Lee County Utility authorities say after making it through 75 percent of the fiscal year, they're on track when it comes to finances.
Chris Boswell, the general manager of the Lee County Utility Authority, approached the board Monday evening with a rundown of how the county's finances are faring.
The board is where they projected themselves to be one year ago.
"As I, as the general manager, come in and review the numbers I want to make sure that we're within the budget or approved budget numbers and right now we're going to end this year April, May, June in good shape," says Chris Boswell.
He says he doesn't see any problems in the future to throw them off track.