Sorry if this has already been covered in previous posts but I have a legal question about HOA rules. I live in a gated community in Florida that is adjacent to the Gulf of Mexico. At a recent Community Board meeting it was brought up that drones should be banned from the community and not be allowed to fly. I was not present at this meeting because I was at work but my wife was in attendance. If there is anyone that can shed some legal advice on this I would appreciate it. My understanding is that no community can create a no fly zone, that can only be done by the FAA. I assume the board can make a rule that drones can not take off in the community public spaces but would not be allowed to keep me from taking off on my own property. This is my dilemma, I usually take off and fly my drone from the back part of the community where there are no houses and fly over the gulf. If i take off from my own private property within the community I would have to fly over several houses to get to the areas that I like to fly, which is over water or public preserve. I'm not trying to start a war in my community over this because I like where I live, but I would like to educate these individual board members to make them understand that they are putting the public at greater risk by passing this rule. If anyone can please point me in the right direction I would appreciate it.