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Without looking up the codes, I'd say that only a handful of County employee's are actually considered State employee's.

The County employee's that which department is a State Agency are State employee's such as ODJFS, OBES and/or ODH.

The County employee's that which department is strictly a County Agency that is not affiliated w/and/or contracted w/any State Agency are in deed County employee's such as CESA, Sheriff's Deputies (except most SWAT or BOMB Squads as most are joint County/State/Federal employee's) Common Pleas and Probate Court and/or MRDD.

As a former employee of the County Auditor's office, my payroll funds were dependant on the County's funding.

Soon thereafter, as a former State Auditor Inspector, my payroll funds were dependant on State funding.

The only common payroll item between both departments was that my County PERS funds were transferred to my State PERS fund.

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