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'l'!llllhl'!q,!l."'OlqOl'lh'd 'hqqhd ................. MIXED ADC 010 14 PAUL JEFFKO SMALL TOWN PAPERS, INC. ~i7 W COTA ST SHELTON WA 96584-2263 THE ITALIAN-AMERICAN VOICE OF MASSACHUSETTS (Formerly LA GAZZETTA del MASSACHUSETTS) VOL. 120 - NO. 29 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, JULY 15, 201-6 $.35 A COPY Update on Saving the Nursin Madonna Delle Grazie Procession in Boston's North End To date, we have gathered over 1700 signatures on our Save the North End Nursing Home petition! (If you haven't signed it yet and would like to, please drop by the Post-Gazette office at 5 Prince Street or go online to Most of the signatures have been delivered to city and state officials, including our local government representatives (Aaron Michlewicz, Sal LaMattina and Joe Boncore), Mayor Walsh and the At-Large City Councillors. (The latter claim to not know much about the issue yet, so we urge you to call or email them to express your concern.) Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, State Sen. Sal DiDomenico, and House Speaker Robert DeLeo have all been made aware of the situation as well. At-Large Boston City Councillors Annissa Essalbi-George,, 617-635-4376 Michael Flaherty, Michael.F.Flaherty, 617-635-4205 Ayanna Pressley,, 617-635-4217 MicheUe Wu,, 617-635-3115 Local Officials City Councillor Sal LaMattina, Salvatore.LaMattina@boston. gov, 617-635-3200 State Sen. Joe Boncore,, 617- 722-1634 State Rep. Aaron Michlewicz, Aaron.M.Michlewitz@~-nahouse. gov, 617-722-2220 State Officials Gov. Charlie Baker, Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito, 888-870-7770, or complete email form at -services/ contact-governor-office~ State Sen. Sal DiDomenico, Sal.DiDomenico@masenate. 617-722-1650 House Speaker, Robert DeLeo,, 617-722-2500 Contact Aaron Michlewicz" office for the latest on forming a local committee and other ongoing efforts. Let's keep the pressure onl by Sal Giarratani iiii :i iJi Hillary for Prison 2016 I saw the above on the back bumper of a car the other day in Dorchester, and just loved it so much. What happened with the FBI director is not surprising. J. Edgar Hoover must be rolling over in his grave like a rotisserie chicken at the supermarket. What is wrong with Bernie Sanders? Backing Hillary is like going against everything he has been preaching about Wall Street. She ought to name Goldman Sachs as her running mate, right? Check out the anti-Hillary website by logging on to: (Continued on Page 14) Madonna Delle Grazie of Avellino, Italy was honored on Sunday, July 10 at the annual procession in Boston's North End. The society was founded in Boston in 1903 from San Sossio (Photo by Matt Conti,} Baronia Avellino. Featuring the North End Marching Band and the Northeast Italian Band, dev- otees to the Madonna started at St. Leonard's Church at the cor- ner of Hanover & Prince Streets and made their way through the neighborhood with many stops along the way. Madonna DeUe Grazie (Our Lady of Graces) is a devotion to the Virgin Mary in the Roman Catholic Church. (Additional Photos on Page 9) with Bost ;Police Department Mayor Marth J. Walsh and ::: Boston Police Commissioner ': William Evans announced an ::: agreement with the Boston ...... Police Patrolmen's Association [ : (BPPA) to allow the City of Bos- ton and Boston Police Depart- ment to launch a six-month Body Worn Camera Pilot Pro- gram. Under the agreement, up to 100 volunteer patrol officers will be equipped with body cameras for a six-month period in which on-duty police activity will be documented. =In Boston, we are fortunate to have strong relationships with our communities and I'm confident that body cameras will serve as another tool for the Boston Police Department to continue their work in the neighborhoods," Mayor Walsh said. =I look forward to work- ing with the Boston Police Department as they learn best practices through this pilot program and I thank Commis- sioner Evans and BPPA for their cooperation on reaching this agreement." The agreement was created by viewing best practices in other municipalities across the country with input from police departments and officers, the BPD Social Justice Task Force, the Harvard Law Criminal Jus- rice Program, and through com- munity feedback. =This is a positive develop- ment that brings the Boston Police Department even closer to implementing this important pilot program in the city," Com- missioner Evans said. "We are committed to building on the trust we have earned with our constituents while keeping our community safe." =The Boston Police Patrol- men's Association is pleased to have reached agreement with the City of Boston to imple- ment a pilot program for Boston Patrol Officers to wear and use body cameras," BPPA President Patrick M. Rose said. =The BPPA believes that a pilot program will enable the Department and the Union to evaluate whether body cameras contribute to of- ricer safety, provide useful evi- dence for criminal prosecutions, and help to foster positive rela- tions with the citizens of and visitors to the City of Boston. The BPPA also believes that this pilot program will showcase, to all of the citizens of Boston, the (Continued on Page 14) THE POST-GAZE'FrE SATELLITE OFFICE HAS MOVED TO 343 CHELSEA ST,, DAY SQUARE, EAST BOSTON This office is open on Tuesdays from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM and Thursdays from I1:00 AM to 2:00 PM, for the convenience of our East Boston and North Shore clients and contributors Call 617-227-8929 for more information