Office of the Ulster County Executive

Ulster County Executive, Michael P. Hein
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Mike Hein

Welcome to the home page of the Ulster County Executive. This is your government and I want to make it accessible to you. The passage of the Charter by the people of Ulster County created the elected office of County Executive, a post with the responsibility and authority to lead our government. I am humbled and honored that you have chosen me to serve as the first County Executive.

As your County Executive, I will continue to work to deliver a county government that is lean, effective, smart, and fully accountable to the people. I will continue to provide a single, strong clear voice that represents your interests across all levels of government. I will continue to reach out to businesses and help them grow. I will continue to work...

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  • Posted: January 19, 2018
    Kingston, NY - Ulster County Executive Mike Hein proposes Campaign Finance Reform: The Ulster County Comprehensive Campaign Finance Reform and Accountability Act.  The proposed legislation can be viewed below.  
  • Posted: January 12, 2018
      Kingston, NY – Ulster County Executive Mike Hein proclaims the week of January 15th No Name-Calling Week in Ulster County.  No Name-Calling Week (NNCW) is a national bullying prevention campaign developed by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) and is co-sponsored locally by the Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center.  The focus is to “Celebrate Kindness” while working to create safe schools free from name-calling, bullying and bias.  This is the 8th consecutive year that Ulster County is participating in No Name-Calling Week.
  • Posted: January 8, 2018
    Kingston, NY - Ulster County Executive Mike Hein announces that the Ulster County Youth Bureau is accepting applications for the New York State Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS) Youth Development grants.  The Ulster County Youth Bureau administers the Youth Development Program (YDP) and Runaway & Homeless Shelter (RHYA) funding from OCFS and Ulster County to support youth programs.