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he Revere Public School system is getting ready to say goodbye to beloved Paul Revere Innovation School Principal Barbara Kelly. Superintendent Dr. Dianne Kelly read the principal’s resignation letter to the School Committee on October 17 at the regular School Committee meeting. “My time spent at this school has been the best years of my working life,” the letter states. Kelly said she was “heartbroken” that the principal was stepping down. “She has been an incredible asset to Revere Public Schools,” she said. “We were so blessed to have her in

Revere. Kelly has been the principal of the Paul Revere Innovation School for eight years and has over 35 years of experience in education. Kelly earned a Bachelor of Arts and a Master’s of Education from Salem State University. She attended Revere Public Schools and is a graduate of Revere High School. She was the first principal of an innovation school in the state. “I could not have imagined I would be finishing my career as principal in Revere,” her letter reads. “The time has come to close the book.” The superintendent said that Kelly was so strong as a princi-

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evere is one step closer to developing a more comprehensive ordinance about billboards and signs in the city. Before his passing, City Council President Bob Haas presented a motion to initiate a moratorium for billboards. On August 28, the City Council’s Zoning Subcommittee passed that motion with the knowledge they would take time to craft an ordinance. At the October 16 Zoning Subcommittee meeting, the council discussed their next step. City Planner Frank Stringi suggested the council develop a subcommittee to help the city develop an ordinance. Along with himself, Stringi suggest-

ed the group consist of one or two city councillors, a representative from the mayor’s office, the city solicitor and a member of the Revere Beautification Committee. Councillor-at-Large Jessica Giannino agreed with the idea and believes the committee would only need to meet two to three times to develop the ordinance. She also wanted to make sure they develop something before the end of the moratorium, which concludes at the end of November. “It’d be great if we can get this done before the end of the year,” she said. According to Stringi, Revere has the most billboards in the Commonwealth, with numbers ranging somewhere in the 80’s, but he stated that if new petitioners apply for new billboards in the future, the city should focus on electronic billboards. “We don’t have many guide-

lines for them on the books right now,” he said. “They can be distracting to drivers so we should look into it.” He also said the city should focus on zoning and only allowing billboards in certain districts. Ward 3 Councillor Arthur Guinasso agreed with this idea. “We only allow it in a certain districts like we did with medical marijuana,” he said. “This way we limit them in our city but also protect ourselves legally.” Currently, the City Council has to grant a special permit to someone if they want to put up a billboard. Ward 1 Councillor Joanne McKenna said it was about time the city cracked down on billboards. “We are trying to change the reputation of our city and this will help,” she said. Once the smaller committee is formed, the meetings will be open to the public.

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Revere, Bruins fans mourn loss of Roger Naples, 97

ifelong Revere resident Roger Naples, who was a longtime Gallery Gods president for the Boston Bruins, passed away on October 13 of congestive heart failure at Mass. General Hospital at 97. Naples (shortened from Napolitano) helped establish the Gallery Gods in 1937 and for the next 78 seasons manned the second balcony row of the old Boston Garden until it was torn down in 1998 – then went to the new Boston Garden to cheer on one of the original six professional hockey sports franchises. Naples and company were a close-knit group that earned the admiration from such Bruins notables as Bobby Orr and Milan Lucic, who was presented the Eddie Shore Award by Naples in 2015. Ballparks.com once de scribed the Gallery Gods as “nestled around the structure (the old Garden) like ants in a teacup.” In 1938, Naples drank champagne out of the Stanley Cup at the invitation of Bruin Ray Getliffe. As Revere recreation director for many years and founding member of the Revere Men’s Softball League, Naples would host softball game fundraisers with many of the Bruins greats from Bobby Orr to Derek Sanderson, Brad Park and Ace Bailey. Roger was also the public address announcer at Revere High School for 25 years, a commentator on Revere Cable TV and a supporter of Row Row Row to Revere to support fundraising for spina bifida research. Naples’s dedication was admired by the Boston Bruins organization – the team made him honorary coach at team alumni games, presenting him with an autographed No. 73 jersey to commemorate his years as a season ticket holder. Ed Sandford, former Bruins captain in the 1950s (resides in Winchester), recalled Naples, “He was a quiet man and a faithful supporter of the team – a dyed in the wool Bruins fan. I remember one time coming back from an injury and not in the best of shape, and the fans got on me and deservedly so. That was when Roger encouraged me and told me to keep my head up because he was a positive person and he had a great feel for hockey and the men who played it.” Former Bruins publicist Nate Greenberg (resides in Newton), recalled, “He was a diehard fan long before I met him and remained so for many years after I left the Bruins.

