Here's a concept: talk to your neighbors and let them know what you are doing. My closest neighbors come out and sit on their deck to watch, they like to see the dogs work.
Someone of the forum once made a snarky response to one of my posts re: NY laws, but I have never had a problem shooting everything including shotgun blanks on my property, with a local COP living across the street. IF you you are legal
and worried about someone calling the police, do what we did once when we knew there was going to be a problem hunting a particular field in an area populated by bunny huggers: We notified the local police the day before the hunt, and gave them license numbers of the vehicles involved. Sure enough, when the shooting started we could see a guy in a Mcmansion come out of his house to see what was going on. A few minutes later a cop car sped up to the vehicles, paused to check the plates, then left.
In all the years of hunting, we only had three other incidents involving calls to the police, and neither resulted in anyone pulling a gun on us. One guy called the locals and the cop told him he knew us and we were legal and hung up on the guy. The county cop in the another case left his card on my windshield asking me to call him, when I asked him why he didn't walk back to the creek to talk with us, he said he didn't have his boots and long underwear on! In the third case the cop just checked out what we were doing and left. We did have guys show up with guns drawn twice while training, neither involved any calls to the police. The circumstances were very unusual, both the guys involved were idiots (one was a statie and the other wasn't even a cop, just some kind of security rent-a-cop), and we basically told them to get lost and kept training.
Maybe y'all should move to NY?