Niagara Falls residents pack MacBain Centre to hear city discuss vacation rentals
A packed public education meeting was held this week in Niagara Falls dealing with vacation rentals and AirBNB properties.
Director of Planning for the City, Alex Herlovitch says there have been some recent issues and the city is trying to address them.
The city is reviewing its regulations with the intention of establishing updated policies, regulations and licensing.
A vacation rental unit is a dwelling unit that is rented out to a single group of travelers at one time for a period of less than 28 days.
A b&b is an establishment that provides guest rooms and breakfast to the travelling public. It is in the principal dwelling of the proprietor (owner or manager).
You can voice your opinion until the end of the month with the city's online survey, you can find the link by clicking here.
The IceDogs were outshot 52-23 in Barrie, falling 6-2 to the Colts Saturday night. Niagara is now a point back of Barrie for first in the Central but still hold a game in hand.
The IceDogs twice rallied from a goal down before falling 3-2 in overtime in London Friday night. The point, moves Niagara a point up on Barrie in the race for first in the OHL's Central Division.
The IceDogs would surrender a goal 44 seconds into a Wednesday night and that proved to be the game winner as Kitchener won 6-0 at the Meridian Centre. The IceDogs remain in first in the Central, two points up on Barrie, with both teams having played 42 games.