A budget battle in New Jersey's capital city has some extremely unpleasant fallout, including a toilet paper shortage at police headquarters, fire stations, senior centers and municipal offices. Supplies have been dwindling down to almost nothing in the months since 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. “I’m embarrassed,” the Council president said. “I’m a little disgusted, and I feel we’re doing an injustice to the residents of the city and the employees.” The City Council was scheduled to meet to reconsider the spending request which also included a high unit price for hot drink cups.
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