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The Chelsea Record • Thursday, October 9, 2014
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what to do. I had so many appointments you wouldn't believe it. We were getting 20
appointments in two days and it
was going all day long. One day
we stayed until 7 p.m."
The reinforcements that
showed up at the Broadway office were attorneys Jason Corral and Amarilys Marrero, who
agreed to come work for free to
help - having formerly worked
with Suffolk Legal through
Catholic Charities.
Marrero said the story of the
5-year-old boy was one that
worked out, and for every story
that works out, many more do
not.
"We see stories like that all
the time, but that story is really the best case scenario," she
said. "Most don't end that way.
We talk to the court and the
person at the court is only concerned about the law and maybe they should be, but we can't
convey to them how the person
in the office is feeling and what
they're going through. We see
what they're going through, see
them crying and do everything
we can. Sometimes all we can
do is cry with them."
One of the major situations
for the immigration court system is that despite entering the
country illegally, the situation
isn't considered a criminal offense. That means that those
facing Immigration Court hearings don't qualify for public defenders to offer legal help. They
either must find the money to
pay for a private lawyer, or as in
most cases, seek out free legal
services in the form of places
like Suffolk Legal.
That is one reason that the
Immigration Courts have become so clogged due to the
recent influx and a reason that
court dates can be months or
years in the future. Free legal
services take more time, and the
cases are inherently complex.
Judges all over the country are
prone to grant continuances and
find legal remedies if at all possible - which takes time.
Corral said money has been
funneled to enforcement on the
border rather than to legal pathways and remedies for people
caught at the border.
"The backlog right now in
the courts is complicated and
the cases take a lot of time to
prepare," he said. "We're probably responsible for the backlog
because we'll go in and ask for
more time to prepare. On the
other hand, the judge doesn't
want to deport a child without
finding out if they have a legal remedy. They'll give two
or three continuances to make
sure. It comes down to the fact
that nobody is paying for people like us and there are all
these cases that nobody is paying for. There just aren't enough
resources to provide the legal
pathway because everything
has been dedicated to enforcement."
INFLUX WASN'T
UNEXPECTED
Corral said there have been
people coming from Central
America for several years.
Some came many years ago
during the time of Civil War
there and received Temporary
Protected Status (TPS) from the
government. Over the last decade, people from those countries have also been coming
and most made it over illegally
without getting caught.
He said he believes the difference now is that the border
is more secure and people are
willing to get caught and take
their chances.
"I think the thing is that the
media right now is reporting it
as a crisis, but we've been dealing with this for years," he said.
"I remember writing a paper
on this problem in 2008, which
was six years ago. The difference now is that it escalated - it
was building and building and
now it's escalated, but we recognized the situation six or seven years ago."
DEPORTING
OUR
PROBLEMS; THOSE LEFT
BEHIND
Part of the problem, all said,
is that many of the countries
where the influx is coming from
are El Salvador, Honduras and
Guatemala, and those countries
are facing brutal crime from violent youth gangs.
In many cases, Corral said,
those gangs are comprised of
young people who committed
crimes in America and were deported to a country that couldn't
handle policing these newfound
criminals.
"These are kids who lost
hope," he said. "They've been
left behind by family or they've
been deported from the U.S.
and now they're on the streets in
a country they never knew. Essentially, we're deporting back
our youth problems to Central
America where they cannot
handle it. These kids get powerful and manipulate others and
create a shadow government.
They demand a 'war tax' or protection money. It's almost what
you'd be paying to a government if there was a real publicly
funded government that could
protect the people."
The other kids that seem to
be ruling the streets are those
left behind many years ago by
adults who have earned TPS
status, have earned some other
status or have existed here illegally for decades.
"A lot of times the people
with TPS left a little one behind with the intention of being reunited," he said. "They
now have a teen-ager at home
in their country that they never
brought here. They have had a
grandparent or another family member taking care of that
teen-ager and they won't do it
any longer."
Some of those young people
flee to America; others stay on
the streets.
THREE TYPICAL
SITUATIONS
For many of those illegal im-
migrants who end up in Chelsea
and seek out Suffolk Legal to
help them navigate their cases,
there are few remedies other
than to seek political asylum.
For the children such as
5-year-olds or babies, there is
often a legal remedy, but for
those who have solid footing, it
is often difficult.
"When they're unaccompanied at the border and when
their family situation is more
secure, that is the hardest one
to remedy because the only option is filing for asylum," said
Corral. "Asylum requires very
specific conditions to be met...
When the fear is from gang violence, we make our best case for
political opinion or membership
in a particular social group that
is an anti-gang group. Unfortunately, the odds are against us in
those cases."
In other cases, there is a
parent who can remedy the situation - a parent that the child
has left their country to be reunited with. Most times that
parent has legal status and, after
a series of court sessions, can
make make the situation into a
good one. However, it isn't that
easy. Many times the parent has
moved on over the years to another family; has remarried and
started anew only to have a virtually unknown teen-ager show
up from thousands of miles
away.
"A lot of family members
or parents end up not wanting
them there and that can become
abusive," said Marrero. "Domestic violence is a big part of
their story here. Many times
they come to reunite with a parent who has remarried and started a new family. Many times
the best stepfather in the world
becomes the worst stepfather in
the world. A lot of times these
things happen because of economics and frustrations with
immigration status. That happens a lot."
Another all too common situation - as is potentially faced
by Belen and his mother - is
that the child has a legal remedy
to stay, but the mother has no
chance.
"All too often there's a legal
remedy for that kid, but no remedy for that mom in an asylum
case," said Corral. "It's very
possible there is asylum for the
kid, but the mom will be made
to stay and wait for her day in
court - which could be years
- and with all liklihood that
she'll be deported when that
day in court comes. She'll have
to leave that child behind here
in the U.S. That's the chance
they're willing to take."
DETERMINATION IS A
TREND
When young people are
taken into custody at the border, many times the first thing
they do is pull out a cell phone
and make a call to someone in
America - perhaps someone in
Chelsea.
It's something that Corral
said belies the entire situation the globalization of everything,
including people.
"There are a lot of questions about why there are so
many more now, but in a lot
BRUINS Beat
of aspects we're more global
in many ways," he said. "We
see the free flow of trade and
now we also see the free flow
of people and workers. The law
is always the last thing to catch
up to how the world is working.
These kids have cell phones and
are in constant communication.
It's a smaller world and people
can traverse expanses of land
we thought was impossible just
10 or 15 years ago. They want
something better for themselves. In many ways, they're
taking a gamble to leave a situation and try to make a change to
better their lives. We can all relate to doing such things in our
teens and 20s. That's who we're
seeing come here. The ones we
don't see are those who accepted their lot in life and stayed
behind."
For those who did take off
on that adventure, Marrero said
determination is an absolute.
She's convinced that any young
person here illegally, if given a
chance, will succeed.
"I was working with a
17-year-old girl who had nothing and knew nobody, but you
could tell she was going to
be somebody," said Marrero.
"There's a determination in here
and in all of them, and then at
the same time she contains these
layers of sadness because of all
the things she's fought against.
Despite that deep sadness, you
look in their eyes and realize
that given the chance, they will
fight through any adversity to
success."
by Bob Morello
Bruins at the starting line
As the Record went to press
(Wednesday), the Bruins will be
taking the ice to host the Philadelphia Flyers (7:30pm) on
opening night of the 2014-2015
season. Without a doubt it will
once again be a very interesting season. The entire Training
Camp was an exercise in a game
of Chess, as Bruins head coach
Claude Julien had a multitude
of decisions to make, in order to
whittle his charges into a 23-man
roster for Wednesday's opening
night.
It appears at this time that he
will have to continue juggling his
lineup, following the announcement that forward David Krejci
had been placed on injured reserve, and is expected to miss
four or more games, as he heals
from a lower body injury suffered in the B’s preseason game
Saturday versus Detroit. Julien
remarked, “It’s still very minor
but it hasn’t healed as quickly
as we would have liked.” It will
be a huge spot to fill for Boston,
as Krejci was the lead man in
scoring, notching 69 points in
80 games. That open spot should
give Ryan Spooner another
chance to display his skills, but
Julien will likely wait until game
time to make that decision.
Regarding decisions already
made, Bruins General Manager
Peter Chiarelli announced that
the club has made the following
transactions: Jordan Caron and
David Pastrnak have been assigned to the Providence Bruins
in the AHL. Recalled from Providence is forward Brian Ferlin
and netminder Malcolm Subban, both will be eligible to play
in Wednesday’s game versus
the Flyers. Additional absences include Gregory Campbell
and Anthony Camara placed on
Non-Roster Injured Reserve, and
Marc Savard on Injured Reserve.
A decision has not yet been made
regarding the status of veteran
winger, Simon Gagne. With his
tryout agreement over, Gagne
has agreed to travel and practice
with the team, even though he
does not have a contract, with the
hope that the B’s will keep him
around, with a chance to catch on
with Boston at some point.
Boston’s 13 forwards currently on the roster include, Patrice
Bergeron, Craig Cunningham,
Loui Eriksson, Ferlin, Matt Fraser, Chris Kelly, Milan Lucic,
Brad Marchand, Daniel Paille,
Bobby Robins, Reilly Smith,
Carl Soderberg and Spooner. A
surprise in the list of forwards is
the name of 33-year-old Robins.
Surprising because he is first and
foremost an experienced fighter,
as he showed in Providence. He's
a player very similar to Shawn
Thornton, whom the Bruins decided they didn’t need in their
lineup, as they felt the trend in
the NHL was moving away from
the physical style of play. The
seven defensemen standing tall
will be, Matt Bartkowski, Zdeno
Chara, Dougie Hamilton, Torey
Krug, Adam McQuaid, Kevan
Miller, and Dennis Seidenberg.
Missing from the opening night
roster will be the very popular Bruins defenseman Johnny
Boychuk, who was traded to the
Florida Panthers to allow Boston
some cap space. The trio eligible
to guard the Bruins net will have,
Tuukka Rask, Malcolm Subban,
and Niklas Svedberg. With Rask
definitely starting in goal, Julien
will only have to select an opening night backup.
Tonight (Thursday), the Bruins will be in Detroit to take on
the Red Wings (7:30pm), returning to the Garden for a brief
two-game homestand. They will
face the Washington Capitals on
Saturday (7:00pm), and in an
early matinee game on Monday
(1:00pm) with the Colorado Avalanche. Following the two-game
set, the Bruins will again visit the
Red Wings for the second time
in less than a week, on Wednesday (8:00pm). The tight October
schedule starts out with seven
games in eleven nights, with four
of the games against division
rivals. Fasten your seat belts as
the wheels are going up - and the
Bruins are taking off!
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NEWS Briefs by Seth Daniel
ALL-CHELSEA AWARDS SOON
Voters are picking among 57 nominations
for the nine community awards to be presented at the upcoming All-Chelsea Awards,
which will be held on Monday, Oct. 27, at
6 p.m. in the City Council Chambers. ACA
Founder and Director, City Manager Jay Ash,
said the 57 nominations are a record for the
25 community representatives who are judging the nominations offered by many in the
community.
“It seems like every year it gets tougher
and tougher to choose among more and more
deserving candidates, which is a good thing,”
emphasized Ash. Winners will be announced
next week and will be feted in front of what is
usually a standing room only crowd.
“We have a remarkable community, so it’s
so great to recognize so many for all thye do,”
commented Molly Baldwin of Roca, a past
award recipient.
TRIBUTE TO MEKONNEN, LEA
Not everybody agreed with the late City
Councillor Mike Mekonnen or one his most
ardent supporters and activists, the late Henry
Lea.
However, with the two of them now gone,
councillors said they can all agree that the two
City Hall stalwarts deserved some sort of tribute in the City.
A few years ago, Lea petitioned that the
John Ruiz Park on Washington Avenue be
named after Mekonnen, but it was a no-go.
Now, Council President Matt Frank and
Councillor Chris Cataldo have called for an
intersection or plaza deck to be named after
the two in tribute.
Mekonnen, who hailed from Africa, and
Lea, a life-long Chelsea resident, brought a
diverse coalition of people, Frank said, every
time they brought a concern to the City Council.
"I often didn't agree with them, but I respected their positions," said Frank. "They
brought a coalition that was racially diverse
and consisted of people of all types coming
together on a specific issue. That's pretty
much the story of Chelsea."
CENTRO TO HOST 25TH
ANNIVERSARY GALA
A few tickets can still be purchased for
Centro Latino’s 25th Anniversary Gala Dinner & Auction.
“We’ve lined up some awesome music
and entertainment, and we’re excited to be
celebrating making 25 years of difference in
greater Chelsea and the residents we have
worked with,” said Centro’s Executive Director Juan Vega.
The soiree will be held at Boston’s Hyatt
Regency Hotel, in Downtown Crossing, from
6:30 to 11 p.m., and will be emceed by Entravision’s Raul Medina. “Centro’s been an
incredibly big part of our community, and one
we have come to rely upon to do so much for
our local residents and for its leadership in
contributing to all that we work on in Chelsea,” said City Manager Jay Ash as to why he
will be attending the event.
For ticket information, contact 617-8843238.
CULTURAL COUNCIL GRANT
INFO SESSION
Chelsea Cultural Council has received
$15,550 from the Massachusetts Cultural
Council (MCC) a state agency, to assist public
projects that promote access, education, diversity and excellence in the arts, humanities
and interpretive sciences.
Organizations, schools, individuals are encouraged to apply for grant funds that can be
used to support a variety of artistic and cultural projects for the enjoyment and benefit of
Chelsea residents such as visual arts, dance,
folk arts, music, media arts, arts education,
and theater. Projects awarded must be implemented between January, 2015 and December
31, 2015. Application deadline is Wednesday,
October 15, 2014. Only postmarked applications will be accepted.
Application forms about the LCC/Field
Trip programs are available at www.chelseama.gov/ccc or at the Department of Health
and Human Services, Room 100 in Chelsea
City Hall at (617) 466-4090 or email [email protected] for more information.
A REAL JAM
The Chelsea Community Garden is celebrating a Blue Ribbon performance at the
Topsfield Fair.
The group reported winning a Blue Ribbon
for its Strawberry Rhubard Jam that they produced mostly in their garden and canned in
a workshop last July at the Chelsea Boys &
Girls Club.
The Topsfield Fair runs from October 3 13. The Canning exhibit is displayed in the
Coolidge Hall Building. The Gardeners are
Exhibitor #116-118-99998.
ALS WALK SPONSORS. Performance Physical Therapy fielded a healthy team of walkers last
weekend for the 'Walk for Living' on Admiral's Hill. Co-owner Eric Goldberg said his company was
a sponsor of the event and got an enthusiastic response from workers to participate.
