CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cuyahoga County plans to relocate one of its four suburban automobile title bureaus from Garfield Heights to Bedford. Cuyahoga County Council must first approve a five-year $570,000 lease for the proposed office in the Meadowbrook Market Square Plaza on Rockside Road. Council members are expected to vote on the measure on Tuesday. John Myers, property manager for the Public Works Department, told a County Council committee last week that the county expects to relocate by the end of June. The county will also have to spend about $300,000 to remodel the new location, Myers said. The title bureau serving the southeast corner of the county is currently located in the state’s Bureau of Motor Vehicles office on Broadway Avenue near Interstate 480 in Garfield Heights. That served as a temporary office space until the county could find a more permanent location, Myers said. The county tries to keep its title bureaus in close proximity to state BMV offices and local license bureaus to make it more convenient for consumers, Myers said. If the state moves its Garfield Heights BMV office in the future, the county “has some ability” to break its Rockside Road lease early, Myers said.