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Revere voters go to the polls Tuesday By Sara Brown


n Tuesday, November 7, Revere residents will cast their vote for the City Council and School Committee races. Since there is no mayoral race this election, the main focus is on the City Council and School Committee. For the councillor-at-large race, incumbents Jessica Giannino, Steve Morabito, George Rotondo and Anthony Zambuto are all running for reelection. With the passing of Councillor-AtLarge Robert Haas earlier in the year, there is a vacant

seat on the council, meaning there will be at least one new face in the council chambers next year. Todd Braid, John Correggio, Nicholas Moulaison Sr., David Ramos, Dimple Rana, Dan Rizzo, Wayne Rose and Michael Zaccaria are also running for councillor-at-large. All of the current ward councillors are running for reelection and are facing opponents. Ward 1 Councillor Joanne McKenna is facing challenger Cheryl Whittredge. Sebastian Mancuso is trying to defeat Ward


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Lynn man faces life in prison after a jury on Monday found him guilty in the 2015 shooting death of 35-year-old Cristy Johnson, Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley said. On Oct. 30 a Suffolk Superior Court jury convicted Michael DeLeon, 38, of second-degree murder, armed assault with intent to murder, aggravated assault and battery, and unlawful possession of a firearm in connection with the Dec. 10, 2015, shooting that left Johnson dead and injured a then 38-year-old man. Jurors acquitted DeLeon of murder in the death of Peter Pitari, 66, who was also found fatally shot at the Waite Street apartment building on that date. During the course of an investigation that followed the shootings, State Police detec-

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tives assigned to Conley’s office, with the assistance of Revere Police detectives and additional State Police assets, interviewed witnesses and collected ballistics evidence, security camera footage from the surrounding area, and other evidence. The verdict came after about eight days of testimony and about two and a half days of deliberations. DeLeon faces a mandatory term of life in prison with the possibility of parole at his sentencing on Nov. 6. A second man charged in connection with the shootings faces trial at a later date. Assis-

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A final farewell to Congregation Tifereth Israel


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t was a bittersweet goodbye to Congregation Tifereth Israel. Revere community members joined together on Halloween morning to honor Congregation Tifereth Israel and its rich, over 100-yearold history in the community before it is knocked down to make way for a new veterans’ living complex. “This is a day of celebration but we are also here to say a sad goodbye,” said Mayor Brian Arrigo. “Goodbye to a building that has stood here for over a century – a building that has served generations of Revere residents, a building that has played host to dreamers and strivers from Lithuania, from Russia, from Hungary, from Poland and from Germany – all of whom chose Revere as a place to build their new lives here in America. And all of whom kept alive their heritage, their culture and their religious traditions – alive here on Shirley Ave.” The synagogue was established in 1912 and prior to that was the First Methodist Church of Revere, which was built circa 1888. The synagogue was home to the large Jewish community after the great Chelsea fire in the early 1900’s. “In the decade following World War II, Revere’s population was 25 percent Jewish,” said Arrigo. “Through the years, that population declined, as generations of American Jews followed in the footsteps of Irish, Italians, Germans and others who built ethnic enclaves close to downtown, then moved out and spread around the country as their economic situation improved, and as their families assimilat-

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ed to American culture.” Arrigo said Revere’s Jewish population helped create the “melting pot” that Revere is known to be today. “The history of Revere’s Jewish community is an integral part of the story of Shirley Ave. – this melting pot of cultures and traditions that has contributed to the richness and diversity of our city for decades,” said Arrigo. “The dreams of the Eastern European Jews who built this temple have been repeated more recently by Central Americans, Southeast Asians and now families from Morocco and Egypt.” Now that the building is demolished, construction will soon begin for a 30-unit, veteran preference housing complex with commercial space on the first floor. The building will also feature a community room and office space for the

veterans. Congregation president and Ward 2 Councillor Ira Novoselsky knew he wanted the property to go to good use when they put it up for sale. He wanted to make sure it wasn’t going to be turned into condos or affordable housing, saying that Shirley Avenue has the highest rate of affordable housing in the city. “The next step for this site is as a mixed-use development that will include retail space in addition to veteran-preference housing,” said Arrigo. “Much credit should be given to Ira and to other leaders of the congregation for making sure the next owners of this property are people who care about contributing to the community, and will fulfill an urgent need in housing for veterans. The site will also contribute to the neighborhood’s economic

vibrancy by adding commercial space on the ground floor.” Novoselsky said the day was a bittersweet event but was

comforted knowing the land is going to good use. “It’s good to know a part of our history will live on,” he said.

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Vote yes on Question 1 to support those who need help the most By Mayor Brian Arrigo


ith Question 1 appearing on the ballot in just six days, it’s important to remember that the people who would benefit from Question 1 are those who need our support the most.

A 100% disabled veteran’s pension is about $3,000 per month. For a veteran’s widow, they may be living off a $1,300 a month survivor’s benefit. For someone in this situation, even a small measure of relief could help keep the lights on or keep food on the table.

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There are some who say we cannot afford an investment of about 0.0025% of our city budget in this program to help our most vulnerable seniors. I would suggest that we can’t afford not to. When you go to the polls to vote for Question 1 on Tuesday, you have a chance to help a veteran stretching out a VA check after serving our country; a chance to help a senior struggling with increasing medical costs; a chance to help a widow hoping to stay in her home after years of contributing to our community. Before you vote on Tuesday,

you should ask where your candidates stand on Question 1. It will tell you a lot about the value they place in our seniors. For the endorsers that have joined me in support of question 1, we know where they stand: • Representative RoseLee Vincent • Councilor-at-large Jessica Giannino • Councilor-at-large Steve Morabito • Ward 1 Councilor Joanne McKenna • Ward 2 Councilor Ira Novoselsky • Ward 3 Councilor Arthur

Guinasso • Ward 4 Councilor Patrick Keefe • Ward 5 Councilor John Powers • Ward 6 Councilor Charlie Patch • School Committee Member Susan Gravellese • School Committee Member Carol Tye • School Committee Member Mike Ferrante • School Committee Member Dan Maguire • I thank them all for their support of this effort. • Please join us in voting Yes on Question 1 this Tuesday.

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n Monday morning, Mayor Brian Arrigo joined 311 staff Allan Fitzmaurice and Randall Mondestin to answer phone calls to the constituent service line. Mayor Arrigo would like to remind all residents that the 311 call center is open from 8:15 AM-5:00 PM Monday through Thursday, and 8:15 AM-12:15 PM on Friday. Issues can also be reported 24/7 via the Revere 311 app, on Facebook at Revere 311, or on Twitter by tweeting at @Re-

vere311. The calls to 311 during the Mayor’s visit included downed trees from Sunday night’s storm; a request for a replacement recycle bin; an issue with a street light; and a signage issue. The Mayor worked with 311 staff to create work order requests to address these problems. Residents who share their contact information will receive a follow-up call, text or email when there is more information about the status of their request.

