- Everett Independent

advertisement
Black Cyan Magenta Yellow
Everett Independent
Published by the Independent Newspaper Co.
Wednesday, March 2, 2016
State of the City
WELL PLAYED
DeMaria focuses on health and growth
By Joseph Domelowicz Jr.
Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria delivered his annual
State of the City speech Monday night, focusing on recent
initiatives to improve the overall health of Everett residents
and children, improvements to
parks and other outdoor recreational resources, investment
in and improvement of city
facilities and the growth of the
city’s business sector.
“My vision for Everett is
to make us the healthiest city
in America and we are on our
way,” said the Mayor.
See SPEECH Page 2
Mayor Carlo DeMaria outlined
numerous priorities for his
administration in 2016 during
a 30-minute Midterm Address
to the Council and School
Committee.
License appeal
Dante Gulla of the Everett High String Orchestra concentrates as he plays the ‘Star Spangled Banner’ on Monday night prior to Mayor Carlo DeMaria’s Midterm Address. Members of the City Council, School Committee and the community gathered in the Council
Chambers to hear the mayor’s priorities for 2016. Among some of those priorities were restoring the Malden River, stressing/investing in healthy living and working towards affordable housing requirements for new development.
Somerville boycott gets mixed reactions in Everett
By Seth Daniel
A new call from many
Everett residents to boycott
Somerville in the wake of that
city’s mayor filing an appeal
of the Wynn Everett project,
has met with mixed reactions
in Everett this week.
Former Everett schoolteacher Robin Brickley conceived the idea in the wake
of Somerville Mayor Joe
Curtatone filing an appeal of
a critical state environmental license for Wynn Everett.
Within the frustration of that,
Brickley said she and other
members of Everett United
decided to move forward with
the idea.
“The idea behind it all was
that we’re very upset about
this appeal of the Chapter 91
license,” she said. “It was so
contradictory that that they
The Boycott Somerville Facebook page has been gaining in
popularity among some residents, but not everyone in Everett
is on board.
could develop on their side of
the river, but it’s not okay for
Everett to develop on its side.
We’re trying to be good neighbors and we didn’t begrudge
them when good development
came their way with Assem-
bly Row. We would like to
experience that same progress. The Wynn Everett would
bring that to out community…
One idea we came up with
was to boycott Assembly Row
to get the message through.
We want to get the message
across. It’s just another tool to
get the message across to let
people know we aren’t happy
with this.”
Everett United member
Paul Dobbins has also been
very outspoken on the appeal
by Mayor Curtatone. He is
participating in the boycott
and has created a Facebook
page called ‘Boycott Somerville.’
The page has about 300 followers and espouses alternatives for Everett and area residents besides Assembly Row.
For example, a South End
restaurant in Boston was touted to replace the Tapas Bar
in Somerville. A children’s
program in Boston was advertised as an alternative to the
Lego Land at Assembly Row.
Wynn halts all construction, puts on
hiring freeze but won’t leave town
By Seth Daniel
In a shocking follow up
to the environmental license
appeal filed by Somerville
on Feb. 12, Wynn Everett
officials made a startling announcement Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 24, in saying
that they would halt all construction activities, put off
seven job fairs, institute a hiring freeze and cancel the April
groundbreaking - but they will
not leave town or abandon the
$1.7 billion project under any
circumstances.
The announcement took
place on the construction site,
which is currently being environmentally cleaned by a contractor, with the backdrop of
more than 100 trade union and
service union workers standing in support of the project
- not to mention Suffolk Construction CEO John Fish.
While announcing the halt
in hiring and construction,
Wynn reaffirmed its commitment to its destination resort
in Everett and vowed to vigSee WYNN Page 3
TIDE AGAINST CANCER NIGHT
See BOYCOTT Page 2
PHOTO BY JOE PREZIOSO
School officials express their anger at Joint Ways
& Means Committee hearing on education budget
By Seth Daniel
The four top education officials in the state, whether they
knew it or not, wandered into
the heart of several frustrated
school districts on Monday
when they appeared for a
special Joint Ways & Means
Committee hearing on education at Everett High School
(EHS).
The hearing, brought to
EHS by State Sen. Sal DiDomenico for the second year,
was to discuss budgetary issues surrounding several areas
of schooling in the state – including elementary and high
school education. Nowhere in
the state is the funding situation as dire right now as it is in
Everett, Chelsea and Revere.
And after the four education chiefs had given their
overview of their respective
departments, Sen. DiDomenico pushed hard on the four to
explain if there is a possibility
to fix a funding catastrophe
that has come due to a change
in the way low-income students are counted in the state.
“In Everett, some of the
schools have gone from Level 3 to Level 2 and some are
Level 1 schools,” said DiDomenico. “That progress was
made over time and is a reflection of funding levels for our
See BUDGET Page 4
StewartS
P
ub
Everett s only
Messinger Insurance
Agency, Inc.
'
IRISH PUB
*Now Open Sundays*
We are open St. Patrick’s Day
March 17th at 11am
Serving Corned Beef Dinners and
Sandwiches (as long as they last)
Saturday, March 19th our St. Patrick’s
celebrations continue with DJ Leon
8pm till close
Serving Sunday Brunch
State Sen. Sal DiDomenico hosted a state Joint Committee on
Ways & Means hearing on education in the Everett High School
Library on Monday, Feb. 29. One of the major topics of the day
was the funding gap that is affecting Everett, Chelsea, Revere
and other urban districts due to a new federal definition of
“low-income” students.
Megan Zukowski, Olivia Piarazala, Kayla Rossi, Bridget Gonzalez
and Celest Fuccillo hold their Ella's Army bracelets up in he air
during last Thursday night’s double-header for girls’ and boys’
basketball - the season finale. The game also represented a
more serious moment, as it was the ‘Tide Against Cancer Night,’
in which Ella O’Donnell, daughter of Everett Police Officer Denny O’Donnell, was recognized for her courageous battle with
cancer. Those at the game purchased wristbands to support
Ella’s treatment and encourage her by proclaiming themselves
members of ‘Ella’s Army.’ Please see page 6 for more photos.
SINCE 1921
475 Broadway
Everett, MA 02149
Phone: 617-387-2700
Fax: 617-387-7753
Now offering term life insurance with
Mapfre Commerce Insurance!
Coverage available up to $200,000.
No medical exam required.
Terms of 10, 15 & 20 years available.
AUTO INSURANCE BENEFITS

