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Hanover educator named new,
‘best’ principal for middle school
By Susan Ovans apply for the permanent position.
The superintendent and school com-
If it’s true that everyone has an aura mittee commended Maxwell for her year
– a subtle color field of radiation that at the helm of the junior high school
surrounds an individual – Anthony A. while the search committee of faculty
Hrivnak’s must be blue and gold. Continued on page 5
Hrivnak is the assistant principal at
Hanover High School and, come Sep-
tember, he will be the new principal at
Hull’s Memorial School. Both districts
parade the blue and gold as school
Hull schools Superintendent Dr.
RemembeR this – Principal Michael Devine arranged a forum at Hull High School Kathleen Tyrell introduced Hrivnak
on May 19, where war veterans Jim Gillis and Lenny Colten, both of Hull, and [pronounced riv-nack, the H is silent] at
Corporal Keith Dick, stationed at Fort Devens, shared their stories and answered Wednesday’s school committee meeting.
students’ questions… [Lucy Wightman photo] She detailed a rigorous search pro-
cess that considered many candidates
before settling on Hrivnak as “the very
Reilly sets ambitious agenda best principal for Memorial Middle
for board deliberations “I do regret that Hanover is losing
such a fine educator, and I understand
that they are devastated,” Tyrell said,
By Catherine Goldhammer Lampke, to another year’s employment. “but Hanover’s loss is truly our gain.” Anthony Hrivnak, at Wednesday’s
Selectman Domenico Sestito began The superintendent said that interim meeting… [Lucy Wightman photo]
In the board’s first regular meeting by saying that Lampke “has proved over Principal Paula Maxwell chose not to
since the May 16 town election, John and over again how valuable he is to this
Reilly took the gavel as the new chair- town and this government.”
man of the reorganized board of select- Lemnios said, “It is a good evening Sweet nothings: School bans cupcakes
men and laid out a definitive plan for his for the town when we have the oppor- The only cupcakes one is likely to store-bought cupcakes don’t contain
term at the helm. tunity to reappoint Jim Lampke as town find in the halls of the Jacobs Elemen-
nuts, peanut- or other oil derived from
He announced that each month, one counsel.” Lemnios said that Lampke tary School next year will be “home-
nuts, or that they were made in a nut-
of the town’s department heads will at- puts in well over 40 hours a week on baked” Johnny Cupcakes T-shirts.
tend the selectmen’s meeting to report town business to protect the citizens of Citing health concerns as peanut and The Jacobs is already a declared
on their department, division, or board, Hull. other food allergies have become perva- peanut-free school, Penta said.
and to answer questions. “He has to come suited up and ready sive among American children, Hull’s
Many school districts have banned
The visits are scheduled through to play every day, and he does,” the town elementary school is joining a long list
food donations because of health and
next February and include the heads of manager said. of others nationwide in banning indi- safety risks, and also because of other
the board of health, the sewer plant, the Selectman Kevin Richardson said vidual birthday celebrations and their
factors – like the increase in child
DPW, the conservation and building that many in town don’t realize how traditional centerpiece,
obesity and tighten-
departments, the light plant, the town many other boards and commissions in the cupcake.
ing federal nutrition
assessor, and the fire and police chiefs. town call upon Lampke for advice and Principal Jean Penta guidelines, and income
In addition, Reilly announced that service. told the school committee disparity, where some
Town Manager Philip Lemnios will be Selectman John Brannan thanked Wednesday that the new
children’s parents can
available for an hour prior to the select- Lampke for his help with the parking policy had been decided
provide lavish class-
men’s meeting once a month to meet study committee and the issues on Bay after extensive discussion
room birthday celebra-
with the public and answer questions. On Street. among members of the tions and others would
another Tuesday each month, Reilly will In response to a question from Jacobs School Council.
be hard-pressed to con-
be available to the public. Schedules for resident Patrick Finn about Lampke’s Instead of food-based tribute anything.
these opportunities will be announced. salary, Lemnios said that the attorney’s celebrations, students will have their
Penta announced the new policy
In a plan designed to streamline and compensation is treated like that of all birthdates acknowledged during the
during a discussion of revisions to
focus meetings, Reilly stated that once a nonunion employees and will increase school’s morning announcements, and
the elementary school’s handbook.
motion is made and seconded, there will by three percent for fiscal year 2012, parents who wish to mark the day will
The principal, who is completing her
be no further input from the public and which begins Jul. 1. be encouraged to donate a book or game first year at the Jacobs’ helm after 15
that he would not call on anyone who “I won’t let him near a calculator with for classroom use.
years as a classroom teacher there, said
speaks out of line or is unruly. a division key,” said Lemnios, explain- William Tramontana, a parent and the new birthday policy was the only
His hope is that commentary from ing that the hourly rate the town pays school council member, attended this
substantive – and possibly controver-
board members and from the public will Lampke is far less than what it would week’s meeting and voiced support for
sial – amendment made to the Student
be concise and to the point. be paying independent counsel. the cupcake ban. Handbook this year.
He also announced that he would set The reappointment was unanimously Tramontana said council members The document may be found online
aside time at the end of each meeting for passed. were unanimous in the decision. “Par- at www.town.hull.ma.us, follow the
questions from the press. The selectmen now moved on to the ents want to send their children to a
links to the Jacobs School and click
In addition to the formation of the waterfront, of which Hull has more than safe environment,” he said, adding
on Student Handbook.
new board, the board of selectmen voted 25 miles, and which is under the over- that parents can’t always be sure that
Susan Ovans ∞
to reappoint the town’s lawyer, James Continued on page 9
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Memorial day deserves
special status as a
day of Remembrance
Senator seeks return of
‘Blue Law’ closure for holiday
Op/Ed, submitted by
Senator Robert L. Hedlund
John A. Logan, famous American general during
the Mexican American War and the father of Memo-
rial Day, once said, “Let no vandalism of avarice or
neglect, no ravages of time, testify to the present or
to the coming generations, that we have forgotten, as
a people, the cost of a free and undivided Republic.”
To honor the soldiers and their sacrifice, the first
Memorial Day, then called Decoration Day, was con-
ducted in 1868 on May 30, chosen because it was not
the day of a battle during the Civil War.
These first Memorial Days, both in the North
LetteRS to tHe editoR
and South, by all historical accounts were somber
occasions for families and friends to remember their
loved ones. Services were simple and the theme of the
day was remembrance. May 30 was chosen because Teach your children well… of residents who live here but are not “true townies.”
it retained significance as a day of peace during the I pay the town my taxes, vote in local elections,
bloodiest conflict in American history. To the Editor: attend town meeting, get involved in town issues. I
This all changed on June 7, 1968, when the federal This week, Memorial Day honors those who sac- participate in local events, shop local business, utilize
government passed the Uniform Holidays Bill, which rificed all. Please attend a remembrance event or visit local services, and support local townspeople, in good
moved three holidays from their traditional dates to a a cemetery with our children so they learn freedom times and bad. And, and, when I am out and about in
specified Monday, creating a three-day weekend for each. isn’t free. the rest of the poor unfortunate world that is not this
Memorial Day was one of them, and was moved Thank you to patriotic Americans and local media beautiful seven-mile stretch of Hull, I enthusiastically
from the traditional May 30, a date of importance, to covering these events. brag about and defend our town. I invite and encourage
the last Monday in May. This was the beginning of Anthony O’Brien people to move here.
the end for the traditional Memorial Day as a day of Lieut. Cdr., US Navy Seals (Ret.) What about me then is not a townie?! If we all
remembrance. gave as much effort to the issues facing our town as
As the VFW said in a 2002 Memorial Day address, [Mr. O’Brien is a Plymouth County commissioner. we give opinions to this “townie” debate, we could
“Changing the date merely to create three-day week- –Ed.] – all together, townie and transplant alike – salvage
ends has undermined the very meaning of the day. No our special community and make the most of all it
doubt, this has contributed a lot to the general public’s has to offer.
nonchalant observance of Memorial Day.” noT all ‘Townies’ were born in hull… Thank you,
I could not agree with the VFW’s categorization of Bree Brasil, proud townie since 2001
Memorial Day more strongly. A day once reserved for
To the Editor:
tradition and honor, for the linking of generations, has
“So, are you from Hull?”
over time been corrupted so as to dilute the significance Trash Tells iTs own Tale , leaves iTs own
Careful. The answer to that question sums up your
of the Memorial Day holiday. A three-day weekend
entire character for some residents here. Trail…
harkening the start of summer, barbeques, and special
sale promotions at the mall all compete for the attention During the course of the recent campaign and
election, I came to the realization that this distinction To the Editor:
of our citizenry for the meaning of the day.
is the new divide. More importantly, and much more I live on James Ave. and every now and then, when
For this reason I have co-sponsored Senate Bill
1826, reinstituting our old Blue Law closure for Me- sadly, the line between born/raised here and moved the trash at the end of the street builds up, I grab some
morial Day only. As politicians and elected officials, here is no longer just a line, but rather a gap that is Riddle’s plastic bags – [See? I’m recycling.] – and do
we often invoke the specter of remembrance for our growing bigger, wider, and deeper. a quick cleanup. Other people also pick up trash there.
war dead and their families; we say how important it Last spring, my husband and I embarked on buy- It’s pretty much always the same kind of trash and is
is to remember their sacrifices to honor their service. ing a new house. I had lived here nine years already an interesting snapshot of the drug culture among our
We then conclude our speeches, and the few who and my husband had lived here 35 years, raised here young adults.
attend these ceremonies leave, and Memorial Day is ’though not born here, a technicality for some. Today – Thursday, May 19 – I found some new
over, to be forgotten for another year. After much searching – of towns, neighborhoods, items that I haven’t seen before. There are always
That is not the ceremony I want for those who homes, but mostly, of our souls - we made the defini- the flavored cigar wrappers [mostly grape] with the
have made the ultimate sacrifice for my freedom. tive decision to stay here in Hull. Not because we had tobacco pulled out and put into a plastic bag [usually
This Memorial Day, please remember General John found the perfect house, that came later, but regardless from Cumby’s]. These are unrolled and used to make
A. Logan and all the men and women who, in the of the town’s economy, the problems and progress in blunts, a joint with a nicotine rush. There were prob-
service of their country, gave their lives. the schools, the positives and negatives of town gov- ably 20 of these wrappers.
Remember what this day used to be about, not ernment, we decided that our hearts belonged in Hull. Today, something new: Zig-Zag wraps, Purple
what it has become. We chose to stay here, buy a home here, and raise Thunder, “roll your own cigar.” Why waste good to-
our family here. Therefore, I take great offense when bacco when you don’t use it, anyway? Zig-Zag sees
[Hull is one of eight towns in Republican Robert those on the other side of the line, during the recent a market opportunity.
Hedlund’s state Senate district.] ∞ months especially, question the hearts and loyalties There was also a large empty can of butane fuel and
an empty bag of balloons [?]. Food for thought there.
Then there are the plastic drink bottles, usually
about pint size, with a hole or two burned into one
Publisher: Susan Ovans end. These are used as a pipe to smoke said herb. The
Business Manager: Roger Jackson hole is always burned into the end, never cut into it.
Typesetting & Design: Cheryl Killion I found three of these. Also several of the very small
Founded June 26, 1930 Cartoonist: Peter Menice Ziplocs bags, some with a bit of herb still inside. A
Reporters & Contributors: Taggart Coppins, good party always needs some alcohol and cigarettes
412 Nantasket Avenue, Hull, MA 02045
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www.hulltimes.com THE HULL TIMES, Thursday, May 26, 2011 3
And the disks just keep on coming. Plastic disks
from a sewage plant in Hooksett, New Hampshire
were found on Nantasket Beach this week.
