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            Everett Independent                                                                                                    Wednesday, August 22, 2012
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Published by the Independent Newspaper Co.

    THE NEWS                                                                                                                                                                                                   Schools Open
Thank you                                                                                                                                                                                                  Tuesday, August 28th opening
Senator                                                                                                                                                                                                    day for Everett Public Schools
DiDomenico                                                                                                                                                                                                          Special to the Independent

                                                                                                                                                                                                              Public Schools Superinten-
         By Joshua Resnek                                                                                                                                                                                  dent Frederick F. Foresteire
                                                                                                                                                                                                           announced that Everett Public
   Headlines never tell the                                                                                                                                                                                Schools will open for the 2012-
whole story about the major                                                                                                                                                                                2013 school year on Tuesday,
news stories that effect our                                                                                                                                                                               August 28th for all students in
lives.                                                                                                                                                                                                     Grades One through Eight, as
   Such a headline and such a                                                                                                                                                                              well as all Grade Nine students
story about the bill signed by                                                                                                                                                                             attending Everett High School
the governor last week that                                                                                                                                                                                for the first time. They should
stops ethanol from being trans-                                                                                                                                                                            report to their respective
ported through Everett qualifies                                                                                                                                                                           schools no later than 7:45am
in both ways.                                                                                                                                                                                              on that Tuesday. Grades one                                                             Frederick F. Foresteire
   Our headline praised Sena-                                                                                                                                                                              through eight will be dismissed                                                             Public Schools
tor Anthony Petruccelli (D-                                                                                                                                                                                at noontime and Grade nine at                                                              Superintendent
East Boston) because it was his                                                                                                                                                                            2:15 p.m.
amendment. And we praised the                                                                                                                                                                                 On Wednesday, August                                                        exception; a record-breaking
governor because he signed the
bill that put the kibosh on hav-
                                             EVERETT REC ANNUAL FENWAY FIELD TRIP                                                                                                                          29th, all Kindergarten stu-                                                    6,700 students are expected
                                                                                                                                                                                                           dents who have registered                                                      to enroll for the opening of
ing 60 car freight trains loaded                                                                                                                                                                           and all students in Grade Ten
                                         On Saturday, August 18th, the Recreation Center enjoyed their yearly field trip to Fenway Park                                                                                                                                                   school, according to Superin-
with ethanol passing through                                                                                                                                                                               (sophomores), Grade Eleven
                                      in Boston to take part in the Futures at Fenway festivities. See more photos on page 9.                                                                                                                                                             tendent Foresteire.
Everett twice weekly.                                                                                                                                                                                      (juniors), and Grade Twelve
   Now ethanol can’t pass                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Parents who still have ques-
                                                                                                                                                                                                           (seniors) are to report to their                                               tions about school opening
through Everett at all.
   A closer look, however, re-        Vacant seats filled at Common Council meeting                                                                                                                         respective schools no later than
                                                                                                                                                                                                           7:45am that day. Students will
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          days, school hours, or pro-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          grams offered after school
veals that our state senator, Sal                                                                                                                                                                          be dismissed at the regular time
DiDomenico co-sponsored the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               should contact the Everett Pub-
                                                     By Sasha Mishkin                                                                                                                                      of 2:15 p.m. that day.                                                         lic Schools Parent Information
amendment to the transpor-                                                                                                                                                                                    School enrollments in Ev-
tation bond bill that stopped            In a surprise underdog tak-                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Center, located in the High
                                                                                                                                                                                                           erett public schools have been                                                 School on Elm Street, or call
ethanol from coming through           ing of the Ward One seat,
                                                                                                                                                                                                           at an all-time high over the last                                              the Center at 617-394-2490.
Everett.                              Cheryl Landry defeated former
                                                                                                                                                                                                           five years; with Everett student
   Not only did he do this, but       Councilor Peter Napolitano to
                                                                                                                                                                                                           population rising by more than
contacted the conference com-         become a councilor in Ward
                                                                                                                                                                                                           20%. This year will be no                                                          Please see SCHOOLS Page 2
mittee and urged each of its          One by an 11-3 final vote.
members to include the ban in         The vacant seat in Ward Three
the bill.                             was filled by Leonard Jordan
   And they did.                      who ran unopposed. Napoli-
                                      tano seemed to be the popular
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           FIXED RATE
   This amendment stops etha-
nol from being transported
through Boston, Cambridge,
                                      vote amongst residents who
                                      approached the microphone,                                                                                                                                                                       MORTGAGES
Somerville and into Everett,          speaking words of praise for
                                      their former leader for all to
                                                                                                                    Mayor Carlo DeMaria welcomed Cheryl Landry, new Coun-                                                                                NO POINTS
Chelsea, East Boston and Re-                                                                                        cilor for Ward 1, and Leonard Jordan, new Councilor for
vere.                                 hear.
   It was about as important as          “He’s done a lot of work
                                                                                                                    Ward 3, to the Everett City Council. Landry and Jordan were
                                                                                                                    selected to ll vacancies in their respective wards at the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    15-YEAR                                                                30-YEAR

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    2 3.
an amendment gets – and Sena-         on his service here in the city                                               Common Council meeting on Monday, August 20th.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            990%                                                                    625%
tor DiDomenico worked dili-           of Everett,” voiced supporter
gently for it.                        Molly Cahill. “I think that he’s
   In addition, Senator DiDo-         a voice of the people,” added                                                  tage Street with his wife Viv-                       "I served six consecutive

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            . RATE
menico was tough with the             resident Catherine Mack.                                                       ian and their four children, and                  years on Ward One and took a
                                                                                                                     showers his family and neigh-                     break to pursue higher office.
Department of Environmental
Protection, expressing his firm
                                         A lifelong resident of Ever-
                                      ett, Napolitano first served on                                                bors with his 53 years of Ever-                   The bottom line is I've earned                                                                                                                     RATE
opposition to Global Petro-           the Everett Common Coun-                                                       ett pride. His dedication to the                  the confidence of people in

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    3 . 3.
leum’s application for the right      cil in 1999 after serving eight                                                city can never be challenged as                   Ward One…When my resi-

                                                                                                                                                                                                                      055% 661%
                                      years on active duty in the                                                    he is an active member in the                     dents call me up and they have
                                      United States Navy. He lives in                                                community, serving on various                     a problem, they get action. All
    Please see NEWS Page 2            the house he grew up in on Cot-                                                boards and committees.                            I'm asking of you is an opportu-
                                                                                                                                                                       nity to come back and do what

The time is now: Everett’s                                                                                                                                             I do best—serve my constitu-
                                                                                                                                                                       ents,” Napolitano said.
                                                                                                                                                                          And while Napolitano’s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           APR*                                                           APR*
Capital Improvement Plan                                                                                                                                               knowledge and enthusiasm
                                                                                                                                                                       for the city of Everett was in-
                                                                                                                                                                       valuable to council members                                                                                                                              For more rates
                                      the park overhaul will hopefully                                              this community in movement,                        charged with the task of choos-                                                                                                                       visit our web site at
         By Sasha Mishkin
                                      be a motivational catalyst for                                                get kids off their Gameboys,”                      ing a leader for Ward One, they                                                                                                                      www.everettbank.com
   With outlined improvements         sedentary Everett residents to                                                said Councilor Sergio Cornelio                     chose to go in a different direc-
for Glendale Park finalized, resi-    get active.                                                                   who attributed the success of his                  tion.
                                                                                                                                                                          Councilor Wayne Matews-                                                         Mortgage Department
dents have been waiting for an           Jodi Lava, a Health and Well-                                              slim physique to Everett’s well-
official appropriation of costs for   ness Coordinator for Everett                                                  ness options at Glendale Park.                     ky recommended the modest                                                      617-381-3615 or 617-381-3616                                                          Member FDIC
the project. At this week’s Ever-     Public Schools made a case for                                                “It’s very vital to our commu-                     Cheryl Landry, speaking of             NMLS # 443050                           419 Broadway ~ Everett, MA                                                             Member SIF

ett Common Council meeting,           the park using the argument                                                                                                      Landry in good faith based on        *Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is effective August 20 2012 and is subject to change. All Rates and APR’s are calculated based on a $200,000 loan for an
                                      that most of Everett’s youth is                                                                                                                                       owner occupied single family dwelling with 20% down payment. Rates are also based on Loan to Value and Credit Scores. The monthly principal and
Councilors voted unanimously                                                                                                                                                                                interest payment for 15 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage is $6.90 per $1,000 borrowed. Monthly principal and interest payment for 30 Fixed Rate Mortgage is
                                                                                                                             Please see PLAN Page 2                         Please see LANDRY Page 2
to use $7,015,767 towards capi-       severely overweight, and the                                                                                                                                          $4.56 per $1,000 borrowed. These payments do not include taxes and insurance. Your payment may be greater if the loan is secured by a first lien.
tal projects, with $2,100,000         remodeled Glendale Park would
specified for Glendale Park.          help push children off of the
   Everett High School students       couch and onto the grass. “We                                                                                                             13th Annual
and teachers attended the meet-       use the park for physical educa-                                                                                                                                                                                                   Messinger Insurance
ing solely for this agenda item,
and left in high spirits when it
was concluded that reconstruc-
                                      tion, sports, extracurricular ac-
                                      tivities…it's such a great sense of
                                      community. Right now there’s a
                                                                                                                                                                        Beach                                                                                            Agency, Inc.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         475 Broadway
tion for the recreational space
would soon be underway.
   Matthew Hawk, an Everett
High School baseball player,
                                      huge childhood obesity problem
                                      going on…so any free space to
                                      work out is a great thing.”
                                         “We need to start taking care
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Schools C             ONTINUED FROM       PAGE 1                                                             Farm to table: From Everett’s
                                    be available in the High School
                                    cafeteria on Tuesday, August
                                                                        ett are eligible to register those
                                                                        children for Everett Public
                                                                                                             farmers to your kitchen table
SCHOOL REPAIRS                      28th.                               Schools Pre School Program.                  By Sasha Mishkin
   Superintendent of Public            “Our freshmen orientation        Children must be registered
Schools Frederick F. Foreste-       is held one day ahead of ac-        in advance for the Pre School            Farmers’ markets have been
ire said that the masonry and       tual classes to help bring new      Program no later than Tuesday,       cropping up all over the coun-
lintel repairs on the Albert N.     students more efficiently into       August 28th this year.               try for locals to peruse natu-
Parlin School located at 587        a larger, more complicated             “This is a very popular pro-      rally and organically grown
Broadway are now scheduled          High School learning environ-       gram” Superintendent Foreste-        produce over which earnest
to be completed while schools       ment” the Superintendent said.      ire said, “and any parent who        entrepreneurs preside. Chunks
are in session, but that should     “Freshmen students also seem        delays registering an eligible       of cheese, dirt-dusted beets,
not be a safety issue for those     to find it easier to ask questions   child may face a long waiting        freshly ground cups of coffee,
using the school.                   without the distraction of the      list for acceptance.”                still hot multi-grain bread…
   “I have been in contact          full attendance of upperclass-         The number of three-year-         these are a few stands typically
with the Mayor and the city’s       men.”                               old children that will be ac-        seen at the new favored week-
Building Inspector on the issue     HIGH SCHOOL OPENS                   cepted in the Pre School Pro-        end hotspot. And now, Everett
of safety at the Parlin School      FOR GRADES 10, 11, 12               gram will depend on how              residents have a chance to take
during these repairs, and a         WEDNESDAY, AUG. 29TH                much space is available after        advantage of the summer’s
chain-link fence will be in-           Reporting for their first day     all eligible four-year-olds have     harvest.
stalled around the perimeter of     of school one day later on          been registered and assigned             From 3 to 7 p.m. in Everett
the building to prevent anyone      Wednesday, August 29th are          schools. The Everett Public          Square, the city’s most excel-
from walking under or near          High School students in Grades      Schools Pre School Program is        lent vendors will set up shop
the school’s roof line, where       Ten, Eleven, and Twelve at          offered at the Webster School        for the Everett Farmer’s Mar-
the majority of repairs are to      7:45am.                             located at 30 Dartmouth Street       ket. Vendors include Alzheim-
be done” said Superintendent           Superintendent Frederick F.      and the Adams School located         er’s Association, Clearview
Foresteire.                         Foresteire explained that the       at 8 Tileston Street.                Farm, Common Ground Cof-
   “Furthermore,       all    the   staggered reporting times for          Everett’s Pre School Pro-         fee, Dick's Market Garden, DJ
school’s entranceways will be       High School students in dif-        gram provides an opportunity         Jasper, ECHP-SAC, Elegant
covered by a reinforced netting     ferent grades will help both        for children to start learning       Jewelry, JCCHCE, Kaleido-
as a precaution” the Superin-       students and teachers cope          in a formal environment. The         scopesoap, Nagog Hill Farm,
tendent said.                       with another record enrollment      program also offers an op-           Next Step Living Inc and Pi-
   “We take the safety of our       again this school year.             portunity for children to build      antedosi Bread.                     an environment where all resi-       has been around has been a tre-
students, parents, staff and vis-      “Our sophomore (Grade            relationships with other chil-           Instead of stocking up on       dents have access to healthy         mendous success. Not only is
itors very seriously” Superin-      10), junior (Grade 11), and se-     dren outside their families, an      frozen vegetables that can          and affordable food.                 it a great stimulus for the local
tendent Foresteire emphasized,      nior (Grade 12) High School         important social step for chil-      mysteriously stay in the freezer       The federal farm bill passed      economy, but it is a successful
and added that he has been          students should report one day      dren who may not have had the        for years and never go bad, the     by the Senate last month has         way for lower-income families
assured by the city that these      later on Wednesday, August          experience of neighborhood           fresh movement of local food        provisions to support farm-          to afford healthier foods and
safety measures will offer ad-      29th at 7:45am for a regu-          playmates their own age. And         has people thinking and eating      ers’ markets. The bill will cost     receive education about the
equate protection.                  lar class day” Superintendent       for children who are ready for       healthier. Produce cultivated       about $1 trillion over the next      benefits of farm-produced veg-
   The request for repairs at the   Foresteire said.                    a structured learning environ-       from the farm is much more          10 years, financing dozens of         etables and fruits.
Parlin School was submitted to         Students in the three upper      ment, this Pre School Program        vibrant than anything store-        price support and crop insur-            Local artists will also have
the city by the School Commit-      High School classes (Grades         may help smooth the transition       bought, and in turn, so is the      ance programs for farmers and        stands, selling handmade jew-
tee in March of this year along     10, 11, and 12) will be ad-         into Kindergarten.                   local economy.                      food assistance for low-income       elry and crafts. Make your
with an urgent appeal to have       vised through the mail of their     KINDERGARTEN                             The Everett Farmer’s Market     families.                            weekly grocery list, bring a re-
the necessary work complet-         homeroom assignments for            STUDENTS REPORT ON                   is run in conjuction with Ener-        Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr. is        cyclable bag, and help support
ed during the summer when           the 2012-2013 school year. If       WEDNESDAY, AUG. 29TH                 gize Everett, whose mission is      in full support of the bill, not-    your neighbors and the city of
schools were not in session.        a sophomore, junior or senior          On Wednesday, August              to create a healthy community       ing that the past three years that   Everett at the Everett Farmer’s
   The city’s new budget that       High School student has not         29th, all registered Everett         by promoting and supporting         the Everett Farmer’s Market          Market.
went into effect July 1, 2012       received a homeroom assign-         Kindergarten students should
included a proposed capi-
tal improvements bond for
                                    ment through the mail by Fri-
                                    day, August 24th, that student
                                                                        report to their assigned schools
                                                                        by 7:45am.          Parents and
                                                                                                             News C           ONTINUED FROM       PAGE 1
$7,015,767 that provided fund-      should contact the High School      guardians with children who
ing for the masonry and lintel      before the High School opens        have not registered for Public       to transport ethanol.               this stuff was passing through       the Massachusetts Senate.
repairs at the Parlin School,       on Wednesday, August 29th           School Kindergarten in Everett          Keep in mind, ethanol is         Everett would be catastrophic.           Senator DiDomenico is into
among other city projects.          for the first full day of classes.   as of that date should report to     about as highly flammable as a          This amendment and the            what he is doing – totally into
   However, bond authoriza-         SCHOOL OPENS FOR                    Parent Information Center at         fuel can get.                       care Senator DiDomenico took         it.
tions require a two-thirds vote     TEACHERS                            Everett High School in order to         There have been incredible       to make sure it would pass and           He pays attention.
of approval from the common         MONDAY, AUG. 27TH                   register. When that process has      explosions caused by ethanol        that the governor would then             He cares.
council before any funds may           School opens on Monday,          been completed satisfactorily,       ignition in trains in the mid-      sign the bill is what it takes to        It shows.
be distributed. Unfortunate-        August 27th for all teaching        children will then be assigned       west and the far west.              have a major impact on peo-              He’s making a first class,
ly the council did not have         staff in Everett Public Schools.    to a Kindergarten program.              Such an explosion here while     ples’ lives when you serve in        heads up senator.
enough members at their last        “Our teachers are scheduled to         Everett Public Schools of-
special meeting to grant their
approval of the two “bond au-
                                    return one day in advance of
                                    students in order to get their
                                                                        fers a full-day Kindergarten
                                                                        program free of charge to chil-      Landry C              ONTINUED FROM        PAGE 1
thorization” measures. Only         classrooms organized and            dren of parents who live in Ev-
ten council members were in         ready for the first day of class-                                         their longtime friendship. “She     seat,” said advocate Miller.         speech by Jordan, him and
                                                                        erett. “In other school districts,
attendance; eight members           es” Superintendent Foresteire                                            is a good person and I can qual-    “He has been an Auxiliary po-        Landry were sworn into their
                                                                        parents are being charged fees
were absent. Council Presi-         said.                                                                    ify that because I've known her     liceman for the past 17 years…       newly appointed positions.
                                                                        ranging from $2,550 to $3,500
dent Daniel Napolitano was             “The record enrollments in                                            for 54 years,” said Matewsky.       [as well as] a lifelong resident,    They solemnly swore to faith-
                                                                        a year for one child to attend
forced to delay the matter until    Everett Public Schools over                                                 Landry is a registered nurse     living in the house he grew up       fully and impartially perform
                                                                        Kindergarten” Superintendent
the council could meet again.       the last several years have left                                         and currently serves as a Board     in."                                 the duties required of them to
                                                                        Foresteire said. “That we are
   With this unexpected delay,      no breathing room for our pro-                                           of Directors member for the In-        "He's a family man,”              the best of their abilities and
                                                                        still able to offer this program
repairs to the Parlin School        fessional staff once school was                                          fusion Nurses Society, which        Matewsky followed up. “His           understanding. The promising
                                                                        to Everett parents and not
masonry must now be done            in session” the Superintendent                                           focuses on support and educa-       wife is here with him this eve-      leaders expressed an open in-
                                                                        charge a fee is due in great part
while that school is in session.    explained, “With another re-                                             tional development of the cli-      ning. He's run for this seat three   vitation for their fellow ward
                                                                        to the efforts of the committed
This could present a danger to      cord-breaking 6,700 students                                             nician to improve the practice      times and he's come closer and       neighbors to approach them
                                                                        members of our School Com-
those entering and leaving that     expected this year in Everett                                            of Infusion nursing. Her pro-       closer. Having known him per-        with any daunting questions
                                                                        mittee” he added.
school on a daily basis.            Public Schools, we all need as                                           fession allows Landry to con-       sonally…he's a smart person.         or qualms that demand the at-
                                                                           Enrollment in Everett’s full-
   As a result the Superinten-      much time as possible to get                                             nect with Everett friends and       He'll be a great added addition      tention of Everett’s Common
                                                                        day Kindergarten program has
dent and the Mayor decided          prepared.”                                                               residents in a very emotional       to this city government."            Council. After all, they are now
                                                                        increased dramatically over the
that additional safety measures         Everett Public School fac-                                           way, and she always takes              After a swift acceptance          the voices of the people.
                                                                        last several years. The Super-
needed to be installed for pro-     ulty is unusual in that admin-                                           time to visit with anyone who
                                                                        intendent predicted that this
tection from falling pieces of      istrators work twelve months                                             may be sick or ill, according to
cement, both before repairs are     a year; teachers, and support
                                                                        year would be no different, and
                                                                                                             Matewsky.                                       The Winthrop Arms Hotel/Restaurant
                                                                        said that his staff is expecting
started and during the repair       staff work a school year of         490 students for the 2012-2013
                                                                                                                “I've been a Ward One resi-                                      617-846-4000
work itself. The repairs are        189 days, with 186 student-                                              dent since 1962. My husband
                                                                        Kindergarten program.
                                                                                                             and I have been active with the                       TAKE OUT ONLY
expected to take a minimum of       teaching days, instead of the       EVERETT SCHOOLS
six months to be completed.         state-required minimum of                                                youth of the city…I continue to                  Our Famous Chicken Pot Pie
                                                                        READY FOR OPENING
   Parents who still have con-      only 180 days. “We adopted          DAY
                                                                                                             work as a professional RN and                       Every Day $6.95 + tax
cerns should contact the school     this lengthened school sched-                                            at present I serve on the Board
                                                                           Classrooms, lavatories, au-
                                                                                                             of Directors for Infusion Nurs-                    side dishes "a La Carte"
at 617-394-2480.                    ule for the primary purpose of      ditoriums, stairways, hallways,
                                    maximizing time for MCAS                                                 ing Association,” Landry said                           www.winthroparms.com
FRESHMEN (GRADE                                                         and cafeterias will be spot-
9) REPORT TO HIGH                   test instruction for Kinder-                                             in a more docile and shorter                         "Where Winthrop Meets To Eat"
                                                                        lessly clean and ready for the
SCHOOL ON TUESDAY,                  garten through Grade Twelve                                              public address than her oppo-                     130 Grovers Ave., Winthrop, MA 02152
                                                                        arrival of teachers and students
AUG. 28TH                           students” Superintendent For-                                            nent. Once the councilors vot-
                                                                        on the opening day of school,
   “Only Freshmen (Grade 9)         esteire said, “and now we are                                            ed in favor of Landry, she and
                                                                        according to Superintendent
are to report on Tuesday, Au-       seeing the results of this extra                                         Napolitano shook hands agree-
                                                                        Frederick F. Foresteire. “We
gust 28th to the High School        time for instruction.”                                                   ably before she approached the
                                                                        open for business on Monday,
on Elm Street, no later than           Everett Public School stu-                                            bench to join her new council
                                                                        August 27th and all eight of our
7:45am, for an important ori-       dents have MCAS scores that                                              members.
                                                                        schools will be ready, scrubbed
entation to High School fa-         are higher when compared to                                                 Despite the lack of competi-
                                                                        down and sparkling, thanks to
cilities, classes, and programs     other inner-city school dis-                                             tion for the Ward Three spot,
                                                                        the hard work done over the
available to students in the        tricts. In Everett, the math and                                         Jordan received two very posi-
                                                                        summer by our custodians,
2012-2013 school year” said         English scores on MCAS tests                                             tive reviews from Councilors
                                                                        headed by Mrs. Lona DeFeo,
Superintendent Frederick F.         in all grades taking the test                                            Miller and Matewsky. “Mr.
                                                                        Head of Maintenance” said Su-
Foresteire.                         have been at a level of 92% or                                           Leonard Jordan has put in the
                                                                        perintendent Foresteire.
   “At the orientation fresh-       better in the past four years. A                                         time and the effort to be in this
men students will be assigned       minimum of a passing grade
homerooms, they will receive        on the MCAS test in Grade
important instructions about        Twelve is required by the state
school events, and they will        to graduate.
learn of the many clubs, sports,    PRESCHOOL PROGRAM
and other extra-curricular ac-      BEGINS
tivities available to them now      FOR THREE AND FOUR
that they are in High School”       YEAR OLDS
Superintendent Foresteire said.        The first day of school for all
   Students will then walk          registered Pre School Program
through an abbreviated ver-         students will be on Wednes-
sion of a typical Tuesday class     day, September 12th, 2012.
schedule, and they should plan         Superintendent Frederick F.
on a dismissal time of 2:15         Foresteire reminds parents with
p.m. that day, Superintendent       children who are three and four
Foresteire added. Lunch will        years old and who live in Ever-


