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he City Council unanimously approved a proposal by Mayor Carlo DeMaria on Monday night to apply the entirety of Wynn Boston Harborâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s $12.5 million payment to the city towards reducing next yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tax rate. However, the vote is only an initial authorization; the matter will have to be discussed in greater depth when the council discusses setting the tax rate at their next meeting. The mayor made a similar move last year, when he successfully applied the entirety of a $5 million payment from Wynn towards the tax rate. â&#x20AC;&#x153;As you know, the city of Everett is undergoing a transformational period of growth and redevelopment,â&#x20AC;? wrote the mayor in a communication to the council. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are experiencing tremendous jumps in property values, at a percentage rate amongst the highest in the state. In particular, I am so pleased that our homeowners are seeing this type of increase in value â&#x20AC;&#x201C; for many of us, our home is our primary investment. At the same time, I am sensitive to the corresponding increase in property tax that comes with an in-

crease in home value. I particularly recognize the need to mitigate the tax burden on homeowners now so that the people of this city, many of whom have lived here for decades and raised families here, can stay in their homes and continue their investment in our neighborhoods and civic life.â&#x20AC;? Councillors praised the mayorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s move, calling it a sign of things to come in the city. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This is such great news for our community,â&#x20AC;? said Councillor-at-Large Wayne Matewsky. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Development is paying off for the taxpayers, the homeowners and the business community. Now we have quality businesses coming here. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a new future for our community. The payment was a part of Wynnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Host Community Agreement with the city. Under that compact, Wynn is expected to give another $12.5 million to the city in 2018. When the casino opens in 2019, $32 million in Payment In Lieu of Taxes will begin coming to the city, a rate which will increase by 2 percent annually. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Let me be clear: these next two fiscal years represent a

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Mayor DeMaria announced the hiring of Dennis Doris as the Program Coordinator for the “Roadmap to Recovery” program. Doris, in his primary role, serves as a Recovery Coach seeking referrals from the Everett Police Department’s Special Criminal Investigation Unit, in addition to referrals from other departments and residents looking for direction in breaking away from narcotics addiction. These referrals will offer help to individuals seeking treatment. Dennis Doris will be available for consultation at the Shute Library on Thursdays from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and on Tuesdays from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Consultations and the Roadmaps to Recovery are free. He can also be called at 978-9992050 or emailed at dennisamericorps@paariusa.org. Police Chief Steven Mazzie said: “We hope to tap into the relationships that our officers have developed over the long haul and try to connect those that need help with people like Dennis, so that they can start talking about recovery. Our work in building trust for years now should make it clear we want to help people, and this is another example why they

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Almeida-Barros appointed to Ward 5 School Committee seat

Shown, from left to right, are Councillors Wayne Matewsky, John Hanlon, and Fred Capone, State Senator Sal DiDomenico, Councillors Stephen Simonelli, Peter Napolitano, and John Leo McKinnon, City Clerk Sergio Cornelio, Council President Anthony DiPierro, School Committee members Thomas Abruzzese, Marcony Almeida-Barros, and Lester MacLaughlin, Councillor Rosa DiFlorio, Superintendent Fred Foresteire, Councillor Cynthia Sarnie, School Committee members David Ela, Beradino D’Onofrio, and Allen Panarese, Councillor Richard Dell Isola, and School Committee members Joseph LaMonica and Frank Parker.

By Brendan Clogston

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n a joint meeting of the City Council and School Committee on Monday night, Marcony Almeida-Barros was appointed in an overwhelming vote to fill the Ward 5 School Committee seat left vacant by the passing of its former occupant and longtime public servant Robert Carreiro in October.

and received some support at the joint meeting. Almedia-Barros was officially nominated at the meeting by Ward 5 Councillor Rosa DiFlorio. “We can sit at my kitchen table for hours and disagree on everything, and always leave with a hug and a kiss,” said DiFlorio of Almeida-Barros. “He will do a great job in the schools with the children

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Committee Member Frank Parker, who said that Almedia-Barros would have great

because that’s what they need; they need someone that’s going to work tirelessly with the [other members of the] school committee to get things done.” DiFlorio called the nomination “bittersweet, because Robert Carreiro was our friend. He was a peacemaker. He was great to all of us, and we dearly miss him.” Almeida-Barros’s nomination was seconded by School

and Ward 6 School Committee Member Thomas Abruzzese. Almeida-Barros, who works as the Director of Community Engagement for Attorney General Maura Healey, called it his “greatest honor” to serve on the committee, and he praised his predecessor Carreiro as a man who “severed with honor” throughout his life and was a “true role model” in whose example as a “peacemaker” he hopes to follow. “When I first moved to Everett 20 years ago, it struck me how much pride there is in this city, how welcoming

ALMEIDA-BARROS | SEE PAGE 28

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Marcony Almeida-Barros is sworn-in as Ward 5 School Committee member by City Clerk Sergio Cornelio. (Advocate photos)

Almeida-Barros staged a last minute write-in campaign to fill the seat and enjoyed the support of a number of ward 5 officials. On Election Day though, Carreiro himself, the only person on the ballot, received the most votes, Almeida-Barros received the most write-in votes, with 459. Another write-in candidate, Donald Concannon, received 250 write-in votes on Election Day

“chemistry” with the board. The decision was not unanimous. School Committee Member at-Large Lester McLaughlin nominated Donald Concannon for the position, saying that he’s “had many years of service to the Everett Public Schools. He’s always been one of the best and a real go-to guy in the School Department.” Ward 2 Councillor Stephen Simonelli seconded the nomination, calling him “a friend.” When the vote was called; however, all voted for Almedia-Barros with the exception of School Committee Member McLaughlin, Simonelli