Officials estimate that between 4 and 8 million
two-inch disks that are used in some wastewater treat- wiRed – Volunteers
ment plants to encourage growth of bacteria that feeds collected electronics for
on waste were washed into the Merrimack River in recycling as a fundraiser
March and have made their way south. for the Boosters last
Saturday. [L to R] Anna
The disks were a part of a sewage overflow that
Karski, Greg Grey, Jacen
occurred on Mar. 6 due to malfunctions after a heavy
Kurciviez, Calvin Karski,
rainstorm. Disks have been found along the Mer- Peter Boretti… [Roger
rimack River and on the beaches of New Hampshire Jackson photo]
“As I was leaving the beach I saw one,” said Malta
St. resident Mary Wyman in alerting the Times over
the weekend. “I walked a few feet and saw another,
then another… ”
It is estimated that as many as 8 million disks James Richardson VFW Post and a member of the County Mosquito Control Project has begun taking
were released from the plant. They have been found town’s War Memorial Commission, all residents are resident requests for spraying. Call 781 585-5450or
on the beaches of Revere, Beverly, Nahant, and many invited to march in the parade and attend any and all fax 781 582-1276.
other communities. The disks have been tested by the Memorial Day ceremonies. County staff reminds residents, however, that they
Mass. Department of Environmental Protection and Volunteers will place American flags on graves at play an important role in controlling mosquitoes, par-
have been found negative for e. coli and other harmful the Hull Cemetery on Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon. ticularly after this particularly wet spring. Remember
bacteria, although officials are asking people not to Residents are invited to help with that effort and flags the 3Ds of protection:
touch the disks without gloves. will be available for those who wish to place one on Drain: All mosquitoes require water in which to
According to The Boston Globe, the city of family graves. If it rains on Saturday, graves will be breed. Be sure to drain any standing water around
Hooksett has assumed full decorated on Sunday morning, Coggins said. your house.
financial responsibility for At 2 p.m. Monday, the Leonard Hersch Memorial Dress: Wear light colored, loose-fitting clothing.
the overflow and can be Concert Series kicks off at the Bernie King Pavilion on Some mosquito species are attracted to dark clothing
billed for cleanup by af- Nantasket Beach with Four Guys in Tuxes. The concert and some can bite through tight-fitting clothes. When
fected communities. is free. The weekly concert series begins on July 4. practical, wear long sleeves and pants.
Hull’s Public Health Defend: Choose a mosquito repellent that has been
Director Joyce Sullivan Board of Health raises fees. The Hull Board of registered by the Environmental Protection Agency.
said Wednesday that disks have been found along Health recently voted to raise fees to inspect rental Registered products have been reviewed, approved,
the beach, some at the DCR as high as the walkway units in advance of issuing a Certificate of Occupancy, and pose minimal risk for human safety. Wash
behind the bathhouse, and they continue coming in which must be renewed yearly. The new fee is $60 repellent-treated skin after coming indoors.
sporadically, usually after a storm or on an especially per unit. If reinspection is necessary, the fee is $35 Please visit www.plymouthmosquito.org to find
high tide. per visit. detailed information and links designed to provide you
“We’re asking people to just look at them as any with the best and most current information on repellents.
other debris on the beach,” Sullivan said, if people Health Department issues trash reminder. The
are inclined to pick them up and dispose of them. – town’s health department is trying to enlist residents’ Grad Night volunteers needed. Hull High is look-
Taggart Coppins aid in keeping trash under control. 11:59 AM Page 9the ing for adult chaperones for Grad Night on Saturday,
2011. AH.MMM.ad.series_Magic, Music, Merriment 5/19/11 According to
town’s bylaws, all property owners must provide Jun. 4. Many adults are needed to help at this fun and
Memorial Day observances. Hull observes Me- tenants with watertight, rodent-proof trashcans with exciting overnight event for the graduating class of
morial Day with a parade that will step off from the fitted lids. Plastic bags are not suitable for trash storage 2011. You may volunteer for as little as an hour or
high school at 9:30 a.m. Marchers will convene at outside. Garbage and rubbish cannot be placed at the stay the entire night – 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.
the Village Cemetery’s Gold Star Mothers’ Memo- curb any earlier than the morning of collection day. To volunteer, please call Sharon Striglio at 781
rial for the annual commemoration ceremonies. This Mosquito control begins with you. The Plymouth 925-1151 or email email@example.com. ∞
year’s featured speaker is Gen. Richard I. Neal, a
Hull native who retired from the Marine Corps as its Short Stays Available
assistant commandant. After the ceremony, the town
will dedicate four public spaces to honor the memory
and services of four now deceased residents:
• A marker will be placed at Packard and Nantasket
avenues in recognition of Patrick Conneely, a decorat-
ed Marine Corps veteran who served in Desert Storm.
• The Green Hill Playground will be renamed for
Joseph Patrick Dunn, a Navy lieutenant and pilot who
was shot down by the Chinese en route to an aircraft
carrier stationed in the Gulf of Tonkin in 1968, during That’s Living!
the Vietnam War. Dunn was later promoted to com-
mander, and is still listed as missing in action.
• A marker will be placed at Cross St. in memory Allerton House
of Marine Corps Capt. John J. Kinnear, who served
in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. Kinnear was Assisted Living Communities
also a special education teacher in Hull for 15 years. DUXBURY
• A marker will be placed on Main St. in honor of 781-585-7136
Merrill F. Noddin, a Bronze Star and Purple Heart
recipient who lost his arm as the result of a combat HINGHAM
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• HYFA’s next board meeting will be To register for the tournament and/or
held on Thursday, June 9 at Memorial the dinner and auction, or to learn more
School, 81 Central Ave., at 6:30 p.m. about sponsorship or auction item dona-
Soccer Cookout. Hull United Youth tion opportunities, please visit: www.
Soccer’s year-end cookout takes place DriveForetheFuture.homestead.com,
Monday, Jun. 6 at 5 p.m. at the Dustbowl. or contact Kerry Benjamin at Kbenja-
Hamburgers, hotdogs, and chips will firstname.lastname@example.org or 781 706-3454. ∞
be served. Dessert and side dishes are
welcome, but keep in mind that there’ll
be no utensils. Registration for the fall/
spring season will be held. Bring your for housing aid
Interfaith Social Services has re-
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ceived $50,000 from the Mass. Attorney
Charter Educational Foundation’s Golf
& Auction Committee is accepting reg- General’s Office to help foreclosed
istration for the annual “Drive Fore the families finance new housing. Eligible
Future” golf tournament and auction on applicants receive a onetime award to
Friday, Jun. 10, at South Shore Country help with security deposits, as well
Club, Hingham. The day begins at noon as first and last month’s rent. Other
with registration, followed by a 1 p.m. moving-related expenses may also be
shotgun start. Cocktails, dinner, live and covered. Awards are subject to the ap-
silent auctions will follow the play, be- proval of the Attorney General’s office.
ginning at 5:30 p.m. After-dinner enter- For more information and an appli-
tainment will be provided by the Aldous cation form, contact Interfaith Social
Congratulations to Notre Dame Academy sophomore Clara King [L] and her Services, 617 773-6203, and ask for
Collins Band. Proceeds will benefit the
teammates, who recently ran the 4x400 race at the Penn Relays at the University
students of South Shore Charter Public foreclosure assistance. ∞
of Pennsylvania. The Penn Relays is the largest track and field competition in the
US, attracting more than 15,000 participants from top high schools, colleges, and
track clubs. The NDA girls ran their fastest time for the season. Clara was also
named Catholic Conference League All Star for the cross-country season.
website by using Paypal: www.hul-
lyouthfootball.com. Those with ques-
tions should call Bob Cambra at 781
• HYFA is looking for both football
and cheerleading coaches. If interested,
please forward your request to HYFA,
Hull Youth Football Association News: PO Box 492, Hull, MA 02045.
• HYFA registration takes place Jun. • HYFA holds its annual carnival from
11 and 18 at the Scout Building next to June 22-26 on the HRA land from 5-11
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At the Library | by Catherine Goldhammer
By Catherine Goldhammer
Welcome to “At the Library,” a regular column
in which we keep you up to speed on new materials,
special events, and library news.
We’re on summer schedule: Summer hours at
the library are as follows: Monday: 12-8. Tuesday
& Wednesday: 9-5. Thursday: 12-8. Friday: Closed.
Saturday: 9-2. Sunday: Closed.
We will also be closed Friday through Monday on
all summer holiday weekends: Memorial Day, Fourth
of July, and Labor Day.
the bathhouse lectures. On Tuesday, Jun. 14, at
7:30 p.m., Anthony M. Sammarco will present a slide
show and lecture called “Howard Johnson: 28 Fla-
vors” about Howard Johnson and his “roadside empire
of orange-roofed restaurants” that once stretched from
Maine to Florida along almost every major road of the
U.S. Eastern seaboard. The event is presented by the Follow the yellow bRick Road – The cast photo for last weekend’s production of The Wizard of Oz, presented
Friends of the Hull Public Library, the DCR, and the by Hull Park & Rec, in conjunction with Eye Candy Productions… [Photo use courtesy of Harvey Jacobvitz]
Hull Lifesaving Museum. It is free to the public and
coffee and refreshments will be served. tion, by Malka Dubrawsky; A Jane Austen Education, it’s worth doing. Go to ocln.org, enter your library
New books here and on the way. We have new by William Deresiewicz; The Tao of Travel, by Paul card number in the box at the top of the screen, and
books and DVDs on the shelves and many more on Theroux; She Walks in Beauty: A Woman’s Journey, use “ocln” as your password [or pin]. After you log
the way. Here are a few new titles. Caroline Kennedy; The Greater Journey: Americans in, you will be asked to change your password to one
Fiction: The Sixth Man, by David Baldacci; Swim in Paris, by David McCullough; Politics and Pasta, by of your choosing. Once you complete this step, you
Back to Me, by Ann Packer; Eve, by Iris Johansen Vincent Cianci; The Heart and the Fist, by Eric Greit- can manage your account online, see what books you
(also in large print); Faith, by Jennifer Haigh; The Red ens; This Life is in Your Hands, by Melissa Coleman. have checked out, what books are overdue, and what
Queen, by Philippa Gregory (also in large print); Say DVDs: The Green Hornet, Blue Valentine, From you have on hold. You can search the catalog, renew
her Name, by Francisco Goldman; A Day in the Life of Prada to Nada, The Mechanic, The Dilemma, The books, and put books on hold. This is guaranteed to
a Smiling Woman, by Margaret Drabble; 22 Britannia Royal Wedding: William and Catherine, Somewhere, expand your library horizons!
Road, by Amanda Hodgkinson; The Peach Keeper, The Roommate, I am Number Four, Gnomeo and At the Library would love to hear from you. Con-
Sarah Addison Allen; Dreams of Joy, by Lisa See. Juliet, The Other Woman. tact us by emailing email@example.com or by
Nonfiction: The Brothers Bulger, by Howie Carr; use the library online! If you haven’t already calling the library at 781 925-2295. ∞
Fresh Quilting: Fearless Color, Design, and Inspira- signed up to the library network’s online database,
new principal coordinators in Hanover on a “curriculum mapping
initiative” for grades 5-12 to “fill gaps and to find
for another year as board chairman, Hipp said he be-
lieves that the post should rotate annually. But in the
Continued from page 1 redundancies in the courses students take,” accord- absence of any of any other member who wanted the
and parents winnowed a wide field of applicants. ing to the letter of intent Hrivnak sent to Hull with job – and the accompanying time commitments the
Tyrell ultimately chose the replacement for previous his resume. post requires – Peters was cheerfully and unanimously
principal Lynda Feeney, who left the district last year, In brief remarks at Wednesday’s SchoolCom reelected to the chair.
when it became clear that she would not be offered a meeting, Hrivnak said that he “knows that, working Marianne Harte will again serve as vice chairman,
multi-year contract extension. together, we’re going to do great things…” and David Twombly was elected board secretary. ∞
Noting that Hrivnak will be next year’s eighth At the beginning of the meeting, the school board
graders’ third principal in as many years, school com- reorganized its leadership in the wake of the May 16 HuLL MEN’S SoFtBALL StANDINGS
mittee Chairman Stephanie Peters said parents had town election, when longtime member Kevin Rich- As of this May 23
elicited his promise that he would stay in Hull “for at ardson was elected to the board of selectmen. Dunn Roofing 5-0
least six years.” Eric Hipp was elected to the school committee Young Guns 4-1
Hrivnak smiled at her, nodded, and repeated “at and Stephanie Peters was reelected. Neither faced Red Parrot 3-2
least six years.” opposition, but both took time this week to thank the Bay View Landscaping 3-2
Hrivnak earned his bachelor’s in chemistry and voters who turned out at the polls. Barefoot Bob’s 2-2
professional educator’s certification at the University Hipp noted that he had garnered 1,088 votes to Patty’s/Johnny Cupcakes 1-3
of Pittsburgh, where he achieved a perfect grade point Peters’ 1,134. Hull House of Pizza 1-4
average, 4.0, according to his resume. “I’d like a rematch in three years,” he told her. Daddy’s 0-5
He also attained a 4.0 GPA while earning his When member Kristen Evans nominated Peters
master’s in educational leadership from Bridgewater Pick of the litter
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He began his career as a chemist for Bayer Corp. the Litter is Jimmy, a
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Hanover High in 2005. domestic, short hair,
gray and white dar-
Currently, Hrivnak is working with middle school
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poLice Log male removed. O/Fahey and O/Dunn detailed. At
6:52 L/Shea requests the medics for an evaluation.