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                                        FROM THE MAYOR'S OFFICE                                                                                      Farmers’ Market Expands Offerings
                                                                                                                                                            Announces line-up for Wednesday, August 22nd

Everett recognized statewide as 'Business-Friendly'                                                                                                     The City of Everett’s Farmers’ Market is delighted to once again
                                                                                                                                                    offer the community a convenient way to purchase fresh fruits and
   Over the course of the past         taxes, create jobs for the com-       Development (MOBD) is to            Everett sets the bar high for      vegetables, a variety of fresh baked breads, unique gifts crafted by
several years, economic ad-            munity, and their workforce           strengthen the Massachusetts        communities, by developing         local artists, healthy tips, music, free face painting, and a fun place to
versity has created unprec-            cycles their wages back into          economy by providing a high-        three projects in one calendar     meet your neighbors!
edented financial challenges            other local businesses.               ly responsive, pro-business         year. Everett has what these           Some new additions this year:
for local economies. Amidst               Mayor Carlo DeMaria and            climate that stimulates job         businesses are looking for             In addition to accepting WIC and Senior Farmers’ Market Cou-
these challenges, some com-            his administration continue           growth and builds on the core       – a business-friendly climate,     pons, an EBT machine has been added to accept SNAP benefits.
munities still struggle to find         to work hard to bring to the          economic strengths of every         an understanding of the im-        SNAP dollars can even be doubled up to $5 - stop by the Energize
solutions, while others are            table the resources needed to         region. MOBD facilitates ac-        portance of promoting job          Everett table for more details.
developing and implementing            attract and retain these types        cess to resources and incentive     creation, and a willingness to         Also new this year, to complement the City’s Walk/Ride Day ini-
strategies to retain and expand        of quality developments. And          programs that help businesses       reducing red tape and being        tiative, which encourages community members to engage in healthy,
their value. Everett is among          the effort has not gone unno-         thrive in Massachusetts. By         open for business.                 active and/or public transportation, Energize Everett will give out
those cities and towns that are        ticed. Richard Pellagrini, the        providing guidance and ex-             Mayor DeMaria was proud         prizes to people who walk, ride a bike, or take the bus to the Everett
planning, developing, bud-             Greater Boston Regional Di-           pertise, MOBD creates a dy-         of the compliment delivered        Farmers’ Market. Also, if you take part in Walk/Ride Day the last
geting, and investing wisely           rector for the Massachusetts          namic environment for busi-         the City and stated, “Now,         week of each month and get your card stamped 10 times by participat-
toward the long-term goal of           Office of Business Develop-            ness expansion and growth           more than ever, it is essential    ing local retailers, you will get $5 in Everett Market Bux.
continual growth.                      ment, recently stated that his        across the Commonwealth.            that our city government, our          Below are the offerings available this week:
   Municipal         sustainabil-      office applauds Everett on                Pellagrini attended the last     local chamber of commerce,             Farmers:
ity and growth lies in a city’s        being “active in attracting de-       meeting of the Board of Al-         our committees, and our de-            Nagog Hill Farm, has become a staple at the Everett Farmers Mar-
ability to maintain a strong           velopments” and that the City         dermen, in which L.Knife            partment of planning and de-       ket. In their 4th year here, Farmer Debbie and crew still send along
economic core; and the key to          is “being recognized as a busi-       and Son received final local         velopment work together and        the freshest and most delicious fruits and veggies from their Littleton,
a strong economic core lies in         ness-friendly community” on           approval for development in         make sure that developing and      MA farm.
procuring high quality devel-          a state level.                        Everett, and commented that         doing business here remains            Clearview Farm, from Sterling, MA are new to the Everett Farm-
opment. Smart, stable devel-              Pellagrini explained that          with this recent acquisition,       attractive, so that we can con-    ers’ Market this year, and are quickly becoming well known around
opments drive more money               the mission of the Massa-             and another development pros-       tinue to better position Everett   the City for their fresh tasty produce, as well as their apple cider do-
into city coffers. They pay            chusetts Office of Business            pect in the coming months,          for economic prosperity.”          nuts and gorgeous sunflowers.
                                                                                                                                                        Phalla’s Produce, based in Lowell, MA, is also new to the Ever-
                                                                                                                                                    ett Farmers’ Market this year. Phalla’s team brings wonderful Asian
    Mayor honors local                                                                                                                              produce from various local farms.
                                                                                                                                                        Specialty Food and Drink:
                                                                                                                                                        Common Ground Coffee Roasters is selling their locally roasted
      softball player                                                                                                                               (right here in Everett, on Revere Beach Parkway) coffee every week.
                                                                                                                                                    Available are whole bean or ground bags, as well as refreshing iced
   Mayor Carlo DeMaria                 and has attended the Regional                                                                                coffee made to order.
presented Kayla McKinnon,              Softball Factory and was se-                                                                                     Makomas Juice, first timers at the Everett Farmers’ Market this
daughter of Ward Four Coun-            lected for the Softball Factory                                                                              week, selling 100% natural and authentic juices inspired by the fla-
cilor John Leo McKinnon,               World Series in Florida. Kay-                                                                                vors of West Africa. Their unique juices (baobab, ginger and hibis-
with a citation commending             la is currently waiting to hear                                                                              cus) are crafted in small batches using family traditions handed down
her for her accomplishments            is she will be selected to play                                                                              through the generations.
in softball. Kayla is began            in the Junior Olympics. Kayla                                                                                    The Cannoli Guy, based in Malden, began selling his cannolis
her softball career with Ever-         was also congratulated on her                                                                                at the market a few weeks ago. Try one this week - with chocolate
ett Girls Softball and has gone        achievements by State Senator                                                                                chips, coconut, or powdered sugar.
on to become the number one            Sal DiDomenico, Representa-           State Senator Sal DiDomenico, Mayor DeMaria, Councilor                      Coffee to Go offers K-Cups of New England Coffee Roasters Cof-
ranked hitter in the State. She        tive Stat Smith, and Councilor        McKinnon, Representative Stat Smith, Kayla McKinnon,                   fee, local honey and maple syrup, as well as Everett sweatshirts.
recently won the CCL award             Wayne Matewsky.                       Tanis McKinnon, mother, and Councilor Wayne Matewsky.
                                                                                                                                                                         Please see MARKET Page 6

L.Knife and Son, inc. welcomed to Everett

   Mayor Carlo De-
Maria was pleased
to officially welcome
L.Knife and Son, Inc.
to the City of Ever-
ett. The company re-
ceived its final local
approval for a STA
agreement with the
City via the unani-
mous vote by the
Board of Aldermen
at their most recent
meeting on Tuesday,
August 14th.
                           Pictured with the Mayor are Alderman Michael Mangan, James Er-
                           rickson, Director of Planning and Development, Tim Sheehan, L.Knife
                           CEO, Lynn Tokarczyk, Government Incentives Consultant for Business
                           Strategies, Inc., Michael Sheehan, Richard Pellagrini, Greater Boston
                           Regional Director, Mass Office of Business Development, Alderman
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   Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr. and         ing reduced at approximately          dential meters will be replaced
his financial advisors devised a        $100,000 a year until 2017. It        throughout the city. “The new                                       dream of home-ownership a reality.
thorough capital improvement           will be completely off the books      water meters will be automati-
plan, detailing a transparent trail    by 2021.” Rossetti also said that     cally read,” said DeMaria of the                Give us a call at 800-657-3272 to get in touch with a lender in your area.
of where the money would be            the city of Everett could be in       promising new meters. “I had a
going so Everett residents can         debt up to $35 million in the         resident in my office who got a
feel at ease knowing they won’t        next six years, and taxes still       $16,000 water bill because the
be responsible if the budget in-       would not be increased.               water meter was reading slow,”
creases.                                   Councilor Leo McKinnon            said DeMaria, eager to get start-
   “We just want to make sure          was pleased with Rossetti’s ex-       ed on the new projects.                  Member FDIC | Member DIF
you know we're not raising tax         planation. “People can under-            “Here's the economy in its
on residents,” assured DeMaria.        stand where we're going with          present state to be taken advan-
“The goal is to do a park. We're       this now. I know taxes is a sen-      tage of,” said Rossetti. “You can
just spending hundreds of thou-
sands of dollars on maintenance
                                       sitive area, the goal is not to let
                                       taxes go up," he said.
                                                                             leverage twice as much now.”         For Ad Rates Please Call 617-387-9600
of old infrastructure…We keep              Along with the redesign of
repairing time and time again,”
he said of Glendale Park, ex-
plaining that it makes more
                                       Glendale Park, the Capital Im-
                                       provement Plan also included
                                       other infrastructure projects such
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sense to build new features.           as road and sidewalk reconstruc-
“Improvements are new light-           tion. The streets that are current-
ing, new walkways, new fenc-           ly proposed per the pavement
ing around the perimeter,” he          management plan are Ashland
highlighted.                           Street, Bradford Place, Emery
   Financial consultant Tony
Rossetti also spoke out on the
budget for the four-month Glen-
                                       Place, Garland Place, Garvey
                                       Street, Hancock Terrace, High-
                                       land Court, Locust Park, Robin
                                                                                                                       School of Dance & Gymnastics
dale Park project and other in-        Street, Russell Place, Silver
frastructure projects, to explain
the math in a conceptual way in
                                       Road, Young Terrace, B Street,
                                       Beacon Street, Bettinson Court,
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which residents would under-           Bolster Street, Clark Street, Clif-                                        2012 Spirit of Dance National Competition
stand. “How we began this pro-         ton Ave, Coolidge Street, Edith                                                      Show Stopper • K.A.R.
cess was by asking, ‘What can          Ave, Fleet Court, Glen Street,
the city afford on an annual ba-       Grover Street, Hancock Street,                                            Received Top Choreographer at Star Power &
sis?” Textbooks say five percent        Hatch Street, Hawthorne Street,
is a good number to be at, so          Irving Street, Miller Street, Nor-                                             Show Stopper Dance Competition
we're striving to stay within five      wood Street, Otis Street, Park
percent (right now the city is at      Terrace, Parlin Street, Pleasant
4.4 percent)…I said okay, let's        View Ave, Proctor Road, Pros-
strive not to increase taxes at all,   pect Street, Thurman Park, Vale
and see if First Southwest can         Street, and West Street.
get all this capital done and still        In addition, funds from the
stay at 4.4 percent,” he said.         Water-Sewer Enterprise Fund
   Right now, Everett holds a          are to be allotted for the instal-
AA3 bond rating, which Ros-            lation of new residential water
setti approved as being very           meters, new water department

