ULSTER COUNTY EXECUTIVE'S
- Posted August 7, 2012
- Posted August 2, 2012
Kingston, NY – Today, County Executive Mike Hein thanked Governor Andrew M. Cuomo for signing important legislation to address the needs of Ulster County veterans. This new law authorizes the transfer of property in Kingston, NY to Ulster County. The property will enable the County Executive to realize his goal, as expressed in his 2012 State of the County Speech, to create a place where Ulster County’s homeless veterans can directly access support services on a transitional basis.
- Posted August 1, 2012
Ulster County’s Department for the Environment is hosting a “green purchasing” intern for the summer. The internship is sponsored by the National Association of Counties (NACO) Green Government Program. In addition to the intern, the Green Government Program provides information and resources about the best green purchasing programs across the nation. “The goal of this internship is to help Ulster County progress in our efforts to purchase products that are environmentally-friendly,” said County Executive Hein.
- Posted July 26, 2012
Gardiner, NY -- Ulster County Executive Mike Hein toured the Tuthill House at the Mill Restaurant in the Town of Gardiner on Monday to check on the results of some of the many small business incentives Ulster County has to offer. County Executive Hein was joined by Myriam Bouchard of the Mid Hudson Small Business Development Center, Paul Rakov of the Ulster County Development Corporation and the Tuthill House at the Mill Restaurant owners, Joe and Tobi Gabriello.
- Posted July 25, 2012
Kingston, N.Y. — As a part of County Executive Mike Hein’s ongoing commitment to protect taxpayers, streamline County government and respond to fiscal challenges, the Ulster County Personnel Department has proposed a Voluntary Separation Program designed to reduce the size of the total workforce and lower payroll and benefits expenses. The Voluntary Separation Program will offer an opportunity to eligible County workers to apply for a one-time $12,500 separation payment to voluntarily leave County service no later than December 1, 2012.