Saugerties, N.Y. - Ulster County Executive Mike Hein is pleased to announce the opening of the Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall at Cantine Veterans Memorial Complex in Saugerties. An opening ceremony will be held starting at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, July 19 with an invocation by the Reverend Leroy Ness (Vietnam, 1969), welcome remarks from County Executive Hein, and a keynote address by Colonel Roger Donlon, (MOH, 1964). The ceremony will be emceed by Tom Andreassen (Vietnam, 1966-67), member of American Legion Post 72.
- Posted July 17, 2018
- Posted June 21, 2018
New Paltz, N.Y.- Ulster County Executive Mike Hein today provided an update to area residents and businesses about a three-phase expansion of the Hudson Valley Rail Trail in the Towns of Lloyd and New Paltz. The expansion project is a part of the County Executive’s efforts to build a County-wide, interconnected trail network that will eventually link from the Walkway Over the Hudson to the Ashokan Trail in the Catskills.
- Posted June 19, 2018
Ulster County Bystanders Against Sexual Assault (UCBASA) Program Trains Bar Staff To Help Prevent Sexual Assault
- Posted June 15, 2018
Kingston, N.Y.- On Friday, Ulster County Executive Mike Hein announced the opening of a new accessible playground at the County Pool Complex in New Paltz; it is the first of two ADA-compliant play areas to be opened at County Parks. The new accessible play area features inclusive Alta Gliders and ramps, spring riders, accessible swings and surfacing to accommodate wheelchairs. In May, the County Executive announced plans to install ADA-approved playground equipment at the County Pool Complex and at the Sojourner Truth Park at Ulster Landing.
- Posted June 13, 2018
The Ulster County Elder Abuse Prevention Task Force To Hold Conference on June 20th