Roger Naples and fellow Gallery Gods cheered for the Boston Bruins from the second balcony of the old Boston Garden. (Photo courtesy of John Tlumacki/Boston Globe staff file, 1995)

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ments for the [Eddie Shore] awards ceremony. He was right on top of it. When my phone rang a month before the regular season, chances are it was Roger.”’ Napolitano was the son of Pasquale Napolitano and the former Margaret Ruggiero. He never married and was a World War II Army veteran. He was a graduate of Revere High School, Class of 1938. A funeral Mass was said on Tuesday at St. Anthony’s Church followed by burial at Holy Cross Cemetery in Malden. Revere, and hockey itself, has lost a great friend. He will truly be missed. For full story, log on to bostonglobe.com/sports/bruins

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Gerry Visconti announces campaign for school committee

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erry Visconti, a local business owner, parent of school-aged children and long-time resident, is announcing his candidacy for the Revere School Committee. The following is his statement: “Change” is hard. In fact, it’s very hard. But, as the saying goes, nothing worth doing is easy. I’ve learned that very fact over the course of my professional career, as a youth sports coach and administrator, financial advisor, husband, father and now, Candidate for Revere School Committee. Life seems to be very hard

Gerry Visconti these days, but I see signs of progress and success every day. I see it in the faces of my four children every morning, as we hustle out of our home and head off to school or the office. My point is this: our children face a myriad of challenges every day. Whether dealing with the rigors of academics, standardized testing, societal issues such as safety or overcrowded classrooms, Revere’s students have proven to be the most relentless learners in the region. Their success is due largely in part to the hard work our School Superintendent, Assistant Superintendents, administrators, teachers and other staff members put in every day. But, aiding in the success of our students is not easy and is not going to get any easier. This is why I ask for your support this November. While some candidates have children who attended and graduated from the Revere Public School System, times have changed dramatically. The needs of our children and the challenges they face are vastly different than 15 or even five years ago. With four kids under the age of 13, I’m right in the middle of these challenges and I face them every day. It is a collaborative effort, along with my wife Danielle Beth and our

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this can provide a measure of assistance. Those who would benefit from this program are some of the most vulnerable residents in our community. We need to aid and support our long-term residents and make sure they can stay in their homes – homes they’ve raised families and created memories in. What is the direct benefit for seniors? Those who qualify for the program would receive a reduction of their property assessment based on 10% of the average assessed value of all homes in Revere. Based on 2017 values, a qualifying senior would benefit from a $451 reduction of their tax bill. What would be the financial impact of this program on the city? One concern by residents I’ve spoken to about this program is what the financial impact on the city would be, and whether we can afford it. I am confident that we can. We currently estimate about 1,000 seniors will qualify for the exemption, which would equate to an approximate cost of $400,000 to $450,000 – within the context of an approximately $180 million city budget. The city is experiencing economic growth, which will support the implementation of this program, as well as future investments in our residents. Let’s move forward together During my mayoral campaign and since taking office, I’ve continued to drive home the need to adopt a 10% residential tax-exemption for all owner-occupied homes in the city. That remains a priority for my administration. Many of our neighboring communities have implemented similar programs successfully and it has provided a measure of relief for owners who live in their properties. That said, like with any of my priorities, I will not rush into something without thoroughly reviewing short-term and long-term impact. Being prudent in this regard will help our

city in the long run. We have to approach a citywide program thoughtfully and with longterm planning in mind. The reason why our administration has not rushed in to implement a citywide program can be found in what other communities have experienced. Some communities around Revere have had issues with appropriately verifying eligibility for the exemption, resulting in millions of dollars of revenue that went to people who did not deserve it. Adopting this program for seniors will serve as a pilot program for a citywide effort. It will enable us to implement an eligibility verification system and navigate through any unforeseen issues before going live with a citywide exemption. Additionally, if adopted, the senior exemption would exist on top of a citywide exemption, providing additional relief to seniors. For these reasons, I am confident that this is the right first step to take. Investing in Revere Adopting a tax exemption program fits into a broader strategy for a better Revere. The cornerstone of that strategy is investing in you, our residents, and making Revere a better place to live. From investing $1.5 million in new equipment for the DPW, to $250,000 in tackling a backlog of sidewalk repairs, to establishing a new 311 constituent services system, my administration is committed to thoughtful investments that will improve residents’ quality of life and the services we provide on your behalf. It is critical that we, as a community, work collaboratively to build a 21st century Revere. I am confident that we will continue to make smart investments, including supporting our seniors by helping them stay in their homes. I urge you to support this effort by voting yes on Question 1 on November 7, and to support the future economic viability of our community. If you have more questions, please visit www.reveretaxrelief.com.

