The Senate’s budget analysis is an interesting read this year, what with some of the sharper-than-usual criticisms being raised in the usual bland document.

In particular, Senate budget staff is questioning how, exactly, Gov. Andrew Cuomo plans to finance a $20 billion plan to expand homeless and affordable housing statewide over the next five years.

“The FY 2017 Executive Budget includes $25 million in new funding to support anti-poverty initiatives across upstate New York. The Executive has announced a $20 billion, five-year capital plan to expand homeless and affordable housing across the State,” according to the Senate’s “White Book” budget analysis.

The document adds in bold letters:

“Specific details regarding the financing of this plan were not available as of the time of this publication.”