’Malley (Ward 4): “Since 2016, hundreds of street trees have been planted in Ward 4. I am also the founder of the city’s Community Forestry Plan Advisory Committee which helped conduct a complete citywide street tree inventory. I support paying our DPW workers more, hiring more DPW workers, and restoring the DPW site so that it no longer floods every time it rains.” Ari Taylor (Ward 5): “Our best option is to utilize the space we have by creating pocket parks, urban gardens and encouraging businesses to incorporate greenspace where possible. We also need to create a parks department to keep our parks clean safe and toxin free.” Stephen Winslow (Ward 6): “I will be working to add trees on streets and Trafton Park, I will continue to work to enhance the Northern Strand Trail as was done recently with Joseph’s Garden and collaborate with neighbors to create a natural space on Crescent Lane and Bowman Street.” Question 3, Part 2: Outdoor Space During the pandemic, the value of natural outdoor space became more obvious to all of us. But Malden in 2017 had the 5th lowest amount of outdoor space per person in the state, and our population is growing. What should be done to increase natural outdoor space and shade trees in the city as a whole? Nate Bae Kupel (Ward 8): “Creation of youth ecology employment programs like youth conservation corps to develop and maintain city green space. Deeper investment in our tree inventory across the city and investigate opportunities for local partnerships for fruit-bearing tree pilots. A citywide and ward-byward community garden program along the bike path; grant funding to offer significantly free or significantly reduced resident container gardening.” Amanda Linehan (Ward 3): “I’d like to see Malden incentivize pavement removal in private yards, which contributes to urban heat island effects and also increases pollution and stormwater runoff, and I believe we should use CPC money to preserve unbuildable land citywide. I would like to see us hold commercial properties to a higher standard of green space creation, including bioswales and other retention methods as extreme storms increase, and I support an increase in our tree budget and creation of more pocket parks.” Ryan O’Malley (Ward 4): “I support turning part of the National Grid site at Commercial and Centre Streets into a public park with access to the Malden River Greenway.” Ari Taylor (Ward 5): “I believe the same ward plan can be used at the city level but would also be in favor of large construction projects being required to install natural green space, trees living roofs, etc. to ensure we are reducing our carbon foot print and providing a quality life for all residents.” Stephen Winslow (Ward 6): “I will support the effort to use our street tree survey to add more trees at opportune locations. I will promote the Willow Street Greenway as a means to connect four parks spanning from Lincoln Common to the Salemwood School. 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Page 12 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 15, 2021 Meet the 2021-2022 MHS Varsity Cross-Country Golden Tornadoes Top row, from left to right: B o y s ’ Coach Sean Weldon, Jonathan Brill, Nicholas Wong, Mar cos Ruiz, Crystal Wang, Massi Lam, Ivan Wu, Gordon Zeng, Amari Brown and Girls’ Coach Danae O’Bryan. Front row, from left to right: Nick Duggan, V inn y T hai, Hadjar Yousfi, Brian Vences, Cindy Nguyen, Emma SpigneseSmolinsk y , Katrina Chang and Sandra Li. Malden High School Varsity Cross-Country captains/seniors, from left to right: Massi Lam, Katrina Chang, Cindy Nguyen, Crystal Wang, Marcos Ruiz and Nicholas Wong. The underclassmen on the varsity team Introducing the Mystic Valley Regional Charter School Middle School Cross-Country Team. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino)

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 15, 2021 Page 13 Meet the 2021-2022 MHS Girls’ Varsity Soccer Team Malden High School Girls’ Varsity Soccer: Bottom row, from left to right: Beatriz Souza Santos, Catherine Santos, Karen Rivera, Lenisa Wilson, Emma Smith-Benzan, Mica Avellan, Tia Sljuka, Olivia Donahue, Mackenzie Jenkins and Nicole Zeng. Top row, from left to right: Head Coach Rick Caceda, Julia Swanson, Sarah Henry, Tori Gammon, Thora Henry, Leyla Rodriguez, Cynthia Dominguez, Rena Centeio, Kayleen Denis, Sara Dzaferagic, Addison McWayne, Molly Sewell and Alyssa Mini. Seniors: Bottom row from left to right: Lenisa Wilson, Mica Avellan, Emma Smith-Benzan and Karen Rivera; top row, from left to right: Cynthia Dominguez, Rena Centeio, Kayleen Denis and Captains Oliva Donahue, Molly Sewell and Sara Dzaferagic. The juniors, standing from left to right: Catherine Santos, Leyla Rodriguez, Tia Sljuka and Nicole Zeng. The Co-Captains are pictured standing from left to right – Sara Dzaferagic, Olivia Donahue and Molly Sewell – with Head Coach Enrique “Rick” Caceda. The sophomores: kneeling, from left to right: Victoria Gammon and Beatriz Souza Santos; standing, from left to right: Sarah Henry, Emma Smith-Benzan, Alyssa Mini and Thora Henry. Freshmen Makenzie Jenkins and Addison McWayne (at left) made the varsity team. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino)

Page 14 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 15, 2021 GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE NOTEBOOK: Everett boys and girls soccer heating up; Malden girls volleyball in huge comeback win over Revere By Steve Freker T he Crimson Tide of Everett High soccer fortunes are heating up on both the boys and girls teams in recent days. Everett boys’ soccer registered a pair of valuable wins over Greater Boston League leader Medford and third-place holder Malden to soar within a point of the top spot in the league standings. Everett claimed a 2-2 tie with Medford to improve to 7-1-2 in the GBL. Senior Luan Cruz scored both goals for the Tide, as Everett rallied back from 2-0 and 2-1 deficits. Everett also earned a 3-1 win over Malden in recent games. Dan Cadet was the #1 star for the Tide, scoring two goals for Everett while Gui Meireles added a single goal. Aman Chetri scored the lone goal for Malden. Malden (5-3-5 overall) got a heartbreaking tie with nonleaguer Winthrop on Saturday at home, as the visiting Viking scored the game-tying goal with only 2 seconds left to play. Everett girls took a 2-1 victory over Malden. Garcia supplied the offense for the Crimson Tide, scoring twice for Everett, for all the offense. Malden High girls’ volleyball in comeback win over Revere, 3-2 Malden High girls’ volleyball nears tourney spot with comeback win over Revere, 3-2 It looked bleak for Malden girls’ volleyball for a good part of the night Wednesday, but it sure got a lot brighter in a hurry. Trailing 2-1 in sets, dropping Malden High girls’ volleyball and head coach Dan Jurkowski held their "Pink Out" game on Wednesday and pulled put a big comeback win over visiting Revere, 3-2. (Advocate Photo) Malden needs to go at least 2-21 or 3-2 in its last five games to get a postseason berth in the MIAA Division 1 State Boys Soccer Tournament. Everett Girls Soccer knocks off Malden, 2-1 The Everett High girls soccer team topped Malden, 2-1 and fell to Medford, 3-2 in the past week of games. Against Medford, sophomore captain Layla Betancur-Cardona and freshman Yelsa Garcia scored goals for the Crimson Tide. ~ Guest Commentary ~ Going Woke: An Insider’s Look at Corporate America’s “Social Justice Scam” By Dr. Richard D. Kocur Coca-Cola, Google, Delta Airlines, Blackrock, Unilever, and Facebook. On its face, this list may sound like a great investment portfolio. Instead, as shown in a new book by former biotech CEO Vivek Ramaswamy, these companies serve as the posterchildren of woke capitalism. Ramaswamy, author of Woke, Inc.