Archive for September, 2013

Torture and Torment – Letter to the Editor, East Hampton Star, September 2, 2013

Dear David, Dirty, noisy helicopters can fly as many passengers as they have capacity, flying to and from the Hamptons without disrupting, torturing, and tormenting residential property owners. In fact, they don’t have to fly over one residential property. This is very important, so let me state this again. Helicopters can fly to and from […]

Letter to All Elected Officials – September 2, 2013

Folks: Please find below the link to a recent article about the genuine dangers of excessive and unnecessary noise. Just one more reason to do what needs to be done–give us our summers again! Why do out-of-town commercial aircraft operators have more rights than local residents? They don’t–unless we (government officials, concerned citizens, and civic […]

Faceless and Careless – Letter to the Editor, East Hampton Star, September 2, 2013

Dear David, In an e-mail sent out by the East Hampton Business Alliance detailing a recent East Hampton Town Board meeting regarding town-owned property at the airport, Councilwoman Theresa Quigley is reported to have stated that rent at East Hampton Studios was raised from $2,000 to $50,000 because of Federal Aviation Administration rulings that require […]

It Is a Nightmare – Letter to the Editor, East Hampton Star, August 12, 2013

Dear David: By 9:12 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 5, we had already had 35 aircraft fly directly over our home, beginning by waking us up at 6:15 a.m. and continuing wave after wave, every three to five minutes, aurally akin to the Luftwaffe over Poland in 1939. I am not making this up. It is […]