ACCIDENT FORGIVENESS

DISAPPEARING COLLISION
DEDUCTIBLE

13% DISCOUNT WITH SUPPORTING
POLICY
Visit our Facebook Page for Dates & Times

5% PAY IN FULL DISCOUNT
Open 7 Days

8% MULTI CAR DISCOUNT
MOn-Fri 5pM - 1aM | sat 1pM-1aM | sun 12pM - 10pM
Dine in/ takeOut/ Catering available
140 JeFFersOn ave
617-381-0563
*
stewartspub.COM
D
when i reaD abOut the evils OF Drinking,
i
gave up reaDing
henny yOung Man
Black Cyan Magenta Yellow
95 years of excellence!
Monday thru Friday: 8am to 6pm
Saturdays 9am to 1pm!
Check out our NEW website!
www.messingerinsurance.com
Quote your policy online!
Page 2
The Everett Independent • Wednesday, March 2, 2016
WYNN EVERETT DONATES SYMPHONY TICKETS TO EVERETT HIGH SCHOOL
Thanks to a generous donation
by Wynn Everett, a group of
deserving Everett High School
(EHS) students attended the
Boston Symphony Orchestra on
Thursday, February 26. Wynn
Everett Director of Community
Relations Director John Tocco
gave the EHS Music Department eight tickets, and six
members in the EHS Symphony
were joined by two chaperones
for a night of classical music at
Boston’s famed Symphony Hall
featuring conductor Charles
Dutoit, tenor Paul Groves,
and the Tanglewood Festival
Chorus. From left: EHS violinists Max Ruggero and Michelle
Oliveira, chaperone Mrs. Oliveira, violinists My Doan and Samantha Perkins, cello player Kristo Ho, violinist Stephanie Perkins, and
chaperone and Everett Public Schools Music Director Eugene O’Brien.
Speech // CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
He referred to the administration’s efforts to provide healthy eating options,
through community gardens,
the farmers market and the
new Healthy Meals program,
which so far has provided
over 2,000 prepared meals to
Everett residents.
He also highlighted the creation of the Municipal Health
and Wellness Center in the
gymnasium at the old Everett
High School on Broadway,
which features exercises programs and equipment for Everett residents at a cost of just
$15 per month for a membership and the city’s partnership
with the Malden YMCA, to
create safe, positive afterschool programming for the
city’s teens.
For the younger kids...
we will be piloting an early
morning activity program at
the Keverian School,” DeMaria announced. The BOKS
program includes movement
drills, running, relay races,
obstacle courses and strength
movements to help kids exercise their brains and their
bodies.
Mayor DeMaria was also
careful to share the credit for
the new programming.
“This is not my accomplishment alone,” he said.
“the volunteers, agencies, city
staff and non-profit partners”
have helped bring these programs to life.
DeMaria also announced
the city’s plans to invest in
seven parks this coming year,
with improvements already
underway at Florence and
Day parks, and construction
set to begin at Meadows Park,
Sacramone Park and Hughes
Common. Additionally work
is slated to begin at the Swan
Street and Gramstorf parks
later this year. The mayor also
talked about providing greater access to Everett’s waterfront rivers and streams, by
focusing on canoe and kayak
launches at Seven Acre Park.
Mayor DeMaria also announced plans to launch a rain
barrel program to help urban
residents capture rainwater
for urban gardens and to help
keep storm water runoff from
contaminating the rivers and
streams that surround the city.
Additionally, the city’s public
works department will also be
implementing strategies and
programs to reduce contamination in storm water runoff,
such as reducing the amount
of asphalt and cement in the
city.
The mayor also highlighted his and the City Councils’
independent efforts to continue to work together and
with health services organizations and local community
based-organizations, (CBOs)
such as Everett Overcoming
Addiction, TEASA and the
Cambridge Health Alliance,
to combat the on-going opioid
epidemic that has gripped all
of Massachusetts, including
Everett.
“My administration is committed at every level and an
Mayor DeMaria greets Councilor Wayne Matewsky after his
speech.
at every department to work
to combat this statewide epidemic,” said Mayor DeMaria.
“I appreciate the City Council support and leadership in
this issue. Together we will
continue to do what we can to
assist those I our community
battling addiction.”
Finally, the Mayor turned
his attention to the city’s fiscal health and the health of the
business community.
Noting the city’s $5 million
surplus, AA bond rating, low
interest rates and the city’s
award of “Achievement of
Excellence in Financial Reporting,” last year by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States,
Mayor DeMaria noted the city
is in great shape to continue
to invest in making capital
improvements and attracting
new businesses to the city.”
Perhaps the Mayor’s boldest announcement was his intention to once again seek the
support of the city council in
developing a plan to preserve
and transform the old Everett
High School to become the
new Everett City Hall.
The mayor noted other recent Capital Improvement
successes such as the completion of renovations of the
Shite Memorial Library and
the Central Fire House and
said the Planning and development Department is working on a revitalization plan for
Everett Square.
However, it is his bold vision for protecting the old Ev-
erett High School and making
it the seat of a unified local
government that is sure to
have people talking.
The mayor also heralded
the expansion of new technology in city departments the
ability to soon pay all fees and
bills online, the creation of an
electronic work order system,
a new system for applying
for permits and licenses and
a new 311 system to simplify
constituent services and complaints.
The final minutes of DeMaria’s address highlighted
the new businesses and employers that have come or are
coming to the city, including
Wynn Everett, which has to
date nearly completed the remediation of the former Monsanto site and removed more
than 300 truckloads of contaminated soil from the city.
The mayor also referenced
the future construction of the
Wynn Resorts hotel, as well as
a new hotel planned for Route
16 (Revere Beach Parkway)
and the recent announcement
of a new Amazon Fresh that
will bring 100 new jobs to the
city.
The state of the city address
is usually used as a platform to
announce new initiatives and
celebrate successes, and that
was the case Monday night, as
Mayor DeMaria staked out his
vision for the city of Everett
going forward.
Councilor John Leo McKinnon greets Mayor DeMaria at the
conclusion of the Midterm Address.
Phone: 617-387-9600 Fax: 781-485-1403
Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart of Salem, MA are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Stephanie Somers,
to Michael Terrence Brady, son of Mrs. Christine Brady of Canton,
MA and Mr. Thomas Brady of Parkland, FL.
Stephanie is a graduate of Everett High School (2005) and the
University of Connecticut (2009). She received a Bachelor of
Science degree in Pathobiology. She is currently employed at
StrataDx laboratory in Lexington as a Grossing Specialist.
Mike is a graduate of Xaverian Brothers High School (2002) and
Curry College (2006). He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in
Criminal Justice. He is currently employed at the Canton Police
Department as a patrolman.
A June 2016 wedding is planned in the White Mountains.
Boycott // CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
Dobbins said there are Everett people involved, but also
Somerville people too.
“I think, as you can see,
there are many people from
Somerville who don't approve of what their arrogant,
self-serving Mayor is doing,
as evidenced by some of their
comments on the page,” said
Dobbins. “This isn't a ‘gotcha’
page or something I came up
with to hurt, in any way, the
good people of Somerville, especially those who earn their
living there. This is nothing
more than an attempted shakedown of Steve Wynn and
Wynn Resorts by a disingenuous politician, Joe Curtatone,
trying to blame it on climate
change and carbon footprints.
We've fought so many battles
over the last 3-plus years, battles started by people much
smarter and savvier then the
Mayor of Somerville.”
But not everyone is on
board.
Mayor Carlo DeMaria said
he has his concerns about it.
“Boycotting businesses in
Somerville will no doubt hurt
workers,” he said last week
on his Facebook page. “I
have been to Assembly Row
and have met many of those
employed in the shops and
restaurants. Many are working two to three jobs just to
earn a living wage and many
are from Everett. I agree we
need to hold Mayor Curtatone
accountable, but we do not
want to harm those who are
trying to support their families. Please do not boycott the
businesses in Somerville, but
continue to educate Mayor
Curtatone.”
Vincent Raggucci of Everett United said he, also, is not
completely on board with the
boycott.
“This is beyond a boycott,”
he said. “The Somerville
stores did nothing to hurt the
City of Everett. The correct
way to go at this time is what
is called for by the Governor
- a sit down meeting between
the parties. A boycott this soon
is a waste of time for them and
us. Remember we are in the
right, and like Boston, someone needs to tell the Somerville Mayor the true facts.
The Mayor of Somerville is
hurting the Commonwealth,
as well as all the surrounding
cities and Wynn. Mayor DeMaria...has led us to the correct path and I see no reason to
currently change this.”
Councilor Michael McLaughlin, who represents the
Wynn site and has been active
in Everett United, said he also
isn’t supporting the boycott.
“We should not be boycotting Somerville businesses,”
he said. “We are supposed
to be putting jobs in Everett
and not hurting the people of
Somerville, who don’t have
anything to do with the actions
of Mayor Curtatone and don’t
agree with him either. I have
a friend who owns a business
in Assembly Row and I don’t
want to hurt him. Those in the
boycott are friends of mine,
but I have been against the
boycott since its inception.”
A spokesperson from Curtatone’s office chose not to
comment on the idea of a boycott of Somerville businesses.
Brickley said the boycott
is just one of many ideas that
Everett United is set to unveil.
“I think the boycott is really catching on now,” she
said. “It’s just an idea I came
up with and it’s just one idea.
There are going to be many
more things coming down the
line.”
❤For Your Valentine ❤
WRINKLE SOLUTION
Instantly gives aging skin a temporary lift. Within minutes, lines and wrinkles
are smoothed away. This instant gratification formula absorbs quickly and
significantly tightens the look of your skin’s surface, making it appear lifted and
smoother, while increasing your skin’s hydration and moisture retention. $49.99.
To order product go to www.drsevinorsolutions.com/wrinklesolution
Before
After
Sheldon
J. Sevinor, MD
Plastic & Reconstructive
Surgery
37 Years Experience
The Copley Plaza
138 St. James Ave, Boston, MA
617-262-3535
West Medical Building
496 Lynnfield Street, Lynn, MA
781-592-3632
email: [email protected]
“Seeing Is Believing” • www.drsevinor.com
Black
Black
The Everett Independent • Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Phone: 617-387-9600 Fax: 781-485-1403
Page 3
Wynn // CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
orously fight Somerville’s
appeal.
“Wynn has never been more
resolved or motivated to build
our resort in Everett,” said
Bob DeSalvio, president of
Wynn Everett. “Unfortunately, the appeal by Somerville’s
Mayor leaves us no choice but
to shut down our permanent
building construction down.
We can’t put a shovel in the
ground to build until a final
conclusion is reached.”
Rich Pedi of the Carpenter’s Union said to “stop the
nonsense and start the construction.”
“Currently our unemployment rate for the Local 218 is
18 percent,” he said. “We definitely can use the jobs. Most
private projects don’t have
hiring goals for diversity and
this one does. That’s one thing
that really bothers me about
this so much. There are going
to be a lot of minorities, women and veterans on this job.
That’s huge. Everett residents
and surround communities,
including Somerville, will be
benefitting.
“A lot of people had counted on this project being on
time and starting soon,” he
