This makes sense to me. At the very least, it should require a permit to make sure people know to whom the drone belongs in the event of an accident.
Green Bay could become the first city in Wisconsin to ban aerial drones at public events under a proposed ordinance that users of the small unmanned aircraft call unnecessary and overreaching.
The measure being drafted by the city attorney’s office would prohibit anyone from flying a drone over large public events such as farmers markets, concerts or holiday celebrations.
The ban was requested by the Green Bay Police Department in order to protect people in the event of an accident, said Captain Jeremy Muraski.