Budget watch

Here’s how some of your taxes were spent during recent city council actions.

Arlington: $567 to Arlington’s River Rock Inn for the City Council retreat.

$646 to Kallicott Landscaping and Hydroseeding of Marysville for seeding grass at the skateboard park.

$750 to the Baller Herbst Law Group of Washington, D.C., for cable television franchise renewal.

$9,437 to SPL Integrated Solutions of Columbia, Md., for furnishings and equipment.

Everett: $529 to Clipper Navigation Inc. for San Juan Island Cruise.

$322 to Tillicum Village &Tours Inc. for Tillicum Salmon Dinner.

$59,203 to Mitsubishi Corporation subsidiary Petro Diamond Inc. for fuel.

$315,724 to Gilling Corporation of Hayward, Calif., for a low floor transit bus.

Granite Falls: $6,596.96 to Foster Pepper of Seattle for legal services on a personnel issue.

$697.10 to Les Schwab of Lake Stevens for dump truck repair and tires.

$76.95 to Traffic Signs of Carnation for a double-sided street sign replacement.

Lake Stevens: $1,907.40 to Corporate Office Supplies of Arlington for office supplies for various departments.

$149.66 to Greg’s Custom Fishing Rod of Lake Stevens for hip waders to clean storm drains.

$419.09 to Pope Locksmith &Safe Inc. of Bothell to change the locks on the Community/Senior Center.

Lynnwood: $174,000 to match a state grant to cover the $259,000 cost of renovating a historic water tower for Heritage Park.

$3,250 to subscribe to NW Property.net, a real-estate information service, for the remainder of the year.

Monroe: $71 to Brim Tractor Company, Inc. of Everett for roadside mower.

$667 to Del’s Farm Supply for the Lake Tye ball field backstop.

$269 to H.B. Jaeger Company of Snohomish for Lake Tye asphalt trail.

Snohomish: $9,248 to Berk &Associates of Seattle for helping the city create a blueprint of its future growth.

$2,731 to Financial Consult Inc. of North Bend for police dog cage.

$1,994 to Jani King of Seattle for janitorial contract.

Stanwood: $174 to American Car Care Centers of Stanwood for windshield wipers for a 1994 Dodge Caravan and repairs and maintenance for a 1995 Ford F350 pickup truck.

$13,763 to the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway for a construction permit for repairs to the 271st Street NW project.

$439 to Kelly Services of Everett for temporary reception in May.

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