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isa Jean DeLacey graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point on May 27, 2017. She is a 2013 graduate of Malden High School (MHS). At her West Point graduation, she was commissioned as an officer into the United States

Army with the rank of 2nd Lieutenant. While at West Point, Lisa was a member of the Cycling Team, Handball Team, and German Language Forum Committee. She

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By Barbara Taormina he City Council’s proposal to extend the building moratorium on multifamily development wound its way through another vote this week at an Ordinance Committee meeting. Committee members approved two versions of a six-month moratorium extension that would run through the end of this year. The first extension proposal would put a hold on building projects of five or more units except in the downtown area and the Rowe’s Quarry development. The second proposal would apply the building moratorium to the entire city. Councillors have said the additional six months are needed to craft and pass new zoning regulations meant to reign in residential development. “This allows us to get a lot of these things done,� said Ward

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By Barbara Taormina irefighters saved taxpayers some money this year with DIY repairs and renovations to the central fire station. The Finance Committee reviewed the 2018 budget for the Police and Fire Departments this week. Together, the two departments make up almost 12 percent of the $180 million budget proposed by Mayor Gary Christenson. The Fire Department’s $10.3 million inched up less than $36,000 from last year but it doesn’t include pay raises. Those increases come later with the $1.4 million the city will tuck away in its salary reserve account. The only significant change in the department’s operating budget is a jump from $250,000 to $350,000 for overtime pay. Fire Chief Kevin Finn said a lot of improvements have been made to the central fire station over the past year, including newly renovated dispatch and training rooms. “The guys did the work to move the dispatch

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7 Councillor Neil Kinnon. “If we don’t pass this, on July 1 people can come in with a proposal and go under the old rules.� Kinnon said the recent moratorium study and survey have given the council the financial data and community feedback they had hoped to collect when voters approved the building freeze in November 2015. Results from a community-wide survey showed that 73 percent of the more than 2,000 residents who participated want the city to stop approving developments of 20 units or more throughout the city. Despite those results, some city officials have expressed concerns that the moratorium would send the wrong message and suggest that Malden is opposed to growth and change. Kinnon, however, downplayed those concerns. “The idea that this is going to chase people away from the

city is an absolute fallacy proven by the last 18 months,� he said. Ordinance Committee members also unanimously agreed on a new height regulation that would limit new residential construction to three stories. Both the moratorium extension proposals and the new height restriction were recommended by the Planning Board and will now move back to the full City Council for a final vote. Meanwhile, Ward 4 Councillor Ryan O’Malley renewed his call for a new zoning map that would more clearly define parts of the city where growth would be welcomed and encouraged. And Kinnon and Ordinance Committee Chairman Councillor-at-Large Craig Spadafora said they are ready to start work on at least 10 other proposals that would control growth and development throughout the city.

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room and they put the leftover space into a training room,� Finn told the committee. “The new dispatch center is beautiful, it really is.� Finn praised firefighters for their teamwork and their shared goal of being the best Fire Department possible for the city. Over the past year, firefighters responded to about 10 major fires and slews of other incidents that were contained and resolved before they rose to the department’s definition of a fire. “We’re very busy,� said Finn. Ward 6 Councillor Neil Kinnon asked about staffing and whether the roughly 120 members of the department provided enough manpower to cover the city’s growing population. Kinnon questioned medical aid calls specifically and noted those needs will be skyrocketing as the city’s population ages. “Right now, I think we’re doing a good job,� said Finn. “It’s the other things – the community service things – that you wish you could do more of.� Still, Finn assured committee

members that the Fire Department was getting the job done with the money provided in the budget. “Malden is well protected,� he said. Police budget Police Chief Kevin Molis said many of the increases in the 2018 budget proposed for his department are contractual. Spending for the Police Department is expected to increase by about $571,000 or about 5.5 percent. Salaries for officers and patrolmen, which were just over $8 million in 2016, are expected to rise to around $8.6 million this year. The budget proposal calls for a small increase of about $37,000 in the department’s operating and maintenance account. Police expect to save about $40,000 in gasoline, $7,000 in clothing and dry cleaning and $23,000 in custodial services. Although the operating budget proposal also shows a $20,000 decrease in technolo-

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Ward 4 Councillor Ryan O’Malley announces re-election campaign for Malden City Council ouncillor Ryan O’Malley has announced his candidacy for the Malden City Council representing Ward Four. Ryan was born and raised in Malden, where he is now a homeowner. He graduated from Malden High School and earned a bachelor’s degree from the College of the Holy Cross.

