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he city lost another longtime public servant this week, as current and longtime member of the Everett School Committee Richard Baniewicz unexpectedly passed away on Saturday. The 15-year School Committee member and former three-term member of the Common Council was 67. He was a past chairman and vice chairman of the School Committee. There will be no special election to fill his at-Large seat. A joint convention of the City

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Everett sailor killed at Pearl Harbor identified, buried at Arlington A

n Everett sailor was laid to rest with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery on Wednesday after having been killed in action 76 years ago during the attack on Pearl Harbor. Howard W. Bean served as a Radioman 3rd Class on the USS Oklahoma. He was one of the 429 crewmen who perished when the ship capsized on Dec. 7, 1941, after being struck by several Japanese torpedoes. Bean was 27. For years, Bean’s remains were among those which could not be identified after the attack and were buried at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific in Honolulu, Hawaii; however, in 2015 a policy change at the Department of Defense

Everett Radioman 3rd Class Howard W. Bean is laid to rest during a ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery on Dec. 6. Bean died at Pearl Harbor, and his remains were unidentified until exhumed for modern DNA testing in 2015. (U.S. Navy photo courtesy of Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jonathan B. Trejo)

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Friends of the Malden River (FoMR) to hold Dec. 11 meeting at Parlin Library Wynn Resorts to provide Riverwalk update to FoMR and community

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n Monday, December 11 at 6:30 p.m., at Everett’s Parlin Library, Wynn Design & Development, represented by Assistant Project Director Kim Ripley and Wynn Resorts

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In early December 2016, the City of Everett launched a bus-only-lane pilot program on Broadway, which has be-

come permanent and a national model for other communities. Mayor DeMaria and his administration established this time-saving bus lane to allow buses to make additional trips in order to reduce the frequent overcrowding that occurs on these routes. While similar bus lanes exist in other parts of the MBTA bus system, the Broadway example is the first one outside Boston. Mayor DeMaria stated, “I was happy to speak with Fox 25 on the continued success of the bus-only lane. Commuters have seen significantly reduced times while traveling to work and have strongly

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t’s a Merrier Christmas for the Crimson Tide Football Team and fans after they won the Div. One State Championship at Gillette last Saturday. Hey, it’s not easy for the kids, who had to practice five days a week after attending classes. A good majority of these football players are good student athletes who will attend universities like B.C., Penn State, Syracuse and Notre

Dame. After graduating, some enter the NFL, just like Dr. Omar Easy. Supt. Foresteire is proud of all the EHS student athletes. Honestly, I never doubted that the Crimson Tide Football Team would go undefeated and add another championship year to the Super Bowl billboard on the Parkway. The Tide never had so many talented high school players on one team with such speed and size. All season the kids worked hard, and they deserved the Super Bowl win on

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ayor Carlo DeMaria and the Everett Health Department will hold flu clinics on the following dates: Monday, December 11 from 1 p.m.-7 p.m., Thursday, December 14 from 1 p.m.-7 p.m., Monday, December 18 from 1 p.m.-7 p.m., Thursday, December 21 from 1 p.m.-7 p.m., and Thursday, December 28 from 1 p.m.-7 p.m. All of these clinics will be held in the Health Department at City Hall (484 Broadway, Rm. 20). These clinics are open to all Everett residents aged three and older and are free of charge. No appointment is necessary. It is required that you bring your Health Insurance and or/Medicare cards, as the Department is able to be reimbursed for administration of the vaccine. Please remember to wear a short-sleeve shirt. Children under age 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. The seasonal vaccine this year includes protection against the seasonal and H1N1 vaccine strains. At this clinic we are offering a traditional flu shot as well as the intradermal and highdose flu vaccine. The intradermal is an option for people aged 18 to 64. The high-dose flu vaccine is available for people aged 65 or older. For more information call the Flu Hotline at 617-394-2257, or if you are unable to make these times, please call the Public Health Nurse at 617-394-2314 to schedule an appointment.

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Everett Crimson Tide Pop Warner B team cheerleaders heading to Nationals

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MAYOR DEMARIA HOLDS COMMUNITY MEETING IN WARD 6

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n Monday, December 4th Mayor Carlo DeMaria held a community meeting at the Schiavo Club in Ward 6. At the request of City Councilor Michael McLaughlin, the Mayor welcomed over 100 residents to discuss issues of safety, streets, parks, and the future of Everett. Mayor DeMaria and Councilor McLaughlin wanted to provide residents with an opportunity to share their thoughts and help continue to shape the Everett community. Mayor DeMaria stated, “We wanted to provide an environment that would create dialogue regarding the needs and concerns of our residents and with the over 100 residents that attended we are off to a great to address all concerns.”

