Kingston, NY – September is National Preparedness Month (NPM) and Ulster County Executive Mike Hein recognizes this important initiative and encourages residents to plan and be prepared in the case of a disaster or crisis. This nationwide effort which was started by the Ready Campaign is now in its fourteenth year, encouraging households, businesses and communities to prepare and plan for emergencies. The 2017 National Preparedness Month theme is “Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You Can.,” reminding everyone that “We should all take action to prepare!
- Posted September 1, 2017
- Posted August 18, 2017
150 Seniors Attended A Variety Of Workshops At The Kingston Center Of SUNY Ulster
- Posted August 17, 2017
County Executive Commends Sheriff Paul VanBlarcum for Incorporating Green Vehicles into the Department’s Fleet
Kingston, N.Y. - This week Ulster County Executive Mike Hein was pleased to join Sheriff Paul VanBlarcum to accept delivery of the first two “green fleet” vehicles to be used by the Sherriff’s Office. The two new Ford Fusion Hybrids will replace traditional sedans used for administrative and investigative work. The new vehicles have two to three times the fuel efficiency (mpg) as their replacement vehicles.
- Posted August 10, 2017
Gardiner, N.Y. – Surrounded by the unmistakable scenery of the Tuthilltown Spirits in beautiful Gardiner, Ulster County Executive Mike Hein was joined by Ulster County’s Director of Tourism Rick Remsnyder, members of the Tourism Advisory Board, representatives of William Grant & Sons and other businesses to announce the launch of Ulster County’s new tourism marketing campaign and highlight the continued unprecedented economic growth of tourism in Ulster County.
- Posted August 9, 2017
Ulster County Continues To Be Vigilant In Its Efforts To Stop Welfare Fraud
Kingston, N.Y. – Ulster County Executive Mike Hein announces that an arrest was made under the County’s “Zero Tolerance” Anti-Fraud, Waste and Abuse Program.