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THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 14, 2019 Page 3 Guinasso cites accomplishments and changes during campaign reception Campaign Manager Karin Atsales and Jim Atsales collected optional donations at the door during the campaign reception for Ward 3 Councillor Arthur Guinasso at DeMaino’s Restaurant on Monday night. (Advocate Photos by Tara Vocino) By Tara Vocino A pproximately 100 people attended the campaign reception for Ward 3 Councillor Arthur Guinasso at DeMaino’s Restaurant on Monday night. Supporters included other councillors, School Committee members, City Council candidates and Ward 3 voters. The longtime councillor cited his accomplishments over the years, which have included new schools being built, sidewalk improvements and most recently, a resident parking program. “When my colleagues honShown from left to right are Ward 3 residents Beverly Collins, Margie Mamzur, Barbara Orsini and Jack Collins. ored me to become council president this past year, I made some changes,” Guinasso said. “I advise people not to repeat themselves, and for the most part, it’s worked – meetings are quicker while residents are still informed about what’s happening in their community.” GUINASSO | SEE PAGE 15 Lawnmower Tune-Up and Repairs • We repair all makes & models! • Authorized 1039 Broadway, Revere • (781) 289-6466 www.bikersoutfitter.com WE WORK FOR YOU! * Have your car repaired by     * An I-CAR GOLD CLASS SHOP              for                                 1605 North Shore Road, Revere * 781-284-1200 Visit us at: www.AtlasAutobody.com or call (781) 284-1200 to schedule your appointment today! Dealer • FREE PICK-UP for all Tune-Ups! Biker’s Outfitter Ward 3 Councillor Arthur Guinasso with Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo’s aide, Sofi a Forgione Theophanis Tsilpanos, Renee Gaber, Janice Fiore Bent and Ward 2 Councillor candidate Robert Bent.

Page 4 THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 14, 2019 Housing Families staff walks to support kids in need H ousing Families’ staff is taking to the streets – or more accurately, sidewalks – to raise money to benefi t its G.R.E.A.T. Youth and Families Program (GYFP) that provides families experiencing or at-risk of homelessness with counseling SABATINOINSURANCE 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 and after-school tutoring. Saturday, June 22, members of Housing Families’ staff will be participating in a 5K Walk for GYFP within Malden, with the goal of raising $100,000 to support the healing and growth of families that are experiencing the toxic stress caused by housing instability. “Our services are powerful and transformative,” emphasized Barbara Schwartz, the Director of the G.R.E.A.T. Youth and Families Program. “One kid said ‘GYFP is offi cially the best place ever!’ It’s because for the fi rst time he feels safe, has had academic success, and feels confi dent and strong in his ability.” According to the National Center on Family Homelessness, homeless children are four times as likely to have PARKING | from page 1 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 Shirley Avenue business districts, and the purchase of new technology that strictly monitors revenue and eliminates unsecured cash exposure. These reforms have the Parking Department on pace to collect a record amount of parking meter revenue, with 2019 projections nearing $150,000. The increased parking revenue will reap tangible benefits. “Revere at long last will be able to create a Parking Benefits District under the 2016 statewide Municipal Modernization Act,” said Mayor Arrigo. “Our parking meter revenues will be reinvested directly back into the parking district for improvements in pedestrian safety and neighborhood aesthetics, with new benches, trees, and lighting in our business districts.” Mayor Arrigo ordered an internal audit of all city departments in March of 2016. That audit recommended further review of cash collection procedures by the City of Revere, and the Parking Department came under specific scrutiny due to a dramatic decrease in parking meter revenue over a number of years. As a result of an audit of the Parking Department, two employees were placed on unpaid administrative leave and the information turned over to Revere Police. The Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office determined that criminal charges were warranted against one of the employees. Further measures against the two employees will follow the City of Revere’s internal administrative personnel process. a developmental delay. With frequent housing changes, homeless children often only fall farther behind in school. In Fiscal Year 2018, 90% of the families served by the agency lived in Malden, Everett, Revere, Medford, and Chelsea. If you would like to donate to Housing Families’ 5K Walk for GYFP, please visit its website: https://housingfamilies.org. “We applaud the City of Revere for taking proactive measures to ensure the public trust,” Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins said. “The efforts they are taking to move forward with new policies and procedures will provide for more accountability for all.” “Our promise to the residents of Revere is accountability, transparency, and modernized services,” said Mayor Arrigo. “When we learned the results of the audit, we took hold of a troublesome situation and since then have turned the Parking Department into an exemplary department that now functions efficiently and improves quality of life for our residents and business owners. The people of Revere deserve the best from city services and staff meets the highest standards of integrity,” Mayor Arrigo said. 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Some may even make life a little easier for people living with a disability. “I am working with the COD on improving handicap accessible parking at the Harry Della Russo stadium,” said Ward 4 Councillor Patrick Keefe. “The additional funds will help cover the cost of this project, creating two to three handicap cutouts at the entrance of the stadium, which are much needed to accommodate persons with disabilities trying to use or visit the venue,” he said. In addition to creating handicap accessible parking at Harry Della Russo stadium, Keefe said, he hopes to see some changes made to Revere’s roads. “I was extremely pleased to see the increase in available cash through chapter 90 funds. Working with the Mayor’s Offi ce, Councillor [Arthur] Guinasso and I lobbied for some roadwork improvements needed in our Wards that intersect,” he said. “Lincoln St. has been long overdue for repaving, and we were excited to get the monies set aside to have this street added to the list of repairs.” Ward 1 Councillor Joanne McKenna is also ready to see some big changes made to Revere’s municipal roads, and thinks this money will allow the city to make some muchneeded fi xes. “Any extra Chapter 90 money allotted to the city is always a wonderful gift,” she said. “The extra money will be used to renew some muchneeded deplorable sidewalks and repave some of our old pothole-ridden roads.”

THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 14, 2019 Page 5 Author uses animals to send anti-bullying message By Tara Vocino former Revere resident used a pet dog as an inspiration to write a book in an effort to send children an anti-bullying message. Joseph Silvestri, 42, who moved to Virginia last year, wrote a 29-page children’s picture book, “Boston and the Bullfrogs,” (PathFinder Publishing, 2018) which is available for $9.95 off Amazon and is geared toward elementary school children five to 10 years old. The story revolves around Boston the Bulldog – based on Silvestri’s dog, Boston – which was first thought of as a bully, but then saved Lucy, the bullfrog, from drowning. A Joseph Silvestri published a children’s book on antibullying, available on Amazon and Kindle. (Advocate Photo by Tara Vocino) “It’s such a positive message,” said Silvestri, who spent three months writing the book. “We need that nowadays.” He went on to say the plot is about not judging a book by its cover. Growing up, the author said, he was never bullied, but he always wanted to step in when he saw bullying acts. Today, the peer pressure has shifted gears a bit, Silvestri said. “Now, children are showing off their trips to Disney without realizing that some kids aren’t as fortunate,” Silvestri said. “Social media gives kids a lot of pressure.” His brother, Marc, said Joseph’s pen name is Biggie, derived from the rapper Christopher Wallace (Notorious B.I.G.). It will be sold in stores soon. Approximately 140 copies have been sold, according Revere man alleged to possess multiple rounds of ammunition and fi rearms T he Revere Police Narcotics/Gang Unit recently arrested Michael Ostergard, 24, of Revere, on numerous fi rearm-related charges. After a fi rearms investigation, police executed a search warrant at his Constitution Avenue residence. “Removing illegally-possessed firearms from the streets of our city will always be a top priority,” said Police Chief James Guido. “We continue to work each day to make our streets as safe as possible for the residents of Revere.” Mayor Brian Arrigo commended the police work. “I am proud of the work our men and women of the Revere Police Department do to keep our neighborhoods safe,” he said. “Chief Guido and his team have made tremendous progress protecting our residents while building trust in the community.” We Carry... * Lifetime Waterproof Warranty * Ceramic, Porcelain & Stone Tile                        31 Osprey Rd., Saugus * 781-289-9676  to Silvestri. The book is available on Kindle for $3.99, if one doesn’t have Kindle unlimited in the digital version. Artwork 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 is done by Indian illustrator Arunodoy Ghosh Biswas. Tara Vocino may be reached at printjournalist1@gmail.com. Friday, June 14 at 8:30 PM Dance to the Beats of Saturday, June 15 at 8:30 PM DJ JUSTIN DJ LOGIK Dance to all the Hits of Yesterday and Today! MONDAY'S SHUCK! $1.00 Oysters As low as 7.99% APR* For up to 12 Months Amounts from 500 — 5,000 • VACATIONS • EXTRA CASH • PAY BILLS & MORE APPLY ONLINE: MEMBERSPLUSCU.ORG/SUMMER-SIZZLER-LOAN MORE INFO: (781) 905-1500 *APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Payments for 7.99% APR for 12-months are approximately $87.00 per month per $1,000 borrowed. Payment does not reflect disability and/or credit life insurance and may differ slightly due to rounding. Terms up to 12 months. Minimum loan amount $500 and maximum loan amount $5,000. APR is based upon member’s credit score. Rates listed above reflect excellent credit scores. Rates effective May 28, 2019 and subject to change without notice. Membership requires a $25 deposit in a share/savings account. Book Your Special Events With Us! Call 781-629-3798 SUNDAY BRUNCH BUFFET Only $19.95 / 11am-2pm Featuring Al Whitney Jazz Band BOOK YOUR NEXT FUNCTION WITH US * GIFT CARDS AMPLE FREE www.marinaatthewharf.com 543 North Shore Rd. Revere 781-629-3798 PARKING AMAZING WATER VIEWS