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PTH visits St. John the Evangelist Church in Winthrop for candlelight vigil against domestic violence P

ortal to Hope (PTH) celebrates 21 years of service to those falling victim to domestic violence. To commemorate November 25 as International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, a

candlelight vigil was held at St. John the Evangelist Church in Winthrop. Local residents along with Pastor Charles Bourke, PTH Executive Director Deborah Fallon, Sister Jane Iannaccone and others gathered to observe this

date. PTH was founded to help those suffering as victims of domestic violence, both men and women. PTH helps 900 people a year, finding a temporary shelter, new residence

or providing legal services to those in need. If you are in need of more in-

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CONGRATULATIONS

Mayor DeMaria, wife Stacy, Carlo III, Caroline & Alexandra

A great undefeated season, by a great team, great coach and staff, talented cheerleaders and a fabulous marching band. The city thanks all of you for bringing EHS pride to our city and its great school system.

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Xcellent Crimson Tide shows its true grit

Jason Maitre hoists the MIAA Div. 1 Super Bowl trophy for all to see on the shoulders of Junior wide receiver Mike Sainristil grabs the his teammate. football for a TD after a 38-yard interception.

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Senior wide receiver Isaiah Likely knocks down a Xaverian pass.

Superstar senior WR Anthony Norcia gets set to EHS Crimson Tide players and cheerleaders proudly display their MIAA Championship avoid a Xaverian defensive back. banner after the Tideâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 35-10 Div. 1 Super Bowl win over Xaverian at Gillette (Advocate photos by Dave Sokol) Stadium, Saturday, December 2.


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The Everett Police Enforcers Meet the Harlem Rockets of New York at EHS Gym (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)

We got the goods for you: Michelle and Morgan Hall, Anthony DiNuccio, Patrick Johnston, Anthony Hogan and David Butler.

Phunk Phenomenon

Matteo Graziano, Aaron Connor and Alex Correa. # 91 Glen Briley and # 59 Thomas Goyetche were worn on the EPD jersey in honor of the two lost over the last two years.

Tina Valenti

Phunk Phenomenon dancers were ready to perform.

Francesca Reed at the game

Jared Connor and his family

US Army strong; SFC Lee Emerson, Sgt. Clayton Stevens and SFC Jackie Ness


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The Everett Police Enforcers and members of the Police Union, including Ken Kelley, Eric Swindford, Charles Apponte, Jean Daniels, Eric Williamson, John Fitzpatrick, Stanley Chamberlain, Sean Bagley, Bobby Hall and Ricky Connors.

Speedy gives a lesson on ball spinning to Ray Blauvelt. Jose Stable on a dunk

A slam by Ken Holley

On the line, Charles Aponte

Halftime entertainment by Phunk Phenomenon

In the stripes, Jerry Navarro.

The Harlem Rockets; Joseph Caraballo, Junie Sanders, Kaseen Williams, Jose Stable, Ken Holley and James Williams.

Lots of dancing and basketball at the EHS Gym last Saturday night.


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Everett/Revere/Malden Youth Hockey Association Celebrate the 45th Hockey Exchange The Casa Lucia was ďŹ lled recently with young hockey players from Everett, Revere and Chambly, Quebec, Canada. It was the 45th meeting as the two hockey teams joined as friends and hockey opponents.

Shirley Temples all around, Charlie Govosdes, Sean Cochran, Zach Woods, Jonathan Patterson and Meghan Currie. President Gerry Visconti addresses the Everett/Revere hockey players.

Rachel Valois, Cooper Branzell, Ralph Valoi, Chase Branzell, Ollie Svendsen, Cameron Couto.

The Everett/Revere players at the Casa Lucia

Canadian Board, Daniel Goedike, Normand Rioux, Maxime Bazinet, Come Belisle, Marie-Pierre Gagne and Erika Waizmann.

The Canadians arrived at the Casa Lucia

Everett/ Revere Board Marc Woods, Carl Svenden, Gerry Visconti and Jamie Branzell; back row; Jennifer Guaetta, Kim Currie, Denise Papasodora, Nicole Branzell, Christine Trinidade, Cheryl McGrath, Christine Albano and Lisa Guelpa.

Justin Labrie and Jeronimo Cardona just off the bus from Canada.


