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Atwood: Peace disturbed in Sun City

Posted 9/16/20

It appears that the peace and tranquility is being disrupted in Sun City.

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Atwood: Peace disturbed in Sun City

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It appears that the peace and tranquility is being disrupted in Sun City.

My neighbors have been reporting that they have been seeing drones flying and hovering in their back yards, especially back yards with swimming pools.

A while ago, during a CC&R workshop, I mentioned to the board my concerns that there were no present “restrictions” on drones flying anywhere in Sun City. The board members seemed to think it was of no concern to them. One of the members, I think Jim Hunter, even kind of smirked at the idea. He mentioned that he flies drones and sees no problems with them.

So, I guess we have to live with drones performing eavesdropping, surveillance, voyeurism and maybe some nighttime shots into your bedrooms. Maybe we’ll see you on YouTube.

The CC&R workshop members sure don’t seem to feel it was a problem.

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