"As we continue to grieve and mourn, we must at the same time ensure swift and sure justice for this heinous crime. Today’s announcement of an arrest made in connection to this tragedy is welcome news, and I want to thank District Attorney Dave Clegg, the New York State Police, the Ulster County Sheriff’s Department, the City of Kingston Police Department, and the Town of Ulster Police Department for their work leading to this swift arrest. As a community, let us summon the collective will to stop this cycle of violence. We must do better."
- Posted December 24, 2020
- Posted December 22, 2020
As a part of the next phase of Project Resilience, County Executive Ryan announces expanded senior meals program
- Posted December 19, 2020
Project Resilience will focus its efforts on supporting those most vulnerable to the impacts of the pandemic including seniors, youth, and families who are living paycheck to paycheck
The program will continue to address growing food insecurity by supporting local food banks=
County Executive Ryan announces the initiative is reactivating grassroots community fundraising to support its efforts
- Posted December 18, 2020
County Executive Ryan visited MidHudson Regional Hospital today where he joined Ulster County health care professionals who were receiving among the first COVID-19 vaccinations
KINGSTON, N.Y. – Today, County Executive Ryan joined health care workers as they administered among the first COVID-19 vaccinations in the Hudson Valley to Ulster County medical professionals.
- Posted December 16, 2020
KINGSTON, N.Y. - Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan along with the Ulster County Transportation Council (UCTC) announced the availability of $1.999 million in federal funding for local bridge projects in Ulster County. The UCTC is now soliciting proposals for bridge repair projects utilizing the UCTC’s share of federal Surface Transportation Program “Off System” Bridge Repair funds.