The Village of Lewiston in New York has adopted new regulations for short-term rental properties and a limit on how many can operate in its borders. "We are not trying to stop short-term rentals," said Mayor Anne Welch. "We think they’re great for village. They bring people in. They use all our restaurants and our shops. But we can’t let it overrun our village.” A cap of 50 short-term rental properties in the village was set, with board members saying they have identified and put together a list of 48 such properties.
Niagara Gazette (NY) (01/19/23) Robert Creenan