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and the hospital’s capacity to prevent medication errors. The rigorous standards are defined in each year’s Top Hospital Methodology. “CHA Everett is a superb setting to train residents and health professional students, in part, because the direct faculty contact and ‘apprentice-style’ teaching,” commented Cambridge Health

Alliance Chief Academic Officer David Bor, MD. “We are particularly proud that Boston University PA students voted the Everett experience to be their best clinical experience! The hospital’s community spirit, unique patient population, and clinical excellence make for a winning setting to train the next generation of health profes-

sionals.” “We are proud to recognize CHA Everett Hospital as a 2017 Leapfrog Top Teaching Hospital. This demonstrates extraordinary dedication to patients and the local community. The entire staff and board deserve praise for putting quality first and achieving results,” said Leah Binder, president and CEO of Leap-

frog. To qualify for the Top Hospitals distinction, hospitals must submit a Leapfrog Hospital Survey. The selection of Top Hospitals 2017 is based on surveys from nearly 1,900 hospitals. To see the full list of institutions honored as 2017 Top Hospitals, visit www. leapfroggroup.org/tophospitals.

citizens’ group committed to drawing the Malden River back to vibrant, civic life through citizen engagement and input. “The City of Everett is appreciative of the advocacy and voice the Friends of the Malden River have provided in making the River more

accessible as a community amenity,” said Mayor De Maria. “The ongoing work along the River should benefit all members of the Everett community.” According to Karen Buck of FoMR, “Developers and communities along the Malden River need to know what vi-

sion local residents have for a revitalized and possibly cleaned up River.” A l l a r e i nv i t e d t o t h e monthly meeting of FoMR on December 11 at 6:30 p.m. at the Parlin Library’s lower level meeting room. The meeting will begin with the presentation from Wynn Design

& Development, which will be followed by a brief business meeting of FoMR. All are welcome to attend both the presentation and business meeting. For more information about the meeting or to learn more about FoMR, contact Karen Buck at friendsofthemaldenriver.@gmail.com.

School Committee vacancy that was ultimately filled by Marcony Almeida-Barros in November. Baniewicz, an Everett native, graduated from Everett High School in 1969 and was the president of his graduating class and co-captain of the football team. He attended Northeastern University on a

football scholarship, graduating with a degree in business management. He was nominated for National Little American All-American He was the beloved and devoted husband for over 40 years of the late Linda M. (Quartarone) Baniewicz, a former Everett Public Schools teacher. He was also the son of the late

Henry F. and Lillian Baniewicz and brother of Henry “Rookie” Baniewicz of Lynn, Dennis and his wife, Diane Baniewicz of S. Yarmouth and John Baniewicz; and he is survived by many nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews. Ser vices were held on Wednesday, December 6 at the Cafasso Funeral Home, and

a funeral was held on Thursday, December 7 at Immaculate Conception Church. He was interred at Woodlawn Cemetery in Everett. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Richard’s memory to the E Club of Everett (P. O. Box 490135, Everett, MA 02149) would be sincerely appreciated.

ly all of his former student-athletes; many have gone on to However, DiBiaso is already the upper echelons of college going out on top. The Crim- and even professional football. son Tide captured their 12th DiBiaso took over the Everett Super Bowl title last weekend, coaching gig in 1992. With him defeating Xaverian for the sec- at the helm, the Crimson Tide ond season in a row, 35-10, at have never had a losing seaGillette Stadium. And DiBia- son. They secured 18 Greater so reached another milestone Boston League titles (the GBL this season, earning his 300th is now part of the Northeast coaching win on September Conference) and, more im23 at St. John’s Prep. pressive, 12 Division 1 Super DiBiaso’s coaching record Bowl titles; DiBiaso’s teams are is 304-75-1 – a “Belichickian” also 10-5 in Super Bowl games. winning percentage just over Massachusetts football since 80 – and the third-best in Mas- the 1990s has, in many ways, sachusetts history. His résumé been defined by Everett’s sucincludes stops at Everett, St. cess. To put it in perspective, Patrick’s and Weston. DiBiaso is the Crimson Tide have been a pillar in the Everett commu- good longer than the New nity and well-liked by virtual- England Patriots have been

good. Time doesn’t distinguish between the level of play between the National Football League and high school. The operative word with DiBiaso, and by extension Everett football, is consistency. DiBiaso’s reputation proceeds him to his opponents

because his teams have been so dominant. DiBiaso’s name wasn’t one for the high school lunch rooms, because his players and his teams did all the talking. For this reason, Everett football has been the standard – the bar to surpass – for teams across Massachusetts.

Though DiBiaso is noncommittal on his football future, he does have a quick turnaround, as basketball season starts next week. In any event, his legacy – no matter what the future has in store – is tied almost exclusively to his time in Everett.

