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  • Posted 03/14/2012 03:00:30 EDT

    if there is even a slight breeze on rubbish day, the 'guy' across the streets sidewalk fare will inevitably end up in my driveway. i'll not pay a fine for discarded products that were never in my home more »

  • Forum Post: New Firefighters

    Posted 02/21/2012 03:57:51 EST

    i recommended young wishoski for the position, because in my mind he qualified. coincidence? luck? no. he passed tests that others failed. it's hard for some naysayers to believe, but, once in awhile more »

  • Posted 02/20/2012 12:54:28 EST

    annie-o the high school has more than one football team. the high school also has soccer, la crosse, and field hockey, that can now play on pearl streets new turf field;boys and girls.  i hope that an more »

  • Posted 02/18/2012 04:29:31 EST

    the new ballpark will have a year 'round restaurant on corner of commercial and medford-- the park will also have a year 'round pro shop on route 60, aside concourse to parks' entrance. the park IS go more »

  • Forum Post: Holding Pattern

    Posted 11/14/2011 03:33:09 EST

    In Response to Re: Holding Pattern: In Response to Holding Pattern : Posted by buddykerr with the population of the city staying within a couple thousand people for the last SIXTY years [56,000-59,000 more »

  • Forum Post: Holding Pattern

    Posted 11/14/2011 03:18:36 EST

    In Response to Holding Pattern: With the incumbents all back in city hall(except for the retirees), everyone is now hoping that something will be different, especially with Howard gone. As a parent of more »

  • Posted 11/11/2011 10:57:54 EST

    no, 32% of the city's population voted. the suprising fact was gary c. won all 16 precincts. not one was close. the opponent only had one plank in her platform. the overwhelming voters in the city evi more »

  • Posted 09/16/2011 04:11:36 EDT

    listen annie o- this is'nt any old park proposal. this is for pro-baseball. we are talking a 7000 seat ballpark. just think how many people would be employed to run this park. just think how many peop more »

  • Posted 09/13/2011 01:08:07 EDT

    to malden blue skies----i'll try to explain this once. malden has an open space law requiring a certain percentage of the city must be kept GREEN. for recreational use. it MUST! that is why the buildi more »

  • Posted 09/12/2011 03:04:46 EDT

    incorrupt.----it is quite obvious that after the give and take these past couple days, your main interest with roosevelt park was to keep the charter school away at all costs. it is evident that you a more »

  • Posted 09/11/2011 06:39:07 EDT

    back to recess again.  i asked where would they go under any ordinary construction around the school? fire drill?  fire drill? that's a good reason to not renovate apark. there is no traffic on roosev more »

  • Posted 09/11/2011 01:54:07 EDT

    and you are correct about recess being held during the day. it means abreak from class. they would still have use of the park for recess, as the charter school did'nt want the park until 4pm, long aft more »

  • Posted 09/11/2011 01:48:45 EDT

     to anyone who cares.  the roosevelt park situation happened long before the mayoral campaign began . gc is ward one councilman, not five where the school is.  he was busy taking care of bell rock and more »

  • Posted 09/10/2011 07:23:45 EDT

    to incorruptibility--am i wrong?  FACT-a large portion of population live in surrounding low incomehousing complexes. i agree. my point was missed evidently. those kids have to by FIVE parks closer to more »

  • Posted 09/10/2011 04:38:18 EDT

    the phrase 'taking away roosevelt park from our poorest citizens' keeps popping up.fact- the park was NEVER going to be taken away. it is a public park. it was going to be renovated. the charter schoo more »

  • Posted 09/05/2011 09:27:18 EDT

    to the person that wants to 'knock down' trafton park for a fire station and move it down to south broadway----might i remind him trafton is a little league field, and south broadway is a high school more »

  • Posted 02/15/2010 02:45:36 EST

    a] mayor kelliher b] mayor conway c] mayor fallon d] mayor lucey e] mayor howard.     which mayor least likely to drink koolaid? answer e]  which mayor is least 'scary'? answer e]. which mayor is easi more »

  • Posted 12/22/2009 12:31:52 EST

    the malden housing authority has nothing to do with the green st. property. it is not one of the projects the mha has control of. i believe there are 4 properties of subsidized housing in malden not u more »

  • Posted 11/21/2009 11:23:38 EST

    to ham n' eggs- again you dont know what you're spewing. fact. the chief is a life long malden resident; still resides here. raised his family here. shops here. naps here. sneezes here. jogs here. liv more »

  • Posted 11/17/2009 01:58:22 EST

    here is a trivia question. back in the mid 90's, who was the very first holiday parade grand marshal, and person they dedicated parade to? more »

  • Posted 11/16/2009 12:24:49 EST

    to ham and eggs- since i can't censor you, i'll just pity you. more »

  • Posted 11/15/2009 12:48:01 EST

    sorry to disappoint--but i have lived in malden since before the 2nd world war began. that's 10 mayors long. i've seen city centers come and go 4 times.get to be a senior citizens home owner and the c more »

  • Posted 11/14/2009 03:08:41 EST

    you 'bluebaggers'never stop crying.the rest of us, the other 20+thousand maldonians, might want a change when 'he' stops building schools, providing the best on-going park program in the area, convert more »

  • Posted 11/05/2009 04:18:05 EST

    over 22,000 malden voters did not vote to repeal trash ordinance. this includes over 2000 that bothered to color in the oval. 600 people who did vote could have cared less and skipped it all together. more »