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Malden Memorial Day activities begin Monday, May 29 at 9 a.m. oin the Malden community as the city remembers and honors the men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our nation’s freedom at a series of event that will take place on Memorial Day on Monday, May 29th. At 9AM, there will be a dedication of Colonel Joseph R. Cafarella Memorial Square at Judson and Newhall Streets. Joseph R. Cafarella who died last year at age 95 was a World War II Veteran retired from the United States Air Force after 36 years of service. A lifelong Malden resident, Col-

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onel Cafarella came from a distinguished family, many of whom served in the military. For his service in WWII, Colonel Cafarella was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, and Air Medal with six Clusters along with many other military awards. Joe’s brother, Private First Class Felix A. Cafarella, U.S. Army died on March 23, 1945 in Germany as a result of wounds received in action a few days earlier. At 10 AM the annual Memorial Day Parade will kick

MEMORIAL DAY | SEE PAGE 7

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Council begins 2018 budget review By Barbara Taormina here were no big surprises or battles brewing behind the $180 million budget proposal that Mayor Gary Christenson sent to the City Council this week. Revenue projections are up, school spending is increased enough to keep programs and services intact, a new parking department has been proposed and the budget earmarks $750,000 to replace lead pipes. “These budgets are never easy and this one is no different,� said Christenson in a letter written to introduce the 2018 budget. “I truly believe we are on the cusp of some great things happening in our city with the initiatives underway. In the meantime, we just have to continue to hang in there and work our way through this.�

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VETS SUPPORTING VETS: Thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts from all over New England and beyond came to Boston Harley-Davidson in Revere on Sunday in support of the annual wounded veteran’s charity motorcycle ride which drew over 5,000 riders. Shown in support of the event with BWVR founder Andy Biggs, second from right, are Malden Police Chief Kevin Molis; Ty M. Carter, Medal of Honor recipient from San Antonio, Texas; Biggio, and Dennis Moschella of Saugus, Vietnam veteran and retired US Marshal. See next week’s edition for photo highlights. (Advocate photo by JD Mitchell)

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The city expects to take in $4.1 million more in property taxes next year, an increase Christenson credits mostly to downtown development. State aid and money from local fees and fines are also expected go up. But even with those increases, Malden will still need to pull $6.5 million from the city reserve fund to balance the budget. “As in years past, the challenge remains on our need to utilize reserves to balance the budget but despite our ongoing structural imbalance, this budget, I believe, keeps Malden moving forward,� wrote Christenson. In the short term, Christenson said, this year’s free cash, or budget surplus, is expected to be $5 million and will cover most of the withdrawal from the city’s reserves. As for the remaining $1.4 million

drawdown on the city’s savings, Christenson said he expects revenues and spending to even out by 2020 when the city’s debt payments drop by $2 million and Malden starts collecting $1 million a year in mitigation payments from the Wynn Resorts casino in Everett. As for next year’s spending, the School Department budget is expected to grow by $1.8 million, or 2.7 percent, from $67.3 million this year to $69.2 million next year. Other departments will see small to moderate budget increases that will cover pay raises and other rising costs. The city’s healthcare bill is expected to go up by $2 million, and pension costs will rise by 6 percent from $9.5 million to $10.1 million.

BUDGET | SEE PAGE 13

Big plans for small squares By Barbara Taormina alden has been supporting its residential areas with a plan that highlights the city’s small squares and funds different types of improvements that spruce up these entry points into city neighborhoods. In the past, Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) money has been used for pedestrian safety improvements at Linden Square, for upgrades to Highland Avenue and for trees, flowers and flags in Faulkner Square at the intersection of Salem and Mt. Vernon Streets. This week, Ward 3 Councillor John Matheson proposed adding Oak Grove and Court House Squares to the list of Malden’s small squares so they

