“Zero Tolerance” Continues in Ulster County
- Posted October 31, 2014
- Posted October 30, 2014
KHS Football Players Sign Pledge As Part Of October’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Kingston, NY – County Executive Mike Hein and Kathy Moretti, Director of Family of Woodstock’s Domestic Violence Services of the Washbourne House, joined Coach Jaramie Collins and several football players from Kingston High School to raise awareness of Domestic Violence. Players signed a pledge against domestic violence as a sign of their support against this national issue.
- Posted October 22, 2014
The New Contracts Were Negotiated By The County Executive And Were Included In The 2015 Proposed Executive Budget Which Also Calls For A Reduced Property Tax Levy of 1%
- Posted October 20, 2014
Kingston, NY - In response to concerns expressed by area residents regarding the Ebola and Enterovirus outbreaks that have occurred worldwide and here in the United States, Ulster County Executive Mike Hein and Ulster County Commissioner of Health and Mental Health, Dr. Carol Smith, are providing public information relative to Ebola and Enterovirus, as well as discussing the continued coordination among County agencies and key healthcare professionals.
- Posted October 16, 2014
The Matthewis Persen House, The Ulster County Courthouse, The Poorhouse Burial Grounds, And Perrine’s Bridge