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THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 14, 2019 Page 7 Contrarity delivers in Sunday’s feature at Suffolk Downs; state breeds take center stage trainer Dylan Clarke. Jockey Jose Baez was aboard for the gelding’s third-straight victory. Popular state-bred Dr. dine drink gather enjoy THE NORTH SHORE'S HOTTEST NIGHTCLUB! Friday, June 14 at 8:30 PM New England's #1 Dance Band WILDFIRE Saturday, June 15 at 8:30 PM Country Music Sensation THE ULTRA Blarney notched his 19th career victory in the $50,000 Mr. DELIVERS | SEE PAGE 30 Friday, June 21 at 8:30 PM WHAMMER JAMMER $25,000 optional claiming race for fi llies and mares run at about fi ve furlongs on the turf, Contrarity won one under jockey J.D. Acosta; the evenmoney favorite drew off to win by three lengths and stopped the clock in 58 2/5. Trained by Hugh McMahon, the fouryear-old daughter of Yesbyjimminy has now won six of her 12 lifetime starts. Contrarity returned $4.00, 3.80 and 2.40 while I’m So Munny paid $6.20 and 3.20. Christmas Dinner returned $2.20. Also on the card, the track held two exhibition races for horses bred in Massachusetts. Successful Saint, a three-yearold son of Successful Appeal bred in Saugus by Anthony Zizza, remained undefeated with a victory in the $50,000 Louise Kimball Stakes for EAST BOSTON – Suffolk Downs concluded its second of three scheduled live racing and food truck festival weekends on Sunday with an 11race card including two stakes races for Massachusetts-bred horses before an enthusiastic crowd of 5,038. In the featured race, a IC student Clavel earns “Peg” McCarthy Volunteerism Award E stablished in 1998, this award goes to the graduating Immaculate Conception student who best exemplifi es a spirit of volunteerism. Mrs. “Peg” McCarthy was a longtime member of the Immaculate Conception Parish who volunteered in a variety of parish and civic programs in Revere. For many years she was active in the Catholic Daughters, the Immaculata Guild, Bingo and the Prayer Group, and she served as a Eucharistic Minister. In her later years, she gave her time to the Immaculate Conception School, Saturday, June 22 at 9 PM OZZMOSIS Friday, June 28 at 9 PM TANGERINE Saturday, June 29 at 9 PM TIGERLILY 221 Newbury Street, Danvers For Tickets call (978) 774-7270 or www.breakawaydanvers.com  serving the needs of teachers, students and staff . “Peg” McCarthy was born into eternal life on January 1, 1997. This memorial award has been established by her family to keep her spirit alive at the Immaculate Conception School. The recipient of this award has been chosen by the teachers and staff of the Immaculate Conception School because of his or her unselfish service, positive attitude and Catholic values. This year’s recipient of the “Peg” McCarthy Volunteerism Award is Marnie Clavel.                                                                                     

Page 8 THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 14, 2019 Congratulations RHS Class of 2019 Graduates! Speaker of the House Robert A. DeLeo Candidate for Councillor-at-Large John R. Correggio Ward 2 Councillor Ira Novoselsky School Board Member Carol Tye Ward 3 Councillor Arthur Guinasso Councillor-at-Large Anthony Zambuto Mayor Brian Arrigo State Representative RoseLee Vincent RHS Class of 1964 Councillor-at-Large Jessica Giannino Ward 5 Councillor John Powers School Board Member Susan Gravellese School Board Member Michael Ferrante

THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 14, 2019 Page 9 Revere High School & SeaCoast High School Class of 2019 Presentation of Diplomas to Class Of 2019 by the Honorable Members of the Revere School Committee The following list is based on the assumption that all students will have met ALL requirements for graduation RHS GRADUATES: Abdelrahman Abougalala Mohamed Abougalala    Alyssa Adams   Erick Aguilar    Emily Aguilar Osorio    Natalia Aguirre Morantes + Alaa Ahmed Raheel Ahmed     Ouissal Ait El Hadj Aziz Aitouchha Leena Al Asaad Taif Al Halabi Robert Alba ! Sebastien Alberi Yussuf Ali Buda Christopher Altamirano Ramirez Willkens Altenor Lexiana Amaral sc Rebecca Analetto Ashley Andrades sc     Dylan Antrim William Ardon Ferdy Argueta Caprio Jr    Naysha Arias          Estefania Arroyave Lopez +    Gregory Badolato Brenda Baez Sarah Baker ! Ashley Barnes Nery Barrera Villegas     Alanna Barry    Nadira Batista Martinez Mustafa Bellakhdar Jasmine Bendeck Omar Bendjahene !       Rania Benouardia Rim Bensadok    Sebastian Bolivar Vanegas Salma Boukdad Kelli Brawley     Monique Brito Eric Bua Jr       Catherine Buruca Portillo Alexandra Bustamante    Richard Calcano Duverge              Cal Capozzi Palmira Caraballo Amelia Cardona Andres Cardona Manuela Cardona Urrego Marcella Cardone   Chrystinne Carneiro D’Andre Carrero sc Andrey Carvalhais Jr     Braulio Casillas Torres Maria Castaneda Castaneda Maria Castano Alvarez Andrea Castro             Edwin Chacon Coto sc      Oumayma Chaibi Christopher Chak    Dan Rui Chen Damon Chin Johnathan Chinchilla Marilyn Chinos Vasquez ! Tenzin Choeden Aya Chokri + Salvatore Christie    Tyler Ciampa sc Nicholas Ciciulla Wayne Cintolo     Donato Colarossi Hunter Consalvi Jared Consalvi ! Angel Contreras    Christopher Cruz     Melvin Cruz Morales Mary Cruz Munoz Luis Cruz Rojas    Ana De Araujo Alves Ermilinda De Barros Pina Allen De Los Santos ! Estefany De Souza Assis sc Mychael De Afonseca sc Joshua DeAlmeida Dante DeCologero Victoria DeLeon ! Ronald Delgado Saracay sc Lily DelloIacono Gabriella DeLorenzo       Nadia DeSimone Nicholas DeSimone    Anthony Devito sc Luana Dias Dayven Diaz    Charles DiBattista          Larrys Echavez Florez ! Fadi El Asri Walid El Koumiti David Escobar Munguia sc Joseph Esposito Eduardo Estrada Borrayo    Mohamud Farah Wissal Fathy    Ana Carolina Ferro Adeola Fetuga    Norma Fonseca sc Daniel Francois sc Ethan Francois        Juan Gaviria Arias Jenna Geraci    Franco Giangregorio     Luisa Gil Vidales Alan Giron Ashley Giron sc   Joli Giuliano Hassan Gliel       Mishayla Gomez Mariantonia Gomez Giraldo Henry Gomez Marmol Liza Gonzalez Samuel Gonzalez Jessie Guevara Anghie Guevara Reyes          Merari Gutierrez Garcia Manuela Gutierrez Tamayo Jessica Haggerty Fahd Hamza Badr Haou Omar Harda Adam Harper Kevin Henriquez Gabriel Hernandez Iris Hernandez Erika Hernandez Bonilla Jonathan Hernandez Arias      Youssef Himmy Jhojan Hincapie Pineros Savannah Hul       Brandon Hurtado Caroline Ibaachen Camila Ibanez Bolanos Denis Ibishi            Zemar Jones +    Roberto Joseph          Kirby Kodjo Michael Lacey Zachary LaCorte Diego Ladino Alzate Arlyn Lagos Garcia Edgar Landaverde Mejia Delvis Langat    David Lania II Luis Lara Sarmiento !     Justin Lemken    Sara Lemus Harvey Lemus ! Jaime Lemus Landaverde Katherine Lemus Torres Fatima Lemus Valle Andres Leonard Calcano    Zhi Li Kayla Lima Castellanos ! Randy Lima Castellanos Ana Linares Crismael Lithgow Isabella Loboa Velasquez Michael Longo Shauna Loper    Martin Lopez Deby Lopez Morales Genesis Lopez Rojas Sophia Losanno Jordalin Lozano Timothy Ly Isiah Lydon Webb Nicholas Macaluso Kaitlin MacDonald sc    Alycia McKennon sc Olivia Malachowski Sabrina Maldonado ! Casey Maloy Nicholas Manfra Julissa Marquez Diaz Cont’d next page

