Budget Watch

Edmonds: $90 to Office Max Inc. of Shoreline for office supplies for the Edmonds Public Works Department.

$1,187 to Harrington Industrial Plastics of Seattle for a flow meter.

Marysville: $31,000 to the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce for visitor and community information services for 2008.

Mukilteo: $253 to Home Depot of Everett for operating supplies for public works and other city departments.

$1,875 to Stardom Services Inc. of Lynnwood for janitorial services.

$233 to the Washington State Patrol for concealed-weapons licenses for city police officers.

Monroe: $245 to Office Depot for a bookcase for Hiller West, the city’s community development director.

$10,140 to Snohomish County Auditor of Everett for prosecuting attorney fees.

$212 to the Washington State Patrol for fingerprinting.

Snohomish: $5,997 to Evergreen District Court of Monroe for court filing fees.

$34,869 to Snohomish County Treasurer of Everett for jail booking fees.

$1,000 to the Snohomish Senior Center of Snohomish for monthly contract.

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