TREES AVAILABLE TO BE
PLANTED
Would you like a free tree planted in your
yard? The Environmental Chelsea Organizers
(E.C.O), an eight-member youth group at the
Chelsea Collaborative, along with the City of
Chelsea, are planting trees throughout Chelsea. Trees provide fresh air, keep us cool in
the summer, reduce home heating costs, and
make our city look and feel cleaner. If you are
a home/landowner and are interested in a free
tree, please contact the Chelsea Collaborative
at (617)889-6080 x116.
COMMUNITY SCHOOL COSTUME
SWAP
The Chelsea Community Schools will participate in the National Costume Swap movement this Saturday, Oct. 11.
The Schools, at 180 Walnut St. (Arlington
Street entrance) will hold a costume drop from
noon to 1 p.m. on Oct. 11. Bring in a clean,
gently used costume or accessories during
that time and receive a ticket for the swap.
From 1 - 3 p.m. on Oct. 11, people can
come in to pick up or buy a costume. Costumes are $5, accessories are $2, but both are
free to those who have dropped off a costume.
All proceeds to benefit the Chelsea Community Connections.
Other opportunities are available for earlier
drop-off times.
For more info, call (617) 466-5233.
FALL SIGN UPS FOR TOBIN
TRANSPONDER
Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) is encouraging motorists to
join E-ZPass as All-Electronic Tolling is implemented on the Tobin Bridge.
The E-ZPass Street Team will be enrolling
new customers in the E-ZPass throughout the
Fall season. The E-ZPass Van schedule for
Chelsea can be found below:
•Sat., Oct. 18, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Market
Basket
•Sat., Nov. 1, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Market
Basket
E-ZPass is free to join and customers receive a transponder onsite. E-ZPass, formerly
FastLane, customers proceed through the dedicated E-ZPass lanes at the toll plaza without
stopping or fumbling for cash because the toll
is collected electronically through the use of a
transponder attached to the windshield.
Motorists no longer stop at a toll booth and
pay cash for their Tobin Bridge toll. Tolls are
collected electronically through the E-ZPass
transponder or via the Pay-by-Plate program
in which a camera captures the license plate
and the vehicle’s registered owner is billed by
mail.
In addition to the sign up sessions listed
above, you may also join E-ZPass online,
Mass.gov/EZPassMA or by phone, 877-627-
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7745. Transponders are also available at Registry of Motor Vehicle branches and from AAA.
POW/MIA CHAIR INVESTIGATED
City Councillors Matt Frank, Leo Robinson
and Chris Cataldo have put in an order for a
subcommittee meeting on the potential of placing a POW/MIA Chair in Chelsea City Hall.
The chair movement is sponsored by Rolling Thunder veterans group and championed
Sheriff Tompkins, supports MA
Red Cross “Women Who Care”
Sheriff Steven W. Tompkins recently took part in the
American Red Cross of Massachusetts’ Annual “Women
Who Care” breakfast event at
the Sheraton Boston on Dalton
Street.
“Women Who Care: A
Leadership Breakfast,” is one
of the largest women’s networking events in the city. In
the tradition of the organization’s founder, Clara Barton,
the event was developed to
help raise awareness and garner financial support for the
critical programs provided by
the American Red Cross of
Massachusetts. Each year, the
Red Cross honors women who
exemplify the mission of the
American Red Cross.
Hosted by Liz Brunner,
former television news anchor and Founder and CEO
of Brunner Communications,
the event brought hundreds
of attendees out to offer their
support for the Red Cross and
the Women Who Care honor-
ees. This year’s American Red
Cross Humanitarian Awards
were presented to Dr. Kerry
Healey, President of Babson
College and Reverend Liz
Walker, Pastor, Roxbury Presbyterian Church.
At the conclusion of the
program, Sheriff Tompkins
spoke about the event and the
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chairs are placed in City Halls and sporting
venues (including Gillette Stadium) all over
the state to remind folks of the missing soldiers
and prisoners of war who never returned home.
Recently, the chairs have been placed in Revere City Hall and Winthrop Town Hall.
"It is gaining steam and seems like a good
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look into it and make sure we do it the right
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Chelsea, Raising a Reader
Jordan Boys & Girls Club
Raising A Reader Massachusetts (RAR MA) is an
evidence-based early literacy
organization that helps families with young children (from
birth through age 6) develop,
practice, and maintain habits
of reading in the home ( HYPERLINK "http://www.raisingareaderma.org" www.raisingareaderma.org). RAR MA
has been working with schools
in Chelsea and Revere since
2006, and currently serves
around 3,000 families in these
two communities. At the John
Silber Early Learning Center
in Chelsea, RAR MA offers
free parent groups throughout the year. Participants will
learn crucial approaches on
how to help their children
succeed in school through interactive reading techniques
proven to stimulate effective learning. The first parent
group begins on Wednesday, Oct. 22 and meets for 5
weeks, with an 8:30-9:30am
session and a 5:00-6:00 p.m.
session offered to accommodate parents’ schedules (childcare available during evening
session). This group is open to
all parents and caretakers of
children ages 0-6.
--If you have any questions, please contact the RAR
MA Chelsea/Revere Public
School Program Coordinator,
Stacy Ceren, at [email protected], or ask your
child’steacher!
Full Group of Graduates from the John Silber Workshops.
Laura Keenan, outreach coordinator for Raising a Reader, and
Stacy Ceren of Raising a Reader pause for a photo last Thursday,
Oct. 2, during the McKinley School Workshop.
News and Notes
Member of the Month:
Each week, staff nominate
Area Leaders and All-Stars,
who are selected based on
their participation, positive
energy, helpfulness, and kindness. All of those Area AllStars are considered for Member of the Month, the members
(one from each age group),
who had an outstanding
month. Once again, the staff
had a tough time choosing just
one from each age group, as
there are so many deserving
members. For September, the
Members of the Month are
Khalani G. (Cadets), Angelina
V. (Juniors), James L. (Preteens), and David A. (Teens).
Thank you for being a great
role model for your peers and
younger members!
Afternoon
Schedule
Changes: The Club is open
for Club members, ages 6-18,
every afternoon Monday-Friday, from 2:00-6:00pm. Even
if you haven’t visited the Club
in a while, or if you only attended summer camp, you are
still a Club member! Stop in
today to update your application, make sure we have
your family’s contacts, and
come on down. For the coming month, we do have some
schedule changes for you to
be aware of. On Columbus
Day, Monday, October 13th,
we are closed; on the following Monday, Oct. 20th, we
are open from 9am-4pm, as
Chelsea Public Schools are
closed due to a Teacher Day.
On Thursday, October 30th,
we are closed for regular programs, but members can attend the Haunted House with
their parent or other adult after
4pm. Last year, we sold out
tickets and weren’t able to get
everyone through, so be sure
to come early! We are open
Halloween Day, Oct. 31st
from 2:00-6:00pm for regular
programs, plus a special Halloween party for members of
all ages during the afternoon,
just in time for those that want
to trick or treat to get out there
after dusk.
Daily Schedule Highlights:
The pool is open every afternoon, with free swim/games
every Monday and Friday
for ages 6-9, with a choice
of swim time at 3:00pm and
again at 4:30pm. Swim lessons are part of the fun on
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and
Thursdays. Older members,
ages 10 & up, have games and
pool activities every day at
3:45pm. And if you are interested in joining the swimteam,
see Trav to learn more about
the schedule and expectations.
The first swim meet takes
place on Saturday, November
1st.
Night Programs: Registration for the night programs has
already taken place earlier this
month, but there are still some
spots open in some of the evening activities. Check with
the lead staff for the program
you are interested in to see if
there is still room. On Mondays, there is Math Club, with
Patty; Circuit time for Teens
with Sean; Lights Camera
Action for 8-12 year olds with
Lindsey; and Young Men’s
Group for teens with John
Roberts. Check out the complete schedule at the Club.
Fun Friday Nights: This
Friday, Oct. 10th is Girls
Night, for ages 8 & up, starting at 6:30pm. On Friday,
Oct. 17th John Montes will
be bringing music, dancing,
games, and excitement for
Celebrando Latino. Parents
are welcome to attend, but
members, ages 8 & up, can attend without an adult for this
one. And keep on your calendar the Breast Cancer Awareness Night, the Fun Friday
for October 24th. Boys Night
will take place on Friday, Nov.
7th.
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Focus of New Federal Grants
At a press event on August 18, 2014, Curt Spalding,
Regional Administrator of
EPA Region 1, awarded two
$60,000 checks for work in
the Mystic River Watershed as
part of the EPA Urban Waters
Small Grant Program. The
Mystic River Watershed Association and Alternatives for
Community & Environment,
Inc., accepted the checks on
behalf of the diverse partners that will be collaborating on these environmental
improvement projects. The
event was held at the Park at
River's Edge along the Malden River in Medford. Also
in attendance were regional
EPA staff, Mayor Michael
McGlynn of Medford; John
Preotle of Preotle, Lane & Associates; Representative Paul
Donato; Jay Ash, City Manager of the City of Chelsea; and
representatives from Mystic
River Watershed Association,
Tri-City Community Action
Program, Alternatives for
Community & Environment,
Inc., Neighborhood of Affordable Housing, Chelsea Collaborative and Chelsea Creek
Action Group. After the press
event Curt Spalding and others enjoyed a boat tour of the
Malden and Mystic Rivers.
As part of this work, the
Mystic River Watershed Association (MyRWA) will
utilize a grant of $60,000 to
promote green infrastructure
in three environmental justice communities bordering
the Malden River – Medford,
Malden and Everett – through
education, outreach, planning
charettes, GIS analysis, modeling of pollutant source and
loads, development of a low
impact development (LID)
technical document, and analysis of zoning/ordinances.
The program will work directly with municipal staff to
provide training on the principles of green infrastructure,
to develop a technical green
infrastructure guidance document specific to the urban
environment, and to introduce key staff to the variety of
green infrastructure solutions
available.
A second $60,000 grant in
the Mystic River Watershed
was awarded to staff from
Alternatives for Community
& Environment, Inc., (ACE).
ACE will partner with the
Chelsea Creek Action Group
to assist environmental justice communities in implementing their Chelsea Creek
Community
Improvement
Plan. The project will engage
residents in reviewing and updating the community vision
for the Chelsea Creek; assist
them in understanding existing regulatory mechanisms
for protecting water quality;
and facilitate them in taking
a proactive role in the promotion of the Chelsea Creek as
an environmental, recreational, economic, and educational
resource.
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Getting Out
�Chicago’ sizzles at NSMT
By Sheila Barth
[email protected]
In the past few years, I’ve seen
John Kander and Fred Ebb’s musical hit, “Chicago,” five times.
While most productions emulated Bob Fosse’s remarkable, sexy
choreography, and the slinky
black lingerie costumes of the
original Broadway show, they
have dazzled with their own, singular strengths, making it exciting to see this musical over and
over again.
In the 2008 national touring
company production, Broadway
star Tom Wopat was overshadowed by his female co-stars and
a sleek ensemble.
At Reagle Theatre’s spectacular production last year, choreographer-director Gerry McIntyre,
(who wowed Broadway audiences starring as Billy Flynn and
also Ogunquit Playhouse theatergoers with his signature choreography and direction there,
too) allowed cast members to
incorporate their own strengths
and styles. В The kindest thing I can say
about the 2012 national touring
company production starring
former supermodel Christie
Brinkley at Boston’s Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre, is thank goodness for her
fabulous co-star, John O’ Hurley, and the superb ensemble,
because Brinkley was a dismal
disappointment.
“Chicago” was originally
conceived and written as a play
that debuted in 1926, penned by
then-Chicago Times journalist
Maurine Dallas Watkins. It was
retrieved and converted into a
musical by Bob Fosse and Fred
Kander in 1975, and revived later in the 1990s .
�Bent’
By Sheila Barth
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Riveting. Gripping. Realistic.
These words are uttered in hushed
tribute to Zeitgeist Stage Company’s superb production of Martin
Sherman’s two-act, hard-hitting
drama, “Bent,” the story of Nazi
Germans’ persecution of gays in
the 1930s, and their brutal, violent
purging of Hitler’s Sturmabteilung, (SA), storm division, a.k.a.
the Brown Shirts.
Zeitgeist Artistic Director-Director-Scenic Designer David J.
Miller invariably selects controversial, explosive plays that raise
social consciousness and awareness,and reaps awards for his prophetic, creative insight.
Miller chose Sherman’s emotional drama to kick off Zeitgeist’s new season because this is
the 35th anniversary of the U.K.
searing 1979 production. Since
then, “Bent” has been performed
in 40 countries, translated into 21
languages, and continues to send
chills up and down theatergoers’
spines, especially in the wake of
contemporary persecution and
violence against gays in countries
like Uganda, Russia and Arab
countries, where homosexuality is
considered a crime, punishable by
incarceration, beating, and death.
Miller also chose a superlative
cast -especially award-winning
Boston star, Victor Shopov portraying lead role Max, a gay, insensitive, narcissistic, self-indulgent conniver. Shopov’s intensity
is as raw and piercing as Miller’s
Watkins had covered the trials
of two beautiful young women accused of murder - Beulah
Annan and cabaret singer Belva Gaertner, in April and June
1924. Both were acquitted. They
are the basis of Watkins’ characters, vaudeville performer Velma Kelly, who killed her sister
and boyfriend, and Roxie Hart,
who’s married to colorless mechanic Amos Hart, but had an
affair with fickle, married furniture salesman Fred Casely. When
Fred threatened to leave Roxie,
she shot him. Roxie’s goal is to
see her name up in lights, as a
headlining performer. She figures her fame as a murderess is
her path to stardom.
Nothing was missing at North
Shore Music Theatre’s in-theround, production of “Chicago,”
(Sept. 23-Oct. 5). My sole complaint is its two-week run was
too brief.
electrified barbed wire fence encompassing Dachau concentration camp.
There’s also an underpinning
of survival, and the sordid, humiliating, painful lengths some
people endure to stay alive, even
if it means destroying their loved
ones.В In this case, hedonistic Max,
the displaced only son of wealthy
parents, wheels and deals his days
away, in alcoholic, drug-induced
fogs. He cares little about anyone
else, including Rudy, his sensitive, sweet, plant-loving dancer
roommate, who adores and fusses
over him. Portraying Rudy, Max’s sensitive foil, Mikey DiLoreto (also a
Boston award winner) is a bright
light amid the darkness, death,
and pending destruction blanketing Berlin in the 1930s. DiLoreto
injects levity and humanity here,
until soldiers command Max to
literally beat the life out of him.
