CHICAGO - Cuyahoga County, Ohio, commissioners last week outlined a plan to cut spending by 11% next year in an effort to rebuild county funds depleted by losses in a defunct local government investment pool.

Dennis Roche, a county spokesman, said the plan calls for shrinking the operating budget for the fiscal year that begins Jan. 1 to about $303 million from $340 million.

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