2019, Deputy Chair, Laws & Rules Committee
2012 - 2013, 2016-2018, Chairman, Laws and Rules, Governmental Services Committee
2014 - 2015, Deputy Chairman, Laws and Rules, Governmental Services Committee
2012, Chairman, Social Services Committee
2011, Chairman, Governmental Services and Administrative Committee
2010, Chairman, Governmental Services, Environmental, and Administrative Committee
Legislator Kevin Roberts began his customer service roots nearly more than twenty years ago with the opening of his own contracting business, Roberts Contracting. This successful enterprise has not only supported Kevin and a growing number of employee families; it has supported a community with such donations of a new church roof or the renovation of a family shelter. Kevin maintains a business goal of lifetime customers and a personal goal of quality constituent service. He has helped many local charities and volunteer groups, started a scholarship at the Wallkill High School and has been a public advocate against drinking and driving as well as wasteful county spending.
Kevin began serving in the Ulster County Legislator in 2008 and previously held the positions of Chairman for the Resource Recovery Agency Board of Directors and Trustee for the United Methodist Church in Modena. Kevin’s approach has been a quiet review of issues with a focus on finding solutions.
Kevin advocated for a change in solid waste management disposal practices in the County at a time when the County cost was rising $200,000 a year.
Kevin serves as the Chair of the Laws and Rules, Government Services Committee having previously served as Deputy Chair. He also serves on the Public Works and Capital Projects Committee and was a former Chair of the Health and Personnel Committee. Kevin views his Committee work as a priority to affect the changes needed for County government.
Kevin is a proud father of three and keeps his home close to his heart when taking action at the Legislature. His discussions and decision are always with the understanding that the next generations are impacted by the decisions of today.