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Residents Turn Out To East Hampton Airport To Protest Helicopter Noise

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A recently purchased three-dimensional printer at Westhampton Beach High School assembles a plastic protein model layer by layer on Monday afternoon. KYLE CAMPBELL

A recently purchased three-dimensional printer at Westhampton Beach High School assembles a plastic protein model layer by layer on Monday afternoon. KYLE CAMPBELL

Teacher Happie Palmedo with Bridgehampton Head Start student Mia Silvestre, of East Hampton, played games to celebrate the 45th anniversary of Long Island Head Start last week.

Teacher Happie Palmedo with Bridgehampton Head Start student Mia Silvestre, of East Hampton, played games to celebrate the 45th anniversary of Long Island Head Start last week.

Sag Harbor school superintendent Dr. John Gratto at the School Board meeting Monday. OLIVER PETERSON

Sag Harbor school superintendent Dr. John Gratto at the School Board meeting Monday. OLIVER PETERSON

Teachers Association of Sag Harbor president Eileen Kochanasz at the School Board meeting Monday. OLIVER PETERSON

Teachers Association of Sag Harbor president Eileen Kochanasz at the School Board meeting Monday. OLIVER PETERSON

Design from a Maine point of view. MARSHALL WATSON

Design from a Maine point of view. MARSHALL WATSON May 8 A frustrated Elena Loreto, Noyac Civic Council president, played a recording of helicopter noise to a roomful of residents at a public hearing at the East Hampton Airport

author on May 2, 2013
Elena Loreto turned to an audio aid last week in her latest attempt to get East Hampton Airport officials to do something about an increase in helicopter traffic over Southampton... more

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