Toilet Paper Newark Budget Shortfall - Mayor Cory Booker

By: Bill Waters
Staff Writer
Published: Jul 26, 2021

Newark Mayor Cory Booker says toilet paper is not in the city budget for public restrooms.

Toilet paper Newark, New Jersey is not in the budget. Newark Major Cory Booker says that toilet paper is no longer in the city budget. This can only mean that restrooms used by visitors and staff in Newark city buildings will have no toilet paper.

Newark Mayor Cory Booker is talking about a $70 million budget shortfall. However, city employees want toilet paper in the public restrooms. Booker said he would cut any city contract that is not necessary to support the core obligations of the city government.

Mayor Booker is also eliminating holiday decorations in Newark, New Jersey. That's not all, he wants to close city swimming pools and cut the working hours of every non-uniformed city employee from five days weekly to four. This means that city workers could see a 20 percent reduction in pay.

Most of the budget cuts begin on August 1. City officials expect the cuts to result in savings of from $10 million to $15 million. However, that doesn't even reduce Newark's big deficit by much.

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