Budget watch

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

Arlington: $260,147 to Soto and Sons Construction of Everson for rebuilding Dunham Street.

$17,420 to Bailey, Duskin, Peiffle and Canfield of Arlington for city attorney fees.

$26,726 to Commercial Fence of Seattle for two airport gates.

$1,524 to Cummins Northwest of Portland, Ore., for repairs and maintenance on the sewer plant’s generator.

Everett: $184.80 to Refugee and Immigrant Services NW for Spanish translation.

$532.70 to Awards of Praise for a plaque, engraving, a gavel and name plates for former City Council President Marion Krell upon her retirement.

$504.99 to Dunlap Industrial Hardware for rubber boots, wader boots and de-icers.

Lake Stevens: $17,169 to Shockey Brent of Everett for professional planning services.

$108 to Public Safety Testing of Lynnwood for a quarterly subscription fee.

$3,577 to Summit Law Group of Seattle for legal services during labor negotiations.

$1,937 to the Lake Stevens School District for fuel for city vehicles.

Marysville: $378 to Clean Cut of Arlington for removing trees in Jennings Park.

$1,272 to the state Department of Corrections for food for inmates.

$2,636 to General Chemical of Dallas for aluminum sulfate for the wastewater treatment plant.

$4,390 to Office Depot for chairs for City Council chambers.

Monroe: $195 to Elite Lock &Safe of Monroe for parks locks and keys.

$2,250 to Monroe Chamber of Commerce for monthly payment.

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

$864 to The Herald of Everett for ads about December City Council agendas.

Stanwood: $248,608 to Ben-Ko-Matic of Portland, Ore., for a 2006 vactortruck to clean storm water drainage pipes.

$251 to Thomas and Associates of Stanwood for the registration, license and title for the vactor truck.

$673 to Faber Crane Services of Everett for removal of the siren on an old fire station.

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