Both Canastota and Lenox board members were selected for a committee to lead looking into the issue.
In the regular Lenox board meeting, Wanderers' Rest Humane Association (WRHA) executive director Glenn Ivers brought forth a request to use a mobile unit on WRHA's property.
"We've made use of every square inch of our building," Ivers said.
Ivers said he is looking to start a capital campaign in order to raise the money for an expansion of the current building. The donated mobile unit would be used as a temporary location for behavioral modification training of the animals until that time.
The board voted to send the request to the planning board.
In other business, the board approved a three-month moratorium on leaving recreation vehicles on the north side of Route 31. DiVeronica said that vehicles are only supposed to be left for one month per year. The moratorium will give the board time to amend ordinances to regulate the leaving of vehicles.