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New state measure seeks to regulate short-term rentals: How will it work across Finger Lakes?

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A bill heading to the Governor’s desk aims to tighten regulations on the short-term rental industry in New York State.

If signed into law, the bill would require short-term rental owners to register their properties with the state every two years and allow local governments to collect sales and occupancy taxes.


While some industry stakeholders are worried about the added complexity, others hope for a collaborative approach in implementing the new regulations.

“This bill sets a precedent,” said Assembly Member Patricia Fahy. “It will have national repercussions and bring much-needed transparency to the short-term rental industry.”



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