Minoa board to discuss rental regulations

The village of Minoa Code currently contains no provisions for rental properties, but soon that may change. The Minoa village board wants to hear from landlords and tenants at a public hearing set for 7 p.m. Monday Oct. 1 at the village hall. The session will pertain to Local Law #7 covering registration and inspection of rental properties.

The proposed addendum involves:

Requiring annual registration and inspection of all rental properties located within the village; and

Identifying all landlords and managing agents, and requiring a local presence (within Onondaga or contiguous counties) for purposes of enforcing state and village code requirements.

The purpose and intent of the proposed change is to establish a uniform program for rental properties that will help protect and safeguard the welfare of landlords and tenants.

Anyone interested in reviewing the law prior to the public hearing can email Suzanne Snyder at ssnider@villageofminoa.com.

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