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Archive for June, 2010

Hell Flights

Tweet I shot the frightening video above Sunday, June 27, 2010 at 5:57pm. Besides the terror of suddenly being blasted by the noise; is realizing that this helicopter might actually crash into my house. This video is shot on the 2nd floor balcony, so this is not a result of weird camera angles or a […]

Dear Supervisor and Town Board Members,

Tweet Like Frank Dalene, we too are distressed by the noise and dangers posed to our community by helicopters landing at East Hampton Airport. This video is shocking, but the event it captures is hardly unusual. We do not exaggerate when we say that helicopters have ruined our way of life in Wainscott. In the […]

Riverhead Supervisor Unites Elected Officials, Civic Activists For New Helicopter Pathway

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East Hampton Star – Letter to the Editor

Tweet Xs on the Runways Wainscott June 21, 2010 Dear David, On Monday, June 7, at 3:23 a.m., a helicopter landed at East Hampton Airport; at 3:38 a.m. a helicopter took off at East Hampton Airport. From 3:23 a.m. to 3:38 a.m. that helicopter was permitted to operate by our town supervisor and the town […]

Quiet Enjoyment of Property

Tweet The Town of East Hampton has adopted the “Town of East Hampton Zoning Law” § 255-1-11 “for the purpose of promoting the health, safety and general welfare of the people of the Town of East Hampton by regulating the uses of lots and lands and the dimensions, locations and uses of buildings and structures […]

Tremendous Problem of Helicopter Noise

Tweet Dear Mr. Dalene, Thanks for all your work compiling information on the tremendous problem of helicopter noise in our community. During the peak summer months, we have helicopters flying approximately every two minutes just over our roof, ruining any possibility of sitting outside. Should we by chance venture outside when the helicopters start their […]

Close Call

Tweet The airport take-off and landing patterns are designed to keep order and safety in aircraft traffic around the airport. Helicopters approach the airport in all directions flying treetop level, flying under the pattern altitude thereby creating a chaotic and unsafe environment for those in the air and on the ground. This past Monday, Memorial […]

Chaotic and Unsafe, LTE, EH Star, June 1, 2010

Tweet Chaotic and Unsafe June 1, 2010 Dear Editor, All helicopter noise data I collected in my report (available on, and the only complaint I have concerning East Hampton Airport operations is the commercial operations of helicopters and seaplanes ferrying passengers to and from East Hampton. Commercial operations of aircraft are recently escalating events […]