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Ryan O’Malley Ward 4 Councillor nesses of Ward Four and it is clear that sustainable growth which supports businesses and encourages home ownership is desired in order to enhance the quality of life for Malden residents. “New commercial developments that bring jobs to Malden and smaller owner occupied projects that increase homeownership are the top priority.” Ryan also believes that development projects must be properly mitigated with concrete infrastructure improvements. “We as a community need to hold developers to a higher standard when it comes to mitigation improvements to the surrounding areas directly impacted by development. Proper road, water and sewer infrastructure improvements must be required when projects are being reviewed by the City Council and Planning Board.” As a former park ranger green space is also a priority for Ryan.

Since taking office in 2016 Ryan has worked with the DPW to plant over 50 street trees in Ward Four. Empowered by the community referendums which approved the Community Preservation Act and encouraged the City to acquire more parkland, Ryan applied for funding through the Community Development Block Grant to build an ADA accessible pathway into Coytemore Lea Park, which is now complete. Ryan also organizes the annual Waitt’s Mount clean ups and co-hosts the Stargazing and Storytelling event with Malden Reads at the City’s highest altitude park. When it came to light last year that Malden has the highest percentage of lead service lines in the state, Ryan reviewed dozens of Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) documents that went back to 1992. Ryan then brought this information to the public via the City Council and proposed an aggressive lead pipe replacement plan which would have utilized over $7.2 million in existing funds. While the lead pipe proposal did not survive the City Council it did raise the public’s awareness of this serious public health issue. “It is crucial that we replace our aging water and sewer infrastructure underground before we rip up existing sidewalks and resurface roads. In parts of Ward Four residents know that the reason their roads are deteriorating is because the sewers beneath our roads are crumbling.” Ryan’s education and experience inform the positions he has taken on the City Council and they have prepared him for the battles he will continue to fight to restore classical principles and common sense to government. “The People of Malden are sick and tired of the same old smoke and mirrors act. I pledge to continue to shine light on Malden’s most pressing issues and ensure that the voice of the people is heard and respected on the City Council.” Join Ryan at his campaign kickoff at Hugh O’Neill’s in Malden Square on June 8th from 6 to 8 p.m.! O’Malley Re-election Campaign Kickoff Where: Hugh O’Neill’s When: June 8th 6-8 p.m. For more information about Ryan: Committee to Elect Ryan O’Malley – Facebook: facebook. com/maldenomalley – E-mail: maldenomalley@gmail.com – Website: ryanjom.wixsite.com/ ryanomalley – Phone: (781) 333-8802.


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By Barbara Taormina ast year, the Malden community lost retired Air Force Colonel Joseph Cafarella, a World War II vet who served in the military for nearly 36 years. Last week, as part of Malden’s Memorial Day observances, the city created a lasting tribute to the local hero with the dedication of Col. Joseph R. Cafarella Memorial Square at Judson and Newhall Streets. “Congrats and thank you to the Cafarella family for sharing Joe with our nation for 40 years. He will never be forgotten!” tweeted Mayor Gary Christenson. Ward 2 Councillor Paul Condon said it was important moment for the family and especially for Cafarella’s wife, Mary, who watched the dedication ceremony from the front porch of their home. A Malden native, Cafarella served in the U.S. Army Air Force from October 1942 to January 1946, as the Group Navigator with the 320th Bomb Group in Europe. He flew in many combat missions in B26-type planes. Cafarella was an expert in not only radio but also celestial navigation, a skill that is highly admired by those traveling dark skies and seas. His knowl-

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issued the award to Lisa, and they selected her even though she wasn’t a major in that department – somewhat unusual. The 2017 Commencement Address was given by United States Secretary of Defense James Mattis, Directing his remarks to each of the graduating cadets, he said in a very personal way, “You join the ranks of those whose mission is to guard freedom and to protect the innocent... The innocent noted in your class motto: ‘So others may dream.’... Each of you cadets graduating today are reinforcing the ranks of our Army... You will drive home a salient point: that free men and women will volunteer to fight ethically and fiercely to defend our experiment that you and I call, simply, America. You graduates commissioned today will carry the hopes of your country on your young shoulders. You

