Location: Remote Access – Live Webinar via ZOOM
Cost: Complimentary for MMA Members
Presenters: Michael Stultz, Staff Attorney, MMA; Dan LeClair, Director of UAS Education & Research, University of Maine at Augusta
Who Should Attend:
Any official who might come in contact with drones or receive complaints or questions about them. Elected officials, municipal managers, public works, clerks, fire-rescue and police.
Drones, also known as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, are taking over the landscape, and legal issues are popping up near and far. Drones are being used for aerial surveying of crops, film-making, search and rescue, inspections and surveys, delivering products and supplies–and more. Municipalities are starting to grapple with what ordinances can be passed that will withstand legal scrutiny. This webinar will provide an overview of the legal landscape related to drones and discuss what municipalities can and cannot do about drones in their own backyards.
This course applies to the Maine Town, City and County Management Association Certification Program as 2.0 credits in the Legal category.
*Please note that this webinar has a live participant capacity of 500 people. However, this training will be recorded and available on demand for MMA members following the event.
*Registration for this webinar will close promptly at 9:00am on Wednesday, July 8th. Registrants will receive their Zoom registration, including meeting details and the link to access the webinar, after the registration period closes.
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