City to hold annual Veterans Day program Friday, November 10

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he Revere Veterans Committee in cooperation with Mayor Brian Arrigo will conduct their annual Veterans Day program on Friday, November 10 at the Beachmont VFW Post 6712 (150 Bennington St. in Revere) at 5:00 p.m. on behalf of the Veterans of Revere. This year we will honor various people for their support of our programs and the Veterans of Revere. Also invited are retired military personnel from the Chelsea Soldiers’ Home. A Chinese food buffet will be served at a cost of $15.00 per person. Individual tickets are available at the door at a cost of $20.00. Anyone wishing to purchase a complete table of 10 in advance may call 781-244-7430. Individual tickets are being sold at the Revere Veterans Office at 249 Rear Broadway Revere and by Al Terminiello, Jr. Payments must be made by Wednesday, November 3, 2017. Dancing to the music of DJ Alan LaBella will follow the event and dinner.


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es contribute substantially to our commercial tax base. I am proud to have participated in making this happen. From a residential perspective, the project at 770 Washington Ave. and the new townhouses on Marble Street are perfect examples of how we as representatives can work with developers to invest in our great city properly. The condominium building at 770 Washington Avenue has 22 units of complete ownership without affecting our school system. In addition, it has retail space on the first floor. The townhouse development that was initially proposed had greater density but we fought to bring the number down with the neighborhood and we were successful. As your Ward 6 Councilor, I have tried to represent the entire ward to the best of my ability. I was happy to take an active role in the North Revere Neighborhood Group; I was so proud to have participated with so many wonderful people on issues such as:

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new sidewalks and crosswalk will be installed for students and residents coming to and going from the Garfield School. This project is called Safe Routes and is funded by MDOT and the City of Revere. I am an ardent supporter of all youth and school sports and have been involved with the Revere High School football team for over 50 years. I work with the Garfield School community to make a better place to learn and be brought up. I worked with them to install a new playground outside the school for everyone to use. This past year I worked with the businesses and the Traffic commission to establish permit parking in the Shirley Avenue municipal lot to help avoid meter and street parking tickets. As your full time Councillor, I am always available by phone at 781-289-7031, and by E-mail at ira_novoselsky@ yahoo.com. Finally, I respectfully request your continued support and your vote for reelection to the position of Ward 2 Councillor on Election Day, Tuesday, November 7, 2017. I look forward to continue working with you to bring never- ending success to Ward 2, AND to utilize my experience to get results! Thank you in advance for your vote.

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THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, October 20, 2017

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Ladies 5K winners with President Rosette Cataldo, State Rep. RoseLee Vincent and Ex. Director John Hamell. 1st Shea Campbell, 2nd Amara Delvecchio, and 3rd Noelle Kaelbein.

Waves of runners took off from Kelly’s Roast Beef to Elliot Circle and back.

Director of Finance George Anzuoni with his grandson Nolan Heard. Lots of runners registered for the 5K road race and it was a great event.

President of the Revere Beach Partnership Rosette Cataldo readies the kids for the 1mile run.

Kathleen Heiser with Charlie and Valorie Benjamin.

President of the RBP Rosette Cataldo with State Representative RoseLee Vincent.

Two-year-old Christian Forrester at the finish line.

Michael Hurley, Jonara Rentas, Caitlyn and Maeve Hurley and Isaiah Cenado.


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Dash 5K at Revere Beach

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Carol Haney presents Eva Gonzales with her Winner of the men’s 5K Zakaria Attioui in 18.04. with Passing out the medals to everyone that crossed the finish line medal. Carol Haney and Carol Tye. since the first dash, Carol Haney, Carol Tye and Kathleen Heiser.

Men’s 5K winners with President Rosette Cataldo, Ex. Director John Hamell , State Rep RoseLee Vincent and Mayor Brian Arrigo. 1st Zakarin Attioui, 2nd Brad Narknesian, 3rd Jason Pollutro.

Gary, Julie and Anthony Ferragamo, Bryan, Brenda and Jenna Daigle.

Executive Direc tor of the Revere Beach State Representative Vincent partnership John Hamell presents Mayor Brian Arrigo his and ward 5 Councillor medal after his 5K run. John Powers. Principal of the Hill School Ed Moccia hits the finish line.

Samuel and Sebastian Sepulveda.

The National Anthem at Kelly’s Roast Beef for the start of the 5K.

RHS track coach Sam Ros and A n i s h J a g a r l a m u d i w a s s t i l l Carol Tye with the winner of the Pumpkin Jordan cross the finish line. recognized under the mask. Dash, Oliver Hernandez. Winner of the women’s 5K Shea Campbell in 20.27. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)


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Ward 1 Councillor McKenna hosts Luau at Beachmont VFW

Colleagues in government: Councillor John Powers, Speaker of the House Bob DeLeo, School Committee Member Mike Ferrante, Mayor Brian Arrigo, City Councillors Arthur Guinasso, Joanne McKenna, Charlie Patch and Steve Morabito, School Committee Member Carol Tye, City Councillor Patrick Keefe, State Senator Joe Boncore, School Committee Member Dan Maguire, City Councillor Ira Novoselsky, School Committee Member Stacy Rizzo.

