PHOENICIA, N.Y. – Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan, joined by members of the Ulster County Legislature and Shandaken town officials, announced the dedication of the Bridge Street Bridge in Phoenicia as the “Sheriff Michael LaPaglia Memorial Bridge” in honor of the former Ulster County Sheriff. The bridge, which crosses the Esopus Creek on County Route 40, is one of only two access routes to the Shandaken hamlet of Phoenicia.
- Posted August 27, 2019
- Posted August 23, 2019
Ulster Among First to Launch Countywide Partnership Between Government, Law Enforcement and Educators to Enact the New Extreme Risk Protection
- Posted August 21, 2019
TOWN OF ULSTER, N.Y. – Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan, members of the Ulster County Legislature, members of organized labor, and representatives of the volunteer firefighter community today broke ground on the new Public Safety Training Center on Ulster Landing Road in the Town of Ulster. This ground breaking signifies the start of construction of the new three-story concrete building that will house the state-of-the-art burn facility.
- Posted August 14, 2019
KINGSTON, N.Y. – Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan signed into law a historic bill creating term limits for Ulster County elected officials. Under the new law, County Legislators’ can serve for no more than six full terms and no person shall serve as County Executive or Comptroller for more than three full terms.
- Posted August 9, 2019
Kingston, N.Y. – Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan today announced a new countywide plan to combat tick-borne diseases. The plan, which is being implemented across multiple County departments and mediums, aims to inform Ulster County residents of the proper precautions they can take when participating in outdoor activities.