- Posted November 3, 2010
- Posted October 26, 2010
Kingston, NY- Ulster County Executive Mike Hein is pleased to announce that Standard & Poor’s has affirmed Ulster County’s AA- bond rating. This announcement comes on the heels of the release of the County Executive’s proposed budget that included a 0% tax increase. Additionally, his administration saved $10.4 million through his "Taxpayer First" initiative, which was instituted earlier this year.
- Posted October 19, 2010
County Executive Mike Hein and County Clerk Nina Postupack announce new program
- Posted October 10, 2010
download transcript Introduction New York State’s property taxes are among the highest in our nation. In fact, as a percentage of personal income, New York State taxes are currently 80% higher than the national average. Rising property taxes are breaking the people of New York. They are damaging our small businesses and stifling our economy. But worst of all, high taxes are forcing families from their homes. This is completely unacceptable.
- Posted October 6, 2010
Awareness is the first step to preventing domestic violence.
Kingston, NY – Ulster County Executive Mike Hein invited advocates for domestic abuse victims to the Ulster County Office Building to join him in proclaiming the month of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Ulster County. The County Executive believes that bringing awareness to the devastation caused by domestic violence is the first step in preventing it from happening.