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City Council creates Immigrant Dialogue Committee Will send letter urging congressional delegation to act on DACA & TPS By Brendan Clogston

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~ Op-Ed ~

Thank you to my family, the residents of Everett, and all the volunteers By Mayor Carlo DeMaria

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want to thank the voters of Everett for re-electing me Mayor last week. I want to take this opportunity to thank my wife for allowing me this wonderful opportunity to serve as Mayor of the City of Everett. This job tends to be very hard on my wife and kids due to its extreme demands and of lately the high “profile” position it has become since the Wynn project. It takes a special woman to stand by her husband in not just all the good times, but also the more trying times. I thank Stacy and our three children for their patience and understanding and love throughout! I also want to give my deepest thanks to all of the volunteers who worked so hard for this campaign. Your time and commitment has been amazing and you all mean the world to me. And to the voters of Everett and the 74% that casted a vote for me I am honored and humbled that you once again have placed your trust in me for another four years. My administration and I will continue to work tirelessly on your behalf to help address challenges, and secure lasting and meaningful improvements to your quality of life. We will continue to move ahead with so many projects at an aggressive pace for the next 10 years, because I am not yet satisfied. I want to grow businesses in Everett and attract new ones, perhaps in advanced manufacturing. Looking to the future, I envision incubator space and start-ups in Everett Square to foster the ambitions of creative and entrepreneurial residents right here. I look for Everett to become a destination

city for visitors from abroad, visitors from across the country, and visitors from cities next door. We have before us the opportunity of a lifetime, the opportunity to transform in a short period of time into a vibrant, healthy, and sustainable city that will serve as a national model of urban revitalization. We will build a city where prosperity can be achieved by all of our residents, where hard work will pave the way to a secure economic future for a person and his or her family.

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Wynn Resorts and Scholar Athletes announce partnership with Everett High School

Wynn Boston Harbor President Robert DeSalvio (center) joins Mayor Carlo DeMaria (left) and Scholar Athletes’ founder, Suffolk Construction Chairman/CEO John Fish (right), in cutting the ribbon for the Wynn Zone at Everett High School.

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e p re s e n t a t i ve s f ro m Wynn Boston Harbor joined today with Scholar Athletes to announce the expansion of the flagship program to Everett High School. Scholar Athletes strives to im-

prove academic achievement through athletics. Now Everett becomes the third school district in Massachusetts served by Scholar Athletes. Scholar Athletes is the only nonprofit organization with

dedicated classroom space known as Zones, which are staffed by trained full-time Scholar Athletes mentors and academic coaches. In the Zones, students are supported with academic tutoring,

health and wellness education, and college and career planning. Wynn Boston Harbor is adopting and funding the Everett High School Zone. Scholar Athletes has created new athletic opportunities

through 55 intramural sport programs. From an academic standpoint, Zone members have achieved a 95% graduation rate with most continuing their education past high school, a 172-point increase on SAT scores, and more than 120 college scholarships totaling $4.2 million. “It’s amazing to think how many young lives this innovative program will touch and how many futures it will help to mold,” said Wynn Boston Harbor President Robert DeSalvio. “Our cities and towns are filled with good and talented kids who just need some guidance and support. The Scholar Athletes Zone is the place where they get the mentoring and attention they need at a time when they most need it.” “Everett is fortunate to have quality partners like Scholar Athletes in our schools,” said Mayor Carlo DeMaria. “Our students are the pride of Everett, and we are thrilled that they now have this additional resource to support their ac-

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thank Michael Bono of Bono Inc. for providing the crane and truck to transport the massive tree.” City Services employees skillfully removed the tree from Newton Street and then set it up in its new home in Everett Square. The majestic tree is the perfect decoration for our City’s center this holiday season.


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City of Everett appoints three new police officers DeMaria Administration committed to productive recruitment and selection procedures

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abello of St. Anthony’s School spoke of his fears for his parents, immigrants from El Salvador who work as custodians at Harvard. “The current situation in El Salvador is very dangerous,” he said. “It has worsened in the past few years. The same goes for many others that are underdeveloped. Someone that is very close to me and my family was unfortunately shot by gang

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who have lost their DACA designation are served by La Comunidad, and over 450 people have lost their TPS designation. “The situation in these countries has not changed overnight. TPS has existed for 30 years, and it has been renewed by the Obama administration, by the Bush administration, by the Clinton administration, with bipartisan support. It is not that the situation in these countries suddenly got better,” said Rótolo. “It’s very important for them to see their local leaders stand up, take a stand and say that‘We will protect you to the best of our ability. We may not be able to control what the federal government does, but at the very least, our police will not collaborate with ICE if asked, when people have lost TPS status or DACA,’ and we are also asking for you to consider a special meeting to discuss these issues more in depth with community members.” State Senator Sal DiDomenico approached the mike to voice his “steadfast support.” He said, “What these families are going through right now we should never have to go through – the fear of having your family be broken up, the fear of not knowing what you’re going to be doing tomorrow, the fear of having someone knock on your door, the fear of being told that you can no longer stay in a community that you know, you’ve been raised in, you work in, you’ve established yourself in. And going back to a situation that’s not only dangerous, but you’re risking your life. … It’s got to be addressed. These families can no longer live in fear. It’s affecting the children of our community, the seniors of our community, people that know no other life but their life here in the city of Everett. DiDomenico stated that he is traveling to Washington, D.C., with members of the state delegation to speak with the Secretary of State and convey that “Massachusetts supports TPS and DACA.” “This is the right thing to do for the families in our community,” said DiDomenico. Police Chief Steve Mazzie, who initially signed the speaking list for a different issue, also commented on the matter, urging the council to press the city’s U.S. Congress delegation to address the matter. “This TPS/DACA issue is something that has some pretty strong consequences for people here in terms of driver’s licenses being nonrenewable or work papers pulled, which could cause us some problems,” said Mazzie. “I would strongly encourage the body to at least engage the Congress to work towards a solution for this. It’s an issue for Washington, but we feel the effects of it very strongly at the local level.”