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can also be considered for future projects. “This is simply a message to the Malden Redevelopment Authority that if you are going to do more improvements, let’s not ignore Court House Square or Oak Grove,� he said. Councillors liked the idea so much that they jumped in with more small squares that could be added to the list. Ward 5 Councillor Barbara Murphy asked to officially add Faulkner Square to the small square initiative even though it has already received money for beautification. Ward 4 Councillor Ryan O’Malley pitched adding the retail area of upper Main Street from Clifton to Winter Streets to the small square list. The intersection at Cross, Willow and Bry-

ant Streets was also added to the list by Ward 7 Councillor Neal Anderson, who said that area was once known as Suffolk Square. Malden’s Small Square Initiative was passed by the City Council back in 2008 and is part of the 2010 master plan. The initiative calls for the Malden Redevelopment Authority and the Planning Board to work together to examine zoning regulation and development opportunities in city squares. The plan also calls for the protection and preservation of open space, pedestrian access, historically significant buildings, and view corridors. Judson Square was the first site to undergo a small-square makeover. Improvements included a new traffic island, landscaping, tree-planting, period lighting and traffic safety upgrades. Although small squares have retail areas, developing the city’s neighborhood gateways could potentially bring more shops and small businesses to the city’s neighborhoods. Matheson said both Court House and Oak Grove Squares are in low-to-moderate income neighborhoods and are eligible for CDBG-funded improvements.


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Salemwood students raise funds for Ghanan boy with rare cancer alemwood School 7th Graders were recently surprised by a visit from Channel 7 News, which had learned about the students’ diligent efforts to raise funds to help a boy across the world suffering from a rare eye cancer. The young boy, David, is from Ghana and became known to the students through teacher Jennifer Hedrington, whose sons currently live in Ghana where her parents are missionaries. The students have been in regular communication with Da-

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provide David with a prosthetic eye. A team of doctors have agreed to perform the surgery free of charge, and others have offered to match donations to assist the boy and his family

with future medical costs. To acknowledge the wonderful efforts of the students, Channel 7 contacted Hedrington about an upcoming “Class Act” segment. The Channel 7 News team surprised the students during an assembly to commend them for their humanitarian work. The segment will air on June 2 during the 6 a.m. broadcast.

Councillor O’Malley proposes suing the city over mitigation money By Barbara Taormina ard 4 Councillor Ryan O’Malley asked fellow councillors this week to hire a lawyer to help him sue the city over the improper use of the expendable trust fund.

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Councillors voted 10-1 against the proposal, but the discussion allowed O’Malley to, once again, spotlight what he considers an unfair use of the trust fund also known as mitigation money. The city collects mitiga-

tion money from developers whose large building projects increase density and traffic and otherwise impact city neighborhoods. According to a city ordinance, mitigation money is split with half going to the city’s mitigation development fund, which is controlled by Mayor Gary Christenson. The other half goes to the City Council and is divided into 11 smaller accounts, which are managed by individual councillors. Council mitigation accounts are meant to fund small neighborhood improvements, such as a crumbling sidewalk or a broken street light. Several weeks ago, $606,000 in mitigation money became available. Half of that money went to the mayor’s office. But rather than dividing the remaining money among the 11 councillors, the council voted to spend $303,000 on survey and design work for roads that will be repaired with a loan from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. At the time, O’Malley said he planned to use Ward 4’s share of the mitigation mon-

MONEY | SEE PAGE 16


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Mayor Gary Christenson helps kick off FOOGI’s annual Pawrade.

ayor Gary Christenson recently participated in the annual Pawrade of the Friends of Oak Grove, Inc. (FOOGI) – a one-mile pageant walk on the Bike Path from Roosevelt Park to the Dockside showcasing people of all ages with their pets in costume. Participants received a goody bag containing pet supplies and treats. At the conclusion of the walk, a “yappy hour” was held at the Dockside, where prizes were awarded for the best costume.

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YWCA’s 2nd annual Fun and Fit 5K Road Race

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Michael Drummey announces candidacy for re-election to Malen School Committee y name is Michael Drummey, and I am proud to announce my candidacy for re-election as the Ward 1 representative to the Malden School Committee. I am currently a member of the budget, public facilities and safety, negotiation, and the space and enrollment subcommittees. I also served on the superintendent search committee and worked diligently to select the candidate that best fit the needs of our students and school system. These experiences, coupled with my past two years of working with administrators, educators, and students has given me a healthy perspective on how this district sustains itself. A close-knit neighborhood school community is in my opinion, an essential part of a well-rounded educational environment. This is why I enjoy participating in the family events, such as Read Across America: Dr. Seuss Day, the Ice Cream Social and Family Fun Nights, at the Ferryway School. The present School Committee as a whole has a robust diversity of skills, personalities, and opinions which allows us to work for the benefit of the entire school system. While we don’t always agree on every issue, we method-

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Mayor Gary Christenson, State Representative Steve Ultrino and members of the community participated in the Malden YWCA’s second annual Fun and Fit 5K event on a sunny spring Sunday at Pine Banks Park. The race was sponsored in part by Brookline Bank, Eastern Bank, John B. Cruz Construction Company and the E.A. Stevens Insurance Co. Proceeds will support the YWCA Malden, which is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. For more information, please visit www. ywcamalden.org.

