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July 9, 2014- The Post reports on the explosion in popularity of cheap remote control drones with cameras. The article states, “She said they sold about 15 drones a day before the spike — and now move around 200 a day in-store and online….. Currently, no drones are allowed to be flown in the city, a “Class B Airstrip’’ because of its proximity to major airports, according to FAA regulations. Remote-controlled model aircraft are still allowed.”
Recently, the problem hit close to home. A drone was spotted peeping into windows of 2 River Terrace (where celebrities live).