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Published: Monday, February 20, 2012, 12:01 a.m.

On the Record: a selection of government data

Budget lines

Spending gleaned from government consent agendas all over Snohomish County. City of Arlington: $395 to the Rotary Club of Arlington for Fire Chief Bruce Stedman's dues. City of Everett: $107,000 to Silverview Senior Housing for property rights compensation for road widening. City of Everett: $1,579 to architects Botesch, Nash and Hall of Seattle for Culmback Building condition study. Sound Transit: $216,000 to Parsons Brinckerhoff of Seattle for preliminary work on a project to add capacity to Sound Transit's midday bus storage facility, for a total contract of up to $1.085 million. City of Monroe: $2,929.34 to Redflex Traffic Systems for fuel of patrol vehicles. City of Snohomish: $4,500.27 to Blumenthal Uniforms Co. for uniforms. City of Snohomish: $3,969.40 to Keller Electric for work at the treatment plant. City of Snohomish: $4,819.39 to Reid Middleton for traffic signal design. Snohomish County Medical Examiner: $2,100 to the American Cremation and Casket Alliance of Marysville to handle indigent remains. Snohomish County Airport: $117,105 to the U.S. Department of Agriculture to provide a certified wildlife biologist in 2012.

Damage Claims

Who is alleging harm and the reasons. Snohomish County Sheriff's Office
Claimant: Susanna Suhyun Kim
Asking for: $15
Why: Kim says a sheriff's deputy lost her driver's license in the dashboard of his police cruiser on Nov. 7 while filling out a report for a hit-and-run accident in Lynnwood in which Kim was the victim. Snohomish County Road Maintenance
Claimant: Michael Lee Weaver of Arlington
Asking for: $57.55 for mail and $25 for one hour of labor
Why: Weaver says he was looking out his front window of his home in the 22500 block of 123rd Avenue NE on Jan. 21 when a snow plow took out his mailbox.
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