Rescue-2 transporting 18-year-old male to Quincy
Wednesday – Tuesday, May 18-24 Medical Center [QMC]… 7:24 p.m. Bay St. landlord
reports tenants moved out last night and he changed
wednesday, 5/18/11: 1:01 a.m. Nantasket Ave. caller the locks. Reported for the record…
reports her neighbor is being held against her will. Friday: 12:00 a.m. Berkley Rd. caller requests an
O/Dunn, S/Casagrande, and O/Fahey detailed and officer as her son entered her property and believes
report bringing one male party in custody for domestic someone has broken in; same states copper pipe has
assault and battery, attempted murder, assault with been removed from the bathroom but is still in the
a dangerous weapon, vandalizing property, and residence. O/Chagnon and O/Lucas detailed. S/Love
intimidating a witness. William Fornell Cuff, 45, also responding. O/Chagnon reports house appears
of Nantasket Ave. was booked by S/Casagrande. to be under construction and cannot determine what
Bail commissioner was contacted and orders no is old and new damage. S/Love reports homeowner
bail. Female was advised of her rights of a 209A needs to respond. Homeowner called and reports
[restraining order] and will come into headquarters to she is en route from Cohasset. S/Love requests
apply for one when she is released from the hospital. building department be notified that extensive work
Hull medics transported a 47-year-old female to South is being done on house with no permits and bldg.
Shore Hospital [SSH]… 2:47 a.m. Repo man reports commissioner should respond in the a.m. S/Love
taking an F St. vehicle… 10:23 a.m. Male reports that also requests the board of health be notified and fire
he is having a boat towed off of his family’s property dept. notified due to fire hazards. O/Chagnon reports
on Rockland House Rd. and there is some type of owner has shut off lights and secured the house. S/
argument. O/Saunders detailed and reports that there Love reports notifying board of health, building
is an issue of who owns the boat and the land, and dept., and Fire C/Breen… 1:56 a.m. Bay St. caller
that they are now not towing the boat because the reports water is coming through her ceiling from the
trailer is unregistered. All parties have been advised neighbor’s apartment and can’t get the neighbor to
of their recourses… 10:48 a.m. O/Saunders and O/ Congressman Bill Keating paid a visit to Hull last answer the door. O/Chagnon and Hull Fire detailed
Conneely report out trying to serve a warrant on week. He’s shown here with Jane Walsh, administra- and water was shut off. Wiring inspector notified
Bay St. O/Saunders reports that he has the female tive assistant to the fire department… [Lucy Wight- and responding. Dispatch called landlord and was
in custody. theresa M. McGadden, 56, of Bay St., man photo] unable to reach anyone. S/Love knocked on landlord’s
under arrest and booked by L/Shea on warrants for door with negative results. Resident will attempt to
disturbing the peace, threat to commit a crime, and clams back… 9:14 a.m. O/Conneely reports out with contact landlord in the a.m. Wiring inspector shut off
intimidating a witness. At 11:24 a.m., O/Saunders two young children at the side of the road at Malta power to downstairs apartment… 12:36 p.m. Arrest,
reports transporting the female to Hingham District St. who are in their pajamas. Officer further reports Nantasket Ave., after O/Saunders reports a MV stop.
Court… 1:08 p.m. O/Conneely reports out at the locating their mother, who states they snuck out the Joseph Grainger, 31, of Kenberma St., under arrest
town lot at W St. with boats and trailers in a public kitchen door while she was in the shower… 11:29 a.m. for operating with a suspended license. Passenger
lot. Owner contacted and he said he sold a boat to a Detail O/Prouty requests sector car for a female who taking custody of the vehicle… 2:58 p.m. Packard
Hull resident. O/Conneely located the boat owner, is requesting to speak to an officer, P St. at Nantasket Ave. caller reports that sometime last night someone
who is on Nantucket. He will come to Hull Saturday Ave. O/Fahey reports speaking to the female, who threw a cinderblock at her daughter’s car. O/Galluzzo
to retrieve boats and trailers… 1:45 p.m. Cadish Ave. reports that two males were to bring her to a detox and O/Saunders responded. Officer requests S/Reilly
caller reports that there is a male wearing a green facility but dropped her off at a different location. with the camera. S/Reilly reports photos taken. Vehicle
shirt and jeans by the water at R St. and he is taking Officer further reports this was a miscommunication had been parked on Bay Ave. East… 5:28 p.m. MV
rocks off the beach. Caller called back and states between the female and her friend about her going to accident, George Washington Blvd. No injuries, duty
that she spoke to the male and he put the rocks back detox. Female is intoxicated and would not get out wrecker towed one car. Citation issued for failure to
and an officer isn’t needed… 2:01 p.m. Rockland of the car. Rescue 2 reports transporting a 37-year- stay in marked lanes… 6:03 p.m. Nantasket Rd. caller
House Rd. caller reports two tow trucks trying to old female to SSH at 11:57 am…. 2 p.m. Plymouth reports Ferrell [sic] cats living across the street. Same
take their boat. O/Saunders detailed and reports the County requests mutual aid for a fire in Norwell. C/ spoke with S/Forzese, who will get back to her when
boat was towed. Parties advised of recourses… 6:17 Evans and E-4 dispatched… 4:38 p.m. MV accident, he obtains more information… 7:18 p.m. Female
p.m. George Washington Blvd. caller reports she has Nantasket Ave. at Atlantic Ave. 911 caller reports hit walk-in requests an emergency 209A against her
power of attorney for plaintiff in a 209A and earlier & run with injuries. Cohasset police unit requested ex-husband, which was granted by the on-call judge.
O/Saunders stood by while one of the defendants took to help with traffic at the DCR lot in front of Beach Defendant was served over the phone at 11:51 and will
his belongings. Caller reports he is still on the property Fire. At 4:48, L/Shea requests duty wrecker. Hingham be in to pick up hard copy… 10 p.m. Multiple calls
outside in a vehicle. O/Dunn and O/Fahey detailed. O/ medics also on scene. Hull ambulance transporting a on Merrill Rd. reporting a barking dog. O/Angellis
Dunn reports male in custody. Richard Costa, 46, of 47-year-old female and a 17-year-old female to SSH. detailed and reports there are three dogs trying to
New York, under arrest on two counts of violation of No transport for Hingham ambulance, which is clear get in. Phone number Hull PD has for the residence
an abuse prevention order [209A]. Bail set at $240… for return. Duty wrecker towed both vehicles. One is disconnected. No one home at this time and the
Thursday: 7:58 a.m. S/Love reports there are people operator cited for failure to stop at a stop sign… 6:45 neighbors are upset. Per S/Forzese, day shift will
taking clams from the beach at Fifth St. and to p.m. Nantasket Ave. abandoned 911 call. On the call attempt to inform dog owner about the complaint and
notify the harbormaster. Harbormaster notified and back, male stated no one called. Male then put his get a current phone number… 10:45 p.m. O/Conneely
on scene. Harbormaster spoke to parties to put the mother on the phone and she stated that she wanted and O/Angellis report out, Newport Rd. at Kenberma
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transported home to Newport Rd. and O/Sweeney
spoke with their parents. Bail commissioner set bail
on female at $90 and ordered that she be released only
to a parent. S/Forzese spoke to the father, who is en
route from Everett to take custody of his daughter…
saTurday: 1:01 a.m. O/Lucas reports out with a
disturbance, Nantasket Ave. O/Chagnon and S/
Love responding. O/Lucas reports this was a simple
assault and battery. Both male parties advised of
their recourse and all have been sent on their way. O/
Lucas reports incident happened outside of the bar…
5:08 a.m. Roosevelt Ave. E911 caller reports she has
oops – A resident who
a severe migraine and can’t stop vomiting. Rescue 2
was trying to launch his
reports transporting a 41-year-old female to SSH…
boat at Nantasket Pier
8:51 a.m. Hull Shore Dr. caller reports a large group
last week accidentally
of people digging clams on the beach. State Police
swamped his truck, too…
notified. Harbormaster called to state this was a
[Lucy Wightman photo]
large group of teens. They did not know clamming
wasn’t allowed. The clams have been placed back in
the ocean… 12:21 p.m. State Park Rd. E911 female
screaming her house is on fire. C/Thomas, O/Sweeney,
O/Allen, and S/Reilly responded. E-2 reports this was
a fire in the oven that has been extinguished. Also sunday: 2:18 a.m. Repo man reports having an order and the people who have it won’t give it back. O/
reports elderly male outside in need of oxygen. C/ for a Beacon Rd. vehicle. No vehicle at residence… McKenna detailed and reports that the other party
Thomas reports on scene and in command. Command 2:21 a.m. Repo order received by fax for an F St. thought it was her son’s and it has been returned to
terminated, companies clear and returning at 12:30… vehicle. Driver called to state he took vehicle from the caller… 10:54 p.m. Caller reports a silver colored
1:36 p.m. Walk-in to HQ reporting his wife is at her C St., not F… 3:01 a.m. O/Lucas and O/Saunders BMW with dark tinted windows just backed into a
parents’ home and he should have had his son for report checking on vandalism to a vehicle, Bay parked vehicle and left the area traveling northbound
visitation. Same came to Hull to pick up son and the Ave. East. S/Love also responding. O/Lucas reports up Allerton Hill. O/McKenna dtld. O/Costa checking
wife stated he was sick, but the son is not with her. cinderblock thrown through windshield. Owner the area. O/McKenna reports the parked vehicle
O/Sweeney detailed to speak with same. O/Sweeny notified… 3:16 a.m. O/Lucas and O/Saunders received minor damage to the rear end driver’s side
reports going to the location to check on the son. O/ report broken windows at the former church. Three bumper. Officers report negative search north of the
Sweeney reports the son is with his mother. Same windows in front apparently broken by rocks. Property scene. Dispatch attempted to ntfy the vehicle owner.