Nomination papers available June 20 for November 7 election omination papers will be available for the November 7 City Election on Tuesday, June 20. Nomination papers may be obtained at the City Clerk’s Office, which is located at 110 Pleasant St., only by a candidate or a person presenting the signed authorization for a candidate. The last day to obtain nomination papers for all candidates will be Friday, July 28. The last day to submit nomination papers will be no later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 1 for all candidates. Prior to obtaining nomina-

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tion papers, each candidate must file with the City Clerk’s Office a statement containing his/her name and address and the office for which he/she intends to run. Before any voter may be permitted to sign a nomination paper, paperwork must be completely filled out with the candidate’s name and address as they appear on the 2017 voting list, and the office to which he or she seeks nomination. In order to run for public office, a resident must be at least 18-years old, an American citizen and a registered

voter in the ward the resident is running for. The minimum number of signatures to be certified on nomination papers to place candidates on ballot is as follows: Ward councillor: signatures required: 50; term: two years; one councillor per ward; Councillor-at-Large: signatures required: 200; term: two years; three elected; and School Committee: signatures required: 50; term: two years; one per ward For more information please contact the City Clerk’s Office at 781-397-7116.

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~ Political Announcement ~

Iovino announces re-election campaign for school committee

Leonard Iovino ear Residents and Voters in Ward 4 ... My name is Leonard Iovino and I reside at 33 Spring Street with my wife Joanne. I want to take

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this opportunity to announce my candidacy for re-election to the Malden School Committee representing Ward 4. I thank you most sincerely for your past support, and I am asking for your continued support and your vote in the upcoming municipal elections scheduled for this coming fall. Let me assure you that my desire to continue to serve the parents, students and the Malden Public Schools has never been stronger. The Malden School Commit-

tee has worked consistently to ensure a quality education for all of its students. Our city has faced tough financial times and may continue to do so going forward. This situation is not unique to Malden. It is happening not just across Massachusetts, but all across our nation. As a taxpayer I am keenly aware of what our city can afford to spend, and I, along with other members of the school committee have kept a sharp eye on the “bottom line.” Faced with the continuing possibili-

Complete Streets Public Forum on June 12 ast fall Malden’s Complete Streets Policy went into effect; it is designed to enhance safety and accessibility for all the users of our streets, including pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, motorists and people of all ages and abilities. A Task Force was formed to assist in the development of a Prioritization Plan of possible projects so that the city government can pursue funding from the Massa-

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chusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT). The Task Force has been working with the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) and the firm Toole Design Group to identify and prioritize projects to improve safety, mobility and accessibility on Malden’s streets. At a public forum on March 29, the group gathered information from residents about potential locations for consideration. By

using this feedback and physically visiting the sites, a list of potential projects for a Prioritization Plan has been identified. Please join the Task Force, MAPC and Toole Design to learn more about the potential projects and to provide your input at a second Public Forum on Monday, June 12 from 6-8 p.m., at the Malden Senior Center Cafeteria, 7 Washington St., Malden.

ty of cuts to school budgets at the state and federal levels, my focus remains the same. I want to ensure a high quality educational experience while maintaining fiscal responsibility. The current student enrollment in Malden is 6,794 students and includes students with a wide range of educational, emotional, and physical challenges. Additionally, a large number of our children come from homes where English is not the family’s first language. Our mission of ensuring quality education for all is not only a quality of life issue, it is mandated by state and federal laws. Educating children requires that parents maintain a strong, equal partnership with their child’s teacher. This partnership builds accountability,

transparency, and a mutual respect. Because I spent nearly thirty-six (36) years in the Malden Public Schools as both a teacher and principal, I understand that partnership. I believe that I have the ability, qualifications, and knowledge of the issues that need solutions. I am a focused individual who listens intently and who values building a consensus to reach a decision. I have the experience to help children, parents, and taxpayers of Malden attain the highest quality educational experience possible while addressing the fiscal realities in which all of us must live. Therefore, I ask for your continued support and for your vote in the upcoming city elections this fall. Sincerely, Leonard Iovino

