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This two-photo combination image shows, at top, a photo of trays of printed social security checks waiting to be mailed from the U.S. Treasury's Financial Management services facility in Philadelphia, and an undated photo provided by the Treasury Department of a Direct Express Card. Starting in 2013, the check no longer was put in the mail to millions of Americans who receive Social Security and other government benefits. The federal government, which issues 73 million payments a month, is phasing out paper checks for all benefit programs, requiring people to get payments electronically, either through direct deposit, or a debit card for those who don't have bank accounts. (AP Photo/Department of Treasury)
Off-year elections around here are developing a reputation for focusing much attention on what are purely administrative positions that rarely attract any public interest. The jobs in question involve running a court clerk’s office, of which there are four, three at the municipal court level (Stow, Akron and Barberton) and one for Summit County courts.