continued. “I don’t know what
will happen now, especially at
18 percent of workers who are
now unemployed. What will
they do? We’ll try to get them
work when the season starts
up, but this was a project everyone was looking forward to
getting started.”
Curtatone, who had a press
conference after Wynn on
Feb. 24, said it isn’t Somerville that’s holding things up,
but rather Wynn.
“We still don’t have a meaningful traffic mitigation plan
for an area that is already congested by automobile traffic,”
he said. “I want to be clear,
creating traffic is far more
than a simple inconvenience.
It is a serious health threat…
No amount of political theatre and public harassment by
Wynn will keep me from doing my job in advocating for
the health and well-being of
the residents of our community…What’s holding up this
project is not Joe Curtatone
or the City of Somerville. It
is the Wynn team. As soon as
Wynn is willing to step up to
the plate and deliver a responsible traffic plan and address
our environmental concerns,
then this project has a possibility of moving forward. It is
their unwillingness to do that
which is holding the project
up, not us.”
DeSalvio said the appeal by
Somerville and Curtatone has
caused significant delay, and
he laid blame on Curtatone
for what he said would be the
delay of thousands of construction jobs. The halt will
include:
•Canceling seven job fairs
scheduled for Somerville, Everett, Boston, Malden, Medford, Chelsea and Cambridge.
•Immediately freezing all
hiring for the 4,000 union
construction jobs and all operational positions that Wynn
was starting to fill.
•Canceling Wynn’s planned
April construction groundbreaking.
Curtatone filed the appeal
of the Wynn Chapter 91 Waterways license on Feb. 12 - a
process that is governed by
the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).
That administrative process
will require hearings and information sharing and could
take up to six months to one
year to clear up.
“The administration looks
forward to MassDEP bringing
the parties together to review
and address the issues raised
in the appeal in a timely manner,” said William Pittman of
Gov. Charlie Baker’s Office.
“Consistent with the practices for the handling of any
Chapter 91 project appeal,
MassDEP will review the appeal, bring the parties together
to adjudicate the issues raised
in the appeal, and work in a
timely manner to address the
issues contained within the
appeal,” added Peter Lorenz
of the Executive Office of Environmental Affairs.
Curtatone has clarified that
the Chapter 91 appeal is one
of five lawful appeals that
Somerville has against the casino and he has said he is exercising his legal rights.
That complaint was seized
upon Wednesday by Wynn
Everett officials, who counterpunched with statistics they
said showed that Curtatone
has plans in the works that
would bring up to 85,000 cars
through the area in the future adding to what they said is an
Assembly Row project that already adds 40,000 cars to the
area and has not been mitigated adequately.
While Somerville claims
that the 18,000 vehicle trips
a day generated by Wynn will
negatively impact the health
of Somerville residents, said
DeSalvio, Mayor Curtatone
fails to mention that three
Somerville projects that he
strongly supports (Assembly
Row, future Assembly Square
expansion, Union Square Redevelopment and Northpoint/
Somerville portion) will generate more than 85,994 total
new vehicle trips per day—
nearly 475 percent more cars
than Wynn Everett will generate. All of these projects are
within two miles from Wynn
Everett, he said.
DeSalvio added that Wynn
has spent three years and has
completed 20 exhaustive environmental and traffic plans
that have been thoroughly
reviewed by three federal
agencies, 12 state agencies, 14
municipalities and 20 local organizations. These studies, he
said, demonstrate that Wynn
would add the following traffic to Route 93:
•Only 0.85% (less than 1%)
onto Route 93 Southbound
•Only 1.97% (less than 2%)
onto Route 93 Northbound
DeSalvio also pointed out
that Wynn and Somerville
participated and completed
a mutually agreed upon arbitration process in 2014. Wynn
won the arbitration, with
Somerville getting nearly all
the money that it asked for—
except for an unsubstantiated
$1.5 million annual payment.
Somerville agreed to the settlement and has accepted and
cashed the first payment by
Wynn, DeSalvio said. Now, Somerville is seeking
the exact same demands that
were denied in 2014 by the arbitrators, he added.
V
Mayor Carlo DeMaria said he is disappointed with the actions of
Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone, noting that Everett was a good
neighbor in dealing with the progress and development on the
Somerville side of the Mystic River.
Suffolk Construction CEO John Fish said it is important to get
the project started on time.
Mayor Carlo DeMaria
would like to remind all residents that the Citywide street
sweeping program began on
Tuesday, March 1st.
“It should be a community
goal and a cooperative effort
to maintain a certain level of
cleanliness in our streets and
neighborhoods,” states Mayor
DeMaria.
Please follow instructions
on all posted street-sweeping
signs in your area. Signs will
note the appropriate side of
the street and times to legally
park your vehicle. All streets
have different schedules, so
please check the signs before
you park. Also note that street
sweeping does not take place
on holidays, however it is not
delayed a day for the remainder of a holiday week.
If you have any questions
regarding the street sweeping
program contact the Parking
Clerks Office at 857-3638531.
THINK OF IT AS AN
OWNER’S MANUAL
FOR YOUR MONEY.
Rich Pedi of the Carpenters Union said his local is experiencing
18 percent unemployment right now, and the Wynn project
start date in April or May was being counted upon.
Flanked by Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria and union officials,
Wynn Everett President Bob DeSalvio announced on Feb. 24
that the Wynn project has halted all activities due to the appeal
of its state Chapter 91 license by Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone.
Hop To it
V
Street
sweeping
to begin
March 1
Affordable Senior Housing
Send us your
Easter Hunnies
We will be publishing our
Easter Hunnies in our
March 23rd and 24th editions
of:
The free Consumer Action
Handbook. It’s in print and
online at ConsumerAction.gov.
Order your free copy online
at ConsumerAction.gov or
write to Handbook, Pueblo,
CO 81009.
Senior Living on Bellingham Hill
100 Bellingham Street in Chelsea
1-774-745-7446
Need a comfortable place to call home?
Studio and one-bedroom apartments for seniors aged 62 or above.
Certain income limits apply. Please call the number above for more information!
Do you live in a community just north of Boston?
If you need help getting dressed, grooming, bathing, or running errands,
our highly-qualified and trained team of Registered Nurses, Social Workers,
Certified Nursing Assistants and Home Health Aides work with you to enhance
your quality of life while allowing you to remain living independently.
Call RSSI In-Home Supportive Services
Toll-Free at 1-888-333-2481
Various payment options available. Must be at least 18 years old.
The Revere Journal
Lynn Journal
Chelsea Record
Winthrop Sun Transcript
East Boston Times
Everett Independent
be proud fulfilling the customer promise.
Email: [email protected]
or drop by our office
located at 385 Broadway, Suite
105, Revere, MA 02151
Deadline for photos is Thursday, March
17, 2015. Please Include Name &
Phone # & Publication to be printed in.
Now Hiring Full-Time & Part-Time
Seasonal Associates in Everett!
Weekly pay
Not responsible for lost or
misplaced photos
Employee Assistance Program
Company-paid
basic life &
accidental insurance
casual dress
Apply online today:
Sophia
Ava
Ellis
Clyde
amazon.com/apply
Amazon is an Affirmative Action - Equal Opportunity Employer - Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran
Black Cyan Magenta Yellow
Black Cyan Magenta Yellow
Page 4
The Everett Independent • Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Everett
Independent
President: Stephen Quigley
Editor in Chief: Cary Shuman
“POLITICS AT ITS WORST”
Those were the words that Mayor Carlo DeMaria used at
last Wednesday’s press conference by Wynn Resorts describing
Somerville Mayor Joseph Curatone legal filing to stop Wynn
from building their casino in Everett.
We agree.
After years of deliberation, Wynn was awarded the casino
license for this area less than two years ago and has done more
than any other company in the last 50 years to clean up a site
that was a brownfield and that was leeching toxins into the Mystic River.
We wonder how many of the companies located at Assembly
Mall can make the same claim.
We are not going to question the fact that Curatone may be
opposed to casinos on a personal ground. We are not going to
question that Wynn Casino will add more car traffic to Sullivan
Square.
However, the car traffic from Wynn has been shown to be
about one-third less than the traffic that a fully developed Assembly Mall will produce on a daily basis. If we accept the fact
that Sullivan Square is overtaxed by cars now, before the rest of
Assembly Mall is added, then what is Curatone’s solution? It
would seem that he says, “Let’s just add the cars, because Assembly Square development is good for Somerville and let the
traffic jams be damned.”
By the way, not one of these companies in Assembly Square
ever has paid, or will pay, one dime in mitigation to help improve traffic flow in Sullivan Square. On the other hand, Wynn
has pledged $25 million to help fund the solutions of fixing the
traffic issues in Sullivan Square.
As far as his personal conviction of being against the casino,
we would like to remind Curatone that a majority of residents
in the state supported casinos in 2014. As a democracy, we live
by the majority except when it suits two-bit politicians like Joe
Curatone.
In our dreams, we hope that a source for the poor water quality of the Mystic River can be found originating in Somerville
and that Joe Curtone will have to find millions of dollars in his
city budget to fix it. And when he goes to Governor Charlie
Baker for help in funding a cleanup, that Baker reminds him of
his playing Boss Tweed-style politics and shows him the door.
Then we will be able to say, “There is a higher justice.”
Mayor calls for moment of
silence in memory of Joe Rainone
By Seth Daniel
In what was a very upbeat
Midterm Address by Mayor
Carlo DeMaria on Monday
night, the beginning set out
with a very solemn note – a
moment of silence for the
late City Services worker Joe
‘Rizz’ Rainone.
“This is the hardest thing
I’m going to have to do tonight,” said the mayor at the
podium, visibly shaken by the
moment. “He worked down
at City Services for as long as
I’ve been mayor and on Friday, he lost his life.”
Rainone, 44, of Everett,
died suddenly on Feb. 26.
He had been a star athlete
at Everett High School, competing in three sports. He also
held numerous athletic re-
cords at EHS.
He was the beloved son of
Dorothy Rainone and the late
Eugene. Loving brother of
Cheryl Barrett Acker, Debbie Barrett-Cutulle and her
husband Arthur, and Robert
"Bobby" Barrett. He is survived by his beloved nieces
and nephews, John, Julie, Jared, Jordan and Jennifer Acker,
and Talia Cutulle and Lauren
and Nicholas Piotrowski as
well as great nieces and nephews, Trinity, John Paul, Gianna, Christian, Aaliyah and
Autumn.
A Funeral from Salvatore
Rocco & Sons Funeral Home
in Everett was scheduled for
Thursday morning, March 3,
followed by a funeral Mass at
St. Anthony’s. Relatives and
friends are invited.
Everett
Phone: 617-387-9600 Fax: 781-485-1403
Independent Forum
City of Everett receives community safety initiative grant
The City of Everett and Everett Police Department, as a
member of the Metro Mayors
Community Safety Initiative
(CSI), has received a $26,169
Shannon Grant award from
the Executive Office of Public
Safety and Security (EOPSS).
The Shannon CSI Grant
Program incorporates the key
elements of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Comprehensive
Gang Model. Grant funding,
oversight, and technical assistance supports regional and
