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Planning board hears puppy farm details

PENN YAN--The Observer Nov. 1 edition included the story "Planning board approves puppy farm expansion." There is a correction and a clarification for that story.
The story said the Yates County Planning Board approved a special permit for a Barrington puppy operator to increase the number of dogs at their property.
The correct wording from the planning board is that puppy farm operator Wayne Sensenig, 1714 Porters Corners Road, Dundee, was requested by the town of Barrington to get a special use permit for operating their existing dog breeding operation that includes 50-75 breeding females. Daniel Long, Yates County Planner said this business is set-up as a wholesale puppy operation. The Yates County Planning Board recommendation was "no significant county-wide or inter-municipal impact" with their consideration of this referral (number 57).
In addition, Wayne's father John Sensenig, was told by the town of Barrington they needed a special use permit in order to use their adjoining private residence at 4414 Route 14A, Dundee as an area for retail space to sell puppies to the general public. (Selling out of the front room of their home). The business is now planning to add retail puppy sales to their operation. The paperwork online with the planning board, referral number 58, states that approximately 500 puppies per year will be sold.
Daniel Long said, "It is important to note that the county planning board does not approve or deny permits, we give our determination if a referral will have county-impact and then the individual municipality decides if they want to grant a special use permit."
Long said in this case, if people have questions about these details for this business permit they should contact the town of Barrington.
Wayne Sensenig showed a presentation of photographs at the Thursday, Oct. 26 meeting illustrating what he says is the special care they extend at their dog breeding facility. Heated floors, cage-free runs and industrial level disposal systems to keep the building clean were all viewed by the board.

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