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EvErEtt public schools

Back to School Guide
Safety first: EPS is a ‘No Bullying’ Zone
   Superintendent of Everett Public          school, and all children at every grade       Mazzie reminded drivers.
Schools Frederick F. Foresteire said         level in Everett Public Schools will              “All traffic must come to a
that keeping students safe at school         be taught, through an evidence-based,         complete stop in both directions
is one of his administration’s top           age-appropriate curriculum, strategies        whenever a school bus with students
priorities, and each school is expected      to identify bullying and ways to              is stopped, and drivers who break
to promote an atmosphere of safety,          refuse to tolerate or to ignore bullying      this rule are subject to a $300 fine,
respect, and caring for all students         behavior when it occurs.”                     according to Chapter 90, Section 14 of
while providing an environment that is          In Grades Kindergarten through             the Massachusetts General Laws.”
conductive to teaching and learning.         Twelve, students are taught “Bullying            “Getting a $300 fine may be tough
   “We have a Policy Against Bullying        and Cyber bullying Prevention”                on a driver, but the potential is there
in place in all eight schools, with a        through the Massachusetts Aggression          for a much worse scenario if a car
handbook that defines bullying and           Reduction Center Curriculum.                  does not stop for a school van or bus”
outlines a detailed procedure for            Students in Kindergarten through              Chief Mazzie explained. “No one
reporting and investigating incidents        Grade Six also have access to the             needs to be in that much of a hurry.”
of bullying should any occur”                successful anti-bullying program
said Superintendent Frederick F.             “Open Circle”.
Foresteire.                                     Parents can support school efforts
                                                                                           STUDENT ACCIDENT
                                                                                                                                       Save the date:
   The reporting process can be              against bullying by not sugar-coating
anonymous if necessary and the               or excusing bullying behavior.                INSURANCE STRONGLY
                                                                                                                                       Homecoming is set for
reporting forms are available on             Whether it is cruel teasing, or scaring
the Everett Public Schools website,          another child, or making someone                 Accident Insurance for Students          Saturday, Sept. 22
www.everett.k12.ma.us, where they            think less of someone else, these             will again be sold in all Everett Public
are translated into four different           actions are all bullying, and bullying        Schools during a two week period,               When you go to mark all those school holidays and
languages. The program is headed by          should never be considered an                 beginning with the first day of classes,    school vacation days on your wall calendars or I-Pads,
Director of Guidance Paul Enfanto.           unavoidable part of growing up. As            according to Superintendent of Public       here’s a date you’re going to want to add to the list.
   “I want it to be clear to parents         recent experiences have demonstrated,         Schools Frederick F. Foresteire. This           This year’s Homecoming date has just been
and students where the Everett               bullying must never be ignored by             accident insurance is available to          announced!
Public Schools stand in relation to          teachers, parents, or children because        all students in all grades, and may             The date of Everett’s Homecoming is Saturday,
bullying” Superintendent Foresteire          it can have tragic consequences if            be purchased from Tuesday, August           September 22, 2012 with a rain date of September 23rd.
said. “Everett Public Schools is             allowed to persist.                           28 through and including Friday,
                                                                                                                                       The day will have many fun-filled events, including a
a “BULLY-FREE ZONE’ with a                                                                                                             road race, a terrific parade, and the football game itself,
                                                                                           September 7, 2012.
zero tolerance for anything that             CHIEF MAZZIE REMINDS                                                                      and you and your family won’t want to miss any part of
                                                                                              “This insurance is sold at a very
approaches bullying.”                                                                                                                  it.
                                             DRIVERS TO DRIVE                              low cost because it is a form of
                                                                                                                                           The day begins at 9:00am with a full breakfast
   “All bullying is prohibited on
school grounds, any property                 SAFELY                                        group insurance” Superintendent             offering until 11:00am in the Everett High School
                                                Everett Police Chief Steven Mazzie         Foresteire said. He added that he           cafeteria, courtesy of the sponsor, Everett High School
immediately adjacent to school
grounds, at all school-sponsored or          wants to remind all drivers in Everett        felt confident in recommending that         Parent/Teachers Organization.
                                             that Everett public schools will be           parents subscribe because “although             The popular road race, “The Homecoming Hustle”,
school-related activities, functions,
and programs whether on or off               open the last week in August this year.       the School Committee and my                 begins at 9:00am and participants will assemble
school grounds, at school bus stops          Drivers will have to contend with the         administration work hard to provide a       beforehand at the Recreation Center on Elm Street.
and on school transportation, or             additional traffic hazard of students         safe learning environment in all eight          The Homecoming Parade begins at 12:00pm (noon)
through the use of any electronic            going to school during the morning            schools in Everett, in the unlikely         and features the award-winning Everett High School
device or technology owned, leased           rush hour and students dismissed              event of an accident in school,             Marching Band. Stepping off from Glendale Park,
or used in our schools’ classrooms or        in the middle of the afternoon on             or going to and from school, this           the Parade will proceed down Ferry Street to Glendale
through the use of such devices that         Mondays through Fridays.                      particular insurance provides students      Square, and then over Broadway to end at the Everett
are privately owned by students” the            Chief Mazzie urges drivers to use          with excellent coverage at a very           Veterans Memorial Stadium.
Superintendent said.                         caution and slow down when they see           reasonable cost.”                               Everett’s Crimson Tide football team will play Saint
   “We are not one of those school           young children on the sidewalks. “Be             Students will receive accident           John’s Prep this year, with the game scheduled to start at
districts that dragged its feet on this      alert and never assume that a child           insurance applications on their first       2:00pm, weather permitting.
very serious issue” Superintendent           will stay on that sidewalk the way an         day of school. Parents must mail or
Foresteire emphasized. “I want               adult does” the Chief said.                   send back the completed form for
to assure Everett parents that all              Coming to a complete stop for              each child by Friday, September 7th
reporting and investigation procedures       school vans and buses that have               in order to have students covered
are in place, we have a written policy       stopped to take on or let off students        for the 2012-2013 school year. Late
against bullying posted in every             is mandatory in Massachusetts, Chief          applications will not be accepted.

                                                                                                                                       Breakfast and lunch
                                                                                                                                       program is offered
                                                                                                                                       in all schools
                                                                                                                                          The state-mandated School Breakfast Program and the
                                                                                                                                       School Lunch Program will be offered in all the public
                                                                                                                                       schools in Everett, according to Superintendent of Public
                                                                                                                                       Schools Frederick F. Foresteire.
                                                                                                                                          Breakfast will be served free to all students at all
                                                                                                                                       schools before school begins. Lunches will have a
                                                                                                                                       regular cost of $2.00 a student, or a reduced cost based
                                                                                                                                       on need of either no charge, or $.40 a student.
                                                                                                                                          All students in all grades will receive a letter from
Standing, from left: Assistant Superintendent of Schools Dr. Thomas Stella, Keverian School Principal John Obremski,                   their school to their parents on the first day of school
Everett High Principal Louis Baldi, Distrigas Communications Manager Carol Churchill, Superintendent of Schools                        describing how to apply for the reduced cost lunch or the
Frederick F. Foresteire, Lafayette School Principal Kevin Shaw, and Assistant Superintendent of Schools Charles Obrem-                 no-charge lunch. This letter will include an application
ski. Seated, from left: Whittier School Principal Michael McLucas, Parlin School Principal Michelle Massa, Webster School              form.
Principal Denise Hanlon, and English School Principal David Brady,                                                                        Parents are asked to return applications for the
                                                                                                                                       reduced cost lunch or for the no-cost lunch for each
Distrigas makes a generous donation to                                                                                                 student in their family as soon as possible to each child’s
                                                                                                                                       school no later than Friday, September 7, 2012.
EPS students for back-to-school supplies                                                                                                  Parents who are not sure if they qualify to receive
                                                                                                                                       reduced cost lunches or lunches at no charge for their
                                                                                                                                       children are still asked to complete and return their
   Superintendent of Everett Public          students who are in need of assistance,”      has helped Everett families in need send    applications to each child’s school. The Principals of
SchoolsFrederickF.Foresteireannounced        Superintendent Foresteire said.               their children to classes with supplies     each school will make the decision in that instance.
that one thousand $15 gift cards, courtesy      DISTRIGAS            Manager          of   they need for the opening of school” Ms.
of DISTRIGAS-Massachusetts, are              Communications, Carol Churchill,              Churchill said.
available again this school year to help     said that her company understands the            Superintendent Foresteire thanked
Everett families purchase back-to-school
supplies for their children.
   “When schools open, Everett Public
                                             difficulty many families face in purchasing
                                             school supplies at the beginning of a new
                                                                                           DISTRIGAS for supplying the gift cards
                                                                                           for back-to-school supplies and said that
                                                                                           both Everett Public School students from
                                                                                                                                       Everett Schools
                                                                                                                                        Are Everett’s Pride
                                             school year, especially when outfitting
School principals will distribute the        more than one student in this tough           Kindergarten through Grade Twelve,
DISTRIGAS gift cards for school              economic climate.                             and their teachers, will benefit from
supplies to families with public school         “This is the second year DISTRIGAS         DISTRIGAS’s generosity.

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                                             BACK TO SCHOOL
        important information for parEnts and guardians
DEPARTAMENTO DAS ESCOLAS DE EVERETT                                                                     EVERETT HIGH SCHOOL                                                                                PARA OS PAIS DE CRIANÇAS NAS ESCOLAS PUBLICAS DE EVERETT

Horário de Abertura das Escolas – 2012                                                                  Horário de Abertura – 2012                                                                          O Diretor ou Vice-Diretor esta na escola para responder qualquer pergunta sobre
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                esse ano letivo que esta para começar.
                                                                                                        Terça-Feira, 28 de Agosto
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Favor ligue para os seguinte números entre 8 da manhã e 4 da tarde para
Terça-Feira, 28 de Agosto                                                                               Alunos da 9ª Serie irão se apresentar da seguinte maneira:                                                                      falar com um deles:
Primeiro dia de aula- Alunos de Everett irão se apresentar nas escolas de acordo                           •   Chegar na escola as 7:45 e serão liberados as 2:15pm.                                       Escola English          David Brady, Diretor                                 617-394-5013
com o seguinte horário:                                                                                    •   Todos os alunos irão entrar pela porta da frente e ir para a cantina.
                                                                                                           •   Os alunos irão fazer uma previa dos seus horários de aula                                                           Kathleen McCormack, Vice-Diretora
Ensino Médio e Fundamental: 1ª- 8ª Serie.                                                                  •   Café da manhã e almoço serão servidos                                                       Escola Keverian        John Obremski, Diretor                                617-394-5020
Todos os alunos deverão ir as 7:45am. para suas respectivas escolas e serão                             Quarta-Feira e Quinta-Feira, Dias 29 e 30 de Agosto                                                                        Patrick Dailey, Vice-Diretor
liberados ao meio dia. (12:00 pm). CAFÉ DA MANHÃ E ALMOÇO NÃO
SERÃO SERVIDOS no primeiro dia de aula.                                                                 Alunos da 9ª e 12ª Series                                                                          Escola Lafayette       Kevin Shaw, Diretor                                   617-394-2450
Quarta e Quinta-Feira, 29 e 30 da Agosto                                                                   • Todos os alunos devem chegar na escola as 7:45 am-2:15pm. Dia Completo                                                William Donahue, Vice-Diretor
                                                                                                           • Todos os alunos das series 9-12 irão se dirigir para suas determinadas salas
1ª – 8ª Series terão um dia completo de aula. (Ate as 2:15 da tarde)                                       • Café da manhã e Almoço serão servidos                                                         Escola Parlin          Michelle Massa, Diretora                              617-394-2480
Alunos do Jardim de Infância- Dia Completo                                                              Sexta-Feira e Segunda-Feira, Dias 31 de Agosto e 3 de Setembro                                                            Nancy Sutera, Vice-Diretora
Ir para a escola designada ao aluno no dia 29 de Agosto, quarta-feira as 7:45 am                        Não haverá escola: Feriado do Dia do Trabalho                                                      Escola Whittier       Michael McLucas, Diretor                               617-394-2410
ate as 2:15 pm.
                                                                                                        Terça-Feira, Dia 4 de Setembro                                                                                            Theresa Tringale, Vice-Diretora
Sexta-Feira e Segunda-Feira, dias 31 de Agosto e 3 de Setembro.
                                                                                                        Todas as salas resumem seu horário regular.                                                        Escola Webster        Denise Hanlon, Diretora                                617-394-5040
Não haverá escola: Feriado do dia do trabalho
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Everett High School Louis Baldi, Diretor                                     617-394-2490
Terça-Feira, 4 de Setembro                                                                                                                                                                                                        Nicholas Venezia, Vice-Diretor
Todos os alunos, Jardim de Infância ate a 12ª Serie retornam ao horário normal.                                                                                                                            Escola Adams           Pat Addor, Diretor                                    617-544-6092
 O inicio das aulas do Pré-Escolar será na Quarta-Feira, dia 12 de Setembro

 DEPARTAMENTO ESCOLAR DE EVERETT                                                                        EVERETT HIGH SCHOOL (ESCUELA SECUNDARIA)                                                                                          Para Padres con Hijos(as)
 Calendario de Apertura Escolar - 2012                                                                  HORARIO DE APERTURA- 2012                                                                                                    en las Escuelas Públicas de Everett

 Martes, 28 de Agosto                                                                                   Martes, 28 de Agosto                                                                                                          Su director(a) o subdirector(a)
 Primer día de clases - los estudiantes de Everett se presentarán como corresponde                      Los estudiantes de 9º Grado se presentarán de la siguiente manera:                                          están en la escuela para responder a cualquier pregunta que tenga
 al siguiente calendario:                                                                                 • Se presentarán a las 7:45 a.m. y saldrán a las 2:15                                                                       sobre el próximo año escolar.
                                                                                                          • Todos los estudiantes entrarán por la puerta principal y se reportarán en la
 Escuela Primaria e Intermedia: Grados 1º-8º                                                                  cafetería                                                                                                        Por favor llame a los siguientes números
 Todos los estudiantes se presentarán a las 7:45 de la mañana a sus respectivas                           • Se les explicara a los estudiantes su calendario abreviado                                                entre las 8:00 am y 4:00 pm para hablar con uno de ellos:
 escuelas y saldrán a las 12 del mediodía. DESAYUNO Y ALMUERZO NO SERÁ                                    • Se servirá desayuno y almuerzo
 SERVIDO el primer día de escuela.                                                                                                                                                                               Escuela English              David Brady, Director            617-394-5013
                                                                                                        Miércoles y Jueves, 29 y 30 de Agosto                                                                                                 Kathleen McCormack, Subdirectora
 Miércoles y jueves, 29 y 30 de Agosto                                                                  Estudiantes de 9º a 12º Grado
 Grados 1º- 8º asistirán a la escuela el DÍA COMPLETO.                                                                                                                                                           Escuela Keverian             John Obremski, Director                         617-394-5020
                                                                                                           • Todos los estudiantes se presentaran en la escuela de 7:45 a.m. – 2:15 p.m.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Patrick Dailey, Subdirector
                                                                                                             día completo
 Los estudiantes de Kindergarten (Jardín Infantil) - Día Completo                                          • Todos los estudiantes de 9º a 12º grado se reportarán a sus aulas designadas
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Escuela Lafayette            Kevin Shaw, Director                            617-394-2450
 Se reportaran a la escuela el miércoles, 29 de agosto desde las 7:45 am - 2:15 pm a                       • Se servirá desayuno y almuerzo                                                                                                   William Donahue, Subdirector
 las escuelas que han sido asignados.
                                                                                                        Viernes y lunes, 31 de agosto y 3 de septiembre                                                          Escuela Parlin               Michelle Massa, Directora                      617-394-2480
 Viernes y lunes, 31 de agosto y 03 de septiembre                                                       No hay clases: Fin de semana del Día del Trabajo                                                                                      Nancy Sutera, Subdirectora
 No hay clases: Fin de semana del Día del Trabajo
                                                                                                        Martes, 4 de septiembre                                                                                  Escuela Whittier             Michael McLucas, Director                       617-394-2410
 Martes, 04 de septiembre                                                                               Todas las clases reanudan su horario regular.                                                                                         Theresa Tringale, Subdirectora
 Todos los estudiantes, desde kindergarten (Jardín Infantil) hasta el grado 12
 reanudarán su horario regular.                                                                                                                                                                                  Escuela Webster              Denise Hanlon, Directora                        617-394-5040

 Fecha de comienzo de Prescolar será el miércoles, 12 de septiembre                                                                                                                                              Everett High School          Louis Baldi, Director                           617-394-2490
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 (Escuela Secundaria)         Nicholas Venezia, Subirector

                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Escuela Adams                Pat Addor                                       617-544-6092

 DEPATMAN LEKÒL EVERETT                                                                                  EVERETT HIGH SCHOOL                                                                                                                    Pou Paran Elèv
 Orè Ouvèti Lekòl - 2012                                                                                 Orè Ouvèti Lekòl - 2012                                                                                                               Kinan Lekòl Piblik

 Madi , 28 Out 2012                                                                                                                                                                                            Direktè ou Asistan Direktè Lekòl Pitit ou ap nan Lekòl la pou reponn nenpòt
                                                                                                         Madi, 28 Out
 Premye jou lekòl – Elèv Lekòl Everett ap rapòte nan lekòl korèkteman nan orè sa                                                                                                                                                                keksyon
                                                                                                         Elèv kinan Gred 9 ap rapòte :                                                                                                Ou genyen pou ane eskolè a:
 yo :                                                                                                       • Rapòte a 7:45 a.m. epi yap lage 2:15pm
                                                                                                            • Tout elèv ap antre nan pòt devan epi ap rapòte nan kaferya                                        Tanpri rele nimewo sa yo ant 8:00 a.m. ak 4:00 p.m. pou pale avèk youn nan yo:
 Elementary and Middle School: Gred 1-8
 Tout elèv ap rapòte a 7:45 a.m. nan lekòl sa yo epi yap lage a 12. apre midi.                     AP
                                                                                                            • Elèv yo ap suiv orè ki deziye pou yo.
 GENYEN MANJE MATEN AK LENCH premye jou lekòl.                                                              • Elèv yo ap jwenn manje nan maten ak aprè-midi.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 English School               David Brady, Principal             617-394-5013
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Kathleen McCormack, Assistant Principal
 Mekredi ak Jedi, 29 Out epi 30                                                                          Mekredi ak Jedi, 29 ak 30 Out and
 Gred 1-8 ap genyen lekòl tout jounen.                                                                   Elèv kinan klas 9 jiska 12                                                                              Keverian School              John Obremski, Principal                        617-394-5020
                                                                                                            • Tout elèv ap rapòte nan lekòl a 7:45 am jiska 2:15 pm., tout jounen.                                                            Patrick Dailey, Assistant Principal
 Elèv Kindergarten – Tout Jounen                                                                            • Tout elèv nan gred 9 a 12 ap rapòte nan klas ki chwazi pou yo a.
 Rapòte nan lekòl nan Mekredi 29 Out a 7:45am, . – 2:15 p.m. nan lekòl ki                                   • Elèv yo ap jwenn manje nan maten ak aprè-midi.                                                     Lafayette School             Kevin Shaw, Principal                617-394-2450
 apwopriye a.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 William Donahue, Assistant Principal
                                                                                                         Vandredi ak Lendi, 31 Out ak 3 Septanm
 Vandredi ak Lendi, 31 Out ak 3 Septanm                                                                                                                                                                          Parlin School                Michelle Massa, Principal                       617-394-2480
 Pap genyen lekòl:(labor day)
                                                                                                         Pa gen lekòl:Jou ferye-jou travay
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Nancy Sutera, Assistant Principal

 Madi, 4 Septanm                                                                                         Madi ,4 Septanm                                                                                         Whittier School              Michael McLucas, Principal            617-394-2410
 Tout elèv , Kindergarten jiska Gred 12 ap rekomanse lekòl .                                             All classes resume their regular schedule.                                                                                           Theresa Tringale, Assistant Principal

 Preschool ap komanse Mekredi 12 Septanm                                                                                                                                                                         Webster School               Denise Hanlon, Principal                        617-394-5040

                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Everett High School          Louis Baldi, Principal                          617-394-2490
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Nicholas Venezia, Vice Principal

                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Adams School                 Pat Addor                                       617-544-6092

