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Editorial: Gov. Pat McCrory Cuts School Funding But Plans To Drop $230K To Remodel 6 Bathrooms

Editorial: Gov. Pat McCrory Cuts School Funding But Plans To Drop $230K To Remodel 6 Bathrooms

The administration has not said what requirement was met to make the bathrooms need to be brought “up to code.” The state’s plumbing code requires an inspection to determine a “hazard or unsafe condition” before a functioning bathroom must be replaced.

Last July, $19,000 was spent on the Capital office bathroom for new paint, tile and other repairs, citing poor maintenance by the former Democratic governor, Bev Perdue.

“We spent $19,156 to replace broken tiles, flooring and make extensive repairs to plumbing that were not fixed by the previous administration,” Genardo said. “Additionally, a pungent odor seeped into the governor’s office, which made it an embarrassment to host company CEOs and guests at the State Capitol.”

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