Supporting the Ward 1 Councillor: Mayor Brian Arrigo, Speaker of the Massachusetts House Bob DeLeo and State Senator Joe Boncore.

The Beachmont Improvement Committee.

Friends and supporters of Ward 1 Councillor Joanne McKenna: Francesca Corrao, Vilma Cataldo, Janie Dion and Laurie Dion.

Ward 1 Councillor Joanne McKenna with her strong supporters.

Former Mayor and Candidate for Revere City Council Dan Rizzo and Ward 6 Councillor Charlie Patch with Ward 1 Councillor Joanne McKenna.

Ward 1 Councillor Joanne McKenna with her friend Buddy Mangini

Beachmont strong: Len Piazza and Rita Turner with their Ward 1 Councillor Joanne McKenna.

Friends and Revere school colleagues: Ward 1 Councillor Joanne McKenna and School Committee Member Carol Tye.

Larry Smith and School Committee Member Carol Tye introduced Ward 1 Councillor Joanne McKenna to the many guests at the Beachmont VFW.

Ward 1 Councillor Joanne McKenna along with Carol Smith and Darlene Janis greeted guests at the door.

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~ Political Announcement ~

Arthur Guinasso announces re-election for Ward 3 Councillor

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am very pleased to announce that I am running for re-election for Ward 3 Councillor. I’ve made this decision based on my lifelong love for Revere and the encouragement of my constituents asking me to run for re-election. It is an honor to serve for the city of Revere, mainly the Ward 3 residents. I am a Revere High School graduate who later was educated at Bentley College majoring in business finance and accounting. After attending Bentley I went to work at the Massachusetts General Hospital and the New England Organ Bank. At MGH I was a Research Financial Grant Manager and was the Chief Accountant at the New England Organ Bank. At MGH my responsibilities included the oversight of the Neurology and Neurosurgery Departments with over $600 million in research funding. While at the New England Organ Bank I was responsible for all fi-

Arthur Guinasso nancial matters. Currently, I am the business manager at Broadway Physical Therapy in Revere. I’ve been married to Linda Benedict Guinasso for 54 years and have 3 children: Arthur, Kim & Karin. I have 4 grandchildren: Domenic, Jimmy, Arianna and the late Travis Guinasso. We enjoy family gatherings especially celebrating all holidays and birthdays together. Over the years I’ve belonged to many organiza-

tions throughout the city. I am currently a member of the Revere Knights of Columbus, Loyal Order of Moose, Revere Chamber of Commerce and I am a past president of the Holy Name at St. Anthony’s Church. Former member of the Revere Beach Citizen Advisory and the Revere Beach design review board. I work relentlessly to give our young children a good start in life. I have achieved this by being actively involved with the planning of the New Whelan and Susan B. Anthony Schools, the Rumney Marsh Academy, the Paul Revere School and the James J. Hill Elementary School. I was on the committee and participated in the construction to build the new Lincoln School playground. Public safety projects that I was a part of is the addition of one new police station, two new fire stations, and several pieces of fire apparatus were purchased. To improve our

neighborhoods a new water and sewer line were installed. Streets and sidewalks have been repaired and there are many more to follow. Several new DPW trucks have been purchased as well 2 new asphalt hot boxes. The hot boxes will help fill the unsightly potholes in our city. Coming soon there will be a new DPW building. Always working hand in hand with our seniors within the community. I held a crime watch meeting at Adams Court and am planning more. I attend all meetings at Friendly Gardens so I can take care of all city matters and on many occasions I do the same at the Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center. Doing these things ensures the safety of our seniors. I am so pleased that the PACE Health Center for our seniors over the age of 55 will be right here in Ward 3. Fortunately with the income from new growth it will enable us to do such projects:

The redevelopment at Suffolk Downs has the potential to have the state of the art marketplace like Assembly Row. A long shot but still being discussed to be in this spot is the Amazon.com which will provide jobs and financial investment of over 5 billion dollars. Most recently, the City Council rezoned the old NECCO site to enable the use of robotics companies to be able to come to Revere. It will allow for advanced product manufacturing, research and development, biomedical facilities, technology warehousing and distribution activities. Going forward we look at the future growth at the old Wonderland Greyhound Park site. In conclusion, it’s a great honor and privilege to serve the citizens in Ward 3 and the city of Revere. I’m looking forward to continuing to be a voice of reason at the council. I am always working for you.

