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Published: Saturday, September 8, 2012, 3:17 p.m.

On the Record: a selection of government data

Budget lines

Spending gleaned from government consent agendas.

State Department of Corrections: $49,400 to Terry DuPape of Spokane to provide consulting and training through July 2013 for establishing a commercial bakery production flow as part of the offender training program.

Snohomish County Fire District 4 in Snohomish: $331 for a propane torch to be used at the new training facility.

City of Edmonds: $1,134 to the City of Everett for water quality testing.

City of Edmonds: $37 to Edmonds Auto Parts for cemetery supplies.

City of Edmonds: $106 to Entenmann-Rovin Co. of Los Angeles to refurbish police badges.

City of Edmonds: $40 to Indoff Inc. of St. Louis for perforated writing pads.

City of Edmonds: $68 to Lynnwood Honda for blades for city saws and mowers.

City of Everett: $859,633 to Jacobs Engineering Group for sewer system replacement and capacity improvements.

City of Lake Stevens: $2,647 to Snohomish County PUD.

City of Lake Stevens: $737.32 to Allied Services.

City of Lake Stevens: $3,534.46 to Child Advocacy Center for a child interview specialist.

City of Lynnwood: $791,254 to Lakeside Industries of Monroe for construction services related to a road overlay, rebuilding and waterline project.

City of Lynnwood: Up to $136,400 to Gary Harper Construction of Snohomish for installation of new fiberglass and other equipment at the wastewater treatment plant.

City of Marysville: $1,006 to ServPro for water damage restoration at a Marysville Parks and Recreation facility.

City of Marysville: $15,000 to Feldman & Lee for public defender services.

City of Marysville: $856 to Simplot Partners for fertilizer.

Mukilteo School District: $83,500 contract with the McKinstry Co. for comprehensive resource conservation management services, including work to allow the district to have day-to-day monitoring of utility use.

Everett School District: $1,065 to Alldata Textbooks for workbooks and instructional kits.

Everett School District: $6,194 to the City of Everett for water.

Everett School District: $345 to Superintendent Gary Cohn for supplies and materials.

Everett School District: $158 to Superintendent Gary Cohn for travel out of district.
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