Gov. Jerry Brown will make a stop in Fresno on Monday to hold private meetings with local community leaders following the release of the 2014-2015 budget proposal last week.
The governor's office said the spending proposal will balance the budget, pay off $11 billion in debt and establish a "rainy day" fund.
Gov. Brown will meet with leaders in local education, water, agriculture, law enforcement and others in the community.
The Fresno stop is part of a two-day sweep through inland California. Brown also plans to stop in Bakersfield and Riverside on Tuesday.
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