HOSPITAL | FROM PAGE 8 our communities. As a Harvard Medical School and Tufts University School of Medicine teaching affiliate, CHA trains the healthcare providers of tomorrow.” Performance across many areas of hospital care is considered in establishing the qualifications for the award

FRIENDS | FROM PAGE 5 Malden River. The presentation is at the invitation of Friends of the Malden River (FoMR) and Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria. The development along the Malden River is being closely monitored by FoMR – a

CITY MOURNS | FROM PAGE 1 Council and School Committee will convene to appoint a replacement to serve the full term Baniewicz was elected for only last month. The appointment will be the second of its kind this year, after Robert Carreiro’s sudden passing in October created a

EVERETT REIGN | FROM PAGE 1

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School Committee recognizes Everett High School Students of the Month

Everett High School (EHS) is pleased to announce its November Students of the Month. The recipients are chosen for their excellence and effort in various academic pursuits, and they were formally recognized at a recent School Committee meeting. Standing, from left: EHS Principal Erick Naumann, Zachary Sylvain LaMontagne (world languages) and Marcus Fonseca (social studies). Seated, from left: Ewaldine Fedna (health), Katherin Perez Bonilla (music), Michael Diorio (English) and Mildred Mervil (science).


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Financial Help for Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Dear Savvy Senior, Are there any financial assistance programs that can help grandparents who are raising their grandkids? I’m raising two grandchildren and could use some help. Struggling Grandma Dear Struggling, Money is often an issue for the millions of U.S. grandparents who are raising their grandchildren today. To help with the day-to-day expenses, there are a variety of government programs and tax benefits that can make a big difference in stretching your budget. Here’s where to look for help.

Financial Assistance Programs For starters, find out whether your family qualifies for your state’s Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program, which may include cash assistance, food stamps and free or low-cost daycare. Or, if your household income is too high to qualify as a family, ask about the “child-only grant” for just the grandchild’s support alone. Also, find out if your state offers any additional programs like guardianship subsidies, non-parent grants or kinship care. Contact your state TANF program (see ACF.HHS.gov/ofa for contact information), or call your county social services office for more information on these programs. You also need to find out if your grandkids are eligible for Social Security, including benefits for children, survivor benefits or SSI. You can find this out at your local Social Security office, or call 800772-1213 or visit SSA.gov. And finally, use BenefitsCheckUp.org, a comprehensive website that lets you search for additional financial assistance programs that you may be eligible for, such as lower energy bills, discounts on prescription medications and more.

Tax Benefits In addition to the financial assistance programs, there are also a number of tax benefits that may help you too like the Dependency Exemption, which allows you to deduct $4,050 in 2107 on each qualifying grandchild. There’s also the Earned Income Tax Credit or EITC which is avail-

able to those with moderate to low incomes, or the Child Tax Credit if you make too much money to qualify for the EITC. If you’re working, and are incurring childcare expenses in order to work, there’s a Child and Dependent Care Credit that can help. And, if you choose to legally adopt your grandkids, there’s an Adoption Credit that provides a federal tax credit of up to $13,570. There are even education-related tax credits that can help your grandkids go to college, like the American Opportunity Tax Credit or the Lifetime Learning Tax Credit. To learn more about these tax benefits call the IRS at 800-8291040, or visit IRS.gov. You can also call the IRS publication line at 800829-3676 and ask them to mail you the publications that further explain the aforementioned benefits. Ask for publications 501, 503, 596, 970, 972.

Health Insurance If your grandkids need health insurance, depending on your income level, you may be able to get free or low-cost health insurance through your state’s Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program. See InsureKidsNow.gov or call 877-543-7669 for more information.

Legal Aid You also need to talk to a family law attorney to discuss the pros and cons of obtaining legal guardianship, custody or adoption. Without some sort of legal custody, you may not be eligible for many of the previously listed financial assistance programs, and there can be problems with basic things like enrolling your grandkids in school, or giving a doctor permission to treat them. For help locating affordable or free legal assistance, visit www.FindLegalHelp.org, or call the Eldercare Locator at 800-677-1116 for referrals. For more information and resources see the Grandfamilies State Law and Policy Resource Center at GrandFamilies.org.

Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit SavvySenior. org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of “The Savvy Senior” book.

