Budget Watch

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

Arlington: $548 to Cascade Valley Hospital of Arlington for drug supplies.

$7,612 to the city of Marysville for court filing fees.

$1,167 to Newman Traffic Signs of Jamestown, N.D., for traffic signs and miscellaneous community services.

$7,434 to National Barricade of Seattle for construction supplies.

Edmonds: Up to $135,044 to Berryman &Henigar Inc. of Seattle to design a rehabilitation project for a wastewater lift station.

Everett: $16,128.26 to Rubatino Refuse Removal for garbage pickup.

$147.84 to Recall Secure Destruction Services for shredding fees.

Lynnwood: Up to $93,000 to the Berger Partnership PS of Seattle to design parks, streetscapes, walkways and trails for the City Center project area.

Up to $25,000 to Norton-Arnold &Co., of Seattle to plan and coordinate public involvement for City Center planning projects.

$15,700 to Johns Cleaning Services Inc. for dry cleaning and laundering for the police department.

Up to $13,625 to the Snohomish County Tourism Bureau for visitor information services.

An estimated annual total of $11,000 to Vanderveen Family Transport of Bellingham to haul biosolids from the wastewater treatment plant.

Lake Stevens: $60 to the Association of Snohomish County Cities for April meeting registration.

$3,586 to the U.S. Treasury for fourth quarter 2005 payroll taxes.

$400 to the Lake Stevens Police Guild for membership dues.

$1,559 to CNR for computer repairs and services.

Marysville: $43 to AAA Fire and Safety of Seattle for a fire extinguisher.

$349 to Coastline Ford Tractor for mower blades and hardware.

$1,104 to the state Department of Corrections for prisoner food.

$260 to Corrosion Specialists for machine parts for sand pumps.

Monroe: $78 to AAA Monroe Rock Corp., of Snohomish for Curry Park trail system maintenance.

$324 to Cintas Corp., of Everett for uniforms.

$140 to online database LexisNexis for police investigations.

Snohomish: $42 to Nextel Communications of Reston, Va., for city manager cell phone.

$9,697 to Snohomish County PUD for electricity from Feb. 1 to March 10.

$172 to the state Department of Printing for city logo envelopes.

Stanwood: $102,867 to Pacific Ridge Homes of Everett for a refund of school impact fees.

$60 to Camano Mower and Saw for repair and maintenance of a tractor.

$98 to Code Publishing Co. of Seattle for copies of the Stanwood Municipal Code.

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