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Keefe announces re-election to Ward 4 City Councilor H i, I am Patrick Keefe and I’ve have had the honor of being your Ward 4 City Councilor for the last two years. I’m a proud homeowner, live on Kilburn Street with my wife, Jennifer and two school-aged children, Adriana and Patrick. I’m also very proud of the many years I’ve spent coaching youth sports in the City, working with the children of our community and teaching them about team work and how to achieve the goals they set forth. Professionally, I

am a director with a Bostonbased restaurant company and oversee over 800 employees and 12 properties across New England. Two years ago, I asked for your support and promised more engaged leadership while working collaboratively with the residents of Ward 4. Since being elected, I’ve held quarterly community meetings to provide updates to Ward 4 Residents and listen to the concerns they have – feedback that I take

Patrick Keefe directly to the City Council. Some of the initiatives I’ve brought to the table include improved roadwork and pothole repair; more directed patrols at Harry Della Russo Stadium; safer streets in our neighborhoods; and most recently, being a driving voice of the new, comprehensive citywide parking program. We’ve also discussed tax exemptions for every homeowner in Revere, starting the program with seniors to help relieve the cost of increased home values. I have also been very active in fighting the cities opioid epidemic as a SUDI task force member, and delivering the message to our at risk youth. Most recently I have lead the charge to eliminate the sales


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LaCedra running for School Committee H

i, my name is Glenn LaCedra and I am pleased to announce my candidacy for the Revere School Committee. I will be on the ballot this year and humbly ask you for one of your six votes. I am an actual life long Revere resident who went to school in Revere and a proud graduate of Revere High School class of 1979. Upon graduating from high school I attended Northeastern University in Boston and graduated in 1986 with Honors. During that time I joined The ROTC and the United States Army Reserves. I proudly served by country and was Honorably Discharged from the United States Army in 1988. Throughout the years I was involved with many political campaigns to get commonsense conservative candidates elected. In 2013 I was elected Chairman of the Revere Republican City Committee in order to articulate to Revere voters

Glenn LaCedra that the Republican Party is the new party of the blue collar worker. My grassroots efforts led me to running for Revere School Committee in order to bring a more conservative accountability to our city, I am proud to announce that I am the only school committee candidate to: Be adamantly opposed to

same reasons. Thank you and God Bless. Glenn LaCedra

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of Recreational Marijuana in Revere, we simply don’t need it in our city. I work as the Chair of the Economic Development Subcommittee and am proud to be involved in projects across our city that increase our commercial tax base without burdening and already crowded city. Specifically, approval of three new hotels and the future development of the NECCO location which will be 100% commercial use and the future of innovations in life sciences. This growth in our local economy will provide good living wages for Revere residents while allowing us to improve our local infrastructure at sometimes no cost. And most recently, the early discussions of bringing the Amazon Northeast Headquarters to Revere. These types of projects can happen with the right leadership. I’m excited for what we can continue to do, collaboratively, as a City. With your help, I can continue to be of service to you and our Community. I am humbly asking for your continued support as your Ward 4 City Councilor. Thank you. Patrick Keefe City Council Vice President

sanctuary cities and making Revere one. The only Military veteran running for school committee. The only candidate to seek residency verification for our schools. The only fiscal conservative who believes in term limits. The only candidate to question why we have a school committee, when no one seems to know what they do, and why they are paid so much. If any committee needs a change it is the current Revere School Committee, in my door to door campaigning residents often ask me the same questions about why some current school committee members have been in office for over twenty years, the answer is simple in order to pad their own pensions and for longevity pay which is lucrative. This year I simply ask, thank a veteran like myself and afford me one of your six votes. Because politicians are like diapers and must be change often for the

Ward 5 Councillor John Powers • Opposed a 78-unit housing complex at the Riverside Boat Works on Thayer Avenue.

(Application was withdrawn by developer)

• Opposed a 51-unit housing complex at the Cove site on Revere Street.

(The Developer has appealed to the State.)

• Called for demolition of Wonderland Park, an eyesore (Demolition ongoing.) • Advocated for the restoration of Oak Island Park. (Just completed.) • Advocated for a major cleaning of the Eastern County Ditch. (To begin early 2018.) • Worked for zoning changes to protect our neighborhoods. You can no longer build a two-family home in the flood areas of Revere on a 3,000-square-foot lot. • Worked fort the renovation of Butler Circle (Just completed.) • Supported zoning changes to NECCO property located in Ward 5. Rezoned for robotic and high-tech companies. NO RESIDENTIAL ALLOWED.

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Powers wants to get rid of graffiti ridden building By Sara Brown


ard councilor John Powers is worried about graffiti in the city. He is particularly worried about one building at 585 North Shore Road. Powers asked the city to fine the owners of the building at the Oct. 23rd city council meeting, stating that the building has had issue with graffiti in the past. So many issues that Powers worries what the sight of the building is doing to the city’s

reputation. “It is offensive to me and probably offensive to the neighborhood,” he said. According to Powers, the city has already fined the property $200,000, and the councilor wants them to continue those charges to tally up even higher until the city’s feelings are made clear. “Fine them, fine them until they get the message to clean that up,” he said. If that doesn’t work, Powers wants the city to get involved







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John Powers in removing the graffiti. “Hire a company to get the graffiti off of there and put a lien on the property for the cost of that,” he suggested. The motion was sent to Mayor Brian Arrigo’s desk. In other news, the council accepted parcels of land donated to the city from resident Joseph Festa. Festa donated parcels of land on Douglas Street for conservation purposes. Ward councilor Arthur Guinasso said he was thrilled with the donation. “He has done this in the past with different parcels to help the area,” he said. “This will make sure the city will have open space for years to come.” The council unanimously approved the donation.


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~ Political Announcement ~ Councillor-at-Large Steve Morabito endorsed by Local Unions

RPD teaches Revere students Halloween Safety


am proud to have received the support, and endorsements from the following Unions in my run for re-election to Revere City Councillor-at-Large. Thank you to the hardworking members of the: Carpenters Local 218, NE Laborers’ Dist. Council Local 22, Teamsters Local 25, Roofers Local 33, IBEW Local 2222 (Verizon workers), Local 3 SEIU Firemen & Oilers, Plumbers & Gasfitters Local 12, Revere Fire Fighters Local 926.

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Revere League for Special Needs to celebrate its Annual All Souls Mass on November 4


he Revere League will celebrate the All Souls Mass on Saturday afternoon, November 4th at 4pm. This annual event is open to the entire community and those surrounding Revere. It is open to all, of any religious denomination. Those members and fam-

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ily members of the Revere League for Special Needs that have passed away over the last year and those who have been gone, but not from our hearts, their names are read and remembered during this special time.