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EVERETT CRIMSON TIDE AT

FENWAY PARK! The Night Before Thanksgiving

EVERETT HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR CAPTAINS — From left: Anthony Norcia, Joshua Miller, Jacob Miller, Helber Fagundes, Jason Maitre, and Duane Binns.

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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE–Friday, November 17, 2017

City of Everett honors those who served

Superintendent of School Frederick F. Foresteire and Mayor Carlo DeMaria

Bishop Robert G. Brown

US Army Brigadier General Paul Landry

School Committee Member Frank Parker, Mayor’s Chief of Staff Kevin O’Donnell, Ronald Senna, and State Rep Joe McGonagle

Stan Ruggiero, Charlie Savage, and John L Egan

Tom Ardita, Robert Landry, and Larry Scott

Rick andDevin Lapointe


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Shown, from left to right, are (top row) Superintendent of School Frederick Foresteire, Senator Sal DiDomenico, Mayor Carlo DeMaria, Veterans Commissioner Jeanne Cristiano, Captain John Cristiano, US Army Brigadier General Paul Landry, Bishop Robert Brown, State Rep Joe McGonagle, (bottom row) Ward 1 Councilor Fred Capone, Ward 6 Councilor Michael McLaughlin, School Committee member Frank Parker, Ward 5 Councilor Rosa DiFlorio, Councilor-at-Large Richard Dell Isola, Jr., Council President Anthony DiPierro, and Ward 2 Councilor Stephen Simonelli.

Nicolas and John Skane

Veterans Commissioner Jeanne M. Cristiano

Richard Doherty and Richard Horgan

Mayor Carlo DeMaria, Henry Rocco, Councilor Ward 3 President Anthony DiPierro, Stephen Rocco

Robert Landry with US Army Brigadier General Paul Landry

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Butch and Joanne Graziosi

The Everett High School Band performs at the City of Everett’s Annual Veterans’ Day Ceremony. (Advocate photos by Ross Scabin)


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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE–Friday, November 17, 2017

Sober Shuttle brings hope to those in recovery T

he Sober Shuttle was founded by Jim Booker in June of 2009. He had the vision that if better supports were available to individuals wishing to enter and remain in recovery from alcohol and other substances, well then he could quite possibly make a difference. In his own battle with sustaining recovery it was support from the street to detox, from detox to a holding (Transitional Support Services – TSS) and from a holding to a halfway house that was missing. It has long been considered that left to their own devices active alcoholics and addicts will quickly return to what they know – active addiction – if good supports are not available. So Booker set out to gather members from Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Narcot-

ics Anonymous (NA), Cocaine Anonymous (CA), Gamblers Anonymous (GA), Overeaters Anonymous (OA) and even AlAnon to inquire on what supports were missing in their attempts at recovery. The result back in 2009 was that a group of individuals with addictive behaviors from all these selfhelp groups would gather for speaking engagements at detox, rehabs, holdings and shelters throughout the Greater Boston area. These commitments were not like the average AA and NA commitments where speakers would tell their stories of what it was like, what happened and what it is like now. The Sober Shuttle members would go on these speaking engagements with business cards and offer out their phone numbers in

Sober Shuttle founder Jim Booker

an attempt to bring hope to those trying to recover. The Sober Shuttle asked patients or clients to call the Shuttle before getting out of the treatment program, and said that one of the Sober Shuttle members would pick them up and

bring them to their next stage of recovery. This was the support that had been missing. These cards worked and the message was being received. Individuals were calling and rides were being offered. These individuals were

now offered a new brand of sustained recovery, and the Sober Shuttle began to flourish. Members totaled 40 to 50 with 22 to 24 speaking engagements being done per month. In 2012 Booker returned to school to achieve an MS in Human Services in order to widen the scope of assistance. Although the service work of the Sober Shuttle was not so prominent, it still remained active with the mental health population – doing Christmas parties and offering other minor services throughout the year. When Booker graduated with his MS in Human Services in May of 2017, unfulfillment was once again felt. He spoke of this dilemma with his wife, Linda, and it was at this time that the Sober Shuttle would once again offer recovery supports to those in need. Jim and Linda applied for their EIN number with the state and became incorporated. They ordered brochures and new business cards and opened a website at sobershuttle535.com. Services are no longer limited to offering rides or to speaking engagements. Additional resources and services include a strong list of available treatment programs with specifics, such as insurance, populations of interest, program length and guidelines to help with placement, clothing and food assistance and the retrieval of personal items delivered to the treatment facility. The Sober Shuttle has met with the Everett Fire Department, the Malden Drug Court and the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office. The Sober Shuttle has contacted 52 school districts and offered their support to the many counselors in the school systems. Jim has been invited to speak at the Kiwanis Club’s November 2017 meeting at Everett High School, and just recently he was invited to speak to the Woburn District Court Probation Department in December 2017. This is just the beginning with more partnerships planned for the near future. The Sober Shuttle welcomes comments on its website, and it values servicing those in need. Please consider logging on to sobershuttle535.com and inquiring about how the Sober Shuttle could help you. In addition, please remember that the Sober Shuttle Inc. is nonprofit and primarily depends on memberships and donations in order to continue its great service.


