Kingston, N.Y. – The Ulster County Department of Health was notified today that an Ulster County resident passed away from the Powassan virus, a rare and often serious disease spread by infected ticks. This is the first known case of an individual diagnosed with the Powassan virus in New York State this year. The resident, who lives in Gardiner, had additional underlying health conditions and passed away earlier this week.
- Posted August 1, 2019
- Posted July 31, 2019
KINGSTON, N.Y. – Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced today that the County has maintained its strong ‘AA’ overall credit rating in the latest S&P Global Ratings report. The County’s rating is a result of strong, financial management, budgetary performance, budgetary flexibility, liquidity, and debt and contingent liability position. The County was also noted for its economic growth.
- Posted July 30, 2019
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan Announces 2019 Veterans Stand Down
Kingston, N.Y. – Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announces today that the Ulster County Veteran Services Agency will host a Veterans “Stand Down” on Friday August 9, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The event will take place at Cantine Veterans Memorial Complex in Saugerties, NY, rain or shine.
- Posted July 28, 2019
The Felice Brothers Come Home to Play the Ulster County Fair
New Paltz, N.Y. – Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan today announced that the Felice Brothers, a nationally recognized Americana band that was featured two months ago in Rolling Stone Magazine, will headline the Ulster County Fair on Thursday night, August 1st at 8pm.
- Posted July 26, 2019
Ulster County Dedicates Rochester Bridge In The Memory of Arthur D. Lapp, Sr.
TOWN OF ROCHESTER, N.Y. – Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announces today the dedication of the County Route 6 bridge in Alligerville as the Arthur D. Lapp, Sr. Memorial Bridge in honor of the fire district’s former chief. The bridge carries County Route 6 over the Rondout Creek in the Town of Rochester.