advised of recourse through the courts… 3:55 p.m. owner notified and will board up the property and is His phone number is private. O/McKenna left a note
Nantasket Ave. caller requests to speak to an officer. requesting added patrols... 9:02 a.m. Bay Ave. East on his windshield advising him of the incident. He
Same reports a male stole a bag of shrimp yesterday caller reports her vehicle was vandalized last night. later spoke with the operator of the vehicle. She is the
and they have it on tape. S/Forzese reports that he O/Mercer and S/Reilly responding with the camera… vehicle owner’s daughter. She got the note and will
is responding. O/Mahoney also responding. At 4:42 12:43 p.m. Main St. caller reports a suspicious older report the incident to her father…
p.m. S/Forzese reports O/Angellis will be handling male taking pictures of the children at the Gut. He Monday: 9:52 a.m. Dispatch saw a male wearing a
and O/Mahoney can disregard. S/Forzese advised then was taking pictures of the kids playing lacrosse. plaid hooded sweatshirt and carrying a backpack jump
units to stop and hold either suspect and to advise O/Allen detailed. O/Sweeney and O/Mercer report off a boat. O/Galluzzo and O/Saunders detailed and
them of a No Trespass order on behalf of the store. S/ out with that vehicle on Hull Shore Drive. Officers report locating the male. O/Saunders reports speaking
Forzese and O/Angellis made contact with the suspect. report speaking with operator and he showed them to the owner of the boat, who states that the male is
A verbal No Trespass order was given. He has until the pictures. He was not taking pictures of children, a temporary employee and his son is letting him stay
Friday, May 27 to make restitution or else officers just boats and seagulls. Officers also report he stated on the boat… 11:59 a.m. Atlantic Ave. resident into
will seek a summons… 4:20 p.m. Atlantic Ave. S/ he had a few words with a woman who questioned headquarters to report a possible coyote den under
Forzese requests O/Mahoney respond to check on a him. Same is an amateur photographer… 5:23 p.m. his porch. Same further states there is a dead coyote
bald male wearing sweatpants just past Marylou’s. Nantasket Ave. caller reports that about a half an hour under there and he thought there were signs of more
At 4:22, O/Mahoney requests a vehicle to transport ago a Penske truck hit the telephone pole and she just living there. Message left for the trapper to contact the
the male home. O/McKenna reports that the male noticed a wire in her front yard and a big piece of the resident… 12:35 p.m. A St. resident reports someone
has been turned over to a responsible adult… 5:13 pole is missing. C/Breen and O/McKenna detailed. stole some jewelry from her home between the past
p.m. Bates St. caller reports that her ex-boyfriend C/Breen reports Hull Light needs to be notified. O/ Tuesday and Saturday. Caller is not home, but will
just dropped their son off and she believes that he is McKenna reports there is a big gash at the bottom call this evening to see an officer when she gets home
driving intoxicated and she would like an officer to of the pole. Hull Light and Comcast notified… 7:13 from work… 4:36 p.m. A St. caller is the manager and
check him. O/Mahoney detailed and reports that the p.m. State Park Rd. E-911 caller reports she was reports someone stole money out of the office since
vehicle was parked at the residence and he spoke to just assaulted by a co-worker. She declines medical sometime last night. O/Mahoney detailed… 6:53 p.m.
the male and he seemed fine… 6:09 p.m. Nantasket attention but wishes to speak with an officer. O/Costa A St. Caller reports someone stole all her jewelry.
Ave. caller reports a heavy-set lady in a red sweatshirt detailed. Same spoke with the caller who states that O/Mahoney detailed and BCI [Bureau of Criminal
was walking her dog when it was attacked by another she was punched in the face and put into a headlock. Continued on page 10
dog. The dogowners got into a heated argument and She was advised of her rights and recourse and will
now one is following the other. State notified. No units
in town. O/Mahoney detailed. S/Forzese on scene. O/
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H u L L’S c o M M u n i t Y c a L e n d a R
•• The Week Ahead ••
saTurday, May 28 This season’s cadre of well-known artists is led
tour the tower. The Fort Revere Water Tower will by Ros Farbush, Brooks Kelly, and Dassie Abelson,
be open on Saturdays from 1-5 p.m., beginning today. as well as many other fine artists overseen by Lenore
The Fort Revere Park & Preservation Society needs Schneider, Art on the Avenue’s founder and proprietor.
volunteers to help staff these summer tours. If you Ros Farbush, who is 83 and lives in Hull, says
can help, email Rick O’Donnell, president, at rodon- that she “has been an artist all of my life.” She works
firstname.lastname@example.org. primarily in acrylics, and says, “I want to record the
Raise the flags. The town will prepare for Memorial drama of life.”
Day observances by placing flags on the graves of Farbush is a member of the prestigious Copley
veterans and others at the Hull Village Cemetery from John Lidington photo… Society, the oldest art association in America, where
10 a.m. to noon today. War Memorial Commissioner she holds the title of “master painter.” The recipient
John Coggins invites anyone who wishes to place an of numerous local and national awards, Farbush has
American flag on family members’ graves, or volun- held dozens of solo and juried exhibitions during her
teers who wish to help to come pitch in. If it’s raining distinguished career. A medley of her colorful impres-
Saturday, the grave decorating will be done on Sunday. sions of the everyday are also exhibited in Mexico,
organic Plant Sale. Get all kinds of seedlings at Hol- Boston, throughout New England, and now in Hull’s
ly Hill Farm, 236 Jerusalem Rd., Cohasset, today and own Art on the Avenue.
tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. Dozens of Brooks Kelly works in acrylic and collage, and
varieties of organically grown vegetables, flowers, and he has won numerous regional awards with a bold,
herbs for sale, including many heirlooms. Become a Dassie Abelson’s take on Art of the Avenue at 1037 colorful style that is often tinged with humor. He
new member of the Friends of Holly Hill Farm, sup- Nantasket Ave… is represented in private and corporate collections
port the nonprofit that uses the farm as its outdoor nationwide. Kelly’s work has achieved distinction in
classroom, and get a free tomato plant. Find out about new artists, gallery numerous South Shore shows and festivals. He too
summer programs for kids ages 3-16. Seed packets for
direct sowing, bags of potting soil and compost, and
veterans enliven art of the is a Copley Society “master.”
Art on the Avenue has shown Kelly’s work for the
bins for making your own backyard black gold will avenue’s 15 season th
past few years and is once again honored to have him
also be sold. The farm stand will open, with asparagus exhibit and sell his wonderful work in the gallery.
and other spring treats, and there will be music by Art on the Avenue opens its doors this Memorial Dassie Abelson’s work can be viewed not only in
Ragweed today. For directions and other info, visit Day weekend in celebration of its 15th consecutive the gallery, but also a sample of her work is part of
www.hollyhillfarm.org. season, allowing many to enjoy fine artwork in a the Art on the Avenue advertisement in this paper.
Charity Yard Sale. A yard sale in support of the comfortable home gallery that has a distinctive wa- She is also a specialist in acrylics and has a creative
Jimmy Fund and Dana Farber cancer research via the terfront presence. style with lots of color. This is her first appearance
PMC Kids Ride [Hingham] will run from 9 a.m. to 2 Art on the Avenue’s hours on summer weekends in the gallery and Schneider said she is excited to be
p.m. today at 152 Spring St., Hull. through Labor Day are 11 a.m.-5 p.m., or by ap- able to introduce locals and visitors to Abelson’s art.
Monday, May 30 pointment or by chance. There is free admission, free Art on the Avenue gallery regulars include Schnei-
Before the Parade Passes by. The town’s Memorial parking, refreshments, and children are welcome at der’s own painting, photography, and wall sculptures;
Day observances begin at 9:30 a.m., when the annual 1037 Nantasket Ave., just past the yacht clubs on Bill Smyth, pen and ink, watercolors, and acrylics;
parade steps off from the high school staging area. Allerton Harbor. Julie Schmitt Sullivan, watercolors of lighthouses and
Everyone is invited to march in the parade, which ends Telephone 781 925-5619 or visit www.lenore- Cape Cod scenes; Ellie Hayes, custom dishware; Ann
at the Hull Cemetery, where the commemoration cer- schneider.com. Kelly, rug hooking; and Ian Manley, wood turning. ∞
emony takes place. Retired four-star general Richard
“Butch” I. Neal, a Hull native, will be the featured 8:30 p.m. at Buttonwood Books & Toys, Shaw’s Plaza, from 10-4 on the lawn of the Hingham Bathing Beach,
speaker. Immediately following the ceremony, the Rt.3A, Cohasset. The instructor is Hillary Rettig and Route 3A. The rain date is Sunday. More than 70
town will dedicate public spaces to honor the service the workshop is “How to Overcome Writer’s Block,” a vendors, food, Rotary Club exhibits. Booth spaces
of four now deceased Hull residents. [See related condensation of her six-week Grub Street class, “How area still available by calling Sheldon Daly at 781
story, this edition.] All are welcome to attend any or to Write a Lot.” Attendees will leave with tools and 749-4775.
all of these services. techniques that will help them become more produc- sunday, June 5
Big Band Concert. Hull’s summer season kicks off tive. The workshop is suitable for all writers. This Monthly SHBANA Meeting. SHBANA [Sagamore,
with the grand tradition of a Big Band concert by Four is a free event, however, reservations are required. Hampton, Bay area Neighborhood Association] will
Guys in Tuxes, 2 p.m., at the Bernie King Pavilion Please call Buttonwood at 781 383-2665 in advance hold its monthly meeting at 10 a.m., followed by its
on Nantasket Beach. The Leonard Hersch Memorial to reserve. annual neighborhood cleanup. For more information
Concert Series is sponsored by the town of Hull and School Concert. The Memorial Middle School Con- and meeting location, please contact the secretary at
private donations. To contribute, send a check to the cert Band, Jazz Band, and Chorus will be performing email@example.com.
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Selectmen ardson read correspondence from David
K. Clinton, commander of the U.S. Coast
business misses today’s deadline [town
hall is closed on Friday], license holders
Continued from page 1 Guard, Division 12, stating that May can make arrangements with him.
21-27 is National Safe Boating Week, • All agreed that the wind seminar
sight of Harbormaster Kurt Bornheim. and encouraging South Shore towns to held on May 12 was a great success and
Bornheim was the first department head join in. A particular focus of the week opened several promising dialogs and
to report to the board of selectmen under is the “Wear It!” campaign, educating created a lot of momentum. Over 100
Chairman Reilly’s new schedule. boaters on the importance of wearing a people attended, including representa-
The town of Hull has six mooring life jacket. tives from the government, academia,
fields, five town piers, 13 floats, three According to the letter, “In 2009, the and the private sector.
boat ramps, one commuter boat float, Coast Guard counted 4730 accidents • A letter of application from David
and is responsible for 13,000 acres of that involved 736 deaths, 3358 injuries, Irwin for the government study com-
water. [In comparison, Hingham has one and approximately $36 million dollars mittee was read. Brannan recommended
town pier, three floats, and 3,000 acres of damage to property as a result of that the selectmen come up with criteria
of water.] recreational boating accidents. Almost for the StudyCom and issues for the
Hull’s waters include the ocean sur- three-fourths of all fatal boating accident committee to review. More applicants
rounding Hull, around Peddocks Island, victims drowned, and of those, eighty- are needed before the committee can
around Point Allerton, and up to the four percent were not reported as wear- begin work.
Cohasset line, extending three miles out. ing a life jacket. A life jacket is one of • Brannan also suggested that the
The town maintains one patrol boat the most effective and simple life-saving selectmen form a committee to put the
that is on the water several hours a day strategies for safe boating.” town’s bylaws on the website.
through Dec. 1. It is available for emer- The selectmen voted to make May • Parking stickers have been ordered two too [oR tutu] cute –Joan Co-
gencies 24 hours a day. 21-27 Boating Safety Week for Hull. and should be on sale the first or second gliano and Lily Putnam Resnick
“We go whenever they call,” said In another matter related to water, week of June. performed in the South Shore Ballet
Bornheim. the kind that comes to us through our • Richardson announced that volun- Theatre’s production of Alice in Won-
Approximately 800 boats are moored water pipes, the selectmen discussed teers were invited to meet at the base of derland on May 15…
and slipped in town, about twice as many Aquarion’s recent rate increase request. the cemetery at 10 a.m. on Saturday to
as six years ago. The mooring fee is $5 Reilly suggested a plan of action, the join veterans and members of the Boy near The Red Parrot on June 4. This is
per foot, and is the same for residents and “opening salvo” of which would be a let- Scouts in putting new flags on the graves a fundraiser named for Boston Police
non-residents. Bornheim stated that he ter from the board of selectmen express- in preparation for the town’s Memorial Officer and Hull resident Sergeant Bob
has a 95-percent collection rate on fees ing its “shock and dismay that they have Day commemoration Monday. In case Guiney, who died of cancer in 2004. The
over the past four years. He said that the the nerve to pursue a 25-percent rate of rain, grave decoration will be done event starts at 11 a.m. at the high school.
last fee increase was six years ago and increase” in one of the worst economies on Sunday instead of Saturday. It draws around 200 motorcycle officers
that he will be asking for an increase in recent memory. • Rhoda Kanet, chairman of the from all around the state.
after this year’s boating season. Reilly further suggested approaching Hull Beach Management Committee, The selectmen then voted to go into
According to Bornheim, there is town officials in Hingham and Cohasset announced that beach cleanups will be closed session to discuss the water case,
room to moor about 75 more boats in to “join us in a united fight.” held on the first Saturday of the month, the DCR property, and a personnel mat-
Hull. According to Lampke, the cost of starting in July. ter.