Page 10 THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 14, 2019 Revere High School & SeaCoast High School Class of 2019 Joshua Marrero Christopher Martinez ! Enrique Martinez Gilson Martins Fernandes Devin Matthias ! James Mazas Rosas Cameron Mazza Joseph McCauley Alycia McKennon sc Olivia McManus Darius McNeil        Franklin Medina Martinez      Andrea Melara Mejia Stacy Melendez Jacob Mendonca Nicole Mendonca        Nayely Mercado sc                     Francisco Miranda Mena Alah Mohamed  Derryk Mojica sc Katrina Mojica Nayala Monjoie Scott Montefusco Aaliyah Moore Nixon Morales !     Reda Moussaid    Justin Munoz Pena Keila Murcia Cartagena Julia Murray    Muhammad Nasir Kelvin Navarro Sorto Jennifer Navas                  Daniel Niemi Bryan Nino Cespedes       Elyjah Odney sc Ayomide Ogunwole Tinuola Olatunbosun    Monica Orta Gonzalez        Katherin Ortiz Palacios    Harry Paiva Alexa Panzini !    Delanie Paradise sc Michael Parks Lesley Peguero Alivia Pelletier Jonathan Penate Martinez    Johandry Perea Alvarez Berta Pereira Roldan Melissa Perez Carlavel Perez    Jennifer Perez Chicas sc Vanessa Perez Lopez Eduard Perez Mendez Melissa Perez Velasquez       Rhonwen Pierre Dante Pina John Ponce Hannah Poole Marta Portillo Denis Portillo Cortez Beatriz Portillo Maldonado Julio Portillo Murcia Brandon Posada Gallego David Pritchard III    Isaiah Quiceno Christopherson Quintero Gutierrez Junior Quiroz Caballero Sami Rachak Admir Radaca Beatriz Ramirez       Daysi Ramirez Valle     Danel Rangel Corzo Brayan Restrepo Samantha Restrepo Ramirez Bryan Reyes sc Daniel Reyes sc Jason Reyes ! Manuela Rios Isabel Rios Hernandez Tatiana Rios Hernandez Trevor Restino Jesse Rivera Neurielis Rivera Samantha Lee Rivera sc Stephanie Rivera David Rivera DeJesus sc Jose Rivera Mieses Brendan Roberts Jeremiah Rodas Antonio Rodriguez sc    Frankie Rodriguez Jonathan Rodriguez sc    Monserrat Rodriguez Argueta Jacquelinne Rodriguez Pleitez +     Malia Roeum Staicyricely Rojas Cosme Mercedez Roman   Kenia Romero Merino Gabriella Rotondo Valentina Rueda Cardona David Ruiz Joshua Ruiz Victoria Saar Bernard Salazar Valentina Saldarriaga Valeria Saldarriaga Ariana Santiago    Michail Sanuncini sc    Lenin Sarita Brandon Sarmanian    Adam Sehli Farah Selman + Karen Sepulveda Londono    Christopher Severe Allen Shemah ! Frank Sims Kristel Sinjari Iyad Slaiki Josue Solis sc       Zagor Souza     Kyle Speroni Zachary Speroni sc Matthew Stasio Janessa Stephens sc Keyssi Sauzo Martinez Nicolas Sujko Taylor Sujko Benjamin Suubi sc Andrew Suy Chekriya Suy Beverly Taborda    Thai Tenzin Skyla Thompson Maria Torres Cuevas             Makayla Trickett Erica Umana Zapata    Lilian Urrutia Najera Sebastian Vanegas ! Julio Vaquerano Reyes Claritza Vasquez Elias Vasquez    Lilian Vesquez Pineda    Matteo Velasquez Fernando Velasquez Hernandez Elijah Vincente James Vincente Alejandra Villa Sonia Villanueva Martinez Rebeca Villatoro       Calvin Ware    Durwin Wongwajarachot ! Catherine Woodbury Elizabeth Woodbury Diego Yepes Mejia    Anastasia Yim Jorge Zelaya Deras            Italica    Hispanica + La Société Honoraire de Français      Honor Society        sc Seacoast High School ! One Goal

THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 14, 2019 Page 11 Revere High School & SeaCoast High School Kiet Vu - Class Salutatorian Hello Everyone! First, I want to express my gratitude to everyone who helped me throughout my years of high school.                                         say thank you, to all of you. I often get asked about my future. ‘What career will I pursue? What’s my goal? Many of my friends have                  But I am standing here, not knowing my answer to these questions. What if I end up wanting to do some                                           also trying to determine what we want to do with our future.                                                              ing. I know many adults here - we seniors will join them in just a moment - who have switched their careers                                            future right now does not seem to be too bad.                    anything, it means that there is nothing to stop us from trying things out. We might end up not liking what we                       like, or do something that we never thought we could do. By having no path for yourself, you may be able                      later on for not trying. I think many of us know this feeling.                                        in athletics, or acquire new skills ... but how many times have we been discouraged along the way? We all have failed to start many things, but if we manage to get ourselves on track [for just a few times}, it only gets better.                                                              Julia Tran – Class Valedictorian Class of 2019, faculty, families, loved ones, the celebrities I invited who are probably in disguise right now, I have a big secret.          I have accidentally walked in on people in the girl’s bathroom way too many times, even though I already know the stall doors won’t lock. One week, I was incredibly sick and still went to school, and as I explained to people what it could be, I                                                                        pronounce her name. I think I got lost and got up here somehow, and if someone can lead me back to my seat, that’d be really appreciated.                    school spirit and paint their faces red, white and blue like Firecracker ice pops. Me? I don’t even like popsicles.                                   Now before I get jumped in the parking lot after graduation, by kids who are way too passionate about their high school careers, don’t get me wrong. That doesn’t invalidate your accomplishments. Nor does it invalidate the stress you endured because you felt like you were never going to “get it,” or the emotional spiraling that occurred as you wondered what you were going to do with your life and if you were wasting it away, the overthinking of how you could’ve handled that dispute                        problems and the at-home stressors too uncomfortable to share. It’s probably during high school where we felt the lowest we’ve ever felt.                                                                                           Pirkey loves us so much, no other class will ever compare. Our class is full of talent, dancers and clowns.                                                                                             a new start, a new beginning.                       have much more ahead of us.                                                                   tunities we didn’t have before. And isn’t that exciting too? How many times in life are we given a fresh start? In this speech, I tried to refrain from giving advice. I can’t tell you what to do. I mean, I’ll probably just end up walking in on you in the bathroom. But I wanted to say something I, myself, needed to hear, something obvious but not obvious enough. High school ends but it isn’t THE end. There may be no going back.                     And rather than staying trapped in a windowless room second period,         10 am. If not everlasting, at least we can feel excited now. And of course, looking behind us at the masses of people who came in support, appreciation can’t help but stir up as well. Thank you to every teacher who has been a part of our experience, even the traitors who decided to move or retire. Thank you to our constantly changing administration. Which if it’s going to keep changing, how bout we spice things up a little with more POC faculty and mental health resources? Thank you to the lunch ladies, custodians, and security. Underclassmen, please be respectful. Thank you to family, friends, and people who feel like family and friends. Thank you for feeding me. Among other reasons. Thank you to my advisory. You guys really do deserve a shoutout. And most importantly, thank you to the good people who paid for these      Let’s commence. Thank you. mastering a trade is what they wish               want to struggle through hard research problems. Everyone is unique. Observing my classmates, I see        to admire. I have learned from my friends, and I wish to be like many of you. I truly believe you all will be able to do something great. Along the way, we will be stressed, we will be overwhelmed, we will question ourselves, but keep moving forward. I wish you all the best in the future. Thank you.

Page 12 THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 14, 2019 Revere High School Class of 2019 Commencement at Harry Della Russo Stadium Ward 2 Councillor Ira Novoselsky and Olivia Novoselsky Daniel Maguire, School Committee Carol Tye, School Committee Frederick Sannella, School Committee Stacey Rizzo, School Committee Susan Gravellese, Secretary School Committee Gerry Visconti, Vice Chair School Committee Michael Ferrante, Mayor Brian Arrigo, Asst. Superintendent Dr. Joshua Vadala and Exec Director of Date & Accountability Dr. Lorenco Garcia Asst. Superintendent Dr. Joshua Vadala Principal Dr. John Perella Mayor Brian Arrigo Class President Jenna Wells RHS Poet Laureate Rebecca Villatoro-Alvarez RHS 2019 Graduation Class Toss of Caps

THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 14, 2019 Page 13 Paul Revere School students have fun on Field Day By Tara Vocino S tudents, color coded by grade, enjoyed a sunny Field Day at the Paul Revere Innovation School last Friday, participating in myriad of outdoor activities. The boys competed against the girls in Tugof-War, jumped inside a sack in a race around an orange cone for the fastest time; played Capture the Flag and did a hoop toss, where children had to keep the Hula-Hoop going in a 35-person circle without using their hands. Tara Vocino may be reached at printjournalist1@gmail.com. Leading the way in the girls’ Tug-of-War are Naviah Zelaya and Adrianna Glover, second from front. Chaperoning at right is parent Suada Mansouri. Students in Lina DiCenso’s fi fth-grade classroom: Omar Jaouad, at right, Sophia Greeley, at left, Zachary Guelpa, at right, Lyna Basoussah, at left, Monica Santos, at right, Julissa Hernandez Chavez, at right, Sara Brown, at left, Leena Kistas, at left, Gemma Stamatopoulos, at left, and Rose Cao, at right. They participated in the Sack Race on Field Day at Paul Revere Innovation School on Friday afternoon. (Advocate Photos by Tara Vocino) Fourth-graders in Lindsay Colleran’s class lead in boys’ Tug-of-War. Shown from left to right, leading the pack, are Eric Kemp, Edgar Perranza and Xavier Chafi n. At right, parent Rea Juarez is cheering the boys on. SeaCoast HS students present new computer applications at Science Educators Expo at BC Special to Th e Advocate n Saturday, June 8, David Rivera DeJesus and Anthony DiVito – Revere residents and recent graduates of SeaCoast High School – presented demonstrations of their new computer applications at the Science Educators Expo at Boston College. The Sci-Ed Expo is an event exhibiting exciting STEM projects from students and teachers grades K-12 representing urban schools from the Boston area. In addition to student and teacher projects, the event featured exhibitions from leading STEM organizations in the Boston area and a keynote speaker. This year’s keynote speaker was Alazar Ayele from Biogen Labs in Cambridge, Mass. Rivera DeJesus exhibited his video game, Koduana Jones, which was developed with KODU, a Microsoft Interactive Development Environment (IDE), and DiVito displayed a website he created using HTML and CSS. Both projects were designed and developed in Damian DeSeaCoast HS students David Rivera DeJesus and Anthony DiVito Marco’s Coding class during the schoolyear when they were seniors. O Emma Ganjoli, in center, is guarding the fl ag behind an orange cone in Capture the Flag. Behind her are Det Balaj and Johel Castro Valladares, at right in the baseball cap; they are in Alyssa Provencher’s third grade classroom. Joshua McPherson, in front, captures the yellow flag in Capture the Flag. Behind him are Det Balaj and Emma Ganjoli of Alyssa Provencher’s third grade class. RevereTV Spotlight C ongratulations to Revere High School Class of 2019! It was a complete team eff ort at RevereTV to record and also stream this year’s RHS graduation ceremony live on our channel and on social media. RTV’s Director of Community Media, Andrew Love, led a crew of community members at Harry Della Russo Stadium through a full live production process. This also involved staff monitoring our signal and adding graphics in the studio. Thank you to Jackie Wright, Josh Rojas and Jharline Amaya Pineda for volunteering to take on the roles needed to record and stream the event. If you missed graduation, you can still watch it as it replays on our channel or fi nd it on our social media pages. There, you can also fi nd our coverage of the RHS Senior Prom Red Carpet. Cesar Agudelo has been a reliable community member since he fi rst showed interest in the studio. RevereTV, with Agudelo’s help, covered the Paul Revere School’s Community Field Day on Friday. Coverage of this day of fun will soon be available on all of our outlets. While some community members lent a hand in the fi eld, others were in the studio advancing their skill set. Rachid Moukhabir recorded and submitted more content for two programs, Soccer Talk and Nour Zone. Said Benjebli spent time practicing for his show in our studio. Alexandra Coppola continued working on a project in the editing suites. Fatima Zahra Ouled-Alla expressed her interest in editing and took a class to learn more about Adobe Premiere Pro. As a reminder, all community member and RTV content can be viewed with cable service from both Comcast and RCN. Our Comcast channels are 8 and 9, while our RCN channels are 3 and 13. We upload all of our own RevereTV coverage and content and City of Revere meetings to our YouTube page and Facebook. All community member programming airs on our television channels. If you are interested in becoming a member, feel free to stop by our studio or reach out by phone by calling 781-426-9498.

Page 14 THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 14, 2019 Costa Park Refresh brings artistic nature back to Shirley Avenue TND Costa Park Summer Fellow Rhiannon Alter (left), volunteer Qin Li and TND Community Engagement Manager Kyla Alterman painted approximately 10 fl owers and leaves on the art mural during the Costa Park Refresh last Wednesday afternoon. (Advocate Photos by Tara Vocino) By Tara Vocino A team of volunteers came together for three days last week to breathe life back into Costa Park. During that time, volunteers beautifi ed the park by creating fl oor and recycled bottle cap art and making upgrades to the basketball court as well as painting benches. A colorful 20-flower mural was instantly noticeable and approximately 10 volunteers filled in colors on the fl owers. Mural designer Banasri Mondal said every fl ower represents a diff erent country and after the fl owers are fi lled in, volunteers will write “Welcome” in diff erent languages. “Since every child is special and has his or her own quality, every circle on the fl ower petal will be diff erent,” Mondal said. Jan Dumas, who lives across the street from the park on Walnut Avenue, collected fi ve pounds of bottle caps and designed two cap murals resembling bugs, fl owers and trees. One mural was inside the park behind a bench, and the other one was outside on a bulletin board. Neighbors collected 12 to 14 pounds of colorful bottle caps, according to Dumas. “The fl owers remind us of new beginnings and spring,” Dumas said. “I hope it will be here for a long time.” The Neighborhood Developers (TND) Costa Park Summer Fellow Rhiannon Alter sorted caps with Dumas for approximately three hours, temporarily gluing them on. The city will drill them in to secure them. “I like seeing the community get better for summer,” Alter said. Vanny Huot also helped with the indoor mural. For the outdoor mural, Dumas had a sketch of what she envisioned. “It represents a tree and bringing nature into the community since we don’t have much [nature] here,” Dumas said. The colorful bottle caps, or leaves, represented diff erent seasons and creatures. Behind the tree was a solid black wooden frame. TND Community EngageShown in the front row are fl oor mural artist Banasri Mondal, Bulletin board artist Jan Dumas, Neelix and Painter/Cap mural artist Nora Janjar. Shown in the back row are outdoor Rx Program Coordinator Cassie Baker, The Neighborhood Developers (TND) Summer Costa Fellow Rhiannon Alter, Planning Committee member/TND Board Member Kristen Janjar, TND Community Engagement Manager Kyla Alterman, TND Director of Community Engagement and Collective Impact Vicente Sanabria and Ward 2 Councillor Ira Novoselsky. They took an ice cream break from refreshing Costa Park last Wednesday night. ment Manager Kyla Alterman said it was fun to watch the children’s expressions as they entered the park, which was open during reconstruction. Some of them off ered to help paint after they played on the new equipment. “It’s a great collaboration between volunteers, using grant-funded supplies,” Alterman said. Yasser Medoud, 5, was throwing a basketball into the new blue basketball hoop. “I like how it looks now,” Yaseer said. “It’s so beautiful, and I’m going to have fun on it.” Tara Vocino may be reached at printjournalist1@gmail.com. Mural designer Banasri Mondal said every flower represents a different country. Outdoor Rx Pr ogram Coordinator Cassie Baker painted a bright blue fl ower on the mural during the Costa Park Refresh last Wednesday afternoon. Volunteers Pamela Ross and Jan Dumas stand in front of the developing fl oor mural at Costa Park Refresh last Wednesday night. Yasmin Medoud, 4 (left), Yasser Medoud, 5, and Ryan Aadouche, 10 (center), play basketball on the new Costa Park court last Wednesday afternoon. TND Costa Park Summer Fellow Rhiannon Alter, Neelix and Caps mural artist Jan Dumas kneel in front of the recycled bottle cap flowers that they created, respectively. TND Costa Park Summer Fellow Rhiannon Alter and Caps mural artist Jan Dumas painted this tree made out of bottle caps (flowers) and paint to bring more nature into the space, which doesn’t have a lot.

THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 14, 2019 Page 15 GUINASSO | from page 3 He said there’s still more work to be done and thanked his daughter, Karin, and wife, Linda, for helping him serve. Guinasso is currently the City Council president. Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo (D-Winthrop) said there are great things happening in the city and that Guinasso is one of the few people who have remained involved. “While tonight would normally be my night off , it’s important that I’m here to show appreciation for what this man has done,” DeLeo said. “He deserves every bit of success.” Tara Vocino may be reached at printjournalist1@gmail.com. Ward 5 Councillor candidate Eric Lampedecchio, School Committee Member candidate John Kingston, Councillor-at-Large candidate Nicholas Moulaison, Sr., Councillor-at-Large candidate Dimple Rana and Councillor-at-Large candidate John Correggio Joseph DiNuccio and Ward 5 Councillor candidate Eric Lampedecchio Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo (D-Winthrop) said Guinasso has that same zeal as when he fi rst met him. Ward 3 Councillor Arthur Guinasso said he was honored to be named the City Council’s president. Councillor-at-Large Daniel Rizzo, Councillor-at-Large Steven Morabito, Mayor Brian Arrigo, Ward 3 Councillor Arthur Guinasso, Ward 5 Councillor John Powers, Councillor-at-Large Jessica Giannino and Ward 2 Councillor Ira Novoselsky Shown from left to right are School Committee Member Michael Ferrante, Mayor Brian Arrigo, Ward 3 Councillor Arthur Guinasso, School Committee Vice Chair Carol Tye and School Committee Member Gerry Visconti. Arianna Atsales, Jimmy Atsales, Linda Guinasso and Ward 3 Councillor Arthur Guinasso prepare to cut the cake. City Council Vice President Patrick Keefe supported his colleague Arthur Guinasso with a bumper sticker. Linda Guinasso introduces her husband, Ward 3 Councillor Arthur Guinasso.

