Budget Watch

Edmonds: $355 to A&A Language Services Inc. of Bellevue for interpreter fees.

$600 to Brett S. Nagle LLC of Seattle for public defender fees.

$1,780 to Edge Analytical of Burlington for water quality lab samples.

$310 to Germania Seed Co. of Chicago for a city-sponsored flower program.

Everett: $82,500 to Snohomish County PUD for a 75-foot transmission pole and seven distribution poles for the Everett Riverfront project.

$93,400 to CNJA Architects of Everett for additional design work for a new animal shelter on Smith Island. The old animal shelter is being demolished to make room for the Everett Riverfront project.

$54,750 to Gibson Traffic Consultants of Everett for a traffic study of Broadway from 37th Street to Highway 526.

Monroe: $1,626 to Cadman Inc. of Snohomish for yard rocks.

$51 to Data Base Secure of Kirkland for shredding services in January.

Snohomish: $49 to GlobalStar USA LLC of Los Angeles for satellite phone from Jan. 16 to Feb. 16.

$1,353 to Loren R. Waxler of Everett for public defender fees.

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