Spending gleaned from government consent agendas all over Snohomish County.
Snohomish County Fire District 4 in Snohomish: $1,119 to City Wide Fence of Lynnwood to repair a fence at the training ground at 6425 South Machias Road after it was struck by a vehicle.
City of Everett: $103 to CR Harnden Co. of Lynnwood for a Japanese maple tree.
City of Everett: $998 to S. Morris Co. of Sultan for animal cremation services.
City of Arlington: $112 to Airport Windsock Corp. of Fargo, N.D., for new windsocks.
City of Stanwood: $2,277 to Associated Petroleum Products of Tacoma for fuel in February.
Snohomish County Surface Water Management: $45,000 to support the youth education program run by the Stilly-Snohomish Fisheries Enhancement Task Force. The program is expected to reach about 600 students per month in 2012, and include 110-125 classroom lessons, five to 10 watershed tours, up to three habitat-restoration events and six teacher workshops.
Sound Transit: Up to $1.2 million to Motorola of Schaumburg, Ill., to install radio equipment for light-rail train cars to be used between downtown Seattle and the University District when the line is completed.
City of Marysville: $2,649 to HD Fowler Company for meter parts.
City of Marysville: $114,688 to Snohomish County Public Works for solid waste disposal.
Everett Public Schools: $2.4 million for an energy upgrade project at Everett High School.
City of Edmonds: $10 to Edmonds Auto Parts for clamps.
City of Edmonds: $21 to Indoff Incorporated for visitor badges.
City of Edmonds: $1,783 to Skagit Gardens for flower program supplies.
City of Edmonds: $1,369 to Steve Jensen Studios for public art maintenance.
Disputes involving public agencies.
Agency: Snohomish County
Agreement: Contractor Whole Energy Fuels Corp. of Bellingham has agreed to deliver $142,976 in goods and services to compensate for failing to meet all of the terms of a contract to design and install a system for crushing canola seed at the county’s Cathcart property. The original 2008 contract was for $464,484.