(San Francisco, CA) -- San Francisco supervisors are accepting one-point-seven-million-dollars in state money which was intended to pay for one public toilet, but after much potty-mouthing, will now pay for two toilets.
A small, single-stall toilet planned for the Noe Valley Town Square was projected to cost one-point-seven million.
A donated toilet reduced the cost of the Noe Valley restroom quite a bit. But the city says toilet number two, planned for Precita Park in Bernal Heights, could still cost one-point-four-million, wiping away the rest of the state grant.
Governor Gavin Newsom mirrored the outrage, telling the SF Chronicle he was placing the state funds on hold until the city proves it could build a toilet without flushing so much money down the drain.