Kingston, N.Y.- On Friday, Ulster County Executive Mike Hein announced the opening of a new accessible playground at the County Pool Complex in New Paltz; it is the first of two ADA-compliant play areas to be opened at County Parks. The new accessible play area features inclusive Alta Gliders and ramps, spring riders, accessible swings and surfacing to accommodate wheelchairs. In May, the County Executive announced plans to install ADA-approved playground equipment at the County Pool Complex and at the Sojourner Truth Park at Ulster Landing.
- Posted June 15, 2018
- Posted June 13, 2018
The Ulster County Elder Abuse Prevention Task Force To Hold Conference on June 20th
- Posted June 8, 2018
Ellenville/Saugerties, N.Y. – County Executive Mike Hein announces and congratulates the winners of Ulster County’s 4th Annual Teen Dating Violence Video Contest. The Teen Dating Violence Video Contest Committee was formed as a subcommittee of the Ulster County Inter-Agency Council on Domestic Violence with the goal to raise awareness about the national issue of teen dating violence. The contest encouraged students to produce creative short informative videos that identified signs of unhealthy or abusive relationships, while including local domestic violence resources.
- Posted June 7, 2018
Law Aims To Reduce Youth Smoking Rate and Long-Term Health Risks
- Posted June 6, 2018
Saugerties, NY- Ulster County Executive Mike Hein was joined by Linda Marsten-Reid, Executive Director of Arts Mid-Hudson and over 150 guests to celebrate the 6th Annual Ulster County Executive’s Arts Awards at the Saugerties Performing Arts Factory (SPAF). The event was hosted by Arts Mid-Hudson and recognized 10 local artists and organizations for their outstanding contributions to the arts community.