- Inside Corporate America’s Social Justice Scam, uses examples from these companies, and many others, to assert his belief that woke organizations who signal commitments to various social causes do so to scam consumers with “the illusion that by engaging in normal acts of consumption we’re fulfilling our social obligations.” Said another way, consumers are being scammed to believe that supporting the right companies with our money somehow makes the world a better place. Ramaswamy’s wide-ranging book clearly comes down in support of traditional shareholder capitalism—where the main duty of a company is the commitment to driving value for its shareholders. This is juxtaposed with many of the examples the author provides of stakeholder capitalism—defined by corporations that believe they have a duty to address the societal issues important to their stakeholders, such as climate change and racism. The obvious implication is that anyone could be a stakeholder and thus all issues facing society are issues worthy of corporate attention and support or opposition. Even without the information presented in Woke, Inc., one can see stakeholder capitalism at play in the corporate actions following the death of George Floyd and the passage of Georgia’s voting law. In one of the more interesting points in the book, the author links the increasingly woke actions of corporations with an ever-growing political divide; in essence, using companies as proxies to signal political identity. Ramaswamy states, “When corporations take sides in America’s partisan culture war, they’re not just signaling their tribe, they’re selling you an easy way to signal yours.” The author’s point is exemplified by the tug-of-war over Goya Foods. When Goya Foods’ CEO Robert Unanue lauded President Donald Trump, Goya was immediately subject to boycotts and protests. If one purchased Goya products it signaled support for Trump, whereas conversely if one boycotted Goya, it was a statement in opposition to Trump. This trend is not just dangerous for companies like Goya, but for our democratic process in general. A preference for a particular soft drink, clothing brand, or chicken sandwich should have no bearing on political affiliation or social connections. Ramaswamy also provides additional background on the rise of woke capitalism by noting the influence of big tech, academia, foreign governments, and what he calls the “new managerial class.” And though these areas are connected to the actions of many of today’s corporations, the author misses an opportunity to delve more deeply into the significant influence of social media, particularly Twitter, when it comes to corporate motivations. In addition, the reader of Woke, Inc. will likely be left wanting when it comes to solutions for stemming the influence of woke corporations. For example, the author’s proposal for protecting the speech rights of employees within a woke corporation are too legalistic and, frankly, unrealistic to consider viable. Lastly, while the actions of woke corporations are apparent and harmful, their true motivation for such actions are not entirely clear. Ramaswamy’s assertion that these corporations are purposefully using woke causes as an opportunity to increase profits at times borders on the conspiratorial. Nonetheless, Woke, Inc. is an informative and enlightening book on the current state of corporate America and provides good background for those interested in learning more about stakeholder capitalism. Despite some of its shortcomings, it’s a book that can arm consumers with something more valuable than the buying power of any coupon. It provides them with the knowledge to make informed decisions about what, when, why, and from whom they buy. —Dr. Richard D. Kocur is an assistant professor of business at Grove City College. He specializes in marketing and business strategy and has over 25 years of experience in the healthcare industry. both by the two-point minimum, Malden fought back and took another very close decision to win the fourth set and tie the match at 2-2. Malden kept on task in the fifth and deciding set, winning by a 15-11 margin to win the match. Revere fell to 8-9 overall with the loss while Malden improved to 8-4 with the win. Malden was especially excited since they were billing the game as a fundraiser "Pink Out" game to further Breast Cancer Research.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 15, 2021 Page 15 FORUM | FROM PAGE 1 noting some recent progress on some here and now issues. "Just this month we kicked off a series of meetings on a conversion of the Malden Courthouse to a potential community arts center; welcomed a $300,000 grant to pursue a revamp of the Fellsmere Pond area; and renewed discussions on the future of the Malden Hospital site, without any plans for housing or a school on that site." Ward 4 challenger Jeffrey Donahue, who formerly held that Council seat and lost two successive attempts to return as ward councillor in 2007 and then again in 2015, set the tone for the debate in that ward right away. Donahue mixed in criticism of the incumbent with some statements on his own vision for Malden. Donahue said he is a lifelong Malden resident with his family going back five generations in Malden. "I see a lot of stuff going on with the City Council with our ward councillor (O'Malley) that is very divisive behavior," Donahue said. "It gets to the point where we say 'is this where we are going as a community?' " "Do we really want a bus lane going from Sonny's Car Wash up Rt. 60 through Malden Square? Do we want property taken in Oak Grove so that a strand can go from Melrose to Malden Square? This is what we're focusing on?" Donahue said. "We need public safety addressed and more support for our police department. We need equipment for the DPW. We don't need games of 'gotcha' up there and filing FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) requests. What I find troubling is the day I filed for the election, Councillor O'Malley immediately filed a FOIA request seeing if any department heads or City Councilors had any contact with me. Our ward has suffered immensely. There are people who don't feel they're being represented and it's time for a change," Donahue added. Councillor O'Malley in his opening