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East Hampton Town Report Says Airport Can Survive Without FAA Funds

author on May 20, 2014
East Hampton Airport could be sustainable without Federal Aviation Administration funds, according to a new report by the town’s Budget and Financial Advisory Committee. The subcommittee presented its report at... more

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