The town also maintains a “pump-out fighting the last increase was about • The selectmen voted to allow per- The next meeting of the board of
boat” that empties the waste tanks of $20,000 per town. mission for the Sgt. Guiney Motorcycle selectmen will be held on Tuesday,
moored and slipped boats. This means Lemnios said that Aquarion’s “ra- Run to use the triangular parking lot June 7. ∞
that boaters are less likely to empty their tionales seem to be relatively thin and
tanks in the harbor. He described the contrived and the impact is very, very
“orange flag” system by which boaters significant.” He noted that in the past,
can signal the pump-out boat to empty Hull, Hingham, and Cohasset have
their septic storage tanks whether they fought “strenuously” and were success-
are present on the boat or not. ful in decreasing the amount of the rate
Bornheim said that Hull’s orange hikes.
flag system has spread to other com- Reilly called for public outcry in
munities as well. The pump-out boat is the form of a letter-writing campaign
operated under a grant from the Division to senators, congressmen, and the gov-
of Marine Fisheries and there is no cost ernor. “He [Gov. Deval Patrick] has
to boaters. to know it’s hurting the people of this Manet Caring for the
town,” he said.
In addition to his duties as harbor-
master, Bornheim is also the shellfish Reilly also brought up the possibility
constable. He reported that three flats of banding with Hingham and Cohasset Jennifer F. Sabir, MD, who joined Manet in 2005,
have already been seeded and “predator to purchase Aquarion and forming a is Lead Physician at the Hull location. Jennifer
nets” put in place to keep green crabs regional water authority, or seeing if the provides adult, pediatric and prenatal care.
from eating the seed clams. The nets will Mass. Water Resources Authority would
remain in place for about two months purchase it. “It’s worth talking about,” Harjot Thakral, MD, who joined Manet in 2010, is
he said. Reilly pointed out that Aquarion Board Certiﬁed in Family Medicine. Harjot sees
until the seed “sets in.” Bornheim is
is owned by an Australian conglomerate patients of all ages at our Hull location.
applying for another seeding grant and
plans to seed more flats in July. In three and is a for-profit company.
Please call 781.925.4550 to schedule an
years, 900,000 clam seeds have been “There has to be something to put an
Jennifer F. Sabir, MD appointment
planted and the department has received end to this,” he said. Lead Physician
about $15,000 a year from the Division Lemnios said that the town will put a Hull
of Marine Fisheries. “Fight the Rate” link on the town website 180 George Washington Blvd
Bornheim reported that the dredging with contact information for senators, Hull, MA
at Nantasket Pier continues and that a congressmen, and the governor. There Phone: (781) 925-4550
sediment sample is now with the Army will also be information about the pro-
Corps of Engineers. He noted that the posed hike and its impact on the town. Open 6 days a week including Wednesday
regulations for offshore disposal of sedi- “The way this company is operating evenings and Saturdays
ment are more stringent than they have in one of the most dire fiscal periods in
been in the past. most of our lifetimes is ridiculous,” said Hough’s Neck Chúng tôi nói tiếng việt
Lemnios. Phone: (617) 471 8683
The Hull Harbormaster Department
In a round-up of other business Harjot Thakral, MD
is involved in several upcoming events North Quincy
Tuesday: Accepting New Patients
this summer and fall, including Swim Phone: (617) 376 3000
across America, Paddles for Poverty, • The selectmen voted to approve Manet at
the Hull Lifesaving Museum’s Harbor an alcohol serving time of 10 a.m. on Our commitment is Quincy Medical Center
Illumination, the Nantasket Triathlon, Sundays, Memorial Day, and Christ- to provide, quality, Phone: (857) 403 0820
and the Head of the Weir rowing race. mas day, for establishments with liquor accessible health care Snug Harbor
In addition, Bornheim recently grad- licenses. Affected businesses have to Phone: (617) 471 4715
uated 28 students from the town’s fourth fill out a form at town hall in order to
Safe Boating Class. Students ranged in begin serving at that hour. A notice has www.manetchc.org
age from 12 to 70, and came from Hull, been sent to license holders that they
Quincy, Weymouth, Scituate, and other have until today [Thursday] to submit
area towns. the form in order to have approval for
In a related matter, Selectman Rich- Memorial Day. Lampke said that if a The Right Care – The Right Time – The Right Place
10 THE HULL TIMES, Thursday, May 26, 2011 www.hulltimes.com
woRSHip At Congregation Sha’Aray Shalom, Hingham.
1112 Main St. Hingham. Telephone 781 749-8103,
a variety of special programs during the week. All are
welcome to worship God at St. Stephen’s!
or visit www.shaaray.org. Denomination: Reform This Sunday, at 11:30 a.m., St, Stephen’s continues
Jewish. Rabbi Shira Joseph, Cantor Steven Weiss. its series “Signs of Resurrection Life,” which brings
Services: Friday evenings, 7:30 p.m. Saturdays, in speakers from local organizations that the church
this week, at St. Mary of the Assumption Par- 10:30 a.m. supports through its outreach programs. This Sunday,
ish. Catholics in Hull worship at St. Ann’s Church, 208 Office closed Monday in observance of Memorial members welcome Jim Graham, a member of the
Samoset Ave. The Rev. Joseph Mazzone is the pastor. Day. board of the St. Boniface Haiti Foundation who is just
Weekday Mass, Monday through Saturday, is at 9 a.m. Upcoming Events in June: back from a trip to Haiti. All welcome!
Saturday Vigil Mass, 4:30 p.m. Sunday Masses, 7, 9, Friday, Jun. 3 at 5:15 p.m. Early bird Shabbat Sunday services of Holy Communion begin at 8
11 a.m. Telephone: 781 925-0680. dinner, members $7 per adult, $5 per child, or $20 a.m. and 10 a.m. Also on Sunday mornings, the Godly
At St. Nicholas united Methodist Church. St. per family. $10 per adult, $6 per child, non-member. Play children’s program and R.O.X. JV [middle school
Nicholas United Methodist Church is an open and 6 p.m. Early bird Shabbat service with birthday youth program] meet at 10. R.O.X. [senior high youth
affirming Reconciling Congregation where all are blessings. program] meets at 11:30.
welcome. The church is located at 130 Spring St. in 7:30 p.m. Shabbat evening service with birthday AA now meets four times a week at St. Stephen’s:
Hull Village. Questions can be directed to the church blessings. Sundays at 7 p.m., there is a closed Big Book study.
at 781 925-9101. Saturday, Jun 4 at 10:30 a.m. Shabbat morning Tuesdays there is a women’s step meeting at 6:30
All are invited to worship service at 10 a.m. every service. p.m. and a closed discussion meeting at 8 p.m. Fri-
Sunday. This week, those in worship will celebrate At St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Cohasset. St. days at 6:30 p.m., there is a beginner’s meeting. All
God’s intimate presence in their lives. The sermon Stephen’s Episcopal Church is an inclusive, Christ- meetings take place in the Watermelon Room at the
is entitled “An Unknown God” and will honor the centered community committed to exploring the inter- church office.
truth that, even though we may not know it, God is section of faith and daily life. You are invited to join Please call the church office at 781 383-1083 or
within us. As always, childcare is available for the in this exploration on Sunday mornings and through visit ststephenscohasset.org for more information. ∞
very young, although children are also welcome to
participate in the entire service. Congregants will
also celebrate Holy Communion, an experience that is
open to all who are seeking deeper communion with Continued from page 7 for minor in possession of alcohol. Bail set at $40…
God and creation. 10:03 p.m. Kingsley Rd. caller called dispatch with
Please note that St. Nicholas offers gluten-free Investigation] notified and responding… 7:45 p.m. numerous complaints with regard to her ex-husband
“bread” and always serve non-alcoholic juice for the Bay Ave. East E911 caller was unreadable then sending her harassing text messages and her previous
common cup. Worship is followed by a time of fel- disconnected. Yelling in the background. No answer call today. Caller states she feels her complaints have
lowship in the church hall. on call back. O/Costa and O/Mahoney detailed. S/ not been addressed appropriately. S/Casagrande and
Although Monday is Memorial Day, there will Casagrande also responding. O/Costa reports an O/Fahey detailed. O/Fahey reports he will be coming
be bible study on at 7 p.m. at Gould Hall, which will altercation between a male and his son-in-law… into headquarters to get paperwork for an emergency
focus on chapters 9 and 10 of Paul’s First Letter to Tuesday: 8:35 a.m. Minor accident, A St. at Central 209A. O/Fahey further reports female did not appear
the Corinthians. If time permits, members will also Ave. O/Costa detailed and requests that S/Shea to be in fear and she has changed her mind in obtaining
read the first verse of Chapter 11. respond with the camera… 8:36 a.m. Central Fire a 209A. Caller believes her ex-husband is listening to a
The church is collecting non-food items for Well- reports a male at the location urinating in the bushes scanner and she requests added patrols overnight… ∞
spring [soap, paper goods, personal care items, etc.] and he appears to be confused. Engine 1 and Rescue
If you are able, please bring a donation. 2 dispatched. Rescue 2 reports unable to locate the
At temple Beth Sholom. Temple Beth Sholom, male… 11:46 a.m. Duck Lane caller reports that she Hull board of Health
600 Nantasket Ave., Hull, is a conservative syna- would like to speak to an officer. O/Costa detailed
gogue offering daily worship services, bi-monthly and reports speaking to the caller, who is reporting
Friday evening services/Onegei Shabbat, monthly that someone cut down an azalea that was planted at
Torah study/breakfast services, holiday observances, her husband’s grave. O/Costa reports following up Legal Notice
religious school education, bar/bat mitzvah prepara- with Public Works and they didn’t cut it… 1:27 p.m.
tion, post-bar/bat mitzvah confirmation classes, adult Nantasket Ave. caller reports that he just bought a The Board of Health of the Town of Hull, Mas-
education courses, and so much more. Temple Beth home in Hull and he just saw a male who made him sachusetts, acting under the authority of the Mas-
Sholom’s spiritual leader is Rabbi Benjamin Lefkow- feel uncomfortable. The male was walking in the sachusetts General Laws, Chapter 111, Section
itz; its president is Paul Epstein. Telephone: 781 area with no shirt, his pants were down exposing his 31, voted the following permit application fees
925-0091. You may also reach the temple by email, underwear, and he had a shirt or rag hanging out of to be increased effective July 1, 2011.
firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the Web, www. the pocket. O/Mahoney detailed. O/Flaherty reports he • Certificate(s) of Occupancy will be increased
tbshull.com. is in the area and will also be checking. Both officers to ($60) sixty dollars per rental unit.