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City considers street-sweeping signs By Barbara Taormina he Traffic Commission and the City Council have agreed to work together to post signs warning residents about restricted parking for street-sweeping and the city’s new $50 fine. Some councillors have objected to the commission’s recent decision to double the fine without first posting signs that inform residents when streets are scheduled to be swept and when they could get hit with a $50 ticket. The council approved a resolution to support the city’s municipal hearing officers who might waive fines for residents who appeal street-sweeping parking tickets. The Traffic Commission met with the council this week to explain how and why the fine was doubled. Police Chief Kevin Molis said the commission voted unanimously to boost the fine after learning that cars were often parked in the way of street sweepers. “It’s always been a violation,” said Molis who heads up the commission. “We didn’t create a new law.” The city is using posts on social media, reverse 911

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he said. “Constituents deserve some notice through signage.” Councillor David D’Arcangelo agreed and slammed the fines from a different angle. “If there’s a notion out there that these fines are going towards improving the roads, that’s specious at best,” he said. Fines are collected and fed into the city’s general fund. A plan to have teens in the city’s summer jobs program post temporary streetsweeping signs throughout the city was floated by Ward 2 Councillor Paul Condon. He also suggested that councillors could pay for the signs with mitigation money collected from developers to compensate for the impact of new building projects. “I think you get the sense of what we’re looking for,” Ward 7 Councillor Neal Anderson told Molis. “We want clean streets and equitable treatment.” Molis agreed to work with a small group of councillors on possible street-sweeping signs. “I will look into what can be done to affix something on existing signs that will be additional notice,” he said.

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MEMORIAL DAY | SEE PAGE 1 off at the corner of Salem, Ferry, and Main Streets and will proceed north on Main Street to Forest Street and into Forest Dale Cemetery. There will be a short ceremony at Forest Dale Cemetery, then the parade will resume onto Pierce Street, turn right onto Salem Street and will end at the corner of Salem, Ferry, and Main Streets. The Grand Marshal for this year’s parade will be Malden resident Malcolm “Mac” Bennett, 90, a World War II U.S. Coast Guard veteran and a true public servant who served his country faithfully in the military and later as a police officer and a firefighter in the City of Malden. He also served as the Commander of VFW Post

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Housing Families Inc. launches backpack drive Mystic Valley softball team beats Chelsea ystic Valley Regional Charter Schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s softball team keeps rolling along, picking up a 6-3 win over Chelsea. Striking out 12 batters, Emma McGlynn kept the Chelsea bats at bay on her way to a complete game victory. The Eagles played another very strong defensive game, which was a key factor in the win. The defensive tone was set early when the first batter for Chelsea hit a rocket down to third base that caromed off Ashley Hynesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s foot right to shortstop Anastasia Bessler, who grabbed the ball and threw a laser to Brianna Paris at first to get the first out. The Eagles had a well-balanced attack on offense led by Sam McGlynn, who went 4 for 4 with 2 RBIs; she was joined on the offensive stat sheet by Bessler (2 for 4), Brianna Paris (3 for 4 with an RBI), Ashely Hynes (2 for 4 with an RBI), Brianna Nogueira (1 for 3 with an RBI) and Lexi Lariviere, who had a pinch hit single. The girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; record now stands at 15-3 with two games left in the regular seaEmma McGlynn on the mound son.

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Positives outshine negatives for Golden Tornadoes baseball season By Julian Cardillo alden High School’s baseball team finished the season on a high note, winning three of their last four regular season games. With an 8-12 record, the Golden Tornadoes are out of playoff contention, but head coach Steve Freker is pleased by what he saw from his team in their last outings of the year. “We had kind of an up and down season, but I’m glad we finished on a high note,” said Freker. “It was tough at times. I think we lost six in a row at one point … I’m really impressed with our guys. We showed toughness and we were always fighting.” Malden made an appearance in the Strike Out Colon Cancer Tournament in East Boston last weekend. They reached the semifinal after edging Saugus, 8-7, in the first round on Saturday, but lost in the final to East

