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Leaner Government
: Cuyahoga County determines it can save $91 million by consolidating
offices, giving up space formerly occupied by Jimmy Dimora’s thighs.

Banking Resentment: Senator Sherrod Brown blasts banks for walking away from foreclosed homes; also ticked about cheap suckers given out at teller windows.

MIA on the Radio: Rover, Trapper Jack unexpectedly disappear from local airwaves.
Also missing: Listeners to sports-talk station WKNR, last seen in August.

This week's index: It's time for you to submit your name to be the Browns' quarterback.

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