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Michael Drummey announces candidacy for re-election to School Committee y name is Michael Drummey, and I am proud to announce my candidacy for reelection as the Ward 1 representative to the Malden School Committee. I am currently a member of the budget, public facilities and safety, negotiation, and the space and enrollment subcommittees. I also served on the superintendent search committee and worked diligently to select the candidate that best fit the needs of our students and school system. These experiences, coupled with my past two years of working with administrators, educators, and students has giv-

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Scott Ciccone hosts campaign kickoff for Ward 7 Council seat n Thursday, May 25th, at Jack’s Ristorante in Ward 7, Scott Ciccone kicked off his campaign with telling voters that he is running because it’s time for a change. In introducing Ciccone, Glen Ellis, owner of CRG Business Solutions, an office supply company in Malden, spoke highly of Ciccone’s honesty, hard work, and determination. From playing Malden sports to running local political campaigns, Ciccone has always been an active member of the Malden community. Now, Ciccone says, he wants to earn the trust and support of Ward 7 residents so that he can give back to the community where he was born and raised. His most important priority will be to make sure Ward 7 is no longer the Forgotten Ward. In doing so, he discussed the need to support DPW’s work to fix potholes, and repave Ward 7’s roads and sidewalks. In addition, he stressed the importance of ensuring our public safety officials have the support and resources necessary to keep our communities safe. As Ward 7’s next Councillor, he will urge city officials to appropriate more dollars and staff to police, fire, and public works. Moving forward, Ciccone wants to see

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all meetings open to the public where citizens are welcomed to exchange their ideas with all of the City Councillors. Ciccone’s campaign committee was overwhelmed by the number of people in attendance. “Our message of change is definitely resonating,” Michael Gorecki, Ciccone’s campaign manager said. He added, “Let me put it this way... I have never seen turnout like this for a challenger running against an incumbent. We were expecting about 25 people, maybe 30 at best. We never expected an overflow – people having to move to the other side of the

restaurant. There had to easily be over 70 people there. Many want to hear something new and different, and Scott is offering that.” Gorecki was also impressed that the campaign committee was able to raise $2,500 in one night, coming nearly all from supporters giving $100 or less. Over the following days, weeks, and months, Scott Ciccone and his campaign will be canvassing Ward 7 to earn every resident’s vote. To learn more about Ciccone’s campaign, you can visit scottforward7. com, or you can reach him directly by phone at (617) 605-0213, or by email at scott@scottforward7.com.


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BEACON | SEE PAGE 4 partment of Correction to cover the payroll for the month of June; $14 million for snow and ice removal; and $1.5 million for staffing the state’s summer pools. Supporters said the package is a balanced one that helps close out the books on fiscal 2017 and funds necessary programs while continuing fiscal responsibility. They said this is a lot less money than many supplemental budgets but it is money that must be spent to ensure snow plow contractors are paid in a timely fashion and that prison and pool staff are paid. The lone opponent said that the state currently has a $500 million shortfall and argued that the budget process needs major reforms and more transparency so that taxpayers know how their money is being spent. He noted there is no firm figure on the amount of money being spent on illegal immigrants but estimates run as high as almost $2.5 billion. He argued that spending on MassHealth has increased from $8 billion to $16 billion in eight years and 30 percent of the state’s population is on subsidized health care. (A “Yes” vote is for the budget. A “No” vote is against it.) Rep. Paul Donato Yes Rep. Steven Ultrino Yes $40.4 BILLION FISCAL 2018 BUDGET (S 3) Senate 38-0, approved a $40.4 billion fiscal 2018 budget. Over a 3-day period, the Senate added an estimat-

ed $50 million to the budget and considered and voted on more than 1,000 proposed amendments. All but one of the amendments which were voted on by a recorded roll call (in which people can see how their senator voted,) were not controversial and were approved unanimously -- garnering the support of all Democratic and Republican senators. Conversely there were many controversial amendments that that were decided by voice votes or standing votes -- neither of which allows you to see how an individual senator voted. Some of the amendments approved without a roll call vote were ones to increase the tax on flavored cigars; hike from $20 to $45 the Registry of Deeds fee that funds the Community Preservation Act Trust Fund; and eliminate the $80 per month parole fee charged to prisoners who are on parole. Some of the amendments rejected without a roll call were ones to reduce the sales tax from 6.25 percent to 5 percent; reduce the income tax from 5.1 to 5 percent; and establish a two-day sales tax holiday in August Supporters said the budget is a fiscally responsible and balanced one that makes vital investments in the state while continuing fiscal responsibility. The House has approved a different version of the budget. A House-Senate conference committee will hammer out a compromise version. (A “Yes” vote is for the budget.) Sen. Jason Lewis Yes

