Two questions on this topic. 1. Is this action in compliance with 91.119? 2. Do you personally think this action is safe and acceptable? Here are the facts: 1. A helicopter is operating an Easter egg drop 2. The drop zone, and landing area is less than 1 mile from a public uncontrolled runway. 3. The airport is a residential airport community with houses lining the sides of the runway. The drop zone and landing area is just outside the residential/airport area. 4. The flight path of the helicopter from takeoff to drop and landing occurs alternating between flying over the houses and into the downwind for the runway varying from 0 to 500 feet AGL 5. More than a dozen drops occur over the course of 4 hours. 6. The pilot occasionally, but does not always, announce he is "orbiting on the east side of the field" My main complaint is the constant flights at 300 feet above my house. I've lived here for years and this is the only aircraft that I've ever had fly over my house and he's doing it every 20 minutes. But, technically, he's mostly "taking off and landing". When he's directly over my house at 300 feet, it might be an altitude not allowing an emergency landing without "undue" hazard to persons or property on the surface in case of power failure, but that's largely a judgement call. Personally I think there is hazard to what he's doing, but maybe I'm just mostly annoyed by it. What says the collective? So far I've managed to keep myself from getting on the radio and chewing him out, but this is the second year he's done this.