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

Arlington: $13,132 to the Snohomish County Auditor’s Office for voter registration expenses.

$217,713 to Boss Contractors of Bellingham for the city’s new biosolids composting facility.

$89,363 to Schreiber and Lane of Seattle for architect and engineering expenses for the new police station.

Darrington: $22,957 to the Association of Washington Cities for the town’s annual insurance premium.

Edmonds: $168,204 to Gary Harper Construction of Redmond for final construction costs for the sanitary sewer meter rehabilitation project, to rebuild two sewer meters and demolish an old pump station.

Everett: $1.34 million for expenses for various city departments from Feb. 20-27.

$2.63 million for payroll expenses for the period ending Feb. 21.

$141,372 to Ben-Ko-Matic Brush and Equipment Co. of Kent for a street sweeper.

$543,500 to create a special fund for technology improvements to the City Council chambers, including an upgrade of audiovisual equipment for televised broadcasts of council meetings.

Granite Falls: $2,620 to Lyderson and Associates of Everett for attorney’s fees.

Lake Stevens: $2,091 to Corporate Office Supplies of Arlington for office supplies.

$2,516 to the state Department of Revenue for sewer utility excise tax.

$4,000 to Jeffrey Goodwin of Edmonds, the city attorney, for his monthly retainer.

$29,950 to the Lake Stevens Sewer District for the city’s contract on conveyance of sewage through the district’s system.

Lynnwood: $122,262 to Grade Inc. of Woodinville for landscaping and irrigation work at the city’s Utility Maintenance Center.

Marysville: $11,456 to Barron Heating and Air Conditioning of Bellingham for heating and duct work on the Public Safety Building.

$228,393 to Marysville Fire District No. 12 for fire control and emergency medical aid service.

$26,574 to the Snohomish County Auditor for maintaining the city’s 2003 voter registration file.

Monroe: $826 to State Chemical Manufacturing Co. of Cleveland, Ohio, for restroom supplies.

Snohomish: $1,046 to Puget Sound Energy of Bellevue for natural gas from Jan. 7 to Feb. 5.

Stanwood: $733,788 to Prospect Construction Inc. of Auburn for ongoing construction of a new wastewater treatment plant.

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