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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE
- Friday, April 21, 2017
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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
havepaid, andcontinue topay,
little or no federal income 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. Paul Donato
$15,000
Rep. Steven Ultrino
$15,000
Sen. Jason Lewis
$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 Legislature’s
job and that a lot of impor-
tant work is done outside of
the House and Senate cham-
bers. They note that their jobs
also involve committee work,
research, constituentwork and
other matters that are impor-
tant to their districts. Critics say
that the Legislature does not
meet regularly or long enough
to debate and vote in public
viewon the thousands of piec-
es of legislation that havebeen
filed. They note that the infre-
quency andbrief lengthof ses-
sions are misguided and lead
to irresponsible late night ses-
sions and amad rush to act on
dozens of bills in the days im-
mediately preceding the end
of an annual session.
During the week of April 10-
14, the Housemet for a total of
22minutes and theSenatemet
for a total of one hour and 22
minutes.
Mon. April 10 House 11:03
a.m. to 11:18 a.m.
Senate 11:15 a.m. to 12:24
p.m.
Tues. April 11 No House
session
No Senate session
Wed. April 12 No House
session
No Senate session.
Thurs. Apri l 13 House
11:01 a.m. to 11:08 a.m.
Senate 11:02 a.m. to 11:15
a.m.
Fri. April 14 No House ses-
sion
No Senate session
Bob Katzen welcomes
feedback at
bob@beaconhillrollcall.com
BEACON
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couple years. “This is confir-
mation of what we intuitive-
ly knew about,” he said.
Other councillors agreed
the study will informupcom-
ing debates about land use.
“Residents have been very
vocal about this and there’s
no doubt that we need more
public space,” said Council-
lor-at-Large Craig Spadafo-
ra, adding that open space
needs to be a factor in how
officials shape the future of
the city.
Ward 3 Councillor John
Matheson said the commu-
nity feedback gathered dur-
ing the growth study will
help city officials understand
what residents want for the
future.“Threeout of four peo-
ple want to see more open
space, particularly at the hos-
pital site,”he said. “This study
is the best vehicle for us to
achieve government by the
people.”
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