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ADVISORY COUNCIL HOLDS AN AFTERNOON OF

Practice Interviews FOR EVERETT HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS Jonte Joseph and Heidi Friedstein.

Mayor Carlo DeMaria and Katelyn Guglielmi. Michele Capone, Fred Capone and World Languages Coordinator Andrea Tringali.

Everett High Vice Principal Chris Barrett, Principal Erick Naumann and Everett 7VSPJL6ɉJLY*HZZPK`

Kathleen O’Brien and Kiara Solis.

Chief Steven Mazzie and Andrea Tringali.

Chris Chase, Ann Ritchie, and Mary Puleo. Lorena Sanchez and Tom Baker.

Michael Napoli and Samantha Lambert. Janel Granum and Billy Lebrun.

Crystel Fortunat and Ann Fitzgerald.

City Councilor Anthony DiPierro, Dolores Lattanzi and City Clerk Sergio Cornelio.

Fred Cafasso Jr and Bergeline Francois.

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Everett Police Chief Steven Mazzie and Keny Sanchez

Paulette Goodreau and Marianna Rosario.

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Richard Alberti, Stanley Chamblain, and Robert Richman

Fire Chief Tony Carli and Frank Small.

Rita Eliseo, Joan Fioretino and Terry Williams.

Jorjor Jobateh and Margaret Penny.

Robert Richman, Chief Steven Mazzie and Robert Tringali.

Aureus Humboldt, Richard Alberti, Mayor Carlo DeMaria, Peter Cocciardi, and Joseph Warrino.

Widman Laterion and Frank Small.


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THE EVERETT ADVOCATEâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;Friday, November 17, 2017

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THE EVERETT ADVOCATEâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;Friday, November 17, 2017

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Head Coach Brendan Hahesy, Brendan Calderon, Benjamin Cvitkvsic, Aiman Salih, Gregory Nguyen, Terrell Redwood, and Jason Cardinale.

David Ela (left) presents the MASC Legislator of the Year Award to Senator Sal DiDomenico.

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tate Senator Sal DiDomenico (right), a vocal advocate for children and families and an ardent champion of public education, has been named the 2017 Legislator of the Year by the Massachusetts Association of School Committees. He was presented with the award at the most recent Everett School Committee meeting. David Ela had the honor of introducing the senator, whose two sons are currently enrolled in the Everett Public Schools. Senator DiDomenico has been a leader in promoting legislation focusing on education, and childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s health and human services. Last year he spearheaded the Senateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Kids First initiative, which is focused on identifying best practices and innovative ideas for investing in and supporting children across the Commonwealth. Most recently, in his role as Vice Chair of Senate Ways & Means, he has worked to secure additional funding for schools that have been negatively impacted by the change in the way the state counts low income students and is continuing to work to broker a long-term solution to this issue. Senator DiDomenico has been an enthusiastic supporter of the Everett Public Schoolsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; music program and the Culinary Arts Department at Everett High School, creating many opportunities for students to showcase their skills in different VHWWLQJVLQFOXGLQJDWRIÂżFLDO6WDWH+RXVHHYHQWV In addressing the School Committee,, Senator DiDomenico praised the achievements of the Everett Public Schools in academics, the arts and athletics. He stated the reason why this occurs is due to the cooperative efforts of Superintendent Foresteire, his administrative team, the Everett School Committee and the Everett City government lead by Mayor DeMaria. He then praised the hard work of the students and the support they receive from their respective families.

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Tide football heading back to Super Bowl By Julian Cardillo

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he Everett High football team is headed back to Gillette Stadium to play in the Super Bowl. Everett defeated top-seeded Central Catholic, 37-29 on Saturday in the Division 1 north final to secure a spot in the state final. Their opponent – like last year – is Xaverian, whom the Crimson Tide defeated easily in Week 1 of the regular season. The Crimson Tide stayed undefeated enroute to the Super Bowl, overwhelming Central on Saturday by scoring 21 unanswered first quarter points. Everett took a 34-6 lead into halftime, which truly bolstered their eventual victory. It also provided a nice cushion. Central rallied for a comeback – scoring 23 fourth quarter points – but their attempt at a late rally sell just short. “We made plays in the first two quarters,” Everett head coach John DiBiaso told reporters. “I thought we played well defensively, we played well on special teams. Offensively, we moved the ball through the air. We had some matchups and we capitalized.” Crimson Tide quarterback Jake Willcox continued his sterling season. For someone who has only been a regular starter this season, he’s been remarkable. But he’s also heaped praise on his breadth of passing options. Willcox was 18 for 28 in the air with 304 yards and four touchdowns. Two of the touchdowns went to Isaiah Likely, who caught six passes and had 75 yards. Anthony Norcia caught a touchdown pass long with six other passes for 126 yards. Everett quarterback Jake Willcox completed 18-of-28 passes for 304 yards and four touchdowns. Two of those TDs went to Isaiah Likely (six receptions, 75 yards). Anthony Norcia caught seven passes for 126 yards and a score. Kevin Brown and Mike Sainristil also had scores. “They’re all studs,” Willcox said of his multi-faceted attacking options. “I have the best receivers in the state, definitely, by far. Everett has been Xaveri-

The EHS Crimson Tide football senior captains display the Division 1 North Championship trophy after beating Central Catholic on Saturday in Lawrence. Shown, from left to right, are Jacob Miller, Helber Fagundes, Duane Binns, Anthony Norcia, Jason Maitre, and Josh Miller. (Advocate photo by Dave Sokol)

an twice in a row – doing it a third consecutive time in the Super Bowl at Gillette Stadium on December 2 will be challenging. But DiBiaso, who has over 300 high school football wins and 11 Super Bowl titles under his belt, seems like the right person to lead the Tide

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And away we go...

