Home

 

Water Line Repair Announcement

by melaniepuryear on August 30, 2016

Campbellsville Water & Sewer

*******Press Release*******

 

Campbellsville Water & Sewer will be doing repairs to a water line on Main Street this evening, Tuesday, August 30th, and Wednesday evening, August 31st.  Crews will begin work at 6:00 PM and anticipate completion of the repairs by midnight. 

Main Street will be closed between Court Street and Lebanon Avenue, beginning at 6:00 PM today and 6:00 PM tomorrow.  The street should be re-opened each night by midnight.  Please avoid this area if at all possible.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and we appreciate your patience.

Addressing the Sewer Problem_Page_1 Addressing the Sewer Problem_Page_2

Sanitation Sewer System Update in The City and Miller Park

by melaniepuryear on August 18, 2016

Memo 8-18-16

Campbellsville Water & Sewer Press Release

by melaniepuryear on August 12, 2016

Campbellsville Water & Sewer

*******Press Release*******

 

Campbellsville Water & Sewer will be doing repairs to a water line on Main Street on Sunday evening, August 14, 2016.  Crews will begin work at 6:00 PM and anticipate completion of the repairs by midnight. 

Main Street will be closed between South Central Avenue and Court Street, beginning at 6:00 on Sunday evening.  Please avoid this area if at all possible.  The street should be opened by midnight.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and we appreciate your patience.

Water and Sewer Employee Serves for 26 Years

by Cody Wood on August 3, 2016

GregRuckerRetirement1

Greg Rucker began employment with Campbellsville & Sewer Systems on July 17th, 1990. He was employed full time on July 17th, 1991. Greg worked 26 years for the company.

 

Greg held a Class IV-A Surface Water Treatment Operator License from the state of Kentucky. Greg operated a surface Water Treatment Plant that provided potable water for the city, county and surrounding water systems.

 

Greg’s job included pumping raw water from Green River Lake, maintaining proper chemical feeds and equipment to treat and disinfect the water to make it consumable. Monitoring plant data systems, monitoring distribution pump stations and tanks to ensure customers had adequate water supplies. Sampling and testing to ensure all Federal EPA and Kentucky Division of Water regulations were met.

Pictured are Mayor Tony Young, Greg Rucker, and Darrell Pierce.