Eighteen months ago, Ulster County executive Mike Hein announced that up to 250 new jobs would be created by a firm called SourceHOV in the Town of Ulster. The company would process state paper personal tax returns and remittances. Hein’s statement gave credit where he said it was due: “It was a county tax decrease, great workforce and available location that tipped the balance in this decision.”
“We were told earlier this week that they will be pulling out in August,” said one worker on May 8 of this year, 18 months later. The person is not being identified by name because he or she signed a state non-disclosure agreement. Another worker on the same shift confirmed the notification.
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