City Council employees in Trenton, NJ may need to keep their own personal roll of toilet paper handy.  The Council president is trying to reach an agreement with Trenton City Mayor Tony Mack to keep its facility stocked with toilet paper and paper towels.  Supplies are running out and a failure to meet in the middle could make a normal workday tricky in the very near future.City Council President Kathy McBride tells USA Today:

"I'm embarrassed. I'm a little disgusted, and I feel we're doing an injustice to the residents of the city and the employees."

The lack of resources would also affect senior centers, the police department, fire department, museum and a local water filtration plant.