Toilet Paper Is Not Easy To Get In New Jersey
16. March 2012
If you happen to heed the call of nature better keep away from the public comfort rooms in Trenton, New Jersey. This developed after the capital city of New Jersey is reportedly suffering from shortage of toilet papers at police headquarters, fire stations, senior centers and municipal offices.
Lauren Ira, the spokeswoman for the city administration of Trenton said the problem needs immediate action at the moment. The toilet paper shortage arose after a spending fight broke out among the City Council in November over a $42,000 spending request for a year’s supply of paper products, including toilet paper.
Local residents and officials called on the city council to immediately act on the matter to protect public health. According to reports, the city council is scheduled to meet to reconsider the spending request which has been stalled in debate each of the three times it came up for a vote since November.