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Councilor-at-Large 1) He Cares About Our City! During Dan’s 4 years as Mayor, crime went down over 15%. Our safety is his priority. 2 He Has the Experience We Need! Few can match Dan’s experience and knowledge of municipal government. 3) He Understands What It’s Like to Control Expenses! As a Business Owner himself, he knows the importance of controlled spending. This is good news for working families and senior citizens who count on effective financial leadership. 4) He Values Education. Dan wants the same opportunities for kids that he’s had. Creating the best chance for success for kids has always been his priority. 5) He Is a Military Veteran. Dan spent 6 years active duty in the United States Navy. He understands what it means to serve with discipline, honor, and integrity. 6) He Is a Civic Leader. His business experience and leadership roles in our business community strengthens his role as an elected leader. 7) He Is a Homeowner and Taxpayer. Like all of us, he wants to make sure every nickel we pay in taxes is spent wisely. 8) He Believes in Our Children. As Mayor, he oversaw the construction of the new Hill Elementary School, 3 new Little League Ballfields, 4 playgrounds, and of course, the new state-of-the-art Harry Della Russo Football Stadium complex. 9) He Wants a Clean and Vibrant City. His revitalization and beautification of Broadway is now a reality. He wants a community we can all be proud of. 10) BECAUSE DAN RIZZO IS THE 10TH NAME ON THE BALLOT!

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POLLS | from page 1 2 Councillor Ira Novoselsky. Ward 3 Councillor Arthur Guinasso squares off against Anthony Cogliandro. Ward 4 Councillor Patrick Keefe is facing Philip Russo. Eric Lampedecchio is trying to unseat Ward 5 Councillor John Powers. Finally, Charles Patch and Anthony DeMattia fight for the Ward 6 seat. School Committee In terms of the school committee, incumbents Michael Ferrante, Susan Gravellese, Stacey Rizzo, Fred Sannella and Carol Tye are running for reelection. Incumbent Dan Maguire withdrew from the race. Glenn LaCedra, Stephen Reardon, Al Terminello and Gerry Visconti are hoping to gain a seat on the committee. Question 1 Voters will also decide if Revere senior citizens will get a tax break. Question 1 would enact a 10 percent tax exemption for qualifying senior citizens who own and live in their homes in Revere. Mayor Brian Arrigo proposed the question earlier this year to the City Council. The council decided to send the ballot question with a unanimous vote of the council. The ballot question is supported by Arrigo, State Representative RoseLee Vincent, City Councillors Giannino, Morabito, McKen-

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na, Novoselsky, Guinasso, Keefe, Powers and Patch, as well as School Committee Members Tye, Maguire, Gravellese and Ferrante, and Mystic Valley Elder Services Board Members Lucille Ferragamo and Evelyn Morris. “There are a lot of exciting things happening in Revere,” said Arrigo outside City Hall last week. “We are building a 21st century economy. It can create a squeeze for senior citizens who have already planted their roots here.” Arrigo said this tax break would also help local veterans. According to the mayor, a 100 percent disabled veteran’s pension is about $3,000 per month. And a veteran’s widow may be living off a $1,300 a month survivor’s benefit. “When you go to the polls to vote for Question 1 on

Tuesday, you have a chance to help a veteran stretching out a VA check after serving our country; a chance to help a senior struggling with increasing medical costs; a chance to help a widow hoping to stay in her home after years of contributing to our community,” he said in a statement. New voting machines This year voters will be casting their ballots on new election equipment. The new equipment allows the voter to color in the oval that appears after the candidate’s name. The ballot has also been redesigned. Voters are allowed to vote for five candidates for councillor-at-large, six for School Committee, one for ward councillor and yes or no for Question 1. The polls close at 8 p.m.

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Mayor Arrigo joined by Mass. mayors in push to change federal drug policy Letter requests restoration of DEA enforcement authority to pursue unlawful prescription drug distribution


ayor Brian Arrigo announced earlier this week that mayors from across Massachusetts had joined with him to push for a federal law change to allow the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) to pursue inappropriate wholesale prescription drug distribution, which fuels the opioid addiction epidemic that has afflicted cities throughout the Commonwealth and across the country. The letter read: Dear Mr. President, Senator Warren, Senator Markey, and Members of Congress: As mayors of cities across Massachusetts, we are all too familiar with the utterly destructive effects of the opioid addiction epidemic that has touched our communities, and communities across the nation. Opioid addiction remains a true public health crisis, and perhaps the most complex and vexing social problem of our time. Collectively, we were outraged to watch the October 15th “60 Minutes”segment, detailing how drug distributors successfully lobbied Congress to strip the federal Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) of its authority to prosecute the unlawful large-scale distribution of prescription opioids to “pain clinics”that emerged overnight in small towns. We are pleased to see that one of the lead congressional champions of the law to gut the enforcement authority of the DEA, Representative Tom Marino of Pennsylvania’s 10th congressional district, withdrew from consideration for the position of the country’s next drug czar, or leader of the Office of National Drug Control Policy. Now, we respectfully yet urgently request that: 1. The next nominee for the nation’s drug czar be free of financial or other connections to the prescription drug distribution industry, and be of unassailable professional and personal character; and 2. That Congress repeal and replace the April 2016 law, passed through a parliamentary procedure without debate, that stripped the DEA of critical enforcement authority; the new law must give the DEA the authority to protect the interests of the public and simply cannot be bought and paid for by the legal drug distribution industry. It should go without saying that the law must be fully vetted and debated on the floor of Congress with a roll call vote. For the past several years, we and members of our communities have attended the funer-

als of friends, and the funerals of the children of friends, with sickening regularity. These lives have been lost too soon to ad-

diction, and each loss is a tragedy for not only the family and friends of the individual lost, but for us all. The loss of any

one person changes so many lives and each and every time, the effects of that loss spread throughout our cities and are

