Butte County Chief Probation Officer Steve Bordin said from his department's perspective, the governor's proposed budget looks "very good" and he's pleased.
The proposed budget increases Butte County's funding by about $75,000.
It's still too soon to tell what exactly is going to happen, he
This is only the second year since Bordin
started in 2001 that he's
had a positive cash flow.
"This is refreshing and I really applaud the governor and administration," he
spent Thursday having briefings about the matter.
The Chief Probation
Officers of California have been supportive of the governor's proposed budget and have already submitted a letter to thank Brown for his
commitment to investing in probation, Bordin
Probation continues to receive funding for the SB 678 evidence-based programs to keep adults who are on probation from going to prison.
This was the purpose of realignment, he