statement said "my opponent will try and portray me as someone who does not collaborate but we all know that just is not true as we have accomplished so much over the past five years. We now have public comment at City Council meetings. We have removed over 1,000 lead lines. All one has to do is look at Malden Center to see the fruit of our labors." O'Malley cited the "hard work of police and public safety departments" in helping the city's progress. The incumbent also said that this election "is a pivotal moment for Malden. We are still battling a historic public health crisis and we as a city cannot afford to move backwards." O'Malley said, "My opponent had over eight years to accomplish his goals but he couldn't deliver." If reelected, O'Malley said his goals would include:"Protecting public assets, including parks, schools and other public buildings. We will continue to invest in our infrastructure, including safe roads for all users, including motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists. I will hold government accountable, by exposing government corruption and ethics violations, each and every time I see them." "Together we can grow the local Malden economy by 2,500 new jobs by 2025, '25 by 25'." Councillor O'Malley said. "With my experience and leadership we can grow these bold visions together." The Council candidates also answered a series of questions, some of them are continued here. (The following question was submitted from the Malden Advocate) Q:Do you believe there is a sense of unity, or not, in Malden and what value do you place on promoting and supporting unity in this community and how would you do that, if elected this year? Ward 1 incumbent Crowe said: "I do believe there is a sense of unity (in Malden). I think social media does divide us at times. We need to have real conversations and get to know people in our community, figuring out how to work together. One you know a person and what they stand for, you can really get to make a difference." Ward 3 incumbent Linehan said: "I place a high value on unity. One of our strengths on the City Council is that we don't always agree, but we respect each other's perspectives." Linehan also noted that there are positives and negatives with social media, with many people becoming newly-generated "commentators". "But with Facebook, the technology allows you to reach over 3,000 people immediately. That means something." Ward 3 challenger Curtis: "Unity is huge. The camaraderie we have developed during the pandemic has brought us all together. We have to continue that." Curtis said if elected he will "always be there for everyone. That would be the top priority." Curtis said, "Now is the time to get out there and meet people. Everyone has a voice and should be heard." Ward 4 incumbent O'Malley: "In 2016 when I first joined the Council, unfortunately the Council was very divided, very dysfunctional." O'Malley said progress has been made since then. "But coming together with my colleagues we were able to put an end to that in 2017. Malden is more united now than it has ever been. We are unified against government corruption, we are unified against city of Malden officials breaking the law and stealing public tax dollars from us. This is something that was happening before 2016”. "It was not uncommon to read in the newspapers that public officials were stealing our tax dollars. It was so bad we didn't even know how much money they were stealing from us. So I think the residents of Malden are definitely unified when it comes to this," O'Malley said. "We are also unified against xenophobia. We are unified against racism and homophobia, Islamophobia, anti-Semitism. "For people that are losing power because their politics are no longer palatable for the vast majority of Maldonians to portray what is going on in our community as divisive is simply not true, it's not truth. And truth over lies is what's going to change our community and what people are going to vote for in November. So I do think we are very united and I look forward to serving in November." Ward 4 challenger Donahue: "Unity is all around us, you just have to look for it. Look at what just went down on Pearl Street at the stadium with First Responders; look at the summer basketball leagues, the Soccer Nights. I know who makes my coffee in the morning, the students who go to school with my kids. The unity is here in Malden, you just have to go find it. "Malden has made strides in the last 20 years and how far we have come to have unity. But for people to say there was divisiveness and 'I saved the Council,' I really find that troubling. Because the divisiveness starts in Ward 4." Donahue then continued to direct remarks toward incumbent Councilor O'Malley: "You talk about how 'we brought this Council back'. You've filed FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) requests on almost every one of your colleagues. "To sit here and say that 'we brought this Council back' and I'm not palatable, I lost by 4 votes against Jim Nestor (in 2007), that's hardly your community saying they don't want you. And when you and I ran head-to-head (in 2015) it was 30 votes," Donahue said. "But since that time, the divisiveness that has gone on has affected our Ward and our constituents. We need representation that can foster relationships, work with other Councillors and get things done." (The following question was submitted from the Malden Chamber of Commerce) Q: What is your opinion on the planned expansion of Mystic Valley Charter School into Maplewood Square? Ward 1 incumbent Crowe: "It was a shock to everyone when this plan was first made public. It's not a good fit for the city. Maplewood is one of the true squares in the city and we want to preserve it.... we want to have a better Malden, not a better charter school." Ward 3 challenger Glen Curtis: "Schools don't need permitting from the city but they also don't have the right to put something in a neighborhood that doesn't want it or need it. We should be able to have a discussion about this. I don't understand the animosity and the fighting. We should run the city like a business and make decisions that way." Ward 3 Councillor Linehan: "A lot of constituents (have expressed to me) that this (plan) is not good for Maplewood Square. We have to listen to residents' concerns on this issue and get on a better path." Ward 4 challenger Donahue: "Finding out on social media (about this plan) was a punch in the gut. I feel bad for the businesses; there are some really thriving businesses down there. This blindsided everyone, there has to be more discussion." Ward 4 incumbent O'Malley: "This has been in the works for over 20 years and (Mystic Valley Charter) has now taken over a huge part of the city. We are losing the character of this comFORUM | SEE PAGE 17 ~ 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. MI21P5159EA Estate of: Kathleen F. Jeskey Date of Death: 08/18/2021 CITATION ON PETITION FOR FORMAL ADJUDICATION To all interested persons: A Petition for Formal