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proud of. “I said serving my country in combat but now I have a different answer,” he said. Now, what he is most proud of is serving Revere veterans in his new role for the city. “It is a true honor,” he said. Mayor Brian Arrigo said he is proud of the work Silvestri has done so far for the city. “Mark embodies the city’s commitment to serving returning vet-

ver the past decade, the Beach City of Revere has held its collective breath awaiting a renaissance of some sorts for two major parcels: the beach and Suffolk Downs. This past week, the latter was sold for $155 million to a Boston developer who has promised to deliver the equivalent of a mixed-use project mirroring an Assembly Row and a Boston Landing but at a grander scale. On Tuesday, the Advocate Newspapers sat down with The HYM Investment Group, LLC Founding Partner and Managing Director Thomas O’Brien at his Congress Street, Boston, office to get his firsthand vision for the former horse racing track that includes housing, retail shops, restaurants and office space. O’Brien is a former director for the Boston Redevelopment Authority and has been involved with other mixed-use projects, such as Boston Landing in Brighton and NorthPoint in East Cambridge. “Our intention is to move very quickly now to get a plan in place, and that Beachmont side of the site is a terrific place for development,” said O’Brien. “We want to move quickly and work with the mayor’s teams, and the city council.” O’Brien laid out the schedule going forward, which is to sort out what the project will look like, and make a formal filing





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he City of Revere honored their fallen veterans during a Memorial Day ceremony on the front lawn of the American Legion on Monday. “Today is for the men and women that made the ultimate sacrifice for home and country,” said Revere’s Director of Veterans Services, Marc Silvestri. “It’s about the families that gave up their soldiers.” Silvestri served in Afghanistan and was awarded a Bronze Star for heroism in combat battling the Taliban. When he came back in 2009, someone asked him what he was most



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Thomas O’Brien, founding partner and managing director of HYM Investment Group, LLC sat down with the Revere Advocate at his Congress St., Boston office to discuss the group’s purchase of Suffolk Downs and his plans to develop the 161acre former horse racing track into a mixed-use residential, retail and commercial “neighborhood”. Construction is expected to begin in 2018. (Advocate photo by JD Mitchell)

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City council tables residency waiver for IT employee candidate By Sara Brown


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he City Council held up an appointment set by Mayor Brian Arrigo because he doesn’t reside in Revere. Tab Bandit, of Saugus, appeared before the council on May 22 seeking a residency waiver for the position of Public Safety Information Technology (IT ) Professional. Bandit said he has worked for Putnam Investments for 20 years. The council agreed that Bandit had an impressive resume and seemed to have the skills for the job but wasn’t happy with the fact that he isn’t a Revere resident. Bandit said he isn’t planning on moving to the city anytime soon since he bought a house two

years ago. “I can’t believe we can’t find anybody in Revere,” said Ward Three Councillor Arthur Guinasso at the Appointment & Personnel Administration Subcommittee meeting. “Although he’s yards from the city line he doesn’t live here,” said Councillor-atLarge Jessica Giannino. “Revere people want Revere people working in Revere. Why do we have a requirement if we are not going to follow it?” Reuben Cantor, director of Revere’s Office of Innovation and Data Management, said Bandit was the most qualified for the job that had been posted for two months. He also pointed out that he will be working for the Police De-

partment and noted that 75 percent of people working for police or fire do not live in Revere. “There was nobody even close to being able to go in ready to take the IT position,” said Cantor. H o w e v e r, t h e c o u n c i l wasn’t having it. Guinasso said residents constantly tell the councillors “enough with the residency waivers.” “It’s an election year,” Guinasso said. “We represent the people. We have to do what they want.” The council voted to table the waiver. Bandit said he stopped looking for a job three months ago, thinking he had the position, and took it personally that the council wouldn’t grant him the waiver.