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EHS Super Team to Super Bowl Crowned Division 1 champs with win over Central Catholic

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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE–Friday, November 17, 2017

Mayor visits with Sergeant Trufant on Veterans Day O

n Saturday, November 11 – Veterans Day – Mayor Carlo DeMaria made a special visit to the house of 96-year-old Sergeant Ralph Trufant, who was unable to attend this year’s Veterans Day ceremony. Mayor DeMaria was joined by retired Sgt. Major of the Army National Guard Tom Ardita, Army Captain John Cristiano, retired Brigadier General Paul Landry and Marine Veteran Robert Landry. Mayor DeMaria stated, “Sergeant Trufant was an engaging host. It was humbling to be in such company on this most important day. You serve us all, you make us proud, and we can never thank you enough.”

HIGH SCHOOL | FROM PAGE 6 ademic and athletic pursuits.” “Scholar Athletes leverages the proven link between young people’s success on the playing fields and their success in the classroom, and in life,” said Scholar Athletes’ founder, Suffolk Construction Chairman/CEO John Fish. “The expansion of our successful and innovative Scholar Athletes program into Everett represents our commitment to broadening our reach into our inner-city communities and demonstrates how the power of partnerships can impact real lives and create real opportunities for our future leaders.” “Scholar Athletes is thrilled to be in Everett, a community with a true commitment to academic excellence,” said Scholar Athletes Executive Director Daphne Griffin. “Our program opens doors for our students, known as Zone members, and creates new opportunities for them to excel in the classroom, on the court or field and in life post-high school. Bringing this opportunity to Everett is very exciting for our team.” “O u r s c h o o l co m m u n i ty is made stronger by the quality of our school partners,” said Superintendent of Schools Frederick Foresteire. “Scholar Athletes will be a point of pride for Everett High School and our students and is a valued partner in our mission of academic excellence for all.” In addition to Everett, Scholar Athletes currently supports more than 5,000 students in Boston Public Schools and Springfield Public Schools in 23 separate Zones. Scholar Athletes was founded in partnership with the City of Boston and Boston Public Schools in 2009. In 2014 the program expanded to Springfield. Now Scholar Athletes proudly serves more than 5,000 students in Boston, Springfield and Everett.


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THE NUTRITIONIST CORNER By Anna Tourkakis NUTRITIONIST

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hanksgiving Day is probably the most beloved holiday of the year. We all buy into the messages of the advertising world of the perfect turkey or dessert or how to wow your guests this season. Yet as we imagine this perfect Thanks-

es that make up the food you eat over time. Indulging in a rich dessert or buttery mashed potatoes at one meal would not have much of on impact on your weight. Actually, one Thanksgiving meal most likely will have little impact on your overall health. Poor eating habits over time on the other hand can be problematic.

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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE–Friday, November 17, 2017 the cost of an admission, procedure or service prior to the event. The amendment would replace a section that gives the hospital and providers two working days after the request to give patients the information. Amendment supporters said this gives more power to patients to make informed choices. Amendment opponents said the amendment goes too far and noted that some hospitals and providers might not be able to get the information so quickly. (A “Yes” vote is for providing the information prior to the admission, procedure or service. A “No” vote is for allowing two working days to get the information.) Sen. Sal DiDomenico

THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Hill Roll Call records local representatives’ and senators’ votes on roll calls from the week of November 6-10. PARKING FOR VETERANS (H 2763) House 156-0, approved and sent to the Senate a bill requiring all cities and towns to designate a parking space, for veterans only parking, during regular business hours at the city or town hall. The city or town would also erect and maintain a sign designating the space as follows: “Veteran parking only. This space is reserved for those who have served.” Supporters said this is a small but important way to honor all the veterans who have served this nation. (A “Yes” vote is for the bill.) Rep. Joseph McGonagle

Yes

CHECKOFF ON TAX RETURN FOR VETERANS (H 1948) House 155-0, approved and sent to the Senate a bill allowing cities and towns to designate a check-off box on municipal tax bills or motor vehicle excise tax bills on which taxpayers can make a voluntary contribution to a new Veterans Memorial and Patriotic Celebration Fund. The money from the fund would be used by local communities for the restoration of monuments and other activities that honor the contributions and sacrifices of veterans living there. The donation would be paid in addition to the tax owed. Supporters said this voluntary donation would go to local projects that will honor veterans. They noted that this is not unprecedented because state tax forms currently have a checkoff option for donations. In 2016, the funds went to groups including Mass. Military Family Relief $237,922; Homeless Animal Prevention and Care $336,077; Endangered Wildlife Conservation $186,305; Organ Transplant $108,363; Massachusetts AIDS $89,804; and Massachusetts U.S. Olympics $40,562. (A “Yes” vote is for the bill.) Rep. Joseph McGonagle