REIMBURSE REGIONAL SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION COSTS (S 3) Senate 38-0, approved an amendment increasing funding for the reimbursement of regional school transportation costs by $1,250,000 - from $61,021,000 to $62,271,000. Amendment supporters said years ago regional schools were promised 100 percent reimbursement but that has never happened. They argued this additional $1,250,000 would increase reimbursement to a level of 73 percent. (A “Yes” vote is for the amendment.) Sen. Jason Lewis Yes $500,000 FOR ADULT BASIC EDUCATION (S 3) Senate 37-0, approved an amendment increasing funding for adult basic education (ABE) by $500,000 - from $3,250,000 to $3,750,000. ABE includes a range of educational services for adults including basic reading and writing (including English for nonnative speakers of English) math and high school equivalency programs. Amendment supporters said these programs make a huge difference in the lives of thousands of people including many immigrants. They noted ABE leads to people obtaining jobs and is good for families and the economy. (A “Yes” vote is for the amendment.) Sen. Jason Lewis Yes CHILD AND YOUTH READINESS CABINET (S 3)

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the medal. (A “Yes” vote is for the amendment.) Sen. Jason Lewis Yes $50,000 FOR ALZHEIMER’S PUBLIC AWARENESS CAMPAIGN (S 3) Senate 37-0, approved an amendment providing $50,000 for a statewide Alzheimer’s disease advocacy and education organization for a public awareness and education campaign. Supporters said that this campaign will teach people many things including early warning signs of the disease and how the family caregiver fits into the picture. They noted more than 125,000 people in the Bay State have Alzheimer’s. (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 filed. 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 May 2226, the House met for a total of seven hours and 59 minutes and the Senate met for a total of 35 hours and 59 minutes. Mon. May 22 House 10:08 a.m. to 10:19 a.m. Senate 11:02 a.m. to 11:13 a.m. Tues. May 23 No House session Senate 10:08 a.m. to 10:19 p.m. Wed. May 24 House 10:59 a.m. to 4:35 p.m. Senate 10:01 a.m. to 10:07 p.m. Thurs. May 25 House 11:08 a.m. to 11:20 a.m. Senate 10:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Fri. May 26 No House session No Senate session Bob Katzen welcomes feedback at bob@beaconhillrollcall.com


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Mystic Valley inducts twenty-eight into National Honor Society he Mystic Valley Regional Charter School recently inducted twenty-eight new members into the school’s chapter of the National Honor Society. The Mystic Valley Regional Charter School 2016 National Honor Society inductees are: Isabella Addison, Christina Bibilos, Connie Cheung, Michela Correale, Jonah Crain, Joshua Cram, Nicola D’Alleva, Cole Feely, Romish Khatri, Alexander Maher, Matthew Mail, Talia Mamayek, Samantha McGlynn, Savanna Moy, Amy Ngan, Steve Nguyen, Ethan Nguyen, Julian Ospina, Faith Pan, Julie Pereira, Lillian Rhuda, Harun Sinanovic, Lily Spero, Tyler Story, Thuy-Tam Vo, Kristopher Vu, Jake Williams and Joanna Zhou. The ceremony was run by the outgoing officers of the National Honor Society President, Sarah DeSantis, Vice President, Andrew Hogan, Secretary, Janai Matthews, Treasurer, Veronica Drahos and Historian, Talia Cutulle. The new officers for the 2017-2018 year were also announced at the ceremony. They are: President Emily Daponte, Vice President, Hannah DiGiovanni, Secretary, Taylor Gibson, Treasurer, Sarah Elk-

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~ Political Announcement ~

Emmanuel Marsh announces re-election campaign for Ward 2 School Committee am excited to announce that I am running for reelection for Malden’s Ward 2 School Committee seat. As your School Committee representative, I have had the chance to collaborate with inspired individuals who share my high expectations for the Malden Public School system and our students’ futures, and I look forward to continuing this work in my second term. In my first term, I have had many opportunities, including reading to classrooms, participating in PTO meetings, and attending holiday concerts and graduations, to work alongside students, parents, and this district’s many talented educators. I have had countless wonderful experiences meeting face-to-face with students, as well as speak-

