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Tuesday, August 6, 2013

If we ever get Ligonier Township government back in order, let's declare a no drone zone, too! ;)

“If you don’t want your drone to go down, don’t fly in town.” Steel said. “That’s our motto.”
Deer Trail Mayor Frank Fields agrees with Steel and believes the Drone hunting ban will pass.
“Using it against terrorists is okay, but we don’t need to be using it in our little towns, peeking in windows and stuff,” Fields said.
Fields says the proposed ordinance is “kind of real, kind of tongue-and-cheek.” He sees the ordinance as an opportunity for revenue. He says 157 people have already signed up to be the first to get a drone hunting license at $25 each. He also thinks drone hunting could bring tourists and souvenir shops to Deer Trail.