Buffalo OKs Vacation Property Ordinance on Second Reading

Buffalo’s City Council voted to pass Ordinance No. 1409 on second reading.

The Ordinance addresses short-term vacation rental properties, specifically targeting what are typically called Airbnb-style rentals within the city limits.

City Building Inspector Terry Asay, at the council’s meeting earlier this month, discussed why the ordinance is be proposed.

The Ordinance will require a third and final reading at the council’s next meeting June 7.

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