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3 Comments by Mark M

Aviation Community Unhappy With East Hampton Airport Noise Report, Says Money Was Not Well Spent

Surely, Mr. Smith and Mr. Wilkinson appreciate the irony of questioning the validity of data and metrics used to get a handle on this difficult problem. The FAA, the aviation industry and the aviation noise industry spend countless millions of dollars every year to justify “findings of no significant impact” from airplane and helicopter noise pollution based on a DNL noise metric that even FAA experts consider to be outdated and seriously flawed when, in fact, the impacts on public health, the environment and the quality of life of people living near flight paths are profoundly significant and getting worse every year." Nov 12, 14 10:49 AM

Aviation Groups Sue East Hampton Town In Effort To Block Recently Approved Airport Restrictions

Thank you East Hampton Town Board for your thoughtful approach to this problem and for your decision to approve these 3 restrictions. This is heartening news for noise afflicted communities everywhere and a reminder that achieving what the aviation industry calls "a balanced approach" requires careful study *and* action. " Apr 17, 15 11:43 AM