Upcoming for Friday, May 27. Graduation of the reports negative search… 2:18 p.m. Nantasket Ave. • Re-inspections, if necessary, will cost ($35)
first Confirmation class will be held in the Main Sanc- caller reports identity theft. O/Costa dispatched and thirty-five dollars.
tuary at 9 Hadassah Way. Mazel tov to the following reports caller states she received a call from a place Article XXVIII, Section 1, Town of Hull Bylaws:
Confirmation graduates: Thomas Guiney, Samantha that had all her information and a job application from “No rental dwelling unit, apartment or tenement
Hagstrom, Jacen Kurciviez, Edina Lemkin, and Molly her, but she had not applied for work there. She will shall be occupied unless a Certificate of Occu-
Shauer. An Oneg Shabbat will be held following the follow up with Social Security and with her bank…
pancy has been issued by the Board of Health.”
service, sponsored by Joan Silver. All are welcome. 2:45 p.m. Nantasket Ave. caller reports a drunk male A Certificate of Occupancy must be renewed
Friday, June 3. Closing exercises and Religious on the beach at the location and she’s concerned that
School graduation will be held in the Main Sanctu- he may drown. State Police contacted and will send each year for rentals.
ary at 9 Hadassah Way. Mazel tov to the following someone in that direction. O/Mahoney and O/Flaherty • Caterers will be increased to ($100) one hun-
graduates: Nathan Albert, Gianna Cofman, Cara also responding. Second caller report the male keeps dred dollars.
O’Keefe, and Rachel Rymaszewsky. An Oneg Shab- falling. O/Mahoney reports coming in with 47-year- • Hotel/Motel/ Rooming Houses will be in-
bat ice cream social, sponsored by the parents of the old Quincy male in protective custody… 7:50 p.m. creased to ($100) one hundred dollars.
graduates, will be held following the services. All Arrest, Nantasket Rd. O/Conneely reports he has [Published: 5/26/11]
are welcome. Vincent Bregoli, 18, of Clifton Ave., under arrest
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cleanup days for Sunset Point Camp this
past weekend. We were honored at the
Continued from page 2 tremendous support that the community
showed to this hidden gem.
cars were there, took some photos, More than 100 people, young and
and warned the partiers about the mess old, came to help clean up the camp. Ev-
they left. The trash stopped for several eryone helped rake, weed, clean, scrub,
months. Now it’s back. Time to get out purge storage areas, and make repairs.
the camera again. We were humbled by all the time and
Dan Llewellyn effort that everyone contributed that day,
especially members of the Nantasket-
The winds oF change are blowing Hull Rotary and employees of the Phia
Through hull again… Group.
Thank you to all the neighbors of
To The Editor: Sunset Point for accommodating the
I would like to thank the following many visitors over the weekend. We
folks for putting together another his- have heard from many Hull residents On Saturday, May 21, the Friends of Sunset Point Camp hosted a cleanup day
toric event – the Hull Wind Conference about how much they look forward to to prepare the camp for the summer season. The newly formed Nantasket-Hull
that occurred on May 12 at the Nantasket having the campers in their red shirts Rotary Club spruced up the camp kitchen. The Rotarians are, L to R, Tim Smith
Beach Resort Hotel: Town Manager back to our beaches this summer. Thank [kneeling], Alana Swiec, Jack Baringer, and Ed Fox [with back to camera].
Phil Lemnios, for his leadership and you all for your generosity and pride in
vision; Hull Light Operations Manager sharing Hull with these young people, purchased us beautiful coats. Nikki Heavern, on behalf of the
Dick Miller, for his continuous support; who are so excited to enjoy it as well. Hull Youth Football and Hull Boost- Lady Pirates Basketball team
administrative assistant Nancy Allen, We are looking forward to welcom- ers made very generous donations that
for making the event go off without a ing the Sunset Point campers back to allowed us to purchase championship carousel evenTs bespeak pride in
hitch; the Hull Light Board, for their the South Shore and we thank you for rings that we will receive at the end Town and counTry…
continuous vision of taking our wind/ helping us. of the year sports banquet held at Hull
renewable energy advantage to the next Sincerely, High School. To the Editor:
level to support the Hull ratepayer; the The Friends of Sunset Point Thank You to Brendan Geary for the On behalf of all the people who en-
Nantasket Beach Resort Hotel, for host- amazing slideshow that he put together joy the Paragon Carousel, I wanted to
ing the event; and Bob Hunter, for almost generous coMMuniTy honors iTs for us. A huge thank you goes out to Nick thank the many folks who participated
a year of his efforts creating the white chaMps… from Pasquale’s Prints who made every in our Kentucky Derby Day event on
paper that put the vision of a renewable single person on the team their own May 6.
energy institute to paper and officially To the Very Gracious Citizens of Hull: professionally matted picture from the This is a wonderful adult evening
started this process. The Hull Girls Basketball team championship game at the TD Garden. and all in attendance enjoyed the fes-
The event brought folks from all overrecently celebrated its state champi- Thank you to Johnny Cupcakes for tivities, raffle prizes, and the “racing”
the country in many different fields: onship title with a very exciting and allowing us to come into your store and of the carousel horses, all to benefit the
GE, Siemens, MIT, Harvard, WPI, memorable ceremony held at the Hull pick out shirts. Thank you to Kim at Paragon Carousel. If you missed it this
local, state, and federal officials, Mr. Yacht Club. We were very honored and Cotton’s Candy who provided delicious year, mark your calendar for the Friday
Donohue’s Hull High AP science class, grateful to the Hull Yacht Club members treats and volunteered her time for the before the 2012 Kentucky Derby.
award-winning music producers, and who donated their hall and helped make night. We also would like to thank Nan-
leaders in many fields and industries. this whole night possible. Lastly, we would like to thank ad- tasket Paint and Hardware for securing
I felt a buzz during the wind confer- Several businesses and community ditional people for their donations that “Made in America” flags for our Field
ence of success and, hopefully, what I members also generously donated to helped with the entire night and all the of Flags event that kicks off on June 3.
believe to be a game changer for Hull. this night and we would like to thank miscellaneous items needed to pull the With the sponsorship of George Wash-
We are looking to carry the momentum everyone for their support. The food was event off: Laura Fulton, Alana Swiec, ington Toma TV & Appliance, we will
forward and identify the best way to keepdonated and catered by Barefoot Bob’s. Domenico Sestito, Weinberg’s Bakery, again surround the historic Paragon
Hull a leader in renewable energy. Thank you to Lisa and Mark. We were Simply Irresistible, Francis Shaugh- Carousel in American flags in honor of
Many great things happening in a so grateful to Melissa and Nicole from nessy, Nancy Dunn, Christine Hansen, veterans, armed service personnel, and
great town. Barefoot Bob’s who also volunteered Peter Seitz, Mrs. Mahoney, The Fanu- loved ones. Thank you to these two
Thank you, for the night to help make sure the meal ele family, Father Joe, Kevin Morris, wonderful businesses for helping to
Domenico Sestito was perfect and everything ran smoothly. and Mel Reed. make this special event, which benefits
We would like to thank coach Rick We are truly grateful for all of the the Paragon Carousel and the Hull Vet-
Many hands Made lighT work oF Fredericks of Marshfield for buying us support this amazing community gave erans Council, possible.
caMp cleanup… championship T-shirts. We would like us during our entire tournament run and Please visit www.paragoncarousel.
to thank the owners of Beach Fire Res- we want you to know you have made us com for more details on the Field of
To Hull’s Residents: taurant and the Nantasket Beach Hotel very proud to be Hull Kids. Flags.
Thank you for all your support at the for their very gracious donations, which Thank you, Susan Wentworth ∞
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Boudreau worked for Set- aforesaid known as Nantasket Beach, with the build-
obituaries tle’s Glass Co. of Quincy.
Beloved husband of the
ings thereon, said parcel being shown as Lot #59 on
plan entitled, “Plan of Building Lots of Sagamore
Bette Jeanne Arnold, at 90 late Mary [McEachern] Hill, Natusket Beach, Hull, Mass., formerly owned
Boudreau, he leaves his by John F. Merrill, Trustee”, which said plan is duly
Bette Jeanne [Berman] loving children: Sandra recorded with Plymouth County Registry of Deeds in
Arnold, of Boston and Howe and her husband, Plan Book 1, Page 38, bounded and described, in ac-
New Seabury, died May Don, of Vermont, Robert cordance with said plan, as follows: NORTHERLY by
22. She was 90. Boudreau and his wife, lot #60, 72.99 feet; EASTERLY by Sagamore Terrace,
A former resident of Cindy, of Lynn, Denise
Newton and Hull, she 50.01 feet; SOUTHERLY by lot 58, 79.42 feet;
Reynolds and her husband,
was the flamboyant and WESTERLY by Summit Road, 50 feet. Containing
Mathew, of Pennsylvania,
high-spirited proprietor according to said plan 3,942, square feet. The mort-
Colleen Buckley, Doreen
of “Bette’s Rolls Royce” McDonnell and her hus- gaged premises are more particularly described in
restaurant, near Faneuil Hall in Boston. She was also a band, Mark, and Joseph Buckley, all of Hull. He was deed recorded with the Plymouth County Registry of
devoted, loving, and inspiring mother to her daughters. the father of the late Leo Boudreau of Saugus and the Deeds in Book 9507, Page 231. For mortgagor’s title
“Bette” was decades ahead of her time, a woman’s brother of Joan Hammond of Maine and Winifred see deed recorded with the Plymouth County Registry
liberationist years before the term was in vogue. She DiSalvio of Weymouth. Mr. Boudreau is also survived of Deeds in Book 26351, Page 2. The premises will
had successful careers in three different business by nine grandchildren and a loving extended family. be sold subject to any and all unpaid taxes and other
fields, assisting her late husband, Chappie Arnold, A graveside service will be held in June. For an on-municipal assessments and liens, and subject to prior
with Chappie Arnold’s Orchestra and later operating line guest book, please visit www.mcnamara-sparrell. liens or other enforceable encumbrances of record
the Arnold Bus Company with him before she opened com. entitled to precedence over this mortgage, and subject
her restaurant. Later she helped her second husband to and with the benefit of all easements, restrictions,
run the Bob Charles Transportation Company. She did reservations and conditions of record and subject to
all this while raising two daughters, providing them Angelina E. Garfagna, at 86 all tenancies and/or rights of parties in possession.
with enormous love and affection, and instilling in Terms of the Sale: Cash, cashier’s or certified check
them a desire to succeed and the knowledge that there Angelina E. [Mercurio] Garfagna, of Hull, died
in the sum of $5,000.00 as a deposit must be shown
were no boundaries to their accomplishments if they May 19. She was 86.
simply worked hard enough. Beloved wife of the late Joseph A. Garfagna, she at the time and place of the sale in order to qualify
Besides her work, she enjoyed travel, ballet, opera, was the cherished daughter of the late Pasquale and as a bidder (the mortgage holder and its designee(s)
and the theater, and adored swimming in any body Maria Angela [Barbieri] Mercurio; the loving sister of are exempt from this requirement); high bidder to
of water. She slept little, preferring to live life to the Eleanor of Hull and the late [infant] Frank Mercurio, sign written Memorandum of Sale upon acceptance
fullest each day and leave sleeping for her final rest- Mary Sarno, William Mercurio, and Frank Mercurio; of bid; balance of purchase price payable in cash or
and is also survived by many nieces and nephews. by certified check in thirty (30) days from the date of
Beloved wife of Robert Charles [MacMurdo] and Services have been held. Burial was at St. Paul’s the sale at the offices of mortgagee’s attorney, Korde
former wife of the late Chappie Arnold; adored mother Cemetery, Hingham. See www.Keohane.com for on- & Associates, P.C., 321 Billerica Road, Suite 210,
of The Honorable Judith A. Cowin and her husband, line condolences. ∞ Chelmsford, MA 01824-4100, or such other time as
The Honorable William I. Cowin, and the late Joyce may be designated by mortgagee. The description of
[Jackie] Arnold Rusoff; she was the cherished grand- the premises contained in said mortgage shall control
LEGAL NOTICE in the event of a typographical error in this publica-
mother of April Ruth [Cowin] Stein and Geoff Stein,
Jackie [Cowin] Daniels and Mark Daniels, and Wil- MORTGAGEE’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE By tion. Other terms to be announced at the sale. U.S.
liam Phillip Cowin and April [Pressel] Cowin. Mrs. virtue of and in execution of the Power of Sale con- Bank National Association, as Trustee for the regis-
Arnold was also the great-grandmother of Harper, tained in a certain mortgage given by Peter Gilmore tered holders of Aegis Asset Backed Securities Trust,
Gavin, and Graham Stein and Colette Cowin, and step to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. act- Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates, Series 2004-5
great-grandmother of Emily and Michael Daniels. ing solely as nominee for Premium Capital Funding, Korde & Associates, P.C 321 Billerica Road, Suite
A graveside service will be held at the Newton LLC, dated June 29, 2004 and recorded at Plymouth 210 Chelmsford, MA 01824-4100 (978) 256-1500
Cemetery, Section 3, Lot 1, at 791 Walnut Street in County Registry of Deeds in Book 28606, Page 225, (09-053132)(5/19/2011 5/26/2011 6/2/2011)(175118)
Newton on Thursday, May 26 at 6 p.m. Family and of which mortgage U.S. Bank National Association, [Published: 5/19, 5/26 & 6/2/11]
friends are welcome at the home of her daughter after as Trustee for the registered holders of Aegis Asset
the service. Backed Securities Trust, Mortgage Pass-Through
Certificates, Series 2004-5 is the present holder by THe HuLL TiMeS iS
Leo B. Boudreau, at 75 assignment Recorded at Plymouth County Registry onLine aLL THe TiMe!
of Deeds in Book 37736, Page 148, for breach of Our companion website, www.hulltimes.com,
Leo B. Boudreau, of Hull, formerly of Weymouth, conditions of said mortgage and for the purpose of is now available to paid subscribers only. All you
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Mr. Boudreau was raised in Weymouth and was at a Public Auction at 5:00 PM on June 15, 2011, at front of this week’s paper.