multi-disciplinary approaches to combat gang violence
through coordinated prevention and intervention, law enforcement, prosecution, and
reintegration programs.
The Mayor, along with
members from the EPD and
School Department, recently
met with U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz and other federal
officials to discuss ways to
prevent and protect children
from gang recruitment in the
aftermath of a major investigation.
“The Shannon Grant will
$26,169 Shannon Grant awarded from Executive Office of Public Safety and Security
help to provide additional resources to prevent gang influence, to intervene when gang
activity occurs and to give
better alternatives to kids than
joining gangs,” states Mayor
DeMaria “The grant will al-
lows us to build upon different strategies that have been
developed and to provide our
officers with additional means
of protecting and serving.”
Shannon Grant funds must
be used in a manner consistent
with the strategies and objec-
tives outlined in the Year 10
Metro Mayors CSI Shannon
Grant application. Awarded
funds can be used to supplement, but not supplant, any
current youth violence prevention and anti-gang efforts.
important purpose.”
State Education Secretary
Jim Peyser did not rule out a
fix for the problem, though
said that they have made adjustments already that have
helped the situation.
“We are very committed to
understanding this,” he said.
“We are also understanding
that some of these districts
may be by families that are
undocumented and do not
show up though certain programs we use now. That may
be difficult. We’re also committed to figuring out how to
make this change work. This
different way of counting for
low-income students seems to
work for the vast majority of
districts. That’s not helpful for
the six, seven or eight districts
where this hasn’t happened.”
Said Education Commissioner Mitchell Chester,
“There’s no perfect solution
to making a transition like
this…We don’t pretend that
we have the perfect solution
at this point.”
DiDomenico said he was
very hopeful that there could
be a solution because, as it
stands now, he said the districts that need the money
they most are being hit very
hard with this newfound gap
in funding – which was essentially meant to help districts
by creating less paperwork.
“It looks like the communities that were doing a good
job of tracking students – like
Everett and Chelsea – have
made a substantial effort to
make sure these numbers are
accurate…but statewide it
looks like these communities
are getting hit,” he said. “We
are taking money that’s expected…It’s unfortunate these
communities seeing a lower
number are communities that
need it the most.”
Budget // CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
low income students doing the
calculation the old way. It says
now we have 35 percent low
income, but in reality we have
70 or 80 percent. The same
holds true in Chelsea. Now,
when the funding is different
that what was expected, upwards of $2 million different,
that’s a big cut for these communities.”
The genesis of the change
started when the federal Department of Agriculture gave
districts the option of serving
free lunch to everyone regardless of income status – and in
exchange districts wouldn’t
have to collect free and reduced lunch data any longer.
Some 15 districts in the
state took advantage of that,
but many like Revere, Chelsea and Everett, did not. Data
collection for free and reduced
lunch families was previously
self-reported and counted by
the districts.
Instead, a new system of direct certification began where
students who were already on
public assistance programs
were the only ones to qualify
as ‘economically disadvantaged.’
While communities like
Boston and Springfield made
out big in the new calculation,
districts like Revere, Everett,
Chelsea and Lynn lost out big.
For Everett, the foundation
budget went down by $2.08
million while the total enrollment grew by 59 students.
In Revere, the foundation
budget went down by $2 mil-
lion and the total enrollment
grew by 170 students.
That problem was amplified by Chelsea Supt. Mary
Bourque, president of the state
Superintendent’s
Association, and Revere Supt. Dianne
Kelly, who both spoke for
the school districts that have
been affected the most by the
change.
Bourque told the committee that the 10 school districts
most negatively affected by
the change – which include
Everett, Chelsea and Revere
most prominently – have lost
$61.2 million in funding from
their Foundation Budgets.
“This aid is lifeblood in the
delivery of education for our
Gateway Cities,” said Bourque. “We can’t hope to be successful under these conditions
and can’t afford to lose the
money. We need your help…
Under the Chapter 70 proposal
you have before you, all of our
students are not being counted, the system is broken, and
with it, the promise of education reform. The integrity of
the Chapter 70 formula, with
its unique ability to ensure
equity by counting our most
vulnerable populations: special needs, English language
learners, and our low-income
students, is now compromised. The school districts
that serve students where education will make the biggest
difference in their future, are
being unfairly penalized by a
new methodology that is not
quite ready to be used for this
Heavy hitters from the world of education in the state were on
hand to answer questions and discuss their budget proposals on
Monday. (L-R) Education Secretary Jim Peyser, State Education
Commissioner Mitchell Chester, Higher Education Commissioner
Carlos Santiago and Early Education Commissioner Tom Weber.
Independent
Published by the Independent Newspaper Group
THE
Phone: 781-485-0588 • Fax: 781-485-1403
E-Mail: [email protected]
Directory
Advertising & Marketing
Director of Marketing
Debra DiGregorio
[email protected]al.com
Assistant Marketing Director
Maureen DiBella
Senior Sales Associates
Peter Sacco
Kathleen Bright
Business
Accounts Executive
Judy Russi
Editorial
Page Design, Copy Editing
Scott Yates
Maria Zahiri
Kane DiMasso-Scott
Legal Advertising
Ellen Bertino
Reporting Staff
Seth Daniel
John Lynds
Design Director
Carol Alagero (classified)
Printer
Concord Monitor (N.H.)
Supt. Fred Foresteire and UMass President Marty Meehan.
Students Duval Paul and Thomas DeSousa attended to the door
for everyone who entered the high school on Monday. Students
at EHS catered to every need of those attending to the hearing,
from working the elevator to monitoring the door to cooking
lunch.
Your opinions, please The Everett Independent welcomes letters to the editor. Our
mailing address is 385 Broadway, Revere, MA 02151. Our fax number is 781-485-1403.
Letters may also be e-mailed to [email protected] Letters must be signed.
We reserve the right to edit for length and content.
Black Cyan Magenta Yellow
The Everett Independent • Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Phone: 617-387-9600 Fax: 781-485-1403
Page 5
BARN BABIES AT COMMUNITY FAMILY
PHOTOS BY KATY ROGERS
Adult Daycare at Community Family in Everett hosted Barn
Babies on Monday morning, Feb. 22. Attendees were excited to
pet and hold a variety of baby animals, including kittens, bunnies, piglets, puppies, and goats, just to name a few. The young
animals were friendly and just as excited to be petted and held
as the people were to see them. Barn Babies was a huge hit for all involved. Nancy Tierno and Erika Sa gently held a young fluffy bunny.
All the folks in Adult Daycare at Community Family in Everett
were excited to see the animals from Barn Babies make a visit.
Robert Meyers and Marcia Brown fed a young bunny some
treats
Otis Matthews and Bob Hendershott held the black chicken.
Cheryl Cook coddled a young black cat
Bryan Priestley posed with a young bunny at
Community Family in Everett.
Michael Fitzpatrick showed off a white bunny
that he was holding.
Paul Burkart reached out to pat a young goat,
which roamed throughout Community Family.
Elvira Correia was excited to hold the orange
kitten because it reminded her of a cat she once
had.
Linda Svendsen gave a young piglet a kiss on
the head.
Christine Sale held onto a white bunny,
Black Cyan Magenta Yellow
Jose Moran embraced a young goat.
Page 6
The Everett Independent • Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Phone: 617-387-9600 Fax: 781-485-1403
EVERETT GIRLS BASKETBALL VS HAVERILL BASKETBALL SENIOR NIGHT
Photos by Joe Prezioso
The Everett High School
gym was alive with energy on
Thursday night as the boys’
and girls’ basketball teams
played their season finales
against Haverhill in a double
header that also served as Se-
nior Night for the two squads.
In the opening tilt, the girls
continued their winning ways
by defeating Haverhill, 60-51.
The win sends them victorious
into the State Tournament this
week, which has them playing
a home game on Thursday
against Waltham.
State Sen. Sal DiDomenico stands with students at the basketball game near the fundraising table
for Ella’s Army.
Talia Riccioli (3) looks to dish
the ball to a teammate.
To the left, Yasmeen Guerrier
(32) and Hailey Powers (4)
dive for the ball through two
Haverhill defenders.
Yasmeen Guerrier (32) looks for dribbling room.
PLEASE
RECYCLE
WWW.BOBSAUTOBODY.COM
Conveniently located On The Blue Line
• PICK-UP & DELIVERY
SAFE DEPENDABLE QUALITY REPAIRS
with a lifetime Guarantee
Licensed • Bonded • Insured
Jalissa Harding (14) scoops up the ball.
Registered by the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Reg. #3053
Bob Bolognese
Owner
1456 NORTH SHORE RD., REVERE • 781-289-1300
PIONEER CHARTER
SCHOOL OF SCIENCE
Tuition Free Public Charter School
2015 MCAS & PARCC District Rankings
Kiana Wilkerson (11) passes the ball to a teammate.
1st Place – Grade 10 English
2nd Place - Algebra II
4th Place Algebra I (High School)
5th Place – Grade 10 Science
Now accepting applications for grades K, 1 & 2
Hurry Up! Admission Lottery on March 14
Linda Maloney and Bill O’Leary manned the fundraising table
for Ella’s Army this past Thursday night.
Rigorous academic program
Math and Science focus
Extended learning time
Low student to teacher ratio
Free tutoring opportunities
Free & reduced lunch program
Extracurricular activities & athletics
The team cheers after a three-pointer is scored. F or A dvertising R ates ,
P lease C all 617-387-9600
Address: 51-59 Summer St.
Everett, MA 02149
Phone: (617) 389-7277
Fax: (617) 389-7278
[email protected]
Special Education, English Language
Learners, Gifted & Talented services
APPLY ONLINE: www.pioneercss.org
Call to register for open house
Black Cyan Magenta Yellow
Page 7
The Everett Independent • Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Phone: 617-387-9600 Fax: 781-485-1403
H O M E C O U RT
ADVANTAGE!
THE CRIMSON TIDE BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAMS
ARE HOSTING MIAA DIV. 1 STATE TOURNAMENT GAMES THIS
WEEK INSIDE THE EVERETT HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM
THE MEMBERS OF THE EHS BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAMS — Kneeling left to right Yasmeen Guerrier, Jalissa Harding, Paige Fialho, Kiana Wilkerson, Walandia
Henry, Talia Riccioli, Nyomi Dottin, Hailey Powers, Kloey Cardillo, Jasmine Harding, and Melissa Mendez. Standing left to right: Chris Jenkins, Jean Saint-Vil, Josh Leaston, Fabian
Correia, Jordan McAfee, Theo Zidor, Vanessa Dias, Gerell Boyce, Arlind Shehu, Ghared Boyce, Donnell Skane, Harry Sosa Jimenez, Jose Garcia, and Obed Jean Pierre.
GIRLS BASKETBALL
EHS
BOYS BASKETBALL
EHS
V
S
WALTHAM HAWKS
CHARLESTOWN OR LAWRENCE
TOMORROW
SATURDAY
THURSDAY, MARCH 3
7
P
M
V
S
MARCH 5
The EHS girls basketball went 14-6 during the regular
season, earning the No. 6 seed in the 15-team Div.1
North Sectional. The winner of Thursday's game will
meet the winner of the Masconomet-Billerica game in
the sectional quarterfinals.
The EHS boys basketball team earned the No. 3 seed
in the 13-team Div. 1 North Sectional on the strength
of its impressive regular-season record of
17-3. The Crimson Tide earned a first-round bye and
will meet the winner of a first-round game between
No. 6 Charlestown and No. 11 Lawrence.
4
EHS BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS — Front row, from left: Lyanna Arrington, Sara Witkus, Tianna LaMonica, Dayanna Cruz, Cyara Lambert, and Jayna Clarke. Standiong, from