felt for decades to come. And so we all do what we can


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As Election Day approaches, I would like to emphasize some of the main reasons that qualify me to represent and serve you as a Revere Councilor at Large. I strongly believe that the valuable experience I have gained in working both personally and with my team at Action Emergency Management Services, Inc. to solve problems and help people in need over the past 30 years has uniquely prepared me to best understand and deal with the challenges now facing us. This experience includes: • Running an emergency services company and employing a dedicated staff of employees in Revere for many years successfully handling hundreds of challenging incidents, crises, and disasters • Assisting in the building and renovation of neighborhood parks including at the Lincoln School, Oak Island, and the Point of Pines • Although unfortunately not having had the opportunity to serve in our armed forces, consistently committed to supporting and advancing the needs of active and retired veterans, including with Revere Veterans Services and Northshore Veterans Council, and supplying rehab feeding trucks and flatbeds to serve refreshments for the Wounded Veterans Run • Working with numerous cities and towns to deal with various major crisis and disaster situations, resolving safety issues in coordination with police and fire officials, and assisting inspectional services departments in handling problems with vacant and abandoned buildings • Worked with Revere Police Department to design and build four SWAT trucks through a federally-sponsored program, and to redesign and paint Revere’s police cruisers • Longtime volunteer with the Salvation Army, reaching rank of Deputy Chief of Disaster Services, traveling to lead and contribute to various disaster relief efforts in Massachusetts and other States • Supporting Revere’s youth in donating and coordinating equipment, manpower, and refreshments to advance many community events, in assisting with Santa’s Run, the Sandcastle Festival, the Columbus Day Parade, Row to Revere. as well as founding and running Halloween’s Family Fright Night for the past 25 years, and support of Revere youth sports programs • Managing budgets and overseeing finances for corporations for over 30 years • Lifelong resident of Revere, Revere business owner, Revere residential and commercial taxpayer, supporter of Revere Public Schools I have partnered with Revere’s leaders for many years to help make Revere a better and safer place to live, work, and raise a family. I would now like to put my knowledge and experience directly to work for you in dealing with the issues that will shape the future of our community and improve our quality of life. The brief summary of my qualifications above exemplifies my sincere commitment to Revere. “Putting Revere First” is not just a campaign slogan. It is how I will approach every issue brought before our City Council. Thank you for your consideration and trust in allowing me to represent you and to truly put Revere first as Councilor at Large.

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Assault on MBTA Bus Driver Leads to Gun Arrest


man who allegedly harassed a female passenger on an MBTA bus and then flashed a handgun and assaulted the driver before fleeing through a Revere movie theater was arraigned on firearms and assault charges this week, Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley said. Hakeem Ricker (D.O.B. 7/29/97) of Lynn was arraigned Monday in Chelsea District Court on charges of unlawful possession of a firearm with a defaced serial number, unlawful possession of ammunition, unlawfully carrying a loaded firearm, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault with a dangerous weapon, and threats to commit a crime for the incident Friday evening onboard a bus headed through Revere to Central Square in Lynn. Judge Randy Chapman set bail at $25,000 cash and, at the request of Assistant District Attorney Kevin Bergin, ordered Ricker to stay away from all witnesses in the case and revoked his open bail on an unrelated case charging assault with a dangerous weapon. The sequence of events began to unfold shortly before 8:00 pm, when Ricker began to take photos or videos of a fellow passenger without her permission. This passenger, who was a stranger to Ricker, told him to stop and delete the images, and then moved to the front of the bus to get away from him. Ricker followed her. The driver of the bus observed this harassment and intervened on the woman’s behalf. He pulled over in the area

LETTER | from page 9 The names are placed on the memorial board in the main hallway for all to pay a tribute of respect from time to time, and following the mass, these names are blessed. Please join the officers and members of the Revere League for Special Needs at its 200 Winthrop Ave., Revere headquarters on Saturday, November 4th. Our door and hearts are always open to our neighbors. A collation will follow immediately after the mass. Thank you, President Michelle MorencyDeMauro, the Board of Directors, and members of the Revere League for Special Needs

of Squire Road, reported the incident, and requested assistance. At this point, Ricker allegedly threatened the driver, struck his hat, threw a water bottle at his face, and raised his shirt above his waistband, revealing the handle of a firearm. He then fled the bus headed toward a nearby movie theater. Transit Police responded to the scene, where a passenger provided them with a cell phone photo of the assailant. In the course of their canvas, they spoke with a security guard at the theater who indicated that the suspect may have fled through the building and out the back door. Moments later, they spotted and detained Ricker behind the theater. Witnesses identified him as the individual who had harassed the bus passenger and assaulted the driver. Transit Police took Ricker into custody. Revere Police also responded to the area and provided a K-9 unit to assist in the search. The K-9 unit located a firearm beneath some gravel underneath a bush in the area where Ricker had been observed. This firearm was secured, seized, and found to be a 9mm semiautomatic handgun with a defaced brand and serial number. It was loaded with seven rounds of ammunition. Ricker was represented by attorney Francisco Napolitano. He returns to court on Nov. 29.

ARRIGO | from page 11 in our communities. The families of those who have suffered such loss mobilize to support other families coping with addiction, hoping to prevent the loss of yet another life. Vigils are held, and screenings of documentaries, conferences on best practices. We talk to our children, to our neighbors, about the risks of misusing prescription opioids. We hire social workers and recovery coaches to complement the work of our first responders, trying to offer help to those who overdose by meeting them where they are. We launch programs designed to address all of the components of this public health crisis, from prevention to intervention to treatment to recovery. We invest time, money, and our deepest hopes that through all these efforts, we can stem the tide of addiction-related fatalities. What we need and demand on the federal level is a Congress that will prioritize our families over the drug industry, a DEA with the enforcement authority and tools it needs to crack down on illegal corporate drug activity; and a drug czar committed to helping us in our fight instead of supporting industry profit at the expense of our children. Respectfully,

Page 13 Mayor Richard Cohen, Agawam Mayor Michael P. Cahill, Beverly Mayor Joseph C. Sullivan, Braintree Mayor Bill Carpenter, Brockton Mayor E. Denise Simmons, Cambridge City Manager Thomas G. Ambrosino, Chelsea Mayor Carlo DeMaria, Everett Mayor Jasiel F. Correia II, Fall River Mayor Stephen L. DiNatale, Fitchburg Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken, Gloucester Mayor William F. Martin, Greenfield Mayor James F. Fiorentini, Haverhill Mayor Dan Rivera, Lawrence Mayor Gary Christenson, Malden Mayor Arthur Vigeant, Marlborough Mayor Stephanie Muccini Burke, Medford Mayor Robert J. Dolan, Melrose Mayor Jon Mitchell, New Bedford Mayor Donna D. Holaday, Newburyport Mayor Setti Warren, Newton Mayor Richard J. Alcombright, North Adams Mayor Ted Bettencourt, Peabody Mayor Linda M. Tyer, Pittsfield Mayor Brian M. Arrigo, Revere Mayor Domenic J. Sarno, Springfield Mayor Thomas C. Hoye, Jr., Taunton Mayor William Reichelt, West Springfield Mayor Scott D. Galvin, Woburn

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he Revere High School football team came close to beating Burlington, but an up and down performance resulted in them narrowly losing, 20-21, and falling to 1-7 on the year. Both the Patriots’ offense and defense showed promise, but the team, overall, was inconsistent and was ultimately doomed by a pair of late-game blunders. “Bottom line is you can’t make mistakes often and win, so it’s growing pains for us,” said Revere coach Louis Cicatelli. “Good high school football game. Really entertaining, but we let this one slip.” Revere had a victory in sight twice in the final four minutes of the game. With the score 21-20, they fumbled the ball

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on the 20-yard line. The Patriots’ defense stepped up and sacked Burlington’s quarterback to force a punt, but the ensuing kick went 60 yards and pinned Revere on their own four-yard line. With two seconds left, Badr Haou shanked a field goal wide right. Despite the loss, the Patriots had a number of standout performances. Freshman quarterback Calvin Boudreau was 12 for 17 and had two touchdowns. “He had a great game,” said Cicatelli. “Really made excellent passes and connected with his receivers. He had a few big plays that helped us a lot.” Zach Furlong had 100 yards rushing and 60 yards receiving; he also had a touchdown.