Page 16 THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 14, 2019 Memorial Service Honors Fallen Revere Firefighters By Tara Vocino T wo retired fi refi ghters were honored for their many years of service, and Revere’s fi rst honorary fi refi ghter was recognized during the 71st Firefi ghters Memorial Day exercises at the Alden Mills Fire Station in the Point of Pines on Sunday morning. The hourlong service paid tribute to Anthony Vinciarelli, who served for 27 years, and George Taglieri, who served for 42 years, as well as Revere’s fi rst honorary fi refi ghter, Michael Carroll. Those fi refi ghters who died during the past year were also remembered. Tara Vocino may be reached at printjournalist1@gmail.com. Revere Auxiliary Police Deputy Chief Stephen Forgione plays taps. (Advocate Photos by Tara Vocino) Retired Fire Lt. James Caramello reads the names of those lost in the line of duty. Retired Fire Capt. Robert DiSalvo reads the names of those lost in the line of duty. Senior Deputy Fire Chief James Cullen is presented with the Massachusetts Firefi ghter Service Award. Speaker of the House of Representatives Robert DeLeo. State Sen. Joseph Boncore (D-Winthrop) gave the closing remarks. Fire Capt. Michael DiCarlo, Jr. receives the Massachusetts Firefighter Service Award. Deputy Fi re Chief Anthony Giampietro is presented with the Massachusetts Firefi ghter Service Award. Yvonne Taglieri, George Taglieri III and Jane Taglieri remember Senior Deputy Fire Chief George Taglieri for his 42 years of service. Fire Lt. John Carey receives the Massachusetts Firefighter Service Award. Firefighter Stanley Ferragamo receives the Massachusetts Firefi ghter Service Award. Stephan Vinciarelli and Anita Vinciarelli remember Firefighter Anthony J. Vinciarelli, Sr. for his 27 years of service. Deputy Fire Chief Thomas Todisco receives the Massachusetts Firefi ghter Service Award from the State Fire Marshal’s Offi ce. Firefi ghter Frank Barry receives the Massachusetts Firefighter Service Award. Matthew Moeckel and Roberta Moeckel remember their grandfather and father, George Taglieri, a retired Senior Deputy Fire Chief who served for 42 years. Darren Merrill and Yvonne Merrill remember Senior Deputy Fire Chief George Taglieri for his 42 years of service.

THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 14, 2019 Page 17 Softball Patriots drop close decision to host Reading in tourney opener Sophomore Iacoviello makes NEC North Division all-star team; Patriots receive Sportsmanship Award By Joe Mitchell evere High School softball coach Joe Ciccarello had high expectations for his team this spring after last year’s winning results, but they really never got untracked to string together a consistent eff ort. As a result, the Patriots wrapped up their last regular season in the Northeastern Conference (NEC) with a 10-10 record. But despite the .500 reR cord, the Pats still made the Division 1 North state tournament as the 23rd seed, where they lost a competitive battle to Reading (13-7), the 10th seed, in a preliminary round game, 5-2. The Rockets then went on to drop a North fi rst-round encounter to Lynn Classical (15-5), the seventh seed, 2-1. Acton-Boxborough (19-1, regular season record) ended up coming out of Revere’s bracket and are schedRevere student graduates from BC High School uled to play in the North title game on Saturday (June 15, 2 p.m. at Lowell’s Martin Field) against Lowell (19-1), the top seed, or Methuen (16-4), the fi fth seed, who are scheduled to square off against each other in their North semifi nal game on June 13 (after press deadline). There were some postseason accolades for the Revere girls. Sophomore Alexis Iacoviello was chosen for the NEC North Division All-Star team, as the team’s lone representative on the elite squad. As a group, Revere received the conference’s Sportsmanship Award in the North Division. Saugus was the South Division recipient. Ciccarello is hoping his team reverts to form next year, when they set up shop in the new Greater Boston League. But he recently summarized this season with an honest assessment. “Our regular season record is 10-10, and I consider that as an underachieving year,” he said, “because this group was capable of much more.” “However, we are now in the second season and records don’t matter. All that matters is the next game. Win and you move on, lose and you go home.” The Pats did play a close game that could have gone either way, but in the end the host Rockets were able to come out on top. Third annual Moroccan Cultural Day on Shirley Ave. Sat., June 22 T he Moroccan American Connections in Revere (MACIR) is hosting its third annual Moroccan Cultural Day in collaboration with the City of Revere on Saturday June 22 (rain date June 29), from 1pm to 7pm at Shirley Avenue Municipal Parking Lot. The event will highlight the culture of the growing Moroccan diaspora in the city of Revere estimated to be at least 10% of the Revere’s population. The event is free and open to the public. “The success of last year’s event will Robert Graf O n Sunday, May 19, at Boston College High School’s 155th Commencement, President Grace Cotter Regan and the Board of Trustees presented diplomas to 253 members of the Class of 2019. BC High School Principal Stephen Hughes, a 1973 graduate of the school, gave the address. Among the graduates was Robert Allen Graf, who graduated with Academic Honors and as a member of the National Honor Society. He plans on Wake Forest University in the fall. Boston College High School is a Jesuit, Catholic, college-preparatory school for young men in grades 7 to 12. Founded in 1863, the school enrolls approximately 1,500 students from more than 140 communities in eastern Massachusetts. For more info, access http://www. bchigh.edu. allow us to attract bigger sponsors to make this year’s event surpass the ones before. As a matter of fact, we will be raffling a free round trip ticket to Morocco and other surprises will be announced soon” Rachid Moukhabir, Director of the Moroccan Festival, said. This celebration of Moroccan culture will feature Moroccan food, live music, henna tattoo art, and local Moroccan venders. Special guests include Revere Mayor Brian Arrigo, city offi cials and some Moroccan celebrities. There will also be a traditional Moroccan dress contest where the winners will be named Mr. and Ms. Moroccan American. Yet, the best exhibitor will be nominated the 2019 Honorary Ambassador of Morocco to the City of Revere. “During last year’s event, we promoted the country of Algeria and this year, Colombia will be our guest country” Mr. Abdelghani Naim, President of MACIR, said. About MACIR MACIR is a non-profi t organization that inspires and empowers the Moroccan American community in Revere through education, cultural events, leadership and civic engagement initiatives. Previous events and services include Arabic language and Moroccan culture classes, soccer camps and tournaments as well as representing Morocco in multicultural festivals in the city of Revere and beyond. MACIR was nominated last year as the 2018 Community Champion by Revere Chamber of Commerce and received a special recognition from Governor Charlie Baker, the Massachusetts Senates and House of Representatives. Revere resident named to Endicott College Dean’s List BEVERLY – Kelly Arango of Revere was named to the Dean’s List at Endicott College for the spring 2019 semester. In order to qualify for the Dean’s List, a student must Congratulations to the Class of 2019 Congratulations to the Class of 2019 obtain a minimum grade point average of 3.5, receive no letter grade below “C,” have no withdrawal grades and be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credits for the semester.