left: Standing: Coach Maureen DiBiaso, Shelby Sallesa, Molly Doolin, Jilliana Douglas, Madison Cifra, Alea Bellante, Lira Encarnacion, Samantha Uga, Erica Callinan, Coach Taylor Leo.
Black Cyan Magenta Yellow
P
M
The Everett Independent • Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Page 8
OBITUARIES
Janet Martignetti
Cherished Martignetti family matriach
Janet T. (McMahon) Martignetti of Everett entered into
rest on February 25 in the
Melrose Wakefield Hospital.
She was 92 years old.
Born in and a lifelong Everett resident, Janet was the
enormously loved and cherished matriarch of the Martignetti family.
The daughter of the late
Christina (Tanish) and James
McMahon, she was the beloved wife of the late Attilio
Martignetti; dear and devoted mother of Alfred A. Martignetti and his fiance’ Diane
Guerino of Everett, Louise
Knox and her husband, James
of Malden, Janet Coleman and
her husband, Thomas of Everett and the late Arthur Martignetti; sister of of the late
Ronald, Thomas and James
McMahon, Catherine Clark,
Rosanna Jones and Marjorie
Leavitt; loving grandmother
of Alfred Martignetti and his
wife, Christine, Paul Martignetti, Lisa DePrato, James
Knox and his wife, Kerry,
Kenneth Knox and his wife,
Kerri, and Kristie Rabideau
and her husband, Christopher and loving great-grand-
mother of Stephen DePrato,
Kyle, James, Dillon, Kaylee,
Tara, Tyler Knox, Samantha
Martignetti, CJ and Jax Rabideau. Janet is also survived
by her loving niece, Carmene
Shea of Malden and the Baker
Family.
Funeral arrangements were
entrusted to the Cafasso &
Sons Funeral Home, Everett.
Interment was at Holy Cross
Cemetery, Malden. Contributions in Janet’s memory to
Animal Rescue League, 10
Chandler St., Boston, MA
02116 would be sincerely appreciated.
William Sluskonis
US Postal Service retiree
William “Bill”
V. Sluskonis of
Medford and Everett died on February 26 at Lahey
Burlington Hospital. He was
83 years old.
Tthe husband of Shirley A.
(Anderson) Sluskonis, with
whom he shared 32 years
of marriage, he was born in
North Andover and raised in
Lawrence, the son of the late
Peter and Selma (Sviklis)
Sluskonis. He lived for many
years in Medford, Lynn and
Everett.
He had worked as a mail
carrier for the United States
Postal Service and had served
in the Marine Corps during
the Korean War.
He loved traveling with his
wife, especially visiting the
White Mountains and Plum
Island. He also enjoyed the
Adult Day Care at Don Orione
Home in East Boston.
In addition to his wife, he is
survived by two sons; William
P. Sluskonis, of New Hampshire, and Stephen Sluskonis and his wife, Mary, of
Medford, a daughter, Cheryl
Costello and her husband,
John, of Medford; four grandchildren Caitlin, John, and
Daniel Costello and Melissa
Braganca, one great grandchild; Lydia Drago, three
step-children; Dyann Prouty
and Douglas Prouty, both of
Lynn and David Prouty and his
J.F. Ward
Funeral Home
Compassionate, Professional
Service Offering Pre-Need
Planning
Independent & Locally
Owned
Est. 1929
Kevin S. Creel, Director
wife, Deb, of Manchester, NH,
a step daughter-in-law, Karen
Prouty, eight step-grandchildren, and several step-great
grandchildren, several nieces
and nephews, and his cats,
who were his “pride and joy”
Lucky and Magic. He was
also the step-father of the late
Donn Prouty and the brother
of the late Peter, Julius and
Anna Sluskonis, and Lillian
Rosko.
A Memorial Service will be
held on Saturday March 5 at
12 noon in the Solimine Funeral Home, 426 Broadway,
(RTE129), Lynn. Burial will
follow Puritan Lawn Memorial Park. Relatives and friends
are respectfully invited. Visitation prior to the Service will
be from 10 a.m. To 12 p.m.
Those who prefer may donate in his name to the MSPCA- Angell fund, 350 South
Huntington Ave, Boston, MA
02130. Directions and guestbook at www.solimine.com.
To place a
memoriam
in the
Independent,
please call
617-387-9600
772 Broadway, Everett
(Glendale Sq. Area)
387-3367
OBITUARIES
All obituaries
and death notices will be at a
cost of $50.00 per paper.
That includes photo.
Please send to
[email protected]
or call 781-485-0588
Mary Tedesco
Retired Everett teacher
Phone: 617-387-9600 Fax: 781-485-1403
CHURCH News
Freedom In Christ Gospel Outreach
News and Notes
Greetings from the desk of what steps we can and let the
one of the members of Free- Holy Spirit guide our actions
and efforts.
dom In Christ.
Mary C. (Brick) Tedesco
God never gives us more
There
is
a
drought
of
God's
of Everett passed away at the
than
we can handle. God
power
in
His
church
and
in
the
Melrose Wakefield Hospital
past few articles we asked you knows more than we do and
on February 28. She was 82
to seek His power so we as letting Him lead guide and diyears old.
a church can accomplish the rect us will make us a force to
She was a retired elementawill of God and further His be reckoned with.
ry school teacher and longtime
Have faith my friends, God
kingdom.
manager of her husband’s Evsaid
He would never leave us
There
are
reasons
that
there
erett optometrist practice.
or
forsake
us; the battle beis
a
lack
of
power
in
the
house
Born in Waterbury, CT, the
longs
to
Him.
Be obedient, do
of
God
and
the
people
of
God
beloved wife of the late Dr.
and this week we will focus on what God asks of you and see
Mark P. Tedesco, she was the
what God asks us to do. God the victory. He gives us asloving mother of Judy Barletchooses to work in the realm signments because He knows
ta and her husband, Michael
of the impossible and He ex- we can handle it as long as we
of Saugus, and Mark F. Tedesco of Atkinson, NH; cherished Church, 431 Lincoln Ave., pects us to believe that it can trust in Him rather than ourgrandmother of Danny and Saugus, at 10:30 a.m. Visiting be done and act for Him even selves or the ways of man.
Yes there is a drought of
Katie Barletta; loving sister hours will be held on Friday when it seems impossible!
from
4
to
8
p.m..
Interment
God's
power in His church
Well
that's
were
great
of Patricia Crocker of Brewer,
will be in Holy Cross Ceme- things for God usually die on today and I encourage you to
ME and the late John Brick.
Relatives and friends are tery, Malden. In Mary’s name, the vine. As humans we look believe every promise of God
kindly invited to attend her donations may be made to the at God's requests and say it is and seek His power so we as
funeral from the JF Ward Fu- Alzheimer’s Association, 480 impossible and why bother. a church can accomplish the
neral Home, 772 Broadway, Pleasant St., Watertown, MA For many just getting to the will of God and further His
Everett, on Saturday, March 02472 or visit alz.org For di- house of God once a week is kingdom both in our own lives
5 at 9 a.m. followed by a Fu- rections and online guestbook a struggle, how can He expect and the lives of others.
If you are already attending
us to do the impossible.
neral Mass in St. Margaret’s visit jfwardfuneralhome.com
He expects it because He a Spirit filled, bible believing,
sent us the Holy Spirit who and preaching church, praise
will be there with us to accom- God, but if you are not, let me
plish God's will - Remember invite you to join us at FreeMystic Side Congregational Church
its not by might, nor even dom In Christ. Our services
News and Notes
power, but its by His Spirit are:
Sunday School at 10:00 am
Mystic Side Congregation- of each month. A very pleas- says the Lord!
Sunday Worship at 11:00
For
us,
even
though
we
may
al Church is located in Ever- ant coffee hour and socializam
believe
it,
we
put
too
much
of
ett, on Malden-Everett border, ing follow our services. ParkTuesday Prayer Service at
at 422 Main Street. We offer ing is available in our lot next ourselves in it and leave the
7:00
pm
Holy
Spirit
out
which
will
a warm, inviting atmosphere, to the church on Wyllis Ave.
Thursday
Revival Service
eventually
lead
to
failure.
and all are welcome. Our (one way off Main Street). Some for instances are; if at 7:00 pm
Sunday Church service starts We look forward to welcomIf you want to find out more
we want our congregation to
at 10:30 AM and Communion ing you this Sunday.
about
Jesus feel free to give
grow,
we
hold
dinners
and
is offered on the first Sunday
fun activities at our buildings. me a call anytime at 617-319In other cases we get an as- 2449.
signment from God and hold
Glendale Christian Lighthouse Church
Freedom In Christ
meetings to discuss, design
Gospel Outreach
and plan every detail and do
News and Notes
49 Union St, Everett
fund raising to accomplish
We send pleasant greetings spiritually, physically and with the mission. The question is
Pastor Larry DiZazzo
and an invitation to visit us! your mind. Next month's speak- where is the Holy Spirit, who
617-319-2449
Come worship, sing and praise er will be talking about how he has the power, the supply and
www.freedominchristevthe Lord with us. Childcare is was taken in by a cult and how the direction we need?
erett.org
God helped him to get out and
available during the service.
[email protected]
If God gives us an assignSunday School adults/teens find the truth of Jesus.
ment, He will give us the tools gmail.com
Monthly, we have the meet- to accomplish it. When we
9am; Children's 6-12 we hold
facebook - Freedom In
Sunday School during service at ings of the men's ministry and hear from God, lets pray ear- Christ
the women's ministry. Call for nestly that we wait on Him to
10:30am.
youtube - Pastor Larry
Wednesdays weekly, we hold more information.617-387-7458. give us everything we need to DiZazzo
We are currently having early get the work done. Let's take
a worship and praise at 7pm. We
pray for those in need, and those registration for this year's VBS
we know of that also may need (Vacation Bible School) scheduled for August 3-7 and running
our help.
Glendale United Methodist Church
The second Saturday of each 5-8pm. For more information
month we offer a movie and re- call/leave a message for ChrisNews and Notes
freshments beginning at 6pm. tine Hansen at the church numAll offered for free!!! Come ber.
Glendale’s Advent Season Parlor off the Chapel from
God Bless you all!!
and enjoy movies with us each
began with our second annual 9:30 to 10:00 AM.
Pastor Bob MacDonald
month. Bring your family!!
Sponsor the Bulletin! For a
Christmas Caroling Service.
Glendale Christian Light- This was a great Christmas $5 donation, you can dedicate
The third Monday of each
month, we have the ministry of house Church
celebration and a time to re- the Sunday bulletin to recog701 Broadway, Glendale member loved ones who have nize family, friends, or special
Let My People Go, which meets
at 6:30pm. There is a guest Square
died or to honor someone liv- occasions. There is a sign-up
Everett, MA 02149
speaker who shares their testiing. The service took place on sheet in the Pastor’s study.
617387-7458
mony, with whom we then have
Sunday, December 6 at 10:30 Feel free to choose your parThelighthousechurch701 @ am. Proceeds from this spe- ticular week(s) and leave a
a lively group discussion. Before
and after the testimony there will gmail.com
cial service will be used to copy of your dedication in the
www.thelighthousechurch
be prayer, praise and singing.
build an accessible bathroom mail bin that is on the Pastor’s
Our sister ministry connects with 701.net
door. Please contact the Pason the sanctuary level.
us to provide for people's needs
Glendale is open to all and tor if you have any questions.
Boy Scout Troop 814 Meet
we welcome people of all
faiths, nationalities and sexu- in Cooper Hall on Tuesday
al preference. No one is ever evenings from 6-9 PM. Cub
turned away. If you are look- Pack 11 meets on Saturday
Immaculate Conception Parish
ing for a new home church, mornings.
NA Meetings—Mon. Bring
we would like you check us
News and Notes
out and let us know what we Your Own Book 7:30—9:30
Our Parish Staff: Father Jerry day in the lower Church Hall.
can do to make church a bet- pm; Thurs. I Can’t But We
Cost is $4.00 per person. PanOsterman, Pastor;
Can, 8:00 7:30—9:30 pm
ter fit in your life.
Father Donatus Ezenneka, cakes, scrambles eggs, sausage,
AA Meeting—Saturday
As we head into the New
toast, juice, coffee and tea is
Pastoral Vicar
Year, take the time to reflect evenings from 6:30 to 8:30