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CoMMoNWEALtH oF MASSACHuSEttS Plymouth County Registry of Deeds in Book 3440, belonging situated in Hull, Plymouth County,
LAND CouRt DEPARtMENt oF tHE tRIAL Page 277. Massachusetts, comprising Lot 703, shown on Plan of
CouRt CASE NO. 11 MISC 446284 TO: Anna M. These premises will be sold and conveyed subject Land in Hull, Massachusetts made for Herbert I. Corkin,
Britt-Boch f/k/a Anna M. Boch and to all persons en- to and with the benefit of all rights, rights of way, Scale 50 feet to an inch, Lewis W. Perkins, Engineer,
titled to the benefit of the Servicemembers Civil Relief restrictions, easements, covenants, liens or claims in May 10, 1950, Hungham, Massachusetts, which plan is
Act, 50 U.S.C. App.§501et seq.: Wells Fargo Bank, the nature of liens, improvements, public assessments, recorded in Plymouth County Registry of Deeds in Plan
N.A. as Trustee for Soundview Home Loan Trust any and all unpaid taxes, tax titles, tax liens, water and Book 8, Page 564, bounded and described as follows:
2007-OPT4, Asset-Backed Certificates, Series 2007- sewer liens and any other municipal assessments or Southerly by G Street as shown on said plan, 50.25 feet;
OPT4 claiming to have an interest in a Mortgage cov- liens or existing encumbrances of record which are Westerly by Lot 702, as shown on said plan, 81.00 feet;
ering real property in 50 Harbor View Road, Hull, MA in force and are applicable, having priority over said Northerly by Lot 704, as shown on said plan, 50.25
, given by Anna M. Britt-Boch f/k/a Anna M. Boch to mortgage, whether or not reference to such restrictions, feet; and Easterly by Lot 706, as shown on said plan,
Option One Mortgage Corporation dated July 13, 2007 easements, improvements, liens or encumbrances is 81.00 feet.
and recorded in Plymouth County Registry of Deeds made in the deed. Commonly known as 13G St, Hull, MA 02045
in Book 34826, at Page 310, has/have filed with this TERMS OF SALE: For mortgagor’s(s’) title see deed recorded with
court a complaint for determination of Defendant’s/ A deposit of Five Thousand ($5000.00) Dollars by Plymouth County Registry of Deeds in Book 26508,
Defendants’ Servicemembers status. If you now are, certified or bank check will be required to be paid by Page 183.
or recently have been, in the active military service of the purchaser at the time and place of sale. The balance These premises will be sold and conveyed subject
the United States of America, then you may be entitled is to be paid by certified or bank check at Harmon to and with the benefit of all rights, rights of way,
to the benefits of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act. Law Offices, P.C., 150 California Street, Newton, restrictions, easements, covenants, liens or claims in
If you object to a foreclosure of the above-mentioned Massachusetts 02458, or by mail to P.O. Box 610389, the nature of liens, improvements, public assessments,
property on that basis, then you or your attorney must Newton Highlands, Massachusetts 02461-0389, within any and all unpaid taxes, tax titles, tax liens, water and
file a written appearance and answer in this court at thirty (30) days from the date of sale. Deed will be sewer liens and any other municipal assessments or
Three Pemberton Square, Boston, MA 02108 on or provided to purchaser for recording upon receipt in full liens or existing encumbrances of record which are
before June 20, 2011 or you will be forever barred of the purchase price. The description of the premises in force and are applicable, having priority over said
from claiming that you are entitled to benefits of said contained in said mortgage shall control in the event of mortgage, whether or not reference to such restrictions,
Act. Witness, KARYN F. SCHEIER Chief Justice an error in this publication. easements, improvements, liens or encumbrances is
of said Court on May 6, 2011. Attest: DEBORAH J. Other terms, if any, to be announced at the sale. made in the deed.
PATTERSON, RECORDER (C96.0574)(5/26/2011) BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING L.P. F/K/A TERMS OF SALE: A deposit of Ten Thousand
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LP be required to be paid by the purchaser at the time and
NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE’S Present holder of said mortgage place of sale. The balance is to be paid by certified or
SALE OF REAL ESTATE By its Attorneys, bank check at Harmon Law Offices, P.C., 150 California
HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C. Street, Newton, Massachusetts 02458, or by mail to P.O.
By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale 150 California Street Box 610389, Newton Highlands, Massachusetts 02461-
contained in a certain mortgage given by Francis P. Fay Newton, MA 02458 0389, within thirty (30) days from the date of sale.
Jr. to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc, (617) 558-0500 Deed will be provided to purchaser for recording upon
dated January 23, 2007 and recorded with the Plymouth 200903-2266 – GRN receipt in full of the purchase price. The description of
County Registry of Deeds at Book 34031, Page 244, [Published: 5/19, 5/26 & 6/2/11] the premises contained in said mortgage shall control
of which mortgage BAC Home Loans Servicing L.P. in the event of an error in this publication.
f/k/a Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, LP is the NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE’S Other terms, if any, to be announced at the sale.
present holder, for breach of the conditions of said SALE OF REAL ESTATE HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
mortgage and for the purpose of foreclosing, the same AS TRUSTEE FOR MERRILL LYNCH
will be sold at Public Auction at 11:00 a.m. on June 15, By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale MORTGAGE INVESTORS, INC, SERIES 2006-AF2
2011, on the mortgaged premises located at 37 R Street, contained in a certain mortgage given by Richard T. Present holder of said mortgage
Hull, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, all and singular Barone Jr and Patricia E. Barone to Mortgage Electronic By its Attorneys,
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TO WIT: A certain parcel of land with the buildings recorded with the Plymouth County Registry of Deeds 150 California Street
thereon, situated in that part of Hull called Allerton, at Book 32730, Page 89, of which mortgage HSBC Newton, MA 02458
Nantasket Beach, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Bank USA, National Association as Trustee for Merrill (617) 558-0500
being shown as Lot 11 on a ‘’Plan of Land belonging to Lynch Mortgage Investors, Inc, Series 2006-AF2 is 201011-0915 – YEL
Alvion Ryan at Nantasket Beach, Hull, Mass., surveyed, the present holder, for breach of the conditions of said [Published: 5/19,5/26 & 6/2/11]
June 2, 1893, Scale 30 feet to an inch’’ by Harrison L. mortgage and for the purpose of foreclosing, the same
House, recorded at the Plymouth Registry of Deeds in will be sold at Public Auction at 2:00 p.m. on June 10,
Plan Book 1, Page 131. 2011, on the mortgaged premises located at 13 G Street, CLiCk for More…
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NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE’S LP is the present holder by assignment Recorded at and facilities for all reasonable and intended purposes,
SALE OF REAL ESTATE Plymouth County Registry of Deeds in Book 37398, in conjunction with the owners of all other units within
Page 240, for breach of conditions of said mortgage the Building, subject to the provision of the Master
By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale and for the purpose of foreclosing the same, the mort- Deed, the By-laws of Seawatch at Hull Condominium
contained in a certain mortgage given by Denise gaged premises located at 65 C Street, Hull, MA 02045 Association, and the Rules and Regulations promulgated
Overton to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, will be sold at a Public Auction at 3:00 PM on June thereunder;
Inc., dated April 14, 2006 and registered with the 22, 2011, at the mortgaged premises, more particu- 2. An easement for the continuance of all encroachments
Plymouth County Registry District of the Land Court larly described below, all and singular the premises by the Unit upon any other units of upon the common
as Document No.604044 as noted on Certificate of described in said mortgage, to wit: areas and facilities of the Condominium, whether now
Title No. 112336, of which mortgage BAC Home A certain parcel of land in Hull, Commonwealth existing or occurring in the future as a result of (a)
Loans Servicing, LP is the present holder, for breach of Massachusetts, together with the buildings thereon, settling, shifting, or movement of the Building; (b)
of the conditions of said mortgage and for the purpose situated at Nantasket Beach, so-called, being Lot alteration or repair of the common areas and facilities
of foreclosing, the same will be sold at Public Auction numbered 1092 on a certain parcel plan entitled by or with the consent of the Managing Board; or (c)
at 11:00 a.m. on June 17, 2011, on the mortgaged “Plan of Land belonging to Nantasket Company at repair of restoration of the Building or any unit after
premises located at 6 Warfield Avenue, Hull, Plymouth Nantasket Beach” made by F.M. Hersey, C.E., dated damage by fire or other casualty; and,
County, Massachusetts, all and singular the premises May 1881, recorded with Plymouth Deeds, Volume 3. The rights and privileges of a Unit owner as set
described in said mortgage, 1 of Plans, Page 100, and more particularly bounded forth in the master Deed, the by-laws of Seawatch at
TO WIT: A certain parcel of land with the buildings and described as follows: Southerly by the Northerly Hull Condominium Association, and the Rules and
thereon situated in Hull, in the County of Plymouth line of C Street, fifty (50) feet; Westerly by Lot 1089, Regulation promulgated thereunder, and the provisions
and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, bounded and as shown on said plan, eighty-one and 2/10th (81.2) of Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 183A, as they
described as follows: feet; Northerly by Lot 1091, as shown on said plan, may be amended from time to time.
