“Which is why we have to pass all these policies before we kill ourselves.” That was member Tony Marmo’s vivid but not inaccurate explanation Monday, May 18, of impending organizational changes in the Ulster County Workforce Investment Board. Local WIBs are expected to finish the job of reconstituting their organizations to conform to new federal legislation by June 30 and then dissolve. County executive Mike Hein will then appoint the members of a new, more compact WIB for Ulster County.
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