As Rudy crumbles into a fetal position, theatergoers die inside with
him. В В В Fear overtakes humanity, and
the will to survive supersedes
all. The ugly truth looms loud
and clear, when Max and Rudy’s apartment is invaded by SA
troops, seeking Wolf, an amply
endowed, handsome young storm
trooper Max brought home during
a drug- alcohol-fueled night of
debauchery. Diego Buscaglia as
Wolf struts around nude, proud of
his virility; but he’s also the lover
of an upper-ranked officer, who
are both murdered during the infamous Night of the Long Knives,
13 Dole (out)
21 Pupil’s place
22 Uttered
23 Online airline deal
24 Fills with cargo
25 Arbitrary allowance for error
29 T-shirt sizes, for short
30 Black ball
31 BlackBerry Bold, e.g.
35 Logical character
36 Aconcagua is its highest peak
38 Mimic
39 Command for DDE
41 Generous slice
42 Diffused through a membrane
43 Night light
44 Clear
46 Carol opening
47 Aftershock
48 Computer shortcut
51 Domino’s nickname
52 Slick
Generally, “Chicago” is a fun,
splashy musical that requires a
large presidium stage; but from
Music Director Dale Rieling and
the orchestra’s first chords of the
razz-ma-tazz, jazzy overture and
throughout the show, the cast
enveloped theatergoers, standing above them on platforms, in
the aisles, talking, interacting,
and making individual contact,
sweeping onlookers into the action. Uniformed guards with billy clubs stood nearby and above
us, asking questions and admonishing patrons who appeared to
be potential “troublemakers”. Set in the roaring 1920s, when
crime, prohibition, murder and
mayhem ran supreme and the
fickle press chased after bigger,more scandalous news, headline-hungry murderesses awaiting trial or lingering on Death
Row, gained fame and freedom,
thanks to money-grabbing, egotistical, mouthpieces like Billy
Flynn.
Muted, musical strains beckoned our attention to the aisles
and stage, as Rieling and his
fabulous musicians revived the
Golden Age of Jazz with panache and pizzazz. And Paula
Peasley-Ninestein’s costumes
restored the cloched, fringed,
footloose fashions of the roaring
�20s..
Under Director-Choreographer Nick Kenkel, the main stars
added new dimensions to their
roles.Bahiyah Hibah was less
belligerent and egocentric as bad
girl Velma Kelly, and Heather
Parcells was more humorous as
Roxie. Liz McCartney unleashed
her powerful, fantastic voice as
big, bad Cook County prison
matron on the take, “Mama” Morton, especially in her solo,
“When You’re Good to Mama,”
and in her comedic duet with
Velma, “Nowadays/Hot Honey Rag”. Lauralyn McClelland
evoked sympathy as innocent
accused killer Hunyak the Hun-
garian, who’s doomed because
she can’t speak English and lacks
money to hire Flynn to represent
her.
Also pathetic was Nick Kohn,
portraying Roxie’s nebbish husband, Amos, who’s easily maneuvered, overlooked and underappreciated. His theme song,
“Mr. Cellophane,” emphasizes
his inability to gain respect.В В В В Ah, yes. Billy Flynn. Sean
McDermott was fabulously
sleazy, especially while warbling his splashy number, “All
I Care About is You,” to his female clients, while demanding
his $5,000 fee. Together, he and
Roxie created a sham during her
trial, with their puppet-like, testimony, turning the courtroom into
a circus.
Meanwhile, actor C. Simmons
surprised everyone as bleeding
heart reporter Mary Sunshine,
proving with Billy things aren’t
always what they seem.В В BOX OFFICE
when Himmler killed everyone he
deemed to be a threat or enemy of
Hitler (including gay officers).
Theatergoers can’t escape this
reign of terror. It’s in front of us,
around us, nearby, at the Boston
Center for the Arts Plaza Theatre.
Uniformed guards stand on duty
amid us.В Greta, (Brandeis University
student Ben Lewin), cross-dressing closet homosexual performer,
who’s married with children, but
earns “blood” money by turning
in gays to the Nazis, sings discordant scene introductions, motioning to us, making eye contact,
devoid of guile and guilt. Greta
gives Rudy and Max money to
escape Berlin, after admitting he
tipped off the Nazis about Wolf’s
whereabouts. Tracing Max’s capture, his
hideously mind-blowing wheelings-and-dealings, and hisВ finagling in Dachau to wear the
yellow star of the Jews instead of
homosexuals’ lower-register pink
triangle, are startling.
In the second act, Max bonds
with another sensitive, fragile
“queer” named Horst, (talented
Brooks Reeves) and works another infamous deal to get Horst
assigned to his senseless chore moving single large rocks back
and forth, across the prison yard,
to drive them insane. The two
men contrive a plan to outsmart
their captors and form a loving
bond, which Max was incapable
of before meeting Horst.В The
ending is electrifying.
Ronald Lacey is a command-
Crossword Puzzle
Across
1 Cellar process
6 Incline
10 Shady plan
14 Hilo veranda
15 Freshly
16 Scrabble piece
17 Panache
18 He caught Don’s 1956 World Series
perfect game
19 Bickering
20 *Miss
23 Tolkien’s Elrond, e.g.
26 One way to pace
27 Hold dear
28 *Simulated living room feature
32 Confounds
33 Poem of the countryside
34 Fort Meade-based govt. org.
37 Standards, briefly
38 Ottoman officer
39 Dan Patrick’s channel, formerly
40 Portland-to-Boise dir.
41 Frosh, next year
43 Scientific __
45 *Feature of many Bee Gees songs
48 Respectful address
49 Louis XIV, par exemple
50 Some 12-yd. soccer shots
51 Headline that would shock the Internet community (or, put another way,
hint to the divided word in each of the
answers to starred clues)
55 Takes steps
56 Land of Rama I
57 Poke
61 Gait slower than a canter
62 �Enry’s greeting
63 More-than-disappointing crowd?
64 Miffed
65 Textile worker
66 Amarillo’s home
Down
1 The Tanners’ adoptee, on TV
2 Lass
3 Garten of the Food Network
4 Newbie
5 Long-necked mammal
6 Five-time Grammy winner James
7 Playing a fifth qtr., say
8 Kid’s building block
9 Reinforced, as some dust bags
10 Radio interference
11 Immigrant test taker’s goal
12 Rocker Cooper
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53 Curly cabbage
54 Gin flavoring
58 Spar in the ring
59 Stop __ dime
60 Filmmaker Craven
Two-act drama by Martin Sherman, appearing with Zeitgeist Stage Company, through Oct.
11, at the Boston Center for the Arts Plaza Theatre, 539 Tremont St., South End, Boston.
Showtimes:Wednesday, Thursday, at 7:30 p.m.; Friday, 8 p.m.; Saturday, 4,8 p.m.; Sunday, 4 p.m.
Tickets:$25-$35; seniors, $20; students, $15. Call 617-933-8600, visit the Box Office at 527 Tremont
St., or online at www.BostontheatreScene.com. For more information, visit www.ZeitgeistStage.
com.
ing, robotic, and sometimes brutal
SS commander; Robert Bonotto
is realistic as Max’s closet-gay
uncle Freddie; while Lucas Cardona, Thomas Grenon and Josh
Clary nicely round out this exceptional cast.
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They hurl their bodies through
the air, across the stage. They
defy gravity on Chinese poles,
climbing upwards, then zooming
straight down, head first, without
crashing their skulls on stage.
They jump through hoops - literally - piled two, four, six-high,
above, below each other, or solo,
astounding audiences.
They perform simpler stunts,
too, in Montreal-based, Les 7
Doigts de la Main’s 90-minute,
one-act production, “Traces,”
appearing at the Emerson/Cutler
Majestic Theatre through Oct. 12.
Waiting for “Traces” to begin
last Wednesday, (the show started 25 minutes late), the large
tarp backdrop on stage turned the
camera on the crowd in the theater lobby, beaming their images
to the audience.
Early on, troupe members introduce themselves individually,
talking into a suspended microphone, swinging back and forth to
each other. Some performers have
foreign accents, making them
difficult to understand, but their
individual skills speak volumes,В collectively drawing gasps, oohs,
and aaaahs. Projected images and
shadows enhance the action on
stage. Later on, the troupe’s endearing baby and child photos are
touching.В Created by circus wonders
Shana Carroll, Gypsy Snider,
and five others in 2006, “Traces”
has appeared in 25 countries and
200 cities globally; won multiple awards; appeared on popular
TV-program, “America’s Got Talent” twice; was on TIME’s top 10
list in 2011; and was performed at
the Royal Variety Performance in
London and at New York City’s
Union Square Theater for a year.
The show’s theme is based on
a group of urban youths awaiting an unknown, devastating catastrophe. They have created a
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makeshift bunker and spend what
may be their last few hours of life,
doing uplifting, happy, creative
things together, while introducing themselves to us, and leaving
traces of their existence.
While they find ways to stay
entertained and let off some of
their youthful energy, danger is
ever-present outside. Swirling
spotlights, sirens, threatening
sounds send them scattering in
all directions, diving for cover,
eventually running outside, into
the aisles, and leaving the empty
stage as their finale.
Besides jaw-dropping, highrisk acrobatics, precision stunts,
gorgeous contemporary choreography, and a youthful, enthusiastic
joie de vivre, the group performs
simpler street stunts.
The urban shelter has a desk, a
few chairs, a piano, two poles, and
little else. One youth spends time
drawing and writing at the desk,
his images superimposed on the
iant backdrop. Others toy at the
piano, their range of talent running from fingering “Mary Had A
Little Lamb” to playing contemporary and classical pieces.
Friendship, flirting and competition arise during their troubled
times. A friendly game of basketball, a carefree, communal skateboarding and rollerskating segment binds them together; while
teeterboard jumps send Fletcher
Sanchez hurtling and tumbling
sky high, landing on a thick mat.
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circus icons, Les 7 Doigts de la Main, presented by Arts
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Cutler Majestic Theatre, 219 Tremont St., Boston. Showtimes:
Oct. 8-11, at 7:30 p.m.; Oct. 12, at 2 p.m.Tickets: $25-$79; group,student,senior discounts.Visit www.artsemerson.org, e-mail [email protected] or call the Box Office at 617-824-8400.
classical, hip-hop and jazz dance,
and specializes in Chinese pole,
trampoline wall and teeterboard.В LJ (Kayln) Marles of London
is a self-taught street and hip-hop
dancer, who specializes in aerial
straps; Lucas Boutin of France
performs juggling and acrobatics;
and Mathieu Cloutier, originally
from Gaspe, Quebec, Canada,
specializes in acrobatics, rollerblade and diabolo.
Although the entire troupe is
spellbinding and fun to watch,
21-year-old Hou Kai, of Henan
Province, China, is “Traces” spotlight stealer. He joined the China
Acrobatic Troupe at age 8, and
specializes in hoop diving, Chinese diabolo, tumbling, juggling
hat, Chinese pole, dancing and
martial arts.В В Seated on a stuffed chair, Naomie Zimmermann-Pichon reads
a book, tumbles backward, forward, walking with that chair on
top of her, playfully making us
laugh at her antics. In a stunning
contemporary, acrobatic dance,
she fends off romantic gestures
from Renaldo Williams. They are
a flawless team.В Naomie, who started training
in gymnastics at age 5, specializes in hand-to-hand. Williams,
who started training at age 12
in gymnastics, then acrobatics
and circus, attended the national
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graduated together in 2013. He
also specializes in hand-to-hand,
and tours with Zimmermann-Pichon.Together, they’re poetry in
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offstage gunshots, and other horrific reminders of an unspeakable
evil era - jar our souls, especially
in light of recentВ radical terror
groups� surge of violence. �Traces’
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Portillo, Jose
 Michael Clark Wonson’s dark
lighting, engulfs us in this sinister,
violent setting, and J. Jumbelic’s
stirring sound effects - moving
trains, loud, factory-type whistles denoting three-minute work
breaks in the concentration camp,
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EDITOR IN CHIEF: Cary Shuman
JOHN T. ANDREADIS
WAS AN OUTSTANDING
EDUCATOR
John T. Andreadis made learning mathematics fun because
he seemed to enjoy so much teaching his students and being in
front of the classroom opening up young minds to new mathematical concepts.
John T. Andreadis was admired and respected by his students,
his teaching colleagues, and the parents who had the opportunity to know this outstanding educator and school administrator.
Mr. Andreadis passed away on October 7.
His personality was sparkling. His style was energetic and
vibrant. His teaching methods were solid, putting forth a commitment to each and every student who looked up to him as a
role model.
John T. Andreadis was an integral part of a tremendous, caring faculty at Shurtleff that included such legendary junior high
teachers as Bill Sartorelli, Arnold Goodman, James Stafford,
Anthony DiGregorio, Saul Slavit, Dr. John Mahoney, Mary Raimo and others who brought out the best their students.
We remember the guidance and instruction John provided
to student-teachers such as Richard Fineran, who went on to
become such an excellent teacher himself and a Hall of Fame
volleyball coach.
Mr. Andreadis served as a principal at the Shurleff and Mary
C. Burke Schools where he no doubt carried on the fine tradition
of former principals such as Joseph E. Henry who was at the
helm of Shurtleff when he was a member of the faculty.
We want John T. Andreadis’s family and his children, especially, to know what a beloved teacher he was in this community. Mr. Andreadis gave everything he had to his students every
single day. He was a treasure and we are so grateful for having
been in his presence as students and as his colleagues in the
profession.
Thank you, Mr. Andreadis, for being a wonderful teacher and
a great man.
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to explode with opportunity
in the next 10 to 20 years. To
be ahead of the curve, they
want to have a plan ready so
that current residents aren’t
taken by storm when change
occurs.
“We need to have a plan
ready ahead of time for when
growth happens,” he said.
“People wake up and say,
�My neighborhood changed
and my City changed and I’m
not sure how that happened
and I don’t necessarily like
how it turned out.’ We don’t
believe that is the best way to
plan and we want to change
that.”
Bialecki said the Metro
North plan is the fourth region
for which they’ve prioritized
regional assets – an effort that
started several years ago with
the South Coast in Fall River.
However, Bialecki said Metro North leaders have come
together in a way that others
Chelsea Chamber Director Rich Cuthie chats with Winthrop
Town Manager Jim McKenna about the recreational and
boating opportunities Winthrop looks to advertise to the
Metro North region.
haven’t.
“These areas are working
together in a way that the
governor and I don’t see in
other places in this state,” he
said.