~ Political Announcement ~

Albert J. Terminiello, Jr. announces campaign for school committee

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orn on November 13, 1953 to Barbara (Frye) and Albert J. Terminiello Sr. Al attended Abraham Lincoln School, Garfield Jr. High and Revere High School, graduating Class of 1971. Al is the father of two daughters, Jennifer and Jodi, and a grandfather of 5: Brandon, Ashley, Anthony, Samantha and Domenic. Al is known for his dedication to the seniors of Revere, and is credited for co-founding the Revere Veterans Committee and Veterans Scholarship Fund. He served on the founding board of Revere TV and was elected as ViceChairman of the Board of Directors for three years. Al is a Past President of the Revere Chamber of Commerce serving two separate terms. Al has been associated with the Revere League for Special Needs for 50 years, bringing dignity and education to these very special friends. Terminiello is an avid supporter for Revere SEPAC and other special needs groups across the area. Earning the rank Eagle Scout and becoming a 32nd degree Master Mason, a 2 time Past Master of Robert Lash Lodge AF & AM and an Aleppo Temple Shriner. Al has followed the beliefs of serving the community all his life, and this year, after 10 years, Al has brought the Revere League and SEPAC together for the first time and plans are in progress for more

combined activities, both educational and social. After graduating RHS in 1971 Terminiello attended the New England Institute of Mortuary Science and obtained his state embalming license and served Revere in this capacity for many years. Worked as a forensic photographer for the Suffolk County Medical Examiner’s Office for 8 years and was selected as one of the top 25 crime scene photographers in the country by the Eastman Kodak Company in 1975. Terminiello left the ME’s Office in 1980, attended and graduated from Sylvania Electronics Technical School and became an Electronics Sr. Field Engineer for the Siemens/Nixdorf Corporation. His work involved traveling around the country working on mainframe computer systems. Again being recognized as a leader in this field, establishing new techniques in field service repairs of laser fusion printers. Coming back to Revere in 1993 as a photojournalist and later a founding partner for the Independent Newspaper Group and now is the lead photographer for the Advocate Newspapers, covering Revere in a fashion second to none, using his ability and knowledge of his city to keep residents informed and up to date to this day. Al is currently employed with the Massachusetts Dept. of Public Safety, in the E-911

Al Termineillo is shown with three of his staunch supporters.

Division, aiding people with multiple disabilities around the state. This program brings a new world of communication back to many people that because of their disability have been unable to keep in touch with relatives and friends, as well as emergency services needed to sustain their lives. Keeping with his interest in public safety and community concerns, Terminiello completed a 22 week course in Constitutional Law and police procedures. Following his father’s Revere Police career, he joined the Revere Auxiliary Police Department over 10 years

ago, and has just recently retired from duty. Al Terminiello Jr. has put Revere as his first priority, in all aspects. GOVERNMENT, VETERANS, PUBLIC SAFETY and of course EDUCATION. Developing the Revere Veterans’ Scholarship Fund and numerous other activities aimed towards the students of Revere of all ages. Al is well known by students of all grades for over 30 years. He has promoted good conduct and professionalism in his daily activities. Volunteering his positive and upbeat attitude and vast resources to help anyone in anyway. Seeing the need for more

funds to aid RHS graduates attend higher learning facilities, Al wants to add more scholarship funds to aid our future community leaders. Safety is also a great concern, to the students as well as teachers and faculty members. Wanting more police presence and stricter penalties for harsh violations of public safety regulations. For these reasons and countless more, Al Terminiello Jr. needs your vote on November 7, 2017 for the prestigious position as a member of the Revere School Committee. Safeguarding your most valuable possession, your children.


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Football Pats fall to Peabody, but keep looking up By Julian Cardillo

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he hope after the victory over Medford two weeks ago was that Revere was going to turn a corner and potentially make a bid for the playoffs. After all, the Patriots had somewhat of a track record for starting slow and finishing on a high. Last season, for instance, they went 0-4 to open the season and then rallied to win-out the campaign and perform well in the playoffs. The Patriots started this season 0-4, too, and the victory against the Mustangs seemed to put them on similar trajectory. But Swampscott visited Della Russo Stadium last Friday and put the hurt on the Patriots, winning, 27-0. Big Blue

were in the opposite position as Revere coming into the game; they started the season 4-0 and had just lost a brutal game to Lynn English. So this was about a team looking to stay on track versus a team trying to get back on track. Winner, Swampscott. The Big Blue established control and didn’t let go. Swampscott opened the scoring in the first quarter as quarterback Colin Frary connected with his receiver for a 25-yard touchdown. A rushing TD in the second quarter made it 13-0. “It was a close game at the half,” said Cicatelli. “Only 13-0. I thought we were okay in the first but sloppy in the second, and that certainly hurt us.” Revere had the ball for sev-

en minutes to start the second and went 60 yards, but ultimately turned the ball over on downs. “It’s tough to win when that happens; we really have to put up points in those situations,” Cicatelli said. With the loss, Revere won’t be going to the playoffs for the first time in five years. Cicatelli said the season has been a good learning experience for a young team and that there’s still plenty to play for. “It’s tough missing out, but the team realizes that they’re young and it’s a stepping stone,” said Cicatelli. “There’s still plenty to do. The season isn’t over, and I can tell you I, personally, am really looking forward to getting to play for Thanksgiving.”