THE HOUSE AND SENATE. There were no roll call votes in the House or Senate last week. This week, Beacon Hill Roll Call reports local senators’ roll call attendance records for the 2017 session through December 1. The Senate has held 313 roll call votes so far in 2017. We tabulate the number of roll calls on which each senator was present and voting and then calculate that number as a percentage of the total roll call votes held. That percentage is the number referred to as the roll call attendance record. In the 39-member Senate, 24 senators (61.5 percent) have 100 percent roll call attendance records. The senator who missed the most roll calls is Sen. Mike Barrett (D-Lexington) who missed 37 roll calls, (88.2 percent attendance record). Rounding out the top five worst attendance records: Sens. Linda Dorcena Forry (D-Boston) who missed 25 roll calls, (91.7 percent attendance); Marc Pacheco (D-Taunton) who missed 10 roll calls, (96.8 percent attendance); Mike Rush (D-Boston) and Barbara L’Italien (D-Andover) who both missed 6 roll calls, (98.1 percent attendance). Beacon Hill Roll Call requested a statement from those five senators. Here are their responses. Barrett: “Due to my authorship of carbon pricing legislation (I truly authored it myself ) and my role as Senate Chair of the Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy, I was given official observer status at this year’s U.N. Conference on Climate Change in Bonn. This is the successor meeting to the now-famous Paris Climate Talks of 2015. Attendance meant I missed the last two days of the session, chockablock with near-unanimous veto overrides, but in return I met and worked with observers and delegates from other ‘subnational’ jurisdictions around the world. Given the mounting squirreliness of national leaders, coalitions of subnational leaders are increasingly important.” Forry: “On September 28, 2017, I was unable to be present for the entirety of the Senate’s full formal session where roll calls were held to override the governor’s vetoes to the fiscal year 2018 budget. The reason for this was a long-planned event taking place at the same time at Fenway Park. You may recall, this past Spring racial slurs were hurled at Adam Jones from the Baltimore Orioles by fans during a game in Boston. Since the incident, I’ve been working collaboratively with the Red Sox organization and Boston Chapter of the NAACP, along with the Celtics, Bruins, Patriots and Revolution teams to create the ‘Take the Lead’ Initiative. This important program works to educate the public and show racism and hate have no place in our commu-

nity. The launch of the initiative was held on the same day and time as the session.” Pacheco: “These votes took place within a 3-hour period on the night of October 26th. Senate members were told that session would end at 7:00 p.m. Unfortunately, that ended up being a drastic underestimation–the session lasted until 1:30 a.m. I had to leave the chamber around 7:30 p.m., as I had to catch a 9:15 p.m. flight for an out-of-state wedding. While I’m disappointed in the time crunch and unexpected delays of that night, these roll-calls occurred in the midst of a single 3-hour period, and my votes had no bearing on the enactment or rejection of the subject matter. I will be voting on the enactment stage of the process when the bill comes back to the Senate, and I look forward to doing so.” Rush: “On April 5th he was speaking at the Gold Star Wives Day at the Statehouse and missed [roll call] #10,” responded John Regan, Rush’s chief of staff. “He was overseas with the Navy for his 2-week drill from April 21st to May 4th and missed #11. On September 28th and November 9th we had a Veterans Committee hearing so he was back and forth so he missed #99, #100, #101 and #270.” L’Italien: “I was unfortunately unable to vote on six roll calls this session.” L’Italien went on to explain that there were several reasons for missing the six votes including the unexpected death of her mother on April 3; her service as a Massachusetts legislative delegate at the Government of Canada Rising State Leaders Tour; her attendance at the Women in Government Conference in Nevada; and her convening a mediation meeting between SEIU 509 and Class, Inc. to avert a large labor strike in the city of Lawrence. 2017 SENATORS’ ROLL CALL ATTENDANCE RECORD THROUGH DECEMBER 1 The percentage listed next to the senator’s name is the percentage of roll call votes for which the senator was present and voting. The number in parentheses represents the number of roll calls that the senator missed. Sen. Sal DiDomenico

99.7 percent (1)

HOW LONG WAS LAST WEEK’S SESSION? Beacon Hill Roll Call tracks the length of time that the House and Senate were in session each week. Many legislators say that legislative sessions are only one aspect of the Legislature’s job and that a lot of important work is done outside of the House and Senate chambers. They note that their jobs also involve committee work, research, constituent work and other matters that are important to their districts. Critics say that the Legislature does not meet regularly or long enough to debate and vote in public view on the thousands of pieces of legislation that have been filed. They note that the infrequency and brief length of sessions are misguided and lead to irresponsible late-night sessions and a mad rush to act on dozens of bills in the days immediately preceding the end of an annual session. During the week of November 27-December 1, the House met for a total of two hours and 46 minutes and the Senate met for a total of two hours and 34 minutes.

Mon. November 27 House 11:03 a.m. to 11:11 a.m. Senate 11:06 a.m. to 11:10 a.m. Tues. November 28 No House session No Senate session Wed. November 29 No House session No Senate session Thurs. November 30 House 11:05 a.m. to 1:43 p.m. Senate 11:23 a.m. to 1:53 p.m. Fri. December 1 No House session No Senate session Bob Katzen welcomes feedback at bob@beaconhillrollcall.com


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THE NUTRITIONIST CORNER By Anna Tourkakis NUTRITIONIST

Adopting Healthy Behaviors ANNA TOURKAKIS

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t can be difficult to identify if our lifestyle behaviors are healthy or unhealthy. Although smoking and heavy drinking have been established as harmful behaviors for our health, many other lifestyle actions are not so clear-cut. In that case it may be more effective to work on adopting a healthy behavior that you want to practice. Here are six pointers to get you started.

