Friday, February 22, 2008

Ulster Town Board Steps Up To Keep KPA Going

Below is a video of the Town of Ulster Board voting to give 5,000 dollars to public Access for the year of 2008. The measure passed 4-1 with Councilman Kitchen voting against the proposal.

" I'm not against KPA but I don't agree with the way it is being funded. Councilman Kitchen donated $250 out of his own pocket, Supervisor Woerner doubled that amount by pledging $500.


Thanks to Clark Richters for the video

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank You Clark, Jeremy, Ulster Officials and Residents for a very generous and timely act of good faith in Public Access ...smitty

Pig Vomit on Row D said...

And.................Get ready to have your meeting at Ulster Town Hall

Anonymous said...

A pledge is just a pledge until the check clears the bank.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations to Ulster for following the example set by the town of Rosendale, and being the second municipality to donate a portion of their franchise fees to KAPA.

Go Rosendale and Ulster!

Anonymous said...

Hurley does not collect franchise fees but should step forward with $1000 in funding for their town share

Anonymous said...

The only thing that Rosendale had to offer KAPA was Tiny Tim but he died Thanks for the grandhow about digging alittle deeper