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ‫ألى أهل/ أولياء ألطالب‬
                                                                                                                                                                               ‫ثانوية أفريت العامة‬                                           ‫في مدارس افريت ألعامة‬
                                                                  ‫أدارة ألمدارس في افريت‬                                                                                   2102 ‫جدول أآلفتتاح لعام‬
                                                          2102- ‫جدول أفتتاح المدارس لعام‬
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ‫مدٌر أو مساعد ألمدٌر فً ألمدرسة‬
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ‫مستعدٌن لآلجابة على أي سؤال بخصوص ألسنة ألقادمة‬
                                                                                                                                                                                     22 ‫الثالثاء، أب‬
                                                                     2102 ،‫ألثالثاء، 22 اب‬                                                                     :‫صف 9، ألحضور ألى ألثانوية كأآلتي‬
   ‫النهار االول من المدرسة- ان طالب افرٌت سوف ٌحضرون الى ألمدرسة تباعا الى البرنامج ألمذكور‬                                           ‫1- الحضور عند الساعة 7: 54 صباحا ألى ألساعة 2: 51 ما بعد الظهر‬                              ‫ألرجاء أآلتصال بأالرقام ألمذكورة أدناه‬
                                                                                     :‫ادناه‬                                          ‫2- على جمٌع ألطالب الدخول من الباب الرئٌسً وألحضور ألى ألكافٌترٌا‬             :‫ما بين ألساعة 8 صباحا وألساعة 4 بعد ألظهر للتكلم مع أحد من أالشخاص‬
                                                                                                                                                                    ‫3- على الطالب أتباع جدولهم الملخص‬
                                             2 -0 ‫ألمدارس أالبتدائية والمتوسطة: من صف‬                                                                                   ‫4- سوف ٌقدم طعام ألفطور والغذاء‬
             .‫الحضور الى المدرسة عند الساعة 7: 45 صباحا واخالء المدرسة عند ألساعة 12 ظهرا‬
                        .‫ال ٌقدم طعام، ال وقعة الفطور وال وقعة ألغذاء فً النهار أالول من ألمدرسة‬                                                                                                                       3145013.-617                     ‫دٌفٌد برٌدي, المدٌر‬                ‫مدرسة أآلنكلٌزي‬
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ‫كاثلٌن مك كورماك, مساعد ألمدٌر‬
                                                          01 ‫أالربعاء وألخميس، أب 22 و‬                                                                             01 ‫أالربعاء والخميس، أب 92 و‬
                                             ‫من الصف 2-8، سوف ٌحضرون المدرسة لدوام كامل‬                                                                                        02 -9 ‫طالب في صف‬                                                                                           617-394-5020
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       4945013 -617                  ‫جان أوبرمسكً, ألمدٌر‬                   ‫مدرسة كفرٌٌن‬
                                                                                                           ‫0- ٌجب الحضور الى المدرسة عند ألساعة 7 : 54 صباحا حتى ألساعة 2: 51 بعد ألظهر، نهار كامل‬                                              ‫باترٌك دٌلً, مساعد ألمدٌر‬
                                                                    ‫طالب ألروضة- نهار كامل‬                                            ‫2- جمٌع ألطالب من صف 9-21 علٌهم الحضور الى ألصف المعٌن لهم‬                                                                                          617-394-2450
     ‫ألحضور للمدرسة نهار االربعاء فً أب 91 عند ألساعة 7:45 صباحا الى ألساعة 1:42 بعد ألظهر‬                                                                            ‫0- سوف ٌقدم طعام ألفطور والغذاء‬                  4509013 -617                        ‫كفٌن شو, ألمدٌر‬                   ‫مدرسة الفاٌة‬
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ‫وٌلٌام دوناهو, مساعد ألمدٌر‬
                                                         0 ‫ألجمعة و أالثنين، أب 00 و أيلول‬                                                                                                                             4909013 -617                     ‫مٌشال ماسا, ألمدٌرة‬                  ‫مدرسة بارلٌن‬
                                                          ‫عطلة بمناسبة عٌد العمال- ألمدرسة مقفلة‬                                                                                                                                               ‫نانسً سوفٌرا, مساعد ألمدٌر‬
                                                                                                                                                                  0 ‫ألجمعة وأآلثنين، أب 00 وأيلول‬                                                                                         617-394-2410
                                                                              4 ‫ألثالثاء، أيلول‬                                                                   ‫عطلة بمناسبة عٌد العمال، ألمدرسة مقفلة‬               4109013 -617                  ‫ماٌكل مكلوكاس, ألمدٌر‬                   ‫مدرسة وٌتٌٌر‬
  ‫جمٌع ألطالب، من صف ألروضة ألى صف 12 سوف ٌحضرون المدرسة تبعا لجدول ألمدرسً العادي‬                                                                                                                                                             ‫تٌرٌسا ترنغال, مساعد ألمدٌر‬
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      4045013 -617                      ‫دنٌز هنلون, ألمدٌرة‬                  ‫مدرسة وبستر‬
                               ‫تاريخ بداية صف ألحضانة يكون نهار أالربعاء في 20 أيلول‬                                                                                                 4 ‫ألثالثاء، ايلول‬                                                                              -
                                                                                                                                                          ‫جمٌع الصفوف تكون على الجدول العادي المنتظم‬                                                                                      617-394-5040
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       4109013 -617                     ‫لوٌس بالدي, ألمدٌر‬               ‫ثانوٌة أفرٌت ألعالٌة‬

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       9147005 -617                               ‫بات أدور‬                   ‫مدرسة أدامس‬

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   Page 6                                                                              The Everett Independent • Wednesday, August 22, 2012                                  Phone: 617-387-9600 Fax: 781-485-1403

                         Independent                                                                         Independent Forum
    President: Stephen Quigley • Vice President: Joshua Resnek

                                                                                       City Services Commission announces new water rates
                       Editor in Chief: Cary Shuman

The opening of school                                                                     The Everett City Services         Sewer rates effective July 1,      the system, which gives the         ter and sewer users. The rate
                                                                                       Commission recently voted            2012. Updates also include         City the ability to properly ac-    chart is as follows:
   About 6500 children are about to re-enter the world of Ever-                        favorably to raise Water and         the addition of a fifth step to    count for larger corporate wa-
ett’s Public Schools.
                                                                                                     Step                     Range                                New Rate
   They come into a well-managed well-oiled school system                                            1st Step                 1- 3000 Cubic Feet (CF)              $7.12
with a real line of command and set beliefs about performance                                        2nd Step                 3,001 – 6000 CF                      $9.25
that is expected not only from teachers and administrators but                                       3rd Step                 6,001 – 9,000 CF                     $10.76
also from the students themselves.                                                                   4th Step                 9,001 – 24,000 CF                    $12.12
                                                                                                     5th Step                 Over 24,000 CF (New Step)            $13.79
   For the most part, the greater number of students are com-                                        Residential and Commercial property owners will see the new rate reflected in their next water and sewer bill.
ing into thoroughly modern facilities – well lit, well appointed,                                    All rates are calculated per cubic foot. Reflects all billing after July 1st, 2012.
well-maintained and all together neat and perfect environments
for learning – and for making friends.
   After all, public school is about making friends with kids in
your class. It is about playing sports or art, playing an instru-                                                                        BASKETBALL CAMP
ment or joining a science team.
   It is also about cafeteria employees turning out thousands of
meals everyday and it is about a janitorial staff cleaning up the
mess and making the buildings right every afternoon for the
following day.
   There are high hopes before the start of school every year.
   Public school education is all about dramatic change, new
ideas, efforts like those never before tried – all in the effort to
give the kids the very best.
   Some will take advantage of what they are offered by great
teachers who care and who take an interest. Others will inev-
itably get lost in the crowd. In this respect, Everett’s public
school experience is similar to those in the wealthiest suburban
   That is, some students will excel and soar. Others will sim-
ply shuffle their way through.
   Such is the case in places like Marblehead and Swampscott.
   Such is the case in Everett.
   We welcome everyone back. We urge the students and their
parents to stay in close touch and to work as hard and as smart
as they can.
   Everything good about life stands before the students of Ev-
erett’s public schools as they ready to pass through the doors
on the first day.
   We urge Everett’s students to take advantage of what they
are being offered.
   Take it and run, and if you do that, what a ride you’ll be in
for when graduation day arrives!

The newly refurbished stadium
                                                                                       Several Everett basketball players attended the Fun-Damental Basketball Camp under the direction of Mystic Valley Re-
                                                                                       gional head coach Tony Ferullo and assistant coach Donald Breault. The one-week camp session was held at the Pioneer
   With its new sign and front gates, polished bronze plaques
                                                                                       Charter School of Science gymnasium on Summer Street.
honoring Everett’s World War II war dead, benches and land-
scaping, a new artificial turf field and new stands, Everett Vet-
erans Memorial Stadium is a place to be proud of.
   The impressive look and feel of the place resonates quite
                                                                                                  Mayor is building a healthier Everett
nicely with the athletics going on inside.                                                Since his first term in office,   Fall Parenting Classes offered     healthy foods, Energize Ever-       ministering and enforcing the
   With football season nearing its start, the band has been                           Mayor DeMaria has been a             by the JCCHCE. Classes edu-        ett also continues in its mission   sanitary code.
                                                                                       strong proponent for building        cate parents in behavioral and     to increase opportunities for          The Department of Plan-
going through its practice sessions as is the football team and                        a healthier City, and the ad-        practical facets of health and     physical activity. Proposed         ning and Development and
we’ve noticed a few of Everett’s track stars running sprints in-                       ministration continues to work       wellness for the family.           projects include establishing       the City Services Department
side the stadium.                                                                      hard to achieve a healthier and         One of the many partners of     a “Complete Streets” policy         have also been making strides
   Millions have been spent to remake this sacred place, the                           happier environment for the          the JCCHCE, Energize Ever-         design standard for the City,       toward a healthier and safer
                                                                                       people of Everett. Improve-          ett is another driving force be-   in which streets and develop-       community with updates and
place named after Everett’s war dead.                                                  ments to both infrastructure         hind the initiative to making      ments are constructed and re-       additions to city infrastruc-
   It is a truly fitting monument but one that is so very much                         and services are being imple-        Everett a healthier city. Since    furbished with all users – mo-      ture. The most recent Capital
alive!                                                                                 mented – from increasing the         its inception, Energize Ever-      torists, pedestrians, bicyclists,   Improvement Plan looks to
                                                                                       accessibility to affordable          ett has grown with new lev-        and public transit – in mind.       renovate Glendale Park, the
                                                                                       healthcare and healthy food, to      els of participation – this year   Current projects include the        epicenter of recreational ac-
                                                                                       making our buildings, streets,       expanding under a federally        successful Walk/Ride Day            tivity in the City, in order to
                                                                                       and neighborhoods safer.             subsidized grant. The depart-

                                                                                                                                                               campaign, a community effort        provide a safe and well-main-
                                                                                          Under the leadership of           ment has diligently persisted      under the Clean Air Mobility        tained space for students, se-

                                                                                       the Joint Committee for Chil-        towards its long-term goal of      Act, which encourages resi-         niors, and families to exercise
                                                                                       dren’s Healthcare in Everett,        increasing the accessibility,      dents and City employees to         and play. The pavement man-
                                                                                       for the past 18 years the City       availability, and affordability
                             Independent                                               has led the way in Massa-            of healthful foods in the com-
                                                                                                                                                               walk, bicycle, or take public       agement plan continues its ef-
                                                                                                                                                               transportation to work on the       forts in reconstructing streets
                       Published by the Independent Newspaper Group                    chusetts for healthcare out-         munity. Strategies to achieve      last Friday of every month.         and sidewalks throughout the
                                                                                       reach and education. With            this goal include working to-         The Board of Health con-         City – keeping our roadways
               PHONE: 617-387-9600 • FAX: 781-485-1403                                 25 different partner organiza-       ward changes in food procure-      tinues their responsibility of      and sidewalks safe and ac-
             E-MAIL: EDITOR@EVERETTINDEPENDENT.COM                                     tions and individuals, the JC-       ment policies – stocking vend-     keeping residents safe with         cessible for residents. The
                                                                                       CHCE continually strives to          ing machines with healthy          programs such as the medical        ISD and Code Enforcement
                             DIRECTORY                                                 increase healthcare access for
                                                                                       all. They help families who
                                                                                                                            snack and beverage options,
                                                                                                                            assisting schools in meeting
                                                                                                                                                               and needle drop off. Resi-          departments also contribute
                                                                                                                                                               dents who need to dispose of        to the effort with the newly
 Advertising & Marketing                                      Business                 utilize the State run insurance      basic nutritional guidelines
      Director of Marketing                             Accounts Executive                                                                                     their sharps containers and         accepted residential and com-
                                                                                       programs with the application        – approaching small stores to      excess medication, both over        mercial trash regulations. The
         Debra DiGregorio                                   Judy Russi                 and renewal process – both           promote healthier food and
  Assistant Marketing Directors                                                                                                                                the counter and prescription        new regulations standardize
                                                                                       through personal guidance            beverage options through an        drugs, can safely do so at loca-    the bins used for discarding
           Colm Bohill                                       Editorial                 and organized classes. For           established health neighbor-
         Maureen DiBella                           Page Design, Copy Editing                                                                                   tions in City Hall. The BOH is      trash, allowing for cleaner and
     Senior Sales Associates                                                           the second year in a row, the        hood market, maintaining and       also working toward creating        more efficient disposal and
                                                          Scott Yates
            Peter Sacco                                                                JCCHCE has received a grant          promoting the local Everett        an Integrated Public Health         collection and thus a cleaner,
         Kathleen Bright                                   Reporting Staff             from the Massachusetts Blue          Farmers’ Market, and work-         Network with Somerville,            healthier City.
        Legal Advertising                                     Seth Daniel              Cross-Blue Shield foundation         ing with local restaurants to      Cambridge, and Watertown               These improvements and
          Ellen Bertino                                      John Lynds                to hold classes educating the        add healthy options to their       to share services and pool          continued efforts will help
         Design Director                                                               public on navigating the online      menus.                             knowledge across the region.        ensure that the City grows in
            Julie Dean                                      Printer                    application process. Also oc-           In addition to increasing
    Carol Alagero (classified)                       Concord Monitor (N.H.)
                                                                                                                                                               Other long-term goals include       a positive direction, remains
                                                                                       curring again this year, are the     awareness and availability of      garnering local colleges as ac-     strong, and educates and as-
                                                                                                                                                               ademic partners to add public       sists its residents in maintain-
                                                                                                                                                               health practice to college cur-     ing a healthy lifestyle. It is
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                    Ann Hudson                                                                Mary Correnti                                                               Ralph LeDrew
            Of Saugus, Formerly of Everett                                             Of Andover, formerly of Everett                                   Retired Production Manager for Gorton’s Fish
   Ann M. (Vigliotti) Hudson      and Louise Pennington and is              Mary A. (LaGrassa) Cor-             dren, Michael Jay, Andrew,               Ralph R. LeDrew died at            ing on.
of Saugus, formerly of Revere     also survived by many loving           renti of Andover, formerly of          Matthew and Jake; her loving          home on August 12 surround-              In addition to his wife, Mr.
and Everett, died on August       nieces and nephews.                    Everett, died on August 16.            sister-in-law Joanna Correnti         ed by his loving family.              LeDrew leaves two daughters,
18.                                  Funeral services will be               She was the beloved wife            and by many loving nieces                               He was the          Diane Eastman and Deborah
   She was the beloved wife       held in The Paul Buonfiglio            of the late Joseph H. Correnti         and nephews.                                       beloved husband          Bryant and her husband, John;
of the late John E.; devoted      & Sons-Bruno Funeral Home,             and loving mother of Mari-                Funeral arrangements were                       of Ruth (Bruce)          two sons, David LeDrew and
mother of Joyce M. Hudson         128 Revere St, Revere to-              anne Vetrano and her husband,          by the Salvatore Rocco &                           LeDrew       with        Dale LeDrew and his wife,
of Saugus, John E. Hudson, Jr.    day, Wednesday, August 22              Michael of Andover. She is             Sons Funeral Home, Ever-                           whom he shared           Erin; two grandsons, Lonn
and his wife, Sharon Snuffer      at 11:30 a.m. Relatives and            also survived by her two lov-          ett. Burial was in Woodlawn                        64 years of mar-         Eastman and Jeffrey LeDrew
of Texas; loving grandmother      friends are kindly invited.            ing grandchildren, Michelle            Cemetery, Everett. Memo-              riage. He was also a devoted          and his wife, Debby; three
of Joshua E. Hudson and his       Visitation will begin at 10:30         Antuna and her husband, Jeff           rial donations may be made            and generous father, grandfa-         granddaughters,       Lindesay
wife, Sarah of Arizona; cher-     a.m. In lieu of flowers, do-           and Nicole Lesofsky and her            to Beacon Hospice, 13 Branch          ther and great grandfather.           Bryant, Kelly Vecchio and
ished great grandmother of        nations may be made in her             husband, Michael as well as            St., Methuen, MA 01844. roc-             Born in Cambridge and              her husband, Marc and Jillian
Asher Hudson; dear sister of      memory to the charity of your          four loving great grandchil-           cofuneralhomes.com                    raised in Everett, he was the         LeDrew. He is also survived
the late Marie Rappa, Vin-        choice. For guest book please                                                                                       son of the late Spark and             by nine great grandchildren.
cenzo Vigliotti, Lena Beatrice    visit www.Buonfiglio.com                                                                                            Emma (Mercer) LeDrew.                 He was predeceased by his
                                                                                               Robin Kinney                                           A graduate of Everett High            brother Clarence, life-long
                  James Maltais                                                             New Hampshire Resident                                    School, he proudly served his
                                                                                                                                                      country during World War II
                                                                                                                                                                                            best friend Charles Bur-
                                                                                                                                                                                            gess, son-in-law David East-
                     Vermont Resident                                       Robin M. Kinney of Merri-           DiLeo and Julie DiLeo of              as a Merchant Marine before           man, daughter-in-law Karin
                                                                         mack, NH died on August 13.            Medford, William Giannetto            joining the U.S. Army.                LeDrew and grandson David
   James E. Maltais of Salis-     Lynnfield and Priscilla Coo-                                                                                           He worked as a produc-             LeDrew.
bury, VT died unexpectedly        per and her husband, Steve of          She was 48 years old.                  and his wife, Deborah Celeste
                                                                            Born in Boston on October           DeMarzo and Ernest Giannet-           tion manager for Gorton's                Funeral arrangements were
on August 14 at his home. He      Natick, Billy Maltais of New-                                                                                       Fish in Gloucester for over 25        by Bisbee-Porcella Funeral
was 52 years old.                 bury, Richard Maltais and his          18, 1963, she was the daugh-           to, all of Everett and her sister
                                                                         ter of Joseph and the late Mar-        and brother-in-law, Linda and         years. Ralph loved the ocean          Home, Saugus. Burial was at
   “Jimmy,” who graduated         wife, Faustina of Saugus and                                                                                        and enjoyed sailing his boats         Puritan Lawn Memorial Park
from Everett High School,         Kenny Maltais and his wife,            ianne (Gregory) DiLeo. She             Kurt Hulteen of Eagle River,
                                                                         was employed by the Depart-            AK and by many nieces, neph-          Fishstick and Fishstick II. He        in Peabody. In lieu of flowers,
became a butcher by trade and     Diane of Billerica. He is also                                                                                      was also an avid wood carver,         memorial donations may be
co-owned "The Meat Shop" of       survived by 13 nieces and              ment of Defense for 30 years,          ews, cousins and friends. She
                                                                         most recently as a DOD Con-            was also the Godmother of             model ship builder and wood           made to Freedom Home Care,
Everett with his brother Billy.   nephews and numerous cous-                                                                                          worker. Family and friends            39 Cross St., Suite 303, Pea-
He was also employed by Star      ins.                                   tract Supervisor at DCMA in            Joseph Salvadore of Revere,
                                                                         Manchester, NH.                        Meghan Richardson of Ando-            would always get a tour of            body, MA 01960. For condo-
Market and Shaw's grocery            His Funeral was held at the                                                                                      his home and workshop to see          lences: www.BisbeePorcella.
stores. He was a member of the    First Congregational Church,              She was preceded in death           ver, NH, Danielle DeMarzo
                                                                         by her brother, John Greg-             of East Boston, and Madeline          whatever carving project he           com
First Congregational Church       Chelsea. In lieu of flowers, the                                                                                    had completed or was work-
in Chelsea and enjoyed boat-      family asks that memorial do-          ory who died in 2003. Mrs.             Hughes of Melrose.
ing and spending time with his    nations be made to the Hope            Kinney was a loving wife,                 Funeral arrangements were
family and friends.               Lodge, 237 East Avenue Bur-            mother, daughter, sister, and          by the Rivet Funeral Home,
   Born on January 13, 1960       lington, VT 05401. Arrange-            friend who is survived by her
                                                                         husband of 25 years, Michael
                                                                                                                Merrimack, NH. Memorial
                                                                                                                donations can be made in her
                                                                                                                                                                         Julia Oneschuk
in Revere, he was the son of      ments were entrusted to the
the late William E. and Valma     Sanderson-Ducharme Funeral             Kinney; two sons, Patrick              name to the American Heart                                      Lynn Resident
E. (Dwire) Maltais. He is sur-    Home. Online condolences               Kinney and Christopher Kin-            Association, Northeast Affili-           Julia Oneschuk of Lynn             parents, she was predeceased
vived by his siblings: his twin   at www.sandersonfuneralser-            ney, all of Merrimack; father          ate, 2 Wall Street, Unit 104,         died after a brief illness on         by her brother, Walter On-
sister, Jane McCormick of         vice.com                               and step-mother Joseph and             Manchester, NH 03101. For             August 17 at Union Hospital           eschuk.
Melrose, Michelle Roccia of                                              Doreen DiLeo of North Port,            more information or to sign           in Lynn. She was 83 years               Funeral arrangements were
                                                                         Florida; her sisters and broth-        an online register book, please       old.                                  by the Cuffe-McGinn Funeral
                                                                         ers: Debra Austin and Thom-            visit www.rivetfuneralhome.
                Virginia Ciampa                                          as Austin of Revere, Steven            com
                                                                                                                                                         Born in Chelsea, she was
                                                                                                                                                      the daughter of the late Feo-
                                                                                                                                                                                            Home, Lynn. Private burial
                                                                                                                                                                                            was in Glenwood Cemetery,
                   Charlestown Resident                                                                                                               dosy and Feodora (Kozel)              Everett. In lieu of flowers,

