CLEVELAND - The government for Ohio's largest county is leaving its old Cleveland headquarters and relocating in a two-step move, creating some confusion for any residents who have cause to visit the affected offices.
The Plain Dealer reports Cuyahoga County workers will temporarily relocate to various other county buildings until next summer, when they'll move into a new eight-story, $75 million administration building.
The temporary move costs the county more than $1 million, plus lost employee productivity. But officials say they'll save $5 million in construction costs by starting this year on the $260 million hotel project that will replace the old headquarters once they're demolished.
A few of the offices already have relocated, and more will follow suit on weekends over the next month.