(AUGUSTA,GA) Augusta commissioners are not yet ready to get into the probation business.
City leaders are working to replace Sentinel probationary services with a city run office.
Commissioners put off a vote on this afternoon on spending 330 thousand dollars this year to begin staffing the office.
I just want to us have a little more say so in how it operates per say most certainly we wouldn’t try to operate it the Judicial side of this government would operate it but lets have a little say so in what it looks like and have confidence in it,” said Commissioner Ben Hasan.
COMMISSIONERS WILL ONCE AGAIN TAKE UP THE ISSUE AT THEIR APRIL 12TH MEETING.