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Boston. Against the Sachems, whom Freker coached last year, Malden got some revenge. It was less than a month ago that Saugus clobbered the Golden Tornadoes in Malden; however, this time Malden was ready. Kevin Gilligan pitched five innings of three-hit baseball. Malden started off down 3-0, but managed to rally and tie the game, 3-3. Saugus took a 5-3 lead, but the Golden Tornadoes offense came back and exploded in the waning innings. Jimmy Pandolfo and Mike Goroshko picked up the big RBIs for Malden in the win. On Sunday, Malden and East Boston engaged in a pitchers’ duel in the final. Malden’s Matt Geer went the distance and allowed just three hits while striking out nine. More impressive was East Boston’s Jake Scanlan, who had a two-hitter and struck out 11. Reid Kankel singled to score Lou LoConte

MHS SENIOR PRIDE: Seven seniors – Nicholas Ansaldi, James Calo, James Pandolfo, Matthew Geer, Kyle Twomey, Nasiah Turner, and Steve Morales – will graduate from this year’s Golden Tornadoes varsity baseball team. Coach Steve Freker recognized the seniors before their last game of the season against Melrose. The Golden Tornadoes went out on a high-note in that game, toppling Melrose 5-1. (Advocate file photo)

for Malden’s lone run. Then, on Monday evening, Malden celebrated Senior Night against Melrose. The Golden Tornadoes won, 5-1. Kyle Toomey went the distance for Malden and conceded just three hits with eight strikeouts. A pair of doubles by James Calo and Kankel accounted for all of

the Golden Tornadoes’ runs in the fifth inning. Prior to the game Freker recognized all seven seniors: Nicholas Ansaldi, Calo, Geer, Steve Morales, Pandolfo, Toomey and Nasiah Turner. Though a veteran group of players is leaving, Freker said he is excited about the future.

“I think it’s looking really bright for our program,” he said. “We were able to finish the season on a high note. A lot of the games we lost, the scores don’t do us justice. And our JV and freshman teams strung together some nice wins for our program down the stretch.”

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Beacon Hill Roll Call By Bob Katzen THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Hill Roll Call records local representatives’ votes on roll calls from late April sessions. There were no roll calls in the House or Senate last week. ADOPTION TAX CREDIT (H 3600) House 47-110, rejected an amendment that would give adoptive parents up to a $1,000 tax credit to cover adoption expenses. Amendment supporters said this will encourage more adoption and help these selfless parents meet some of the expenses which can amount to thousands of dollars. Amendment opponents said the sponsors did not do a cost analysis to determine what the fiscal impact on the state budget and other programs would be. (A “Yes” vote is for the $1,000 tax credit. A “No” vote is against it.) Rep. Paul Donato No Rep. Steven Ultrino No

CREATE COLLEGE AFFORDABILITY COMMISSION (H 3600) House 38-120, rejected an amendment that would create a 16-member College Affordability Commission to examine the contributing factors to rising costs at colleges and universities. The committee would hold public hearings and provide the Legislature with its findings and recommendations by March 1, 2018. Amendment supporters said rising costs are pricing students out of college or leaving them with huge student loan debts. Amendment opponents said the Committee on Higher Education has a Subcommittee on Student Loans and Debt that is already working on this issue. (A “Yes” vote is for creating the commission. A “No” vote is against it.) Rep. Paul Donato No Rep. Steven Ultrino No

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LICENSING FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION ADVISERS (H 3600) House 27-131, rejected an amendment that would require special education advisors to be regulated and licensed by the state. Special education advisors help the families of special education needs children navigate through the complicated world of special education and advise them on understanding their rights and how to receive appropriate services for their child. The regulations would be drafted by the state’s Special Education Advisory Council which is comprised of individuals involved in or concerned with the education of children with disabilities. Supporters said special education advisors currently are completely unregulated and do not need a license or any minimum amount of training. Opponents said they don’t necessarily oppose the licensing and regulation of these advisors but argued the idea has not been debated at length and/or subject to a public hearing. They questioned whether the Special Education Advisory Council should be the entity that drafts the regulations. (A “Yes” vote is for requiring special education advisors to be licensed and regulated. A “No” vote is against it.) Rep. Paul Donato No Rep. Steven Ultrino No

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Mystic Valley baseball team upsets Saugus he Mystic Valley Regional Charter School’s Eagles baseball team upset Saugus High School, on Sunday, in the final game of the “Strike out Colon Cancer Tournament.”The Eagles’ available pitching was limited, and the team was worn out from playing part of a stretch of six

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games in eight days – but that did not stop the Eagles from giving everything they had. Hunter Kreis, Tommy Callanan and Andrew Hogan all pitched to combine for the 5-3 win. It was a 1-0 game until the 5th when the Eagles exploded for 5 runs, all coming with 2 outs,

capped by a 3-run home run by senior Danny Riley. Andrew Hogan came into pitch in the final inning to secure the 5-3 win. The Eagles are now 9-6 and look to finish off the final three games of the regular season on a high note before the State Tournament.

