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Herkimer proposes new hotel/motel law

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Herkimer proposes new hotel/motel law

Herkimer proposes new hotel/motel law

New law would seek to hold owners of hotels and motels in Herkimer accountable for the actions of their guests

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Herkimer proposes new hotel/motel law

Monday, with highs in the upper 40s.

No one spoke up at a public hearing tonight held by the herkimer town board regarding a proposed local law dealing with hotels and motels located in herkimer.

The proposed law came about after residents in east herkimer voiced concerns back in september about the occupants living in the glen ridge motel on route 5.

Occupants which neighbors descrs being transient.

They say the police have often been called to the motel for disturbances.

And some residents have said they were looking to move out of the neighborhood.

The proposed law would govern the licensing of hotels and motels in the town of herkimer and hold the owners accountable for the actions of their guests.

"a lot of these hotels become more permanent residences than actual hotels or motels.

There have been some municipalities that have had some luck in limiting the number of days you can stay as a hotel guest short of an extraordinary circumstance."

The herkimer town board is likely to take action on the proposed law at their next board meeting.

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