Sarcasm?Hmmm after seeing the video I can see why you caused a bit of a fuss, a shame as your behaviour has likely helped cause problems for other operations who act more responsibly.
I had already performed this step in November. I had assumed that a simple email was all it would take. After several emails back and forth, The chief of park police and the commission understands that the park is not allowed to regulate drones due to state preemption and they also realized their current ordinance did not apply to drones, but the fact of the matter is they don’t want drones in their park.If the end of that video is unedited(and I am assuming it is), I still think you could have simply brought the AC down and headed back to the offices and showed them the paperwork you had in your pocket and explained that the park police were misinformed. At that point, I would think they would notify all park personnel that it was “legal” to fly there (responsibly per FAA)
With that said, what has happened since the incident? Have you challenged the language they have added to the park brochure? Can you now fly there without being approached by park police? Or have you done nothing yet?