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Published: Friday, August 17, 2012, 11:48 a.m.

On the Record: a selection of government data

Budget lines

Spending gleaned from government consent agendas. Federal Aviation Administration: $5,150,000 grant to Snohomish County to rebuild Paine Field runway 16L-34R. Snohomish County Airport: $20,000 to Cedar River Group to facilitate discussions between Snohomish County and the Future of Flight Foundation. City of Everett: $4,874 to H&L Sporting Goods for softballs. City of Marysville: $517 to Swank Motion Picture for summer movie series. City of Marysville: $76,734 to Marysville School District for school mitigation fees. City of Arlington: $7,564 to Blue Marble Environmental of Seattle for work on a waste recycling program. City of Monroe: $387,533 to D&G Backhoe of Lake Stevens for water line replacement on Ingraham Road. City of Monroe: $143,335 to Everett Utilities for water purchased. City of Stanwood: $1,000 to Design Stanwood for costs related to a sustainable-design assessment team visit from the American Institute of Architects. Snohomish County Economic Development Office: $650 to the Beth Whitney Band to perform during the 2012 Music on the Plaza series. Snohomish County Economic Development Office: $650 to the Preacher's Wife band to perform during the 2012 Music on the Plaza series. Snohomish County Parks and Recreation: $270,000 in parks mitigation money to buy nearly 25 acres south of Arlington to resolve a claim brought by land owners Jimmy and Cami Williamson.


Civil assessments by government for violations of law or regulation. Agency: Washington state Department of Licensing
Proposed penalty: License suspended for two years (stayed) and $400
Subject: Petra Jones of Lynnwood
Reason: Operated a driving school without auto insurance. Agency: Washington state Department of Licensing
Proposed penalty: $500
Subject: Proclips Haircut of Mountlake Terrace
Reason: Unlicensed salon/shop.
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