Kingston, NY (January 12, 2010) - Ulster County Executive Mike Hein is pleased to announce that EVOLVE, an important domestic violence prevention and education program, will be able to continue. The County Executive’s redesigned proposal to fund the program calls for domestic violence offenders to now pay for a share of the program costs. Those monies would be obtained through a fine imposed at sentencing, in much the same way that DWI education and prevention programs are funded.
- Posted January 12, 2010
- Posted January 4, 2010
“Study Identifies Potential for Millions in Taxpayer Savings”
Kingston, NY (January 4, 2010) - County Executive Mike Hein convened a meeting today with Town Supervisors and Town Highway Superintendents, as well as representatives from the Ulster County Legislature, Pattern for Progress and the Center for Research, Regional Education and Outreach (CRREO) of SUNY New Paltz. The meeting was called to outline an innovative, decentralized approach to delivering highway services in Ulster County.
- Posted December 21, 2009
Kingston, NY (December 21, 20090 - The New York State Attorney General’s Office has reached a settlement which has resulted in Lower Esopus River Watch, Inc. (LEWR) being dissolved and prohibited from operating as a nonprofit organization in the State of New York.
- Posted December 15, 2009
Gillette Creamery to Invest $5.7 Million and Remain in Ulster County and New York State Over 70 Jobs Saved. Company Plans to Create New Positions
- Posted December 1, 2009
Kingston, NY (December 1. 2009) -Ulster County Executive Mike Hein is pleased to announce that because Ulster County has been diligent in completing engineering and preliminary work needed to utilize over $27 million dollars in other stimulus funding awarded to the county to date, and because of aggressive advocacy, millions of additional dollars are coming to Ulster County.