1. Reduce “friction costs” Behavioral Science experts advise that to increase success rate “friction costs” need to be reduced. That is, the more steps something requires the more frustrating we find it. The revers is true as well, the easier something is, the more likely we are to do it. So think about stream lining the process so that it’s easier to make healthy choices. 2. De-stress by giving up overcommitting Requests are usually for some time into the future – say a month from now; your calendar looks rather empty, so you say yes! But our future is not really free; the details are just not

filled in yet. So when you receive a request, imagine that you are fully booked that day or maybe you are out of town. If you feel sad, you should go ahead and accept the request, However, if you feel relieved that you can’t do it, turn it down. 3. Look for social support, if and when you need it Not everyone needs social support to change every habit, but the ones that are more social in nature (like going out to eat

with others) may require some negotiation and invitations for support from family members, friends and co-workers. 4. Use a complete plan Excessive weight gain, weight loss and weight maintenance are complex outcomes influenced by biology, individual

eating and behaviors, and family, social, community and environmental influences. For example, an environment that promotes overeating through media and easy access can sabotage the best efforts to maintain weight loss. The more comprehensive an effort can be, including eating and regular activity, the more effective it will be. 5. Keep kids healthy Parental modeling is critically important in forming a child’s eating and health habits. Children observe and want to emulate their parents, and parents are constantly, often unconsciously, sending important messages to their children about their eating behaviors. 6. Know what’s outside your control The behaviors that lead to obesity, such as poor eating patterns, inadequate physical activity, are complex. While in the end, individuals make choices about their behavior; these choices are influenced by many factors. Some of which are out of their control. These include genetic, environmental and policy factors. Reduce the ‘friction costs’ to adopt a healthy eating behavior. It’s much easier to reach for a healthy fruit snack than a bag of cookies if the fruit is already prepared.

Bring Eating From Within to your workplace! Contact me to learn more about my corporate wellness programs. Anna Tourkakis is a nutritionist, author and founder of Eating From Within Nutrition. She provides nutrition advisory services and healthy eating programs to companies and individuals to help clients manage health conditions and maintain healthy eating lifestyles. Anna can be reached at anna@eatingfromwithin.com T. 781 334-8752; www.eatingfromwithin.com

NON-QUALIFIED ANNUITIES OWNERSHIP AND ANNUITANT RULES By Joseph D. Cataldo

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ax-deferred annuities are tax-favored products. They allow someone to invest a certain sum of money and let it grow tax-deferred until such time as the owner wishes to withdraw money, at which such time the earnings will be taxed. Having an understanding about annuities is vitally important because what might sound to be simple at first glance can become somewhat complicated. There are plenty of traps for the unwary, especially when an owner or annuitant dies. Since annuities have evolved over time to take advantage of whatever the Internal Revenue Code will allow, having the ability to pick the right annuity and arranging the parties involved in a manner that makes the most sense for today and for the future really can at times be a daunting task. Tax-deferred annuities generally fall into two categories: 1) annuitant-driven and 2) owner-driven. Annuitant-driven annuities are those that contractually pay a death benefit when the annuitant dies. When the annuitant dies, the contract terminates and the death benefit, if any, is paid to the contract’s designated beneficiaries. It should also be noted that these types of contracts will also pay a death benefit when the owner dies because federal law mandates that a complete distribution occur within five years of the death of any owner of an annuity contract. The annuitant is the person whose measuring life is used by the insurance company in order to determine future annuity payments. Owner-driven annuities, on the other hand, are those that pay a death benefit “only” when the owner of the contract dies. In these contracts, when the annuitant dies, the owner simply designates a new annuitant. The contract goes on without skipping a beat. Keep in mind that regardless of what type of annuity you are dealing with, it is the owner who controls the policy itself. If the annuitant and owner are different, the annuitant has no ownership rights in the contract. It is important to understand the difference between the two types of tax-deferred annuity contracts. Once you understand the difference, you might be able to better select the annuity that is right for you. Do you

want a death benefit to be paid upon the annuitant’s death? Upon the owner’s death? You do have the right to choose. When the triggering life ends, a beneficiary will be named in the contract to receive the death benefit. Naming a beneficiary assures that the death benefit will not be paid to the decedent’s estate. If A owns a contract on B’s life and the contract is owner-driven, upon A’s death, the death benefit will be paid by the insurance company. If B is the beneficiary and also the surviving spouse, then B has the choice of continuing the annuity contract in B’s own name and continuing with the tax deferral of interest that has built up since the policy was purchased. If the annuitant (in this case B) happened to die, the owner in this case has the right to simply select a new annuitant and the contract continues. In an annuity-driven contract, you would want to make A the owner and also the beneficiary. If B the annuitant dies, the contract will be paid to A, the owner. Although A will not be able to continue the contract, he will be able to collect on the annuity policy (original purchase price plus accrued interest). The arrangement of owner, annuitant and beneficiary on any annuity contract does really matter. It requires considerable knowledge and expertise when the annuity is purchased as part of an estate plan/Medicaid plan/financial plan. Be sure to update the beneficiary designations for any annuity policy, life insurance policy, IRA account, 401(k) account, etc., that you might own in order that your intended beneficiaries receive the funds in the account upon your death. In some cases, a living trust is the current beneficiary as you might have had minor children at the time of purchase. If the children are now mature adults, it might be time to name them as direct beneficiaries as opposed to the trust itself.