Darius McNeil had 100 yards and one touchdown, but excited the game early due to a concussion. Haou had a touchdown as well and made three catches for 50 yards. “We gave this one away, but our guys really did play well,” said Cicatelli. “I was really pleased with how hard they competed. It was just some mistakes that cost us in the end.” Revere move on to host Beverly on Friday night. The Panthers have typically been a powerhouse in the Northeast Conference, but are struggling this year and are 1-7. “They’re a lot like us,” said Cicatelli. “We just need to step up; hopefully, we can rally at home.”


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A Spooktacular Senior Halloween Party A

Senior Halloween Disco Party, held at the RossettiCowan Senior Center on October 24th was a spooktacular time as seniors grooved to the music of DJ George Athas. The number of costumes worn this year was phenomenal. Seniors are great sports with young attitudes! (Photos courtesy of Stephen W. Fielding)

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Councillor-at-Large Tony Zambu

Councillor Zambuto with his supporters from the Revere Senior Center.

Members of the Belle Isle Rotary Club (Winthrop, Revere, East Boston) supporting their friend Councillor Tony Zambuto.

M ayor Brian Arrigo joined Councillor Tony Zambuto at DeMaino’s Dave Modica and Jamie Russo with Revere Longtime friends, Joe Ferretra and last week. Councillor at Large Tony Zambuto. Frank Santarpio with Tony Zambuto.

Phil and Patricia Imperato with Councillor Tony Zambuto.

Colleagues in Revere government, Mike Ferrante, Charlie Patch, Arthur Guinasso, Mayor Brain Arrigo, John Powers, Councillor Tony Zambuto, George Rotondo, Patrick Keefe, Steve Candidates joining Councillor Zambuto, for Ward 5 Eric Morabito, Jessica Giannino, Ira Novoselsky, Joanne McKenna, and Dan Maguire. Lempedecchio, Councillor at Large Dan Rizzo, and Ward 4 Phil Russo.

Councillor Tony Zambuto is shown with Ron Mastrogiovanni, Jim Connolly and Jack Walsh.

Supporters of Councillor Tony Zambuto, June Dunn, Lorraine McDevitt Restiano and Wayne Correia. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)

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RHS Patriots Golf Team Break-up Dinner Sponsored by the Golf Parents Club

Head Coach Brandon Pezzuto (left) and Asst. Coach Paul DiPlatzi are shown with the 2017 RHS Patriot Varsity Golf Team last Tuesday night at the Revere Moose on Broadway. The parents club sponsored a great night for the members of the golf team, Chinese food buffet, gifts and a final Top tickets sales were a three-way tie, Mike Hayes, Luke farewell to the seniors. Cacicio and Jillian Eaves.

Coaches Pezzuto and DiPlatzi present the letters to the Golf Team.

Freshman Marco Cerbone.

Juniors Anthony DeVito, Jillian Eaves and Matthew Cravotta with coaches Brandon Pezzuto and Paul DiPlatzi.

The players opened up the gifts from the parents club.

Sophomores, (not in order) Luke Cacicio, Michael Hayes, William Ly, Michael Marchese, and Dante Raffa.

President of the RHS Parents Club, Gina Raffa presents a gift to dad, Jimmy O’Donnell for all support throughout the season.

The seniors presented President Gina Raffa with flowers for her dedication to the program and the members of the RHS Golf Team.

The RHS Patriots Golf Parents Club and their senior boys, from left; Head Coach Brandon Pezzuto, Lori and Kenny Unminski, Sonya and Austin Villalobos, Daniela and Robert Stoica, Kathleen and James O’Donnell, Mariana and Gaetano Caputo, Cara and Alex Madarese, Gina Raffa and Donna Hayes.

RHS Golf All-Star Captains James O’Donnell and Austin Villalobos with coaches, Brandon Pezzuto and Paul DiPlatzi. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)

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House Speaker Bob DeLeo hosts Annual Comedy Night

A great pair of speakers: former Speaker of the House Ward 2 Councillor Ira Novoselsky Speaker of the House Bob DeLeo with guests Joseph Charles Flaherty with his friend and former colleague with the hosts: House Speaker Bob Cararelli, State Rep. RoseLee Vincent, Ward 1 Councillor Speaker of the House Bob DeLeo – also Laura Marlin and DeLeo and Vikki Mucci. Joanne McKenna and Roseann Colinino. Vikki Mucci.

Good friends: Candidate for School Committee Al Terminiello Jr. and Mickey Casoli at the Winthrop Yacht Club supporting Speaker of the House Bob DeLeo.

School Committee Members Mike Ferrante and Susan Gravellesse with House Speaker Bob DeLeo.

Speaker of the Massachusetts House Bob DeLeo welcomes Alberta and John Verrengia.

The host and hostess of the evening, Speaker of the House Bob DeLeo and Vikki Mucci. DeLeo has hosted this event for over 25 years.

Dan and Richard DeCristoforo showed up at the Marie and Mariah Giacobe at the Winthrop Winthrop Yacht Club to support Housr Speaker Yacht Club with House Speaker Bob DeLeo. Bob DeLeo.

Speaker of the House Bob DeLeo with Comic Emcee Johnny Pease (right) and comedian Jim Colliton.

Candidate for Councillor-at-Large Wayne Rose joined House Speaker Bob DeLeo last Friday evening.

City councillors supporting their colleague in government – Speaker Tony Zambuto dropped by to see Bob DeLeo – from left: Steve Morabito, Charlie Patch, Arthur his friend Speaker of the House Guinasso and John Powers. Bob DeLeo.

Massachusetts State Government, from left: State Representatives House Speaker Bob DeLeo welcomes East Boston Joe McGonagle and Donald Wong, Speaker of the House Bob DeLeo, Chamber of Commerce President Buddy Mangini State Representative RoseLee Vincent and State Senator Joe Boncore. and Lorraine Repoli. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)

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RHS Lady Patriots Volleyball Senior Night

Amina Ibisevic with her senior teammates.