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ing with parents and educators about their goals for this district’s schools. In talking with teachers and students, a concern I heard over and over again was the absence of an environment in which students could feel heard. As someone who grew up in this school system, I recognized that this was the same issue that many of my classmates had faced. That is why my first goal was to create a Social Emotional and Physical Well-Being subcommittee group of the Malden School Committee. This subcommittee has been very special to me and through it I have been able to help create an environment where students felt comfortable sharing what is going on in their daily lives. Since students spend more time with

their academic peers than their own families at times, I felt that it was vital to craft a support system through the schools that allows students to express themselves and equips them to handle situations presented to them. Another rewarding accomplishment of my first term was the establishment of the Family and Community Engagement (F.A.C.E) advisory committee. With the help of others, I created this committee to give parents and the community a voice in what goes on in our school system. For our community to thrive and to be the best that it can be, it takes all our participation, so I encourage anyone who is looking to get involved with the community to check out this group as well. Additionally, I am proud to have worked alongside stakeholders here in this community to work on the development of a substance abuse policy for our K-12 students and the Malden School community to pro-

Emmanuel Marsh is shown with some of the city’s young revelers during this year’s Memorial Day festivities.

tect our students and their futures in light of the opioid crisis that currently plagues our country and the world. I successfully worked to win Malden a substantial grant from the Attorney General’s Office for Youth Opioid Prevention.

I thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to read this announcement. I humbly ask for your vote so that we may continue to work for a strong community, strong schools, and a strong Malden.

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Malden Complete Streets Public Forum on June 12 ast fall Malden’s Complete Streets Policy went into effect; it is designed to enhance safety and accessibility for all the users of our streets, including pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, motorists and people of all ages and abilities. A Task Force was formed

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Area Planning Council (MAPC) and the firm Toole Design Group to identify and prioritize projects to improve safety, mobility and accessibility on Malden’s streets. At a public forum on March 29, the group gathered information from residents about potential loca-

tions for consideration. By using this feedback and physically visiting the sites, a list of potential projects for a Prioritization Plan has been identified. Please join the Task Force, MAPC and Toole Design to

learn more about the potential projects and to provide your input at a second Public Forum on Monday, June 12 from 6-8 p.m., at the Malden Senior Center Cafeteria, 7 Washington St., Malden.

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Malden Annual Memorial Day Parade (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)

Malden’s vets lead the way in this year’s Memorial Day Parade.

Malden Fire Department Color Guard

The MHS Golden Tornado Marching Band

A big presence by Malden Girl Scouts in the parade

Malden Police Department Honor Guard.

Andrew Louis, Kendly Jean and Janide Bernadin.

Mayor Gary Christenson with members of the City Council and School Committee.

Parade Grand Marshal Mal- MHS student, Leah Tramondozzi. Nevaeh Clough, Gabby Lopez-Sparcichino and A big salute from veteran Arthur Kahn colm “Mac” Bennett. Jaylyn Clough.


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Local scout troops participated last Monday morning

Mayor Gary Christenson and local officials are shown with the Girl Scouts and Cub Scouts lining up for the parade.

James Folis, Marcus Sequeira, Walky Joseph, Bud Klasner, Larry Clark and Joe Borbas

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Malden Boy Scouts were ready to march.

Bill Redford with Cub Scouts Ryan Walsh and Atticus Smith.

Past Commander of Malden DAV Councillor Barbara Murphy with Miss Massa- Mayor Gary Christenson with Police Chief Kevin Molis and Fire Chief EmJoe Borbas with his grandson, chusetts Jr. Teen Emma Smith-Benzan. ery Haskell. Ethan.


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Zonta Club of Malden’s annual Scholarship & Youth Recognition Night held on May 18

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Days of Peace & Music”? 12. On June 2, 1851, the Flying Cloud clipper ship set sail to set a record time to what city? 13. Who made the first U.S. presidential visit to a foreign country (Panama)? 14. In what country is the bolívar currency? 15. In Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show, who centered gunshots on playing cards? 16. On June 7, 1778, what English dandy was born? 17. In which Shakespeare play does Polonius say, “Though this be madness, yet there’s method in’t”? 18. Which language has the most native speakers? 19. Who was known as The Little Tramp? 20. What Sinclair Lewis character “was busy, from March to June. He kept himself from the bewilderment of thinking”?