Among the short-term and
long-term areas cited in the
plan for priority development
were Revere Beach/Wonderland, East Boston’s Waterfront, Chelsea’s Everett Avenue Urban Renewal District,
Everett/Malden River Green,
Malden Center, Charlestown’s Sullivan Square and
Somerville’s Union Square –
among others.
Those leaders in attendance
were Chelsea’s Jay Ash, Revere Mayor Dan Rizzo, Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria,
Winthrop Town Manager Jim
McKenna, Malden Mayor
Gary Christianson, State Sen.
Sal DiDomenico, State Rep.
Paul Donato, and Melrose
Mayor Robert Dolan.
Mayors, town managers, state legislators, state officials and
city planners from nine communities gathered at Chelsea’s
Wyndham Hotel to unveil a land use plan for Metro North.
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State Sen. Sal DiDomenico with Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria and Chelsea City Manager Jay Ash.
At the meeting held in the Wyndham Hotel last Thursday,
City Manager Jay Ash spoke about how much Chelsea has
been enriched by hotels.
Parking/Continued from Page 1
find that boards and commissions do listen to city councillors and have a respect for
city councillors and our input
when we give it. If the Traffic
Commission hasn't heard of
the situation, obviously Councillor Recupero has and he
gets the calls asking for help.
I've had similar situations in
my district. That said, I think
it's working the way it should.
We're not experts on traffic
movements and I'm not sure
I'd like to get into the minu-
tiae of dealing with that. I'm
pretty confident something
could come of this if Councillor Recupero goes through
other channels."
But Recupero and some
other councillors are tired of
being restricted by a Charter
that has its roots in receivership and severely limits the
power of elected officials.
There was once a reason
for that, naturally, in Chelsea's
recent history.
Newer councillors like
Recupero feel that maybe it's
time to revisit some of those
restrictions.
"I'm elected to help the
people and time and time
again I am told that I don't
have the authority under the
Charter to help them," he
said. "I think maybe it's time
to look at those things. We're
the ones who are elected to do
these kinds of things."
Frank said that while he
did not agree with absorbing
Traffic Commission duties,
he would like to absorb more
power from boards like the
License Commission.
"Actually, I would prefer to
get a little more power back
from the License Commission whereas their decisions
have much more impact on
the residents and the neighborhoods," he said. "When a
bar goes into a neighborhood,
that can change things very
quickly and we should have
some say in that as elected officials."
Protect Mass Jobs to provide
information to voters about
the impact of our industry,”
said Wynn spokesman Michael Weaver. “Ultimately
and appropriately, the voters
of the Commonwealth will
decide. They deserve to have
factual information which
will allow them to make an
informed decision.”
Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria said he applauded
Wynn for deciding to get involved in the ballot question
because the question is confusing to voters.
“I think it’s absolutely necessary for everyone to get
involved so people know exactly what they’re voting on,”
he said. “There are people
who want casinos and think
they have to vote �yes,’ but a
�yes’ vote is against casinos. I
applaud Wynn for getting involved and I think they need
to be out there to set the record straight on many facts
of the Wynn site – getting the
right information out there
and not allowing others to distort the facts…The question is
written to fool people and to
trick people. These questions
are long and tedious and the
information needs to be out
there for people before they
go to the polls.”
The Everett �No on 3’ campaign – also called the Coalition to Protect Mass Jobs
– said they were glad to see
Wynn Resorts join their effort.
However, they said Wynn’s
resources didn’t change the
strategy of reaching people
face-to-face and through the
grass roots.
“It doesn’t change our game
plan, but Mr. Wynn definitely
brings credibility and strength
to the effort because he’s a
guy originally from Massachusetts and is so important
in the industry,” said Everett’s
Michael McLaughlin. “There
are things and strategies that
are going to happen no matter
who joins the fight. I am glad
Mr. Wynn joined because I
think he realizes this is about
getting the right information
out there about his project.
It’s about his duty at this point
to try to help us help his industry. I think that’s what he
did by joining the Coalition to
Protect Mass Jobs.”
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it impacts Chelsea and the
region as a whole. There are
many benefits of having 4,000
jobs and $1.6 billion in investment less than a mile from
our borders. I’m planning on
continuing to work on this
and hope to line Chelsea up
for more benefits if and when
the resort casino there does
open."
Ash also said he does plan
to support a 'No' vote on
Question 3 in the November
ballot - a vote that would be
for keeping the casino legislation and the Wynn project. He
said that despite being frustrated with the decision for
Wynn, he isn't backtracking
on the gaming industry.
"I’m disappointed with the
Gaming Commission decision, but that doesn’t change
the fundamental reasons why
I support expanded gaming
here in Massachusetts," he
said. "We’re exporting more
than $1 billion in investment,
tens-of-thousands-of-jobs,
and $400 million in tax revenues to Connecticut and
Rhode Island, and not getting
anything in return. We should
keep that investment, those
jobs and that tax revenue here,
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and we should enter into what
is a $50 billion industry in the
country. In Boston alone, there
are 20 million visitors a year.
Developing out resort casinos
will strengthen our tourism
and hospitality industries and
further broaden our economy
so we are not susceptible to
major downturns...In short, I
think we export too much and
have little to show for it, and
I believe we can create an industry here that can manage
the potential downside while
given us additional economic
and entertainment benefits."
After mostly staying out
of the casino repeal vote discussion, Wynn Resorts announced last weekend that
they would become involved
in the �No on 3’ campaign
over the next month.
When the casino company
won their license on Sept. 16,
officials from Wynn said they
hadn’t made a decision, but as
a rule their organization tended to stay out of ballot box
issues.
Last weekend, they changed
their tune and decided to defend the coveted license they
just won last month.
“We will participate with
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for the
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from qualified community-based organizations
(hereinafter referred to
as “Consultant”) to assist
the Chelsea Department
of Planning and Development on a consulting
basis to administer and
implement the City’s
new CDBG Housing
Rehabilitation Program.
Funding for the Housing
Rehabilitation Program
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Department of Housing
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Year 2014 Community
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Request for Proposals
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on or after October 13,
2014 by contacting
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and clearly marked
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Implementation Services
for the Chelsea CDBG
Housing Rehabilitation
Program” and submitted
to the Office of the Chief
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November 4, 2014.
The City of Chelsea
reserves the right to
accept any proposal, to
reject any or all proposals and to waive minor
irregularities and/or
formalities as it deems to
be in the best interest of
the City.
Submissions are
encouraged from Section
3, small, women-or
minority-owned and/or
disadvantaged persons
or firms. The City of
Chelsea is an AA/Equal
Opportunity Employer.
This Request for Proposals is in accordance with
M.G.L. Chapter 30B.
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Chief Procurement
Officer
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successor by merger to
Chase Home Finance, LLC
dated October 29, 2012
and recorded with said
registry on November
7, 2012 at Book 50455
Page 107, for breach
of the conditions of said
mortgage and for the
purpose of foreclosing,
the same will be sold at
Public Auction at 12:00
p.m. on November 5,
2014, on the mortgaged
premises located at 81
Grove Street, Chelsea,
Suffolk County, Massachusetts, all and singular
the premises described in
said mortgage,
TO WIT:
The land in Chelsea with
the buildings, Suffolk
County, Massachusetts,
# 81 Grove Street In
the present numbering,
being Lot Market F on
a plan by J. Lewis Carr,
dated February, 1916
and recorded with Suffolk Registry of Deeds,
Book 3490, Page 441,
bounded and described
as follows:
SOUTHWESTERLY: by
Grove Street, thirty-three
and 50/100 (33.50)
feet;
NORTHEASTERLY: by
Lot E on said plan,
eighty-nine and 18/100
(89.18) feet;
NORTHWESTERLY: by
Lot A on said plan,
thirty- three and 50/100
(33.50) feet; and
SOUTHEASTERLY: by
Lot G on said plan,
eighty-nine and 25/100
(89.25) feet.
Said premises contains
2989 square feet of
land and are conveyed
with and subject to right
to use the �’common
passageway’’ located
partly on said Lot F and
partly on said Lot Gas
owner and occupants of
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF
MORTGAGEE’S SALE
OF REAL ESTATE
By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale
contained in a certain
mortgage given by Claudia Arias to Mortgage
Electronic Registration
Systems, Inc., dated
August 29, 2008 and
recorded with the Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds
at Book 44005, Page
93, of which mortgage
the undersigned is the
present holder by assignment from Mortgage
Electronic Registration
Systems, Inc. to JP
Morgan Chase Bank,
National Association
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said Lots F and G.
Also granting hereby
any rights which I
have, if any to use the
five (5) foot common
passageway shown on
plan recorded with Suffolk Registry of Deeds
in Book 5080, Page
56 which passageway
on said plan is for the
benefit of Lots 1, 2, 3, 4,
5, 6, and 7.
For mortgagor’s(s’) title
see deed recorded with
Suffolk County Registry
of Deeds in Book 44005,
Page 91.
These premises will
be sold and conveyed
subject to and with
the benefit of all
rights, rights of way,
restrictions, easements,
covenants, liens or
claims in the nature of
liens, improvements,
public assessments, any
and all unpaid taxes,
tax titles, tax liens,
water and sewer liens
and any other municipal
assessments or liens or
existing encumbrances
of record which are in
force and are applicable,
having priority over said
mortgage, whether or
not reference to such
restrictions, easements,
improvements, liens or
encumbrances is made in
the deed.
TERMS OF SALE:
A deposit of Five Thousand ($5,000.00 ) Dollars by certified or bank
check will be required to
be paid by the purchaser
at the time and place of
sale. The balance is to
be paid by certified or
bank check at Harmon
Law Offices, P.C.,
150 California Street,
Newton, Massachusetts
02458, or by mail
to P.O. Box 610389,
Newton Highlands, Mas-
sachusetts 02461-0389,
within thirty (30) days
from the date of sale.
Deed will be provided to
purchaser for recording
upon receipt in full of
the purchase price. The
description of the premises contained in said
mortgage shall control in
the event of an error in
this publication.
Other terms, if any, to be
announced at the sale.
JP MORGAN CHASE
BANK, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER
TO CHASE HOME
FINANCE, LLC
Present holder of said
mortgage
By its Attorneys,
HARMON LAW OFFICES,
P.C.
150 California Street
Newton, MA 02458
(617) 558-0500
201010-2132 - PRP
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LEGAL NOTICE
(SEAL)
THE COMMONWEALTH
OF MASSACHUSETTS
LAND COURT
DEPARTMENT OF THE
TRIAL COURT
2014 MISC.486551
ORDER OF NOTICE
To:
Joan Maggio;Sherri
Maggio Sellards
and to all persons
entitled to the benefit of
the Servicemembers Civil
Relief Act, 50 U.S.C. App.
В§ 501 et seq.:
Green Tree Servicing LLC
claiming to have an
interest in a Mortgage
covering real property
in CHELSEA , numbered
104 HIGHLAND STREET,
given by Joan Maggio
and Sherri Maggio
Sellards to Mortgage
Electronic Registration
Systems, Inc., dated
October 23, 2006, and
recorded with the
Suffolk County Registry
of Deeds at Book 40634,
Page 104, and now
held by the Plaintiff by
assignment has/have
filed with this court a
complaint for determination of Defendant’s/
Defendants’ Servicemembers status.
If you now are, or recently have been, in the
active military service of
the United States of
America, then you may
be entitled to the benefits of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act. If
you object to a foreclosure of the above-mentioned property on that
basis, then you or
your attorney must file
a written appearance
and answer in this court
at Three Pemberton
Square,
Boston, MA 02108 on
or before November
10, 2014 or you will
be forever barred from
claiming that you are
entitled to the benefits
of said Act.
Witness, JUDITH C.
CUTLER, Chief Justice of
this Court on September
24, 2014
Attest:
Deborah J. Patterson
Recorder
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201407-0021-TEA
LEGAL NOTICE
MORTGAGEE’S NOTICE
OF SALE OF
REAL ESTATE
By virtue and in
execution of the Power
of Sale contained in a
certain Mortgage given
by Dimas Rodriguez
and Susana Villanueva
Portillo to Mortgage
Electronic Registration
Systems, Inc. as nominee
for First Horizon Home
Loan Corporation, its
successors and assigns,
dated December 22,
2006 and recorded with
the Suffolk County Registry of Deeds at Book
41029, Page 321, and
registered with Suffolk
County Registry District
of the Land Court as Document Number 773521
noted on Certificate of
Title Number 123759,
subsequently assigned
to MidFirst Bank by
Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc.,
acting solely as nominee
for First Horizon Home
Loan Corporation by
assignment recorded in
said Registry of Deeds
in Book 46597 Page
330 and registered at
Suffolk County District of
Land Court on Document
779637 and Certificate
of Title 123759, of which
the Mortgage the undersigned is the present
holder, for breach of
the conditions of said
Mortgage and for the
purpose of foreclosing
the same will be sold at
Public Auction at 10:00
AM on October 23, 2014
at 126-128 Congress
Avenue, Chelsea, MA,
all and singular the
premises described in
said Mortgage, to wit:
Borrower(s):
Dimas Rodriguez and
Susana Villanueva
Portillo
Property Address: 126128 Congress Avenue,
Chelsea, MA 02150
PARCEL ONE - UNREGISTERED LAND
The land in said Chelsea
with the buildings thereon, being shown as Lot A
on plan make by Joseph
R. Carr & Sons, C.E.,
dated September 1910,
recorded with Suffolk
Deeds, Book 3485,
page 165, bounded and
described as follows:
Southwesterly by
Congress Avenue,
twenty-nine and 58/100
(29.58) feet;
Southeasterly by Lot B
on said plan, fifty six
and 2/100 (56.02) feet;
Northeasterly by Lot C
on said plan, twenty nine
and 58/100 (29.58)
feet;
Northwesterly by land of
owner unknown, fifty-sic
and 2/100 (56.02) feet;
Being the same premises
conveyed by deed dated
October 28, 1920 and
recorded in the Suffolk
County District Registry
of Deeds in Book 4261,
Page 148.
PARCEL TWO - UNREGISTERED LAND
The land in Chelsea, is
known and numbered
128 Congress Avenue,
bounded and described
as follows:
About 1706 feet of land
and buildings thereon
known as number 128
Congress Avenue being
the property described
in Deed of Robert J. Rich
to Robert J. Gregory
Jr. of Damery Realty
Trust dated November
12, 1974, and recorded
with Suffolk Deeds Book
8755, Page 641.
Being the same premises
conveyed to Zena J.
Polesky by deed if the
City of Chelsea, dated
January 26, 1981 and
recorded in the Suffolk
Registry of Deeds in
Book 9670, Page 148.