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Revere honors late Mayor Colella at special presentation as they did him. “No one was more prepared than George,” he said. “No one was more willing to fight for Revere.” “You never wanted to get into a debate with George. He would always show you up,” Arrigo joked. Arrigo remembered that as a

child, his father, who was a city councillor at the time, would sometimes bring him to the Mayor’s Office and visit Colella. “It might as well have been the Oval Office. It was the coolest thing in the world to me,” Arrigo said. Arrigo soon noticed the

friendship between his dad and Colella. “I remember how much respect he had for him and how much he enjoyed working with him,” he said. Arrigo said the plaque placed at City Hall was fitting. “This might have been his favorite place,” he said.

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he City of Revere honored former Mayor George V. Colella with a plaque in his honor. The plaque, which is located outside City Hall at its front door entrance, was revealed in a brief ceremony on May 20. Colella was the longest serving elected official in the history of the Commonwealth. He served Revere as mayor, city councillor and school committee member for over 50 years.

City and state officials along with Colella’s daughters, Elizabeth Kirk, Jennifer Martelli and Joanne Bullock, were in attendance for the unveiling of the plaque which will greet visitors to City Hall. “He developed a reputation for his strength and leadership,” said Mayor Brian Arrigo at the ceremony. Arrigo said he constantly had the respect of Revere residents. Arrigo said Colella was known for being a fierce debater but respected his opponents

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tice but it is vague and needs to be clarified by this bill. Opponents said current law already prohibits this practice. They questioned why the House is working on a solution in search of a problem while the state deficit is growing and there are many more important pieces of legislation to consider. This controversy was started back in January by Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson who has said that he would like to help the construction of the wall by sending inmates from the Bristol

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bers of the group are Democratic legislators. The group is co-chaired by Reps. Patricia Haddad (D-Somerset) and Ronald Mariano (D-Quincy). (A “Yes” vote is for the ban. A “No” vote is against the ban.) Rep. Robert DeLeo Yes Rep. RoseLee Vincent Yes STUDY THE EFFECTS AND COST OF THE PRISONER BAN (H 3034) House 38-117, rejected a GOP-sponsored alternative bill that would replace the ban with a study of the effect of prisoner work programs, reciprocity agreements between the state and neighboring states and the costs or savings associated with restricting such programs. The 13-member study committee would report its findings and recommendations to the Legislature by October 1. Supporters of the study said the bill is unnecessary because current law already bans this practice. They argued that a study of the effects of this ban and of someday lifting the ban should both be examined by the study committee. Opponents of the study said this is a move by Republicans to essentially kill the bill. They said current law is a little vague and that the bill would make it clear that there is a ban on this practice. Ironically, Republicans were the ones who made the motion to study the bill, a move that would’ve prohibited a vote on the original bill banning the use of Bay State prisoners in other states. Usually, it is the Democrats who propose to kill a bill and avoid a direct vote on it by propos-

ing a study. The Republicans said they were serious about a study and were not trying to avoid a vote on the ban itself. (A “Yes” vote is for the study. A “No” vote is against it.) Rep. Robert DeLeo No Rep. RoseLee Vincent No $45.5 MILLION SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET (H 3718) House 153-1, approved and sent to the Senate a $45.5 million supplemental budget for fiscal year 2017. Provisions include $15 million for the Department 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. Robert DeLeo Yes Rep. RoseLee Vincent 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


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Pats baseball team victorious against Winchester By Julian Cardillo


evere High School baseball coach Ron Jordan has been preaching patience as his team continued to develop and hunt for their first win of the season. Finally, patience and hard work paid off as the Patriots snapped their winless run in their penultimate game of the season, beating Winchester, 5-2, on Saturday afternoon. “It was a long season, but the season, in a nutshell, was us coming in just trying to get better,” said Jordan. “We grinded out a lot of games and came close so many times. Lots of onerun and two-run games – but we put it all together against Winchester.” Though Revere weren’t a playoff team this season, there was a playoff environment about Saturday’s tilt with the Sachems. That’s because Winchester needed to win the game to clinch a tournament berth. “It was actually very intense, especially for them,”