Freshman Quarterback Calvin Boudreau at the snap.

Revere High School sports round-up

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he Revere girls’ volleyball team had a positive string of results over the last few days. They beat Lynn Clas-

sical, 3-2, in a seesaw affair last Thursday, and then followed up with an impressive 3-0 win against Lynn English

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children’s teachers. It’s still not easy, not by any stretch of the

imagination. Our School Committee has

on Monday. Tatiana Iacoviello served up 10 aces for the Patriots. Patriots’ field hockey strug-

gled; they fell to Marblehead last Thursday, North Reading on Monday and Beverly on Wednesday.

In cross-country action, Revere lost to Marblehead on Tuesday: the boys lost, 23-36, and the girls lost, 17-43.

done a good job over the years. Their job is not easy either. However, I’m running be-

cause there must be change within the Committee. There must be new ideas and fresh perspectives, especially a perspective of a current parent. Four of the reasons why I am running and they are named Gerry, Jr., Sofia, Sabrina and Joseph. Holding a position such as this is all about accountability. I’ve lived by this sentiment my entire life and have taken it into both my personal and professional life. It is accountability that I’ll bring to the School Committee if elected. I will focus on the following key areas: Financial Stability and Growth: Our schools need as much support as we can provide them. Sound financial support should translate into better systems, new technology, innovative curriculum, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics (STEAM) and community programming. We need to be more aggressive in applying for and securing state and federal grants, as applicable, to ease the burden on our tax base (most notably our seniors). Improved Facilities: There is no question that Revere needs a new high school. With over 2,000 students currently in the school – we have to address current and future needs of our high school students. I will make it a priority, if elected, to work with our Mayor, his

administration, my colleagues on the school committee, the Revere Public School Administration, teachers, staff, parents, students and community members to assist in securing funding for a new high school. Community Engagement: The success of our students goes well beyond books, pencils and what transpires in the classroom. Teachers and administrators have a tough job and they need all the support the community can provide. Creating a progressive exchange between the school and parents is a priority. Our children need 360 degree support in order to face and surpass the challenges they will be exposed to as they work their way through the School System. And, the School Committee must be the group accountable for driving that success. I’m confident that my experience as a local business owner, father, coach and active member of this wonderful community positions me to be an ambassador for our students. I will ensure that they receive the best educational experience our city has to offer. Anything less is unacceptable. I respectfully ask for your consideration to cast one of your six votes on Tuesday, November 7th for me, Gerry Visconti, for Revere School Committee. Thank you.

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TURKEY TROT: A wild turkey was spotted on Park Avenue on Monday. The turkey, in a hurry to go nowhere, stood on the street for at least an hour before moving on. By the way, the wild turkeys are protected by the federal government, so I guess “The Wild One” had the right of way crossing the street. What luck! Revere parade watchers were raving about the recent Columbus Day parade. The off and on rain didn’t deter the enthusiasm of the terrific lineup of bands, locals, city officials, armed fo rce s, t h e m ayo r and the governor. In my opinion, there’s nothing like a community parade for the kids and grownups to enjoy. Credit Mayor Arrigo, his staff, and many volunteers.

1. From what culture does the word banshee (a fairyland woman) come? 2. Who were the Montreal AAA, the Montreal Victorias and the Montreal Shamrocks? 3. What is campanology? 4. Who said, “It is not true that I was born a monster. Hollywood made me one”? (Hint: initials BK.) 5. On Oct. 21, 1964, what move based on “Pygmalion” premiered? 6. The only mummified Egyptians were pharaohs. True or false? 7. In Frank Baum’s “The Wizard of Oz,” who said, “Can you give me brains?” 8. In 1968 what Beatle’s song set a record for longest radio single? 9. On Oct. 23, 1803, John Quincy Adams noted there wasn’t a church where?