PARCEL THREE - REGIS-
TERED LAND
That certain parcel of
land situated in Chelsea,
in the County of Suffolk
and Commonwealth of
Massachusetts, bounded
and described as follows;
SOUTHWESTERLY by Congress Avenue, ten and
26/100 (10.26) feet’
NORTHWESTERLY by Lot
C as shown on the plan
hereinafter mentioned,
sixty-two and 98/100
(62.98) feet;
NORTHEASTERLY by Lot
D as shown on said plan,
ten and 31/100 (10.31)
feet; and
SOUTHEASTERLY by land
now or formerly of Louis
Rosenberg and land now
or formerly of Harry
Rosenberg, sixty-four
964) feet.
Said land is shown as Lot
E in a subdivision plan
No. 5544-C, drawn by
C.B. Humphrey, Surveyor
for the Land Court, dated
August 19, 1920, filed
with certificate of title
No. 12379. The Above
described land is subject
to the restrictions set
forth in deed from Harry
Rosenberg to Louis Croll,
dated January 21, 1920,
filed and registered as
Document No 33728,
so far as the same may
be now in force and
applicable
For title reference see
deed at Book 40312,
page 125
the premises are to
be sold subject to and
with the benefit of all
easements, restrictions,
building and zoning
laws, unpaid taxes,
tax titles, water bills,
municipal liens and
assessments, rights of
tenants and parties in
possession.
TERMS OF SALE:
A deposit of FIVE THOU-
SAND DOLLARS AND 00
CENTS ($5,000.00) in
the form of a certified
check or bank treasurer’s
check will be required
to be delivered at or
before the time the bid is
offered. The successful
bidder will be required
to execute a Foreclosure Sale Agreement
immediately after the
close of the bidding. The
balance of the purchase
price shall be paid within
thirty (30) days from the
sale date in the form of
a certified check, bank
treasurer’s check or
other check satisfactory
to Mortgagee’s attorney.
The Mortgagee reserves
the right to bid at the
sale, to reject any and all
bids, to continue the sale
and to amend the terms
of the sale by written
or oral announcement
made before or during
the foreclosure sale. If
the sale is set aside for
any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be
entitled only to a return
of the deposit paid. The
purchaser shall have
no further recourse
against the Mortgagor,
the Mortgagee or the
Mortgagee’s attorney.
The description of the
premises contained in
said mortgage shall
control in the event of an
error in this publication.
TIME WILL BE OF THE
ESSENCE.
Other terms if any, to be
announced at the sale.
MidFirst Bank
Present Holder of said
Mortgage,
By Its Attorneys,
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The Chelsea Chamber of
Commerce joined with HarborCov in hosting the annual
Taste of Chelsea fundraiser at
99 Marginal St.
The many guests enjoyed
foods from several local
restaurants and businesses.
The proceeds will go to
HarborCov, who does out-
standing work in providing
shelter, resources, and support
for survivors of domestic violence and their children.
Chairman Joseph Vinard
led the organizing committee.
The event raised approximately $60,000 for HarborCOV.
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THE TASTE OF CHELSEA
HarborCov volunteers Ruthann Sneider and Nancy Slamet
with Michelle Martinez and Mayra Alberto of Pollo Campero.
Cheryl Matrinko, Michael Matrinko, and Mike Matrinko at
the New Brown Jug station.
Melissa Vo and Augdeli Guerrero of Fusion Foods.
Gina Guange, Peter Pascual, and Rohan Brown of the Wyndham Hotel.
Financial advisor Joseph Mahoney, Maria Malloy and Nancy Flores
of Golden Cannoli, and volunteer Margo Johnson.
Edward Burke of Dennis K. Burke Oil and May Zhang and Ying Lin of Mandarin Buffet.
his wife, Patricia Burke.
Chairman Joseph Vinard (back row, right), HarborCOV co-executive directors Kourou Pich
and Lynn Peters and the committee members and volunteers who helped make the 2014
Taste of Chelsea event an outstanding success.
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theВ winning column in a big wayВ with a 41-6
triumph over Minuteman Regional Vocational
School FridayВ evening under the lights at Chelsea
Memorial Stadium.
“This was a much-needed win for team morale,” said CHS head coach Mike Stellato, whose
Red Devils had fought well in previous contests,
only to fall short on the scoreboard.
Chelsea scored early and often, piling up 28
points in the first quarter in aВ variety of ways. After
Minuteman took the openingВ kickoff, Red DevilВ seniorВ defensive back Ely LoboВ read theВ second
Minuteman play fromВ scrimmage perfectly to
make anВ interception that he ran back 36 yards for
a pick-six. Lucas DeoliveiraВ booted the first of his
five PATsВ on the night to make it a quick-as-a-flash
7-0 Chelsea lead.
After the CHS defense forced a puntВ on the
next Minuteman possession, the Red Devils were
back in business at their own 45. Three plays later,
Chelsea was in the end zone again, this time on
a 24 yard pass from quarterback Albie Alicea to
Francisco Mercedes.В Chelsea thenВ surprised Minuteman with an onside kick that was recovered by Kalvin Duran at
the MinutemanВ 45. The RedВ Devil offense needed
just six plays to reach paydirt, with senior Sammy
Rivera going in from the two.В Minuteman took the ensuing kickoff and started at its own 40, but another Minuteman fumble in
the backfield was scooped up by CHS seniorВ linebacker Moises Cassado, whoВ scooted 40 yards for
the score. Deoliveira’s fourth PAT made it a 28-0
contest before either team had broken a sweat.
The Red Devils tacked another six points onto
its lead before the half ended when a Minuteman
puntВ deflected off the helmet of a Minuteman
player and CHS senior Josue Theomsy recovered
the loose pigskin. AliceaВ capped the Chelsea drive
with a 10 yard run into the endzone for a 34-0
ChelseaВ advantage at the half.
The teams traded TD’s after the intermission.
Alicea connected with Nelson Vega for a 30 yard
scoring strike in the third period and Minuteman
got on the board thanks to a bad Chelsea snap that
wasВ pounced on by a Minuteman player in the
CHSВ end zone.
Stellato cited a host of his charges for
theirВ fineВ performances in the victory effort, including quarterback Alicea, his offensive line of
center Petherson Braga, guards Christian Calix
and Christian Caceres, and tackles Ennys Hernandes and Deoliveira, and running back Yvad
Rosado. On theВ other side of the ball, the coach
lauded the play of Casado, Lobo, Nelson Vega,
and Deoliveira.
The Red DevilsВ will face a stiff battle this week
when they travel to Malden Catholic Stadium to
take on a 5-0 Mystic Valley squad Saturday evening. Kick off time is set for 7:00.
В BoysВ soccer team
splits twoВ contests
The Chelsea High boys soccerВ team split its
two contests this past week, defeating Lynn Tech
4-0 and then falling to non-league, Division 1В archival Everett, 2-0 Monday eveningВ under the
lights at Everett Stadium.
The 4-0 triumph at Tech did not come as easily as the final score might indicate. After the first
matchВ between the teams, in which the Red Devils
cruised to a 5-0 triumph just the week before, Tech
placed a double-team on CHS scoring star Carlos
Cartagena, who had scored a hat trick in thatВ first
game in the first half.В TheВ result was a nil-nil deadlock through the
first 40 minutes of play. However, the Red Devils
made some adjustments after the intermission and
soon took control of theВ contest. Senior midfielder
Alan Garcia reached the back of the Tech net at the
10-minute mark with a nice strike from just inside
the 18. With Tech continuing to guard Cartagena
closely, Derilson DePina began to takeВ advantage
of some openВ space. Cartagena in turnВ began to
release the ball more quickly, and theВ result was
aВ succession of three goals by DePina on which
Cartagena provided a pair of assists.
“Carlos made some nice passes under pressure
and Derilson made some nice shots,” said CHS
assistant coach Evan Protasowicki. Monday’s battle with Everett, the Red Devils’
ancientВ archival across the Parkway, proved to be
an epic battle between the teams. Chelsea came
into the contest at a big disadvantage with Cartagena, Chelsea’s top scorer,  on the sidelines with
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an ankle injury he had suffered in the Lynn Tech
contest. Then, 10 minutes into the contest,  DePina, the Red Devils’ next leading scorer, broke
his wrist, causing him to leave the field for theВ remainder of the match.
However, the Chelsea team fought fiercely in
the face of the adversity. In the first meeting between the teams a few weeks ago at the start of the
season, the Crimson Tide pretty much dominated
enВ route to a 4-0 triumph. However, theВ second
time around proved to be another story, as ChelseaВ played more physically and kept paceВ with an
Everett team that is one of theВ strongest Crimson
TideВ sides in the past few years.
After the teamsВ battled through aВ scoreless
first half, in which CHSВ freshmanВ keeper Angel
Figueroa made some superb saves, Everett captain
Edgar Escobar delivered a pair of powerfulВ strikes
from 30-yard range that caught the upper reaches of the CHS net that proved decisive. “Angel
has been improving game-by-game and it truly
has been a pleasure to see him develop his game
as the season has progressed,” said Protasowicki. “Both of the Everett goals were superb shots
which no one could have stopped.”
However, despite the defeat, the CHS coaching staff was upbeat about the Red Devils’ performance. “It may have been our best effort of the
year,” noted Protasowicki. “Everybody contributed and we played with fire. It was exciting to see
how much we’ve improved since we first played
Everett.”
Everett High head coach Oswaldo Constanza
agreed. “Chelsea showed a  huge improvement
from the first time we played them,” said Constanza. “Mick (CHS head coach Mick Milutinovic) does a great job every year and he has done
it again with a young team.”
Despite the ferocity they displayed on the field
for 80 minutes, the teams shook hands afterwards in a fine display of sportsmanship. “Both
teams have a lot of respect for each other,” said
Constanza. “We play each other hard, but afterwards, we’re able to put that aside and congratulate the other on a well-played match.”
The Red Devils, whoВ now stand at 6-3-1 on the
season, entertain Marblehead today (Thursday) in
another non-leagueВ encounter and travel to Essex/
North ShoreВ tomorrow. Next Wednesday, Greater Lowell comes to town В for a contest that could
decide theВ championship of the CAC Large. The
teams battled to a 1-1 draw in their first meeting.
CHS girls top
Shawsheen Tech
The Chelsea High girls cross country team
earned its first victory of the season against a divisional opponent of the Commonwealth Athletic
Conference with a runaway 17-42 triumph over
Shawsheen Tech in Billerica last Wednesday.
Lady Red Devil Wendy Becerra was the overall
winner of the race, crossing the line in 23:54. CHS
co-captain Katherine Cabral was second with a
time of 24:08.
Clarissa Sosa held off a strong finish by the
first Shawsheen runner to finish third.В The trio
of Owliyo Mohamud in 25:49, Melanie Nguyen
(25:52), and Tiana Jurisic (25:55), who В finished
six seconds apart, were fifth, sixth and seventh respectively.
“We ran really well,” said CHS head coach
Don Fay. “Our top two girls had solid times, our
third battled hard at the finish to beat everyone
from Shawsheen, and our four, five, and six girls
all ran together and finished six seconds apart.В This meet will hopefully give us some confidence
for our future races.
“Overall, our top six girls were within two minutes of each other which is a great improvement
from earlier in the year,” added Fay.
On the boys’ side, the Red Devils were not as
fortunate.В The boys started out well on the twoloop course.
“I would say we were probably winning, or very
close to winning, halfway through the race,” noted
Fay. “Unfortunately in the second half Shawsheen
wore us down and beat us pretty well.”
Jeffrey Estrada was the first Chelsea finisher in
fourth place.В Jansel Claudio was sixth, Sam Hernandez was seventh, Eric Orellana was eighth and
Josue Vargas was ninth. The final tally showed
Shawsheen prevailing, 21-34. “We had a decent group together, but to win
we needed to be closer to the front of the pack,”
said Fay. “The boys are still working hard and are
looking to get better throughout the season.”
Both the boys and girls were scheduled to
host Greater Lowell at Admiral’s Hill yesterday
(Wednesday).
The Batch Yard, a 328unit luxury loft-style apartment community located at
25 Charlton Street in Everett,
MA, held a Grand Opening
Party on October 1st to celebrate the successful opening of the development and
to recognize the groups who
worked to bring the project to
completion. Of the 300 people
in attendance, guests included
Andy Montelli, Developer and
Principal at Post Road Residential, Greg Bialecki, Secretary of Housing and Economic Development for the State
of Massachusetts, numerous
local dignitaries, current residents, and prospective tenants.
In addition to members of
the Post Road Residential development team, representatives of The Bozzuto Group
were in attendance to show
their support for the successful
project. Interest in the Batch
Yard has been high since
opening in August of 2014,
with the property experiencing strong leasing activity in
recent weeks.
“Our goal was to build a
loft-style community close
to Boston with easy access to
public transportation,” commented Montelli. “The old
Charleston Chew Factory had
great bones with a desirable
location – just one mile from
Charlestown and three miles
from the North End of Boston.
We reclaimed many materials
from the old factory and reused them in the completely
renovated building, then commissioned eight New England
artists to further highlight
and decorate this tremendous
space. The result is a beautiful loft project featuring hotel-quality amenities and common spaces that are unequaled
in the Boston area.”
As a restoration of the former Charleston Chew Candy
Factory near the intersection
of Route 99 and Route 16, the
development team completely renovated the old factory
structure resulting in an updated and luxurious feel with nods
to the building’s history, such
as the creative use of existing
building structures thoughtfully matched with modern
design and conveniences. Attendees were invited to tour a
model unit, explore the large
community common areas,
and soak in breathtaking views
of Downtown Boston from the
expansive rooftop lounge area.
Of special interest were some
Bill Hart, Chelsea City Manager Jay Ash, Stacey DeMaria, Mayor
Carlo DeMaria Jr., Attorney Richard O’Neill, State Rep. Wayne
Matewsky, and Louis Sierra Jr.
A luxury loft-style apartment at The Batch Yard is pictured
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of the Batch Yard’s character-rich details and finishes
including wood paneling and
flooring that was reclaimed
and re-milled from the site,
hand-sculpted
Charleston
Chew metal door handles, artwork by well-known New England artists, a sophisticated
library complete with a collection of cocktail shakers, and
an inviting lobby fireplace.
While the guests marveled
at the development’s interior
and exterior spaces, catering service Seasons to Taste,
which recently won a Boston
Magazine “Best of Boston
Award”, circulated delicious
“modern comfort” appetizers.
Additionally, local brewery,
Idle Hands Craft Ales, offered
a seasonal beer selection, providing a true taste of Everett.