  Virginia N. (Burns) Ci-         Mastorakis and her husband,                                       Irene Gill                                        Oneschuk and is survived by
                                                                                                                                                      her nephews, Jay Fenton and
                                                                                                                                                                                            memorial contributions may
                                                                                                                                                                                            be made to All Care Hospice,
ampa of Charlestown died on       John of Everett.                                          Retired Assembly Worker                                   his wife, Arlene of Lynn, Jeff        210 Market Street, Lynn, MA
August 14.                          Funeral arrangements were                                                                                         Fenton and his wife, Kate of          01901. Please visit: www.
  The beloved wife of the late    entrusted to the John H. Saw-             Irene J. (Thomas) Gill died         Joan I. Mahon and her hus-            Pittsburgh and Walter J. On-          cuffemcginn. com for online
Sabino Ciampa, she was the        yer Funeral Home, Charles-             August 10 at Massachusetts             band, Kevin and Patricia A.           eschuk and his wife, Chris of         guestbook
devoted mother of Diane E.        town.                                  General Hospital in Boston.            Gill, all of Everett, William         Wakefield. In addition to her
                                                                         She was 77 years old.                  H. Gill and his wife, Lorraine
               Helen Lundquist                                              Born in Chelsea, she
                                                                         was the daughter of the late
                                                                                                                of Danvers and Wayne R. Gill
                                                                                                                and his wife, Maryanne of                            Charles Giarratana
                         Hysil Retiree                                   Charles and Ethel (Bradbury)           Everett; the dear sister of the
                                                                         Thomas. She was a former               late William H. Thomas and                                         Electrician
   Helen M. Lundquist, a life-    las, Dakota, Jennifer, Marty,          Chelsea resident, but has been         is also lovingly survived by
long resident of Revere, died     Christopher, Chelsea, Melis-           living in Everett for the last 23      eight grandchildren: Kristen,            Charles A. Giarratana, a           Brittany; devoted grandson
on August 9 at Massachusetts      sa, Zachary, Dale, Jr., Eliza-         years. In 1995, following 20           Kari, Kayla, Kevin Jr., Kait-         lifelong resident of Everett,         of Charles A. Giarratana of
General Hospital in Boston        beth and Meaghan. She is also          years as a dedicated assembly          lyn, Meghan, Brittany, Daniel         died unexpectedly on August           Everett and dear brother of
following a brief illness. She    lovingly survived by her great         worker, she retired from the           and five great-grandchildren:         15 at the Whidden Memorial            Christopher and Talia of Ev-
was 74 years old.                 grandson Dante and by many             Melanco Picture Frame Co.              Jaime, Triniti, Catherine,            Hospital in Everett. He was 37        erett and Andrew of Malden.
   Born and raised in Revere,     devoted and caring nieces and          in Chelsea. During her retire-         Kevin III and Jade.                   years old.                            Funeral arrangements were by
she was a 1955 graduate of        nephews. She was the daugh-            ment she enjoyed spending                 Funeral arrangements were             Born in Malden, he was the         the Cafasso & Sons Funeral
Revere High School. For           ter of the late Mary M. (Gilm-         quality time with her loving           entrusted to the William R.           beloved son of Charles A., Jr.        Home, Everett. Memorial
many years, she worked in the     ore) Murray-Duffy who died             children, grandchildren and            Carafa & Son Home For Fu-             and Diane M. (Alex) of Ev-            contributions to the charity
production department at Hy-      on February 6, 2012 and the            great-grandchildren.                   nerals, Chelsea. Burial was in        erett; loving father of Haley,        of one’s choice would be sin-
sil Manufacturing of Revere.      late Charles Murray and the               She was the wife of the late        Woodlawn Cemetery, Ever-              Dustin, Charles A., IV and            cerely appreciated.
   She was the devoted moth-      sister of the late Thomas H.           William J. Gill who died in            ett.
er of Mary M. Cechura of          Duffy, Jr. and Frances Burke.          2003; the beloved mother of
Revere, Regina Gonya and             Funeral arrangements were
her husband, Martin of Lynn,      by the Vertuccio & Smith
Deborah M. Kendall of Bates-      Home for Funerals, Revere. In                                                     Glendale Christian Lighthouse Church
ville, Mississippi, Dale T.       lieu of flowers, remembrances                                                                       news and notes
Lundquist of Revere and Tonia     may be directed to the family
                                                                             We invite you, your friends        way for us to become children of      time for those who would like to      6:30-8:00pm our ministry "Let
M. Young and her husband,         and would be most appreci-
                                                                         and family to join us in our ser-      God enter heaven when we die.         gather together with others be-       My People Go" meets. As God
Randy of Poland, Maine; the       ated. For more information,
                                                                         vices, activities and special min-     Make that commitment today            fore starting their day, and pray.    instructed Moses to go to Pharo-
cherished grandmother of Ja-      visit:      www.vertuccioand-
                                                                         istries! Join us in prayer, worship,   and turn your life around!            Matthew 18:19 Jesus said "..I tell    ah and tell him to "let my people
mie, Christina, Katielyn, Dal-    smith.com
                                                                         praise and fellowship!                    If you need help call Pastor       you that if two of you on earth       go", this ministry is designed to
                                                                             The Lord has given us a some       Bob at Glendale Christian Light-      agree about anything you ask for,     help you let go of the things in
         Mildred ‘Milly’ Murphy                                          great weather however, we need
                                                                         to ask him for more rain and con-
                                                                                                                house Church or come to church
                                                                                                                some Sunday or during one of
                                                                                                                                                      it will be done for you by my Fa-
                                                                                                                                                      ther in heaven.." What challenges
                                                                                                                                                                                            your life that hinder you. Come,
                                                                                                                                                                                            be set free!
            Of Reading, formerly of Everett                              tinue to praise Him for this glori-    our ministries and we’ll help lead    are you facing in your life?             If you feel led by the Holy
                                                                         ous summer!                            you to Jesus!                            Every 2nd Saturday of the          Spirit to come and speak, please
   Mildred "Milly" (Pacillo)      also survived by many loving               Jesus can bring new life to           Services/Ministries/Special        month the Lord provides a FREE        call the church and ask for Mike
Murphy of Reading, formerly       nieces and nephews.                    you! You can find success,             Meetings & Events                     movie with FREE refreshments.         Fitzpatrick, Sr.
of Everett, died on August 1.        Arrangements were by                overcome addictions and health            Sunday: Bible Classes for          All are welcome! Movie starts            In Jesus’ name Amen!
She was 90 years old.             the Doherty-Barile Funeral             problems and heal relationships.       adults 9:00am                         at 6pm. This is a ministry of fel-       Glendale Christian Light-
   She was the devoted daugh-     Homes, Reading. Please hon-            Accept Jesus Christ as the Son of         Sunday Worship Service:            lowship that we pray will bring       house Church
ter of the late Antonio and Mi-   or her by making memorial              God, ask forgiveness for and ac-       10:30am (nursery provided)            people together for a good time.         701 Broadway, Glendale
chelina (Maffeo) Pacillo; lov-    donations to MSPCA-Angell,             knowledge that He died for your           Wednesdays: 7:00-8:30 pm           Come join us for an entertaining      Square
ing sister of Lucy Carpenella,    Attn: Donations, 350 South             sins. He then rose again both          Students of the Bible meeting.        and meaningful evening!                  Everett, MA 02149
Gilda Tammaro, Anthony            Huntington Avenue, Boston,             defeating death and providing a           Thursdays: 6:00 am Prayer             Every 3rd Monday night                617-387-7458
Pacillo, Jr. and the late Emma    MA 02130. To send a memo-
Bosco, Dorothy DeVico, Jo-        rial condolence: www.barile-                                                                  First Baptist Church
sephine Hadge, Michael Pac-       funeral.com
illo and Marji Bertone and is                                                                                                         news and notes
                                                                         was not only clothing but also             I also have created an online     my blog at genesistorevelations4.         Resource Center open from
                                     Greetings from the desk of          help creating a resume, or won-        blog because I remember the           blogspot.com                          9:00 am until 11:00 am
                                  Ronald Mayberry outreach co-           dering where I or my friends           times when I was so crazed and            The above mentioned minis-            Wednesday Bible Study at
  J.F. Ward                       ordinator at First Baptist Church      could get help with detoxes or         I needed to hear a positive mes-      tries are in addition to our normal   11:00 am
                                  in Everett. My wife Ashley and I       housing and other such things in       sage but I couldn’t or wouldn’t       scheduled services and I would            Wednesday Call to Prayer
 Funeral Home                     were called to Everett a little over   the area. There were times when        go to church so I went online to      like to personally invite you to      open from 6:00 pm until 10:00
                                  a year ago to work for God and         I just needed someone to talk to       seek anything that would take         any and all of our services. We       pm
  Compassionate, Professional                                            or looking for answers as to why       me away from the craziness of         are excited to be in a city where         Thursday Revival Service at
                                  we are blessed to be part of the
   Service Offering Pre-Need                                             I felt so empty inside. If you de-     my life. God has given me an op-      God is moving. I look forward to      7:00 pm
                                  kingdom of God here in Everett.
           Planning                  As part of my ministry as out-      sire help in any of these areas or     portunity to help others who also     meeting you soon.                         For more information you can
                                  reach coordinator we opened a          if you would like to hear how we       are seeking answers about a rela-         First Baptist Church services     check out our website: firstbap-
  Independent & Locally                                                  were able to overcome areas of         tionship with Jesus Christ, who       are as follows:                       tisteverett.org. If you would like
                                  resource center at First Baptist
          Owned                   Church. The original premise           our lives such as addiction and        is the best answer to overcome            Sunday School at 9:00 am          to know more about how Jesus
         Est. 1929                for this was to provide clothing       depression; homelessness and           addiction and any other prob-             Sunday Worship at 10:00 am        can change your life, please call
  Kevin S. Creel, Director        for those in need and have the         helplessness, we invite you to the     lems we may face. I must confess          Sunday Young Adults – call        Pastor Larry anytime at 617-
                                  opportunity to share the gospel        resource center, any Wednesday         that this is not a substitution for   Ronald for details                    319-2449, email: pastorlarry@
  772 Broadway, Everett           of Jesus Christ with them. How-        from 9:00 am to 11:00 am. Come         church, only a resource for those         Monday Theology Class at          firstbaptisteverett.org or Ronald
                                  ever we realized we wanted it to       sit and have a cup of coffee and       who seek a positive message un-       7:30 pm (starts again 9/17/12)        Mayberry at 781-689-5764 ron-
     (Glendale Sq. Area)                                                                                                                                  Tuesday Prayer Service at         aldm752@gmail.com or visit us
                                  be more than that. I remembered        see if we can help you in any-         til they find the courage to find a
         387-3367                 a time in my past when my need         way.                                   church. I invite you to check out     7:00 pm                               at any one of our services!

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everett public schools

Opening bell                                                                                               Everything students and parents need to
                                                                                                      u know about the 2012-13 school year

programs and activities                                                                                                                   OPENING SCHEDULE 2012
SPORTS                                                                                                                                    ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
AND EXTRA                                                                                                                                 n TUESDAY, AUGUST 28
CURRICULUM                                                                                                                                First day of school – Everett students will report
PROGRAMS                                                                                                                                  accordingly to the following schedule:
AGAIN OFFERED                                                                                                                                 • Elementary and Middle School: Grades
WITHOUT FEES                                                                                                                              1-8
   As other school districts                                                                                                                  All students will report at 7:45 a.m. to their
are desperately cutting                                                                                                                   respective schools and will be dismissed at 12
music, art, and other extra-                                                                                                              noon. BREAKFAST AND LUNCH WILL NOT
curriculum programs to                                                                                                                    BE SERVED on the first day of school.
balance their school budgets
and charging parents fees                                                                                                                 n WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
for all sports and the few                                                                                                                AUGUST 29 AND 30
remaining extra curriculum                                                                                                                   • Grades 1-8 will attend school a FULL DAY.
programs, Everett Public                                                                                                                     • Kindergarten Students – Full Day
Schools are holding the line                                                                                                                 • Report for school on Wednesday, August
against dropping programs or                                                                                                              29th at 7:45 a.m. – 2:15 p.m. to schools that
charging fees.                                                                                                                            have been assigned.
   Music, drama, art, science      Lafayette School third-grade teacher Felicia Wettstone.
fairs, and after-school                                                                                                                   n FRIDAY AND MONDAY,
programs as well as all sports     maintain fully staffed and       for help.                         that cultivates academic            AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 3
programs are still being           fully funded programs that          “No matter what their          relationships as well as
                                                                                                                                          No school: Labor Day weekend
offered to Everett Public          enrich students’ lives in the    grade level, if students are      social and interpersonal
School students without any        face of all the problems that    having difficulty with their      relationships. The assigned         n TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4
additional expense passed          come with being an inner-        studies they should know          faculty members help                All students, Kindergarten through Grade 12
on to their parents this 2012-     city school district.            they can receive extra help in    students manage issues              resume their regular schedule.
2013 school year, according                                         that subject from their teacher   associated with their age
to Superintendent of Public        POPULAR                          after school” Superintendent      levels as they progress             n Preschool start date will be
Schools Frederick F.               AFTER-SCHOOL                     Frederick F. Foresteire said.     through their high school           Wednesday, September 12.
                                                                       “Our teachers are              years using a unique focus for
Foresteire. “These programs        PROGRAM “FOR
are not only fully staffed                                          instructed to remain after        each class. This program is
                                   KIDS ONLY”
and fully equipped, they           OFFERED AGAIN
                                                                    school to help students
                                                                    who are struggling” the
                                                                                                      especially helpful for students
                                                                                                      who have experienced a deep
                                                                                                                                          EVERETT HIGH
are also fully funded” the
Superintendent said.                  The popular after-school      Superintendent emphasized.        personal loss and are having        n TUESDAY, AUGUST 28
   “This is due in great           program “For Kids Only”          “If you feel your child needs     difficulty moving forward.          Grade 9 students will report as follows:
part to the hard work of           is available again this 2012-    assistance, or if you are a          The second program                  •	 Report at 7:45 a.m. and will be
our School Committee”              2013 school year for Everett     student and need help, please     offered is the Student                    dismissed at 2:15
Superintendent Foresteire          public school students aged      contact that teacher and ask      Ambassador Program                     •	 All students will enter by the front door
said. “Thanks to the foresight     five through fourteen in         for help as soon as possible”     involving more than one                   and report to the cafeteria
and diligence of our School        Grades One through Eight.        he added.                         hundred fifty upperclassmen.
                                      This program is offered          A schedule for the type
                                                                                                                                             •	 Students will walk through their
Committee members,                                                                                    The “student ambassadors”                 abbreviated schedule
who have examined and              at each public school            of assistance needed will be      are trained to help freshmen
                                   (except the High School)         established by the teacher                                               •	 Breakfast and lunch will be served
re-examined the extra-                                                                                students adjust to the new
curriculum programs and the        and provides students with       based on the student’s grade      high school environment, and        n WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
sports programs offered, we        enriching experiences            and the subject area. Day-        are positioned throughout the       AUGUST 29-30
are able to still make these       beyond the school day, from      to-day work and progress          High School wearing highly          Grade 9 through 12 students
programs available for our         dismissal time at 2:15pm         will be evaluated, and when       visible red T-shirts with gold
                                   until 6:00pm Mondays             the student is judged able to
                                                                                                                                             •	 All students report to school at 7:45 a.m.
students, and we can offer                                                                            lettering. The sophomores,
                                   through Fridays. The extra       handle the work load again,                                                 – 2:15 p.m., full day
these programs with no extra                                                                          juniors and seniors who
                                   time helps students extend       the assistance will end.                                                 •	 All students grades 9-12 will report to
fees” the Superintendent                                                                              participate in this program
                                   their learning in a supervised                                     make themselves available to              their assigned homerooms
emphasized. “This often
makes the difference as to
                                   environment.                     FRESHMEN                          freshmen to talk about school          •	 Breakfast and lunch will be served
                                      For more information,         MENTOR                            issues, to discuss what high
whether the student is able to                                                                                                            n FRIDAY AND MONDAY, AUGUST 31 AND
                                   parents should contact the
participate or not in this tough
                                   “For Kids Only” District
                                                                    PROGRAM                           school sports and clubs offer
                                                                                                                                          SEPTEMBER 3
economic climate” he added.                                            To help with the transition    their members, and to discuss
                                   Director at the George                                                                                 No school: Labor Day weekend
   In fact, the number and                                          from elementary school to         any problems of acclimation
                                   Keverian School (617-394-                                          to the building itself.
variety of programs and                                             high school, two programs                                             n TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4
                                   5020) 10:00am to 6:00pm,                                              “The goal of each
sports that Everett High                                            will again be available                                               All classes resume their regular schedule.
                                   Monday through Friday                                              program is to help your
School had made available                                           for incoming freshmen
                                   after schools open. Parents                                        child successfully make
to their students won unusual                                       students this year, according
                                   may also contact their child’s
praise from the visiting                                            to Everett Public Schools         the jump from a smaller
                                   school and ask to speak to the
team of educators who were                                          Superintendent Frederick F.       elementary school to a
                                   “For Kids Only” coordinator
responsible for awarding                                            Foresteire.                       larger, more complicated
                                   for more information.
Everett High School its                                                The first offered is the       learning environment” said
renewal of accreditation                                            highly successful Advisory        Superintendent Foresteire.
last year. Despairing that         AFTER SCHOOL                     Program that assigns a faculty    “These programs can really
many school districts had          TUTORING                         member to every new high          make a difference if your
eliminated so many extra-             Students who are              school student in Grade           child is experiencing anxiety
curriculum programs in order       struggling to keep up with       Nine to help personalize the      over the change, and they
to “teach to the MCAS only”,       their classes, or parents        student’s journey through his     can even encourage a new-
the educators complemented         who notice their child           or her years in High School.      found independence while
the Everett administrators         having trouble with class           With this four year            your child is still in a safe,
and School Committee on            assignments have an              relationship, students            nurturing environment for
their continuing efforts to        important resource to contact    experience a curriculum           learning."                        Whittier School seventh-grade teacher Ben Francavilla.

