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East Hampton Airport Future Is Unclear In Call For Study

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The economic impact generated by East Hampton Airport will be a key matter for study as the town prepares to debate whether the airport should be closed after federal grant assurances expire in 2021.

The economic impact generated by East Hampton Airport will be a key matter for study as the town prepares to debate whether the airport should be closed after federal grant assurances expire in 2021.

The impact of East Hampton Airport on the local economy will have to be studied in advance of the coming debate about whether the airport should be closed after federal grant assurances sunset in 2021.

The impact of East Hampton Airport on the local economy will have to be studied in advance of the coming debate about whether the airport should be closed after federal grant assurances sunset in 2021. Michael Wright

authorMichael Wright on Nov 19, 2019
The East Hampton Town Board has backed away from what was expected to be a costly and time-consuming effort to convince the Federal Aviation Administration that the town should be... more

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