On the Record: a selection of government data

Budget lines

Spending gleaned from government consent agendas all over Snohomish County.

City of Snohomish: $556 to McDaniel Do It Center for park equipment.

City of Snohomish: $1,637 to Integra Telecom for cellphone services.

Snohomish County Parks and Recreation: $14,876 to Quilceda Paving and Construction of Arlington for crack repair on the Centennial Trail.

Snohomish County Public Works: $208,570 to Taylor’s Excavators of Stanwood for Americans with Disabilities Act upgrades to Airport Road.

Snohomish County executive’s office: $40,000 to James Madison of Tulalip for commissioned artwork “Kayak Park Fish Ladder.”

Snohomish County executive’s office: $4,000 to Julie Rall of Portland for commissioned artwork “Spider Chandelier.”

City of Everett: $1,830 to Ball Horticultural Co. for plant seeds.

City of Everett: $4,015 to Berry Neon Sign of Everett for marquee.

City of Arlington: $29,990 to the state Department of Revenue for excise tax collection.

City of Arlington: $4,290 to Blue Marble Environmental of Seattle for a waste recycling program.

Snohomish County Fire District 1: $480 to Geotest Services for storm water inspections at Fire Station 18 in Brier.

Snohomish County Fire District 1: $145 to Coastwide Laboratories for six cases of soap.

Snohomish County Fire District 1: $1,420 to Fitness Xperts for exercise-equipment maintenance.

Snohomish County Fire District 1: $165 to Office Depot for supplies including folders, clipboards and toner.

City of Edmonds: $2,788 to Kimmel Athletic Supply for softballs.

City of Marysville: $53,470 to MCcain Traffic Supply for replacement signal controllers.

City of Marysville: $12,596 to Okanogan County Jail for inmate housing.

Damage claims

Who is alleging harm and the reasons.

Agency: City of Edmonds

Claimant: Kathryn Upton of Edmonds

Asking: $1,013

Why: Her home and office on Fourth Avenue North had sewer-related trouble on March 30, allegedly caused by blockages on city property.

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