Adjucation of Intestacy and Appointment of Personal Representative has been filed by Patricia M. Earle of Naples, FL requesting that the Court enter a formal Decree and Order and for such other relief as requested in the Petition. The Petitioner requests that: Patricia M. Earle of Naples, FL be appointed as Personal Representative(s) of said estate to serve Without Surety on the bond in unsupervised administration. IMPORTANT NOTICE You have the right to obtain a copy of the Petition from the Petitioner or at the Court. You have a right to object to this proceeding. To do so, you or your attorney must file a written appearance and objection at this Court before: 10:00 a.m. on the return day of 11/04/2021. This is NOT a hearing date, but a deadline by which you must file a written appearance and objection if you object to this proceeding. If you fail to file a timely written appearance and objection followed by an affidavit of objections within thirty (30) days of the return day, action may be taken without further notice to you. UNSUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION UNDER THE MASSACHUSETTS UNIFORM PROBATE CODE (MUPC) A Personal Representative appointed under the MUPC in an unsupervised administration is not required to file an inventory or annual accounts with the Court. Persons interested in the estate are entitled to notice regarding the administration directly from the Personal Representative and may petition the Court in any matter relating to the estate, including the distribution of assets and expenses of administration. WITNESS, Hon. Maureen H. Monks, First Justice of this Court. Date: October 07, 2021 TARA E. DeCRISTOFARO REGISTER OF PROBATE October 15, 2021

Page 16 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 15, 2021 Carolyn Dykema (D-Holliston). Beacon Hill Roll Call By Bob Katzen A NOTE FROM BOB KATZEN, PUBLISHER OF BEACON HILL ROLL CALL: Join more than 22,000 people, from movers and shakers to political junkies and interested citizens, who start their weekday morning with MASSterList – the popular newsletter that chronicles news and informed analysis about what going on up on Beacon Hill, Massachusetts politics, policy, media and influence in Massachusetts. The stories are drawn from major news organizations as well as specialized publications selected by widely acclaimed and highly experienced writers Chris Van Buskirk and Keith Regan who introduce each article in their own clever and never-boring inimitable way. MASSterlist will be e-mailed to you FREE every Monday through Friday morning and will give you a leg up on what’s happening in the blood sport of Bay State politics. For more information and to get your free subscription go to: www.massterlist.com/subscribe THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Hill Roll Call records local representatives' and senators' votes on roll calls from the week of October 4-8. HENS (H 4194) House 156-1, approved a bill that would make changes and put Massachusetts in line with other larger egg-producing states that have put in place standards for hen confinement. In 2016, Massachusetts voters overwhelmingly passed Question 3 to prevent cruelty to farm animals. At the time it was the strongest law for farm animals in history but since then leading retailers, producers and other states mandated even stronger standards in the shift to cagefree conditions for hens. Supporters said the bill will ensure the Bay State adapts to the new science unavailable in 2016. “The updates in today’s bill are consistent with the goals of the law passed in 2016 and in certain cases actually strengthen animal protections,” said Rep. ~ LEGAL NOTICE ~ COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Middlesex Divison Docket No. MI21P5028EA Estate of: Yvette M.C. Cooks Also Known As: Yvette Cooks Date of Death: 06/21/2020 INFORMAL PROBATE PUBLICATION NOTICE To all persons interested in the above captioned estate, by Petition of Petitioner Augusta Cooks of Malden, MA a Will has been admitted to informal probate. Augusta Cooks 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 15, 2021 “This legislation is time sensitive. Without these updates, we know that many egg producers both inside and outside of Massachusetts who have upgraded their facilities to the emerging national standards won’t be able to provide eggs to our residents as early as the first of the year. This is particularly concerning because we know that many families, particularly those experiencing food insecurity, rely on eggs as an essential, low-cost source of protein.” Rep. Susannah Whipps (I-Athol), the only representative to vote against the bill, did not respond to repeated requests by Beacon Hill Roll Call for a comment. The Senate approved a different version of the bill in June. The House version now goes back to the Senate for consideration. “Massachusetts is now an outlier, which could threaten our supply of eggs,” said Senate sponsor Sen. Jason Lewis (D-Winchester). “Fortunately, the egg producers and animal welfare groups have come together to agree on this legislation, ensuring safe and humane conditions for egg-laying hens and affordable eggs for Massachusetts consumers.” (A “Yes” vote is for the bill. A “No” vote is against it.) Rep. Paul Donato Yes Rep. Steven UltrinoYes FREE SCHOOL BREAKFAST AND LUNCH (H 3999) House 157-0, Senate on a voice vote without a roll call, approved and sent to Gov. Charlie Baker a bill that would require schools in which a majority of students come from low-income families to provide universal free breakfast and lunch to all students. The program would be paid for by the federal government. The legislation also abolishes policies which can shame students for having unpaid school meal debt. It prohibits schools from publicly identifying a student who has a meal debt; disposing of an already served meal because of the student’s lack of funds to pay for the meal or because of unresolved meal debt; denying a student a meal as a form of behavioral discipline or punishment; prohibiting a student or a sibling of a student from attending or participating in extracurricular activities, field trips or school events and from receiving grades, official transcripts, report cards or from graduating or attending graduation events solely because of unresolved meal debt. “With this bill, we will feed more kids, eliminate meal debt shaming and stigma and maximize federal resources for schools across the commonwealth,” said co-sponsor Rep. Andy Vargas (D-Haverhill). “With the historically high percentage of economically disadvantaged students across the state, it makes sense to lock in this data now, which the federal government recognizes for at least the next four years.” The practice of identifying and shaming children and families who are unable to afford food is archaic and must end immediately,” said co-sponsor Rep. Sean Garballey (D-Arlington). “This legislation is in line with the commonwealth's values of supporting our most vulnerable citizens." (A “Yes” vote is for the