Richard Randazzo, Pastoral served. All you can eat. Please
on 2015. Between the record pm.
join us after Mass.
Associate
We are on the Internet
snowfall, terrorist attacks and
New Ministry - At the back
Philomene Pean, Pastoral Ashttp://www.glen injury and death to innocent
of the Church in the Vestibule
sociate, Haitian Community
children, the year had a lot daleumc-everett.org
Weekly Mass Schedule at area on Sundays following MassGlendale United Methodof sorrow. But don’t let all
Immaculate Conception is as fol- es, there is a team of volunteers
the bad reflect on how you ist Church
who will answer your questions
lows:
Pastor David Jackson
feel. Look for the good that
Saturday (Sunday Vigil) 4:00 regarding our Church Ministries,
392 Ferry Street (across
happened. God is good and
pm, Sunday 7:00 am, 9:00 am etc. Please feel free to stop by
each of need to take away all from Glendale Towers)
(Family Mass), 11:00 am, and and ask questions, schedule a
Please enter the church
the blessings he has bestowed
Mass, register as a new Parishio5:30 pm.
by the driveway on Walnut
upon us.
12:15 pm Spanish Commu- ner, etc.
Happy New Year to all and Street
Bring a Book-Buy a Book
nity
617-387-2916
may God’s many blessings
- We have a new Fundraiser Pro4:00 pm Haitian Community
[email protected]
continue to follow you into
Masses are being held in the gram in the back of the Church.
gmail.com
2016.
Chapel.
It’s called Bring a Book-Buy
Pastor’s Office Hours:
Sunday Service at 10:30
Eucharistic Adoration of the a Book. All books are a dollar
Saturdays 10 AM to 2 PM.
am
Blessed Sacrament: Adoration and any money collected will go
Bible Study: Consider join- Other times by appointof the Blessed Sacrament is held towards our Stain Glass Fund.
ing us for Bible study on Sun- ment.
every Thursday from 7:45 AM Brink a Book and Buy a Book
day We meet in the Church
to 6:30 pm in the Chapel. Each and make a donation. Our selecThursdays’ adoration will con- tions are great and varied. Please
clude the Benediction of the Most stop by the table and see what we
THINK OF IT AS
Blessed Sacrament at 6:30 pm. have. Thank you
AN OWNER’S MANUAL
FOR YOUR MONEY.
All are invited to spend a few
Immaculate
Conception
The free Consumer Action Handbook. In print and online at ConsumerAction.gov, it’s
moments with Our Blessed Lord Parish
the everyday guide to protecting your hard-earned money. For your free copy, order
online at ConsumerAction.gov; send your name and address to Handbook, Pueblo,
Church Breakfast – Our next
489 Broadway
CO 81009; or call toll-free 1 (888) 8 PUEBLO.
Being a smart shopper just got easier.
monthly Church Breakfast is
Everett, Mass 02149
scheduled for every second SunPhone 617-389-5660
A public service message from the U.S. General Services Administration.
Black Cyan Magenta Yellow
Phone: 617-387-9600 Fax: 781-485-1403
The Everett Independent • Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Page 9
EVERETT CRIMSON TIDE POP WARNER AWARDS BANQUET
CARY SHUMAN PHOTOS
Crimson Tide Pop Warner President Brian Dimond presented
flowers to coaches Justine Doucette, Brenda Marchant, and
Lisa DellIsola in appreciation of their outstanding service in the
youth football and cheerleading organization.
The Crimson Tide Pop Warner D cheerleading team with coaches
Karinna Cesar, Laura Tiberii, Trevor Freeman, Kelly Marchant,
and Caroline DeMaria.
Crimson Tide Pop Warner ‘A’ team coaches Tiara Moise (left)
and Kourtney Yurko (right) presented the team’s Spirit Award
to cheerleader Karla Flores Sanchez at the banquet Sunday at
Anthony’s In Malden.
The Crimson Tide Pop Warner D football team with coaches Ryan LaFave, Jason LaMonica, Jimmy Bartolo, Rick Pulsifer, and Brian
Vaughan.
Former Lynn English and Northeastern University footall star
Brian Vaughan, with his son, Pop Warner football player Brian
Vaughan, at the awards banquet.
The Crimson Tide Pop Warner C team cheerleaders proudly display their individual award plaques
that were presented at the awards banquet.
The Crimson Tide Pop Warner C football team with coaches Angelo Carbone and Chuckie Leo.
Missing from photo is coach Ralph Faia.
The Massachusetts state champion and New England Pop Warner finalist Crimson Tide Pop
Warner B team with coaches Danielle Nadeau, Victor Ruiz, CaroLyn Manuel, John Romboli, Chris
Carrabino, and Dennis Willcox.
The Crimson Tide Pop Warner ‘B’ cheerleading team traveled to Disney World in Lake Buena Vista,
Florida where they captured the 2015 national cheerleading championship. The team received
“National Champions” jackets at the banquet. The team is pictured with assistant coaches Justine
Doucette (bak row, far left) and Lisa Sachetta (front row, far right) and head coach Jenna Marchant
(back row, center) at the awards banquet.
The Crimson Tide Pop Warner A cheerleading team with coaches Tiara Moise, Karinna Cesar, Trevor Freeman, and Kourtney Yurko.
The Crimson Tide Pop Warner Patriot Division football team with coaches Chris Spinney and Cataldo Kidd.
Black Cyan Magenta Yellow
The Everett Independent • Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Page 10
Phone: 617-387-9600 Fax: 781-485-1403
EVERETT CRIMSON TIDE POP WARNER AWARDS BANQUET
Pictured right, the Crimson
Tide Pop Warner officers
and board members, Jeanne
Vitukevich, Mike Vitukevich,
Darlene Bowdridge, Andrea
Fuccillo, Joe LaMonica, president Brian Dimond, Chuckie Leo, Lauren Williams,
Andrea Gaskill, Billy Gaskill,
and Rick Pulsifer.
CARY SHUMAN PHOTOS
The Crimson Tide Pop Warner E cheerleading team with coaches
Caitlin Calonge and Christina Oliva.
SHE ENJOYS SKIING,
SWIMMING, AND SHARING
THE HAPPIEST MOMENTS OF
LIFE WITH HER PATIENTS.
The Everett Crimson Tide F football team with coaches Anthony
Capalino and Darryl Doe.
Former Everett High football captain Darryl Doe and
his son, Kamden Doe, at the
awards banquet.
May-Tal Sauerbrun, MD
Meet Dr. May-Tal Sauerbrun, obstetrician and gynecologist;
and the newest physician to join Dr. David Richman and the
OB/GYN practice in Malden. Dr. Sauerbrun is passionate about
helping women lead their healthiest lives; whether that means
working through health concerns or starting a family. And when
it comes to caring for her patients, she enjoys the collaborative
approach across specialties that Hallmark Health provides.
The Crimson Tide Pop Warner F cheerleading team with coaches
Nicole Adiletto, Tatiana Balistreri, Toniann Pinabell, Lisa LaMonica, and Tiana LaMonica.
Moe Stevens Ahearn, one of
the greatest athletes in Everett High School history who
scored 1,577 points during
her high school basketball
career, with her son, Crimson
Tide Pop Warner football
player Kevin Ahearn, at the
awards banquet.
Dr. Sauerbrun is accepting new patients, with offices in
Malden, Medford and Melrose.
Meet Dr. Sauerbrun at hhma.org/drsauerbrun
A member of Hallmark Health System
109 Commercial Street, Malden · 781-388-4160 · hhma.org
The Crimson Tide Pop Warner E Red football team with coaches Robert Velasquez, Richard Martignetti, Anthony Cruciotti, Brandon Bailot, Angel Delgado, and Luigi Gisetto.
The Crimson Tide Pop Warner E White Gold football team with
coaches Carl Ahearn, Mike Vitukevich Jr., Mike Vitukevich Sr.,
and David Clough.
Everett Crimson Tide Pop Warner football player Aaron Connor
(far right), with his brother, Jared Connor, and their parents,
Everett Police officer Rick Connor and Phunk Phenomon Dance
Complex owner Reia Briggs-Connor, at the awards banquet
Sunday at Anthony’s in Malden.
Black Cyan Magenta Yellow
Black
Page 11
The Everett Independent • Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Phone: 617-387-9600 Fax: 781-485-1403
• Revere • Everett • Winthrop • Lynn • East Boston • Chelsea • Charlestown
Independent Newspaper Group
Lynn
rEvErE
EvErEtt
ChELsEa
Winthrop
CharLEstoWn
East
Boston
Everett
Lg 3 Bedroom
hardwood flrs
Lg closets, near
shops, schools,
on bus line
Central air, no
utilities included
Available Now!
$2000
Call
857-888-1537
CONDO
FOR SALE
WINTHROP CONDO renovated 2 bedroom in
Governors Park heat/
hotwater included in
condo fees. 2 parking
spaces, pool, fitness
room. Call Diane
617-823-1362 or
Maria 781-808-1435
$215,000.
3/10
• 123
APTS.
APARTMENT FOR RENT
FOR RENT
WINTHROP – Large
2BR, 2nd fl, close
to trans. Off st
pkg.,$1650.
Constantino, Broker
617-567-1811
3/25
HOUSE
FOR RENT
HOUSE
FOR RENT
REVERE – 6 room Split
Entry ranch 3BR, 2FULL
baths, W2W, new stove,
DW disposal, off street
parking, good location,
NO PETS $1900+
781-321-6429
3/2
______________
______________
______________
_____________
Call:
781-485-0588
Fax:
781-485-1403
7 Communities
• 137
OFFICE/
COMM’L
RENTALS
REVERE: Office
on Broadway 2nd
floor,$500 includes
utilities and parking.
Call 781-286-1250.
-----------------------REVERE: Off Broadway.
Professional office
space. On public
transportation. Call for
details. 978-590-8810
• 154
MAILBOX
MAILBOX
RENTAL
RENTAL
Business address, $100
per month or $200
with 6x7 storage room
call 781-286-1250
______________
______________
HELP
_____
WANTED
HELP WANTED
DRIVERS WANTED –
Reliable – responsible.
All shifts available.
Call Ricky 781-9136613.
3/23
Classified
HELP WANTED
IN CHELSEA
For
elderly
woman
Call Diana
978-640
2865
EASTPOINTE
Rehab & Skilled Care Center
MMQ Nurse
Full-time/40hrs/flexible schedule
$1,000 Sign on Bonus
We are currently seeking a detail
oriented MMQ nurse with knowledge of
nursing summaries, ADL flowsheets,
med sheets, and treatment sheets.
Experience is preferred, but will train.
Must have valid Massachusetts RN
license. We offer a supportive working
environment along with competitive
salary and benefits!
THE COMMONWEALTH OF
MASSACHUSETTS
MASSACHUSETTS
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
NOTICE OF A PUBLIC
MEETING
A Public Meeting will
be held by MassDOT to
discuss the draft Section
61 Finding for the Wynn
Everett Casino project
(EEA No. 15090).
WHERE:State
Transportation Building
10 Park Plaza
Boston, MA 02116
Transportation Library
(2nd Floor)
WHEN:Thursday,
March 10, 2016 at 6:00
PM
PURPOSE: The draft
Section 61 Finding for
the Wynn Everett Casino
project was published
in the Environmental
Monitor on February 10,
2016. Written comments
on the draft are due to
MassDOT on or before
February 25. The purpose of this meeting is to
explain the draft Section
61 Finding, review the
written comments that
have been received, and
provide the public the
opportunity to make
additional comments.
Comments made during
the public comment
period and at the
hearing will be reviewed
RECRuItmENt
Professional • Medical
General • Services
and considered in the
development of the final
Section 61 Finding.
The draft Section 61
Finding is available
from the Massachusetts
Environmental Policy Act
Office website http://
web1.env.state.ma.us/
EEA/emepa/emonitor.
aspx or from J. Lionel
Lucien, P.E., Manager,
Public/Private Development Unit, MassDOT, at
[email protected]
ma.us.
The location is accessible
to people with disabilities. MassDOT provides
reasonable accommodations and/or language
assistance free of charge
upon request (including
• Auto Sales • Yard Sales
• Miscellaneous
but not limited to interpreters in American Sign
Language and languages
other than English, open
or closed captioning for
videos, assistive listening
devices and alternate
material formats, such as
audio tapes, Braille and
large print), as available.
For accommodation or
language assistance,
please contact MassDOT’s
Chief Diversity and Civil
Rights Officer by phone
(857-368-8580), fax
(857-368-0602), TTD/
TTY (857-368-0603)
or by email (MassDOT.
[email protected]
ma.us). Requests should
be made as soon as
possible prior to the
meeting, and for more
difficult to arrange
services including
sign-language, CART or
language translation or
interpretation, requests
should be made at least
ten (10) business days
before the meeting.
In case of inclement
weather, hearing cancellation announcements
will be posted on the
internet at http://www.
massdot.state.ma.us/
Highway/
DAVID J. MOHLER
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR,
PLANNING
EV, R, C, Ch
3/2, 3/3
FHAP AGENCIES &OTHER STATE/
LOCAL REFERRAL AGENCIES
Visit our website at www.eastpointerehab.com
To Place Your Ad
Call 617-387-9600
Sales • Rentals
Land • Commercial
More Than 100,000 Readers Each Week
LEGAL NOTICE
CNA
NEEDED
REaL EstatE
     
