Prairie Village, Kansas, Passes Ordinance Regulating Use Of UAVs Written 6 September 2019

6 September 2019
DroneDJ reports that Prairie Village, Kansas, has passed an ordinance “to limit how and where people can fly drones in the city.” The new ordinance “makes it illegal to fly a drone near people without their consent, or over large events without permission, or over private property without authorization.” Pilots who “violate the ordinance could be charged with a class ‘C’ misdemeanor, the least serious type of offense, which carries up to a $500 fine or one month in jail.” The FAA “regulates commercial drone flight, so the ordinance would apply only to people using drones for recreational use.” (Image Credit: Associated Press–©)
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