Cleveland Law Would Enforce FAA Drone Rules

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Drones can be used for government or professional work, surveying a parcel of land for development, for example. But increasingly, the ones purchased for recreation and entertainment are getting attention. They look like a lot of fun, but can they be a safety hazard, a nuisance, even a potential invasion of your privacy?  Earlier this year the Federal Aviation Administration implemented a registry to help keep track of all the drones. Now the City of Cleveland has put a law on the books to help enforce those FAA rules.

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Matt Zone, Cleveland City Council, Ward 15  
Robert Ellis, Attorney, Partner, Hennis, Rothstein & Ellis LLP   

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