LINCOLN -- Lincoln City Council members on Monday approved of the first, two-year budget worth more than $300-million. Council members voted 5-1, with Jon Camp casting the lone opposing vote. Camp says one of the issues he has with the budget deals increases in the landfill fee. He says there's been an effort to expend about $2.5-million in the Landfill capital enterprise funds to recover methane gas from the landfill and resulting in $300,000 in revenues a year. But due to a pending decline in a federal subsidy for one of Mayor Beutler's aides, Camp says the administration wants to take about $25,000 to $30,000 out of the methane gas sales toward subsidizing that position next year and another $120,000 to $130,000 the following year. Camp adds this is part of the landfill enterprise fund and it should stay there. The new city budget goes into effect September 1. It doesn't involve any tax increases or cuts to city services, but there are user fee increases.