Already hot in East Hampton as town battles lawsuits over airport

The tony town of East Hampton has already reportedly shelled out $2.5 million-plus to battle a slew of money-draining lawsuits challenging its plan to privatize its airport — after angering just about all its residents.

Foes range from deep-pocketed East End moguls to private pilots, helicopter companies and even the estate of a builder-to-the-stars and his wife who died in a 2018 plane crash, with everyone furious about issues from flying curfews to new fees.

“We just want to sit down with [the town board]. …Them being all Democrats, they don’t believe in that,” metal mogul Andy Sabin, one of at least five plaintiffs, sniffed to

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