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Applications withdrawn for Yates Co. puppy sale business

Applications for a puppy-selling business in a Yates County town have been withdrawn. (Photo: Justin Carter, WHAM)

Barrington, N.Y. (WHAM) - Applications for a puppy-selling business in a Yates County town have been withdrawn.

The move comes one day after a 13WHAM News story about a man who filed an application in the Town of Barrington, asking to sell up to 500 puppies per year from a farm that his family owns.

On Tuesday afternoon, 13WHAM News learned both applications have been withdrawn by the applicants, cancelling the zoning board meeting scheduled.

John Sensenig had proposed the business be located at a property just off Route 14A in Dundee, Yates County. The application requested permission to sell puppies on the premises by appointment only, 24 hours a day, six days a week.

The application stated "No breeding, no kennels."

Neighbors in Barrington and other areas of Yates County said they planned to go to the scheduled meeting Tuesday night to protest the approval of the business.

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