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year time constraint does not mean the license automatically expired. It just means that the city could review the license and have a hearing if they thought Wonderland was not following the rules of the license properly. “We have to have an opportunity to be heard and have a fair hearing,” he said to the commission. However, the city didn’t see it this way. According to Cipoletta, 40 days ago they received a cease and desist letter and since then filed an appeal. They are currently waiting to have their hearing with the Board of Appeals. In the meantime, vehicles

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belonging to rental car agencies continue to store vehicles at the parking lot. “Nobody wants to see that as a parking lot,” said Cipoletta. “In the interim, it is a parking lot. What else is it good for?” Chairman Robert Selevitch said he has heard a lot of complaints from the neighborhood about the parking operation. “It seems like they are not being good neighbors,” he said. “I understand the legal situation is cloudy and murky, but as far as being a good neighborhood that isn’t really cloudy and murky.” Cipoletta agreed and said Wonderland has been working with the neighborhood on the issues. Commissioner Linda Guinas-

so expressed her concerns over large trucks and 18-wheelers parked there. “Our city doesn’t want to be made up of parking lots,” she said. “This is unacceptable.” Ward 5 Councillor John Powers agreed. “There was a clear expiration date and they are violating that,” he said. Powers said it is unfair that Wonderland can keep making money on the parking lot while Revere does not get a dime. “We are being monetarily raped,” he said. “If they were a good neighbor, there wouldn’t be any cars down there until this was resolved.” The Commission said there was nothing the board could do until after a ruling from the Board of Appeals.

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~Political Announcement~

School Committee member Susan Gravellese announces re-election campaign

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Susan Gravellese have worked as an instructor and administrative assistant at Revere Karate Academy since 1988, am a 2nd-degree black

belt and a certified personal trainer (nationally certified through The American College of Sports Medicine), and am passionate about my work in both fitness/nutrition and as a member of the Revere School Committee. Since serving on the School Committee, I have worked with my dedicated group of colleagues on a handful of system-related topics. For example, we are currently working to identify and secure funding and a location for a new high school, to resolve the middle school lottery, to fos-

GRAVELLESE | SEE PAGE 19

~ Political Announcement ~

Philip Russo announces his candidacy for Ward 4 Councilor in the November Election

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’m Philip Russo, candidate for City Councilor of Ward 4. My family and I ask for your support and your vote on Nov. 7. A vote for me means more action to meet your needs and make Ward 4 a better place all of the time. We’re going through a period of rapid change. As Ward 4 Councilor I will step back, speak to the people and make priority lists to ensure your needs are no longer overlooked year after year – especially when it comes to safety on our streets for our family, friends, and especially our children. Ward 4 is a beautiful part of Revere. We still have many families who have lived here for generations, along with new homeowners looking to bring up their families here. We have a diverse culture of people that live in this City and our Ward. We all have different wants and needs around our families and properties but we have a common desire – to keep a safe place for our families! To that end, we need to update our street lighting and better control the rodent population. We need crosswalks for kids that are being picked up and dropped off, even crossing guards. Taxes have gone up; our streets are in need of dire repair. I will work on get these things done. In the final analysis, it’s not about all the stand outs, the signs or how many political parties someone attends. It is about results and I will have the resolve to achieve them. The focus needs to be on Ward 4. Clear communication with the other Councilors is key to getting things done fully and properly. I will not just accept the noted

Philip Russo okays from the City or Councilors. I will work on behalf of the citizens of Ward 4 to fix all of the things people have requested for years that have been forgotten. I am a son, brother, father, uncle, cousin, friend, neighbor to some and coach to others. I’m 48 years old and have lived on Park Ave. since 1983. I grew up here. Today I’m a homeowner, still in Ward 4 with my wife Lisa and our beautiful daughter, Sabrina, and 5-month-old Joseph. We know the importance of making our Ward and City safe. The People that truly know me understand that I’m a true caretaker from my heart! I get the job done. I have and will continue to help the people in and around the Ward and the City. I have in past years helped people who can’t help themselves in the grueling winter months, from shoveling snow after plowing for days, to using my plow to follow the ROTC kids and move snow that they shovel to help the elderly. In 2016 I became a partner and manager of the Brenner Shoe Barn & Party store property. We got together with different organizations to donate

shoes that were in the building along with clutch purses to help the girls looking to go to the prom but not being able to afford it. I also donated the Russo’s Flooring truck to do delivery of the Thanksgiving turkey meals offered to the elderly and family that could not afford to feed their families. I’m a team player. I look forward to working with the Mayor, all of the City’s officials, Police and Councilors to get a grip on the opiate crisis running through our City. Too many of our friends and family are gone due to this. We need action. I also want to work with the local youth groups to assist in any way with fundraising to help the children and family be able to apply themselves, whether it be at the Rec Center or play a sport that normally parents could not afford to pay for them to play or learn. Respect starts with our children. If we can find a way to have more programs after school for the kids, the parents can work regular hours and be home to help mold them into kinder, more respectable adults. This will help create a more caring and loving City. I look forward to building relationships within our Ward and City to be a safer environment for all. I want to bring back the pride that’s missing in and around our homes, with the neighbors and me as their voice to get things done. I want to keep our streets beautiful and our property values high so we can have more equity faster in our homes and hopefully help you make the necessary updates or add-ons

RUSSO | SEE PAGE 19


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GRAVELLESE

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ter community engagement, and to regain funding/balance in our budget following a reduction in state funding (due to a change in the categorization of economically disadvantaged). It’s a priority and privilege for me to work on issues such as these, and to serve the community in this capacity – to ensure that others have the same great experience that I and my family had in the Re-

vere public school system. We have so much to be proud of as a system and community. If I am fortunate enough to be re-elected, I look forward to working with Superintendent Dr. Diane Kelly and my fellow School Committee colleagues on giving our students, parents, teachers, staff, and administrators the tools that they need to continue to achieve incredible results. I hope that you will put your faith in me, again, on November 7th.