Please apply/contact:
Michele Figucia, Administrator
Eastpointe Rehab.,
255 Central Ave. Chelsea, MA 02150
617-884-5700 Fx. 617-884-7005
[email protected]
An Equal Opportunity Employer
You’d think at least one of them could
tell you how to renew a passport.
Got questions? Go to FirstGov.gov.
It’s a monumental source of official information
about federal, state, and local government.
-------------------------DRIVERS: CDL-A
1yr. Excellent
Family Medical Ins.
Guaranteed Weekend
Home Time. Earn
$65,000 + Monthly
Bonuses. Absolutely
No-Touch. 888-4069046
3/9
A public service message from the U.S. General Services Administration.
All real estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to the Federal
Fair Housing Act of 1968, which
makes it illegal to advertise any
preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status
(number of children and or pregnancy), national origin, ancestry,
age, marital status, or any intention to make any such preference,
limitation or discrimination.
This newspaper will not knowingly
accept any advertising for real
estate that is in violation of the
law. Our readers are hereby
informed that all dwellings advertising in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity
basis. To complain about discrimination call The Department of
Housing and Urban Development
“ HUD” toll-free at 1-800-6699777. For the N.E. area, call HUD
at 617-565-5308. The toll free
number for the hearing impaired
is 1-800-927-9275.
   