Fertilization/Weed Control applications to parks and schools, Saturday, May 27 he Department of Public Works will be applying fertilizer and a weed control application to the parks on Saturday May 27th (weather permitting). Upon completion, flags will be placed at the entrance to the park and along the field. Areas of treatment will also be marked off with yellow caution tape. The recommendation is that

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Emily Sarah Christine Rittershaus engaged to Richard Benjamin Haggett

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sticker parking to Malden. That total includes $336,402 for salaries for mostly parttime parking enforcement officers and another $99,762 for vehicles, overtime equipment and other operating costs.

City councillors voted to send the mayorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s budget proposal to the Finance Committee for review. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s where the real work begins,â&#x20AC;? said Council President Peg Crowe.

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Mystic Valley inducts 28 into National Honor Society

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he Mystic Valley Regional Charter School recently inducted 28 new members into the school’s chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS). The Mystic Valley Regional Charter School 2016 NHS inductees are Isabella Addison, Christina Bibilos, Connie Cheung, Jonah Crain, Joshua Cram, Nicola D’Alleva, Cole Feely, Romish Khatri, Alexander Maher, Matthew Mail, Talia Mamayek, Samantha McGlynn, Savanna Moy, Amy Ngan,

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year were also announced at the ceremony. They are as follows: President, Emily Daponte; Vice President, Hannah DiGiovanni; Secretary, Taylor Gibson; Treasurer, Sarah Elkouram; and Historian, Hannah Stewart. The National Constitution of NHS and the local chapter bylaws govern the NHS chapters. The rules for membership are based on a student’s outstanding performance in the areas of Scholarship, Service, Leadership, and Character. These criteria for selection form the foundation on which the organization and its activities are built. Scholarship: Students who have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or a higher cumulative average are then eligible for consideration on the basis of service, leadership and character. Service: This quality is defined through the voluntary contributions made by a student to the school or community, done without compensation and with a positive, courteous and enthusiastic spirit. Leadership: Student leaders are those who are resourceful, good problem solvers, promoters of school activities, idea-contributors, dependable and exemplify positive attitudes about life. Leadership experiences can be drawn from school or community activities while working with or for others. Character: The student of good character upholds principles of morality and ethics, is cooperative, demonstrates high standards of honesty and reliability, shows courtesy, concern, and respect for others and generally maintains a good and clean lifestyle. After the ceremony, Mystic Valley’s Interim Director, Alex Dan, said, “All of us at Mystic Valley are proud of the 28 NHS inductees. We look forward to working with them as they continue to develop service leaders within the school and our community.”


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Memorial Day 2017

Though we can never repay our debt to them, we honor those men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice to preserve our Freedom.

State Representative

Steven Ultrino State Representative

Paul J. Donato Ward 5 Councillor

Barbara Murphy Ward 6 Councillor

Neil Kinnon Ward 8 Councillor

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Ryan O’Malley


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MONEY | SEE PAGE 2 ey on two crosswalks accessible to people with disabilities. But the council voted 10-1 to spend the entire amount on roads. This week, O’Malley questioned that decision and asked the council to approve a resolution stating that the vote bucked city rules. “We voted to appropriate that money contrary to city ordinance,” he said. O’Malley said downtown development projects in Ward 4 are generating most of the mitigation money coming into the city, but the funds are being spent in other parts of the city. “If I didn’t bring this to your attention, I don’t think I would be doing Ward 4 justice,” he said. Councillors refused O’Malley’s request to recognize that the decision to spend the mitigation money on road design contradicted the city ordinance. “I live in Ward 7 but I drive on the roads in Ward 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8,” said Councillor Neal Anderson. “We need to be working collectively.” The council then rejected O’Malley’s request that the city hire a lawyer to take the question of mitigation money to court with another 10-1 vote. “State law requires that mitigation money have a nexus between the development and a real impact on the neighborhood,” he said. “It needs to be based in reality.” O’Malley added that it’s not unheard of for different municipal departments in a city to go to superior court and ask for a decision on a disagreement or conflict. He said he has asked for information and advice from the city solicitor and the controller, but has received no response. But Councillor-at-Large David D’Arcangelo told O’Malley he was approaching the mitigation money issue in the wrong way. “If you don’t like the formula, let’s change the formula,” he said. Councillor-at-Large Craig Spadafora, chairman of the Ordinance Committee, said he intends to do exactly that. Spadafora said he will propose changing the ordinance so that the council’s mitigation money is pooled and applied toward citywide projects and improvements. “We will put it towards nothing but infrastructure,” he said. “That way we can avoid fighting as a body about splitting it up 11 ways.”