Jordan said. “A win and they would have been in. But we spoiled it.” Frank Sims put forth a sterling performance on the mound. He threw 108 pitches and struck out six while allowing just three walks. Sims finished the season with a 0.75 ERA. “Really excellent from him all season,” Jordan said. “That’s definitely one spot we want to build from come next year.” Revere’s five runs came on five hits. Jonathan Murphy had two RBIs, while David Guillama and Nic Castellarin each tallied one. Murphy and Sims were named tournament allstars. When it comes to preparing for the future, Jordan said he likes the type of development he’s seen from his players and is expecting more next season. “It was a slow start because we had so much inexperience and the kids had a new coach,” Jordan said. “But they learned what I

Lady Pats softball team hosts Medford in tournament opener By Julian Cardillo


evere High School softball coach Joe Ciccarello is happy that his team is in the state tournament, but certainly not satisfied. Given that the Patriots are the eighth seed and enter the post-season with a 13-7 record, anything – including a deep playoff run – is on the table. “Who knows if we have a team to win it all?” Ciccarello said. “The last thing you want is to go out on a whimper, though. I tell the girls, they’ve been invited to the dance. You want to dance more, make some noise and make it look like you belong there with the best. “You want to make something happen, not lose big and go out with a whimper. If a team beats you, you want them to have had to show up. Teams should have to do absolutely everything to beat us.” For the Patriots, the dance starts on Friday as they host the ninth seed, Medford. Revere beat Medford, 5-4, in the regular season, narrowly holding off the Mustangs,

who scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning in that game. Ciccarello knows the post-season is different, anyway.


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Schools to sponsor 2017 Summer Food Program For Children At Various Locations

Mayor Brian Arrigo, together with the Revere Public School Committee and Superintendent Dr. Dianne Kelly, has announced that the Revere Public Schools will sponsor the Summer Food Service Program for its 22nd summer at various locations throughout the City of Revere. The Program will provide a free lunch to all children age 18 and under at the following schools and sites from June 26th - August 18th (there will be no service on Tuesday, July 4th for the holiday).

Beachmont School, rear entrance (breakfast 8am-9am; lunch 11am-1pm) • Revere Beach Pavilion #2 (lunch 11am-1pm) • Sonny Meyers Park on Beach Street, (lunch 11am -1pm) • Costa Park Shirley Avenue (breakfast 8am-9am; lunch 11am-1pm) Paul Revere School, rear entrance (breakfast 8am-9am; lunch 11 am-1pm)

and the following sites from July 5th - August 18th (there will be no service on Tuesday, July 4th for the holiday).

• Rose Street Recreational Center (lunch 11:30am-1pm) • Adams Court on Coolidge Street (lunch 1130am- 1pm) • Ciarlone Park (Whelan School ) (lunch 11:30am-1pm) • Louis Pasteur Park on Endicott Street (lunch 11:30 am-1pm) • Curtis Park – Garfield School on Garfield Ave (side of school) (lunch 11:30am-1pm) • DeStoop Park (Oak Island) (lunch 12pm-1pm) • Gibson Park (Point of Pines) (lunch 11:30-1pm) • Lincoln School Park – Lincoln School on Tuckerman Street (back of school) (lunch 11:30am-1pm) Revere Farmer’s Market at American Legion Hall (FRIDAYS lunch 12-1:30pm)

Menus are subject to change and locations are always subject to close depending on participation and weather. The goal of the Revere Summer Food Service Program is to serve nutritious meals that are well balanced and supply the required nutrients that children need. The Revere Summer Food Service Program was established to ensure that children could continue to receive nutritious meals comparable to those served under the National School Breakfast and School Lunch Program during the school year. This program is paid for through a grant from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Office of Nutrition and Project Bread.

For more information, please call Revere Summer Food Service Program Director, Pauline Lyons at (781) 286-8311 or (781) 388-7520.

