On the Record: a selection of government data

Budget lines

Spending gleaned from government consent agendas.

Cross Valley Water District (Snohomish area): $6,779 to Buno Construction of Snohomish for work related to water main replacements along Highway 9.

City of Arlington: $989 to Unique Interiors of Arlington for new carpet for the cemetery office.

City of Stanwood: $4,166 to Prothman of Seattle for the search for a new city finance director.

City of Everett: $43,529.55 to Cemex for a rockery, quarry rock, concrete and various construction materials.

City of Everett: $630.02 to Iron Mountain Quarry of Bothell for gravel.

City of Everett: $6,668.80 to ThyssenKrupp Elevator for repairs.

City of Everett: $747.48 to Bouncyhouse.com for slide rental during Everett’s National Night Out event.

City of Everett: $1,642.37 to Main Media of Everett for Monte Cristo award plaques.

City of Everett: $759.00 to HAW Geosciences of Lynnwood for Valley View landslide consulting.

City of Everett: $500 to the Gene Nastri School of Mukilteo for a mariachi performance at Everett’s National Night Out event.

City of Lynnwood: Up to $32,000 to Rotary Offset Press of Kent for printing and distribution of the Lynnwood Recreation Guide.

Penalties

Civil assessments by government for violations of law or regulation.

Agency: Washington State Department of Licensing

Proposed penalty: Fined $13,500, with $6,750 stayed if no similar violations for one year

Subject: Sparky’s Towing of Lynnwood

Reason: Overcharged for storage fees, failed to keep required records, failed to send required information to state agencies and failed to meet storage yard requirements, among other violations.

Agency: Washington State Department of Ecology

Proposed penalty: $4,000 fine, agreement by city to make $4 million to $5 million in sewer-line repairs.

Subject: City of Everett

Reason: One million gallons of raw sewage released into North Creek in April.

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