Page 18 THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 14, 2019 Knight of Columbus hosting Foxwoods Casino Trip on Aug. 11 T he Revere Knight of Columbus is hosting a Foxwoods Casino Trip with continental breakfast, lunch and slot money included. The Revere Knights of Columbus on Central Avenue is sponsoring a day trip to Foxwoods Resort in Mashantucket, Ct., on Sunday, August 11. The cost of the trip is $29.00/per. This includes a continental breakfast at the Knights Hall, which is located at 29 Central Ave. in Revere. Breakfast will be served from 7-8 a.m., just prior to the bus leaving Revere at 8 a.m.; there will also be a lunch voucher and a $10.00 slot credit. The bus will arrive at the destination at about 10:30 a.m. and will depart from Foxwoods at 5 p.m. and be back to Central Avenue by 7:30 p.m. This is on a first come, first served basis – tickets are selling fast – you can reserve your seat by dropping off your check on any Tuesday morning at 29 Central Ave. between 7-9 a.m. (except July 2) or mail checks to the same address. Any questions, please call 781853-0490 and leave a message or email amvjjv@verizon.net. There is no guarantee on you winning at the tables, but it promises to be a great trip and a lot of fun with your friends, or those soon to be. Grand Knight John Verrengia Revere students celebrate graduation from Pioneer Charter School of Science Shown in the front row, from left to right, are Chimaa Boutarf, Iman Bouzaghou and Alexandra Palacios. Shown in the back row, from left to right, are Rita Ouldsahraouia, Ikrame Elouazzani, Hiba Ouldsahraouia, Lina Ghiat, Pedro Monteiro Borges, Julianna Martins, Chaimaa Hossaini, Hatim Salhi and Luz Aguilar Garcia. (Courtesy Photo) Save the Harbor/Save the Bay, Dept. of Conservation& Recreation awarded $17,500 in small grants in nine communities to fund O n Saturday, June 8, Save the Harbor/Save the Bay and the Department of Conservation and Recreation awarded $17,500 in small grants to Revere community organizations which will support free summer beach events throughout Revere as part of Save the Harbor/Save the Bay and DCR’s annual Better Beaches Program. Grantees include Revere Beach Partnership and the Revere Beach Recreation Department who will host events such as the Revere Beach Festival Series, movie nights, and kayaking programs. In total, more than $210,000 was awarded in Better Beaches Program grants. These grants will allow 37 organizations This year’s grants will see the nearly 150 free events on the region’s public beaches from Nahant to Nantasket in 2019. Funds to support the Better Beaches Program come from DCR, JetBlue and the proceeds of the Harpoon Shamrock Splash fundraiser. Since Save the Harbor/Save the Bay began the Better Beaches Program partnership with the Department of Conservation & Recreation in 2008, they have awarded almost $900,000 in small grants to support nearly 500 events on the region's public beaches for kids and families in Lynn, Nahant, Revere, Winthrop, East Boston, South Boston, Dorchester, Quincy and Hull. return of many well-attended events from previous years, along with some newly funded events. Grants support concerts, kayaking, family beach festivals, youth beach parties, songs and stories by the sea and art on the shore along with several other beach related activities. All events funded by these grants are free to the public and are hosted in the region’s beachfront communities of Lynn, Nahant, Revere, Winthrop, East Boston, South Boston, Dorchester, Quincy and Hull, bringing more than 1 million people to the beach. “Each year we look forward to these great events that get people excited about going to the region’s public beaches,” said Save the Harbor President Tani Marinovich. “The beaches are our most important natural resources, but also serve as a cultural resource that helps connect communities and bond neighborhoods.” “Contained within the state parks system are incredible ‘close to home’ beaches that provide excellent recreational opportunities for visitors and their families to enjoy,” said Department of Conservation and Recreation Commissioner Leo Roy. “The Baker-Polito Administration works incredibly hard at fostering strong partnerships with stakeholders like Save the Harbor/Save the Bay in an eff ort to increase access and provide unique programming at state beaches and other natural resources.” With the support of The Boston Circus Guild and JetBlue, this year’s line-up also includes 10 free Life’s A Beach Festivals, featuring trapeze artists, acrobats and jugglers, as well costumed storytellers, performing pirates, a community art project by Save the Harbor’s artist in residence Robin Reed and mandalas in the sand by intertidal artists Andres Amador. "At JetBlue, we are commit* A Delta Dental Premier Provider Dr. Mario Abdennour, Dr. Bhavisha Patel, Dr. Priti Amlani, Dr. Bruce Goldman and team. ted to our community and fun is one of our core values,” said Donnie Todd, Corporate Social Responsibility Liaison for JetBlue, who led a team of over 30 participants in this year’s Shamrock Splash. "More than BEACHES | SEE PAGE 19

THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 14, 2019 Page 19 BEACHES | from page 18 3,000 JetBlue crewmembers call Boston home, we cherish our harbor and proudly support Save the Harbor/Save the Bay and the work they do on the region's public beaches. Service and giving back are in our DNA at JetBlue and our mission to inspire humanity is what guides us as a company. Between the Corporate Social Responsibility team’s work and our Crewmembers’ passions, the common theme is good – JetBlue For Good." Save the Harbor/Save the Bay would like to thank the Baker- Polito Administration and Metropolitan Beaches Commission Co-Chairs, Representative RoseLee Vincent and Senator Brendan Crighton, and the legislative and community members of the Commission, as well as and our partners at the Department of Conservation and Recreation for making this great program possible. Rep. Roselee Vincent of Revere, who Co-Chairs the Metropolitan Beaches Commission, said “Free beach events and programs like those put on by Save the Harbor/Save the Bay and their partners are important to all the region’s residents, including those luck enough to live in Revere, home of America’s fi rst public beach.” Save the Harbor also thanks our Better Beaches Program Families, The YMCA of Greater Boston, The Daily Catch, Baja Taco Truck, and the Blue Sky Collaborative for their support. Save the Harbor/Save the Bay visit www.savetheharbor. org. You can find out more about this year’s Better Beaches program on Save the Harbor’s blog, The Harbor Current, at blog.savetheharbor.org and by following @savetheharbor on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. sponsors, Harpoon Brewery, JetBlue, and the Boston Circus Guild, and the hundreds of participants and donors to the Harpoon Shamrock Splash, which has raised more than $250,000 to support free beach events since it began in 2011. Save the Harbor/Save the Bay recognizes The Boston Foundation, the Richard Saltonstall Charitable Foundation, National Grid, Comcast, Beacon Capital Partners, New England Picture, Mix 104.1, Boston Centers for Youth & McKinnon’s is NOW HIRING a Deli Manager in Everett! APPLY ONLINE OR IN-STORE Family Pack BONELESS SKINLESS CHICKEN BREAST No Broth or Water Added! McKinnon’s Own MARINATED 1/2 CHICKENS Great on the Grill! Family Pack - Bone In CHICKEN DRUMS OR THIGHS Save 30¢ lb. Loose - Butter & Sugar Variety CORN ON THE COB Save $3.99 on 12 12/$ 399 Land O’Lakes - Alpine Lace SWISS CHEESE Save $1.50 lb. 4 lbs. or More - 75% Lean FRESH GROUND BEEF Save $1.80 lb. Family Pack - Bone In COUNTRY-STYLE PORK SPARE RIBS Marinated: $1.99 lb. USDA Prime NY SIRLOIN STEAK WOW! Dad’s Favorite! MCKINNON’S OWN MARINADES Original or Cowboy McKinnon’s Own OVEN ROASTED TURKEY BREAST Save $1 lb. Sale Dates: Friday, June 14th to Thursday, June 20th, 2019 www.reverealuminumwindow.com

