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Southampton, Southold Demand 'Action' on Airport Traffic

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Helicopters flying over Southampton and Southold towns have spurred elected officials in those town to put pressure on East Hampton Town lawmakers to address the matter. 
MICHAEL WRIGHT

Helicopters flying over Southampton and Southold towns have spurred elected officials in those town to put pressure on East Hampton Town lawmakers to address the matter. MICHAEL WRIGHT

East Hampton officials say that they play no role in selecting which routes helicopters fly on their way into and away from East Hampton Airport and dismissed demands from elected officials in other towns that they

East Hampton officials say that they play no role in selecting which routes helicopters fly on their way into and away from East Hampton Airport and dismissed demands from elected officials in other towns that they "take action" to direct choppers to stop flying over other towns. MICHAEL WRIGHT

John Kirrane, a Noyac resident, has been a vocal critical of East Hampton Town's handling of aircraft traffic that overflies Southampton Town neighborhoods and butted heads with East Hampton Town Board members on Tuesday. 
KYRIL BROMLEY

John Kirrane, a Noyac resident, has been a vocal critical of East Hampton Town's handling of aircraft traffic that overflies Southampton Town neighborhoods and butted heads with East Hampton Town Board members on Tuesday. KYRIL BROMLEY

Patricia Currie said that East Hampton should keep its

Patricia Currie said that East Hampton should keep its "garbage" of aircraft traffic over East Hampton neighborhoods, not those in Southampton Town. KYRIL BROMLEY

Helicopters flying over Southampton and Southold towns have spurred elected officials in those town to put pressure on East Hampton Town lawmakers to address the matter. 
MICHAEL WRIGHT

Helicopters flying over Southampton and Southold towns have spurred elected officials in those town to put pressure on East Hampton Town lawmakers to address the matter. MICHAEL WRIGHT

authorMichael Wright on Jun 7, 2023
Elected officials from the towns of Southampton and Southold appealed to their colleagues in East Hampton to “take action” to reroute helicopters away from neighborhoods in their towns — something... more

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