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POST-GAZETTE, JULY 26, 2013 Page 7 Adolfo "DoDo" Palermo, Adolfo Palermo, Jr., "DoDo" of Revere formerly of East Boston passed away on July 21st. Beloved husband of Darsie (Maramaldi) Palermo. Most loving father of Marisa, Meagan and Gina Palermo. Cherished son of the late Adolfo Palermo, Sr., and Mariateresa (Romegnose) Palermo. Dear brother of Rosa Coluccio and her late husband Vincenzo of Saugus, Lina Fazzolari and her husband Vincenzo of Peabody, the late Vincenzo "Vici" and his wife Marianna, Adele Scrivo and her husband Salvatore and Pasquale "Patsy" Palermo all of Revere. Also lovingly survived and sorely missed by his aunt Vittoria Fazzolari of East Boston as well as many loving nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Funeral was from Vazza's "Beechwood" Funeral Home, Revere on Thursday followed by a Mass of Christian burial in St. Anthony's Church. Entombment Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. J East Boston Library July Meeting FOL at the Meridian Street Branch will meet Monday, July 29~ at 6:30 pm. The agenda will include a report from our Art Restoration Committee and Garden committee, planning a farewell to our Meridian Street and our Orient Heights Branch and brainstorming to plan an event to cel- ebrate the opening of our library. Our new library will be opening in the fall. It would be great to have you help facilitate and plan with us to cel- ebrate this exciting event. See you Monday evening July 29~ at 6:30 pm. Best Wishes LLERIA 33 Proprietors - Rita & Lisa 617.723.7233 125 Salem Street, North End, Boston Email: lagalleria33 @ F jtappl! 21nni ersanJ fTom INC. Adelaide Guarracino, President 27 Water Street, Unit 102B, Wakefield, MA 01880 781-224-0532 1 ] The ast oston Chamber of Commerce Wishes the )ost-Gazette a th jrtapp!4 118 ;stlnniersary East Boston Chamber of Commerce Helping local business to do business 175 McClellan Highway East Boston, MA 02128 Tel. 617.569.5000 Fax 617.569.1945 E-mail: Website: Murphy... As I See It Liberty Plaza for every home and businesskilled. Everyone feels bad. facade renova- owner on Bennington Street However, the NOT GUILTY tions should to own barrels and eliminate verdict handed down by be completed trash bags. In fact, every jurors, should be enough in a couple of months, giving the Plaza a stylish and updated look. Also good news for East Bos- ton. The Lombardo family is now in the process of getting permits from the BRA to be- gin renovations to knock down the old Seville Theatre located on Meridian Street with the rear end of the structure located on Border Street. The plan is to re- place the old theatre with an attractive 65 unit building of studio and one and two bed- room units with 47 spaces of underground parking. There will be approximately 15,000 square feet of retail space. The building is expected to be six stories with part of the upper floors stepped back. Knowing the Lombardo fam- fly's past projects, the build- ing will be state-of-the-art, and a huge asset for East BostonI ... Every Tuesday is trash pickup day on Ben- nington Street, if you drive down Bennington Street, a main street in East Boston, you will see it lined with some barrels, but mostly trash bags. If the city is to move forward, visitors espe- cially shouldn't have to view a main street filled with lit- ter coming from torn trash bags, it looks bad for the city! The city of Boston should con- sider making it mandatory = ~ ." (2 RISTORANTE / 90