bill.) Rep. Paul Donato Yes Rep. Steven UltrinoYes ELECTION LAW CHANGES (S 2545) Senate 36-3, approved and sent to the House a bill making permanent the mail-in and early voting options used in Massachusetts in 2020. Other provisions include same-day voter registration; increased ballot access for service members serving overseas; ensuring that individuals who are incarcerated who are currently eligible to vote are provided with voting information and materials to exercise their right to vote and that individuals who are incarcerated but prohibited from voting are notified of their right to vote upon release and given the opportunity fill out a voter registration form; allowing U.S. service members and other citizens residing overseas to cast their votes electronically; and requiring the secretary of state to conduct a comprehensive public awareness campaign to publicize the new voting and registration options. “I am incredibly proud of the Senate’s work on the [bill] which will not only protect but expand voting access in the commonwealth,” said Senate President Karen Spilka (D-Ashland). “The provisions contained within this bill, including same-day voter registration, early voting and permanent vote-by-mail will make it much easier to vote in Massachusetts—which is especially important for those individuals and communities that have struggled to vote or who have been disenfranchised in the past. I am excited to see this bill signed into law so that all of our citizens will have expanded access to voting, our most sacred right as Americans.” “This bill was too far reaching in the election policies it sets out to accomplish,” said Sen. Ryan Fattman (R-Sutton), one of the three senators who voted against the bill. “Measures like universal mail-in ballots were specifically intended to keep people safe during the pandemic, but the costs levied by making this measure permanent would be too costly for small municipalities like some that I represent. I am not sure at this point that we have the safeguards in place to ensure confidence in our electoral system. Eighteen thousand mail-in ballots were rejected in last year's state primary, and we must work to improve the efficacy of this system before we implement sweeping measures.” “After thoughtful debate on the floor of the Senate, I am thrilled that we have passed this landmark legislation to make voting more accessible than ever for all citizens of Massachusetts,” said Sen. Mike Rodrigues (D-Westport), Chair of the Senate Committee on Ways and Means. “I am proud of the collective effort of this body to improve the bill through the amendment process to ensure safe and secure access to the ballot box.” “Democrats in the State Senate are quick to rush through a very controversial election bill without bi-partisan support because many of their members are either seeking higher office or considering higher office,” said Paul Craney, spokesman for Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance. “They want this to help them in Democratic primaries. There is no good reason why something this momentous and controversial needs to be rushed without support from both parties and without buy-in from groups with differing ideological viewpoints.” (A "Yes" vote is for the bill. A "No" vote is against it.) Sen. Jason Lewis Yes DROP BOXES FOR VOTERS (S 2545) Senate 13-25, rejected an amendment that would require each city and town to have at least one ballot drop box for voters to deposit their ballots from the day the ballots are printed and available to voters until the polls close on Election Day. The amendment requires municipalities with more than 25,000 voters to provide one drop box per 25,000 voters and requires the boxes to be in a public location that is accessible to voters for at least 12 hours per day. “During the 2020 election, we witnessed how the expanded use of ballot drop boxes provided a safe, convenient and accessible way of voting amid a global pandemic,” said amendment sponsor Sen. Becca RausBHRC | SEE PAGE 18

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 15, 2021 Page 17 FORUM | FROM PAGE 15 munity through this organization; they should focus on their students." (The following question was submitted for the Malden HS Blue and Gold newspaper) Q: In the Unite 2020 platform by Mayor Christenson, racism was declared a public health crisis. How do you assess the impact of racism in Malden? Ward 1 incumbent Crowe: "I absolutely believe we have to empower women and eliminate racism. We need to have real conversations on race and racism and raise the curtain." Ward 3 incumbent Linehan: "Malden should be a leader in this work (in anti-racism). As a white woman, (anti-racism) training is illuminating. We have to build on what we have done like multi-lingual poll workers and lines of access to city services." Ward 3 challenger Curtis: "I haven't seen Malden in the news with an outcry over racism (here). Racism is not learned, it is taught. It is oaky to be transparent. Unless we start talking (to each other) the world will not change." Ward 4 incumbent O'Malley: "Racism is alive and well in our society, but our response needs to be more than words. We need to talk the talk and walk the walk. We need to be more supportive of all of our residents including women of color." Ward 4 challenger Donahue: "Malden is unique. When the Mayor brought this up, it was more of a national issue. We do our part and that includes our great police and fire departments, which, by the way, have both endorsed me, over an incumbent, which is unheard of. They just want to be appreciated for what they do." The following question was submitted by the Malden Advocate Q: Public safety and, specifically, how public policing is or has been done has become a lightning-rod issue across the nation. In turn, politicians and groups have taken stances on the issue of budget allocations for police departments with the slogans of "Defund the Police" and "The People's Budget" becoming synonymous with lowering and/or reallocating funding for police departments, cutting personnel and funneling those funds toward other uses. What is your general stance on public safety and police funding in Malden? Ward 1 Crowe: "It's such a wide topic. We're fortunate to have a dedicated police force and our police need more resources, not less.” Councillor Crowe said she was supportive of programs which incorporate mental health clinicians to partner with public safety personnel to respond to certain issues and situations. Ward 3 challenger Curtis: "Public safety is huge. I support the Police Dept. 110 percent. "My opponent is endorsed by Our Revolution Malden which has an aggressive stand against police funding." Ward 3 incumbent Linehan: "Public safety is not about slogans. I reject the notion we should be defunding police. I think it is disgraceful to promote this fear-mongering. We need more crisis support to work alongside police." Ward 4 challengers Donahue: "I was not a part-time park ranger in high school but I am not for defunding