Calling the Ulster in 2018 “strong, and getting stronger every single day,” County Executive Mike Hein outlined his agenda for the coming year.
County Executive Mike Hein noted that the proposed budget was the fifth in a row to include a property tax levy cut. But Hein also warned that skyrocketing health care costs — made worse by an ongoing dispute between insurer Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield and local healthcare provider HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley — posed a major threat to the county’s financial position.
For County Comptroller Elliott Auerbach, the big news in County Executive Mike Hein’s 2017 budget proposal was an item that went unmentioned in Hein’s unveiling address on Friday — a major cut in funding for the county’s independent fiscal watchdog.
County Executive Mike Hein’s seventh address before the Ulster Regional Chamber of Commerce Thursday morning, Feb. 19 touched on familiar
One of the questions following Ulster County Exec Mike Hein’s designation last month as one of the nine top public
A High Falls man claims that he was shot by an Ulster County sheriff’s deputy while he was unarmed and
Last week, Ulster County’s executive branch launched another blitz on the Catskill Mountain Railroad, apparently aimed at convincing the legislative
In response to a surge in Ulster crimes with links to Poughkeepsie, Ulster County District Attorney Holley Carnright said that
We’re speaking here of Ulster County IDA board member Steve Perfit, this week’s man-in-the-barrel in the seemingly never-ending saga of
Ulster’s county comptroller says his authority to audit the finances of any department is, as per the county charter, absolute.