Office of the Ulster County Comptroller

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Press Release on County Comptroller's Review of 701 Grant Avenue

Kingston, NY (June 27, 2022) – The Ulster County Comptroller, March Gallagher, released a report on delinquent property tax collections for 701 Grant Avenue after it was brought to light that the County had taken no action on the property eligible for foreclosure since 2013. “The delinquent property taxes from 701 Grant that should be going toward services we all use, like upkeep of roads and bridges, are owed to the people of Ulster County and I am recommending to the Legislature that as much of the arrears as possible be collected through the foreclosure process,” said Ulster County Compt

Press Release on the 2022 Ulster County Racial Equity Report

“As we look at these statistics and reaffirm that racial inequity in Ulster County is a serious issue, yet underneath these numbers are the lived experiences of neighbors, friends, youth, local business owners, and local workers,” said Ulster County Comptroller March Gallagher. “These inequities represent a daunting burden on individuals and families in Ulster County, constraining the potential of Black and brown communities, and harming our entire County.

Recent Reports

Comptroller's Review of 701 Grant Avenue

Ulster Acquisitions I LLC, the title record owner of 701 Grant Avenue in the Town of Ulster, has not paid taxes since the 2010 tax year. Based on our review, we find no justification for Ulster County not to foreclose on 701 Grant Avenue and find no justification for its current classification as hazardous uncollectible. To date, the County has not pursued foreclosure on this property, which reports the total amount of taxes, interest, and penalties due at over $10.1 million.

Ulster County Racial Equity Report

Kingston, NY (June 14, 2022)- Ulster County Comptroller March Gallagher released in advance of Juneteenth a Racial Equity Report detailing the disparate experience of Black and brown community members on a variety of health, economic, and quality of life indicators.