Head Coach Lianne O’Hara with her senior RHS Patriot Seniors last Friday evening at the Revere High Field House, Amina Ibisevic, Christina Restropo, Capt. Joice Oliveria, Capt. Valentina Pepic and Tatianna Iacoviello.

Tatianna Iacoviello with her parents, Sandra and Frank, sisters, Natasha and Alexis, family pet, Deno, and her Grandmother. Also in photo, Uncle Robert and Cousin Michaela Iacoviello.

Capt. Joice Oliveria with her parents, Sirleia and Hernando, her sister, Julia and her pet, Nicki.

Captain Valentina Pepic with her family, Milena and Velmir, pet, Kico and best friends, Mariana Robinson and Meghan Maguire.

Christina Restrepo with her parents, Blanca, Luis, sister, Daniella and brother, Alejandro, along with her boyfriend Arthur.

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~ Sports ~

Hockey Pats skate to fast season start By Jerry DiStefano

Greetings, neighbors, and welcome to the Beach City BUZZ…We’ve some Howdy, friends, and welcome to the Spring Ahead, Fall Back edition of the got Beach CityNew Year’s resolutions in verse, of course: My life is so disorganized, but I’ve got a great BUZZ … On Sunday, November 5, at 2:00 a.m., Daylight Savings Time comes crashing to solution total self improvement is my New Year’s resolution. I’ve taken a hard look at a halt. Check your smoke detectors and change the batteries … We’ve got an abundance myself, and don’t like what see. So in themy coming I’ll become betterdays me. after I’ll do of ran-dumb stuff today (dueIto the fact that power year, was out for almosta three some crafts, and learn to cook, my soufflés will be divine. And when I’m in a restaurant, last weekend’s storm), so let’s get to it. There is nothing good about being without electricity. I’ll be have a snob ‘boutappreciation wine. I’ll gofor to people bed early, a cupand of warm milk, I’ll become an early I now a new whowith suffered, are still suffering, from the riser. I’ll learn to balance my checkbook too, and become an organizer. I’ll study a foreign aftermath of the recent hurricanes. For me, it was an inconvenience to not have hot water, language, maybe French or maybe Spanish. I’ll pay off all my bills on time, and all my having to dump everything in my fridge and freezer into the trash and walk around in the debts willavanish. myhours. smoking, too,snobby and then feel quite healthy. cold with flashlightI’ll forquit many Evendrinking my usually and I’ll uncommunicative cats I’ll save some money everytime week, willOn make me wealthy. And when I’m driving were begging for snuggle andand bodythat heat. the brighter side, I didn’t even need in car, for I won’t flip off the I’ll remained keep my untouched; calm, and smile a lot, and forget letter anmy excuse not cooking; thebird. laundry and I got to catch up on 4my words. my house in order, and sparkling I’ll only things reading I’ll by keep candlelight. Not so bad, onneat a short-term basis.clean. A big thank youbuy to the folksthat whoare work tirelessly power,My to the landscapers who brave the other on sale - I’ll betoa restore Couponour Queen. body, I promise,and willtree get people in shape - something elements to get rid ofcottage fallen debris, to drink our first responders keep us safe at their than round. I’ll eat cheeseand and skim milk, andwho lose those twenty pounds. own peril. Counting my blessings all that andexercise for all the folks Yoga, who shine a light I’ll gain some muscles, work myfor heart, andI have, take an class. Zumba, lifting for us throughout … Moving righttoalong can anyone give me some weights, will helpthe medark losetimes my a$$. I’ll learn play –the piano, and music I will insight read. I’ll on this observation of mine: it, that thebleed. Mr. and I’ll I are he willneeds inevitably spot practice daily for hours on Why end,isuntil mywhen fingers putout, other’s ahead of a car on themaybe road (this just oneyear, example), he’ll instantly say, 1960 mine, and thisiscoming I’ll feeland fulfilled as I give of “Wow! myself,That’s and a find time to Pontiac Bonneville underinthe a Skymist Blue paintalljob, doublevolunteer. I’ll growwith all triple-duce my veggiescarbs at home thehood, spring, and start them from seed, dipped chrome bumpers, triple-blue interior, stylized dash, a Wonderbar AM radio, with I’ll learn to polka and ballroom dance, and buy lots of books to read. I’ll learn to likeasoy 389 cubic-inch block,sprouts, a Tri-Power carb Dunkin’s setup, a Hydramatic T/A on milk and eat more I’ll trade for herbaltransmission, tea. I’ll onlyGoodrich watch shows rubber, and eight-lug wheels!” Yet if I tell him that we have to be somewhere the next day, hea Channel 2, and no more reality TV. Now let me just get all this straight - I’m resolving can’t remember when, where or how. With no effort at all, he can recall every detail, make, better me. I’ll be thinner, healthier, smarter too, but I’ll live in misery. On second thought, model and year of every car known toIman, does he remember to pick let’s forget this idea, because really, don’tbut give a damn. My onlythat NewI asked Year’shim resolution, up the mail on his way home from work in 10 minutes? Must be a “guy thing” … November is to like me for who I am…Let’s ring in the BUZZ: The start of a new year means 3 is National Cliché Day, so I couldn’t this go commenting. What’s least that it’s time for the Mayor’s Annuallet State of by thewithout City Address, which takesyour place on favorite cliché? Here’s my short list: At the end of the day; it is what it is; with all due respect; Monday, January 13 at 6:00 P.M. in the Joseph A. DelGrosso Council Chambers a bald-faced lie; not for anything; everything happens for a reason; been there, done that; at City Hall. Mayor Rizzo invites all to attend. If you can’t be there, the address will on the same page; naked as a jaybird; ballpark figure; going forward; between a rock and a also be on Revere TV on Channel 9…Why not kick off the New Year by pledging to hard place; the whole ball of wax; and what goes around comes around. Personally, when give blood? On January 16 from 2:00 - 7:00 p.m. head to the Beachmont VFW, 150 it comes to clichés, I avoid them like the plague. So before we go gettin’ our knickers in a Bennington St.BUZZ: and donate some blood. 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The Revere High Patriots hockey team has had their best start in years starting with a 4-1-1 overall record in the first six games. The Christmas break has created an awfully Grade ‘A’ – 10 – 20 lbs. tough non-conference schedule for Revere, as they have had four games in eight nights. In that span, the Patriots have gone 2-1-1. “This is such a great start for a great group of kids,” Revere coach Joe Ciccarello said. “We only won two games last year and we have already doubled that. It was such a tough year, and to start this season like this is a great feeling for this group of young men.” With $30 Purchase andaYour Rewards LIMITthe Revere started their break with tough game against 2 Card, See Store Lynn Jets. The Patriots were ableFor to possess a 2-1 lead for Details the majority of the game, until the third period. Lynn scored a quickFamily goal, Pack that tied the Cut score 2-2, the JetsPack broke the In tie – Center Family – Bone with one minute left. Revere never gave up and decided to pull the goalie in the final minute. Joe Ristano took the spot of the goalie, and made the most of it. Ristano lit up the lamp with 11 seconds left to give Revere a 3-3 tie rather than a loss. “Lynn is a very talented team and this was a good tie,” Ciccarello said. “Of course it would have been nice to win, but we played great and that’s all I can ask for.” Revere next hadChoice Everett in their sights. The Patriots took USDA Any Size Pack – Thin Sliced the momentum they created from the Lynn game and unleashed on the Crimson Tide, to the tune of a 5-1 victory. Revere then had to travel south to play Bourne. The Patriots started off fast once again, as they took an early 1-0 lead at the end of the first period. Bourne tied the game 1-1 early in the second period. Revere answered with three unanswered goals and took a 4-1 lead. The Patriots fell asleep in the third period, and Bourne answered with three McKinnon’s Own Land O’ Lakes unanswered goals of their own, that tied the game 4-4 with three minutes left. Ciccarello took a key timeout for Revere to regroup the troops. The timeout paid dividends for the Patriots as freshman Anthony Cacca scored the gamewinner with one minute left. “It has been someone different every game,” Ciccarello Sliced To said. “It really has been a collective team effort, and theOrder! story of our season is someone new stepping up in a big way.” Revere in their last game came out flat as can be against Pillsbury Land O’ Lakes Lowell on the road, and the Patriots were defeated 5-1. “It was the last game after a long road trip,” Ciccarello said. “None of us from coaches to the players were mentally prepared for this game. We will bounce back and have a much better effort in our next game.” Revere will look for a bounce back effort on Tuesday (December 31st), at home against Somerville.