Page 20 THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 14, 2019 Beacon Hill Roll Call By Bob Katzen By Bob Katzen THE HOUSE AND SENATE. Beacon Hill Roll Call records local representatives’ and senators’ votes on roll calls from the week of June 3-7. ALLOW UNIONS TO CHARGE NON-UNION MEMBERS FOR SOME COSTS (H 3854) House 155-1, approved and sent to the Senate a bill that would allow unions to charge non-members for the cost of some services and representation. The bill was fi led as a response to a 2018 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that public employees cannot be forced to pay fees or dues to a union to which he or she does not belong. Freedom of speech advocates hailed the decision while labor advocates said it was an unjust attack on unions. “Today the Massachusetts House of Representatives stood up for workers,” said Massachusetts AFL-CIO President Steven Tolman. “They stood up for workers and against the right-wing special interests that forced their antiunion views across the country through the misguided and political Janus Supreme Court ruling.” “The union bosses just got the green light to harass and intimidate state workers who are not enrolled in a union,” said Paul Craney, spokesman for the Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance. “They can fl ex their muscle as much as they want, to the detriment of our state workers, and Massachusetts can thank the 155 House lawmakers who voted for it.” “This legislation is just one important step in the fight against anti-worker attacks,” said Peter MacKinnon, president of SEIU Local 509. “Even now, the labor movement is facing new legal threats designed to make their way through the courts to drain our resources and weaken our collective power. Our members, our legislators and our communities must stand united against those that attempt to divide us.” “While I wasn’t opposed to the overall bill, I truly believe that personal privacy is a fundamental human right,” said Rep. Shawn Dooley (R-Norfolk), the only member who voted against the bill. “And for the Legislature to create a law that takes away that right from a citizen is simply wrong. All I was asking is that the employee be given a choice if they wanted to share their private, personal information with the union. Maybe it is only a couple of people, but isn’t our duty to protect their privacy rights over the wants and desires of a trade organization? Obviously, I’m alone in this thinking, but I feel this is an extremely slippery slope and sets a dangerous precedent.” (A “Yes” vote is for the bill. A “No” vote is against it.) Rep. Bob DeLeo Yes Rep. RoseLee Vincent Yes PERSONAL INFO (H 3854) House 31-125, rejected an amendment that would eliminate the requirement that employees give the union their home address, home and cell phone number and personal email address. The amendment would leave in place the requirement that the employee provide his or her work telephone number and work email address. Amendment supporters said that requiring personal information is an invasion of the employee’s privacy. They noted that unions have enough ways to contact new employees without using personal information. “It is more than reasonable to expect that unions, who will be representing individuals in their work interest, should contact those prospective members at their place of work,” said Dooley the sponsor of the amendment. “This amendment would ensure that unions, whose reputation has not always been sterling, cannot use unnecessarily coercive or harassing tactics to impose on someone’s privacy at their home or on their cell phone in order to pressure them into union membership.” Amendment opponents said laws have to keep up with the times. They noted that today’s communication is done via cell phone and personal email address, not home address and landline phone. (Please read carefully what a “Yes” and a “No” vote mean. On this roll call, the vote can easily be misinterpreted. A “Yes” vote is against requiring that employees give the union their home address, home and cell phone number and personal email address. A “No” vote is for requiring it.) Rep. Bob DeLeo No Rep. RoseLee Vincent No BREACH OF INFO (H 3854) House 28-128, rejected an amendment that would require unions to provide the state with a bond with suffi - cient surety to provide credit monitoring and identity theft protection services to all union members in the event of a data breach. The amendment also would hold the union liable for any damage or injury that results from the disclosure of any employee contact information to a third party. “Seemingly weekly we read news of yet another largescale data breach of individuals’ personal data,” said Rep. Dooley. “It is reasonable to assume that a union with whom we entrust such personal information to, shall take the necessary steps to prevent and secure against identity theft. If they violate this law and illegally share the personal information they have collected from an employee, it is only logical that they should be held liable for any damage or injury that results.” Amendment opponents said credit monitoring and identity theft protection services would already be provided to each employee under a law passed last year that applies to not just union workers, but to all workers. (A “Yes” vote is for the amendment. A “No” vote is against it.) Rep. Bob DeLeo No Rep. RoseLee Vincent No EMPLOYER MUST GIVE EMPLOYEE THE OPTION TO OPT OUT (H 3854) House 27-129, rejected an amendment that would require an employer to meet with a newly hired employee and inform the employee he or she has the option not to join the union. “It is entirely possible, if not likely, that a new employee may not be aware that under [the Supreme Court decision] they have the right to choose not to join a union and to pay union dues,” said Dooley. “However, asking an employee who may not even be aware of that right to decline when sitting across the table from a union representative does not give that employee the ability to make that decision free from all pressure or coercion. It is right and fair that an employer should provide their employees with all information pertaining to their rights, and the ability to choose to opt out while not being pressured by a union rep.” Amendment opponents off ered no arguments during the debate. Despite repeated requests by Beacon Hill Roll Call for a comment from three representatives who voted against the amendment, none of them responded including Rep. Tackey Chan (DQuincy), Dan Ryan (D-Charlestown) and Bud Williams (DSpringfi eld). Chan, Ryan and Williams are very familiar with the bill since they fi led their own versions of it months ago. Their versions were eventually consolidated into this new version that was being debated on the House fl oor. (A “Yes” vote is for the amendment. A “No” vote is against it.) Rep. Bob DeLeo No No Rep. RoseLee Vincent No BAN HAND-HELD CELL PHONES (S 2216) Senate 40-0, approved a bill that would prohibit drivers from using a hand-held cellphone or other electronic device to make a call or access social media. The measure allows drivers to use only a hands-free phone but allows him or her to perform a single tap or swipe to activate or deactivate the hands-free mode feature. Use of a handheld phone would be permitted in emergencies including if emergency service is necessary for the safety of the operator, a passenger or a pedestrian; and if police intervention is necessary due to a motor vehicle being operated in a manner that poses a threat to the safety of travelers on the roadway or to pedestrians. Violators would be fi ned $100 for a fi rst off ense,$250 for a second off ense and $500 for a third off ense and subsequent off enses. A third off ense would count as a surchargeable off ense that could lead to higher insurance rates for the violator. Supporters said that the bill would save lives and prevent accidents. They noted that the measure does not ban cellphone use but simply requires the use of handsfree ones. They pointed to accidents, deaths and injuries involving handheld cell phones. Although no one voted against the bill, some opponents say that the restriction is another example of government intrusion into people’s cars and lives. Others note that there are already laws on the books prohibiting driving while distracted and that the bill is a bonanza for insurance companies which will collect millions of dollars in surcharges. “Studies on the eff ectiveness of hands-free vs. handheld cellphone operation of a motor vehicle are inconclusive at best,” said Rep. Peter Durant (R-Spencer), one of the two members who voted against a similar measure when it was up for a vote in the House a few weeks ago. “The real culprit in distracted driving is texting, which was already banned in 2010 but are still at staggeringly high levels. This bill doesn’t solve the problem of distracted driving and we could have used the money spent in this bill to provide better public awareness of the dangers and consequences of texting and driving.” “After fi fteen years of fi ling and tirelessly pushing legislation to ban such dangerous behavior, Beacon Hill is fi nally ready to end the tragedies occurring on our roadways,” said Sen. Mark Montigny (DNew Bedford). The chief proponent of the bill in the Senate. “Today, the Senate again passed a strong bill to save lives. We can never truly understand the pain suff ered by the families of distracted driving victims, but we certainly owe it to them to put this on the governor’s desk ASAP.” The House has approved a diff erent version of the bill and a conference committee will work out the diff erences. (A “Yes” vote is for the bill.) Sen. Joseph Boncore Yes $200 MILLION IN CHAPTER 90 FUNDING FOR LOCAL ROADS (H 69) Senate 40-0, approved and Gov. Charlie Baker signed into law a bill authorizing $200 million in one-time funding for the maintenance and repair of local roads and bridges in cities and towns across the state. The package is a bond bill under which the funding would be borrowed by the state through the sale of bonds. Other provisions include $200 million for rail improvements and $1.5 billion in bonding to allow for federal interstate repairs to advance. According to offi cials, 80 percent of the $1.5 billion would be reimbursed by the federal government. Supporters said the $200 million would help cities and towns keep their roads and bridges safe and allow many vital municipal road projects to move forward. “Chapter 90 funding provides cities and towns with critical resources to carry out important projects like highway construction and road paving to improve local infrastructure in communities across Massachusetts,” said Gov. Baker. “We thank the Legislature for working with our administration to pass this bill and continue our support for local offi cials this construction season.” No one voted against the bill but there are some legislators and city and town offi cials who say the $200 million that has been given for the past few years is insuffi - cient. The Massachusetts Municipal Association [MMA] has been seeking for several years to increase the amount to $300 million. “The MMA’s longterm goal is to work with the governor and Legislature on a shared strategy to increase Chapter 90 funding and provide a multi-year framework, so that cities and towns can BEACON | SEE PAGE 22

