Cuyahoga County Government Finalist Has Criminal Past
January 10, 2011
Cuyahoga County (Cleveland, OH) is no stranger to controversy. In fact, one might consider the political system in the county and city to be of the most corrupt in the country. Recent investigations into county government have led to several arrests and were also catalysts for a complete county government reform. More recently, a finalist to serve on the boards of revision has a criminal past that was not uncovered during the screening process. The extent and the scope of the background check are unknown at this time, however the records were easily found after the fact.
Steven Majors is a data collector for the county auditor and has filled in for absent board members. Majors also has been convicted twice since 2005 for operating a vehicle while intoxicated and twice more for disorderly conduct, most recently in November, records show.
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