KINGSTON – As Ulster County reaches the first 1,000 days of the county’s new charter form of government, County Comptroller Elliott Auerbach said it is fulfilling the process of a new government designed to be economical, efficient and effective. Auerbach said the charter is doing everything it is supposed to be doing.
“We have seen a realignment in government. We have seen a high level of accountability. We’ve seen transparency and efficiency in government and most importantly, we have seen leadership,” he said.
The county is led now by County Executive Michael Hein who is seeking reelection in November without opposition.
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