Dear Building Management,
In a time of economic difficulty, I am fully aware that sometimes certain cuts need to be made.
For this reason, I understood when you stopped refilling the air fresheners in the bathroom. I figured I could learn to hold my breath for brief periods of time while the women’s restroom smelled of backed-up sewage.
I understood when the toilet seat covers “for my protection” were no longer there. Plus, think of the work-out my glutes and quads would get from the daily squats?
I even understood when you conveniently rigged the sensor-dispenser to distribute less than 4” of paper towel per use. I figured, Sure! I could go a little MORE green and utilize the back of my skirt as a secondary hand towel anyway.
But, replacing the toilet paper with sand paper? There are some things that are simply uncalled for, and THAT is one of them. I ask that you reconsider this particular "savings".