(Santa Ana, CA) – The County of Orange will sponsor a budget workshop next week to inform the community about its budget process and anticipated issues for the upcoming fiscal year. It will be held at 9 a.m., May 27 in the Hall of Administration Board hearing room on the first floor, 10 Civic Center Plaza in Santa Ana.
Scott Baugh, the County’s Sacramento legislative advocate will provide an "insider's" perspective about the latest news on the State budget and legislation. County staff will introduce the proposed 2005-06 budget and address some of the County’s major issues. The workshop will begin with a summary of the current State budget and its effects on County services and also include an overview of the budget for 2005-06, Proposition 69 (DNA sample collection), the Probation Department’s Youth Leadership Academy, and watershed water quality.
Other speakers will include County Executive Officer Thomas G. Mauk and CEO budget staff.
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