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Airport Manager to Retire

Posted on 27 August 2014

Jim Brundige, the East Hampton Airport Manager, announced this week that he would retire next month.

Mr. Brundige worked as a pilot for United Airlines for many years, and has been the airport manager since January 2005. The news of his retirement comes as villages, hamlets and towns across the East End are appealing to the East Hampton Town Board to decline all future Federal Aviation Administration funding and try to take greater control over the airport.

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