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE - Friday, May 26, 2017

BEACON | SEE PAGE 11 CONTINUE BUDGET SESSION AFTER 9 P.M. UNTIL MIDNIGHT House 127-31, suspended rules to allow the House to meet beyond 9 p.m. and continue until midnight if necessary. Supporters of rule suspension

said it is important to remain in session to finish action on the very important state budget. Opponents of rule suspension said it is irresponsible for the House to act on the budget late at night when taxpayers are asleep. The House session continued until 10:16 p.m. (A “Yes” vote is for allowing

the session to continue beyond 9 p.m. A “No” vote is against allowing it.) Rep. Paul Donato Yes Rep. Steven Ultrino Yes H O W LO N G WA S L A S T 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,

BEACON | SEE PAGE 17


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MALDEN ARRESTS Tuesday, May 2 Cassandra Goldblatt of 29 Richardson St., Malden, was charged with an arrest warrant. James Ward of 32 Holyoke St., Malden, was charged with an arrest warrant.

Wednesday, May 3

was charged with trespassing. Joel Rodriguez Singletary, address unknown, was charged with vehicle identification number not displayed, with unregistered motor vehicle, with uninsured motor vehicle, with attaching plates and with drinking from open container of alcohol.

Monday, May 8

Luis Perez of 5052 Pleasant St., Lynn, was charged with distributing a Class A drug and with possession to distribute a Class A drug.

Jarren Smith of 33 Bellingham St., Chelsea, was charged with unlawful possession of fireworks, with license suspended and with drinking from an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle.

Thursday, May 4 Reginald Bly of 34 Holyoke St., Malden, was charged with an arrest warrant. Caitlin Agresti of 106 Central Ave., Everett, was charged with an arrest warrant.

Tuesday, May 9 Richard Duffy of 127 Glendale St., Everett, was charged with an arrest warrant.

Wednesday, May 10

Friday, May 5 Paul Colleran, address unknown/Malden, was charged with disorderly conduct, with trespassing and with resisting arrest.

Sunday, May 7 Alexis Rodriguez, of Mattapan,

Fritz Odilon of 240 Albany St., Cambridge, was charged with assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, with assault & battery, with strangulation or suffocation, with malicious destruction of property (under $250) and with larceny (under $250). Luis Perez of Sandown, N.H., was charged with an arrest warrant.

Thursday, May 11 Lex Chamblin of 82 Adams St., Malden, was charged with an arrest warrant. John Simonelli of 21 Lisbon St., Malden, was charged with an arrest warrant. Carl Esperance of 13 Prescott St., Everett was charged with an arrest warrant. John Marciano of 24 Pagum St., Malden, was charged with an arrest warrant.

Saturday, May 13 Minerva Rodriguez of 70 Durso Ave., Malden, was charged with operating under the influence of liquor and with marked lanes violation.

Monday, May 15 Kimberly Reynolds of 41 Richardson Ave., Wakefield, was charged with lewd, wanton & lascivious conduct. Kevin Kelly of 80 Main St., Malden, was charged with disorderly conduct.

Michael Cataldo-Lever of 142 Highland Ave., Malden, was charged with an arrest warrant.

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Byron Diaz of Dedham was charged with disorderly conduct.

Anthony Solis of 2 Webster St., Malden, was charged with an arrest warrant. Raul Rivera of 41 Orient St., Malden, was charged with an arrest warrant.

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Saturday, May 20 Allister Douglas of 172 Linden Ave., Malden, was charged with two counts of strangulation or suffocation and with assault & battery.