Your principal or assistant principal is in school to answer any question you have about the coming school year.
Please call the following numbers between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to speak to one of them:

   Webster                         Parlin                    Keverian                    Lafayette                      Whittier                    English                    High
   School                          School                     School                      School                        School                      School                    School
  PRINCIPAL                     PRINCIPAL                    PRINCIPAL                    PRINCIPAL                   PRINCIPAL                    PRINCIPAL                 PRINCIPAL
 Denise Hanlon                Michelle Massa               John Obremski                  Kevin Shaw                 Mike McLucas                 David Brady                Louis Baldi
 617-394-5040                  617-394-2480                 617-394-5020                 617-394-2450                617-394-2410                 617-394-5013              617-394-2490
                                Nancy Sutera                  Patrick Dailey            William Donahue              Theresa Tringale                Kathleen              Nicholas Venezia
                              Assistant Principal           Assistant Principal         Assistant Principal          Assistant Principal            McCormack              Assistant Principal
                                                                                                                                                 Assistant Principal


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Everett Rec annual Fenway field trip
   On Saturday, August 18th,      Pawtucket Red Sox.                                on buses graciously donated,
the Recreation Center enjoyed        The Everett group was one                      for the fifth year in a row, by
their yearly field trip to Fen-   of four selected to parade                        Lester Morovitz, owner of
way Park in Boston to take        along the field and represent                     Malden Transportation.
part in the Futures at Fenway     the City of Everett and Mayor                        The Futures at Fenway
festivities.                      Carlo DeMaria. The youth                          fieldtrip was offered to all the
   Thanks to the generosity       carried the City banner, were                     children of Everett on a first
of Councilor Sergio Cornelio,     introduced by the field an-                       come, first serve basis. Reg-
who donated the 50 tickets,       nouncer, and were even high-                      istration was advertised and
the City’s youth were treated     lighted on the Jumbotron.                         organized by the Everett Rec-
to an afternoon game between         The kids and chaperones                        reation Center.
the Lowell Spinners and the       were transported to the game

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           Saugusbank to sponsor Founder’s Day                                                                                               Kennedy seeks re-election
               Family concert at the Saugus Iron Works                                                                                       to Governor's Council post
   Saugusbank        (www.sau-       relaxed setting, actually, kind    Ranger, Curtis White:             website at www.nps.gov/sair.          Attorney Terrence Kennedy
gusbank.com) is pleased to           of a throw-back; picnicking           "Founders' Day is proving      In addition to Saugusbank and      (D-Lynnfield), current Gover-
announce that it will again          families sitting on blankets,      to be really busy day at the      the Saugus Iron Works, the         nor’s Councillor for the Sixth
sponsor the popular Family           lawn chairs, great music and       park. In addition to the eve-     concert is held in cooperation     District of Massachusetts, to-
Concert on the grounds of the        dancing. I know that our em-       ning concert, at 11:45AM we       with the Saugus Youth and          day formally announced his
Saugus Iron Works National           ployees love the concert and       will have an unveiling of a       Recreation Department.             candidacy for re-election.
Historic Site, Saturday eve-         enjoy seeing their customers       recently acquired and signifi-       About Saugusbank                   This year’s state primary
ning, September 8th. As with         in a completely different envi-    cant artifact from the original      Saugusbank is an indepen-       will be held on Thurs., Sept.
last year’s event, the concert is    ronment.”                          1656 Iron Works. We're also       dent, full-service community       6, and the general election will
free to the public and will fea-        The Saugus Iron Works           planning a number of interac-     bank with over $200 million        be on Tues., Nov. 6.
ture the North Shore’s own,          National Historic Site is a        tive activities and demonstra-    in assets. Founded in 1911,           In making his announce-
Brian Maes Band. Scheduled           National Park located at 244       tions throughout the course       the organization operates out      ment, Councilor Kennedy first
from 5:00PM until approxi-           Central Street, off Walnut         of the day. For example, at       of three convenient branches       thanked the voters for having
mately 7:00PM, the concert           Street. Featuring working wa-      noon a small demonstration        and a loan production facil-       trusted in him in 2010. Their
will punctuate a busy Found-         terwheels, hot forges, mills,      furnace will begin spewing        ity. Saugusbank offers a wide      confidence in him, he said, has             Terrence Kennedy
er’s Day celebration. As re-         an historic 17th century home      molten iron which will then be    variety of loan and deposit        allowed him to serve for the
lated by Saugusbank President        and a lush river basin, the park   poured into customized molds      products that cater to the indi-   past two years as their voice               have done demonstrates that
and CEO, Kevin Tierney:              was significantly renovated in     - and which visitors can bring    vidual and business needs of       and their vote on the current               Massachusetts can, indeed,
     “We couldn’t be hap-            2008. With ample parking,          home once they are cooled         the community. In addition         Governor’s Council.                         have judges who are both
pier to be involved with this        this nine acre site is ideally     and cleaned."                     to its chartered mission, the         “I believe any review of my              experienced and competent
                                                                                                                                             tenure,” Councilor Kennedy                  throughout its judiciary, from
year’s event. It’s definitely        suited to host an event such          For further event informa-     bank is also an active support-
                                                                                                                                             continued, “demonstrates that               the district court level up to
refreshing to see the commu-         as the Family Concert. Ac-         tion or directions to the park,   er of philanthropic ventures
                                                                                                                                             I have always been a voice                  the Supreme Judicial Court.
nity come together in such a         cording to Supervisory Park        visit the Saugus Iron Works       throughout the area.
                                                                                                                                             of reason and an advocate for               Moreover, during the next two
                                                                                                                                             professionalism on the Coun-
Clear Channel Media and Entertainment
                                                                                                                                                                                         years I intend to work with
                                                                                                                                             cil.”                                       the Governor and my col-
                                                                                                                                                Councilor Kennedy went                   leagues to ensure increased
                                                                                                                                             on to cite his aggressive role
welcomes 101.7 to the lineup
                                                                                                                                                                                         diversity in the judges of the
                                                                                                                                             in the elevation of two out-
                                                                                                                                                                                         Probate Court system as well,
                                                                                                                                             standing lower court judges
                                                                                                                                                                                         an area which has up to this
    Clear Channel Media and          FM, WXKS-AM and WKOX-                                                                                   to the Supreme Judicial Court
                                                                        "iHeartRadio.com and on the       vices and independent media        as among the most important                 time lagged behind other state
Entertainment Boston recent-         AM as part of Clear Channel                                                                                                                         courts in this crucial element
                                                                        company’s radio station web-      representation.Clear Channel       achievements of his first term.
ly announced the debut of its        Media and Entertainment                                                                                                                             of recruitment.”
                                                                        sites, on the iHeartRadio mo-     Media and Entertainment is a       He pushed to increase diver-
newest station 101.7 WHBA-           Boston. Listeners can visit-                                                                                                                           Councilor Kennedy grew
                                                                        bile application on iPads and     division of CC Media Hold-         sity through the elevation of
FM “The Harbor.” WHBA                1017theharborradio.com for                                                                                                                          up in Everett, is a graduate of
                                                                        smartphones, and used via         ings, Inc. (OTCBB: CCMO),          Justice Fernande ‘Nan’ Duffly
will mark Clear Channel’s            more information and to listen                                                                                                                      Boston College Law School,
                                                                        navigation systems from Tom-      a leading global media and         and Justice Barbara Lenk.
fifth radio station in the Great-    online.
                                                                        Tom, Garmin and others. The       entertainment company. More           Councilor Kennedy con-                   and has been a practicing at-
er Boston area and will repre-           About Clear Channel Me-
                                                                        company’s operations include      information on the company         cluded, “I am extremely                     torney for more than 27 years.
sent the area’s first Variety Hit    dia and Entertainment Boston
                                                                        radio broadcasting, online and    can be found at clearchannel.      proud of these decisions, as                He lives with his wife Cheryl,
music station that will “play           Clear Channel Boston owns
                                                                        mobile services and products,     com,     clearchanneloutdoor.      well as the dozens of others I              a pre-school teacher, in Lyn-
anything.”                           and operates 101.7 The Har-
                                                                        live concerts and events, syn-    com and ccmediaholdings.           have made on the Council so                 nfield, and they have three
    Unlike any other Bos-            bor, KISS 108, JAMN 94.5,
                                                                        dication, music research ser-     com.                               far. I believe that the work I              children.
ton radio station, 101.7 The         TALK 1200, MIA 1430 and is
Harbor will play a variety of        part of Clear Channel Media
music and styles spanning            and Entertainment. With 237
                                     million monthly listeners in
four decades. WHBA-FM
will feature listeners’ favor-       the U.S., Clear Channel Media       Everett Kiwanis Club’s 27th Annual
ite songs from a variety of
artists across the board such
                                     and Entertainment has the larg-
                                     est reach of any radio or tele-
                                                                          Frank E. Woodward Golf Outing
as Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Ma-          vision outlet in America. Clear        Monday, September 10, 2012
donna, Prince, No Doubt, Def
Leppard, AC/DC, Maroon 5,
                                     Channel Media and Entertain-
                                     ment serves 150 cities through        The Everett Kiwanis Club has scheduled its 27th annual
                                                                                                                                                      Join our
Van Halen, U2, Journey, Nir-         850 owned radio stations. The      Frank E. Woodward Golf Outing for September 10, 2012 at
                                                                        Mount Hood Golf Club, Melrose, MA to benefit the Kiwanis
                                                                                                                                                          ART CLASSES
vana, Matchbox 20 and many           company’s radio stations and
more. Listeners will also en-        content can be heard on AM/        Scholarship Funds. Registration time is 12:00; Shotgun Tee
joy a commercial-free sum-           FM stations, HD digital radio      Time at 1:30; Dinner at 6:30. The $125.00 donation includes
mer of music in celebration of       channels, Sirius/XM satellite,     18 holes of golf - Scramble Format; Golf Cart; 4 Hole-In-One
Boston’s newest station 101.7        on the Internet at HYPER-          Prizes; Dinner and much more. Sponsorship opportunities are                         The EVERETT ARTS ASSOCIATION
The Harbor.                          LINK "http://iheartradio.com/      also available. For more information please call Lou Morelli @                       offers drawing and painting instruction at
    “We are extremely excited                                           (781) 724-7138.
to bring a different sound to                                                                                                                                               a reasonable fee.
Boston,” said Mary Menna,

                                       First Day
President/Market        Manager
for Clear Channel Media and                                                                                                                                    Classes begin on September 17, 2012
Entertainment Boston. “The
                                                                                                                                                                 Mondays 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Harbor offers the community
quality programming and is a                                                                                                                                     at Everett City Hall, Lower Level.

