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Published: Saturday, May 12, 2012, 1:11 p.m.

On the Record: a selection of government data

Road trips

Government travel spending Who: Eileen Simmons, director, Everett Public Library
Destination: Philadelphia
Purpose: Public Library Association conference
Dates: March 14-17, 2012
Cost: $975 for registration and hotel

Budget lines

Spending gleaned from government consent agendas all over Snohomish County. Snohomish County: $26,371 per year to Jury Systems of Simi Valley, Calif., for software to manage jury info. Snohomish County: $1,544,791 low bid awarded to Watson Asphalt Paving of Redmond for equipment, materials and other services related to the county's street overlay program. City of Arlington: $2,380 to Arlington Hardware for supplies. City of Stanwood: $1,298 to Skagit Farmers Supply for supplies. City of Lynnwood: Up to $619,800 to Terra Dynamics for development of Stadler Ridge Park. City of Lynnwood: $53,600 to Lakeside Equipment for a new grit classifier to process waste at the wastewater treatment plant. City of Edmonds: $4,939 to A&A Language Services for interpreter fees. City of Edmonds: $306 to Atco International for cleaning supplies. City of Edmonds: $253 to the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office for inmate prescriptions. City of Edmonds: $884 to Zumar Industries for traffic signs.

Damage claims

Who is alleging harm and the reasons. Agency: Snohomish County
Claimant: Jon Brewer
Asking: $183
Why: Claimant alleges that his vehicle hit a pothole at Larch Way and 212 Street SW in Brier on Jan. 20. Agency: Snohomish County
Claimant: Antonio Garza of Snohomish
Amount: $558
Why: Claimant contends a rock from a road maintenance trimmer damaged the front window of his home. Agency: Snohomish County
Claimant: Tom and Angela Schneider
Amount: $5,279
Why: Claimants contend that a drain hose popped out of their washer during a weatherization inspection, causing water to flood the laundry room.

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