SOUTHWESTERLY by the Northeasterly line of fifty (50) feet; Easterly by Lot numbered 1093, as The unit is conveyed subject to;
Newport Road, fifty three and 05/100 (53.05) feet; shown on said plan, eighty-one and 2/10th (81.2) feet. 1. The restrictions on use set forth in the Master Deed,
WESTERLY by the junction of said Newport Road Containing according to said plan, 4,060 square feet, including the provision that the Unit be limited to single
and Warfield Avenue measuring on the easterly more or less. Being the same premises conveyed to family residential purposes;
curving line thereof forty and 30/100 (40.30) feet; the herein named mortgage(s) by deed recorded with 2. An easement or easement in favor of adjoining
NORTHWESTERLY by the Southeasterly line of said Plymouth County Registry of Deeds herewith. units for the continuance of all encroachments by the
Warfield Avenue, one hundred three and 08/100 feet; For mortgagor’s title see deed recorded with the adjoining unit or common areas and facilities upon the
NORTHEASTERLY by Lot 2 on the plan hereinafter Plymouth County Registry of Deeds in Book 28900, unit whether now existing or occurring in the future as
mentioned seventy nine and 92/100 (79.92) feet; Page 8. a result of (a) settling, shifting, or movement of the
SOUTHEASTERLY by land now or formerly of The premises will be sold subject to any and all Building; (b) alteration or repair of the common areas
Robert E. McNair et ux one hundred nine and 63/100 unpaid taxes and other municipal assessments and and facilities by or with the consent of the Managing
(109.63) feet. liens, and subject to prior liens or other enforceable Board; or (c) repair of restoration of the Building or any
Said parcel is shown as Lot 1 on subdivision plan # encumbrances of record entitled to precedence over unit after damage by fire or other casualty; and,
38731B, drawn by Francis McHugh Surveyor, dated this mortgage, and subject to and with the benefit of 3. The provisions of the Master Deed, the by-laws of
July 16, 1977, and filed with Certificate of Title No. all easements, restrictions, reservations and conditions Seawatch at Hull Condominium Association, and the
55178. of record and subject to all tenancies and/or rights of Rules and Regulation promulgated thereunder, and the
For mortgagors’ title see deed registered with parties in possession. provisions of Massachusetts General Laws Chapter
Plymouth County Registry District of the Land Court Terms of the Sale: Cash, cashier’s or certified check 183A, as they may be amended from time to time.
as Document No. 640072, as noted on Certificate of in the sum of $5,000.00 as a deposit must be shown The original master deed and the By-laws of the
Title No. 112336. at the time and place of the sale in order to qualify Condominium (Schedule C of the Master Deed)
These premises will be sold and conveyed as a bidder (the mortgage holder and its designee(s) were executed and recorded as previously set forth
subject to and with the benefit of all rights, rights are exempt from this requirement); high bidder to herein. The same were amended and revised by
of way, restrictions, easements, covenants, liens or sign written Memorandum of Sale upon acceptance instruments entitled “Amended and Revises Master
claims in the nature of liens, improvements, public of bid; balance of purchase price payable in cash or deed of Seawatch at Hull Condominium Association”,
assessments, any and all unpaid taxes, tax titles, tax by certified check in thirty (30) days from the date of both dates December 23, 1994 and recorded with the
liens, water and sewer liens and any other municipal the sale at the offices of mortgagee’s attorney, Korde Plymouth County Registry of Deeds in Book 13414,
assessments or liens or existing encumbrances of & Associates, P.C., 321 Billerica Road, Suite 210, page 107 on February 7, 1995. the reference in this
record which are in force and are applicable, having Chelmsford, MA 01824-4100 or such other time as instrument to the Master deed or By-laws are inclusive
priority over said mortgage, whether or not reference may be designated by mortgagee. The description of the originally filed instruments and the amended and
to such restrictions, easements, improvements, liens for the premises contained in said mortgage shall revised instruments , and as the same may be in force
or encumbrances is made in the deed. control in the event of a typographical error in this and applicable.
TERMS OF SALE: A deposit of Ten Thousand publication.” For mortgagor’s(s’) title see deed recorded with
($10,000.00) Dollars by certified or bank check Other terms to be announced at the sale. Plymouth County Registry of Deeds in Book 23101,
will be required to be paid by the purchaser at the BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP Page 20.
time and place of sale. The balance is to be paid by Korde & Associates, P.C. These premises will be sold and conveyed subject
certified or bank check at Harmon Law Offices, P.C., 321 Billerica Road to and with the benefit of all rights, rights of way,
150 California Street, Newton, Massachusetts 02458, Suite 210s restrictions, easements, covenants, liens or claims in
or by mail to P.O. Box 610389, Newton Highlands, Chelmsford, MA 01824-4100 the nature of liens, improvements, public assessments,
Massachusetts 02461-0389, within thirty (30) days (978) 256-1500 any and all unpaid taxes, tax titles, tax liens, water and
from the date of sale. Deed will be provided to (BAC 09-053572 )(Francis) sewer liens and any other municipal assessments or
purchaser for recording upon receipt in full of the (05-26-11, 06-02-11, 06-09-11)(271127) liens or existing encumbrances of record which are
purchase price. The description of the premises [Published: 5/26, 6/2 & 6/9/11] in force and are applicable, having priority over said
contained in said mortgage shall control in the event mortgage, whether or not reference to such restrictions,
of an error in this publication. easements, improvements, liens or encumbrances is
Other terms, if any, to be announced at the sale. NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE’S made in the deed.
BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP SALE OF REAL ESTATE TERMS OF SALE: A deposit of Five Thousand
Present holder of said mortgage ($5,000.00) Dollars by certified or bank check will be
By its Attorneys, By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale required to be paid by the purchaser at the time and
HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C. contained in a certain mortgage given by Grace B. place of sale. The balance is to be paid by certified or
150 California Street Doherty to Bank of America, N.A., dated February bank check at Harmon Law Offices, P.C., 150 California
Newton, MA 02458 17, 2006 and recorded with the Plymouth County Street, Newton, Massachusetts 02458, or by mail to P.O.
(617) 558-0500 Registry of Deeds at Book 32254, Page 185, of which Box 610389, Newton Highlands, Massachusetts 02461-
201007-1695 – GRN mortgage Bank of America, N.A. is the present holder, 0389, within thirty (30) days from the date of sale.
[Published: 5/26, 6/2 & 6/9/11] for breach of the conditions of said mortgage and for the Deed will be provided to purchaser for recording upon
purpose of foreclosing, the same will be sold at Public receipt in full of the purchase price. The description of
Auction at 3:00 p.m. on June 8, 2011, on the mortgaged the premises contained in said mortgage shall control
LEGAL NOTICE premises located at 20 Rockland House Road, Unit in the event of an error in this publication.
MORTGAGEE’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE 402, Seawatch at Hull Condominiums, Hull, Plymouth Other terms, if any, to be announced at the sale.
County, Massachusetts, all and singular the premises BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.
By virtue of and in execution of the Power of Sale described in said mortgage, Present holder of said mortgage
contained in a certain mortgage given by Anthony TO WIT: By its Attorneys,
H. Francis and Michelle L. McWilliams to Mortgage The unit is conveyed together with: HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.
Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. acting solely 1. The undivided percentage interest is set forth herein 150 California Street
as a nominee for United Mortgage Lenders, Inc., in the common areas and facilities of the Condominium, Newton, MA 02458
dated August 18, 2004 and recorded at Plymouth said common areas and facilities being described in the (617) 558-0500
County Registry of Deeds in Book 28900, Page 10 Master Deed recorded at Book 8797 page 283. The 201002-2320 – GRN
of which mortgage BAC Home Loans Servicing, Grantee(s) shall have the right to use the common areas [Published: 5/12, 5/19 & 5/26/11]
16 THE HULL TIMES, Thursday, May 26, 2011 www.hulltimes.com
100 YeaRS ago tHiS week
• J.J. Souther will continue as host com-
mittee of one at the Hull station of the
Boston yacht club. He will make the
clubhouse his home this season.
Compiled from The Hull Beacon • The Village improvement Society is
by John J. Galluzzo doing a good work.
• The Hull athletic club is having base-
May 26, 1911 ball suits made at Horace Partridge firm,
• Ephraim Lombard and family of Boston. The boys expect to play their
Boston are occupying their cottage on first game Decoration day against the
Highland avenue, Hull Hill. They are All-Stars of Roxbury. The games will
among the longest summer residents be played at the Park playground, Hull.
here. Mrs. Lombard was at one time • In the near future Hull must have a
considered by yachtsmen one of the town hall and the Selectmen have made
most expert yachtswomen on the coast, an automobile trip to several towns only
with few peers among the opposite sex. to find them much more expensive than
Of late years however, she has given up they had planned.
the sport to some extent. • John Mitchell, our well-known coal
• Wedding invitations are out for Law- and lumber dealer, has a new building
rence Worcester and Miss Vogel. at Waveland. It has a private office that
• Henry Gardner Galloway and family is better than any office along the coast,
of Boston have arrived at the John Boyle and it is facing the bay and the outlook is
O’Reilly cottage, which was purchased fine. The room is spacious and is finished
off the O’Reilly heirs. in Mission with a mantle clock in marble hanging aRound – Garden Club plant sale coordinators Judy Dorner and Can-
• The son of Jacob Smith, who is on and coal cemented together. The desk dace Barone showed off some of the hanging baskets available for purchase last
the boats, is a great favorite. He holds and couch finish a most attractive office. weekend. [Roger Jackson photo]
a regular reception on the Boston wharf The ceiling was done by A. C. Ross of
upon the arrival and departure of the Boston, who has made the ceilings in New Sprouts | By The Hull Garden Club
boat. The ladies old and young and the large buildings of Boston and does
pretty, he has a kindly word for all and back if cut back after they get rangy.
that class of work wonderfully well. The
Submitted by Helen Weiser Other good choices are ageratum,
remains a bachelor. gentleman’s daughter lives near the of-
coleus, browallia, lobelia, and sweet al-
• Repairs on the old yacht club here are fice and he wanted to show how well he Growing flowers in containers – win- yssum. Still others are geraniums, dwarf
completed, making it practically a new could do that class of work. Mr. Mitchell dow boxes, pots, hanging baskets – has marigolds, dusty miller, wax begonias,
landing. It is used during the summer may well feel proud of his new building. several things in its favor. For one, there impatiens, verbenas, vincas, and dwarf
by the Nantasket steamboat company • The lifesaving crew disband at 12 is more effect per plant. A few marigolds zinnias. Hanging baskets do best with
expressly for the accommodation of the o’clock, May 31, and come together in a garden bed are apt to look sparse, three to five matching individual speci-
residents of Hull Hill. The government August 1. but the same number of plants growing mens to give it a full look. Impatiens are
boats will make it a landing the year- • It is said that freak house will cost in window boxes can look bountiful and good as well as Million Bells petunias.
round. $30,000 by the time it is finished. ∞ complete. Window boxes placed above Large pots or window boxes do well
ground often enjoy more sunlight than with geranium, dusty miller, and lobelia.
on the ground below. Pots and hanging In large pots or tubs you can even put in
baskets have the added virtue of portabil- bell pepper, parsley, or rosemary in the
ity; they can be moved to spots where center, surrounded by cascading lobe-
Coming June 16 conditions are right. lias. Don’t add too many flowers or they
Best of all, container culture brings will overwhelm the vegetables.
The Times’ annual gardening to people who have no more Planting: Place an inch of drainage
space than a balcony or window ledge material, such as gravel or clay shards
guide to hull several stories up.
There are more good things to say
from broken clay pots, in the container
bottom. Next put in the soil, to about an
summer about container gardening than bad,
but there is an important drawback: in-
creased maintenance. There is a limited
inch or two below the top and then set
in the plants. Finish up by tamping soil
to about an inch below the rim of the
amount of soil and, because the sides of container.
container are exposed to the air and hot Care: Containers need frequent
sun, the soil dries out and loses nutritive watering, especially in midsummer. In
Civic groups and organizations planning summer events,
supply very fast, so they need water and spring, seedlings are small; do not over-
fertilizer more regularly than plants in a water. The best gauge all season long is
please send us your community calendar listings to garden bed. to water when the top half- to one inch
Here are a few tips for success: of soil dries out.
• Soil. Rather than mix your own Be sure the soil mass is completely
[one part peat moss or compost, one part moistened and don’t stop until the water
garden soil, and one part builder’s sand], comes out the bottom. Fertilize every
DOn’T be you may use packaged soil, but make other week with solution of water and
lefT OuT! sure it is not entirely soil-less. It needs water-soluble fertilizer. If you have
absolute deadline for at least one-third-part soil to help hold used the packaged soil you will have to
press releases and ad copy moisture. Add a slow-release fertilize water carefully as these mixes tend to
is friday, June 10. so the plants are given gradual doses of pull away from the sides of the container
for more information, nutrient as they develop. when they become dry and water runs
call susan Ovans at • Selecting plants: The best plants for right out along these spaces without
container gardens are annuals. The most penetrating to the roots.
popular is petunia, even though they do Visit our club, www.hullgardenclub.
become leggy and ragged-looking by com, for more gardening information. ∞
midsummer. They will revive and come
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