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looked at all facets of the former casino proposal and transpor tation improve ings with residential above ments, believing that there “making it a place where peo- are some answers to makple really want to live – then ing Rte. 1A work a little betjobs and employers will follow.” ter. “The casino would have He’s planning for commercial been built and ready to go on and life science companies as ‘day one’ – but this project will well. O’Brien also sees a pos- be built in phases and take at sibility of connecting the site least 10 years to build. We’ve with the beach, saying the race timed to factor in the transtrack has been “inward look- portation improvements and ing” for so long but when the we can adjust the transportadevelopment is complete, the tion improvements over time,” 15-minute walk to the beach he said. or the adjacent Belle Isle Marsh With respect to any enviwould create a connection in- ronmental concerns which cluding Beachmont. could hold up the project, Environmentally-speaking, O’Brien stated that his firm HYM will set aside approx- has been working on projects imately 25-30% of the 161 for a long time and there’s acres for open space, which “nothing there that scares us” could include passive or ac- at the former horse track. tive parks. HYM’s partners are a priWith respect to traffic con- vate, U.S.-based family that cerns which stressed out has asked to remain anonymany Beachmont residents mous, according to O’Brien. during the ongoing apart“The really terrific part of ment/hotel construction proj- this [project] is we’ve got a ect on Revere Beach Park- very strong partnership … way, O’Brien said he has we’ll be able to [get] through been meeting with Ward the permitting and planning One Councillor Joanne McK- process, establish ourselves enna and members of the and get ready to move forcity council to address those ward and build out this site in potential fears. “She’s been phases with our existing set of a great adviser to help us partners,” he stated, adding, make this site mesh with the “We feel really good that we goals of the people who live have a strong capital partner in Beachmont,” said O’Brien. who can move forward with O’Brien called the exist- us as we build it out.” ing Blue Line connection O’Brien pledged to both citthrough Beachmont and Suf- ies of Revere and Boston that folk Downs the best line for his firm will make the formal this development as it’s un- proposals at the same time in der capacity and goes right to November. downtown Boston. “In 15 minHYM will be working with utes you’re in downtown Bos- Boston architects CBT, which ton,” he said. “It’s a great thing.” designed the master plan for O’Brien said he believes the the 45-acre NorthPoint site kind of people who will want in East Cambridge that borto live in the development ders Somerville and Boston, when it’s completed will be which is residential and compeople who want to take ad- mercial use. vantage of the MBTA connecIn an email response from tion and, hopefully, aren’t car Mayor Brian Arrigo, he statowners. The potential resi- ed, “I’m excited to be working dent at the project would be with a world class developer Millennials between the ages like HYM. They have a successof 21 and 35 who couldn’t af- ful track record of high qualford to live in communities ity development, and worksuch as the Boston suburbs, ing hand-in-hand with neighincluding Cambridge and bors. Revere needs to create Somerville. characterjobs and diversify base. AD “One SIZE: 4 inches wide X its 2 tax inches istic is that they can’t afford The prospect of an Assembly a car, parking and insurance, Square-styleDirectory development Place in Classified/Business so we hope they would be re- at Suffolk Downs is enticing. ally reliant on the Blue Line,” In the coming months I’ll be said O’Brien. pushing to ensure Revere But knowing that there gets our fair share of jobs and will always be some impact commercial development as on Rte. 1A, his company has part of this project.”

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2017 City of Revere Memorial Day Exercises

Bill Chisolm, Jerry Inniciello, John Goodwin, Bill Reedy, Frank Sarro, Tom Sullivan and Fred Sannella.

From the AC Whelan School, Sofia Visconti, Samarah Paiva and Jillian Schraffa who participated in the Memorial Day ceremonies.

Fire Chief Chris Bright, Speaker Bob DeLeo, Mayor Brian Arrigo and Senator Joe Boncore.

Director of Veterans Services, Marc Silvestri and Mikey Casoli.

Members of the Revere Police Dept.

Past National Commander Jewish War Veterans Ira Novoselsky and Morris Morris and Pamela Anderson. RHS JROTC cadet Ismah Kahn places a wreath on the RevereWomens Veterans Memorial.

Commander of Post 61 AL Bill Chisolm welcomes a guest from Guatemala, Francis L. Garcia.

Placing the wreath on the memorial stone on the legion lawn, Mayor Brian Arrigo and Director Marc Silvestri.

