Southampton Village Board Looks To Implement Restrictions At Helipad - 27 East

Southampton Village Board Looks To Implement Restrictions At Helipad

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May 16: Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman plays a guitar signed by approximately 100 East End musicians and music lovers, and driven up to him earlier in the month by Donald Bracken. Ross Lilley delivered the Takamine acoustic guitar to Mr. Bauman while he was recovering from his wounds at Boston Medical Center. “He truly loved the guitar and it made him smile, big time,” Mr. Lilley reported. The gift idea was thought up by musician Bryan Downey and purchased at Crossroads Music in Amagansett.

May 16: Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman plays a guitar signed by approximately 100 East End musicians and music lovers, and driven up to him earlier in the month by Donald Bracken. Ross Lilley delivered the Takamine acoustic guitar to Mr. Bauman while he was recovering from his wounds at Boston Medical Center. “He truly loved the guitar and it made him smile, big time,” Mr. Lilley reported. The gift idea was thought up by musician Bryan Downey and purchased at Crossroads Music in Amagansett.

author on Jun 12, 2015
Southampton Village may restrict the number of landings at its helipad on Meadow Lane each week during summer. A new proposed law would allow each helicopter to land only three... more

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