LACONIA — For decades, landmark seasonal businesses like the Naswa Resort have relied on H-2B visa holders to fill their positions. Thanks to the Lakes Region’s highly limited housing and aging population, temporary workers have been a boon for seasonal businesses. For several years, demand for the visas has drastically outweighed supply, forcing the government to implement a lottery system, meaning some seasonal businesses will have to rely on lady luck when it comes to filling their staffing quotas.

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