Kingston, NY -- Ulster County Executive Mike Hein introduced a resolution to refinance one of the County’s general obligation bonds that is primarily from the construction ofthe Ulster County Jail. This refinancing will save the Ulster County taxpayers $3,000,000 over the life of the $ 40,965,000 bond issuance.
- Posted March 9, 2012
- Posted February 28, 2012
New Paltz, NY – To assist Ulster County’s many diverse cultural heritage organizations better attract visitors and work more closely with the Ulster County Tourism Department, County Executive Hein invited staff, board members and volunteers from these organizations to attend the Collaborating to Bring History Alive: Ulster County Cultural Heritage Conference.
- Posted February 7, 2012
U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development awards Ulster County $1,069,769 to distribute to homeless housing programs and services
- Posted February 6, 2012
Kingston, NY- Ulster County Executive Mike Hein announced today that his appointment for the Commissioner of Social Services is Michael A. Iapoce, Esq., the current Supervising Social Services Attorney and counsel to the Commissioner at the Department of Social Services (DSS).
- Posted February 3, 2012
As Part Of NNCW, County Executive Hein Sponsors Anti Bullying Webinar For Middle School Students And Teachers
Kingston, NY – County Executive Mike Hein proclaimed the week of January 30th No Name Calling Week in UlsterCounty. No Name Calling Week (NNCW) is an opportunity to provide educational activities aimed at ending name calling of all kinds, especially bullying. During this week, numerous educational events are being held in UlsterCounty designed to put an end bullying.