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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 June 3-7, the House met for a total of six hours and 12 minutes while the Senate met for a total of three hours and 33 minutes. Mon. June 3 House 11:01 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. Senate 11:09 a.m. to 11:17 a.m. Tues. June 4 No House session No Senate session Wed. June 5 House 11:03 a.m. to 4:07 p.m. No Senate session Thurs. June 6 House 11:02 a.m. to 11:56 a.m. Senate 11:05 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Fri. 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THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 14, 2019 Page 23 Revere resident named to Fitchburg State Dean’s List FITCHBURG – Fitchburg EXERCISE OF POWERS OF APPOINTMENT ceived outright or in further Trust. O ften times, an individual may wish to have the right to control the ultimate distribution of a Trust. This is called a power of appointment. Powers of appointment are often included in Trust documents in order to create greater flexibility in a multigenerational estate plan. As an example, a husband may die leaving property in Trust for the benefi t of his spouse. The terms of the Trust may provide that, upon the death of the surviving spouse, the remaining Trust principal will be distributed to the husband’s children. The terms of the Trust may also contain a power of appointment provision wherein the surviving spouse has the right to exercise this power of appointment via her Last Will and Testament thereby allowing her to redirect the ultimate distribution to only one child of the husband as opposed to all of his children and/or the right to determine whether or not the Trust principal will be reAnother example would be if a daughter was named a lifetime income benefi ciary of her parent’s living Trust. This Trust might contain a power of appointment provision allowing the daughter to exercise it via her Last Will and Testament. A specific provision must be included in her Will in order to exercise the power of appointment thereby appointing (distributing) the Trust principal to her spouse, her children, or even a charity. As part of the estate planning process, it is important to ascertain whether someone holds any such power of appointment as contained in a living trust (revocable or irrevocable) and, if so, to make sure that the power of appointment is exercised via the Last Will and Testament, if that person’s wish is to indeed exercise the power, or to at least confi rm with the holder of the power that he or she does not wish to exercise the power. A power that may be exercised via one’s Last Will and Testament is referred to as a testamentary power of appointment. The holder of the power is also called the donee of the power or the power holder. The exercise of the power of appointment would occur once the Will is submitted to a probate court and allowed. Joseph D. Cataldo is an estate planning/elder law attorney, Certifi ed Public Accountant, registered investment advisor, AICPA Personal Financial Specialist and holds a masters degree in taxation. 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THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 14, 2019 Page 25 Obituaries Angela (Firicano) Montano f Malden, age 84. O Beloved wife of the late Giuseppe. Loving mother of Ferdinando Montano & his wife Domenica of Saugus, Maria Sordillo & her longtime companion, Peter Buonaugurio of Wilmington, Anna Palumbo & her husband Michael of Malden, Rosa Sellitto and her husband Nicola of New Jersey and Grace Buckley and her husband John of Lynnfi eld. Sister of Joseph Firicano and his wife Girolama of Somerville, Leonardo Firicano and his wife Caterina of Palermo, Sicily, Maria Paglia and the late Domenic and Francesco Firicano. Also survived by 18 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren, nephews and nieces. OFFICER | from page 24 born, I really feel like I knew him. From what I hear, everyone says he was ‘the best,’ said Nick. “We got to learn all about what “Vitale Pride” is. My Uncles always tell us he’s the one who coined that phrase, that’s awesome!” Bob Vitale, a retired Transit Police Offi cer and brother of the late Offi cer said, “It’s always great to see a few of the veteran active members of the Department who remain on the job and some of the retirees come to the Park to enjoy this with us but it’s really great to see so many of the younger guys show up to pay their respects. These guys don’t forget. A lot of the children of the offi cers have received scholarships and this year will be more of the same.” “It’s not an exaggeration to say there’s not a day that goes by that I don’t think of him” said his brother Dick Vitale, “he had that kind of impact on me, you could depend on him for anything, anytime, anywhere, no questions asked.” Eileen Vitale, wife of the late offi cer remarked; “June 18 is always a tough day for me, always has been, always will be. I love that we still host the park reception and the annual golf tournament. 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Vitale Memorial Fund, Inc. c/o Caputo & Co, CPA's, 99 Conifer Hill Dr., Suite 202, Danvers, MA 01923 or visit on the web at www.vitalememorialfund.org Leonard & her wife Katelyn of Swampscott, & the late Denise Lee. Loving uncle of Alycia, Michael, Andrew, Gena, Shea, & great-nephew, Joshua. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital at stjude.org. Carmen R. (Martin) Trindall I n Revere, June 8, following a lengthy illness, at 90 years. Wife of the late Horace S. Trindall, Jr. & Arthur E. Loretti. Cherished mother of Beverly A. Petrelli & husband Robert of Weymouth, Stephen P. Trindall & wife Karen of Hanover. Beloved grandmother to Alicia Murray & husband Daniel of Hanover, Robert Petrelli, Jr. & wife, Maria & their daughter, Mia Livia Petrelli of Weymouth, Helen Trindall & Peter Trindall, both of Hanover. Dear sister of Ida McNeill of Nevada, Pauline Paris of Cambridge, Gerard Martin of Danvers, Lucy Woods of Florida & the late, Frances Albergo, Dolores Haley, Paul, Omer & Louis Martin. Also lovingly survived by JoAnne Loretti of Malden, Carol Blanch & husband Lawrence of Tewksbury & their children, Justin, Courtney & McKayla Blanch & Arthur E. Loretti, Jr. & wife, Donna of Florida & their children, Heather Loretti of Winthrop & Lauren Laudani & husband Brian of Merrick, New York. Many nieces, nephews, grandnieces OBITUARIES | SEE PAGE 26 11. In which movies would you find Captain Jack Sparrow? 1. On June 14, 1972, what insecticide did the EPA ban? 2. What Benedictine monk invented champagne? 3. What is the largest U.S. art museum? (Hint: in Manhattan.) 4. What is the world’s largest (by surface area) freshwater lake? 5. On June 14, 1777, what flag was formally adopted by the Continental Congress? 6. In June 2003 what was instituted to protect against telemarketers? 7. Hula Hoops became popular in what decade? 8. On June 15, 1752, who performed a kite-flying experiment showing the relationship of electricity and lightning? 9. In swimming, what are the four standard strokes? 10. On June 16, 1884, what “first” in American amusement debuted at Coney Island? 12. On June 17, 1775, what battle occurred mostly on Breed’s Hill? (Hint: in Massachusetts.) 13. What toy did Wham-O first market as a Pluto Platter™ Putt Putt? 14. Where is the Sea of Tranquility? 15. On June 17, 1898 what Dutch artist famous for optical illusions was born? 16. What dessert is unofficially celebrated on June 14? (Hint: a fruit.) 17. In what year did U.S. women receive voting rights: 1899, 1910 or 1920? 18. On June 18, 1983, Space Shuttle Challenger launched carrying what first female spaceship crew member? 19. In 1904 at the St. Louis World Fair, what beverage first became popular due to free samples? 20. What dog said, “You can’t hurry love or pizza, especially pizza”? 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Page 30 THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 14, 2019 DELIVERS | from page 7 Meso Stakes for trainer Karl Grusmark and jockey Tammi Piermarini. A homebred for Joseph DiRico, the six-yearold son of Dublin is two for two in 2019. The race was named in honor of New England champion Mr. Meso, one of the most decorated Massachusetts-bred horses in history. Mr. Meso retired from racing in 2011 at the age of 11 with a resume that included 24 victories from 68 starts with over $467,000 in earnings. Since his retirement, he has served as the stable pony for trainers Matthew and Dylan Clarke. After the race, Mr. Meso was brought into the winner’s circle for a celebratory photo. The live racing and food truck festival weekends are scheduled to conclude on Saturday and Sunday, June 29-30 as the historic track will host live racing for the fi nal time. After June 30, the track will remain open year-round for simulcasting. Sterling Suff olk Racecourse (SSR), the company that operates racing and simulcasting at Suff olk Downs, is currently working alongside the New England Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association, Inc. (NEHBPA) and the Massachusetts Thoroughbred Breeders Association (MTBA) on plans to refurbish and return live racing to the Great Barrington Fairgrounds in Great Barrington, Mass., and to continue simulcasting operations in Boston. About Suff olk Downs Built by 3,000 workers in just 62 days when Massachusetts authorized pari-mutuel REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Copyrighted material previously published in Banker & Tradesman/The Commercial Record, a weekly trade newspaper. It is reprinted with permission from the publisher, The Warren Group. For a searchable database of real estate transactions and property information visit: www.thewarrengroup.com. BUYER1 BUYER2 Santos, Steven Asnis, Tatyana Jiang, Amber Hanek, Bailey SELLER1 Santos, Nicole Santos, Marco V Colangelo, Florence R K Anthony RT DCM Realty LLC SELLER2 Santos, Gloria A Celano, Kenneth ADDRESS 42 Folsom St 541 Revere St #3B CITY Revere Revere 350 Revere Beach Blvd #2E Revere 229 Lincoln St #2 Revere DATE 24.05.2019 23.05.2019 23.05.2019 21.05.2019 PRICE $550 000,00 $225 000,00 $265 000,00 $490 900,00 wagering in 1935, the historic track has been a showcase for some of the most famous names in Thoroughbred racing history, including Seabiscuit, Whirlaway, John Henry, Cigar and Skip Away. For more information, visit www.suff olkdowns.com. Happy Father’s Day!                                           OPEN HOUSE                                           Darlene Minincleri & Sue Palomba                                          53 Jackson St. Saugus (781) 813-3325 Call for a FREE Market Analysis                                    NEW LEASE - Prime Commercial space on Route 1, South, Saugus. Incredible Exposure 1000 Square Feet Including all utilities.     OPEN HOUSE                                                                                                                                 SOLD SOLD SOLD

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Please call Saugus Inspectional Services for all permitted uses.........................................$575,000.                     room, hardwood, au-pair suite, custom woodwork thru out, cen air & vac, 2 c gar, great Woodland loc.............$689,900. LYNN 1st AD 7 rm Garrison Col 3 spacious bedrms, 1 ½ baths, lvrm, dnrm, sunny kitchen with slider to         familyrm, cen air, freshly painted in & out! Ward One location.........................................................$399,900. SAUGUS 1st AD 6 rooms, 2-3 bedroom cape offers open concept living room/dining room, updated       security system, fenced yard, 5 yr old roof, one car garage, large deck.....................................$369,900. SAUGUS 1st AD Perfectly locatd 6 rm, dormered Cape          bedrooms, eat-in kit w/newer appliances, hardwood, deck, level yard w/brick patio, one car gar, Lynnhurst....$439,900. SAUGUS 1st AD Wonderful Chalet style ranch offers            patio, kit w/dining area, master w/half bath and private balcony with amazing water views, familyrm in LL, 2 car, 3 yr old heat, lg, private back yard...........$425,000. SAUGUS PERFECT in everyway! Custom CE Col offers 11 rms, 5 bdrms, 3 full & 2half baths, grand foyer w/ele         met kit w/amazing granite counters & center island w/bar sink & seating, dining area w/atrium door to awesome         ished LL w/playrm. Go to: 5PiratesGlen.com $1,400,000. WONDERING WHAT YOUR HOME IS WORTH? CALL FOR YOUR FREE MARKET ANALYSIS! LITTLEFIELD REAL ESTATE SAUGUS ~ Rehabbed colonial. New windows, siding, new kitchen with quartz counters, stainless appliances, new cabinets. New hardwood flooring throughout house. New heat. Central AC. New maintenance free deck. .........$570,000 SAUGUS ~ Desirable 2 family. Each unit has 2 beds, updated kitchens and baths, vinyl siding, in-unit laundry, rear decks .......$499,000 SAUGUS ~ 2 family new to market! 4 bed, 2.5 bath, granite counters, SS appliances, newer gas heat/AC, prof landscaping, custom paint, new patio, 1 bed apt. .......................$739,000 38 Main Street, Saugus MA WWW.LITTLEFIELDRE.COM 781-233-1401 PEABODY ~ 4 bed colonial, 2.5 baths, central AC, finished basement, SS appliances, hardwood throughout, great cul-de-sac location, gas heat ....................$759,000 Call Rhonda Combe For all your real estate needs!! 781-706-0842                         SAUGUS ~ 3 bed, 1.5 bath colonial. Open concept 1st floor, 2 car garage, newer gas heat, roof and HW heater, prof landscaping....$ Coming Soon in Lynn: Brand New Construction! Call Rhonda Combe SAUGUS ~ Recently renovated ranch. Kitchen, appliances, heat, AC, roof and vinyl siding all replaced in 2011.Fenced in yard, hot tub, storage shed. .....$384,900 SAUGUS ~ 3 bed ranch, open concept, stainless appliances, private dead end street, newer gas heat, hardwood flooring, 10k lot, garage ..............$435,000 for details! REVERE ~ 2 family located in the Beachmont area, 3 beds, one bath in top unit, 2 beds, one bath lower unit .....................................$639,000 LAND FOR SALE SAUGUS Call Rhonda Combe at 781-706-0842 for details!! Under Contract

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