Who We Are      
    The Quiet Skies Coalition functions as an unincorporated association.
    An Executive Committee comprised of the officers and committee
    chairpersons prepare and execute noise abatement advocacy plans
    and strategic issues as needed.

    Executive Committee Members
    Kathleen Cunningham (Chair)
    Charles Ehren (Vice-Chair)

                                       Patricia Currie                   
    Susan McGraw Keber
    Stephen Levine
    T. James Matthews
    Dan Rudansky
    Pat Trunzo III

    What We Do       
    The Quiet Skies Coalition leadership works collaboratively within the community
    through a variety of interfaces with:
  • Elected officials on the federal, state and local levels
  • Town Board and Citizens Advisory Committees
  • Civic and community groups
  • Airport management
  • Individuals in the noise affected community.  

    Our outreach includes educating the public about what tools are available
    to combat airport noise, especially that of helicopters. We accomplish this
    by holding membership meetings and through maintenance of our website
    as an unimpeachable source of information on noise abatement issues.

    Affiliates and Supporters
  • Accabonac Protection Committee
  • Amagansett Springs Aquifer Protection
  • Concerned Citizens of Montauk (CCOM)                 
  • Dark Sky Society                                                  
  • East Hampton Environmental Coalition (EHEC)*        
  • Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt (FLPG)                
  • Garden Club of East Hampton                                
  • Group for the East End (GEE)                
  • New York League of Conservation Voters Education Fund
  • Northwest Alliance
  • Noyac Citizens Advisory Committee CAC
  • Sag Harbor Citizens Advisory Committee CAC              
  • SouthamptonTrails Preservation Society (STPS)        
  • Surfrider Foundation                                        
  • Third House Nature Center

    *EHEC is comprised of 11 independent environmental groups representing thousands
    of local citizens and a membership of 5,000! These organizations — some active for
    more than 40 years — have worked to preserve and improve the natural environment
    in East Hampton and have provided guidance for the development of the municipal
    government’s environmental policy.

QUIET SKIES COALITION     PO Box 956     Wainscott, NY   11975       

Kathleen Cunningham, Chairperson
Photo: East Hampton Patch/Michael Heller
Photo: courtesy of EHEC