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East Hampton Will Explore Plans To Close Airport After Court Blocks Flight Restrictions

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East Hampton Airport could be closed

East Hampton Airport could be closed "as soon as legally possible" an attorney for East Hampton Town said on Tuesday.

authorMichael Wright on Jun 7, 2022
The East Hampton Town Board has instructed its attorneys to begin exploring the possible avenues to closing East Hampton Airport indefinitely, “as soon as legally possible,” after being blocked in... more

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