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Representative for the 33rd Middlesex District, Steven Ultrino, who presented citations to the recipients. After being introduced by her mother, Zontian Barbara Kahn, guest speaker Heather Braver spoke to the audience about her personal story, starting out from Malden to making her way up the news-reporting ladder to her many years as evening anchor of WCVB Channel 5 as Heather Kahn to her current life in Pennsylvania. She spoke of her struggles and mistakes and encouraged the students in attendance to not be afraid to make mistakes but to learn from them. She also shared tips on being more comfortable in public speaking situations. The Zonta Club of Malden has served the Malden community for over 80 years. The Club is committed to improving the legal, political, economic, health, educational and professional status of women. Through service and advocacy, Zonta supports charitable organizations and causes, social justice and educational programs. Learn more about the Zonta Club of Malden at www.facebook.com/zontaclubofmalden.


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Malden YMCA participating in 2017 national Zero Robotics competition

~Letter to the Editor~

Wounded Vet Run Motorcycle Rally organizer thank community n behalf of the Boston's Wounded Vet Run Motorcycle Rally, we would like to deeply thank all of the residents of Revere, Malden, Melrose, Wakefield, Saugus, and East Boston who welcomed our wounded veterans through their community. On Sunday, May 21 our 5,000 + motorcycle precession departed from BostonHarley Davidson with some ten different veterans injured in service to our country. The only thing greater than the motorcycles themselves were the citizens who came out on every street corner to waive American Flags

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he Malden YMCA Robotics team will be entering this year’s Zero Robotics Challenge. The Zero Robotics Middle School Summer Program has been developed through a partnership between the MIT

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ment’s staffing levels of 77 patrolmen and 27 officers and asked if there are enough cops to cover the city’s growing population. Molis said grant money is available for cities similar in size to Malden that he hoped would let him continue to keep a downtown officer and a school officer on the schedule. Molis said the budget proposal provided enough money to keep the Police Department going. “It’s enough for us to go out and do our difficult mission,� he said.

Malden student graduates from Centre College alentine Banor graduated from Centre College during the 194th Commencement ceremony held on campus on Sunday, May 21, with a bachelor of arts in international studies, He is the son of Victor and Vivian Banor of Malden, and is a graduate of Malden High School. The Commencement address was delivered by New York Times best-selling au-

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Lantern Walk, 2017 The Friends of Fellsmere Heights will hold their second annual Lantern Walk around Fellsmere Pond on June 3 at 6 p.m. (around dusk). The lantern walk will be led by the Girl Scouts. The event celebrates the legacy of Malden Hospital and offers residents a chance to share ideas about preserving open space for the community. Anyone who arrivers a little early, at 5:30 p.m., can take part in a lantern-making workshop. Premade lanterns will also be available for $5. Before the walk, there will be a picnic with hot dogs and food vendors offering additional choices. The Friends have also planned a nature walk for kids, field games, raffles and bingo. Malden High Graduation The city will celebrate the 415 graduates of Malden High Schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Class of 2017 at the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s graduation ceremony on Sunday, June 4, at 2 p.m. at Macdonald Stadium. School officials are keeping an eye on weather forecasts and there is a chance that the ceremony will be moved up to noon to avoid any possibility of rain. Graduates and their families will receive text and phone call alerts if there is any change in the schedule. Complete Streets Forum Last fall the city adopted a Complete Streets policy aimed at making Malden Streets safer and more accessible for users of all ages and abilities, including motorists, cyclists, pedestrians and passengers on public transportation. A task force has been working on a plan of possible projects that might be eligible for funding from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation. On Monday, June 12, the Complete Streets Task Force, the Metropolitan Area Planning Council and Toole Design Group will hold a public forum on possible projects. It will take place in the Malden Senior Center cafeteria from 6 to 8 p.m. Residents are invited to attend and share their ideas on how to share the streets and make them safer for everyone in the city. The race begins Thinking about running for a seat on the city council or the school committee? Election

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Joseph D. Cataldo “YOUR FINANCIAL FOCUS”

DALEY AND NADEAU SUPREME COURT CASES

his past Tuesday, May 30, 2017, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) handed down a pretty big blow to MassHealth by ruling in favor of the appellants. The SJC decided to hear the Daley case and the Nadeau case at the same time as the issues in both cases were so intricately related. This favorable decision was due to the endless work by members of the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys as well as assistance from the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and the Massachusetts Real Estate Bar Association. The Daley case involved the transfer of a remainder interest in real estate into an irrevocable trust with a retained life estate in the deed itself on the part of the applicant. The Nadeau case involved simply a transfer of the entire fee simple interest in real estate into an irrevocable trust without a retention of a life estate