Yes

FREE CONTRACEPTION (H 4009) House 140-16, approved and sent to the Senate a bill designed to ensure free access to FDA-approved methods of birth control for women in Massachusetts. The measure allows women to get a 12-month supply of a contraceptive of their choosing after an initial 3-month prescription and mandates coverage of emergency contraception at pharmacies without a copayment or a new prescription. The proposal was filed in response to President Trump’s executive order that exempts a wide range of employers from the requirement that they offer birth control to their employees without co-pays or deductibles. The bill exempts church or qualified church-controlled organizations who would be allowed to opt out of the requirement. A Center for Health Information and Analysis report said the bill’s mandates will cost the health care system between $1.9 million and $5.7 million annually over the next five years, and will add between 84 cents and $2.40 to the annual premium by for a Massachusetts subscriber. “Today, the Massachusetts House of Representatives made clear that birth control access is not up for debate in Massachusetts,” said Dr. Jennifer Childs-Roshak, president of the Planned Parenthood Advocacy Fund of Massachusetts. “While the Trump Administration is laser-focused on making it harder for people to access the care they need, Massachusetts is stepping up to protect the health and well-being of its residents by passing the ... bill and keeping birth control affordable and accessible. “This coercive measure burdens the consciences of Catholics and other pro-life citizens by forcing them, at an expanded level, to subsidize practices which they find morally objectionable.” responded Catholic Action League Executive Director C.J. Doyle. “Our constitutional tradition requires a ‘reasonable accommodation’ for citizens’ sincerely held religious beliefs. This absolutist legislation affords no such accommodation and is an affront to the beliefs of many in the state.” (A “Yes” vote is for the bill. A “No” vote is against it.) Rep. Joseph McGonagle

Yes

HEALTHCARE CHANGES (S 2022) Senate 33-6, at 11:59 p.m., last Thursday, approved and sent to the House a complicated 100-page bill making changes in the state’s health care system. Toward the end of debate, the Senate added an amendment that would require a study of how the costs of a single-payer health care system would compare to the state’s actual current health care spending. If the single-payer system would have cost less than the current system, the center would be required to submit a proposed single-payer health care implementation plan to the Legislature for consideration. “The bill is really about the consumers and doing everything we can to make health care affordable to consumers,” said Sen. James Welch (D-Springfield.) “My big concern about the Senate health care bill is that it doesn’t save the state any money,” said Gov. Charlie Baker. “One of the things we tried to do with our bill is ensure we continue to cover everybody in the commonwealth and maintain the success we’ve had as almost a virtually fully insured commonwealth. But at the same time recognizing and appreciating that if we don’t do some things to change the way our system operates, we put education spending at risk, we put transportation spending at risk, we put general local aid to cities and towns for public safety and fire protection at risk.” “I understand the governor’s concerns,”Welch said. “He comes from the healthcare industry, comes from the insurance industry, and I’m sure obviously still has relationships in the healthcare industry that would make him concerned or that members of the healthcare industry might be concerned about. But I think the way we approached this bill is really to focus on the consumer.” (A “Yes” vote is for the bill. A “No” vote is against it.) Sen. Sal DiDomenico

Yes

DISCLOSE CHARGES IN ADVANCE (S 2202) Senate 12-26, rejected an amendment that would require hospitals and health care providers to disclose to the patient

No

CHECK ELIGIBILITY FOR MASSHEALTH (S 2202) Senate 10-28, rejected an amendment that would require the state to conduct regular checks on MassHealth recipients to determine if they are still eligible for the program. MassHealth is the state’s Medicaid program that provides health care for low-income and disabled persons. Checks would include receiving and requesting information from the Lottery, Unemployment Office and Department of Transitional Assistance (Welfare Department) to see if the financial situation of the MassHealth recipient has improved to the point where the person is no longer eligible for MassHealth. Amendment supporters said this will help ensure that ineligible people do not remain on the plan. Amendment opponents said MassHealth already conducts eligibility checks. (A “Yes” vote is for the amendment. A “No” vote is against it.) Sen. Sal DiDomenico

No

DO NOT LIST EMPLOYERS (S 2202) Senate 5-32, rejected an amendment that would strike a provision that requires the state to compile and release an annual report identifying the 50 employers with the highest number of workers who get MassHealth. Amendment supporters said this “name and shame” idea is a cheap shot. They noted that prior to Obamacare, the state did not allow income-eligible employees to go on MassHealth. The state has since reversed its policy and now allows these employees to opt into MassHealth. This has led to a migration of many employees to MassHealth, a move over which employers have no control. Amendment opponents said compiling the list is simply a way to get more data to count how many people with access to employer-sponsored health insurance are instead enrolling in MassHealth. They argued this will allow the state to continue working toward its goal of making sure people are insured and have access to quality care. (A “Yes” vote is for striking the requirement of the list and therefore against the list. A “No” vote is for the list.) Sen. Sal DiDomenico

