Seattle plans to spend $1.8 million on a public restroom project that will consist of six all-gender stalls located in a park on the city's waterfront. The project will be funded by a combination of city funds and charitable donations and is expected to take nine months to complete. The decision comes after previous self-cleaning toilets installed in 2004 were overrun by illegal activities and had to be auctioned off. Other cities, such as New York City and San Francisco, have also invested significant amounts of money in constructing public restrooms.
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