police, they are underfunded. My opponent will say he is not for defunding police and that he is not for alternative budgets and reallocating money but that's not what he has said before. Ask the police department and the fire department how they have been treated by our Ward 4 Councilor, that's the real barometer." Ward 4 incumbent O'Malley: "We have seen the motif of this forum, mischaracterizations and lies by my opponent. We all remember where Jeff came from. The suit and tie doesn't fool us. Working families know where I stand. I support the Malden Police. I stand with the Mayor and Chief Molis. I want police focusing on violent crime and solving murders (not answering mental health crisis and substance abuse calls)." ~ LEGAL NOTICE ~ COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Docket No. MI21P5005GD Middlesex Probate and Family Court 10-U Commerce Way, Woburn, MA 01801 In the interests of: Joevon Jenkins Of Malden, MA Minor NOTICE AND ORDER: PETITION FOR APPOINTMENT OF GUARDIAN OF A MINOR NOTICE TO ALL INTERESTED PARTIES 1. Hearing Date/Time: A hearing on a Petition for Appointment of Guardian of a Minor filed on 09/24/2021 by DeShawn Bunch of Malden, MA Terence Small of Malden, MA will be held 01/05/2022 11:00 A.M. Guardianship of Minor Hearing located at 10-U Commerce Way, Woburn, MA 01801 - Courtroom 4 2. Response to Petition: You may respond by filing a written response to the Petition or by appearing in person at the hearing. If you choose to file a written response, you need to: File the original with the Court; and Mail a copy to all interested parties at least five (5) business days before the hearing. 3. Counsel for the Minor: The minor (or an adult on behalf of the minor) has the right to request that counsel be appointed for the minor. 4. Counsel for Parents: If you are a parent of the minor child who is the subject of this proceeding you have a right to be represented by an attorney. If you want an attorney and cannot afford to pay for one and if you give proof that you are indigent, an attorney will be assigned to you. Your request for an attorney should be made immediately by filling out the Application of Appointment of Counsel form. Submit the application form in person or by mail at the court location where your case is going to be heard. 5. Presence of the Minor at Hearing: A minor over age 14 has the right to be present at any hearing, unless the Court finds that it is not in the minor’s best interests. THIS IS A LEGAL NOTICE: An important court proceeding that may affect your rights has been scheduled. If you do not understand this notice or other court papers, please contact an attorney for legal advice. Date: September 29, 2021 TARA E. DeCRISTOFARO Register of Probate October 15, 2021 PROJECT | FROM PAGE 8 Technically Supt. DiBari and chief consultant Charlie Lyons, a former school superintendent, explained, Malden's City Council is not required to vote "in favor" of the proposal, as Malden's own representative on the Northeast School Committee, James Holland, has already voted in favor of the plan to build a new, $317 million facility, The City Council could vote to reject the proposal, but then a districtwide popular vote would have to be taken from all the 12 sending school districts to either approve or deny the proposal. Malden's share of the cost of the new school building would be $36 million, or, $1.2 million annually, spread over 30 years. At Tuesday's meeting Malden city councillors were complimentary of the school and thanked the presenters for providing information and on a motion by Ward 5 Councillor Barbara Murphy voted to send the matter to the Finance Committee for further discussion. More on the new Northeast Vocational school building proposal in next week's edition. Like us on Facebook advocate newspaper Facebook.com/Advocate.news.ma ~ 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. MI21P4936EA Estate of: Trina Lynette Bunch-Jenkins Also known as: Trina Bunch Jenkins Date of Death: 02/04/2021 CITATION ON PETITION FOR FORMAL ADJUDICATION To all interested persons: A Petition for Formal Adjucation of Intestacy and Appointment of Personal Representative has been filed by DeShawn Bunch of Malden, MA requesting that the Court enter a formal Decree and Order and for such other relief as requested in the Petition. The Petitioner requests that: DeShawn Bunch of Malden, MA be appointed as Personal Representative(s) of said estate to serve With Personal Surety on the bond in unsupervised administration. IMPORTANT NOTICE You have the right to obtain a copy of the Petition from the Petitioner or at the Court. You have a right to object to this proceeding. To do so, you or your attorney must file a written appearance and objection at this Court before: 10:00 a.m. on the return day of 10/25/2021. This is NOT a hearing date, but a deadline by which you must file a written appearance and objection if you object to this proceeding. If you fail to file a timely written appearance and objection followed by an affidavit of objections within thirty (30) days of the return day, action may be taken without further notice to you. UNSUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION UNDER THE MASSACHUSETTS UNIFORM PROBATE CODE (MUPC) A Personal Representative appointed under the MUPC in an unsupervised administration is not required to file an inventory or annual accounts with the Court. Persons interested in the estate are entitled to notice regarding the administration directly from the Personal Representative and may petition the Court in any matter relating to the estate, including the distribution of assets and expenses of administration. WITNESS, Hon. Maureen H. Monks, First Justice of this Court. Date: September 27, 2021 TARA E. DeCRISTOFARO REGISTER OF PROBATE October 15, 2021

Page 18 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 15, 2021 BHRC | FROM PAGE20 1. October 15 is National Grouch Day, which was inspired by what show? 2. What famous Indian, who trained as a lawyer and was born in October 1869, said “You must be the change you wish to see in the world”? 3. Which sea animal has the most teeth? 4. What tool did Henry Phillips utilize to transform assembly line production? 5. On Oct. 16, 1982, what comet was observed visiting earth for the 30th recorded time? 6. What kind of punctuation is an interrobang? 7. In the 1939 movie “Young Mr. Lincoln,” who played Abraham Lincoln? 8. On Oct. 17, 1965, what fair ended that had a “Carousel of Progress,” a Vatican Pavilion and the “World’s Largest Cheese”? 9. What kind of animal was Kelso? 10. Which Michigan city (with a girl’s name) has a Unicorn Hunting Society at Lake Superior State University, which grants a hunting license (called a “questing” license) for unicorns? 11. How are Ducktail, Handlebar and Van Dyke similar? 12. The 1969 Pontiac GTO option package called “The Judge” got its name from what popular catchphrase on Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In? 13. In 1896, Englishman Walter Arnold became the first person convicted of speeding – at what mph: 8, 17 or 25? 