It is crisis time in Trenton, where the city is literally running out of toilet paper.
"It's about one of the last boxes of toilet paper we have for the city buildings," said maintenance supervisor Paul Heater, pointing to a large box.
Supplies have dwindled down to almost nothing because City Council has failed to approve the mayor's $42,000 order for paper products.
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Posted March 13, 2012 at 4:02 pm
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