Budget watch

Here’s how some of your taxes were spent during recent City Council and school board actions.

Lake Stevens: $1,590 to the National League of Cities for annual dues.

$31,485 to Keithly Weed Graafstra and Benson Inc. of Snohomish for legal services.

$1,808 to the state Department of Ecology for a biosolids permit.

$53,016 to Waste Management Northwest of Phoenix, Ariz., for collection of residential yard waste.

$150 to the Snohomish County Department of Information Services for computer classes.

Marysville: $500 to the Snohomish County treasurer for crime victim-witness funds.

$1,658 to Snohomish County Human Services for fourth-quarter liquor profits.

$132 to the Association of Snohomish County Cities and Towns for the March cities and towns meeting.

$3,044 to Edge Analytical Inc. of Burlington for water quality testing.

$54 to the state Department of Licensing for weapons permits.

Monroe: $30 to Cascade Animal Clinic of Monroe for veterinary services.

$363 to Elite Lock &Safe of Monroe for keys.

$591 to Hill Street Drycleaners of Monroe for dry-cleaning services.

Mountlake Terrace: $9,948 to the Terrace-Brier Lions Club, $2,552 to the Snohomish County Tourism Bureau, $1,000 to the Olympic Ballet Theatre and $1,500 to the Friends of the Arts for events and tourism promotion.

$12,500 in community grants to seven nonprofit organizations for events, equipment and city beautification.

Snohomish: $444 to Blumenthal Uniform Co. of Seattle for rechargeable flashlights for the water department.

$1,692 to Nextel Communications of Reston, Va., for phones from Jan. 5 to Feb. 5.

$24 to The Herald of Everett for notice of a public hearing on sign codes.

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