Miami County received a check for $36,541 as its share of a rock salt antitrust lawsuit filed by the Ohio Attorney General over salt pricing from mid-2008 through June 30, 2011, county Engineer Paul Huelskamp said.

Huelskamp told the county commissioners Oct. 29 the county's share of the check is $19,359.

The balance will be credited to salt bills this year for the townships, villages, school districts and others who purchased salt through the county during the period covered by the lawsuit.

Huelskamp provided commissioners with a breakdown of the reimbursement amounts ranging from $79 to $3,534.

Concord Township will receive a $805 credit while Staunton Township will receive a $527 credit