It seems alcohol sales haven't been the City tax boom or a widespread social problem as some residents had argued.
Ed Miladin, the city's Alcoholic Beverage Control officer, gave the Campbellsville City Council an update on alcohol licenses during its regular meeting Monday night.
More than a year after voters approved limited alcohol sales in Campbellsville, there are only two restaurants now seving, Miladin said.
The City has collected about $500 in alcohol taxes from Cafe' Bonin, the first restaurant to serve alcohol and about $2,000 from Fiesta Mexico according to Miladin.
And police haven't seen an increase in alcohol related crimes, Campbellsville Police Chief Dennis Benningfield said. Police have not responded to any calls related to problems in the restaurants that serve alcohol.