Funding for the stadium (£12m) was agreed in 2010 and confirmed when planning permission for the new Monks Cross development was granted in 2011.
That development – which includes the John Lewis store -was finished and opened several months ago.
The Council has been very slow to start work on an alternative athletics facility having dithered over the precise location for the track on the York University campus.
Only an immediate start on the stadium in the autumn (when the athletics season comes to an end) would give some hope that it could be in use for the 2016/17 football stadium (the Football League frowns on Clubs that try to change homes mid season)
But the Stadium has yet to receive detailed planning permission and Cllr Crisp has been unable to even decide who will manage the stadium.
Cllr Ian Cuthbertson has now tabled the following question for the meeting next week,
“What is the Cabinet Member’s deadline for starting work on the ground at the new Community Stadium at Huntington and what is her current best estimate of its opening date?”
In April, Council Leader James Alexander tweeted to give an absolute guarantee that “construction work on the Stadium would start by March 2015”
Most stadia take at least 18 months to build.