Pictured right, Mayor Tony Young and Dr. Ted Taylor at the Praying Hands Dedication Service today at Campbellsville University.
Pictured left, Mayor Tony Young, Firefighter Keith Bricken and Firefighter Alex Johnson at the Praying Hands Dedication Service today at Campbellsville University.
Mayor Tony Young and Judge Eddie Rogers proclaimed the month of April as Child Abuse Prevention Month. Congratulations to Bella Long, a TCES student, who won the T-Shirt Design Competition for Child Abuse Prevention
Campbellsville Water & Sewer is accepting applications for the position of Meter Reader.
Primary duties include: reading water meters for customers of the water system, entering those readings into handheld devices, and downloading route readings. Other duties include connection and disconnection of water service, repair of water lines and meters during on-call hours, maintaining company vehicle for safe and proper operation, helping keep grounds and work areas cleaned, and miscellaneous duties as assigned by the supervisor. This position entails daily production requirements, repetitive stooping, stretching, kneeling, and bending in all weather conditions. Applicants must have a valid Kentucky driver’s license and a high school diploma or equivalent. A pre-employment background check and drug and alcohol screening are required.
Applications may be obtained from the Campbellsville Water & Sewer office at 110 S Columbia Avenue, Suite A, Campbellsville, KY 42718, or at www.campbellsville.us. Completed applications must be received at the above address by 5:00 PM on Friday, April 24, 2015. Campbellsville Water & Sewer is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.
Campbellsville High School students provided great ideas for the development of a strategic plan for the City of Campbellsville. Click on link to view:
Campbellsville High School Listening Design Session