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Mayor welcomes new brewing company to Everett O

n Thursday, November 30, Mayor Carlo DeMaria and First Lady Stacy DeMaria – along with City Councillors Michael McLaughlin and Wayne Matewsky, Chamber President David LaRovere and city employees – welcomed Down The Road Beer Company and its founder and head brewer, Donovan Bailey, to Everett. This new Everett business, which is located at 199 Ashland St., joins Bone Up Brewing Company, Night Shift Brewing and Short Path Distillery as an alcoholic beverage producer in town. Helmed by veteran brewer Donovan Bai-

ley, DTR Beer Co. is one of the fastest-growing breweries in the Greater Boston area. DTR recently finished construction on a state-of-the-art brewhouse and 300-person taproom, just blocks from the Wynn Boston Harbor site. Mayor DeMaria’s administration continues to work to market unique urban business areas. Everett’s other breweries and distillery have had high praise for the DeMaria administration for its continued commitment and dedication to their businesses. Owners of Nightshift, Short Path, and Bone Up Brewing explained

that the administration has been helpful and nurturing to their businesses. Mayor DeMaria has continuously emphasized that it’s not all about large-scale developments. Everett’s growth and success also depends on great operations like Down the Road. Mayor DeMaria stated, “The City of Everett is dedicated to working with the local business community while working along with the Chamber of Commerce to make a profitable economic climate for the businesses in Everett, and we welcome Down the Road to our team.”


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OBITUA R IE S Richard C. Baniewicz Current and longtime member of the Everett School Committee. Of Everett, unexpectedly, Dec. 2. Beloved and devoted husband of the late Linda M. (Quartarone) Baniewicz for over 40 years. Son of the late Henry F. and Lillian Baniewicz. Dear and devoted brother of Henry "Rookie" Baniewicz of Lynn, Dennis and his wife, Diane Baniewicz of S.Yarmouth and John Baniewicz. Richie is also survived many nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews. His funeral was held be from the Cafasso & Sons Funeral Home on Thursday, December 7, followed by a funeral Mass in the Immaculate Conception Church, Everett. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. In lieu of flowers, contributions, in Richard's memory, to the E Club of Everett, P. O. Box 490135, Everett, MA 02149, would be sincerely appreciated. Past Chairman and Vice-Chairman, Everett School Committee. Cafasso & Sons Funeral Home Everett 617.387.3120

Adrien B. Lussier Of Everett, passed away suddenly on November 25, 2017, at 46 years. Beloved Husband of Nancy Cianchetta. Loving son of Crystal Lussier and her companion Bill Cox, and Adrien R. Lussier and his wife Marie Lussier. Loving father of Jillian M. Lussier. Loving brother of Mary Engle, Michael and Michelle Lussier. Loving son in law of Marion Smith. Loving brother in law of Antoinette Cianchetta. He is also survived by many aunts, uncles, and cousins. Funeral was held at the JF Ward Funeral Home, Everett, on Saturday, December 2. Adrien graduated from MassBay College with a degree in science and was a Crew Chief, USCGM and the Captain of the hydrographic survey vessel, Keegan, for the US Army Corps of Engineers. He was a Freemason member of the Masonic Lodge Everett/Melrose. In lieu of flowers, donations in Adrienâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s name may be made to The Overlook MHS Foundation, Attn: Fund Development, 88 Masonic Home Rd., Charlton, MA 01507 or to the Shriners Hospital for Children, 51 Blossom St., Boston, MA 02114. For online guestbook please visit jfwardfuneralhome.com JF Ward Funeral Home (617) 387-3367

Hugh F. McCauley Of Saugus, formerly of Everett, Dec. 1. Loving husband of Patricia A. (White). Beloved father of Cynthia McLaughlin & her husband Stephen of Tewksbury, Scott McCauley & his wife Jennifer of Winthrop. Cherished grandfather of Nicholas & Matthew. Dear brother of Emily Ferraro of Saugus. Also survived by many nieces, nephews & cousins. Funeral was held from the Bisbee-Porcella Funeral Home on Thursday, December 7, followed by a Funeral Mass in Blessed Sacrament Church, Saugus. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to the American Lung Assoc. at lung.org. Late U.S. Air Force veteran. For condolences www.BisbeePorcella.com.

