City employee raises still in question

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Though $5,000 toward YMCA feasibility study is included.

By James Roberts

While the futures of Rescue and E-911 are now squared away, the city still has a few budget hurdles to tackle as the new fiscal year approaches.

Employee raises and the impact of health insurance costs are still being mulled over, according to Campbellsville Mayor Tony Young.

Though the final draft of the 2011-2012 budget is still in the works, Campbellsville City Council members discussed the issue at length during Monday night's regular meeting. Young said he expected to have the budget completed and in the hands of council members by today or tomorrow.

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