No

STUDY SINGLE PAYER HEALTH CARE (S 2202) Senate 35-3, approved an amendment that would require the state’s Center for Health Information and Analysis to study whether a single-payer health care system would have cost less than the actual health care expenditures in the state, which is estimated to be $59 billion in 2016. Single payer health care is described in the amendment as “a system that provides publicly financed, universal access to health care for the population through a unified public health care plan.” If the single-payer system would have cost less than the current system, the center would be required to submit a proposed single-payer health care implementation plan to the Legislature for consideration. Amendment supporters this amendment does not create and implement single-payer health care but would simply leave all options open and give the Legislature the information it needs to consider a single-payer system sometime in the future. Amendment opponents voiced concerns about the possible cost of a single-payer system, saying by some estimates it could double the state’s health expenditures. Some said the last thing they want is for the government to be running the entire health care system. (A “Yes” vote is for the amendment. A “No” vote is against it.) Sen. Sal DiDomenico

Yes

ACTION PLAN IN RESPONSE TO CLIMATE CHANGE (S 2196) Senate 38-0, approved and sent to the House a bill requiring the state, led by the secretaries of energy and environmental affairs and public safety, to study, create and implement a comprehensive adaption management plan (CAMP) to protect and ensure the preservation, protection and restoration of the state’s “built and natural environment” from the risks of climate change. The plan would be updated every five years. Supporters pointed to the flooding and massive damage caused by Hurricane Sandy and other disasters. They argued the state must prepare in advance and be proactive and not just reactive to similar threats and disasters. “If gone unchecked, severe weather will wreak immense havoc on Massachusetts,” said Sen. Marc Pacheco (D-Taunton). “An adaptation plan must be codified in statute to protect our economy, public health and built and natural infrastructures. We can make our communities more resilient to the harmful effects of climate change by using our unique system of federalism to forge our own paths and organize for survival. This is the fifth time the Senate has sent resiliency legislation to the House, and it is high time that these protections make their way to the governor’s desk.” (A “Yes” vote is for the bill.) Sen. Sal DiDomenico

Yes

HOW LONG WAS LAST WEEK’S SESSION? Beacon Hill Roll Call tracks the length of time that the House and Senate were in session each week. Many legislators say that legislative sessions are only one aspect of the Legislature’s job and that a lot of important work is done outside of the House and Senate chambers. They note that their jobs also involve committee work, research, constituent work and other matters that are important to their districts. Critics say that the Legislature does not meet regularly or long enough to debate and vote in public view on the thousands of pieces of legislation that have been filed. They note that the infrequency and brief length of sessions are misguided and lead to irresponsible late-night sessions and a mad rush to act on dozens of bills in the days immediately preceding the end of an annual session. During the week of November 6-10, the House met for a total of six hours and 31 minutes and the Senate met for a total of 18 hours and 18 minutes. Mon. November 6 House 11:04 a.m. to 11:48 a.m. Senate 11:07 a.m. to 11:52 a.m. Tues. November 7 House 11:03 a.m. to 11:17 a.m. No Senate session Wed. November 8 House 10:01 a.m. to 3:05 p.m. Senate 11:06 a.m. to 4:35 p.m. Thurs. November 9 House 11:07 a.m. to 11:36 a.m. Senate 11:15 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. Fri. November 10 No House session No Senate session Bob Katzen welcomes feedback at bob@beaconhillrollcall.com


THE EVERETT ADVOCATE–Friday, November 17, 2017

O B I TUAR IE S Joseph Yannizze, Jr.

Of Malden on November 9, 2017. He is survived by his former wife Carmella (Sofia). Devoted father of Mildred Mannion and husband Keith Newins of Revere, Carmella Trodden and husband William of NC, and Joseph Yannizze III of NH. Cherished grandfather of Jamie, Jenni, Joey, Anthony, Christopher and

great grandfather of Jackson. Joseph is also a brother to Maryann, Peggy, Bobby, Marcia, Patrick, and Jimmy. A memorial visitation will be held at the Paul Buonfiglio & Sons-Bruno Funeral Home 128 Revere St, Revere on Wednesday November 15, 2017 from 9:00am to 10:30am. Funeral Mass at Our Lady of Grace Church at 11:00am. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute , P.O. Box 849168, Boston, MA. For guest book please visit www.Buonfiglio.com

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Ruth K. (O’Brien) Callahan Of Everett, passed away peacefully on November 11th, 2017, at 91 years. Beloved wife of the late Robert J. Callahan. Loving mother of Brian Callahan and his wife Mary of Middleboro, MA, Lynn Doyle and her husband Robert of Londonderry, NH, Dennis Callahan and his wife Maureen of Stoneham, MA, Lee Callahan of Lynn, MA, John Callahan and his wife Sandra of Wakefield, MA, Timothy Callahan of Miami, FL, Kevin Callahan of Everett, MA, and the late Robert D. Callahan. She is also survived by 14 cherished grandchildren and 7 cherished great grandchildren. Funeral was held from the JF Ward Funeral Home, Everett on Wednesday, November 15, followed by a Funeral Mass in Immaculate Conception

Church, Everett. Services concluded with interment in Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. Ruth was an avid bowler and member of the“Tuesday Morning Housewife’s Bowling League” at Charles St. Bowling Alley in Malden. She loved animals, and enjoyed baking for her family. In lieu of flowers, donations, in Ruth’s name, may be made to the charity of your choice. For online guestbook, please visit jfwardfuneralhome.com. JF Ward Funeral Home (617) 387-3367

Richard (Dick) C. Devanna, Sr. Age 80, of Everett, Massachusetts, died Wednesday, November 8, 2017 with family by his side. Born May 26, 1937, he was the son of the late Edward F. and Emily M. (Jensen) Devanna Sr. Dick was an honest salesman. He always looked out for the best interest

