Kansas town’s drone plans caught up in controversy

Dave Jordan and DeAnn Smith
June 5, 2012

HERINGTON, KS (KCTV) – A Kansas town has landed in the middle of controversy over unmanned drones due to privacy concerns.

Herington, population 2,500, was looking for an economic boost. City leaders thought a project to build and launch unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, was the answer.

“I got excited,” City Manager Ron Strickland said. “I was really excited because we had a nice alternate use for our airport.”

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