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Frank D. Viviano

evoted Son, Brother & Uncle. At 50 years in Revere, October 20th, following a tragic auto accident. Adoring son to Viola M. (Capozzi) Viviano of Revere & the late Michael F. Viviano. Devoted brother of Stephen D. Viviano & his longtime companion Kathleen Campbell of Revere & Revere Deputy Fire Chief, Michael G. Viviano & his wife Carla J. Viviano of Middleton. Dearest uncle to Maureen R. Viviano & her companion, Murray Constant & their daughter Jordyn all of Everett, Revere Fire Fighter Stephen D. Viviano, Jr. and Michael J. O’Brien both of Nahant, Michal P. Viviano of Arlington, VA. & David A. Viviano of Middleton. Funeral Mass held on Saturday, October 28 in St. Anthony of Padua Church, Revere. Interment private. Frank was a Sales Rep within the vast Home Exteriors Supply Contracting Industry. Frank would want to be remembered for his love of nature & the great outdoors, but most especially for his constant & loving care to his “Mom.” Active member of the Nat. Rifle Assoc. & The Gun Owners’ Action & Protection Org. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to your favorite charity. Please visit The staff at the Vertuccio & Smith, Home for Funerals of Revere were honored to have assisted the family in the completion of Funeral Arrangements.

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1. In the United States, which came first, voting or the Constitution? 2. From what comic strip is Sadie Hawkins Day derived? 3. Where would you find the Manx language? (Hint: Britain.) 4. Traditionally, what did purple indicate? 5. On Nov. 4 in what decade did the president sign the Truth-inPackaging law? 6. On Nov. 5, 1963, Viking ruins were found where in North America? 7. How are REO, Duesenberg and Kaiser similar? 8. Which is taller, the Empire State Building or the Eiffel Tower? 9. The game Monopoly has many versions, including Dog-opoly. True or false? 10. What is another word for Bronx cheer? 11. On Nov. 6, 1869, Rutgers beat

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Beacon Hill Roll Call By Bob Katzen

THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Hill Roll Call records local senators’ and representatives’ votes on roll calls from the week of October 23-27. HANDICAPPED PARKING (H 3973) House 152-0, approved legislation cracking down on the misuse of handicapped parking placards including increasing the period of license suspension for wrongful use or display of a placard from 30 to 60 days for a first offense and from 90 to 120 days for a second offense. Another provision would prohibit the obstruction of the expiration date or placard number and subject an offender to a $50 fine. The measure also prohibits making a false statement on an application for a placard and imposes a fine of $500 for a first offense and $1,000 for subsequent offenses. Supporters said it is time to crack down on these offenders who are taking spaces that should be used by a handicapped person. They noted a recent report by the Inspector General revealed widespread abuse of these placards. They noted that many placards still in use belonged to people who had died and said the placards can be used to park all day at most metered spaces, resulting in millions of dollars in lost meter fees to cities and towns. The Senate has approved its own version of the bill and the House version now goes to the Senate for consideration. (A “Yes” vote is for the bill.) Rep. Robert DeLeo Yes Rep. RoseLee Vincent Yes

PROTECT STATE AND LOCAL PUBLIC EMPLOYEES (H 3974) House 151-0, approved a bill that provides all state and municipal workers with the same protections provided to private workers under the federal Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA). Supporters said an average of 28 municipal workers per week suffer injuries serious enough to be out of work for five days or more. They noted this protection would cover some 450,000 state and local public workers who perform jobs that are sometimes just as dangerous as private sector ones. The Senate has approved its own version of the bill and the House version now goes to the Senate for consideration. The main difference is that the Senate bill sets an effective date of September 1, 2018, while the House sets it at July 1, 2019. (A “Yes” vote is for the bill.)

Rep. Robert DeLeo Yes Rep. RoseLee Vincent Yes

CRIMINAL JUSTICE CHANGES (S 2185) Senate 27-10, approved a bill making some major changes to the state’s criminal justice system including repealing mandatory minimum sentences for low level drug offenders, reducing and eliminating some fees and fines, making changes to the bail system and the juvenile justice system,allowing for compassionate release of ill inmates, raising from 18 to 19 the age at which someone can be charged in adult court and making dangerousness hearings available in more cases and allowing longer detention of defendants on a dangerousness finding. Supporters said the bill is a balanced one that updates many laws and repeals some arcane laws while still protecting the public. They argued that the bill is a big step toward ending the vicious cycles of incarceration and crime.” “This bill is about lifting people up instead of locking them up, while focusing attention on the most serious offenders,” said its sponsor Sen. Will Brownsberger. Assistant Majority Leader Cynthia Creem (D-Newton) said, “I am proud to say that this bill touches on every phase of the criminal justice system, from the front end of the system, including more diversion and expansion of addiction treatment opportunities, to the back end including sentencing, prison programing and solitary confinement reforms. This bill goes a long way to modernize our system in line with our principles of rehabilitation and reduced recidivism.” Opponents said that the bill goes too far and weakens the state’s criminal justice laws in many ways. “There are aspects of the bill which we believe hold out promise and which we embrace, but still feel that too many aspects of the bill throw it far out of balance.” said nine of the state’s eleven district attorneys in a letter. “This undermines the cause and pursuit of fair and equal justice for all, largely ignores the interests of victims of crime, and puts at risk the undeniable strides and unparalleled success of Massachusetts’ approach to public safety and criminal justice for at least the last 25 years.” (A Yes” vote is for the bill. A “No” vote is against it). Sen. Joseph Boncore Yes