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- LEGAL NOTICE -

CITY OF EVERETT

BOARD OF APPEALS, 484 BROADWAY, EVERETT, MASSACHUSETTS 02149

(617) 381-7445

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: This notice is to inform you that a public hearing will be held on Monday, December 4th, 2017 at 7:00 PM, Everett City Hall, 3rd Floor, City Council Chambers. All interested parties may attend and opinions will be heard regarding the following petition. Whereas a petition has been presented by: RE: 787 Broadway, Everett, MA 02149; 801 Broadway, Everett, MA 02149; Attorney Cory D. Rhoades 0 Gledhill Avenue, Everett, MA 02149; For: The Neighborhood Developers 16 Gledhill Avenue, Everett, MA 02149; 185 Devonshire Street, 10th Floor 18 Gledhill Avenue, Everett, MA 02149; Boston, MA 02110 0 Stevenson Avenue/807 Broadway, Everett, MA 02149 To said Board of Appeals, asking for a Variance of the Building Zone Ordinance of the City, as applied: The applicant seeks to consolidate and subsequent subdivision/ANR or the above mentioned lots within a Dwelling District for the construction of a residential mixed use development consisting of 77 residential units for Elderly Living located above a 6680 sf Elderly 0HGLFDO 2৽FH VSDFH ,Q DGGLWLRQ VL[   VLQJOH IDPLO\ WRZQKRXVHV VKDOO EH FRQVWUXFWHG RQ VL[   VHSDUDWH ORWV 3URSRVHG OD\RXW RI ODQG DQG EXLOGLQJV DV SHU SODQ VXEPLWWHG E\ 7KH Architectural Team dated November 1, 2017. Permit was denied in accordance to the City of Everett Zoning Ordinance Appendix A: 1. 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Pursuant to the distribution of spaces allocated in the section below the project will need relief in the form of a variance for 6 parking spaces per Appendix A section 17. o The Main Building located on lot G consisting of 77 residential units designated as Public Assisted Elderly requires 0.5 BOARD OF APPEALS FOR THE CITY OF VSDFHVSHUXQLW VSDFHV7KHVSDFHVKDYHEHHQSURYLGHGIRUDQGWKHUHLVQRSDUNLQJGHÂżFLHQF\ EVERETT, MASSACHUSETTS R7KH(OGHUO\0HGLFDO2ŕľśFHFRQVLVWLQJRIVIFRPPHUFLDOXVHUHTXLUHVRQHSDUNLQJVSDFHIRUHDFKVI  VSDFHVUHTXLUHG3URMHFWSURSRVHVVSDFHVIRUWKLVXVHFUHDWLQJDGHÂżFLHQF\RIVSDFHV Joseph DeSisto, III - Chairman o The six (6) residential townhouse require two parking spaces per dwelling unit = 12 spaces required. The project proKimberly Rauseo - Clerk SRVHVSDUNLQJVSDFHVIRUWKLVXVHFUHDWLQJDGHÂżFLHQF\RIVSDFHV November 17, 22, 2017


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ALMEIDA-BARROS | FROM PAGE 3 and embracing it can be,” said Almeida-Barros. “It became my city, and now I feel it’s time for me to give back to this community, using the unique set of skills and perspective that I have to offer to the Everett School Committee. … I bring to the table a different and fresh perspective and the ability to serve as a bridge with my experience in government, in education, to the Everett Public Schools.”

OBITUARIES | FROM PAGE 25 of others. He enjoyed tinkering with mechanics, fishing, playing golf, and cheering on Boston sports teams. He would never miss a Red Sox game. But, most of all, he was a devoted family man. He is predeceased by his loving wife of 57 years, Kathleen A. (Foley) and four siblings; Edward, Ellen May, Robert and Nancy. He is survived by two siblings Barry Devanna and Sandra Hoyle; his five children; Richard and Dorothea Devanna of Arlington, Donna (Devanna) Lordan of Athol, David and Kimberly Devanna of Everett, Deanna (Devanna) and Mark Stanford of Dracut, and Kelly Devanna of Athol; 15 grandchildren; Sharon, Richard III, Daniel, Jennifer, Anthony, Sheena, Adam, Joshua, Ryan, Alan, Michael, Justin, Andrew, John and Jamie; 8 great-grandchildren; Amber, Jason, Benjamin, Sahmya, Danielle, Nikolas, Isabella and Lucas; and many other loving nieces, nephews and relatives. A funeral mass was held at the Immaculate Conception Church, Everett on Monday, November 13. Interment followed at the Holy Cross Cemetery in Malden. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to Heritage Nursing Care Center, 841 Merrimack Street, Lowell, MA 01854.

Thomas V. Mastrangelo Of Malden, November 12th. A prayer service will be held at Salvatore Rocco & Sons Funeral Home, 331 Main Street, Everett on Friday, November 17 from 5:30 to 6:00 pm. Visiting hours will be prior from 4:00 to 5:30 pm. For more information: www.roccofuneralhomes.com

Lisa Jean Olivero Of Billerica, formerly of Everett on November 5th. Beloved daughter of Ronald and Kathleen (Kenny) Olivero. Loving sister of Kristine Lamoso and her husband Carlos, Diane Olivero and her fiance Ed Shanley, and Michael Olivero. She is survived by her beloved nephew Daniel and beloved niece Sofia Lamoso. Funeral was held from the Salvatore Rocco & Sons Funeral Home, Everett on Friday, November 10. Funeral Mass at Our Lady of Grace Church, Everett. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. RoccoCarrHendersonFH/DN Customer Logowww.roccofuneralhomes.com

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