East Hampton Town Requests Community Comment On Airport Noise Solutions - 27 East

East Hampton Town Requests Community Comment On Airport Noise Solutions

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The Bridgehampton School Class of 2015 graduation ceremony. ALYSSA MELILLO

The Bridgehampton School Class of 2015 graduation ceremony. ALYSSA MELILLO

author on Oct 30, 2014
Consultants hired by East Hampton Town say that every flight in and out of East Hampton Airport at some point exceeds the town’s noise ordinances, largely due to pilots’ noncompliance... more

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