Last year, when a reporter asked Mr. Flotteron if the general fund would be used, Flotteron said "no more". Supervisor Croci said we can "not continue to rob from our future and our fund balance" or it will "affect your bond rating". So how is it that they just proposed raiding the fund 14 million dollars? The S&P just downgraded Islip's outlook and warned of worse if they did this. It's all about getting re-elected, and there's no public hearing on this until after the elections, go figure.