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May 2, 1995
The Carroll County Board of Zoning Appeals has denied a request from a Detour woman to house 10 or more dogs at her kennel in the 8200 block of Sixes Bridge Road.In 1990, the board gave Elizabeth B. Ferro permission to operate a kennel with a maximum of 10 dogs. After someone complained in October that she had more than 10, she asked to enlarge the kennel, according to the board's written decision.Ms. Ferro, her sister and her mother have 17 dogs and 48 cats on the property, and the dogs often run loose in the neighborhood, the board said, contending that "Ms. Ferro has demonstrated little regard for her neighbors."
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NEWS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | November 5, 1998
A Woodstock couple last night cleared the first hurdle to obtaining permission to operate a kennel for dalmatians on their property.The five-member Howard County Planning Board unanimously recommended approval for a 20-dog kennel on 10 acres owned by Stephen D. and Beth E. Winick in the 10300 block of Cavey Lane.The panel endorsed the project despite opposition from a handful of neighbors who argued that the kennel would be a nuisance and lower property values in the Woodstock Ridge Estates community.
NEWS
December 2, 1998
Carroll County Board of Zoning Appeals has approved a conditional use for a kennel for 49 dogs at 446 Rockland Road, Westminster.The request was made by John N. and Alice L. Davis Jr. for the kennel and variance reducing the minimum distance requirements where necessary. The property is zoned agricultural.The kennel is to be for grooming and boarding dogs, with no breeding anticipated. It would include 24 heated and air-conditioned enclosed runs and 16 outside runs.In response to neighbors' concerns about noise, the couple agreed to limit the kennel to 49 dogs.
NEWS
By Kerry O'Rourke and Kerry O'Rourke,Staff Writer | November 25, 1992
A Uniontown farm owner surprised his neighbors yesterday when he withdrew his application for county permission to operate a dog kennel called Camp Yuppie Puppy.About 10 neighbors showed up for a hearing before the Carroll Board of Zoning Appeals to protest William F. Quinn's plans for a kennel on his 108-acre Margaritaville Farm, in the 3400 block of Uniontown Road.Mr. Quinn would not comment on his decision.His attorney, Charles M. Preston of Westminster, said Mr. Quinn wanted to consider concerns from neighbors rather than go ahead with the hearing.
FEATURES
By Kim Fernandez, For The Baltimore Sun | July 3, 2014
Vacation means warm beaches, breezy campgrounds, posh spas - a break from daily stress and a great way to unwind and leave our cares behind. Unless you have a pet. Fido or Fluffy, beloved as they are, can throw a wrench into the best-laid vacation plans. Few of us want to leave our pets in a traditional kennel's cages for days or weeks at a time, and traveling with them can be difficult, if not impossible. But that's changing as more people are taking pets with them or finding what's been deemed "luxury boarding," which turns the traditional kennel on its ear with accommodations that mimic home or even a fancy hotel for humans.
NEWS
By DAVID P. GREISMAN and DAVID P. GREISMAN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 31, 2006
A Uniontown dog kennel still has a few more hoops to jump through before getting approval to expand its business to handle up to 200 canines. Earlier this month, the Carroll County Planning and Zoning Commission raised questions about Camp Yuppie Puppy's request to construct a kennel in the 3400 block of Uniontown Road, where the dog boarding and grooming business has operated since 1994. County officials told kennel co-owner William Quinn that he would need to provide more details about the project and account for discrepancies between plans he supplied to the commission recently and those presented in 2004 to the county Board of Zoning Appeals.
FEATURES
By Patricia Meisol and Patricia Meisol,SUN STAFF | August 19, 2003
In the dog days of August, when the people go away, a holiday for dogs begins on a narrow road of cornfields, split-rail fences and a red barn. The sound of car tires crunching over gravel signals arrival at Reisterstown Boarding Kennel's "Pet Resort & Spa." A small white husky with a blue kerchief around her neck enters the lobby. She looks from her owner to the kennel door and back to her owner again before making a mad dash into the kennel. According to advertisements, spa services here rival those offered by the best hotel chains.
NEWS
By Ellie Baublitz and Ellie Baublitz,SUN STAFF | March 5, 2002
The foxhounds at Carrollton Hounds Kennels know who Dr. Ann Schneider and her assistant Tristin Buckstad are and what they're there for. Still, the hounds' baying at the visitors can be heard some distance away until Bob Shirley, a hunt master, arrives and quiets them. Once quiet, 11 hounds are chosen, one by one, to donate blood to Schneider's Eastern Veterinary Blood Bank for canines. Schneider, a veterinarian who operates the canine blood bank in Annapolis, spent a day three weeks ago making her monthly trip to the Carrollton Hounds Kennels outside Hampstead to draw blood from a group of the club's 39 hounds.
NEWS
By Gerard Shields and By Gerard Shields,SUN STAFF | October 17, 2001
A mother and daughter hoping to build a kennel in a Green Spring Valley residential area dropped their challenge yesterday to a Baltimore County ruling that would have blocked one of two plans they have put forward. But Gretel White and her daughter, Erika Lanasa, who want to build a kennel for 50 dogs and 50 cats on their 6-acre property in the 7800 block of Greenspring Ave., said they will pursue another option, despite neighborhood opposition. Last summer, Deputy Zoning Administrator Timothy M. Kotroco ruled against giving White and Lanasa permission to build a kennel within 200 feet of their property line, abutting the Baltimore Beltway.
NEWS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | November 20, 1998
The Howard County Board of Appeals unanimously approved last night a Woodstock couple's request for a kennel for their Dalmatians.The approval came after the couple and neighbors reached an agreement Wednesday about reducing the number of dogs to be kept at the kennel and employing measures to keep them from barking at night.The board voted 4-0 to grant the special exception to Stephen D. and Beth E. Winick after the Winicks and neighbors announced they had added two conditions to the original proposal to pacify residents' concerns.
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