Rochester City Council Member Adam McFadden says the city may be spending it's way into debt with it's "Zero Tolerence" crackdown. "Lets just say we approved two and a half million dollars last month and looks like were burning through that and this money is only gonna last us til january so people have to ask,"Do they want the city to go into debt on an initiative like this?" said McFadden. This week News Eight learned that MAyor Bob Duffy is requesting am additional one-point-six million dollars for it's crime initiative. Just last month the city council approved 2.5 million for the crine fighting effort. MAcFadden believes the spending could come back to haunt the city. "We are projecting a pretty significant deficit in the next fiscal year if we keep spending our contingency money i dont know how we're gonna deal with the projected deficit," said McFadden. The money would help pay for overtime for the extra police patrols. The city says it would generate about 500-thousand dollars from parking tickets, speeding violations, and cell phone violations. McFadden suports the city's crime fighting effort but says the crackdown is only "pulling up weeds" and not addressing the roots of crme. "If we're gonna continue to keep pumping money into this to pay for overtime why not address the real issue which is our two section system where we seem to be burnig through a lot of money," added McFadden.