Cincinnati will be starting the snow season with less road salt than it would like, but things could be worse.
Public Services Director Gerald Checco told a council committee Tuesday so far there is about 16,000 tons in storage.
“We know several cities, several villages around Cincinnati that have asked us to sell them the salt that they could not procure,” Checco said. “We also are aware of entire states without salt contracts at this point. That is going to be resolved, but that is a problem that we are very much mindful of.”