According to City Councilman Frank Vescera, the city's cash shortage will force City Comptroller Michael Cerminaro to ask to borrow more than $5 and a half million dollars now - and another $10 million dollars later in the year.
Vescera says this is an irresponsible path to take.
"I will not vote for going into deeper debt to pay for old debt. It's a vicious cycle and a circle that you can't get out of, and it's not the responsible path to take, it's not the responsible approach to take."
The 9-member council will be voting on the borrowing tomorrow night. The Comptroller told Eyewitness News he didn't want to comment on the matter at this time.