RUSSO

| from page 18

to keep your property vital. As some of the residents in Ward 4 have seen, I have already started to give back to the Ward with my handouts. A simple list of important telephone numbers to reach the offices at City Hall. Also numbers for issues plaguing our great City and all around the Country. Alcohol and drug abuse 24-hour help line, battered women hotline, child at risk numbers and sui-

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cide prevention, to name a few. This is a small way to start to make a difference since the telephone book has become obsolete and not everyone can afford a computer or a smart phone. Most of the people like my parents don’t like the idea that they need to conform to the era of millennials and computers. This is something you can use & keep on your fridge or next to your home phone. Something I think we can all use. I want my children to follow in my footsteps to create a legacy worthy of our great ward and city. Please help me to help everyone in Ward 4. Let’s keep Revere and Ward 4 great. Let’s make it a better place all of the time! Please help me win! Together we can make a difference in our Ward. I am in a servicing business. For some in the City I have in-

Page 19 stalled your flooring. In all jobs there are the unforeseen things. I have always offered to help and fix to make a difference. I get it done and done right. I love to make a difference. I enjoy making people happy. The biggest feeling of gratification is the smile I can put on someone’s face when I am done doing my job. Ask anyone, I give 100%, 100% of the time when I do something. Like all businesses, politics the same. I will work on making everyone happy. The real truth is you can’t make all people happy all of the time, but you can make all people happy some of the time and I will work hard not to have any unhappy people all of the time. I want to thank you, the People, my friends, new and old whom I now consider family. I respectfully ask for your vote for Ward 4 Councilor of Revere on November 7. Thank you.

STEPPING DOWN | from page 1 pal that she made everyone in her building leaders and they will do a fine job without her. “She created a legacy that they can run that building without her,” she said. “She will have big shoes to fill.” The governing board of the school will start looking for her replacement at the beginning of January. They are hoping to provide a few names to Super-

intendent Kelly by mid-February so she can interview the final candidates and, hopefully, hire someone by March. They are hoping this person could work with Kelly for the last few months of the school year. Kelly’s retirement will be effective July 3, 2018. She plans on staying a part of the Paul Revere community and working with the governing board.

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MELROSE 6 room Expanded Cape offers 3 bedrooms, 27’ 1st floor family room w/ woodstove & sliders to 26’ sunroom, hdwd, 1st floor master bdrm, central air, alarm, 3 car heated garage w/half bath, huge lot, located on dead-end street..........$650,000.

SAUGUS Unique mini estate 7 rm, 4 bedrm Col, 8 car gar, a carriage house, granite kit w/ new CT flr, diningrm, livingrm w/columns & built-ins, 2 baths, wrap around, covered farmer’s porch, lg lot, hardwood, 2 story gar, carriage house offers heat & electricity, newer roofs, 3 yr old above ground Gibraltar pool completes this one of a kind property..............$599,900.

SAUGUS Custom CE Col, 10+ rms, 4 bedrms, 3 ½ baths, NEW gourmet kit w/quartz counters & oversized island, huge 1st fl fmrm w/marble fp, incredible master suite, custom woodwork, hdwd, fin LL w/kitchenette, gorgeous backyd w/IG pool, 2 c gar, ALL amenities, located in Homeland Estates.............................................................................................................$959,900.

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LYNN ~ 2 bedroom condo, eat in kitchen, hardwood flooring, ocean views, short walk to public transportation. Call today!…………………$219,900

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SAUGUS ~ 2 bedroom cape, finished basement, 2 sheds, great location, convenient to center of town and major highways. ……………………………………………….…$335,000

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MELROSE~ Rehabbed colonial. New kitchen with quartz counters, SS appliances , new bathroom, new gas heating system, paver driveway, fresh paint throughout. Call today!………………………$699,900

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

SAUGUS~ Colonial, 3 Bedroom, 1.5 bathroom Detached garage, Fireplace living room, dead end street, gas heat. Hardwood flooring, Eat in kitchen………………………………….……$389,900

SAUGUS ~ 1 bedroom condo, remodeled bath, pool, biking and walking trail steps away., conveniently located .…………………….$189,900

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