Ohio city council authorizes $1.4M purchase of rock salt

04/9/2013 | Columbus Dispatch (Ohio), The

The Columbus, Ohio, City Council has approved spending $1.4 million on rock salt for next winter, using vehicle-license tax revenue. The city, which uses as much as 31,000 tons of salt every year to treat icy roads, has to authorize the purchase early in the year because the state Department of Transportation's bidding process takes until October to complete.

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