Town of Hurley

Town of Hurley

Hurley is an historic Hudson Valley town of 6,700 people ideally situated between the Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains. It lies two hours from New York City, one hour from Albany and three hours from Boston. Originally the site of an Esopus Indian community, Hurley was settled by the Dutch in 1662, but two years later became English along with the rest of the New Netherlands colony. The town is composed of the hamlets of Old Hurley, West Hurley and Glenford.

If you wish to join the Ulster County Republican Committee, please contact your Committee Chair below.

Town Supervisor
Gary Bellows (R,C) 845-331-7474

Town Council

John Gill (R,C)
845-331-1187
Barbara Zell (R,C)
John Dittus (R,C)
Janet Briggs (R,C)
845-338-4445

Town Justice
John Parker (R)
845-331-0167
Michael Jordan (R,C)

Assessor
Kathy Steinhilber (R)
845-331-7474

Highway Superintendent
Clyde Russell (R,C)
845-338-4067

Republican Committee Chair

Philip J. Sinagra Sr.,
845-338-6151

Hurley Republicans Website

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General Election

Election Day November 8, 2016
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