14. On Oct. 19, 1864, Confederate agents living in Canada robbed three banks in St. Albans in what state? 15. What pair played novice policemen in the 1933 film “The Midnight Patrol”? 16. Which national constitution still in use is the world’s oldest? 17. On Oct. 20, 1935, the Long March (a retreat) ended in what country? 18. Which U.S. state has the most lawyers: California, Massachusetts or New York? 19. The slang term vamoose comes from what language? 20. October 21 is National Apple Day; what color are most apple blossoms when they open? ANSWERS ch (D-Needham). “However, in some of our largest cities and smaller towns, drop boxes were not a viable voting option because they weren’t accessible, weren’t open or didn’t even exist. We can fix that problem setting baseline standards for municipal ballot drop box accessibility." “Mandating that municipalities maintain one ballot drop box per 25,000 residents would create substantial new costs and obligations,” said Sen. Cindy Creem (D-Newton).“Not only would municipalities have to purchase and deploy the drop box, they would have to devote staff time to the periodic collection of ballots and to collecting ballots on Election Day when they are already stretched thin and concerned about the work they have to do. (A “Yes” vote is for the ballot drop box requirements. A “No” vote is against them.) Sen. Jason Lewis No PERMANENT VOTING BY MAIL OPTION (S 2545) Senate 7-31, rejected an amendment that would allow voters to choose to become a permanent voter by mail for all future elections, a temporary voter by mail for all elections in a calendar year or a temporary voter by mail for one specific election. The measure automatically enrolls voters who voted by mail in the 2020 state primary and general election as permanent mail voters. Voters would also have the option to change their status at any time. Sponsor Sen. Becca Rausch said that the state does not require voters to reregister every year and should not require voters to sign up for various voting methods each year. "By allowing voters to choose automatic delivery of a ballot in every election, we tear down unnecessary barriers to exercising the right to vote,” said Rausch. “Every extra step we add to the process of voting—including forcing people to opt into vote by mail annually—places another burden on the voter in their exercising of this fundamental right. Elections must be accessible for all voters, plain and simple. Expanding voting ~ 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 & October 15, 2021 options to include a permanent vote by mail status is one way we can empower voters to exercise their fundamental right to vote." “We do feel that it is important that each voter opt in to vote by mail on a regular basis is going to count for any address change, etc.,” said Sen. Barry Finegold (D-Andover). “People do move and this amendment would have ballots sent to their former address in perpetuity.” (A “Yes” vote is for the amendment. A “No” vote is against it.) Sen. Jason Lewis No WORKERS GET PAID TIME OFF TO VOTE (S 2545) Senate 12-26, rejected an amendment that would require all employers to give each worker two hours of paid time off per election to vote. The employee could use that two hours to vote early in-person, vote by mail or vote on Election Day. The amendment would replace a current law that is narrower and requires the worker to apply for a leave of absence in orBHRC | SEE PAGE 20 1. “Sesame Street” 2. Mahatma Gandhi 3. Dolphin 4. Phillips screws and screwdrivers 5. Halley’s Comet 6. When a question mark follows right after an exclamation mark 7. Henry Fonda 8. The New York World’s Fair 9. A racehorse that was Horse of the Year from 1960-1964 10. Sault Ste. Marie 11. They are types of beards; October 18 is National No Beard Day. 12. “Here comes da judge” 13. 8 14. Vermont 15. Oliver Hardy & Stan Laurel 16. The U.S. Constitution (1787) 17. China 18. New York 19. Spanish (vamos, which means “we go”) 20. Pink

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 15, 2021 Page 19 ~ LEGAL NOTICE ~ MALDEN CITY COUNCIL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING In accordance with the requirements of Chapter 166 of the General Laws, you are hereby notified that the Malden City Council will hold public hearing at 7:05 P.M. on Tuesday, October 19, 2021 in the Council Chambers at 215 Pleasant Street, Malden, MA on the “Redistricting of Wards and Precincts” in Malden” based on the 2020 Federal Census. Maps are available for public review in the City Clerk’s Office, 2nd Floor, 215 Pleasant Street, Malden, MA. Members of the public who wish to attend virtually and participate remotely may do so using the following information: Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://cityofmalden.zoom.us/j/97234203650?pwd=anBwQ09XeW90b21Mcm1uL29MbVB4UT09 Passcode: 741339 Or One tap mobile: US: +16465189805,,97234203650#,,,,*741339# +19294362866,,97234203650#,,,,*741339# Or Telephone: Dial (for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location): US: +1 646 518 9805 +1 929 436 2866 Webinar ID: 972 3420 3650 Passcode: 741339 International numbers available: https://cityofmalden.zoom.us/u/aAvtgLcqy 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. By: Gregory Lucey, City Clerk October 15, 2021 a y avvy S iorenniiooro a avvyavvy iori n r by Jim Miller How to Find a Better Medicare Prescription Drug Plan Dear Savvy Senior, Is it important to compare Medicare Part D prescription drug plans every year? My pharmacist highly recommends it, but it’s such a hassle sorting through all those diff erent plans. Is there an easier way to shop and compare Medicare drug plans? Lazy Benefi ciary Dear Benefi ciary, Because Medicare’s prescription drug plans can change their costs and benefi ts from year-to-year, comparing Part D plans every year during the open enrollment season (which is Oct. 15 – Dec. 7) is always a smart idea. Even if you’re happy with your current coverage, there may be other plans out there that you’re not aware of that off er better coverage at a lower cost. You never know until you look. Here are some tips to help you shop and compare Medicare drug plans. Medicare Online If you have internet access and are comfortable using a computer, you can easily shop for and compare all Medicare drug plans in your area and enroll in a new plan online if you choose, and it only takes a few minutes. Just go to Medicare’s Plan Finder Tool at Medicare.gov/fi nda-plan, and choose the type of coverage you’re looking for, enter your ZIP code, fi nancial assistance (if you receive any), select the drugs you take and their dosages, and choose the pharmacies you use. The plan fi nder does the math to identify the plan in your area that covers your drugs at the lowest cost. This tool also provides a five-star rating system that evaluates each plan based on past customer service records and suggests generics or older brand name drugs that can reduce your costs. When you’re comparing drug plans, look at the estimated Will You Qualify For Medicare Soon? 100% Covid Safe Medicare Advantage application process is available. Why invite trouble? 