Olivia Freni sang God Bless America.

Master of Ceremonies Marc Silvestri addressed the crowd.

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RHS JROTC prepares the colors for the opening ceremony.

Celia Sarmanian read the state proclamation for Memorial Day, shown withVeterans’Services Director Marc Silvestri and Mayor Brian Arrigo.

Chief Bright and the members of the Revere Fire Dept.

Speaker Bob DeLeo addressed the crowd gathered at the American Legion lawn.

A.C. Whelan School Choir directed by USAF veteran Ann Donahue.

Senator Joe Boncore

Wreath Detail, Chambers brothers, Jared, Jamie and Jessie and Nick Shin.

RPD Honor Guard.

Guest speaker, Mr. Paul Monti, Director of SFC Jared C. Monti Foundation.

Veteran Bill Reedy reads the names on the List of War Dead. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)

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Thousands ride to honor Wounde

Riders with US and military flags filed out of Boston Harley-Davidson in Revere.

Hundreds of residents turned out to applaud the annual motorcycle run as they lined the streets throughout the route.

Anthony Marquez creates a wood carving of a soldier’s boots, rifle and helmet that signifies his death in combat.

Pictured are the many local, state and regional police officers who provided safe travel for all the riders.

Wounded Vet Run organizer Andy Biggio (left) with Revere Veterans Services Director Mark Silvestri.

Malden Police Chief Kevin Molis; Ty Carter, Medal of Honor recipient of Texas; Wounded Vet Run organizer Andy Biggio; and Dennis Moschella, Vietnam veteran and retired US Marshal.

Boston Strong is the message – from, left to right, Spiro Lamberis of Lynn, Carlos Arredondo, hero of the Boston Marathon, and Joe Piworski of Saugus.

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ed Vets at annual motorcycle run Story and photos by James Mitchell


David Posata watches little biker David, Jr. wave his flag.

Revere resident Mark Silvestro (far right) is shown with his son, Mark, Jr., and friends at the event.

US Marines Staff Sgt. Tim Chambers and son from North Carolina salute all the riders.

pproximately 6,000 motorcycle enthusiasts reported to Revere for Boston’s Seventh Annual Wounded Vet Run on Sun., May 21, that honored five wounded veterans. It began with a motorcycle staging and ceremony at Boston HarleyDavidson in Revere – riding 21 miles through Malden, Wakefield, Saugus and Lynn to Suffolk Downs in East Boston. The annual event, founded and organized by Andrew Biggio of the ItalianAmerican Club of East Boston, honors and awards wounded veterans who returned home from Iraq and Afghanistan with severe combat wounds that have left many disabled. This year’s recipients/ honorees were SSG Brie Sullivan, SSG Kenny Sullivan, SSG Brandon Boyd, Sgt. Joshua Bouchard and Cpl. Paul Skarinka. According to sources associated with the Run, the event raised approximately $30,000, which was split amongst the five honorees for their needs and/or charities of their choosing.

Residents applauded and watched the start of the Wounded Vet Run in Linden Square in Malden.

Joe Gulla of Peabody with Revere Police Chief and veteran Joe Cafarelli and former Revere Mayor Dan Rizzo.

Thousands of riders listened to Shanna Jackman sing “The Star Spangled Banner” before the start of the ride.

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I’ll only watch shows a feature article about “Barry From Boston,” the piano man who, when not traveling the on Channel 2, and no ships more and reality TV. Nowwith let his memusical just getand all this straight - I’m resolving world aboard cruise entertaining comedy talents, lives right a better I’ll be thinner, healthier, smarter too, but I’ll in live misery. On Bar second thought, here inme. the Beach City. Well, guess who was performing ourinship’s Piano nightly? let’s this idea, really, I don’t And givewhen a damn. My onlymyself New Year’s resolution, Yup! forget The one and onlybecause Barry From Boston! I introduced as someone who article about him, Iring wasin thrilled and honored replied, “You’re is to had likewritten me foranwho I am…Let’s the BUZZ: The when start Barry of a new year means ANDREA from Advocate!” WOW!of Somebody remembered me!place Woo on that it’s time forthe theRevere Mayor’s Annual State the City actually Address, which takes hoo! 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Senate added an estimated $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.

