SAN ANTONIO - City employees at a town in Missouri are having to buy their own toilet paper because of budget cuts.
Employees of the Public Works Barn in Windsor have been supplying their own toilet paper for months after they were allegedly told by the City's administrator that money was tight. She also allegedly told the workers that the decision was made because they used too much toilet paper.
The city administrator denies that she told the employees to bring their own toilet paper, but admits the workers were told the budget was tight.
Windsor's mayor is dismayed about the publicity the story has generated.
"The number one emotion is embarrassment. We have a lot of good things going on in our little town. And this is the topic," said Mayor Justin Brown.
Mayor Brown said he had no idea it was going on until a woman brought it up at a city council meeting.