FELONY THRESHOLD (S 2185) Under current law, a person who commits theft under $250 is charged with a misdemeanor and above $250 with a felony which carries a stiffer sentence. A section of the criminal justice bill debated last week pro-

posed raising the $250 threshold to $1,500. Senate 15-22, rejected an amendment that would decrease the proposed $1,500 threshold to $1,000. Amendment supporters said that the hike from $250 to $1,500 is excessive and argued that $1,000 is a reasonable compromise.They said the hike to $1,500 would result in serious theft being categorized as a minor misdemeanor. Amendment opponents said the $250 threshold has not been raised since it was established in 1987. They argued that the $1,500 threshold would put Massachusetts in line with other states in the area. (A “Yes” vote is for the hike to $1,000. A “No” vote is for the hike to $1,500.) Sen. Joseph Boncore No

INCREASE FINES FOR DRUNK DRIVERS (S 2185) Senate 14-23, rejected an amendment that would double fines imposed on any owner or of a vehicle who allows a person who has had his or her license revoked to drive the owner’s car; or allows a person who has an ignition interlock restricted license to drive the owner’s car without a device. The device is mea-

sure also increases the fine to $5,000 and adds an additional jail sentence for a person who violates these two laws and already has been previously convicted or assigned to an alcohol or controlled substance education, treatment, or rehabilitation program. Amendment supporters said it is time to crack down and get tougher with both first-time and habitual drunk drivers. Amendment opponents said the state already has very substantial penalties for drunk drivers and this amendment has not been fully vetted. (A “Yes” vote is for the increased penalties. A “No” vote is against them.) Sen. Joseph Boncore No

1-YEAR MANDATORY SENTENCE FOR ASSAULTING A POLICE OFFICER (S 2185) Senate approved 25-13 and then approved by a wider 31-6 margin, an amendment imposing a 1-year mandatory minimum sentence on anyone who commits assault and battery that causes serious injury on a police officer. Amendment supporters said police officers are our first line of defense and risk their lives every day. They said any-

one who causes serious injury to an officer should serve at least a mandatory year in jail. Amendment opponents said they appreciate the work and sacrifices of police officers but generally hesitate to single out specific groups for special treatment because it is difficult to decide where to draw the line. Both roll calls are listed. Some senators changed their vote on the second roll call. Senate President Stan Rosenberg explained that on the first roll call, some senators were unclear on what the amendment would do because of excessive chatting by senators and staff in the temporary chamber which to begin with has poor acoustics. The Senate has been holding its sessions in Gardner Auditorium while the regular Senate chamber is being renovated. (A “Yes” vote is for the 1-year mandatory sentence. A “No” vote is against it.) Sen. Joseph Boncore No/No

CHARGE STUDENTS WITH ASSEMBLY DISRUPTION (S 2185) Under current law, anyone who disrupts an assembly of


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people meeting for a legal purpose is subject to up to one month in prison and a $50 fine. A section of the criminal justice bill debated last week would exempt students from being charged or convicted of this type of violation if the alleged disruption is within the school building or at a schoolsponsored event. Senate 11-27, rejected an amendment that would eliminate the proposed student exemption and keep the current law in place. Amendment supporters said current law has worked well. They argued that schools should have the flexibility whether to charge students or not. Amendment opponents

said the change is aimed at encouraging use of the criminal justice system for school discipline issues only if there is no other tool available. They noted that under current law students can still be charged with other more serious offenses. (A “Yes” vote is for not exempting students. A “No” vote is for exempting students.) Sen. Joseph Boncore No

ADDITIONAL JAIL SENTENCE FOR DEALING DRUGS NEAR SCHOOL AND PLAYGROUNDS (S 2185) Current law imposes a mandatory jail sentence on drug dealers who sell drugs within 300 feet of a public or private school or within 100 feet of a playground. The sentence is in addition to the sentence for selling the drugs. A section of the criminal justice bill debated last week proposed elimi-

nating that current law. Senate 15-23, rejected an amendment that would re-instate current law that establishes school and playground zones. Amendment supporters said dealers often target school zones and playgrounds because they know that there are impressionable young people there who can easily get hooked on a dangerous drug. They said keeping the additional mandatory sentence will show that the state will remain tough on drug dealers. Amendment opponents said the school and playground zone restriction is a defunct ineffective way of dealing with the drug problem. They noted that a review of each drug-dealing case in a handful of cities indicated that a not a single school zone case


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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 October 23-27, the House met for a total of nine hours and 8 minutes and the Senate met for a total of 14 hours and 43 minutes. MON.OCTOBER 23 House11:01 a.m. to11:21 a.m.

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SAUGUS 2 yr old CE Col offers 9 rms, 4 bdrms, 2 ½ baths, gourmet granite kit w/ island, office, fireplace 23’ famrm, master w/private bath & walk in, 1st flr laundry, cen air, alarm, sprinkler system, 2 car garage..............................................$689,900.

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Vote Wayne Rose Councilor at Large. Always standing up for the youth of our city. Formed a youth program solely on donations with NO CITY funding, which kicks off on November 11th, “Safe Saturdays”. This program will run from 6pm – 9pm on Saturday evenings in the Lincoln school gym. It is a free program for young community members to come and meet up with other children, play sports and keep them off the streets. The youth in our city need someone like myself to stand up and fight for what we all believe these children need. They are our FUTURE! (Paid Pol. Adv.)

Revere League for Special Needs Holds annual Halloween Party for the Clients and Family T

he Revere League held it’s annual Halloween Party last Saturday afternoon. DJ Alan LaBella and Chinese Food were on tap for the day. Lots of costumes and a terrific time on the dance floor all afternoon, then all were treated to delicious desserts.

DJ Alan LaBella had the dances on the floor with the Monster Mash.

President of the Revere League for Special Needs Michelle Morency DeMauro happily serving the delicious Chinese food to lots of witches and goblins.

Where’s Elvis? He was at the Revere League last Saturday afternoon with his friends.

Freddie DeSimone and James Riley on the dance floor.

Lots of laughs last Saturday afternoon, Eleanor Vierra (right) with her friend, Kim Sturrock.

Amanda Leone is enjoying the party with her mom, Donna.

President of Revere SEPAC Peter DelGrecco dropped by as a sumo wrestler, no one took him up on a challenge.

Marie Voto with Josephine Nguyen.

Pamela Anderson with her friend, James Riley. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)

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