Recently nominated for the
Boston Music Awards Pop/
R&B Act of the Year, local recording artist Louie Belloled
the musical entertainment,
creating an upbeat setting for
attendees to converse and enjoy the evening.
At the Batch Yard, renters
can choose from loft-style
studio, one, two, or three bed-
room apartment homes ranging from 648-1,356 squarefeet with designer floors,
baths, and kitchen areas. The
community boasts unique
amenities including a large
roof deck lounge with unimpaired views of Downtown
Boston and surrounding areas,
an outdoor swimming pool
and movie theatre with grilling stations, pet activity areas
and washing station, dedicated covered parking, a bike
storage and repair room, an
expansive fitness center, and
multiple indoor and outdoor
community gathering spaces
complete with free Wi-Fi.
Developed by Post Road
Residential and managed by
The Bozzuto Group, the Batch
Yard is a 100% smoke-free
environment located just three
miles from Downtown Boston via car, multiple local bus
stops, and nearby orange line
access at Wellington and Sullivan Square MBTA Stations.
The event was organized and
managed by Carrie Richards,
Director of Events at Nickerson.
Photo left: Michelle Bertulli of
the Batch Yard sales and marketing team, with her parents,
Danielle Bertulli and Henry
Bertulli.
Photo right: Mike Desmond,
Inspectional Services Department of Everett, Bill Hart,
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SUFFOLK DOWNS CLOSING IS THE END OF AN ERA
race; closes after 79 years
of operation
Photos and Story by Joe Prezioso
It was a sad day at Suffolk
Downs last Saturday, and the
grey, dreary day reflected the
mood as thousands descended upon the historic oval to
take in what is likely to be the
last day of thoroughbred racing in New England.
It was a cloudy and rainy
day on Sat., Oct. 4, at Suffolk
Downs as the card was set
for the final day of competition. More than 9,000 people
lined the homestretch of the
79-year-old track to watch
the final nine races to be held
there.
The track was muddy and
fast, with die-hard race fans
and new race fans there to
send the track off with the
best of good-byes. Bets were
made, money was made and
lost, but people were smiling and not sad. Many said
they believe the track will be
bought by someone new and
re-opened in the spring.
However, that’s all up in
the air right now with no definite sources, and Saturday
was about racing – pure thoroughbred racing – and not casinos or ownership strife.
From the first race, “The
Eddie Wrack” to the last race,
“The Seabiscuit,” it was a
fun-filled day with many tears
shed. Most people braved the
rain to see the races. The races of the day were all named
after historical events that
have taken place at Suffolk
Downs or famous horses that
have raced at Suffolk Downs.
In between the live races,
historical races on video and
trivia facts about the track
were being broadcast to the
crowd.
For those involved in the
actual racing, including some
jockeys, Saturday was the
end of an era.
Third generation racer
Janelle Campbell of Revere
has known racing all her life.
She and her aunt, legendary
jockey Tammi Piermarini,
will be heading to a new track
to race.
“I am always sad at the end
of a meet; always sad the last
day because I hate leaving
home,” said Campbell. “This
is where my heart is; my family. This is my house.”
Piermarini compared the
job of being a jockey to that
of being in a carnival in the
sense that they have to travel
to work.
“This is my job and I accept it as my life,” said Piermarini.
Eighth Note Stable’s Bo
Badger won the last race of
the day, dubbed “The Seabiscuit.” Jockey Taylor Hole
rode the horse.
The five-year-old horse
will likely be the last horse to
win a race at Suffolk Downs,
as will jockey Taylor Hole.
And they’re off! The last race of the day leaves from the gates on Saturday.
Jockey David Amiss was awarded the leading jockey award for
2014. Amiss, a finalist in 2014 for the prestigious George Woolf
Memorial Jockey Award, spent the season engaged with veteran
rider Dyn Panell in the pursuit of the leading rider title at Suffolk.
Amiss locked up the title in the second race Saturday with a victory aboard Justforgetaboutit ($13) and finished the season with 62
wins from 295 starts. He has won with 21 percent of his mounts
for earnings of $622,548.
Roman Synnott pets a horse before the start of the racing. This was the boy’s first time at the track, and likely his last at this track.
Encomium, ridden by Pierre Tomas, during the fourth race,
dubbed "The Beatles.” The race was named as such because The
Beatles held one of only two concerts in Boston at Suffolk Downs.
The first race of the day, "The Eddie Wrack," named after the horse
that won the first race at Suffolk Downs in 1935, was a muddy
race. Here #3 Concorde's Fizz ridden by Chelsey Keiser makes her
way to the finish.
A die-hard track devotee takes a look at the scratchboard prior to
one of Saturday’s races.
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SUFFOLK DOWNS CLOSING IS THE END OF AN ERA
NEHBPA has the funds, but not the venue for horse racing
By John Lynds
With the last day of live
racing held at Suffolk Downs
on Saturday the New England
Horseman’s Benevolent and
Protective Association (NEHBPA) will have money to
run races under the state's
expanded gaming law but no
venue to run.
Under the gaming law
there is potential for upwards
of $25 million a year once the
state's casinos are built that
will put into a Thoroughbred
fund to expand purses and
keep racing alive in the state.
However, with Suffolk
Downs losing its casino license bid to Wynn Everett the
NEHBPA is stuck between a
rock and a hard place. With
the promise of a percentage
casino revenues to run live
racing but no track the horsemen have pitched a plan to
try and keep racing at Suffolk
Downs--at least for the short
term.
Last week the horsemen
submitted an application to
the Massachusetts Gaming
Commission to conduct live
thoroughbred racing at Suffolk Downs in 2015. The NEHBPA will meet with Suffolk
Downs ownership this week
to pitch a plan to lease the
historic racetrack for possibly
three years.
"The Suffolk Downs ownership is looking at all reasonable options for the property
including short term interest
from the horsemen and longer
term development opportunities," said Suffolk Downs
COO Chip Tuttle. "The reality
of the economics to continue
live racing and paying purses
are broken and changing operators is not going to change
the basic math of paying for
all the expenses involved in
operating a live race meet.
With that said we are interested to hear their plan and how
they plan to make it work."
Under state law, an application for 2015 racing dates
was required to be filed by
October 1. At a recent public
hearing the gaming commissioners agreed to accept what
they termed "placeholder"
applications indicating an operator’s "intent to race". That
application may be amended
after the fact.
"The horsemen’s application is for one date but the
number of days requested will
be amended," said Anthony
Spadea, NEHBPA president.
"We needed to meet today’s
deadline and that is why our
application is a placeholder
at this stage. We are currently involved in discussions
with the management of Suffolk Downs about leasing the
racetrack. At this stage, the
discussions are preliminary so
we need more time before a
final and detailed application
can be submitted. Our organization is grateful to the gaming commission for allowing
placeholder applications."
After the Mass Gaming
Commissions decision to
grant a gaming license to
Wynn, Suffolk Downs announced that they would not
submit a dates application
for 2015. Live racing ended
on Saturday and simulcasting
operations will cease as of the
end of 2014.
Under present state law, a
minimum of 65 racing days is
required for 2015.
According to an independent study conducted in
2013, there are 1,500 people
who hold direct and non-direct jobs in the state’s Thoroughbred industry, which has
an annual economic impact
of more than $116 million.
Moreover, there are 62 farms
in the Commonwealth which
breed Thoroughbreds and another 71 farms where Thoroughbreds reside, accounting
for 6,650 acres of open green
space.
"We continue to explore
all possible options for the
survival of Thoroughbred racing in New England, which is
critical for all of the dedicated
horsemen and horsewomen,
the breeders, and everyone
else employed in our industry.
We remain optimistic that an
agreement which is economically feasible can be reached
with Suffolk Downs so that
we can race our horses there
next year," Spadea said. "We
appreciate the compassion of
the ownership and management of Suffolk Downs, who
are working with us to make
sure we have the probability
of a place to race in 2015."
Rachel Hunt (left) and her son, August, watch the races with excitement.
Evan, Francesca and Anders Butsch looked for the numbers and names of the horses they watched
in Saturday’s races.
Appropriately enough, it was a photo finish for the last race with #12 Indy's Illusion and #2 Bo Badger neck-and-neck during “The Seabiscuit.” Bo Badger won the race after a review.
Revere native Frank Bertolino
of Monarch Stables received
an award for being the leading
owner of 2014. Bertolino's
Monarch Stables earned its
fourth consecutive leading
owner title with 21 trips to the
winner's circle.
Chip Tuttle, the track's chief operating officer, was very somber on
the closing day as he was interviewed by a number of reporters.
Tammi Piermarini, embraces her friends at Suffolk Downs at the
end of the racing day and the end of her time here in Revere.
She will be leaving and looking for a new home to race from,
but hopes she will be able to return to Revere where she and her
niece, Janelle Campbell, have been part of three generations of
racing at Suffolk Downs.
More than 9,000 people showed up for he last day of racing at the track.
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SUFFOLK DOWNS CLOSING MARKS THE END OF AN ERA
Piermarini combined legendary
jockey status, working mother role
By Seth Daniel
The regimen of today’s
working mother is nothing
short of miraculous.
From getting the kids up
to feeding the dog to putting
food on the table, working
mothers do all that and also
deal with pregnancy, school
issues and the pressures of the
working world.
Tammi Piermarini is just
that kind of working mother, and when she falls off the
horse at her job, she’s not
afraid to jump back on – and
that’s meant literally.
You see, Piermarini, now
46, is not only a mother, but
also a prize-winning jockey at
Suffolk Downs.
In 2007, she celebrated
her 27th year as a jockey at
Suffolk Downs and did so
by winning her first coveted
Jockey’s Title – only the third
woman to do so in the history of the historic oval. Additionally, in 2008, the New
England Turf Writers Association announced her as the
winner of the 2007 Eli Chiat
Memorial Award for the most
outstanding jockey at the
track.
She said that her career had
been one of tough luck prior to 2007, riding at Suffolk
Downs the entire time and
frequently just missing out on
outstanding years. She said
she even called it quits once.
“This is my first title, but
I’ve come so close before,”
she said in a 2008 interview
with the Journal. “I’ve been
a person with bad luck. I’ve
been sidelined with things
and have had broken bones.
I always had bad luck when I
got close. This year luck was
with me and God was with
me. Now, here we are on top
of the stack.”
What is truly remarkable,
though, is Piermarini’s dedication to her family and her
sport – with her and her husband, John (also her agent),
often logging in 15-hour days.
Like most mothers, she
has to get the kids ready for
school, keep the house in order, commute back and forth
to work, and feed the dog.
“It’s a long day and a tough
day,” she said. “The high
point is when I get home and
my kids run to me and greet
me with hugs and kisses. Unfortunately, I’m not always
the happiest person to come
home to because I’m tired
from having rode horses all
day. I’m exhausted when I get
home and then I have to think
about laundry and keeping
house. I usually can’t wait to
hit the bed. That’s sweet.”
Even more impressive than
her daily grind is the fact that
she once rode while three
months pregnant and then returned to riding only 45 days
after giving birth.
In 2006, Piermarini missed
most of the riding season as
Tammi Piermarini.
she was pregnant with her
third child. In the winter before the 2006 Suffolk Downs
season, she had been riding
in Tampa and learned of the
pregnancy. However, it didn’t
stop her. She kept riding up to
the time she was 3 ВЅ months
pregnant, never telling any of
her competitors.
“When I returned to Tampa with a newborn the next
year, all the guys were doing
the math and they figured out
that I had been pregnant when
I was down there,” she said.
“Then they figured out that
they had been beat not only
by a woman, but also by a
pregnant woman.”
While many jockeys would
forego the season after missing so much, Piermarini did
not do so in 2006. As stated
above, just 45 days after giving birth – and with a C-section to boot – Piermarini was
on the back of a horse, determined to get back in shape for
the following year.
“I hadn’t even had my six
weeks leave yet,” she said. “I
had a C-section and wasn’t
even 100 percent healed, but
I got on anyway. My first day
riding I rode six races and in
the last race I went over the
rail, head over heels. I had to
go to the hospital, but I was
alright.”
Hearing such stories, it becomes obvious that Piermarini is more than a tough cookie, she’s actually a dedicated
jockey willing to do anything
to succeed in her sport.
However, there’s one thing
that she will not do, and that
is sacrifice her family or leave
them behind. It is one reason
that she and her husband have
continued with such a great
marriage.
“My family comes first
and I won’t be separated from
them,” she said, noting that
they have moved across the
country several times with
their kids. “Sadly, that’s what
brings about a lot of marriage separations for athletes
as well as for actors and actresses. It’s tough to have this
kind of life…I’d rather lose,
be with my family and keep
them together than to work
and win separated from them.
They go everywhere with me.
If it’s not working for our
whole family, we’ll go somewhere else. They’ll be with
me to the end.”
A version of this article
originally appeared in a 2008
edition of the Revere Journal.
Frank Bertolino of Monarch Stables received an award for being the leading owner of 2014. He’s pictured with family members and
friends, including Revere City Councillor Arthur Guinasso (fourth from left).
Most Jockeys, like Pierre Tomas, were happy to race Saturday, but
sad to see it end at Suffolk Downs.
As the day went on the track became muddier and muddier, but that didn't stop the horses from running and doing what they love.
Here is a shot from the seventh race of the day, "The Skip Away.”
A muddy jockey, Chelsey Keiser, exits the track to be weighed in.
Leading trainer Jay Bernardini received a plaque for being 2014 Leading Trainer of the Year from Suffolk Downs’s Jessica Paquette.
Bernardini has been a trainer for 30 years at Suffolk Downs.
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A muddy Janelle Campbell on Half a Note. Revere resident Campbell is a third generation Suffolk Downs jockey who has known
horse racing her whole life - starting with her grandfather, and
believes racing will return to Suffolk Downs. In the meantime, she
said she would be heading to Tampa to race. “I am always sad at
the end of a meet, always sad the last day because I hate leaving
home. This is where my heart is, my family. This is my house," she
said.
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OBITUARIES
James �Jimmy’ Palladino
Jean Tomasik
Essex County Sheriff’s Department Retiree
Square Cab Retiree
James J. “Jimmy” Palladino
passed away at
the
Oceanside
Skilled Nursing
and Rehabilitation Center in
Hampton, NH, where he had
been receiving supportive
care. He was 65 years old.
Born in Chelsea, the son of
John and Robina (McKinley)
Palladino, he attended Chelsea schools and was a graduate of Chelsea High School.
He enlisted in the US Army,
served during the Vietnam Era
and was honorably discharged
in 1970.
