2010 State of the County Ulster County Executive Michael P. Hein
- Posted February 21, 2010
- Posted January 19, 2010
Innovative Small Business Financing Initiative Travels to “Main Street” New York
Kingston, NY (January 19, 2010) - United States Senator Charles Schumer visited Ulster County Executive Mike Hein today to announce his plans to encourage leaders and financial institutions throughout New York State to replicate Ulster County’s “Credit for Success” program in their own communities.
- Posted January 13, 2010
Kingston, NY (January 13, 2010) - Citing the need to immediately “end nepotism or even the appearance of such” County Executive Michael P. Hein issued Executive Order No. 1 of 2010, Regarding Employment of Relatives, which is directed at all departments, boards, agencies and commissions under his jurisdiction.
- Posted January 12, 2010
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 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.