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Amanda LaValle

Amanda LaValle, recently Ulster County’s deputy making plans director, has been appointed deputy county government, that specialize in the fairway financial system, team of workers construction and local weather resilience.

“I had posted the location to solid a large web for applicants for this necessary place of job, and after reviewing many resumes and interviewing certified applicants, I will be able to say with out hesitation that I’ve selected the most efficient candidate for the task,” mentioned county government Jen Metzger. “She’s going to really hit the bottom working on this new place. She is skilled, good, succesful, and a pride to paintings with, and her background {and professional} focal point align completely with our targets for this place of job.”

LaValle started her county provider in 2008 as the primary head of the dept created to coordinate the county’s environmental efforts. She has labored with all of the departments she’s going to now be supervising.

“I’m past commemorated to enroll in the county government’s staff and paintings to enforce her imaginative and prescient for local weather motion in Ulster County,” mentioned LaValle. “Because the county government said in her first government order, our local weather disaster calls for us to do extra, and do it quicker. I’m commemorated to be main this essential paintings to enforce her imaginative and prescient for local weather motion right here in Ulster County.”

LaValle, at first from Woodstock and the daughter of former Woodstock the city manager John LaValle, lives in Kingston. She holds an AA level from SUNY Ulster, BS from Cornell College, MA from SUNY Empire, and a graduate certificates in local weather resilience from Antioch College.