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Finger Lakes Landlord Association to host Macedon event discussing local housing issues

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On March 27 the Finger Lakes Landlord Association will host a significant meeting at Flaherty’s Pub & Grill Party Room in Macedon to discuss ongoing issues in the housing and real estate sectors. Marking its 16th year, the association, which began with a group of Wayne County landlords, now represents a broad network of over 150 landlords, property managers, and service providers across the Finger Lakes area.

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The meeting aims to navigate the complexities introduced by recent changes in law and regulations affecting the rental industry. Deb Hall, a key administrator within the FLLA, emphasized the group’s role in advocating for practical solutions to housing shortages and regulatory challenges. The association’s involvement in legislative discussions has been pivotal in guiding members through the evolving landscape of property management and tenant relations.

Highlighting the agenda is a presentation by Terence Robinson Jr., a legal expert from Muehe Maue & Robinson LLP, focused on New York’s real estate legal framework. The session promises valuable insights for landlords and investors dealing with the state’s stringent regulations. This free event underscores the FLLA’s commitment to supporting its members through shared knowledge and resources, as it continues to address the pressing needs of the housing market in New York.