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NRC to consider rules governing drone use over DNR property Tuesday

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The Indiana Natural Resources Commission (NRC) will hold its next bimonthly meeting at 10 a.m. (EDT) Tuesday, July 18, in the Garrison Ballroom of Fort Harrison State Park, 6002 N. Post Road in Indianapolis.

At that meeting, the NRC will consider, among other things, amending the Indiana Administrative Code governing “the use of airborne human transportation device or unmanned motor-driven device on or over DNR property.”

The NRC is an autonomous board which addresses topics pertaining to the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. NRC members include the DNR director, heads of three other state agencies (Environmental Management, Tourism Development, and Transportation), six citizens appointed by the governor on a bipartisan basis, the chair of the NRC’s advisory council, and the president of the Indiana Academy of Science.


Posted 7/14/2017





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