After returning home to
Chelsea, he furthered his education attending Essex Community College receiving his
Associates Degree in Criminal Justice. Jimmy worked for
15 years as the head bartender
at the Continental Restaurant
in Saugus. He also worked
as a Drug and Alcohol Abuse
Counselor for C.A.B. in Salem and most recently for
the Essex County Sheriff’s
Department, retiring in 2007.
Jimmy enjoyed golf, fishing
and walking the beach.
He was the
loving
son
of
Robina
(McKinley)
Palladino
of
Chelsea
and
the late John Palladino; dear
brother of Jack Palladino and
his wife, Michele of El Mirage, AZ, Joel Palladino and
his wife, Paulette of Danversand JayPalladino and his
wife, Kathy of Kensington,
NH. He is also survived by
many nieces and nephews.
Relatives and friends are
most kindly invited to attend
a memorial gathering in the
Cardinal Cushing Pavilion
(inside St. Michael the Archangel Chapel), Chelsea Soldiers Home, 91 Crest Ave. on
Saturday, October 11 beginning at 9 a.m. to be followed
by a Funeral Mass inside the
Chapel at 10 a.m.Funeral
Arrangements entrusted to
the care and direction of the
Anthony
Memorial-Frank
A. Welsh and Sons Funeral
Home.Tosend expressions of
sympathy, please visit www.
WelshFuneralHome.com.
В Jean (Rich) Tomasik, born
in Boston and a long time resident of Chelsea, passed away
on September 30 at the Chelsea Jewish Nursing Home
where she had been receiving
supportive care. She was 80
years old.
For over 10 years, until
her retirement in 2001, she
worked for Square Cab as an
operator and office coordinator.
She was the devoted wife
of the late Stanley Tomasik;
beloved mother of Elizabeth
Estabrook of Farmington,
NH, Dianna Stephenson and
her husband, Frank, Debra
Mitchell and her husband,
Danny and Mary MacDonald
and her husband, Hugh, all of
Chelsea, Stanley Tomasik and
his wife, Nancy and stepson
Richard Tomasik and his wife,
Theresa, all of
Port Charlotte,
FL. She was
the cherished
grandmother of 14 and great
grandmother of 18 and is also
lovingly survived by many
nieces and nephews.
Funeral arrangements were
by the Smith Funeral Home,
Chelsea. Committal Services
were private. Expressions of
sympathy in Jean’s name may
be made to Massachusetts
Alzheimer’s Association, 480
Pleasant St., Watertown, MA
02472. To send a message of
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He was the loving son of the
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SNOW REMOVAL
OPERATORS & LABORERS
By Owner
TOP PAY for Snow/Heavy Equipment Op’s/CDL
Drivers with Class A, B, C and hoisting licenses. TWIC
cards preferred, but will help/train to obtain licenses.
Positions at Logan Airport; Conley Terminal and City
of Boston. Contact American Sweeping/Aero Snow
Removal at 617-379-3553 or stop by 84 Tenean
Street, Dorchester, MA 9am-5pm, M -F, Or, visit us at
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• 233
WANTED
TO BUY
WINTHROP: Apartment
share. Furnished
bedroom in large
apartment. Beautiful
view of harbor. Large
common area. On bus
line. $700 includes heat
and electric. 617-3316995
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USED FURNITURE. One
nightstand – 2 drawers;
one bureau – single,
5 drawers; one metal
closet with mirror. AS
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Steve (cell) 781-9752455
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APTS.
FOR RENT
REVERE: 1 bedroom
apartment. All inclusive.
Smoking, NO. Pets, NO.
Street parking. 781286-4582
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• 131
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RENTALS
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included, available 3-6
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FURNISHED OFFICE
space. REVERE. 203
Squire Road. Entire
2nd floor. 1,200 s.f.
Furnished. $1,250
month. Call Alex 617930-2831
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Professional office
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glass shelves and lower
drawers with storage.
$500.00 firm. Call Dave
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Saturday Oct. 11
9AM-3PM
Barbie Collection, table saw, various tools,
exercise equipment, golf equipment,
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fun-loving. She is the
proud owner of a
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LEGAL NOTICE
C
COMMONWEALTH
OF MASSACHUSETTS
THE TRIAL COURT
PROBATE AND
FAMILY COURT
Docket No.
SU14D1861DR
ORDER FOR
SERVICE BY
PUBLICATION
AND MAILING
Suffolk Probate
and Family Court
24 New Chardon St.
Boston, MA 02114
(617)788-8300
Regina Waithira
Brown-Ngugi
vs.
Michael Clark
Brown
Upon motion of plaintiff
for an order directing the
defendant, to appear,
plead, or answer, in
accordance with Mass.R.
Civ.P./Mass.R.Dom.
Rel.P.Rule 4, it appearing
to the court that his is an
action for Divorce 1B.
Pursuant to Supplemental Probate court
Rule 411, an Automatic
Restraining Order has
been entered against the
above named parties.
Defendant cannot
be found within the
Commonwealth and his/
her present whereabouts
are unknown. Personal
service on defendant is
therefore not practicable,
and defendant has not
voluntarily appeared in
this action.
It is Ordered that
defendant is directed to
appear, plead, answer,
or otherwise move with
respect to the complaint
herein on or before
December 04, 2014.
If you fail to do so this
court will proceed to a
hearing and adjudication
of this matter.
Date: 9/22/2014
Joan P. Armstrong,
Justice of Probate and
Family Court
10/9
LEGAL NOTICE
CITY OF CHELSEA
DEPARTMENT OF
PUBLIC WORKS
The Department of
Public Works will conduct
a public hearing on
Tuesday, October 14,
2014 at 6:00 p.m. at
Chelsea City Hall, 500
Broadway, in room 305,
the conference room, on
the following petition of
National Grid:
Maple St. and Heard St.
-= Extending 25 feet of
12 inch gas main from
Maple St. to install 2 gas
services to 150 Heard St.
The public is invited to
attend.
JOSEPH C. FOTI
DIRECTOR
DEPARTMENT OF
PUBLIC WORKS
10/2, 10/9
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LEGAL NOTICE
Re:
Leadership Motors, Inc.
412 Eastern Ave.,
Chelsea, MA
Chelsea Licensing
Commission, October
9, 2014
Notice is hereby given
that a public hearing will
be held by the Chelsea
Licensing Commission
on Tuesday, October
28, 2014, at 6:00 p.m.,
at the Chelsea Public
Library Auditorium,
569 Broadway, Chelsea,
MA, relative to the Class
II License application
of Leadership Motors,
Inc., 412 Eastern Ave.,
Chelsea, MA.
CHELSEA LICENSING
COMMISSION
Deborah A. Clayman
City Clerk
10/9
C
CITY OF CHELSEA
CHELSEA FIRE
DEPARTMENT
REQUEST FOR
PROPOSAL
LEASE FOR CHELSEA
PUBLIC SCHOOLS
OFFICE SPACE
Sealed proposals to
furnish a temporary
lease of property to
house Office space and
storage for the Building
and Grounds Department
of Chelsea Public School,
will be received at the
Office of the Chief
Procurement Officer, City
Hall, Room 206, 500
Broadway, Chelsea, Massachusetts until 2:00pm
November 12, 2014
Specifications and
contract documents
will be available on or
after October 9, 2014
via email to dcook@
chelseama.gov.
Responses must be
sealed and clearly
marked “LEASE FOR
CHELSEA PUBLIC
SCHOOLS OFFICE SPACE
“ and submitted to the
Office of the Chief Procurement Officer no later
than 2:00pm November
12, 2014.
The City of Chelsea
reserves the right to
accept any response,
to reject any or all
responses and to waive
minor irregularities and/
or formalities as it deems
to be in the best interest
of the City.
In accordance with
our Minority Business
Enterprise Plan, we are
inviting all qualified
women and minority
business firms to
respond.
The City of Chelsea is
an Equal Opportunity
Employer.
This Request for Proposal
is in accordance with
M.G.L. Chapter 30B.
Dylan Cook
Chief Procurement
Officer
10/9
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LEGAL NOTICE
COMMONWEALTH
OF MASSACHSETTS
THE TRIAL COURT
PROBATE AND
FAMILY COURT
Docket No.
SU14P2332EA
Suffolk Division
INFORMAL PROBATE
PUBLICATION
NOTICE
Estate of:
Mitchell Zukoff
Date of Death:
July 25, 2014
to all persons interested
in the above captioned
estate, by Petition of
Petitioner Step hen
Zukoff of Waltham, MA
a Will has been admitted
to informal probate.
Stephen Zukoff of
Waltham, MA has been
informally appointed as
the Personal Represen-
tative of the estate to
serve without surety on
the bond.
The estate is being
administered under informal procedure by the
Personal Representative
under the Massachusetts
Uniform Probate Code
without supervision by
the Court. Inventory
and accounts are not
required to be filed with
the Court, but interested
parties are entitled to
notice regarding the
administration from the
Personal Representative
and can petition the
Court in any matter
relating to the estate,
including distribution of
assets and expenses of
administration. Interested parties are entitled
to petition the Court to
institute formal proceedings and to obtain orders
terminating or restricting
the powers of Personal
Representatives appointed under informal
procedure. A copy of the
Petition and Will, if any,
can be obtained from the
Petitioner.
10/9
C
LEGAL NOTICE
CITY OF CHELSEA
CHELSEA FIRE
DEPARTMENT
REQUEST FOR
PROPOSAL
LEASE FOR
TEMPORARY
FIRE STATION
Sealed proposals to furnish a temporary lease
of property to house a
temporary fire station
for Engine Company
4 will be received at
the Office of the Chief
Procurement Officer, City
Hall, Room 206, 500
Broadway, Chelsea, Massachusetts until 11:00am
November 12, 2014
Specifications and
contract documents
will be available on or
after October 9, 2014
via email to dcook@
chelseama.gov.
Responses must be
sealed and clearly
marked “LEASE FOR
TEMPORARY CHELSEA
FIRE STATION” and
submitted to the Office
of the Chief Procurement
Officer no later than
11:00am November 12,
2014.
The City of Chelsea
reserves the right to
accept any response,
to reject any or all
responses and to waive
minor irregularities and/
or formalities as it deems
to be in the best interest
of the City.
In accordance with
our Minority Business
Enterprise Plan, we are
inviting all qualified
women and minority
business firms to
respond.
The City of Chelsea is
an Equal Opportunity
Employer.
This Request for Proposal
is in accordance with
REaL EstatE
Sales • Rentals
Land • Commercial
RECRuItmENt
Professional • Medical
General • Services
• Auto Sales • Yard Sales
• Miscellaneous
M.G.L. Chapter 30B.
Dylan Cook
Chief Procurement
Officer
10/9
C
LEGAL NOTICE
CITY OF CHELSEA
DEPARTMENT OF
PUBLIC WORKS
INVITATION FOR BIDS
ROAD SALT
Sealed bids to furnish
and delivery ROAD SALT
to the City of Chelsea will
be received at the Office
of the Chief Procurement
Officer, City Hall, Room
206, Chelsea, Massachusetts until 10:00 AM
on Monday, November
3, 2014, immediately
after which the bids will
be opened and read
publicly.
Specifications and
contract documents will
be available on or after
October 13, 2014 at
the Office of the Chief
Procurement Officer,
City Hall, Room 206,
Chelsea, MA.
Bids must be sealed and
clearly marked “ROAD
SALT” and submitted to
the Office of the Chief
Procurement Officer no
later than 10:00 AM on
Monday, November 3,
2014.
The City of Chelsea reserves the right to accept
any bid, to reject and/
or all bids and to waive
minor irregularities and/
or formalities as it deems
to be in the best interest
of the City.
In accordance with
our Minority Business
Enterprise Plan, we are
inviting all qualified
women and minority
business firms to
respond.
This invitation for bid
is in accordance with
M.G.L. Chapter 30B.
Dylan Cook
Chief Procurement
Officer
10/9
C
LEGAL NOTICE
Re:
Chelsea Council #83
Knights of
Columbus Building
Association, Inc.
194 Broadway,
Chelsea, MA
Chelsea Licensing
Commission, October
9, 2014
Notice is hereby given
that a public hearing will
be held by
the Chelsea Licensing
Commission on Tuesday,
October 28, 2014,
at 6:00 p.m., at
the Chelsea Public
Library Auditorium, 569
Broadway, Chelsea, MA,
to consider a proposal to
suspend, revoke and/or
modify the Club/All Alcoholic Beverage License
and the Amusement/
Entertainment License
of Chelsea Council #83
Knights of Columbus
Building Association, Inc.,
194 Broadway, Chelsea,
MA, in accordance with
Section 2-199 of the
Revised Ordinances
of the City of Chelsea
for non-payment of
local taxes, fees and
assessments.
CHELSEA LICENSING
COMMISSION
Deborah A. Clayman
City Clerk
10/9
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LEGAL NOTICE
(SEAL)
THE COMMONWEALTH
OF MASSACHUSETTS
LAND COURT
DEPARTMENT OF THE
TRIAL COURT
2014 MISC.486682
ORDER OF NOTICE
To:
Joan Wojciechowski,
Indivisually and as
Personal Representative
of The Estate of
Judith Trocki
and to all persons
entitled to the benefit of
the Servicemembers Civil
Relief Act, 50 U.S.C. App.
В§ 501 et seq.:
Federal National Mortgage Association
claiming to have an
interest in a Mortgage
covering real property
in CHELSEA, numbered
74R CAPTAINS ROW,
UNIT 33, ADMIRALS
HILLS CONDOMINIUM,
given by Judith Trocki to
Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as
nominee for CitiMortgage, Inc., dated June
12, 2007, and recorded
with the Suffolk County
Registry of Deeds at
Book 41991, Page 200,
and now held by the
Plaintiff by assignment
has/have filed with
this court a complaint
for determination of
Defendant’s/Defendants’
Servicemembers status.
If you now are, or recently have been, in the
active military service of
the UnitedStates of
America, then you may
be entitled to the benefits of the Servicemembers Civil ReliefAct. If
you object to a foreclosure of the above-mentioned property on that
basis, then you or
your attorney must file
a written appearance
and answer in this court
at Three Pemberton
Square,
Boston, MA 02108 on
or before November
10, 2014 or you will
be forever barred from
claiming that you are
entitled to the benefits
of said Act.
Witness, JUDITH C.
CUTLER, Chief Justice of
this Court on September
26, 2014
Attest:
Deborah J. Patterson
Recorder
201405-0064-YEL
10/9
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COMMONWEALTH OF
MASSACHUSETTS
LAND COURT
DEPARTMENT OF THE
TRIAL COURT
14 MISC 486360
ORDER OF NOTICE
TO:
LOUIS A KUNIAN,
and to all persons
entitled to the benefit of
the Servicemembers Civil
Relief Act, 50 U.S.C. App.