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A drug placed in a higher tier may require you to get prior authorization or try another medication fi rst before you can use it. Any changes to coverage you make will take eff ect Jan. 1, 2022. If you take no action during open enrollment, your current coverage will continue next year. Need Some Help? If you need some help choosing a new plan, you can call Medicare at 800-633-4227 and they can help you out over the phone. Or contact your State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP), which provides free Medicare counseling. They also conduct seminars during the open enrollment period at various locations throughout each state. To fi nd a local SHIP counselor see ShiptaCenter.org or call 877-839-2675. Financial Assistance If you’re lower-income and are having a hard time paying your medication costs, you may be eligible for Medicare’s “Extra Help” program. This is a federal low-income subsidy that helps pay Part D premiums, deductibles and copayments. To be eligible, your income must be under $19,320 or $26,130 for married couples living together, and your assets (not counting your home, personal possessions, vehicles, life insurance policies or burial expenses) must be below $14,790 or $29,520 for married couples. For more information or to apply, call Social Security at 800-772-1213 or visit SSA.gov/ extrahelp. 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 BHRC | FROM PAGE20 der to vote and only allows the worker to vote during the two hours after the polls open on Election Day. “Workers should not have to choose between earning a paycheck and exercising their fundamental right to vote,” said sponsor Sen. Becca Rausch. “Where Massachusetts should be a leader in the nation on the issue of granting paid time off to head to the polls, we are notably far behind. Twenty-three other states and the District of Columbia already enacted paid time off for voting, and our commonwealths’ citizens deserve the same.” “I think if we really want to have a discussion about how we really want to help people that are working two, three, four jobs, we should have that discussion,” said Sen. Barry Finegold. “But I don’t think this [amendment] solves that. There is a problem out there, that we did not have enough people in lower social economic communities take advantage of vote by mail, because they don’t trust the post offi ce and there's a lot of misconceptions up there. That is something I believe we need to work on, but I don’t think this is going to be the solution to get people from lower social economic communities to come out to vote even more. I do think that with some of the things we have passed, having a better public relations campaign explaining the benefi ts of vote by mail, that is how we can get people from lower social economic communities to get out.” (A “Yes” vote is for the amendment. A “No” vote is against it.) Sen. Jason Lewis No Part-Time Handyman 4 to 5 days a week Must have own transportation Must speak English $20 per hour Call 617-549-7475 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, October 15, 2021 PUBLIC AWARENESS CAMPAIGN (S 2545) Senate 38-0, approved an amendment that would require the secretary of state, via digital and social media and other means, to conduct “a linguistically diverse and culturally competent public awareness campaign” to inform voters of the election law changes in the bill. The secretary would also be required to ensure specifi c outreach is done for groups and communities that have historically underused vote-by-mail and early voting. Sponsor Sen. Becca Rausch said that the bill “contains many significant advancements for voter access that should be celebrated, including expansion of mail-in and early voting, same day voter registration and jailbased voting reforms.” “Simply put, we can’t achieve our goal of expanding ballot box access unless the voters know about these substantial reforms,” continued Rausch. “A culturally relevant and linguistically diverse outreach campaign will support voters in exercising their constitutional right to vote.” (A “Yes” vote is for the amendment.) Sen. Jason Lewis Yes OVERSEAS VOTING (S 2545) Senate 38-0, approved an amendment that would allow Massachusetts residents who are serving in the armed forces overseas and their families as well as any Massachusetts citizen living in a foreign country to cast their vote electronically through a secure online portal. Amendment supporters said that the current process for voting from overseas is complex and burdensome. The voter is required to communicate with their local clerk, receive their ballot, print it out and fax, scan or mail it back. They noted that military members often do not have functioning printers, scanners or fax machines available to them on military installations or are out on missions that take them away from their installations. “When you are in the military, the focus is always on the mission at hand,” said sponsor Sen. John Velis (D-Westfi eld). “We as a commonwealth have an obligation to make this process as easy as possible so that our military members can exercise their right to vote and get back to their mission. At the most fundamental level, this amendment is about making it easier to vote for those who have given us our right to vote.” (A “Yes” vote is for the amendment.) Sen. Jason Lewis Yes HOW LONG WAS LAST WEEK'S SESSION? Beacon Hill Roll Call tracks the length of time that the House and Senate were in session each week. Many legislators say that legislative sessions are only one aspect of the Legislature's job and that a lot of important work is done outside of the House and Senate chambers. They note that their jobs also involve committee work, research, constituent work and other matters that are important to their districts. Critics say that the Legislature does not meet regularly or long enough to debate and vote in public view on the thousands of pieces of legislation that have been fi led. They note that the infrequency and brief length of sessions are misguided and lead to irresponsible late-night sessions and a mad rush to act on dozens of bills in the days immediately preceding the end of an annual session. During the week of October 4-8, the House met for a total of four hours and 32 minutes while the Senate met for a total of fi ve hours and 40 minutes. Mon. Oct. 4 House 11:03 a.m. to 11:08 a.m. Senate 11:09 a.m. to 11:16 a.m. Tues. Oct. 5 House 11:01 a.m. to 11:37 a.m. No Senate session Wed. Oct. 6 House 11:01 a.m. to 2:44 p.m. Senate 1:17 p.m. to 6:49 p.m. Thurs. Oct. 7 House 11:03 a.m. to 11:11 a.m. Senate 11:22 a.m. to 11:23 a.m. Fri. Oct. 8 No House session No Senate session Bob Katzen welcomes feedback at bob@beaconhillrollcall.com 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! 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