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In this June, 18, 1996 photo, writer Elmore Leonard sits on the set of his latest book-turned movie, "Pronto," in Miami Beach, Fla. Leonard, a former adman who later in life became one of America's foremost crime writers, died Tuesday morning. He was 87. His researcher says he passed away Tuesday morning, from complications from a stroke. (AP Photo/Marta Lavandier)
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.