Kawartha Lakes residents lobby for bylaw changes to tackle unruly renters

Some residents in the City of Kawartha Lakes say their peace and tranquility are being disrupted by unruly users of short-term rentals.  In the upscale 17-lot private subdivision of Rolling Hills — just south of Bobcaygeon — the Rolling Hills Estates Homeowners Association say one home has become a short-term rental nightmare.  “You get a bunch of single guys up here for a weekend with their bass boats, drinking … we got problems,” said Peller Court resident Donald McKay, the association’s secretary.    Read the article……………

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