The Town of East Hampton is studying possibilities for possible re-envisioning of the town-owned land and is releasing studies as they become available; many are preliminary versions at this time and will be updated in due course. Stay tuned.
For the sake of your children and their children, now is the time to get involved.
The first public discussion on the future of the property currently used as the airport, will begin on Thursday, September 9th, at 7:00 p.m.
Here's how to get involved, don't wait another moment, click below:
The Town of East Hampton has established a documents file to keep the public advised of the current status of their re-envisioning process. If you don't find what you are looking for here, go to EH Town website which will have the latest updates:
We have included below the links to each of the major documents released to date and will continue to add links as documents are made available.
There is no safe level of lead.
Emissions from leaded aviation fuel, avgas, which is used in piston engine small planes, has long been a health concern, especially for young children and women of reproductive age.
Nevertheless, unleaded aviation fuel has sat on the back burner at the FAA which has yet to approve an unleaded aviation fuel, although an unleaded fuel has been sold at airports in the Northeast for several years. Not all piston driven planes can use that fuel but, with a retrofitted engine most can use it. The retrofit is inexpensive. What is needed is the will of owners and pilots to take action and push the FAA to action. NOW.
A wake-up call for all
living near a GA airport
A report released in early August 2021 presents findings of a study sponsored by the County of Santa Clara and in cooperation with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Branch (CLPPB).
The report confirmed the worst fears of people living around the Santa Clara Airport in California, and they reacted immediately.