add-backs, according to Preston aide Avery Yu. The full Board of Supervisors approved the budget Tuesday 10-1, with District 2 Supervisor Catherine Stefani casting the lone no vote.Preston cited the pandemic's economic toll as a reason for the program."Small businesses are barely making it, and many are closing," Preston stated in a news release. "I'm proud to partner with the district attorney's office on this creative approach to get crucial financial relief into the hands of struggling small businesses in District 5."Boudin stated victims of property crime deserve greater consideration from public authorities."Too often, crime victims are left to shoulder the losses from crime," Boudin stated. "In California, we have programs to assist.