                                       At School
station that is not afraid to play
all of the greatest songs all on                                                                                                                                     Must be over the age of 18
one station. It will be fun and
upbeat and Boston listeners
                                                                                                                                                             For more information or to request an application,
are going to love it.”
    “We are going to play ev-                                                                                                                                                      contact us at:
erything - and that means a sur-                                                                                                                                       email: everettarts@yahoo.com
prising variety of songs from                                                                                                                                           or phone us at 617-387-8026
lots of decades, genres and
artists,” said Dylan Sprague,                                                                                                                        An application is available on our website at www.everettarts4.com
Operations Manager for The                                                                                                                             Everett Arts Association, P O Box 490282, Everett, MA 02149
Harbor. “You can expect to
hear 80s rock and pop hits,
some 70s disco, 90s alterna-
tive and of course some great
hair bands.”
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                                                                                                   Getting Out
The Arctic and ancient Egypt heat up Museum of Science
      B S                 B                                                                                                                                                     can rebuild ancient pottery,
       barths@comcast.net                                                                                                                                                       puzzle-style, using shards; try                   BOX OFFICE
                                                                                                                                                                                dragging a pyramid block with
   As the temperature rises, a                                                                                                                                                                                                     “To The Arctic,” 40-minute,
                                                                                                                                                                                a rope; determine the age of an
great way for families to cool                                                                                                                                                                                                    G-rated, IMAX movie, at the
                                                                                                                                                                                artifact by the depth it was bur-
off, be entertained, and venture                                                                                                                                                ied in; watch demonstrations                      Museum of Science Mugar
into worlds unknown is at the                                                                                                                                                   and write messages in Egyptian                    Omni Theater, Boston; ad-
Boston Museum of Science’s                                                                                                                                                      hieroglyphics,and more.                           mission: adults, $10; seniors,
new, G-rated, 40-minute, pan-                                                                                                                                                       Many Egyptian tombs have                      9; children 3-11, $8. Tickets
oramic IMAX movie, “To the                                                                                                                                                      been vandalized and plundered                     for all exhibit halls, includ-
Arctic,” and temporary ex-                                                                                                                                                      over time, then buried under                      ing new temporary exhibit,
hibit, “Lost Egypt:Ancient Se-                                                                                                                                                  layers of violent sandstorms.                     “Lost Egypt:Ancient Secrets,
crets, Modern Science,” in the                                                                                                                                                  Yet when the wind shifts, it re-                  Modern Science,” appearing
Exhibit Halls.                                                                                                                                                                  veals ancient remnants.                           through Sept. 3: adults, $22;
   The movie, narrated by Acad-                                                                                                                                                     Curious visitors can press                    seniors, $20; children 3-11,
emy Award winning, renowned                                                                                                                                                     video buttons to see research-                    $19. Combination tickets
actress Meryl Streep, is a ma-                                                                                                                                                  ers, who explain their methods                    available. For tickets and
jestic and intimate snapshot in                                                                                                                                                 and technology on how they                        showtimes, call 617-723-
time of a protective polar bear                                                                                                                                                 discover, establish and explore                   2500 or visit mos.org, www.
mom and her seven-month-old                                                                                                                                                     an archaelogical dig. Large                       mos.org/visitor_info/admis-
twins, in their rapidly melting                                                                                                                                                 photographic murals simulate                      sion.
environment that imperils their                                                                                                                                                 visitors’ entrance and interior
existence, even now.                                                                                                                                                            of tombs and pyramids. At a
   The new, temporary exhibit,                                                                                                                                                  simulated tomb entrance maze,                   Jane Doe, about 15 years old,
“Lost Egypt:Ancient Secrets,                                                                                                                                                    visitors holding and tilting mir-               and her coffin; another mummy
Modern Science,” at the mu-                                                                                                                                                     rors capture rays of light in                   of an anonymous older male;
seum through Sept. 3, is a fas-                    shimmering turquoise and sap-              When she catches a seal or       swimming nearby, are further                     the darkness, revealing murals                  and pets, aiding scientists’ dis-
cinating trek into the Valley                      phire waters, it traces touching        other prey, the family eats ev-     apart, causing the mother and                    with colorful scenes depicting                  covery of how funeral staff and
of the Kings, the Giza Plateau,                    moments in the lives of a highly        erything, leaving no trace of       her cubs to swim longer and                      the deceased’s status, lifestyle,               embalmers prepared, preserved
and Thebes, home of ancient                        protective mother polar bear            their meal, except bloodstains      more strenuously.                                family, servants and pets.                      and protected corpses.
royal burials and pyramids that                    and her two cubs, their trek for        on the ice and their fur.              Their home is increasingly                        Scenes of modern Cairo with                    There also are murals, arti-
were compromised by van-                           food and survival.                         Besides      actress    Meryl    endangered, too, because of                      its glittering skyscrapers and                  facts, small coffins with spe-
dals, thieves, sandstorms and                         Ice-crackling frames capture         Streep, a male narrator explains    global warming and the Arc-                      researchers using radar, GPR,                   cific human organs, and traces
erosion. As children and teen-                     photos and scenes of Inuit fami-        how brown bears migrated to         tic’s melting more rapidly. Sci-                 and digital equipment contrast                  of embalming solution, etc. that
agers play soccer and other                        lies, long-tusked walruses, run-        the Arctic over thousands of        entists predict if effects from                  the desert’s antiquity.                         prepared bodies for safe passage
sports near these magnificent                      ning caribou herds, and more.           years. They’re actually marine      greenhouse gases aren’t better                       Several pottery shards, iden-               to the afterlife. Several amulets,
ancient ruins, archaeologists                         In the background, Steve             mammals who live in Green-          controlled, by 2050, the Arctic                  tification seals, bread molds,                  figurines of gods and goddesses,
using ultra-modern technology                      Wood’s dramatic musical score           land, Norway, Canada, Russia        Ice Cap will barely exist.                       beakers, storage jars, urns, fab-               utilitarian items to eat and serve
are unmasking new discoveries                      and Paul McCartney’s songs              and the US.                            “To the Arctic” is a beauti-                  ric pieces, tools, foodstuffs and               with, and precious offerings to
about people’s lifestyles, burial                  punctuate stirring scenes, from            They lost their pigmentation,    fully crafted film the entire                    foundations of living quarters                  the gods are displayed.
and mummification processes                        the bears’ frolicking in the water      became colorless, but gained        family will enjoy.                               for pyramid builders and their                     Forensic sculptor Frank
thousands of years ago, that                       and on land, to danger lurking          layers of blubber and fur for                                                        foremen have been unearthed                     Bender’s face masks recreate
remained mysterious for centu-                     behind them as they’re pursued          warmth. Their snouts and paws          ‘LOST         EGYPT:AN-                       in the Valley of the Kings and                  mummies’ facial structure and
ries - until now. Tickets for this                 by a huge, hungry male polar            increased in size as they adapt-    CIENT SECRET,MODERN                              Giza Plateau. Rocks with in-                    appearance, while the color of a
exhibit allow visitors entry to                    bear. After being followed for          ed to their frigid habitat. Polar   SCIENCE’                                         scriptions served as letters or                 shroud, such as unknown “An-
ongoing exhibit halls.                             miles, Mama Bear finally rises          bears look white because the           This new exhibit, created by                  payment ledgers. All workers                    nie’s” red wrapping, indicate
                                                   to her full height and stares           sun’s reflection mirrors their      COSI (Center of Science and                      were male. Healthcare and food                  societal stature. Red generally
   ‘TO THE ARCTIC’                                 him down, sending her attacker          vast snow and ice landscape,        Industry in Columbus, Ohio)                      were provided. Women and                        denoted a priest. Scanners detect
   Warner Bros. and IMAX’s                         away, slouching.                        providing natural protective        and constructed by the Sci-                      children didn’t live with the                   amulets or other lucky charms
magnificent 40-minute docu-                                                                coloration. Currently, there are    ence Museum of Minnesota,                        workers; perhaps nearby.                        encased under the shroud for
mentary, directed by Greg                             In lieu of gore in the film.         about 20,000 polar bears, and       has several hands-on activities,                     Visitors     also     witness               protection in the afterlife.
MacGillivray and written and                       Mama Bear nurses her twin               their numbers are jeopardized.      where amateur archaelogists                      wrapped mummies of a young
edited by Stephen Judson, is                       cubs tenderly, and the babies              As cameras span looming
jam-packed with fantastic sur-                     cuddle playfully around her             iceberg walls, several have
prises. Besides spectacular,                       and each other. When they’re            melting fissures, creating spout-
panoramic views of the frigid
Arctic, with its brilliant au-
                                                   swimming, Mama Bear often-
                                                   times swims beneath her cubs,
                                                                                           ing waterfalls and mini geysers.
                                                                                           Floating ice floes that polar
                                                                                                                                                       Exercise is the key to healthy aging
rora borealis, massive, melting                    buoying and playing with them           bears depend on for catching           As you grow older, an ac-                     as you get older.                               a sedentary lifestyle is un-
icebergs and floes, majestic                       during distances.                       and eating prey, like seals         tive lifestyle is more important                    No matter your age or your                   healthy for the elderly. Period.
mountain peaks and ridges, and                                                                                                 than ever. Regular exercise                      current physical condition,                     Inactivity often causes seniors
                                                                                                                               can help boost energy, main-                     you can benefit from exercise.                  to lose the ability to do things
                                                                                                                               tain your independence, and                      Reaping the rewards of exer-                    on their own and can lead to
                                       Crossword Puzzle                                                                        manage symptoms of illness
                                                                                                                               or pain. Exercise can even re-
                                                                                                                                                                                cise doesn’t require strenuous
                                                                                                                                                                                workouts or trips to the gym.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                more hospitalizations, doctor
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                visits, and use of medicines
                                                                                                                               verse some of the symptoms                       It’s about adding more move-                    for illnesses.
                                                                                                                               of aging. And not only is ex-                    ment and activity to your life,                    Myth 3: Exercise puts me
Across                                                                                                                         ercise good for your body—                       even in small ways. Whether                     at risk of falling down.
1 Altar constellation                                                                                                          it’s also good for your mind,                    you are generally healthy or
4 Picked locks?                                                                                                                mood, and memory. Whether                        are managing an illness—                           Fact: Regular exercise, by
8 Where to see Goyas                                                                                                           you are generally healthy or                     even if you’re housebound—                      building strength and stam-
13 Translating computer program                                                                                                are managing an illness, there                   there are many easy ways to                     ina, prevents loss of bone
15 Had pizza delivered, say                                                                                                    are plenty of ways to get more                   get your body moving and                        mass and improves balance,
16 Rikishi’s contest                                                                                                           active, improve confidence,                      improve your health.                            actually reducing your risk of
18 Vice __                                                                                                                     and boost your fitness                              5 Myths about Exercise                       falling.
19 DFW airport home                                                                                                               Have you heard exercise is                    and Older Adults                                   Myth 4: It’s too late. I’m
20 Lei presenter                                                                                                               important for older adults, but                     Myth 1: There’s no point                     already too old to start exer-
22 Bit for the dog bowl                                                                                                        don’t know where to begin?                       to exercising. I’m going to get                 cising
23 Tapped-out character                                                                                                        You’re not alone. Many se-                       old anyway.                                        Fact: You’re never too old
24 Popping up all over                                                                                                         niors feel discouraged by fit-                      Fact: Exercise and strength                  to exercise! If you’ve never
25 Plaintive wind, perhaps                                                                                                     ness barriers, such as chronic                   training helps you look and                     exercised before, or it’s been a
26 First-year law student                                                                                                      health conditions or concerns                    feel younger and stay active                    while, start with light walking
28 City known as the political capital of                                                                                      about injury or falls. If you’ve                 longer. Regular physical ac-                    and other gentle activities.
Africa                                                                                                                         never exercised before, you                      tivity lowers your risk for a                      Myth 5: I’m disabled. I
30 Battlefield display                                                                                                          may not know where to begin.                     variety of conditions, includ-                  can’t exercise sitting down.
32 King’s problem in “The King’s                                                                                               Or maybe an ongoing health                       ing Alzheimer’s and demen-                         Fact: Chair-bound people
Speech”                                                                                                                        problem or disability is keep-                   tia, heart disease, diabetes,                   face special challenges but
33 Polo Grounds #4                                                                                                             ing you from getting active.                     colon cancer, high blood pres-                  can lift light weights, stretch,
34 Place to see bull horns                                                                                                     Perhaps you think you’re too                     sure, and obesity.                              and do chair aerobics to in-
35 Reorganize, and then some                                                                                                   old or frail.                                       Myth 2: Elderly people                       crease range of motion, im-
39 Thrill                                                                                                                         The truth is that you can’t                   shouldn’t exercise. They                        prove muscle tone, and pro-
43 Pacific Northwest cedar monuments                                                                                            afford not to get moving. Ex-                    should save their strength and                  mote cardiovascular health.
45 NYC neighborhood                                                                                                                                                             rest.
                                                                                                                               ercise is the key to staying
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                                                                                                                               strong, energetic, and healthy                      Fact: Research shows that
47 Scandinavian saint
48 Rascal
49 Like Gen. McChrystal
50 Quite soon
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53 What a case may go to
55 The three in this grid are a hint to the                                                                                    BUYER 1                   BUYER 2                SELLER 1               SELLER 2             ADDRESS             CITY      PRICE
starts of 16-, 28- and 43-Across                                                                                               Peppe, Martin J           Peppe, Lois            Kenworthy, Richard C                        56 Central Ave      Everett   $425,000
58 Gravy no-no                                17 Oldies players                52 Gibson need         Brazilian maps
                                                                                                                               Villanueva, Carlos                               Morello, Dominic                            41 Cleveland Ave    Everett   $420,000
59 Billie Holiday’s real first name            21 Gets cozy                     54 Spring mo.          57 Watched the kids
                                                                                                                               Marenghi, Franz                                  Marenghi, Franz                             33 Clifton Ave #A   Everett   $100,000
60 El primer mes                              23 [Facepalm!]                   56 Common word on
                                                                                                                               Connolly, Lauren B                               REEM Props LLC                              52 Coolidge St      Everett   $290,000
61 Houston MLBer                              25 Lay one’s hands on
                                                                                                                               Kolev, Iliya              Neshew, Svetoslav V    FNMA                                        6 Elm St #3         Everett   $86,000
62 “Just kidding!”                            27 Undid the blindfold
                                                                                                                               Ntagengwa, Jean B         Ntagengwa, Christine   Santana, Hudson        Santana, Lisa        42 Everett St       Everett   $285,000
                                              28 Do more than just consider
                                                                                                                               Barros, Antonia N         Debarros, Antonia N    Galbraith, Joan                             24 Fairlawn St      Everett   $275,000
Down                                          29 “The Clan of the Cave Bear”
                                                                                                                               Direct FCU                                       Delvalle, Hector L     Direct FCU           39 Foster St        Everett   $150,000
1 Rm. coolers                                 writer
                                                                                                                               Cullity, Lawrence P       Cullity, Cheryl M      Doherty, Timothy S                          55 High St #3       Everett   $192,500
2 Stand-up performance                        31 Tabloid pair
                                                                                                                               Normile, Corey                                   FNMA                                        14 Locust St #3E    Everett   $123,900
3 Current contraption                         35 Scare
                                                                                                                               Grasso, Gerald R                                 Capachietti INT        Grasso, Gloria J     59 Newton St        Everett   $250,000
4 Align the cross hairs                       36 Jeter’s 3,000th hit, e.g.                                                     Dossantos, Alexandre R    Dossantos, Maria G     Stewart, John F        Stewart, Joanne H    6 Parkview Rd       Everett   $272,000
5 Fly in the ointment                         37 Unit by unit, in succession                                                   Nguyen, My                                       Censullo, Charles J    Depietro, Susaan R   27 Tufts Ave        Everett   $115,000
6 Slows                                       38 Coral component
7 Prom corsage                                39 Foreclosure cause

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Regular meeting of the Common Council, Monday, August 20, 2012
   PUBLIC HEARINGS                  street sweeping/resident stick-     PEARED TO EXPLAIN                   for reconsideration shall be        Finance Oversight Board may         Employee status to members
   1. C0140-12                      er program signs becoming           THAT THE BOARD OF                   limited to thirty minutes, in to-   require for these purposes.         of the Council on Aging.
   In accordance with the Joint     "bleached out". Signs will be       ALDERMEN VOTE OF 4                  tal, and no member shall speak         AMENDED BY DELET-                   PASSED SENT UP FOR
Rules of the City Council, that     replaced on all main arteries.      YEAS 3 NAYS AT THEIR                more than 5 minutes.).              ING "$7,652,000" AND RE-            CONCURRENCE
each meeting shall allow up         Signage on secondary streets        MEETING    DEFEATED                    REFERRED TO RULES                PLACE WITH "$9,152,000"
to ten (10) minutes for public      will be addressed on an as-         THE ORDINANCE. A                    & ORDINANCES COM-                   AND FURTHER AMEND                      22.      C0152-12 Order/s/
participation and comment           needed basis; and $120,000.00       TWO THIRDS VOTE (2/3)               MITTEE                              TO DETETE $4,172,000                Councilor Daniel J. Napoli-
prior to commencement of the        Vehicles. The four vehicles         VOTE WAS NEEDED TO                                                      BESIDES (MWRA) AND                  tano, as President
reading of the communica-           are needed to replace the (3)       PASS. NO ACTION NEC-                   15.      C0141-12 Order/s/       INSERT $5,672,000" IN                  Granting Special Municipal
tions from the Mayor.               smart cars purchased in 2009,       ESSARY AT THE COM-                  Councilor Daniel J. Napoli-         ITS PLACE. PASSED AS                Employee Status to members
   PUBLIC PARTICIPA-                as there is only one smart car      MON COUNCIL MEET-                   tano, as President                  AMENDED, (RECONSID-                 of the Recreation Commis-
TION AND COMMENT                    on the road. The others in need     ING.                                   That $7,015,767 is ap-           ERATION FAILED), SENT               sion.
HELD. THERE WERE                    of significant repair. While the                                        propriated to pay costs of the      UP FOR CONCURRENCE.                    PASSED SENT UP FOR
EIGHT PARTICIPANTS.                 smart cars were eco-friendly,          10. A0188-12 Ordinance/          following capital projects:                                             CONCURRENCE
                                    they were not built to handle       s/Alderman Sal Sachetta, as         Glendale Park Improvements             NEW BUSINESS
    COMMUNICATIONS                  the amount of driving re-           Chairman of Finance and             $2,100,000; Crosswalk Instal-          17.      C0144-12 Order/s/          23.     C0153-12 Order/s/
 FROM HIS HONOR THE                 quired by this department. The      Councilor Sergio Cornelio, as       lation $200,000; Roadway Re-        Councilor Daniel J. Napoli-         Councilor Daniel J. Napoli-
           MAYOR                    new vehicles would also be          Co-Chairman of Finance              construction $3,771,767; Side-      tano, as President                  tano, as President
   2. C0146-12 Resolution/s/        equipped with all-wheel drive,         That in accordance with the      walk Reconstruction $64,000;           Pursuant to Section 7 of the        Granting the position of El-
Councilor Daniel J. Napoli-         which is necessary for the win-     provisions of Chapter 3, Sec-       Fire Department Repairs             City Charter, that the Common       derly Assistant - Special Mu-
tano, as President                  ter months.                         tion 1 of the City of Everett       and Design $250,000; Par-           Council vacancy in Ward One         nicipal Employee Status
   That the City Council and           PASSED IN CONCUR-                Charter and Chapter 7, Sec-         lin School Masonry Repairs          be filled by a majority vote of
                                                                                                                                                                                       PASSED SENT UP FOR
the Mayor convene a Rules           RENCE                               tion 7-163 of the Revised Or-       $500,000; 911 Stairs $50,000;       the Common Council and a
                                                                                                            Police Station Renovations                                              CONCURRENCE
and Ordinances meeting to                                               dinances of the City of Ever-                                           person so elected to fill such
explore drafting an ordinance          7. A0214-12 Order/s/Alder-       ett, the salary for the position       $80,000 including the pay-       vacancy shall hold office until
                                    man Joseph W. McGonagle,            of Mayor shall be $115,000.00       ment of any other costs inci-       his/her successor has qualified,       24.      C0154-12 Order/s/
banning medical marijuana
dispensaries from the City of       as President                        annually effective January 1,       dental and related thereto; that    who shall be elected at the next    Councilor Daniel J. Napoli-
Everett due to the upcoming            Subject to confirmation by       2014. All Ordinances or parts       to meet this appropriation, the     biennial city election.             tano, as President
ballot question, which would        the Honorable City Council,         of Ordinances in conflict with      Treasurer with the approval            MR. PETER NAPOLITA-                 Granting the position of
allow 35 medical marijuana          and in conformity with Article      the foregoing are hereby re-        of the Mayor, is authorized to      NO AND MRS. CHERYL                  Director of Human Services -
dispensaries in the State, and      2, Section 10 and Article 3,        pealed. (Enrolled sent down         borrow said under and pursu-        LANDRY NOMINATED.                   Special Municipal Employee
invite the Mayor's Office,          Section 3 of the Everett City       for enrollment.)                    ant to Chapter 44, Sections 7       MRS. CHERYL LANDRY                  Status.
Chief of Police and the City        Charter, as well as, Chapter           ENROLLED IN CON-                 and 8 of the General Laws, or       ELECTED. CONGRATU-                     PASSED SENT UP FOR
Solicitor.                          90, Section 20A 1/2 of the          CURRENCE SENT UP                    pursuant to any other enabling      LATIONS.                            CONCURRENCE
   COMMUNICATION                    Massachusetts General Laws,         FOR ORDAINMENT                      authority, and to issue bonds
ACCEPTED, REFERRED                  I hereby appoint Michelle                                               or notes of the City therefore.        18.       C0145-12 Order/s/         25.     C0155-12 Order/s/
TO THE RULES & ORDI-                Karas as the Parking Clerk/            COMMUNICATIONS                      Further Ordered: that the        Councilor Daniel J. Napoli-         Councilor Daniel J. Napoli-
NANCES COMMITTEE.                   Hearing Officer for the City of        11.     C0127-12 Order/s/        Treasurer is authorized to file     tano, as President                  tano, as President
                                    Everett.                            Councilor Sergio Cornelio           an application with the Munic-         Pursuant to Section 7 of the        Granting the position of
   3. C0147-12 Order/s/Coun-           CONFIRMED IN CON-                   Favorable    recommenda-         ipal Finance Oversight Board        City Charter, that the Com-         member of the Disability
cilor Daniel J. Napolitano, as      CURRENCE                            tion from Veteran's Officer to      to qualify under Chapter 44A        mon Council vacancy in Ward         Commission - Special Munici-
President                                                               dedicate a square in honor of       of the General Laws any or          Three be filled by a majority       pal Employee Status
   To accept an anonymous              8. A0215-12 Order/s/Alder-       John Doherty, US Army, at           all of the bonds authorized by      vote of the Common Council             PASSED SENT UP FOR
donation of $159.33 to the          man Joseph W. McGonagle,            the corner of Mansfield Street      this Order and to provide such      and a person so elected to fill     CONCURRENCE
City of Everett's Office of Hu-     as President                        and Argyle Street.                  information and execute such        such vacancy shall hold of-
man Services Emergency Ser-            Subject to confirmation by          COMMUNICATION                    documents as the Municipal          fice until his/her successor has       26.     C0156-12 Order/s/
vices Account.                      the Honorable City Council,         ACCEPTED,            ORDER          Finance Oversight Board may         qualified, who shall be elected     Councilor Daniel J. Napoli-
   PASSED SENT UP FOR               and in accordance with Article      PASSED SENT UP FOR                  require for these purposes.         at the next biennial city elec-     tano, as President
CONCURRENCE                         2, Section 10, and Article 3,       CONCURRENCE                            PASSED (RECONSID-                tion.                                  Granting the position of
                                    Section 3 of the Everett City                                           ERATION FAILED) SENT                   MR. LEONARD JOR-                 member of the Board of Trust-
   4. C0150-12 Order/s/Coun-        Charter, I hereby appoint Ed           12.     C0135-12 Order/s/        UP FOR CONCURRENCE.                 DAN NOMINATED AND                   ees of the Public Libraries -
cilor Daniel J. Napolitano, as      Mastrocola as the 911 Direc-        Councilors Jason Marcus and                                             ELECTED UNANIMOUS-                  Special Municipal Employee
President                           tor for the City of Everett.        Joseph King                            16.      C0142-12 Order/s/       LY.          CONGRATULA-            Status.
   To accept donations total-          CONFIRMED IN CON-                   Favorable response from          Councilor Daniel J. Napoli-         TIONS.                                 PASSED SENT UP FOR
ing $11,000.00 to the 9/11          CURRENCE                            Veteran's Officer, to dedicate      tano, as President                                                      CONCURRENCE
Memorial Fund Account from                                              a square in honor of James             That $7,652,000 is ap-              19. C0148-12 Resolution/
the following: Janis Canies            9.     A0187-12 Ordinance/       Brickley, WWII Veteran and          propriated to pay costs of the      s/Councilors Richard Dell Iso-         27.     C0157-12 Order/s/
$100, Rockwell Amusements           s/Alderman Sal Sachetta, as         Korean War Veteran, at the          following capital project: Res-     la and Sergio Cornelio              Councilor Daniel J. Napoli-
$10,000, Josephine & Albert         Chairman of the Finance and         intersection of Mt. Washing-        idential Water Meters (Non-            That a letter be sent to the     tano, as President
Massua $100, Carlo & Rosa           Councilor Sergio Cornelio, as       ton and Alpine Road.                MWRA)$3,000,000; Water              Department of Conserva-                Granting the position of
DeMaria $500, Judith Murphy         Co-Chairman of Finance                 COMMUNICATION                    Main Replacements (MWRA)            tion and Recreation, as well        Clerk of the Common Council
$100, Emilia Cardello $100,            That in accordance with the      ACCEPTED,            ORDER          $4,172,000;                         as, Senator Sal DiDomenico,         - Special Municipal Employee
Domenic DiBiase $100.               provisions of Chapter 2, Sec-       PASSED SENT UP FOR                     Water System Repairs             about replacing the guardrail       Status
   PASSED SENT UP FOR               tion 4 of the City of Everett       CONCURRENCE.                        (Non-MWRA) $350,000;                at Route 16 and Spring Street.         PASSED SENT UP FOR
CONCURRENCE                         Charter and Chapter 7-163                                                  Water Dept.Vehicle Re-           We are also requesting to ex-
                                    of the Revised Ordinances of                 UNFINISHED                 placement $130,000; includ-         tend the guardrail going up
     PAPERS FROM THE                the City of Everett, the sal-                  BUSINESS                 ing the payment of any other        Spring Street, as trucks are
                                                                           13. C0113-12 Resolution/s/                                                                                  28.     C0158-12 Order/s/
 BOARD OF ALDERMEN                  ary for each member of the                                              costs incidental and related        driving up on the sidewalk.
                                                                        Councilors Cynthia Sarnie and                                                                               Councilor Daniel J. Napoli-
   5. A0206-12 Order/s/Alder-       Everett City Council shall be                                           thereto; that to meet this ap-         REFERRED BACK TO
man Joseph W. McGonagle,            $15,000.00 annually effec-          Michael McLaughlin                  propriation, the Treasurer with     SPONSOR.                            tano, as President
as President                        tive January 1, 2014. In ad-           That Code Enforcement            the approval of the Mayor, is                                              Granting the position of
   To accept a donation of          dition, the President of the        look into the corner of Tileston    authorized to borrow said un-          20.      C0149-12 Resolu-        Data Input Clerk in the De-
$100.00 to be deposited into        Everett City Council shall          and Williams Street relative to     der and pursuant to Chapter         tion/s/Councilor Michael J.         partment of Parking Enforce-
the 9/11 Memorial Fund Ac-          receive an additional stipend       the business to see if they can     44, Sections 7 and 8 of the         McLaughlin                          ment - Special Municipal Em-
count from the Everett Credit       of $2,500.00 annually for the       put some kind of slats or mesh      General Laws, or pursuant to           That Senator Sal DiDo-           ployee Status
Union.                              performance of duties of said       in the fence. I would like a re-    any other enabling authority,       menico and Councilor Sal
   PASSED IN CONCUR-                office. All Ordinances or parts     sponse back at the next coun-       and to issue bonds or notes of      LaMartina give a written re-          PASSED  SENT  UP
RENCE                               of Ordinances in conflict with      cil meeting.                        the City therefore.                 sponse in one month for a new       FOR    CONCURRENCE
                                    the foregoing are hereby re-           REFERRED BACK TO                    Further Ordered: that the        measure put in place for odor
   6. A0210-12 Order/s/Alder-       pealed. (Amended to delete          SPONSOR                             Treasurer is authorized to file     control at the Boston Water            29.     C0159-12 Order/s/
man Joseph W. McGonagle,            "stipend of $2.500.00", and                                             an application with the Munic-      and Sewer Sludge Plant.             Councilor Daniel J. Napoli-
as President                        further amended by delet-              14. C0136-12 Resolution/         ipal Finance Oversight Board           REFERRED TO NEXT                 tano, as President
   To transfer $160,000.00          ing "$15,000.00" and insert-        s/Councilors Leo McKinnon           to qualify under Chapter 44A        MEETING                                Granting the position of Ev-
from the Parking Meter Re-          ing "$25,000.00". Enrolled as       and Wayne Matewsky                  of the General Laws any or                                              erett Technology Center Co-
ceipts Account to the follow-       amended. (Reconsideration              That Rule 24 be enforced         all of the bonds authorized by         21.      C0151-12 Order/s/       ordinator - Special Municipal
ing two accounts: $40,000.00        failed). Sent down for concur-      at all Common Council meet-         this Order and to provide such      Councilor Daniel J. Napoli-         Employee Status
Sign Printing, necessary due        rence.)                             ings. (Reconsideration, Debate      information and execute such        tano, as President                     PASSED SENT UP FOR
to the snow emergency and              CITY SOLICITOR AP-               Limited: Debate on the motion       documents as the Municipal             Granting Special Municipal       CONCURRENCE

