The Campbellsville City Council met in regular session Monday, June 4th. The council passed the second reading of the budget ordinance establishing the operating budget for the 2018-2019 fiscal year for the City of Campbellsville. The budget includes a 1.5 percent increase on the water, sewer and garbage bill received by city residents each month, a 2 percent pay raise for city employees and 25,000 dollars for a park manager position for the proposed Campbellsville Sports Complex just off Highway 55 South in Campbellsville. Campbellsville Mayor Tony Young also reported that the alcohol regulatory fee is being decreased from 8 percent to 6 percent. In other action the Campbellsville City Council voted to accept 182,000 dollars in municipal aid money from the State Department of Transportation for street maintenance in the city, awarded the road salt bid to Morton Salt, approved a new contract with Waste Connections under which its transfer station in Campbellsville will continue to accept for disposal all garbage collected in Campbellsville by the Campbellsville Sanitation Department and approved declaring a 1993 emergency rescue vehicle surplus for the purpose of selling that vehicle.