1. A chess board contains how many squares? 2. The baseball term “doubleheader” is also used in what transport mode? 3. On June 2, 1966, what did Surveyor I reach? 4. What is the fastest land animal? 5. What is the only tennis grand slam event played on grass courts (in June)? 6. A jellyfish is a fish with stinging cells. True or false? 7. Born on June 2, 1907, Edwin Shoemaker invented what furniture? 8. In 1989 New Hampshire ended hunting for what animal? 9. On June 2, 1851, what N.E. state legislature passed an antialcohol law? 10. In 1979 who became Britain’s first female prime minister? 11. In 1969 what was billed as “An Aquarian Exposition: 3 Days of

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. Joseph Boncore Yes

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. Joseph Boncore 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. Joseph Boncore Yes

CHILD AND YOUTH READINESS CABINET (S 3) Senate 38-0, approved an amendment creating a 12-member Child and Youth Readiness Cabinet to coordinate efforts to increase the level of cooperation and collaboration across the state departments and agencies that serve children, youth and families. The cabinet would include many of Gov. Charlie Baker’s current chief secretaries and commissioners including the secretaries of education, health and human services and administration and finance. Also included are the commissioners of early education and care, elementary and secondary education and higher education. The cabinet would be required to submit a report of its findings and recommendations by March 1, 2018. Amendment supporters said there are many state agencies that serve children and this new group will help coordinate their efforts to ensure children, youth and families are getting the best services possible. (A “ Yes” vote is for the amendment). Sen. Joseph Boncore 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 non-native speakers of English) math and high school equivalency programs. Amendment supporters said these programs make a huge difference in the lives 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”?

Answers on page 17

RETROACTIVE BENEFITS FOR GOLD STAR FAMILIES (S 3) Senate 38-0, approved an amendment allowing Gold Star Families to be eligible for a $2,000 annual benefit retroactive to the date of the soldier’s death. Current law only pays the benefits from the date on which the family applies for them. Amendment supporters said many families take a while after the soldier’s death to apply because they are grieving. They argued that denying these retroactive

benefits is cruel and unfair to these families whose child made the ultimate sacrifice for this nation. (A “ Yes” vote is for the amendment.) Sen. Joseph Boncore Yes MEDAL OF LIBERTY (S 3) Senate 38-0, approved an amendment allowing the closest surviving relative of a soldier who qualifies for the Massachusetts Medal of Liberty to be eligible for the medal. Current law only allows the medal to go to the spouse, children, siblings or parents. The medal is awarded by the governor to families of Bay State service men and women killed in action or who died in service while in a combat area or who died as a result of wounds received in action. Amendment supporters cited the example of a nephew of a Korean War veteran who was not allowed to receive the medal under current law. They argued the law should be changed to ensure that some family member receives the medal. (A “ Yes” vote is for the amendment.) Sen. Joseph Boncore 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. Joseph Boncore Yes HOW LONG WAS LAST WEEK ’S SE SSI ON ? B e a -

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erans’ needs,” said Arrigo during the ceremony. Arrigo said Revere is committed to help veterans and their families, including those who made the ultimate sacrifice. “Nothing can erase the pain of losing a husband, wife, parent or child,” said Arrigo. “You have our support.” Speaker of House Rep. Bob DeLeo agreed. “We have your back,” he said. DeLeo said Memorial Day

serves as a day to reflect as a nation. “We appreciate the bravery they have shown,” he said. “We remember all that served; they did so with courage and honor.” State Senator Joe Boncore said the world is better because of American soldiers. “Without the US military, the world would be a far more oppressive, darker place,” he said. The ceremony’s guest of honor was Paul Monti, Gold

Page 15 con 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 22-26, 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 House10:08 a.m. to10:19 a.m. Senate 11:02 a.m. to11:13 a.m. TUES.MAY 23 No House session Senate 10:08 a.m. to10:19 p.m. WED. MAY 24 House10:59 a.m. to 4:35 p.m. Senate 10:01 a.m. to10:07 p.m. THURS. MAY 25 House11:08 a.m. to11:20 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 Star father who lost his son Jared, who died in combat in Afghanistan in 2006 saving his fellow soldiers. Monti was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor by President Obama at a ceremony in 2009 and is buried in the Mass. National Cemetery in Bourne. “We are here with our Gold Star families to let them know we’re with them, said Boncore. “Paul Monti’s loss is our loss. We came here today so we don’t forget.”

