Kingston,NY– Deputy County Executive Marshall Beckman has announced his intentions to retire. The announcement signals the end of an extraordinary record of service to the people of Ulster County.Marshallhas served the citizens of Ulster Countyfor over 31 years! “I want to thank Marshall for his commitment to the people of Ulster County,” said Ulster County Executive Mike Hein.
- Posted December 30, 2011
- Posted December 16, 2011
Petition DEC to take action against DEP’s unpermitted turbid releases
into Lower Esopus Creek
- Posted December 7, 2011
"This plan is a major win for taxpayers here in Ulster County. I thank Governor Cuomo for this plan that will provide much-needed funding to Ulster County as we continue to rebuild after the storms. By addressing the tax system in a more comprehensive manner, instead of one time gimmicks and surcharges, the Governor and legislative leaders are helping to rebuild the foundation that will promote economic growth here in Ulster County and across the State of New York."
- Posted December 5, 2011
Stavo Industries and Wolf-Tec, Inc. will partner at new mid-town Kingston site to create and retain Ulster County jobs.
- Posted December 2, 2011
Albany, N.Y -- County Executive Mike Hein has been elected to serve as the President-Elect of the New York State County Executive’s Association today. TheCountyExecutivewas elected at the groups fall meeting by fellowCountyExecutives. Hein will serve a one year term as President-Elect and is anticipated to be President of the organization in 2013.