(Kingston, NY) – The Ulster County Legislature approved with overwhelming support the purchase of a 57.3 acre tract of land on Paradies Lane in the Town of New Paltz as the site of the new Ulster County Government Operations Center, a 15,000ft² facility which will house the County’s E-911 services and the Department of Emergency Management.
- Posted November 16, 2022
- Posted November 10, 2022
Monday, November 14
- Posted November 8, 2022
Kingston, NY – Legislators across Ulster County remind everyone that Early Voting is ongoing the and encourage voters to consider casting their ballot now rather than wait until Election Day. Early voting will continue until Sunday November 6, 2022.
This year there are six early voting polling sites located at:
- Posted November 4, 2022
Monday, November 7
- 6:00 PM – Public Works, Capital Projects & Transportation Committee, in the KL Binder Library, 6th Floor, County Office Building, Kingston
- 6:00 PM – Traffic Safety Board, in the Legislative Chambers, 6th Floor, County Office Building, Kingston
Tuesday, November 8
- Posted November 1, 2022
KINGSTON, NY – On October 18, 2022 the Legislature unanimously approved Local Law Number 9, which will enable the three villages in Ulster County to opt into allowing the County Department of Finance to collect delinquent property taxes on their behalf. The consolidation of service will allow village governments to save taxpayer dollars which would have been otherwise used to cover the legal costs associated with foreclosure proceedings and more expediently collect these needed funds.