On the Record: a selection of government data

Budget lines

Spending gleaned from government consent agendas.

State Recreation and Conservation Funding Board: $33,000 to Fisheries Engineers of Brier for to develop preliminary fish-passage designs and cost estimates for high-priority projects. This amends an existing contract to cover projects, including ones in Clark and King counties.

State Department of Labor and Industries: $13,800 in federal money to Fresh Consulting of Bellevue to develop Web pages showcasing successful health-care apprenticeship and workplace-based training programs.

Edmonds School District: $244,500 to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office for a full-time deputy assigned to Lynnwood High School for the 2012-15 school years.

Snohomish County Airport: $4,986,819 low bid awarded to IMCO General Construction of Ferndale for reconstruction of Paine Field Runway 16L-34R.

City of Everett: $3,175,995 bid awarded to Razz Construction of Bellingham to widen 112th Street SE between Silver Lake Road and the Bothell-Everett Highway.

City of Everett: $84 for an assistant fire marshal badge, $180 for a captain’s badge and insignia and $457 for a battalion chief plate to LN Curtis &Sons of Seattle.

City of Lynnwood: $397,969 to Taylor’s Excavators of Stanwood for pedestrian and bicycle safety improvements to curbs, gutters, sidewalks and lanes along 40th Avenue West.

Everett School District: $6,500 to Premier Agendas for supplies and materials.

Everett SChool District: $2,666 to Wish Come True for supplies and materials.

City of Arlington: $27,702 to Shannon &Wilson, a Seattle geotechnical firm, for the city’s well rehabilitation project.

City of Stanwood: $2,000 for postage to send out the city’s August utility bills.

Penalties

Civil assessments by government for violations of law or regulation.

Agency: Washington state Department of Licensing

Proposed penalty: Ordered to cease and desist and fined $4,500.

Subject: Jason Carrington of Granite Falls

Reason: Unlicensed auto dealer activity.

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