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monthly hearings, and some-
one should be appointed as
soon as possible.
Councillor-at-Large Debbie
DeMaria, chair of the Appoint-
ments and Personnel Commit-
tee, agreed but added that
the appointment should be
temporary. “I think the posi-
tion should be posted and we
should go through our regu-
lar parliamentary procedure,”
said DeMaria.
Councillor-at-Large David
D’Arcangelo, who also serves
on the Personnel Committee,
agreed the city should follow
a consistent appointments
process. And both DeMaria
andD’Arcangelo said since the
start of the year, their commit-
tee has seen a steady streamof
exceptional candidates seek-
ing appointments and oppor-
tunities on different boards
and commissions.
The hearing officer settles
disputes that emergeover cita-
tions and enforcement actions
taken by the city’s two com-
pliance officers, David Morse
and James Tuxbury, who are
responsible for ensuring that
residents, property owners,
businesses and anyone grant-
ed a license or permit by the
city follows all relevant state
laws and local ordinances. Is-
sues range from parking tick-
ets tobuildingandhealthcode
violations.
Malden’s municipal hearing
officer works under the super-
vision of the city solicitor and
is required to participate in
an administrative law training
program at least once a year.
Councillors seemed hopeful
that former City Clerk Karen
Anderson will bring back her
30-plus years of experience at
City Hall and take the job at
least temporarily.
“We want to give the inter-
imperson at least three or four
months to get through the
backlog,”said DeMaria, whose
committee will also begin the
process of reviewing resumes
and candidates to fill the posi-
tion permanently.
“We will probably do that
sometime in May or June be-
fore we recess,” said DeMaria,
adding that the interim hear-
ing officer can also apply for
the post.
VACANCY
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Recovery Coach Academy
in Malden begins in April
MaldenOvercomingAddiction (MOA), withhelp fromtheMaldenFire andPoliceDepartments,
will be bringing the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy to Malden in April. MOA is extremely ex-
cited to have this fantastic opportunity to train up to 30 people as recovery coaches, in hopes
of bringing support to those in need. It is MOA’s hope that these efforts will help to reduce
opioid fatalities in Malden and surrounding communities.
(Photo courtesy of Ricky Rosales)
Chili Chowder Challenge
to benefits veterans March 18
Come enjoy what has be-
come a popular event in our
community – the Chili Chow-
der Challenge IV.
This event will take place
on Saturday, March 18 from
11 a.m. until 2p.m. at theNor-
man PrinceV.F.W. Post #1506,
which is located at 428 Main
St. in Melrose.
With a donation of $10.00
per person, you will enjoy dif-
ferent chili recipes, chowders,
mac ‘n’ cheese, and maybe a
surprise or two! Some eater-
ies will be there with a favor-
iteof theirs,many local groups
and organizations, perhaps a
local politician or two, and a
group of young people from
the middle/high school.
Come experience an en-
joyable couple of hours with
good food, lots of socializing
and camaraderie, while also
supportinga veryworthwhile
cause. This is a special sort of
FUNdraiser benefiting local
Desert Storm veterans who
will make up this year’s trip
toWashington, D.C.
Mark your calendars and
comedown to thePrinceVFW
Post on Saturday, March18
and experience a great time
for a great cause!