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tinez, 24, of 208 Linden St., Everett, was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Julio Murcia, 55, of 125 Essex St., Chelsea, was charged with operating a motor vehicle with license suspended or revoked. Sean M. Pryor, 44, of 25 Steeple St., Revere, was charged with three arrest warrants. Yurany Calle-Campos, 26, of 71 George Ave., Revere, was charged with operating after license or right to operate suspended.

Friday, May 19 Anthony J. Faldich, 58, of 47 Nahant Ave., Revere, was charged with trespassing. Mustapha Benzohra, 23, of 105 Franklin Ave., Revere, was charged with operating after license or right to operate suspended and with failure to stop/yield. Denis Amaya-Martinezi, 30, of 32 Shirley Ave., Revere,


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Revere City Hall, Council Chambers 10 a.m. - 12 noon Register Murphy and members of his staff will be available to answer questions and concerns about any Registry of deeds matter. Information will be available concerning the Massachusetts Homestead Act. An internet ready computer will be available to print a Registry recorded deed, confirm the status of a mortgage discharge or check on any filing.

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~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 Boston-Harley 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 and give our honorees a true welcome home. The fami-

lies, veterans, and bikers, were extremely moved by the patriotic display of the spectators in each town. We were able to successfully raise roughly thirty thousand dollars each for SSG Brie Sullivan, SSG Kenny Butler, CPL Paul Skarinka,

SGT Josh Bouchard, and SSG Brand Boyd. We cannot wait until next year, when we honor another set of veterans. With much appreciation, Andrew Biggio Founder of Boston’s Wounded Vet Run

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Obituary Julia J. DaSilva


roud Native of Portugal. In Everett, formerly of Revere & the Azores, Portugal, May 25th, following a lengthy battle with metastatic breast cancer at 50 years. Adored & cherished fiancee to John P. Buccelli of Somerville. Devoted mother of Osmar Aguiar of Everett, Kasandra Aguiar of Revere & Benjamin David Michael of Nashville, TN. Adored daughter to Maria Valentina DaSilva of Somerville & the late Manuel. Dear sister to Natalino L. DaSilva of CA, Valdemar of Woburn, Jose M. & Fatima M. DaSilva, both of Somerville, Victor T. & Rosa DaSilva, both of Everett, Paula Bienvenu of Pelham, NH & the late Manuel A. & Victor M. DaSilva. Also lovingly survived by her only grandson, Luiz Aguiar of Revere for whom the moon, stars & sky rose and set. Funeral held on Wednesday, May 31 in the Vertuccio & Smith Home for Funerals, Revere. Entombment at Woodlawn Cemetery Mausoleum & Columbarium will be held privately. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the Italian Home for Children, 1125 Centre St., Jamaica Plain, MA 02130. Please visit: www.


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NOTICE AND ORDER: Petition for Appointment of Guardian of a Minor NOTICE TO ALL INTERESTED PARTIES 1. Hearing Date/Time: A hearing on a Petition for Appointment of Guardian of a Minor filed on 05/18/2017 by Rosemarie D. Williams of will be held 09/19/2017 08:30 AM Motion located 24 New Chardon St., Boston, MA. 02114 (3rd Fl. Probation) 2. Response to Petition: You may respond by filing a written response to the Petition or by appearing in person at the hearing. If you choose to file a written response, you need to: File the original with the Court; and Mail a copy to all interested parties at least five (5) business days before the hearing. 3. Counsel for the Minor: The minor (or an adult on behalf of the minor) has the right to request that counsel be appointed for the minor. 4. Presence of the Minor at Hearing: A minor over age 14 has the right to be present at any hearing, unless the Court finds that it is not in the minor’s best interests. THIS IS A LEGAL NOTICE: An important court proceeding that may affect your rights has been scheduled. IUf you do not understand this notice or other court papers, please contact an attorney for legal advice. Date: April 21, 2017