     
  

   
  
  

   
  
    
  

   
   
 


   
    
  

     
    
  

   
    
  

     
  
  

     
    
   

The Independent Newspaper Group fights against housing discrimination. If you believe you have been
discriminated against in your effort to buy a home or to rent an apartment, we urge you to call the
Fair Housing Center of Greater Boston at 617-399-0491.
cHristoPHer’s
gino mastromattei Everything So Green Landscaping
KITCHENS
LANDSCAPING
W
NE ROOM
N
OW PE
SH W O
O
N
lawn cutting
lanDscaPing
hedging, weeding, mulching
clean Yard • low-Priced
Landscape & Masonry co.
Spring clean-up • expert Painting • demolition
mulching-weeding • General maintenance
cleanout’s all type • Snow Plowing • Free estimates
Revere, MA
Yard clean-up • trim hedges & trees
EVERETT PROFESSIONAL
SERVICE DIRECTORY
call chris
Designing & Completing Ideas for over 30 Years
Landscaping
• Reliable Mowing Service
• Spring & Fall Cleanups
• Mulching & edging
• Sod or Seed Lawns
• Shrub Planting & Trimming
• irrigation Systems
• Brick or Block Steps
• Brick or Block Walls
• Concrete or Brick Paver
Patios & Walkways
• Brick Re-Pointing
• Basement Repair
Clovers
lawn Care
• Spring Clean Ups
• trees and Branches
Removed
• Mulch & Hedges
• Mowing & Fertilizing
• Junk Removal
residentiaL • coMMerciaL
Cleaning
Contractors
TRITTO
CONTRACTING
Building, Remodeling,
Kitchens, Baths, Decks,
Additions, Roofing,
Siding, Home Repairs
Mark Tritto
(617) 401-6539
@trittobuilds
We accept all major
credit cards
LICENSED & INSURED
FREE ESTIMATES
Construction
Paulo Santos Construction
Renovations, Carpentry, Kitchens, Bathrooms,
Painting, Maintenance, Repairs, Flooring, Tile
Fully Insured ~ FREE Estimates
781-420-2356
M•T•W•F 9:30-5:00
Home Improvement
Sat. 9:30-4:00 • Thur. 9:30-7:00
195 Squire Road • Revere
Hanton
Home
John ToTTen
AVICO
Masonry
Repairs
◆
specializing in stone, brick, block,
and concrete construction and repair
30 years experience
Licensed • senior Discount
◆
MASON CONTRACTOR
• Concrete
• Brick & Block
• Water Proofing
• All Types of Exterior
Restoration
(617) 561-9516
• Handyman
FREE ESTIMATE
• Windows
Your Ad
• Painting781-581-0031
Here
• Decks
Insured & Licensed
QUALITY MASONRY
781-307-0947
LICENSED & INSURED
GENERATIONS OF EXPERIENCE
BRICK • BLOCK • STONE • CONCRETE
ALL TYPES OF MASONRY
Advertise for 3 months
for only:
geneRaL contRactoRS
FREE ESTIMATES 617-821-3793
QUALITY IS OUR GOAL.
1 col. x
Types of Masonry Repair, Ceramic Tile,
2 col. x 2 inches AllConcrete
Pours, Chimneys, Stairs, Walls,
$10/wk
Snow
Removal, Shoveling/Plowing
Available.
$240.00
Fully Insured • No Job Too Small
Dennis Morelli
781-632-8812
MOVERS
Ronnie Z.
Leave Your
Moving To Us
781-500-9709
781-284-8598
D & B LANDSCAPING
Free Estimates ~ Reasonable Prices
LiCenSed & inSuRed
Reliable Mowing Service, Mulching, edging, Spring &
Fall Cleanups, Snowplowing, new Lawns Seed or Sod
Pressure Washer • Spring & Fall Clean-ups
Complete Yard & Lawn Care
Shrubs, Trim & Mulch
781-535-2773
Professional Reliable Service
[email protected]
617-389-laWn (5296)
AFFORDABLE LANDSCAPING MIKE & SONS LaNdSCaPINg
Complete Yard & Lawn Care
617-466-0060Painting
• 617-331-4243
• Spring & Fall Clean-Up • Lawn Treatment
617-884-2143 Spring & Fall Clean-up • Mulch • Lawns
Mike 781-284-2328 Stefano 339-532-9578
O’NEIL’S HOME
PAINTING
IMPROVEMENT
POWELL
Free Estimates
Domenico
J. RECCA
Painting
PAINTING & ✧JOhN
Painting Nick
co. D
ECORATING ✧ Replacement
Small exterior
PAINTING
complete
interior
PAINTING
D’Agostino
P.O.
P.O. Box
Box 606,
606,Revere,
Revere,MA
MA02151
02151 Tommy
Windows
Domenico
SPECIALISTS
Interior/Exterior
Call anytime.
[email protected]
[email protected] 617-365-5451
(Marbleizing) FAUX
✧ Plastering
Commercial/Residential
Home 617-417-9585
(Sponging) Wallpapering,
COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL • FULLY INSURED
Richard
RichardBruno
Bruno
Professional
Floor
Sanding
CLEAN-UPS • CONSTRUCTION • SNOW REMOVAL
✧ FreeFully
Estimates
Insured
SPECIAL WINTER RATES
Vinny’s
Quality
Work
✧ Small
Carpentry
Painter
FREE
Masonry
ESTIMATES ✧ Odd
Wallpapering
JobsRates
Reasonable
Dan Powell
CENTURY
& PaintingCell:781-289-4786 ✧ No Free
JobEstimates
Too Small
DRIVEWAY 781-289-7896
617-270-3178
781-241-2454
617-381-7500
617-680-6215
Painting 20 Years +
781-289-7700
781-289-7700
Prompt, Clean, neat.
Top Notch Services
• HOT TOP
DRIVEWAYS
• SEAL COATING
Landscaping • Plowing
Trash Removal • Demolition
Free Estimates Call: 781-760-6734
D&B Landscape
Reasonable Rates
Spring & Fall Clean-up
Lawn Care
Trim & Mulch
RESIDENTIAL &
COMMERCIAL
(LIC# CS-107294)
(781) 324-1555
Fully Insured
Free Estimates
Your Ad
Here
William Mack Painting
Roofing
30 years experience
Interior/Exterior
Special Winter Rates
Free Estimates • Reasonable Rates
Fully Insured
617-320-4179 • 617-846-5805
Free Estimates
Reasonable Rates
John J. Recca
CESARS
PAINTING
Painting
High Quality Painting
Interior/Exterior
& Wallpapering.
Commercial/Residential
Interior & Exterior.
Fully Insured
Affordable
Prices.
QualityCesar
Work
Call
Reasonable Rates
781-718-9971
Free Estimates
617-294-3065 Mike’s Painting Co.
781-241-2454
24 Hrs. • Licensed & Insured
Interior - Exterior
Fully Insured • Free Estimates
Moving
USA Roofing
Ronnie
Z.
Painting/Carpentry
Leave Your
& Remodeling
Approx. $5,200
SO & S O
SAS
N
• Brick Steps • Brick Patios & Walkways
781-535-2772
• Concrete Patios & Walkways • Brick or Block Walls
Elements Group, Inc.
• Brick Re-Pointing
Commercial & Residential
617-389-1490
FRee eStiMateS
Call Kevin
••SNOW
PLOWING&
COMMERCIAL
• COMMERCIAL
RESIDENTIAL&
RESIDENTIAL
FULLYINSURED
INSURED
•• FULLY
CLEAN-UPS
••Boston
CLEAN-UPS
BoBs
CONSTRUCTION
•• CONSTRUCTION
Painting co.
MASONRY
MoreLLi 2
Masonry
& tiLe
inches
Please Recycle This Paper
617-389-1490
Joe pierotti Jr. • Joe pierotti Sr.
• Senior Discount •Landscaping
Free Estimates • Licensed & Insured
LANDSCAPING
Free estimates
617-835-4131
Masonry
617-568-1800
Plumbing/
HeatingAP
Frank’s
Housepainting
•
•
•
•
No-cost Estimates
Interior, Exterior
20 Years Experience,
References
PAinting
InterIor/
exterIor
Free estImates
Meticulous Work
We paInt asbestos
shIngles &
alumInum sIdIng
Call arI @
617-710-8881 • 617-561-1215
[email protected]
“no Jobs too
big or too small”
D.J. MECHANICAL
781-289-0698
Plumbing & Heating
Ask Frank about Pressure Washing!
Fully Licensed
& Insured
Emilio 781-289-0534
Luciano Fanciosa“We Get
The 289-1542
Job Done The First Time
S Moving
(781)
R. On Time”
781-289-5207
781-853-9400
License #27484 • To
40 yrs. Us
exp. Free Estm.
Family Operated
•
Free
Estimates
• Shingle and Rubber Roofs
339-927-2666
Since 1963
Whether
It
Be
One
Piece
or
More!
• All Types of Siding
•
Gutters
• Service Calls
ASPHALT PAVING - CONSTRUCTION
PLUMBING
• Window Replacement
Curb Cuts • Decks
Concrete Foundations Concrete
10% OFF FOR SENIOR CITIZENS,
Landscaping & Construction
617-784-4521
Seal Coat
Joseph pepe
• Flashing
More... Retaining Walls
Designing/Hardscape
• Maintenance • AndLandscaping
VETERANS
& DISABLED
Water Lines
Stone Delivery
Sewer Lines
Free Estimates • Sod/Seed • Comm/Res.
Fax: 617-874-8008
Excavation
Bobcat Service
Free Fill
781-284-4747
1986
Call Ronnie
PaulEst.Machado
BOB 781-284-6311
Anthony
Phone:
617-650-2246
617-A-S-P-H-A-L-T
OIL
Landscape Maintenance
Hardscapes • Irrigation • Masonry
Landscape Lighting
Fully Insured
PAVING
Expert Design
Lawn Maintenance
Yard Clean-ups ~ Sod Lawns
Snow Plowing ~ Sand & Salt
Paint 3 family ~
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
Fax: 617-294-4640
GILL
OIL
[email protected]
COMPANY CROMBIE
Plumbing &
PLUMBING
P&G PAINTING
Interior/Exterior
Light Carpentry
20 yrs exp.
heating, air conditioning
& refrigeration
residential & commercial
licensed technician
lic. #019734
781-321-2499
781-308-3809
For A&Free
Estimate
Beattie PlumBing
Heating
Hot Water Heaters & Boilers
PlumBing Fixture rePair
BatHroom & KitcHen installation
617-846-2789
To advertise in our Service Directory Please callHeating
781-485-0588 ext. 110
Call Ronnie
or email [email protected]
mpressive
Whether It Be One Piece or More!
10% OFF FOR SENIOR CITIZENS,
VETERANS & DISABLED
781-321-2499
For A Free Estimate
Black
Sales • Service • Installation
Service Contracts • Budget Plans
Boilers • Burners
Baseboards •Water Heaters
24 Hour Emergency Service
617-567-1978 • 617-846-1978
Serving East Boston & Winthrop
PROFESSIONAL PAVING
Take pride in your home
Give us a call • Free Estimates
Licensed & Insured
10% Senior Discount
[email protected]
master license #15231 • Fully insured
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
(617) 846-8668
License #12742
24 Hr. Emergency Service
SPECIAL $25 OFF
Any Service Over $100 with coupon
Now Accepting M/C, Visa, AmEx
PLUMBING,
HEATING &
Plumbing & Heating
Showroom SaleS & Service
331 BroaDway,
revere, ma 02151
781-284-9555
ED DiLORENZO
PLUMBING
Christopher’s Plumbing
Black Cyan Magenta Yellow
The Everett Independent • Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Page 12
Phone: 617-387-9600 Fax: 781-485-1403
EVERETT CRIMSON TIDE HOCKEY VS RHS PATRIOTS
PHOTOS-AL TERMINELLO
A look at the Crimson Tide Bench during the third period, needing a goal to tie the game against
the RHS patriots.
Ryan Snook looks to set a play.
Capt. JJ Mac Laughlin in front of the net.
Casarra Roderick behind 3-2
late in the third period watches the play develop.
Cassara Roderick and Marc
Faia watch the play.
Jack MacLaughlin head up
ice.
Senior Goalie Casarra Roderick and Sophomore Brendan Calderon.
Jr. Forward Louis Staffieri looking for a pass to the net.
Black Cyan Magenta Yellow
Capt. Ray Suppa fires a shot at
the Patriot goalie.
Download
Random flashcards
State Flags

50 Cards Education

Countries of Europe

44 Cards Education

Art History

20 Cards StudyJedi

Sign language alphabet

26 Cards StudyJedi

Create flashcards