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THE LYNNFIELD ADVOCATE
– Friday, April 21, 2017
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The commi ttee wi l l be
gauging the public’s feelings
towards any changes during
a series of forums that will be
coming in the next months.
If there is positive recep-
tion, the items wi ll move
forward to the next phase,
which could include hiring
a consulting and ultimately
bringing them before a town
meeting for a vote.
The first one will take place
at the Merritt Center at 7pm
on May 4th. The next one will
be on June 8th at 7pm at the
Merritt Center as well.
The full report is available
on the town website for pub-
lic viewing.
REPORT
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incurred in the course of their
jobs, which can be deducted
for every “legislative day.”
Under the Massachusetts
Legi s l ature’s sys tem and
schedule, every day of the
year qualifies as a legislative
day. The Legislature does not
formally “prorogue” (end an
annual session) until the next
annual session begins. This
allows these legislators to
take the deduction for all 365
days regardless of whether
the Legislature is meeting or
not. Legislators do not even
have to travel to the State-
house to qualify for the daily
deduction.
The amount of the deduc-
tion is based on the federal
per diem for Massachusetts.
It varies from year to year.
The daily per diem for legisla-
tors for 2016 varied in differ-
ent parts of the state and is
seasonal. It ranges from $162
per day to $366 per day or be-
tween $59,130 and $133,590
annually.
The 53 legislators who took
the $20,000 state expense al-
lowance are eligible for this
federal deduction because
they said they live more than
50 miles from the Statehouse.
Each legislator who takes ad-
vantage of this deduction
will have paid, and continue
to pay, little or no federal in-
come tax on their legislative
salaries for many years.
HOW MUCH EACH LOCAL
LEGISLATOR WILL RECEIVE
IN EXPENSE ALLOWANCE
Here is the amount of an ex-
pense allowance each legisla-
tor will receive annually.
Rep. StephanHay
$15,000
Rep. Bradley Jones
$15,000
Rep. Theodore Speliotis
$15,000
Rep. ThomasWalsh
$15,000
Sen. Joan Lovely
$15,000
Sen. ThomasMcGee
$15,000
HOW LONG WAS LAST
WEEK’S SESSION?
Beacon
Hill Roll Call tracks the length
of time that the House and
Senate were in session each
week. Many legislators say
that legislative sessions are
only one aspect of the Leg-
islature’s job and that a lot of
important work is done out-
side of the House and Sen-
ate chambers. They note that
their jobs also involve com-
mittee work, research, constit-
uent work and other matters
that are important to their dis-
tricts. Critics say that the Leg-
islature does not meet regu-
larly or long enough to debate
and vote in public view on the
thousands of pieces of leg-
islation that have been filed.
They note that the infrequen-
cy and brief length of sessions
are misguided and lead to ir-
responsible late night sessions
and a mad rush to act on doz-
ens of bills in the days imme-
diately preceding the end of
an annual session.
During the week of April 10-
14, the House met for a total
of 22 minutes and the Senate
met for a total of one hour and
22 minutes.
MON. APRIL 10
House11:03a.m. to11:18a.m.
Senate11:15a.m. to12:24p.m.
TUES.APRIL 11
No House session
No Senate session
WED. APRIL 12
No House session
No Senate session.
THURS. APRIL 13
House11:01a.m. to11:08a.m.
Senate11:02a.m. to11:15a.m.
FRI. APRIL 14
No House session
No Senate session
Bob Katzen
welcomes feedback at
bob@beaconhillrollcall.com
JosephA. DeSalvo
O
f Lynnfieldand
Palm Beach,
FL, April 14. Be-
loved husband of Geraldine V.
(Jankowski) DeSalvo. Loving fa-
ther of Charles J. DeSalvo &wife
Lisa of Beverly, Valerie A. Lau-
zon & husband James of Avon,
CT, Joseph W. DeSalvo & wife
Joanne and David C. DeSalvo &
wife Sandra, all of Swampscott.
Brother of the late Josephine
Wade, Sally“Sister”Federici, and
Peter DeSalvo. Also survived by
eight grandchildren: Danielle
DeSalvo, Ben, Elizabeth&James
Lauzon, Samantha&JosephDe-
Salvo, and Michael & Justin De-
Salvo. Also survived by many
nieces, nephews and cousins.
Funeral Services will be private.
For obit/guestbook, www.mc-
donaldfs.com.
Mimi (Quarantello)
Simione
O
f Lynnfield, for-
merly of Sau-
gus and East Bos-
ton. An invitation
to the Simione
home meant a warmhearted
welcome, many laughs, and a
delicious meal. The feast was al-
ways lovinglypreparedbyMimi
Simionewhoenteredpeacefully
intoeternal lifeonApril 12, 2017.
Mimi is the beloved wife to the
lateJackSimione, andthemoth-
er to Amy (and husband Kim
Garbarino), Beth (and husband
Adam Bahret), and Meg. She is
the dear sister to Ida Reppucci
and Helen Buccheri. Her grand-
children, nephews, nieces, cous-
ins, andfriendsfilledher lifewith
loveandjoy.Mimiwasapassion-
atewomanwhowasdevoted to
her family and faith; who served
and volunteered selflessly. She
was a strong supporter of the
arts and music, as she believed
that the arts could enrich and
expand one’s view of the world.
Mimi prioritized kind acts and
having a positive attitude as es-
sential ingredients to livinga ful-
Obituaries
OBITUARIES
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