Budget Watch

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

Arlington $3,693 to Perteet Engineering of Everett for work on an update to the city’s transportation plan.

$4,716 to Reid Middleton of Everett for an engineering contract.

$1,230 to Police Chief John Gray for professional development.

$424 to Barnett Implement of Mount Vernon for equipment maintenance and operation.

Edmonds: $192,286 to Technical Systems, Inc. to replace sewage pumps.

$118,751 to R.C. Zeigler Co. to renovate the elevator in the South County Senior Center.

Lake Stevens: $72 to the state Department of Licensing for concealed pistol permits.

$275 to the state Department of Corrections for a work crew.

$33,083 to the Lake Stevens Sewer District for sewer services.

$300 to Lake Stevens True Value for miscellaneous supplies.

$5,960 to Keithly, Weed, Graafstra and Benson of Snohomish for legal services.

Marysville: $19,191 to OTAK of Lake Oswego, Ore., for ongoing professional engineering services.

$1,481 to Providence Everett Medical Center in Everett for inmate medical care.

$15,428 to the Lake Stevens School District for mitigation fees.

$501,284 to Marysville Fire District No. 12 for fire and emergency medical services.

$12,963 to Gray and Osborne of Seattle for ongoing work.

Monroe: $27,200 to Terex Utilities of Chicago for lift truck for public works projects.

$853 to Snohomish County PUD of Everett for a flagpole riser.

$1,376 to Cascade Machinery &Electric of Seattle for well pump replacement.

$135 to Collegiate Pacific of Dallas for soccer net with clips at Sky River Park.

Snohomish: $3,250 to Kemp West of Snohomish for dangerous tree removal.

$1,833 to Monroe Rock of Snohomish for 500 tons of crushed rock, which the city uses for a variety of uses including pothole filling and road smoothing.

$17,550 to Snohomish County Public Works Department of Everett for grading permit for a segment of the city’s sewer trunk line project.

Stanwood $1,579 to Larry Warner for replacing the roof on the public works shop.

$11,437 to Ferguson Enterprises of Newport News, Va., for meter supplies.

$3,084 to Iddings Inc. of Covington for supplies for Church Creek Park.

$2,428 to Olson Backhoe of Lakewood for work on a water main pipe on Highway 532.

$81 to Ovenell Backhoe Service of Stanwood for backhoe rental in April.

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