Drone pilots finally have a viable and designated place to fly this summer. Parks officials on Wednesday created a plan for drone users and their devices to operate at Waveny. Under a proposal that the New Canaan Parks & Recreation Commission approved 8-0 during its regular meeting, beginning June 26 and through Aug. 15, drone-using members of the New Canaan Radio Control Society will be able to fly the devices in an area west of the water towers, near the softball fields behind Lapham Community Center, while model plane and “quad-copter” racing owners fly on the same field but nearer to the main road through Waveny. Flying will take place 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on weekends and 12 to 4 p.m. three days per week, commission Chair Sally Campbell said. Continue Reading →
Conor is a New Canaan resident, having lived in the town for over thirteen years. He graduated high school from King School in Stamford in 2013. He currently attends Gettysburg College, studying History, and plans to graduate in December 2017. At Gettysburg, Conor is a member of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity where he serves on their executive board. He also participates in many of the intramural sports, and is a part of the reigning champion men’s softball team. He has two loving parents, Steve and Nancy, and is the middle children between brothers Trevor and Cole.