BEACON | SEE PAGE 16

for a total of 23 minutes.

constituent work and other matters that are important to their districts. Critics say that the Legislature does not meet regularly or long enough to debate and vote in public view on the thousands of pieces of legislation that have been filed. They note that the infrequency and brief length of sessions are misguided and lead to irresponsible late night sessions and a mad rush to act on dozens of bills in the days immediately preceding the end of an annual session. During the week of May 1519, the House met for a total of 27 minutes and the Senate met

Mon. May 15 House 11:00 a.m. to 11:19 a.m. Senate 11:02 a.m. to 11:13 a.m. Tues. May 16 No House session No Senate session Wed. May 17 No House session No Senate session. Thurs. May 18 House 11:04 a.m. to 11:12 a.m. Senate 11:15 a.m. to 11:27 a.m. Fri. May 19 No House session No Senate session Bob Katzen welcomes feedback at bob@beaconhillrollcall.com

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~ Obituaries ~ Francis J. Doherty

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MALDEN PLANNING BOARD and MALDEN CITY COUNCIL ORDINANCE COMMITTEE PUBLIC HEARING The Malden Planning Board and Malden City Council Ordinance Committee will jointly hold a public hearing in the JOHN & CHRISTINA MARKEY MALDEN SENIOR COMMUNITY CENTER, 7 Washington Street, Malden, MA at 7:00 P.M. on WEDNESDAY, June 14, 2017 to further amend the following sections of Chapter 12 of the Revised Ordinances of 1991, as Amended, of City of Malden: I.

Sections 300.3, 400.1, 500.1 & 800.6 To establish use regulations, dimensional controls, parking regulations and a definition for Adult Specialty Retail Sales of alcohol, marijuana, nicotine and tobacco (CCP 225/2017).

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Section 800.3.3.1 To establish a moratorium on permits for recreational marijuana retail sales for 12-months to allow the City time to obtain voter input and to consider amendments to the ordinance (CCP 248/2017).

Full text of each proposed amendment (CCP ##225/2017 and 248/2017) is on file with City Planner, Permits, Inspections and Planning, 2nd Floor, and City Clerk, 1st Floor, 110 Pleasant Street, Malden, MA.

By: Kenneth Antonucci, Clerk Malden Planning Board

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OBITUARIES | SEE PAGE 18 of North Reading. Dear brother of Jean Romeo & her husband Rocky of Malden, David Ciccotelli & his wife Jill of Methuen & the late Dorothy Dean. He is also survived by 5 grandchildren & 4 great-grandchildren. Funeral was held from the A. J. Spadafora Funeral Home, Malden on Friday, May 19, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in Saint Josephâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Church, Malden. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden. For guestbook visit www.spadaforafuneral.com

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$1800/MONTH

CALL SANDY FOR MORE DETAILS.

PLEASE CALL MARIA OR ROSEMARIE FOR DETAILS.

NEWLY LISTED

NEWLY LISTED

APARTMENT FOR RENT

6 OFFICE RENTALS

SOLD BY NORMA AS BUYERS AGENT!

SOLD BY SANDY!

SOLD BY DENISE!

SOLD BY DENISE!

394 LOWELL STREET Peabody, MA

19 GILMORE STREET Everett, MA - $498,900

74 BALDWIN AVENUE Everett, MA - $474,900

22 FREEMAN AVENUE Everett, MA - $330,000

NEWLY LISTED

WITH HEAT AND ELECTRIC INCLUDED! CALL NORMA FOR MORE DETAILS.

SOLD BY SANDY AS BUYERS AGENT!

SOLD BY SANDY!

SOLD BY MARIA!

20 GATEWAY LANE Lynn, MA

SOLD BY DENISE AS BUYERS AGENT!

474 REVERE BEACH BOULEVARD - Revere, MA

3 LAUREL STREET Malden, MA - $475,000

Joe DiNuzzo - Broker Associate

Norma Capuano Parziale - Agent

Denise Matarazzo - Agent

Sandy Juliano - Broker

Rosemarie Ciampi - Agent

THREE BEDROOM

$1900/ MONTH CALL NORMA FOR MORE DETAILS.

PRICES RANGE FROM

$336 -> $819

Open Daily From 10:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. 433 Broadway, Suite B, Everett, MA 02149

www.jrs-properties.com

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Jessica Jago - Agent

617.544.6274

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