Kingston, NY – Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan today met with Ulster County dispatch and highway workers and management and has maintained close coordination with utility companies and State officials in preparation for two days of potentially extreme winter weather. He also urged all County residents to exercise extreme caution if they need to go outside and avoid any travel to the extent possible.
- Posted December 1, 2019
- Posted November 30, 2019
Encourages Residents To Limit Travel and Have Emergency Preparedness Items on Hand
Kingston, NY – With parts of Ulster County expected to get between 8 to 18 inches of snow from Sunday into Monday, Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan today announced the opening of the Ulster County Warming Center. Located at 2nda Iglesia La Mision Church in the City of Kingston starting at 7:00 p.m. this evening, Saturday, November 30, the center will remain open 24 hours through 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, December 4.
- Posted November 29, 2019
Committee will work to ensure Ulster County is properly represented for redistricting and federal funding distribution
- Posted November 26, 2019
KINGSTON, N.Y. - Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan today delivered a veto message to Resolution No. 374. The resolution was passed by a single vote at the November 19 session of the Ulster County Legislature and was presented as a conflict resolution measure, but has also been questioned by good government experts and described as retaliatory by legislators. It also would improperly set different standards for various elected officials in the County.
- Posted November 25, 2019
Partisan Legislative Proposals Would Gut Funding for County’s New Department of Economic Development, Department of the Environment, and Eliminate Critical Position Promoting Diversity in The County Workforce