Maria â&#x20AC;&#x153;Graceâ&#x20AC;? (Mattuchio) Mitchell Of Everett, entered into rest on November 29, at home surrounded by her loving and caring family. Beloved wife of Jim Mitchell. Devoted mother of Christine Robinson and her husband Philip of Tewksbury and Jim Mitchell Jr. and his wife Carrie of Merrimack, NH. Loving grandmother to Eric and Logan Singleton, Jake, Brett and Maris Mitchell. Sister of Lou Mattuchio and his wife Jean, John Mattucchio and his wife Leslie, Bob Mattuchio and his wife Haysha and Kay McKinley and her husband Joe. Loving sister-in-law to Carol Robinson and her husband Rob, Joe Mitchell and Niece to George Mitchell. She was preceded by her parents Louis and Josephine Mattuchio, sister Jo-Ann Summa, sister-in-law Carole Mattuchio and her cherished pet Patches. Grace loved her family and enjoyed many happy times at her summer home at Sunset Park. She was always ready to travel with her favorite destinations being Foxwoods and Las Vegas. She will be missed by many and forgotten by none. Funeral was held from the Salvatore Rocco & Sons Funeral Home, Everett, on Tuesday, December 5. Funeral Mass in St. Anthony Church, Everett. Interment at Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. Donations in Graceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s memory may be made to St. Jude Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Research Hospital, PO Box 1893, Memphis, TN 38101-9950. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Make sure you call me when you get homeâ&#x20AC;?â&#x20AC;&#x201C;Mom. For more info., please call 1-877-71-Rocco

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KOUTOUJIAN | FROM PAGE 4 “We’re excited to be working with Sheriff Koutoujian, Special Sheriff [Shawn] Jenkins, and the team at the Middlesex Jail & House of Corrections as they reimagine their approach to working with incarcerated young adults,” said Alexandra Frank, Senior Program Associate at the Vera Institute of Justice. “This project goes beyond simply im-

proving living conditions for young people, and seeks to transform facility culture for everyone who lives and works in their facility. By providing meaningful opportunities for young adults to be successful and investing in their potential, supporting and reimagining the role of staff, Middlesex Jail & House of Corrections is transforming the current correctional culture to promote equity, accountability, resto-

ration, and healing – a goal we should all applaud.” The focus on young adults is not new at the Middlesex Jail & House of Correction. Since 2012, members of UTEC’s Streetworker program have been a constant presence at the facility, meeting with young adults preparing to return home to the Greater Lowell area. “Thanks to the leadership of Sheriff Koutoujian, we are ex-

cited about the opportunity to bring more of UTEC’s services behind the walls as part of the new young adult unit,” said Gregg Croteau, UTEC’s executive director. “Building upon our existing collaboration, this unit will enable UTEC to integrate more of our education, job training, and even counseling services. Connecting with young adults before release helps us all improve their opportunities for success, and ultimately reduce recidivism, when they return to the community.” In preparation for the young adult unit’s opening, the MSO, Vera and UTEC are undertaking an exhaustive planning

and implementation process, which has already included data collection, collaborative onsite research, and visits to the Cheshire Correctional Institution. Over the coming months, staff members selected to work in the unit will undergo specialized training, a process will be established to identify and screen participants, and a finalized design for the unit will be completed. “I want to thank Vera and UTEC for working with us on this initiative and all our staff members who have lent their voices and experience to this process,” said Sheriff Koutoujian. “With this effort we are

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13.11.2017

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Everett

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Everett

MA

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26 Shirley St

Everett

MA

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Lainey RT

177 Elm St

Everett

MA

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16.11.2017

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Douglas I. McCormack Of Malden, formerly of Everett, Nov. 26, 2017. Beloved husband of Eva R. (DiMassino) McCormack. Loving father of Maryrose Lloyd & her husband Dan, Douglas McCormack Jr. & his wife Chris, Dennis McCormack, Michael McCormack & his wife Lily, Joe McCormack & his wife Kathy, Eva Davis & her husband Ron, Patty Griffin & her late husband Martin, Lisa McIntosh & her husband Don, & Annie Banks & her husband Rick. Doug was the brother of Connie Lewis & his wife Kate, & the late Earle, Genevieve, Charles, Arnie, & Helen McCormick, Bill Lewis & his wife Claire, Peg Simard & her husband Joseph, Jim Lewis & his wife Elsie, Virginia Guazzaloca & her husband Bill, Mary White & her husband Robert, & Jeanne Taylor & her husband Jack. He is also survived by sixteen amazing grandchildren & six great grandchildren. A Mass of Christian Burial was held in the Immaculate Conception Church, Everett on Thursday,

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