On the Record: a selection of government data

Road trips

Government travel spending.

Who: Stephanie Wright, Snohomish County Council

Destination: Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai and Wuxi, China

Purpose: Cleantech Business Mission to China

Dates: March 23-30, 2012

Cost: $5,888 for travel, meals and registration fees

Budget lines

Spending gleaned from government consent agendas all over Snohomish County.

Snohomish County: $128,497 to Everett Transit to buy ORCA passes for up to 1,375 county employees as part of a program to reduce commuter traffic.

Edmonds: $220 on March 29 to Northwest Cascade of Puyallup for Honey Bucket rental.

Snohomish: $68 to R&T Enterprise for parking enforcement markers.

Snohomish: $3,378.06 to Reid Middleton of Everett for design of the traffic signal at Second Street and Lincoln Avenue.

Snohomish: $4,026.87 to LTI of Lynden for street salt.

Monroe: $2,068.80 to BSN Sport of Dallas for pitching mound and soccer nets.

Monroe: $29,180 to RedFlex Traffic Systems of Phoenix for photo enforcement services.

Monroe: $858 to West Monroe Shell &Car Wash for patrol-vehicle washing.

Mukilteo: $95,250 to Perteet Engineering of Seattle to prepare a zoning plan for property along the possible future route of Harbour Reach Drive, between Harbour Pointe Boulevard South and Beverly Park Road.

Lynnwood: Up to $86,240 to Yamaha Motor Corp. to lease 20 rental carts and two utility carts for the golf course for five years.

Lynnwood: $4.1 million to Tri-State Construction of Bellevue in the final approval of work on the I-5 and 196th Street SW interchange pedestrian improvement project.

Snohomish County Fire District 1: $342 to Comcast for Internet services.

Snohomish County Fire District 1: $520 to Purchase Power for postage.

Snohomish County Fire District 1: $6,392.50 to Associated Petroleum Products for diesel fuel.

Snohomish County Fire District 1: $25 to the Mill Creek View for a subscription.

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