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Mr. Richard A. Gerentine

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Employment History


  • degree , Business Administration
    Marist College
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New York State Bridge Authority Board of Commissioners, 5 July 2015 [cached]
Richard A. Gerentine
Richard A. Gerentine; Chairman
Mr. Gerentine has served as a Commissioner of the New York State Bridge Authority since 2006. Elected Vice Chairman by its members in 2011, Mr. Gerentine was elected Chairman in 2013. A resident of Ulster County, he has a distinguished career in private business and community involvement in communities on both sides of the Hudson River. Mr. Gerentine has served as Chairman of the Ulster County Legislature and has expertise in public finance. Richard Gerentine received a degree in Business Administration from Marist College.
Richard Gerentine ..., 6 Oct 2015 [cached]
Richard Gerentine Provided
KINGSTON >> Richard Gerentine, one of the longest-serving members of the Ulster County Legislature, will run unopposed next month in his bid for 13th two-year term.
The chairman of the Legislatures powerful Ways and Means Committee, Gerentine, R-Marlboro, is a former chairman and majority leader of the Legislature.
He represents the Legislatures District 11, which comprises part of the town of Marlborough.
Gerentine lists creating quality jobs and maintaining the countys tax levy among his priorities.
A registered Republican, Gerentine also will hold the Conservative, Independence and Reform lines on the November ballot.
Gerentine, 62, is a self-employed businessman and general partner of Marlborough Associates, LP. He graduated from Marlboro High School and holds a bachelors degree in Business Administration
Longtime incumbent Richard ... [cached]
Longtime incumbent Richard Gerentine also ran unopposed in District 11, which covers much of the Town of Marlborough.
Unofficial results show the 58-year-old Republican drew a total of 1,336 votes.
Gerentine is chairman of the Ways and Means Committee and has previously served as chairman of the Legislature. He has also served as a Marlborough Town Board member and supervisor.
Having served in the Legislature for 23 years, Gerentine said he will work to create jobs and to stabilize the tax base in the upcoming term.
Archive 2004 [cached]
But Richard Gerentine of Marlboro, the Republican Legislature chairman, sprang his own surprise during the meeting of the Ways and Means Committee.Gerentine had already ordered the administration and department heads to find the same level of cuts.And he has already set Nov. 30 as the date for a meeting of the Legislature to hear recommendations for cuts from a dozen of the largest spenders in the county."We can hear what they can do regarding the budget and the ramifications," Gerentine said.
"We will have a better idea after the meeting, ... a better understanding of why they made cuts ... if they made any at all," Gerentine said.
County Legislature Chairman Richard Gerentine said the County Administrator's Office built the best possible budget under the circumstances.
"We, as legislators, are going to have to make some tough decisions," said Gerentine, R-Marlboro.
But the new proposal by legislator ..., 28 Jan 2016 [cached]
But the new proposal by legislator and Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Gerentine would restore the previous formula, clawing back 1.5 percent of Kingston's sales tax revenue and 1 percent from the towns.
Gerentine (R-Marlborough) said this week the take-back was warranted by the county's takeover of expenses for the Safety Net welfare program.
Gerentine and other backers of the new plan argue that giving the county a greater share of sales tax revenue to make up for the added fiscal impact of welfare costs and elections is simply a matter of fairness, and revenue following expenses.
"We gave them extra [sales tax] money in the past for Safety Net costs," said Gerentine.
If Gerentine's proposed 1.5 percent clawback goes through, it will cost the city about $1.1 million.
Gerentine and the other legislators who side with him and allow themselves to be his puppets are absolute fools. He has them doing his dirty work.
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