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in the deed itself on the part of the applicant. The court held in both cases that the real estate housed in each of the irrevocable trusts was not a countable asset and reversed the prior judgments that were in favor of MassHealth. As a result, the applicants should now become eligible for MassHealth benefits. In other words, these trusts have passed muster insofar as the highest court in the land is concerned. MassHealth had presented what I believe to have been an outrageous argument by claiming that the Health Care Financing Agency (HCFA) Transmittal 64 in effect contained language that should lead to the conclusion that a right to use, occupy and possess real estate held in an irrevocable trust was a “payment” to a MassHealth applicant/nursing home resident. The SJC rebuked MassHealth’s argument unequivocally. In a nutshell. The SJC stated a use and occupancy right does not rise to the level of a Trustee being able to sell the underlying real estate and use the net sales proceeds therefrom to pay for nursing home care. The SJC also indicated that a reserved life estate in and of itself does not render the underlying real estate a “countable” asset for MassHealth eligibility purposes. It went on to say, regarding the Daley

Trust, that the remainder interest that was transferred into the irrevocable trust itself was not a “countable” asset as well. It is great news for elderly applicants who have placed their home in an irrevocable trust that included a provision for use and occupancy. The SJC could have gone a lot further in setting MassHealth straight on many other issues pertaining to irrevocable trusts. My guess is MassHealth will continue to try to attack irrevocable trusts by pivoting to the next absurd argument. Therefore, the fight is not over and will most likely continue. However, this was a big step in the right direction. The decision was just released as this column was written so members of the elder bar (including me) will spend many months digesting it and of course revising trust provisions accordingly. Hopefully, these two decisions along with the previously-decided Heyn appellate court case will at least make MassHealth think twice before making an unreasonable and legally-flawed argument in an attempt to attack an otherwise properly drafted irrevocable trust. The Massachusetts elder bar should be commended for such voracious advocacy on behalf of the elderly community.

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~ Obituaries ~ Edward R. Cohen t 85, of Malden. Entered Eternal Rest on May 28, 2017. A graduate of Malden High S chool and Boston University, Ed entered the Navy in 1953 serving as a Navy Pilot and 1st Lieutenant deployed to â&#x20AC;&#x153;Operation Deep Freezeâ&#x20AC;? in Antarctica from 1955-1956. After his discharge, he worked for the US Census Bureau in Washington, DC and for sever-

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al start-up electronics companies before spending more than 20 years at BCBS of Massachusetts designing models of insurance coverage for new medical procedures like liver and heart transplants. Devoted husband of Miriam (Bendell) Cohen. Beloved father of Gary & Carolyn Cohen, David Cohen and Caryn & Howard Eichenbaum. Proud Papa of Rachel, Michaela, Charlotte, & Samara Cohen and Raya Eichenbaum. The loving son of the late George & Ida Cohen and son-in-law of Lorraine Bendell & the late Jack Bendell. Dear brother of the late Rhoda Davidson. He was also the brothics Champion in 2015, defeating Idahoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s state champion in the finals. Team members were able to watch at MIT via a live feed from ISS as a NASA astronaut ran their satellite. The Zero Robotics Middle School Program is a five-week program, beginning the week of June 26, and students participate 15 hours per week over the course of the five weeks. This year the YMCA anticipates having 15 middle school students on their team. If you have any questions about the Zero Robotics program or need additional information, please feel free to contact Frank Molis at 781324-7680, x 232, or fmolis@ ymcamalden.org.

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Anna E. (Stroman) FitzGerald t 97, of Newburyport, formerly of Malden, May 26, 2017. Wife of the late David R. Fi t z G e r a l d (Cdr.USN,ret.) late Director MRA. Beloved mother of Raymond and his wife Michele of Billerica, David and his wife Rita of Salisbury, James and his wife Mary Ann of Salisbury and John and his wife Eliane of San Diego, CA. Grandmother of Deanna, Eric, Teresa, Andrew and the late Jimmy. Great-grandmother of Anna. Sister of George Stroman and Aunt of many nieces and nephews. Funeral held Thursday, June 1 at the E.E.Burns & Son Funeral Home, Malden. Graveside Service in Calvary Cemetery, Gloucester. The family would like to thank the caring staff at Country Manor and Constellation Hospice and Homecare for making Anna feel safe and comfortable in her final years and would request, in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Constellation Hos-

