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Ulster lawmaker seeks executive’s answers on Drimer sexual harassment complaints – Daily Freeman

KINGSTON, N.Y. — The chairman of a key committee of the Ulster County Legislature wants the Ulster County Executive’s Office to explain to lawmakers the steps administration officials took to address sexual harassment complaints it received from individuals who say they were sexually harassed by former Human Rights Commissioner David Drimer.

In a letter dated Feb. 1, Laws and Rules and Government Services Committee Chairman Jason Kovacs requested that Metzger “or a representative of your office with full knowledge of the events that transpired” attend the committee’s Feb. 8 committee meeting to explain how the county handled complaints as well as changes the administration wants to make to the county’s sexual harassment policy.

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