A measure attached to Ohio’s $1.3 billion capital bill — approved by the House last week — would pave the way toward a restructuring of Cuyahoga County government.

The amendment, which would be subject to voter approval and would need to be approved by a majority of the county’s three-commissioner board, would eliminate several positions and shift several others to appointed department heads rather than elected offices.

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