The vast majority of East Hampton residents say that their cellular service both at home and when they are out and about is terrible, and that improving it is their number one concern over other considerations like visual impacts of cell towers and health concerns, according to responses to a survey conducted last month by consultants for East Hampton Town. About 80 percent of residents judged their cellular coverage to be either â€śpoorâ€ť or â€śnon-existentâ€ť in the town, the consultants told members of the East Hampton Town Board on Tuesday. About the same number said that rely on their mobile ... by Michael Wright
A new citizens group has joined the fray over the future of East Hampton Airport, calling for the closure of the airport for environmental reasons. The group, which is calling itself the Coalition to Transform East Hampton Airport, said in the announcement of its formation that itâ€™s goal is to educate residents about the environmental and noise impacts of the airport in hopes of swaying public opinion in favor of closing down the airport permanently. â€śFor the first time in two decades, the Town of East Hampton has the ability to ground the airport forever,â€ť said Barry Raebeck, a Wainscott ... by Michael Wright
East Hampton Town will begin its series of localized community information-gathering sessions on the future of East Hampton Airport next week. The town has asked residents to come to one of four community meetings, two in-person and two virtual, via Zoom, to share their thoughts on the future of the airport â€” should it continue as an airport, or be closed and the land put to some other use. The first meeting will be in-person at LTV Studios in Wainscott â€” which is actually on the airport property â€” on Thursday, September 9, at 7 p.m. A virtual session will ... 1 Sep 2021 by Staff Writer
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