The city of Caneyville adopted its official budget for the 2019-2020 fiscal year during Monday's regular Caneyville City Commission meeting.

The adopted budget ordinance projects the city will bring in $871,505.03 in general fund revenue and $741,244.76 in water and sewer revenue in the coming year.

It also projects the city will have $464,200 in general fund expenditures and $544,223.19 in water and sewer expenditures.

According to Caneyville Mayor James Embry's budget message, read at last month's city commission meeting prior to the first reading of the 2019-2020 budget ordinance, the budget for the coming fiscal year includes, among other items, $10,000 for repairs to the Purple Flash Community Center; $17,250 for payment on the community center's roof repair debt; $12,200 from the state for Municipal Road Aid for street and sidewalk repairs; and a new laptop with Windows 10 at the cost of $1,500.

Following the second reading of the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 budget ordinance, the city commission voted to adopt it.

Additionally, the city commission also adopted Caneyville's amended Fiscal Year 2018-2019 budget ordinance following its second reading on Monday.

The ordinance amends the city's general fund revenues from $775,230 to $801,949.61; general fund expenditures from $466,053 to $456,631; water and sewer revenues from $686,733 to $728,407.01; and water and sewer expenditures from $461,780 to $463,628.67.

In other business:

*Marilyn Templeman updated the city commission on the schedule of events for the upcoming Caneyville Day, which will be held at the Purple Flash Community Center on Saturday, June 29.

A Market Day will be held inside the community center from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.; a car show will be held from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m.; and activities for kids will be available from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m.

*The city commission voted to purchase an automated external defibrillator (AED) for use at the community center/ball park from HeartSmart for $980 after the new fiscal year begins on July 1.

*It was announced that the city commission will hold a public hearing on Monday, June 17 at 6 p.m. at Caneyville City Hall to discuss the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding it expects to receive for its water line rehabilitation project.

Caneyville Water/Sewer Superintendent Jacob Crume said he expected to receive a set of plans either this past week or next week laying out where the new water lines will be installed.

Crume also reported that the emergency water line repair has been completed.

*City officials expressed their appreciation for David Royalty, an employee of the Grayson County Detention Center whose crews of inmates helped the city complete many of its projects, and wished him well in his retirement. The city also wished to thank Grayson County Jailer Jason Woosley for allowing the crews of inmates to work on Caneyville's projects.

*Dan Drane, CPA, of Drane & Company, PLLC, out of Hardinsburg, Kentucky, provided the city of Caneyville's 2017-2018 audit report, which he said was a clean opinion.

Following Drane's presentation, the city commission voted to accept the audit report.

*The city commission voted to permit the Caneyville Fire Department to participate in the county fire dues program again this year.

*The city commission voted to accept bids for a 1982 GMC Brigadier tanker following the city's recent purchase of a newer fire truck.

*The city commission voted to contract with the Grayson County Health Department for city employees' vaccinations.

*The city commission entered executive session to discuss personnel. Upon returning to regular session, City Commissioner Scott Majors said the commission had made some salary adjustments.