After a cold, icy and snowy winter, Ohio will now spend another $2 million to replenish road salt.
The Ohio Department of Transportation looks to by 30 tons of salt.
Documents say the state is paying about $55 to $75 per ton of salt.
The transportation department has had to go before the board repeatedly this winter to request money for more salt.
The agency has used more than 1 million tons of salt this winter at a cost of nearly $117 million.