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pice 180 Low St. Newburyport, MA 02150. For guestbook go to: burnsfuneralhomemalden.com. Leonard J. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Jackâ&#x20AC;? JeďŹ&#x20AC;ery f Tewksbury, formerly Melrose and Malden, May 22, at age 76. U.S.C.G. Veteran. Beloved husband for 56 years of Irene May (Clifford) Jeffer y. Son of the late Russell and Beatrice (Pierce) Jeffery. Beloved father of Scott A. and his wife Gina (Avignone) Jeffery of Tucson, AZ, James M. and his wife Kim (Hebert) Jeffery of Dunstable, and Jennifer A. and her husband Peter Maccioli of Tewksbury; devoted grandfather of Sarah Maccioli, Alexandra â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sashaâ&#x20AC;? Jeffery, and Maxwell â&#x20AC;&#x153;Maxâ&#x20AC;? Jeffery; brother of Russell L. Jeffery M.D. and his wife Theresa of Reading; and the late Sandra Levesque; uncle of many. Funeral Services were held Saturday, May 27 in the Tewksbury United Methodist Church, Tewksbury. Burial with U.S.C.G. Honors in Tewksbury Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Salvation Army, 150 Appleton St., Lowell, MA 01852 will be appreciated tewksburyfuneralhome.com

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;Queenieâ&#x20AC;? Pashoian. He was raised in Malden and graduated from Malden High School with the Class of 1946. After a short term with the US Army, Norman found employment at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Boston, now known as the Taj Boston. He worked as a doorman there for over 66 years. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Norman the Doormanâ&#x20AC;? came to know many celebrities over the years, including John Kennedy, Jackie Onassis, and Yule Brenner. His love of the job kept him working there until the age of 85. In 1950, he met his future wife, Claire LeVangie, after she left a note on his car. The two courted for four years, and were married in May of 1954. They settled down in Malden together to raise their children. Norman and Claire shared over 50years of marriage together until her passing in 2005. Aside from Claire, the other love he had in life was golf. He was a member of the Gannon Golf Course in Lynn for over 50 years, and always believed in an honest score card. He also enjoyed other sports, especially hockey. In addition, Norman had a great fondness for sharp looking clothing and fast driving cars. He is survived by his children, Norman E. Pashoian III of VA, Mark G. Pashoian of Melrose, Lisa Pashoian-Cook of Beverly, and David A. Pashoian of Dracut, his brothers, Edward L. Pashoian of Malden, and Warren L. Pashoian of Lynn, as well as 10 grandchildren. Funeral from the Weir-MacCuish Golden Rule Funeral Home on Tues, June 6th, at

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OBITUARIES | SEE PAGE 18 9 AM followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Josephs Church, Malden, at 10 AM. His urn will be placed in a niche next to his wife at Holy Cross Cemetery immediately following the Mass. Visitation will be held at the funeral home on Monday, June 5th, from 4 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 8 PM. Dean C. Smith, Jr. t 68, of Malden, May 22. Beloved son of the late Marie (Edeman) Thistle and

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1941. She went on to work at the WR Grace and Company in Malden, first as a secretary and then as a cost accountant. She later went to work for the IRS, retiring in 1995. In 1952, she married her sweetheart, Frederick Whitehouse, in Tewksbury. The two first settled down in Tewksbury, and she lived there while Fred served overseas in the Air Force. In 1963, with Fred returned from his tour of duty, they relocated to Malden where they raised their 2 children. Margaret and Fred

shared 55 years of marriage together, until his passing in 2007. Margaret was a proud, independent person, and outside of work she really enjoyed settling down with a good book. She is survived by her loving children, Debra A Whitehouse of San Anselmo, CA, Joseph J. Whitehouse and wife Sylvia of Malden, her step daughter, Rhonda Patterson of SC, and her cherished grandchildren, Dustin, Eli, Axel, and Sarah.

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Renee. Cherished niece of Carol MacLennan of Florida and cousin of Crista Howser of Florida. Granddaughter of the late David and Lillian MacLennan. Funeral services was held from the Weir-MacCuish Golden Rule Funeral Home, Malden on Friday, May 26, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in Sacred Hearts Church, Malden. Interment was private.

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20 PUTNAM ROAD Revere, MA - $399,900

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