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we did in the regular season. It’s more intense – more energy – everything is ratcheted up a notch. Our effort needs to be in the next gear.” Ciccarello wasn’t sure where his team stood at

the beginning of the season. The Patriots had graduated seniors at catcher, shortstop and second base as well as two pitchers. There were some speed bumps along the way, but Ciccarello managed to develop his younger players in a hurry. “We started over with lots

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of inexperience; sophomores and JV players came up, but we won some big games,” Ciccarello said. “I always say you want to build a program that doesn’t rebuild, but replenishes. It’s the new players’ turn to step up.” Ciccarello’s best result was

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SAUGUS 1st AD Spac Col offers 10 rms, 6 bedrms, 3 full baths, lvrm w/fireplace, hdwd, cherry kit w/granite, 3 season rm, great room w/fireplace & cath ceil, master w/ bath, manicured, fenced yard, Lynnhurst area....$579,900.

SAUGUS Custom, CE Colonial 11 rooms, 3-4 bedrooms, 3 ½ baths, spac cherry wood kit w/granite, ct flr and dining area, entertainment-size dnrm, 1st flr familyrm w/gas fp, 2nd flr laundry, master w/bath & walk-in closet, playrm......$719,900.

SAUGUS 1st AD Parkway Farms Split Entry Ranch offers 8 rms, 3 bdrms, 3 baths, 2 fireplaces, beautiful, updated kit open to 1st flr famrm, master w/bath, great rm in LL, hdwd, cen air, alarm, 2 c gar, sprinkler system, cul-de-sac MINT!!...$609,900.



38 Main Street, Saugus MA



SAUGUS ~ Come see this 9 room, 6 bed cape. Private location., 3 bathrooms, hardwood flooring, new kitchen with granite, new roof, siding, windows, …………………….$520,000

Coming soon!

Melrose single family 2400 square feet, 6 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. hardwood throughout. garage under, paver driveway and patio. $725k

SAUGUS ~ Rehabbed colonial. 3 beds, 2 new baths. New kitchen, granite counters, double wall ovens, new plumbing, new gas heat, new AC system, 1st floor laundry …………………………….……$459,900

MELROSE: 2 Family, 2900 square feet, 1 car garage, shed. Owners unit has 3 bedrooms and 2 levels, great investment opportunity., deck, central AC, Call today!……………………………$599,900

SAUGUS ~ Newer (1985) 2 unit. 3 beds, 2 baths in top unit, master bath, deck, pellet stove. 1 bedroom apartment has separate driveway and entrance. Walk to busline………………………………………$529,000

New construction, 10 rooms, 4 beds, 2-1/2/baths 2 car garage, 3300-3600 square feet, 2 car garage Still time to customize! ….. …….$950,000 Call Rhonda Combe


Rhonda Combe 
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real estate needs!!

SAUGUS ~ Rehabbed split entry. New kitchen with SS appliances, quartz counters, marble backsplash, new windows, finished lower level, great location, pool, cabana…………………………………$639,900

PEABODY~ Colonial, 4 Bedroom, 2 bathroom Maintenance free siding, Fireplace living room, 3 season porch, new gas heat. Hardwood flooring, Eat in kitchen………………………………$339,900

LYNN ~ New Listing! 2 bedroom condo built in 2006, gas heat, central AC, gas fireplace, pets allowed, conveniently located .……….$215,000

SAUGUS ~ New construction 4 bed, 2.5 baths, granite kitchen, SS appliances, great location!!, hardwood, central AC, gas fireplace………$685,000

SAUGUS………………Call Rhonda Combe at 781-706-0842 for details!!

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