                                                         a r o u n d                                        t h e                   C i t Y
‘Romeo and Juliet’                  from the UK and Europe to           standard seats, $40. Call 781-      the songs of the King, Elvis        ject to change. Dinner, theater,    RoseMarie and Eijk van Otterloo
                                    13 US cities, after a successful    279-2200 or visit www.stone-        Presley, that’s loosely based on    and cabaret, $49.95 per person;     Collection, now through Sept,
Happy Medium Theatre wel-                                                                                   William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth
                                    tour, and appears at Scullers on    hamtheatre.org.                                                         theater,cabaret only, $34.95;       1, 2013. The museum is open
comes award-winning thespi-                                                                                 Night”. The show runs through
                                    Aug. 23, at 8 p.m. ($20/$62);                                                                               group rates for 15-more. Friday     Tuesday-Sunday and holiday
an, Paula Plum, who’s direct-       Kendrick Oliver and the New         ‘The Donkey Show’                   Aug. 26. Tony Award winner          night dinner,play and cabaret for   Mondays, from 10 a.m. to 5
ing its two-hour production         Life Orchestra, with guest                                              Joe DiPietro, playwright of “All    two, $68 inclusive. The show is
                                                                        The American Repertory                                                                                      p.m. Be sure to visit the many
of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and         performers, Rachel Price and                                            Shook Up,” features roustabout,     recommended for 13 years old-
                                                                        Theater (ART)/Oberon is cel-                                                                                other amazing exhibitions
Juliet” through Aug. 25 at the      Warren Wolf, Aug 24, at 8 and                                           guitarist Chad who shakes up        up. Call 401-848-7529 or visit
                                                                        ebrating the third anniversary of                                                                           there, including Ansel Adams.
Boston Center for the Arts Plaza    10 p.m. ($30/$72); and Norman       its wildly popular “The Donkey      a small Midwest town in this        www.newportplayhouse.com.
Theatre, 537 Tremont St., South                                                                                                                                                     Admission: $15; seniors, $13;
                                    Brown and Gerald Albright           Show” by offering all dance         comedic 1950‘s style musical.                                           students, $11; youths 16-under,
End, Boston.Lauren Elias and        lead a summer jam, Aug, 25,         floor tickets at buy one, get one   Performances are Tuesday-           DJs on the Harbor                   free of charge. Call 866-745-
Johnnie McQuarley lead this         at 8 and 10 p.m. ($40/$82)          free, on Saturday, Aug. 25, at      Thursday at 7:30 p.m.; Friday,      The Institute of Contemporary
17-member cast in this clas-                                                                                                                                                        1876 or visit www.pem.org.
                                    at the jazz club located in the     7:30 and 10 p.m. The theater is     Saturday, at 8 p.m.; matinees,      Art (ICA) at 100 Northern Ave.,
sic story of family feuds, street
fights, brawls, bloodshed, and
                                    DoubleTree Suites by Hilton         located in Harvard Square, at 2     Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday,      Boston, presents DJs on the         ‘Gross Indecency’
                                    Boston 400 Soldiers Field Road,     Arrow St., Cambridge. To buy        Sunday, at 2 p.m. Tickets: $40-     Harbor for nights of art, music
doomed young love, Wednesday                                                                                                                                                        Bad Habit Productions pres-
                                    Boston For tickets and more         tickets, use promotional code,      $70. Call 978-232-7200, visit       and dancing, at its Putnam
and Thursday, at 7:30 p.m.;                                                                                 www.nsmt.org or the Box                                                 ents Moises Kaufman’s stirring
                                    information, call 617-562-4111      BOGOBDAY. Tickets may                                                   Investments Plaza, from 7:30
Friday, Saturday, at 8 p.m.;                                                                                Office.Check for associated spe-                                        play, “Gross Indecency: The
                                    or visit www.scullersjazz.com,      be purchased online at www.                                             to 11 p.m. On Aug. 31, DJ/rup-
matinee, Aug. 25, at 2 p.m.                                                                                 cial events.                                                            Three Trials of Oscar Wilde,”
                                    ticketweb.com, or e-mail info@      AmericanRepertoryTheater.org,                                           ture performs. Tickets, which
Tickets:$24; matinee, $12. Call                                                                                                                                                     at the Boston Center for the
the Box Office at 617-933-
                                    scullersjazz.com .                  in person at the ART Box Office     ‘Squabbles’                         include museum admission, are
                                                                                                                                                                                    Arts (BCA) Calerwood Pavilion,
                                                                        at the Loeb Drama Center, 64        The Newport, RI Playhouse           $15; members students, $10.
8600, e-mail boxoffice@boston-      ‘Let’s Hang On!’                    Brattle St., Cambridge, or by       and Cabaret Restaurant fea-         While there, visit exhibition       Wimberly theater-in-the-round,
theatrescene.com or visit www.      Stoneham Theatre recreates          calling 617-547-8300. for more                                          “Josiah McEleny:Some Pictures       527 Tremont St., South End,
                                                                                                            tures Marshall Karp’s com-
happymediumtheatre.com.             Frankie Valli and the Four          information, visit www.ameri-       edy, “Squabbles,” directed by       of the Infinite,” and the Water     Boston. The play includes trial
Scullers                            Seasons’ big sound and chore-       canrepertorytheater.org/events/     actor-director Tony Annicone        Cafe, that’s open for drinks and    transcripts, personal correspon-
Pianist Bill O’Connell, trom-       ography in the nation’s premiere    show/donkey-show.                   and producer Jonathan Perry,        light food. Call 617-478-3103,      dence, interviews and other
bonist Conrad Gerwig, sacoph-       Frankie Valli tribute show,                                             now through Sept, 16, at 102        or visit www.icaboston.org.         materials to relate this sad story
onist Steve Slagle, bassist Rubin   “Let’s Hang On!” appearing          "‘All Shook Up’                     Connell Highway in Newport.                                             about the downfall of a great
Rodriguez, drummer Adam             Aug. 23 at 7:30 p.m.; Aug. 24       Former “Three’s Company” TV         Matinees are Tuesday-Thursday,      ‘Golden Light’                      man of letters and literature.
Cruz and percussionist Richie       and 25, at 8 p.m., and Aug. 26,     star Joyce DeWitt and a spir-       Saturday, Sunday, with doors        After an overwhelmingly suc-        Performances are Aug. 24,25,
Flores (Latin All-Stars) perform    at 2 p.m. The cast includes four    ited, rock ‘n’ rollin’ group are    opening at 11 a.m.,buffet           cessful run, the Peabody Essex      at 8 p.m.; Aug. 26, at 2 p.m.;
at Scullers Wednesday, Aug. 22,     guys, two gals, and a swinging      all shook up at North Shore         served, 11:30 a.m. and the          Museum (East India Square,          Aug. 23 at 7:30 p.m. Advance
at 8 p.m.(show, $30; dinner and     live band. The theater is located   Music Theatre (NSMT) in the         show starting at 1 p.m.; also       Salem) returns with its 2011        tickets, $18; day of show, $23.
show, $72); critically acclaimed    at 395 Main St., Stoneham. VIP      round, (62 Dunham Road,             Friday-Sunday at 6/6:30/8 p.m.      exhibition, “Golden: Dutch and      Visit bostontheatrescene.com or
vocalist Gregory Porter returns     seats,$55; premium sets, $45;       Beverly) as a musical featuring     The matinee schedule is sub-        Flemish Masterworks from the        call 617-933-8600.

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$1,200. 978-887-0180
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EAST BOSTON: 5 room,                             OFFICE/                                                                                                                                                                                                            1-800-GO-GUARD • www.1-800-GO-GUARD.com
2 bedroom, 3rd floor.                            COMM’L
$950. First, last and                            RENTALS
security. Near. Bremen
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   FHAP AGENCIES &OTHER STATE/
Street Park. Call 617-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              LOCAL REFERRAL AGENCIES
828-1997                                     REVERE : Broadway,                                                                                                                                                                                • 272 GENERAL
-----------------------------------------    1st Floor – 750 sq                                                                                                                                                                                HELP WANTED                                   All real estate advertising in this
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           newspaper is subject to the Federal
EVERETT: Ferry Street.                       ft office, $1200 per                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Fair Housing Act of 1968, which
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             makes it illegal to advertise any
3 bedroom, 3rd floor.                        month ( unheated)                                                                                                                                                                                                                               preference, limitation or discrimi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             nation based on race, color, reli-
$1,550. Available 9/1.                       with Parking. 2nd Floor                                                                                                                                                                                                                       gion, sex, handicap, familial status
Gas heat, not deleaded.                      – 150 sq ft office $ 500                                                                                                                                                                                                                       (number of children and or preg-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             nancy), national origin, ancestry,
No utilities. 978-809-                       per month ( utilities                                                                                                                                                                                                                           age, marital status, or any inten-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           tion to make any such preference,
8883 R.E.                                    included) with Parking.                                                                                                                                                                                                                             limitation or discrimination.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           This newspaper will not knowingly
-----------------------------------------    Call 781–324–7787                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 accept any advertising for real
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              estate that is in violation of the
REVERE: Beachmont. 2                         -----------------------------------------                                                                                                                                                                                                          law. Our readers are hereby
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            informed that all dwellings adver-
or 3 bedroom, 2nd and                        REVERE :Off Broadway,                                                                                                                                                                                                                          tising in this newspaper are avail-
3rd floor. Large apart-                      Professional Office                                                                                                                                                                                                                               able on an equal opportunity
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            basis. To complain about discrimi-
ment. Tons of closets.                       Space, on public                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  nation call The Department of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Housing and Urban Development
W//W. Two blocks to                          Transportation.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   “ HUD” toll-free at 1-800-669-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             9777. For the N.E. area, call HUD
beach and blue line.                         Call for Details . 978-                                                                                                                                                                                                                           at 617-565-5308. The toll free
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            number for the hearing impaired
Pets, NO. Utilities, NO.                     590 8810                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 is 1-800-927-9275.
$1,400 per month. Call                       -----------------------------------------
Michael 617-592-4091.
Avail. Sept. 1st.                                  • 191                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 -----------------------------------------         SELLING Your Auto?
-----------------------------------------         PIANO                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  DEADLINES: For                                    Call for our 4 weeks
CHELSEA: Large 3                                 LESSONS                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 classified line ads are                           special. Tel. 781-485-
bedroom, 1st floor, eat-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Monday by 4PM. Call                               0588 Ext’s. 102 or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         781-485-0588, Ext. 102                            fax to... 781-485-
in kitchen, hardwood
floors, laundry in base-
                                             PIANO LESSONS:
                                             Winthrop – Registration
                                                                                               25 WORDS FOR                                                                                                                                                                              or fax ad to 781-485-                             1403 e-mail class@
ment. Section 8 OK.                          for Fall Classes, Ages                                ONLY                                                                                                                                                                                  1403 e-mail class@
$1,500. 781-828-3450
                                             6 – Adult. For More
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TWO ROOM STUDIO.                             Call 857– 201–9075.
Furnished or non-fur-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    House? Call to reach                              classified department.
                                             -----------------------------------------                                                                                                                                                                                                   over 50,000 readers.                              781-485-0588 Ext.
nished. Walk to beach
and MBTA. All utilities                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Tel. 781-485-0588 Ext.                            102 or fax ad to….
included. Heat and hot                           For Advertising                                                                                                                                                                                                                         102 or fax to 781-485-                            781-485-1403 e-mail
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