Scroll down to see which candidates made news at the event. The event drew a sizable crowd and most of the candidates for Malden elected office.
The Chinese Culture Connection was the epicenter of Malden politics on Sunday as nearly every candidate for elected office appeared to speak with the Asian community. The event, sponsored by the connection and Wah Lum Kung Fu and Tai Ch Academy, was held to offer all residents a chance to hear from the candidates and voice their concerns and issues. Scores of residents for all over Malden came to the inaugural event. Several candidates made news at the event:
Five things to make your Monday manageable.
Today is Monday, May 23. Here are five things you need to know: Once more, with feeling: No use in sugarcoating the bad news: This week will very closely resemble the foggy, cloudy, misty, rainy blah weather from last week. Expect all of the above today, with the potential for thunderstorms as well, with highs in the lower 60’s. A new tradition launched: Sunday’s community public forum at the Chinese Culture Connection proved to be a major political event in town, with most candidates for public office present. Ward Five City Councilor Barbary Murphy announced her re-election campaign, while Ward Three School Committee member Kevin Duffy announced he would not run again for his seat. Chinese Maldonians also got a chance to tell the …