Headline News from the County Executive
- 8/4/2022 - Park Celebration Event Highlights Improvements at Quiet Cove Riverfront Park
Poughkeepsie… Today, Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro—joined by local officials, COVID-19 frontline responders, and park enthusiasts—hosted a celebration event to highlight the recently completed improvements at Quiet Cove Riverfront Park in the Town of Poughkeepsie, including the new entrance, access loop and expanded parking areas. The event featured a display of historic photos and a guided walk showcasing the Park’s historical past, as well as a special dedication ceremony, including honoring the many local frontline heroes of the COVID-19 pandemic and former New York State Senator Stephen M. Saland. Read more...
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- 8/4/2022 - Dutchess County Comptroller Robin Lois Releases Annual Maintenance in Lieu of Rent (MLR) and Indirect Cost Allocation Plan (ICAP) Reports
The Dutchess County Comptroller’s Office has released their audit report of the 2021 Maintenance in Lieu of Rent (MLR), as well as their report of the 2021 Indirect Cost Allocation Plan (ICAP). The MLR is produced annually by the Department of Public Works, providing occupancy related costs for the maintenance of County owned buildings. The information provided in the MLR allowed the Comptroller’s Office to verify the information used in preparation of the ICAP, which is used by the Department of Community and Family Services (DCFS) to make a claim for federal reimbursement of indirect costs associated with federal grant programs the County participates in. Read more...
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- 7/22/2022 - Sheriff Announces K9 Academy Graduation
Dutchess County Sheriff Kirk A. Imperati is pleased to announce that six new canine teams graduated from the Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office K9 Academy. Sheriff Imperati said, “Today, marks the culmination of fourteen weeks of intense and rigorous training for the handlers and their canine partners. I congratulate the new canine teams on their accomplishment, and we are fortunate that these teams will be deployed both within and outside of Dutchess County to patrol our communities and enhance public safety.” Read more...