В§ 501 et seq.:
New York Community
Bank claiming to
have an interest in a
mortgage covering real
property in Chelsea,
numbered 770 BROADWAY UNIT NO. 3, 770
BROADWAY CONDOMINIUM, given by: Louis
A. Kunian to Mortgage
Electronic Registration
Systems, Inc., as nominee for Drew Mortgage
Associates, Inc., dated
April 27, 2007, and
recorded in the Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds
in Book 41693, at Page
311, and now held by
assignment, has/have
filed with this court a
complaint for determination of Defendant’s/
Defendants’ Servicemembers status. If you
now are, or recently
have been, in the active
military service of the
United States of America,
then you may be entitled
to the benefits of the
Servicemembers Civil
Relief Act. If you object
to a foreclosure of the
above-mentioned property on that basis, then
you or your attorney
must file a written
appearance and answer
in this court at Three
Pemberton Square,
Boston, MA 02108 on
or before November
3, 2014 or you will be
forever barred from
claiming that you are
entitled to the benefits
of said Act.
Witness, Judith C. Cutler,
Chief Justice of said
Court on September 16,
2014
LEGAL NOTICE
SALE OF REAL ESTATE
By virtue of the
Judgment and Order of
the Chelsea District Court
(C.A. # 11414CV350)
in favor of the Trustees
of the Mill Creek
Condominium Trust
against Bridget Kelly
and U.S. Bank, N.A.
and Mortgage Electronic
Registration Systems,
Inc, as Nominee for
Summit Mortgage,
LLC, establishing a lien
pursuant to MGL. 183A
В§ 6, on the real estate
known as Unit 507 at
Mill Creek Condominium
(“Condominium”), 175
Cottage Street, Chelsea,
Massachusetts, for the
purpose of satisfying
such lien, the same will
be sold at public auction
sale at 10:00 a.m. on
Friday, October 31,
2014, at the subject
premises. The premises
to be sold are more
particularly described as
follows:
Unit No. 507 (“Unit”) in
a condominium known
as Mill Creek Condominium, created by Master
Deed and Declaration of
Trust, each dated June
15, 1988, and recorded
with the Suffolk Registry
of Deeds division of the
Land Court as Document
No. 439359, as noted
on Certificate of Title
No 100293 and C-237
and as Document No.
439358, as noted on
Certificate of Title No.
100293 and C-237,
respectively as amended,
together with said Unit’s
undivided interest in
the common area and
facilities (the “Common
Elements”) as described
in said Master Deed, as
amended.
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The post office address
of the Condominium
is 165 Cottage Street,
Chelsea, Massachusetts
02150. The Unit and
the Condominium are
subject to the provisions
of Massachusetts General
Laws Chapter 183A.
The Unit hereby
conveyed is shown on
the plans of the building
filed simultaneously with
the Master Deed with
said Deeds, a copy of a
portion of which plans
are attached to the first
Unit Deed.
Said Unit is conveyed
subject to and with the
benefit of (1) the provisions of M.G.L. Chapter
183A, as amended;
(2) the provisions and
matters as set forth
in the Master Deed,
as amended; (3) the
provisions and matters
as set forth in the first
unit deed and floor plans
recorded therewith;
and (4) the provisions
and By-Laws of said
Condominium Trust, as
amended.
Said Unit is conveyed
together with the right of
easements appurtenant
to said unit, as described
in the Master Deed,
if any.
Being all and the same
premises conveyed to
Bridget Kelly by Deed
dated November 10,
2005, and filed at
Suffolk County Registry
of Deeds division of Land
Court as Document No.
711574, as noted on
Certificate of Title No.
C-237-286.
The Unit is to be sold
subject to and with the
benefit of all easements,
restrictions, building and
zoning laws, tenants or
occupants, mortgages,
unpaid taxes, tax titles,
water bills, municipal
liens and assessments,
common area charges,
and all other claims
in the nature of liens,
having priority over the
said Judgment, if any
there be.
No representation is or
shall be made as to any
mortgages, liens, encumbrances or the condition
of the subject Unit.
TERMS OF SALE:
A non-refundable
deposit of Five Thousand
($5,000.00) Dollars
shall be required to be
made payable to Mill
Creek Condominium
Trust in cash, by certified
check or by Bank Cashier’s check at the time
and place of sale. The
balance of the purchase
price is to be paid to the
Condominium, in cash,
by certified check or by
Bank Cashier’s check
in or within thirty (30)
days from the date of
sale to be held in escrow
until delivery of the
deed.
Other terms, if any, to be
announced at the sale.
Trustees of Mill Creek
Condominium Trust
By their Attorney,
Howard S. Goldman
BBO#199030
Goldman & Pease LLC
160 Gould Street
Suite 320
Needham, MA 02494
(781) 292-1080
Dated:
September
16, 2014
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LEGAL NOTICE
(SEAL)
THE COMMONWEALTH OF
MASSACHUSETTS
LAND COURT
DEPARTMENT OF THE
TRIAL COURT
2014 MISC.486626
ORDER OF NOTICE
To:
Heirs, Devisees and
Legal Representatives of
the Estate of
J.D. Frazier,
J.D. Frazier Jr.,
James R. Frazier;
Darell Frazier
and to all persons
entitled to the benefit of
the Servicemembers Civil
Relief Act, 50 U.S.C. App.
В§ 501 et seq.:
OneWest Bank N.A.
claiming to have an
interest in a Mortgage
covering real property in
Chelsea, numbered 237
Webster Avenue, given
by J.D. Frazier and Luevenuie Frazier to Financial
Freedom Senior Funding
Corporation, a Subsidiary of Indymac Bank,
F.S.B., dated March 11,
2008, and recorded
with the Suffolk County
Registry of Deeds at
Book 43248, Page 213,
and now held by the
Plaintiff by assignment
has/have filed with
this court a complaint
for determination of
Defendant’s/Defendants’
Servicemembers status.
If you now are, or recently have been, in the
active military service of
the United States of
America, then you may
be entitled to the benefits of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act. If
you object to a foreclosure of the above-mentioned property on that
basis, then you or
your attorney must file
a written appearance
and answer in this court
at Three Pemberton
Square,
Boston, MA 02108 on
or before November 10,
2014
or you will
be forever barred from
claiming that you are
entitled to the benefits
of said Act.
Witness, JUDITH C.
CUTLER, Chief Justice of
this Court on September
25, 2014
Attest:
Deborah J. Patterson
Recorder
201407-0136-YEL
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF
MORTGAGEE’S SALE
OF REAL ESTATE
By virtue and in
execution of the Power
of Sale contained in a
certain mortgage given
by Julia R. Chuy a/k/a
Julia Chuy and Jorge E.
Chuy a/k/a Jorge Chuy
to Long Beach Mortgage
Company, dated October
20, 2005 and recorded
with the Suffolk County
Registry of Deeds at
Book 38327, Page
63, of which mortgage
the undersigned is
the present holder by
assignment from Washington Mutual Bank, as
successor-in-interest to
Long Beach Mortgage
Company to Deutsche
Bank National Trust
Company, as trustee for
Long Beach Mortgage
Loan Trust 2006-WL2
dated September 11,
2008 and recorded
with said registry on
September 24, 2008 at
Book 44061 Page 178,
for breach of the conditions of said mortgage
and for the purpose of
foreclosing, the same
will be sold at Public
Auction at 10:00 a.m.
on October 24, 2014, on
the mortgaged premises
located at 34-36 Addison
Street, Unit 1, Eden’s
Edge Condominium,
Chelsea, Suffolk County,
Massachusetts, all and
singular the premises
described in said
mortgage,
TO WIT:
Property in Chelsea,
Suffolk County, Massachusetts, known as Unit
# 1 (the �’Unit’’) of the
Eden’s Edge Condominium (the �’Condominium’’), located at 34-36
Chelsea, MA, which
condominium was created pursuant to M.G.L.
Chapter 183A by the recording of a Master Deed
dated 03/30/2005 and
recorded at the Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds
at Book 23589 Page
150, and as amended of
record.
Said Unit is laid out as
shown on the floor plans
recorded with the Master
Deed and on the copies
of such plans filed with
the original deed to the
Unit, to which is affixed
a verified statement in
the form provided for in
M.G.L. c 183A, Section 9.
The Unit is conveyed
together with an
undivided 60% interest
in the areas and facilities
as defined and described
in the Master Deed
and the exclusive right
to use those Common
Areas and Facilities
appurtenant to said Unit
as set forth in the Master
Deed and Unit Deed.
The Unit is subject to
and has the benefit of
all rights, easements,
agreements, interest and
provisions contained in
the Master Deed and the
Condominium Trust and
By-Laws recorded therewith, as any of the same
may be amended from
time to time pursuant to
the provisions thereon,
as well as the provisions
of Chapter 183A of the
Massachusetts General
Laws as the same may
be amended from time
to time.
For mortgagor’s(s’) title
see deed recorded with
Suffolk County Registry
of Deeds in Book 23709,
Page 82.
These premises will
be sold and conveyed
subject to and with
the benefit of all
rights, rights of way,
restrictions, easements,
covenants, liens or
claims in the nature of
liens, improvements,
public assessments, any
and all unpaid taxes,
tax titles, tax liens,
water and sewer liens
and any other municipal
assessments or liens or
existing encumbrances
of record which are in
force and are applicable,
having priority over said
mortgage, whether or
not reference to such
restrictions, easements,
improvements, liens or
encumbrances is made in
the deed.
TERMS OF SALE:
A deposit of Ten Thousand ($10,000.00) Dollars by certified or bank
check will be required to
be paid by the purchaser
at the time and place of
sale. The balance is to
be paid by certified or
bank check at Harmon
Law Offices, P.C.,
150 California Street,
Newton, Massachusetts
02458, or by mail
to P.O. Box 610389,
Newton Highlands, Massachusetts 02461-0389,
within thirty (30) days
from the date of sale.
Deed will be provided to
purchaser for recording
upon receipt in full of
the purchase price. The
description of the premises contained in said
mortgage shall control in
the event of an error in
this publication.
Other terms, if any, to be
announced at the sale.
DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE
FOR LONG BEACH
MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST
2006-WL2
Present holder of said
mortgage
By its Attorneys,
HARMON LAW OFFICES,
P.C.
150 California Street
Newton, MA 02458
(617) 558-0500
200809-0442 - PRP
10/2, 10/9, 10/16
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LEGAL NOTICE
CITY OF CHELSEA
DEPARTMENT OF
PUBLIC WORKS
INVITATION FOR BIDS
Tree Work
Sealed bids to furnish
all labor and materials
for Tree Work will be
received at the Office of
the Chief Procurement
Officer, City Hall, Room
206, Chelsea, Massachusetts until 11:00 AM on
Wednesday, November
5, 2014 immediately
after which the bids will
be opened and read
publicly.
Specifications and
contract documents
will be available on or
after October 15, 2014
via email to dcook@
chelseama.gov or at
the Office of the Chief
Procurement Officer,
City Hall, Room 206,
Chelsea, Massachusetts.
Bids must be sealed and
clearly marked “Tree
Work”.
Each bid must be accompanied by a certified
check, issued by a
responsible bank or trust
company. Or a bid bond
duly executed by the
bidder as principal and
having as surety thereon
a surety company
approved by the City, all
in the amount of 5% of
the bid payable to the
“City of Chelsea.”
The City of Chelsea reserves the right to accept
any bid, to reject and/
or all bids and to waive
minor irregularities
and/or formalities as it
deems to be in the best
interest of the City.
In accordance with
our Minority Business
Enterprise Plan, we are
inviting all qualified
women and minority
business firms to
respond.
This invitation for bid
is in accordance with
M.G.L. Chapter 30,
В§39M.
Dylan Cook
Chief Procurement
Officer
10/9
C
LEGAL NOTICE
(SEAL)
THE COMMONWEALTH OF
MASSACHUSETTS
LAND COURT
DEPARTMENT OF THE
TRIAL COURT
2014 MISC.486640
ORDER OF NOTICE
To:
Heirs, Devisees and
Legal Representatives of
the Estate of
John Doramajian,
Carol A. Megna
;John Doramajian Jr.
and to all persons
entitled to the benefit of
the Servicemembers Civil
Relief Act, 50 U.S.C. App.
В§ 501 et seq.:
OneWest Bank N.A.
claiming to have an
interest in a Mortgage
covering real property in
Chelsea, numbered 62
Madison Avenue, given
by John Doramajian and
Anne C. Doramajian to
Financial Freedom Senior
Funding Corporation, a
subsidiary of IndyMac
Bank, F.S.B., dated
October 12, 2005, and
recorded with the Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds
at Book 38281, Page 83
and recorded at the Middlesex (Southern) County Registry of Deeds in
Book 46305, Page 335,
and now held by the
Plaintiff by assignment
has/have filed with
this court a complaint
for determination of
Defendant’s/Defendants’
Servicemembers status.
If you now are, or recently have been, in the
active military service of
the UnitedStates of
America, then you may
be entitled to the benefits of the Servicemembers Civil ReliefAct. If
you object to a foreclosure of the above-mentioned property on that
basis, then you or
your attorney must file
a written appearance
and answer in this court
at Three Pemberton
Square,
Boston, MA 02108 on
or before November
10, 2014 or you will
be forever barred from
claiming that you are
entitled to the benefits
of said Act.
Witness, JUDITH C.
CUTLER, Chief Justice of
this Court on September
25, 2014
Attest:
Deborah J. Patterson
Recorder
201407-0465-YEL
10/9
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CHELSEA HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1954 - 60TH REUNION
The Chelsea High School Class of
1954 held its 60th Reunion Sept 20 at
the Continental in Saugus.
The guests enjoyed a full-course
luncheon and musical entertainment.
The classmates remembered fondly
their great days of attending the high
school and growing up in the city.
The classmates and their guests had
a great time.
City Manager Jay Ash, whose father,
Robert, was a member of the class, talked about the many new developments
in the city and Chelsea’s achievement
of winning the coveted All-America
City Award.
The reunion committee did a fantastic job and pledged to see everyone Marie McIntyre, Councilor-at-Large Calvin Brown, and
again in five years for the 65th.
Regina Peters.
Football standouts Fred Kelley, Armen Barooshian, Chris O’Connor, Tony Kulpa, and Sonny Weiner.
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Fred Kelley, Lou DeSimone, and Sheldon Stone.
The Reunion Committee did a great job organizing the event.
Seated are Roberta Bayne, Barbara Margossian, and Carmella
Pesce. Standing are Ann Murray, Armen Barooshian, Regina
Peters, and Sonny Weiner.
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