On the Record: a selection of government data

Budget lines

Spending gleaned from government consent agendas all over Snohomish County.

Snohomish County: $10,000 to help the Snohomish County Museum of History move artifacts from the county’s Carnegie Building so that workers can make seismic upgrades.

Snohomish County: $754,664 to Reid Middleton of Everett for engineering services on a Paine Field runway.

Snohomish County: Up to $90,000 to AON Consulting of Seattle for employee benefit services in 2012.

Marysville: $3,119 to Association of Washington Cities for drug and alcohol testing.

Marysville School District: $4,180 to Marysville-Tulalip Chamber of Commerce.

Lynnwood: $64,690 to Black Rock Cable for a connection to the countywide Public Safety High Speed Fiber Network.

Edmonds: $75.56 to AARD Pest Control for pest control.

Edmonds: $23.52 to Allwater Inc. for drinking water.

Edmonds: $636 to the American Public Works Association for membership renewals.

Edmonds: $1,198.80 to the City of Everett for water quality lab tests.

Arlington: $1,596 to Commercial Fence Corp. for a new gate at the city’s waste water treatment plant.


Civil assessments by regulatory agencies

Agency: Washington State Department of Licensing

Proposed fine: $1,000 for each person

Who: Mike Franzo, Todd Lefebvre and Tim Martinez of Old Town Tattoo and Piercing in Snohomish

Why: Unlicensed artist/shop.

Agency: Washington State Department of Licensing

Proposed fine: $500

Who: Matthew William Robinson of Majestic Barbershop in Mill Creek

Why: Unlicensed salon/shop.

Agency: Washington State Department of Licensing

Proposed fine: $1,500

Who: A2Z Auto Sales and Financial of Lynnwood

Why: Late title transfers and failure to have possession of a title.

Agency: Washington State Department of Licensing

Proposed fine: $3,500

Who: All About Towing &Recovery of Sultan

Why: Failed to follow state rules for vehicle auctions, tow trucks didn’t display required Department of Licensing information, failed to comply with requirements for fences and barbed wire.

Agency: Washington State Department of Licensing

Proposed fine: $2,000

Who: R&R Star Towing of Lynnwood

Why: Failed to file abandoned vehicle reports on time, unlawfully overcharged for additional storage days on six impounded vehicles and failed to submit correct amount of surplus funds to the state.

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