Plans to open Planned Parenthood in Henrietta are moving forward
HENRIETTA, N.Y. — Plans are now moving forward to open a Planned Parenthood in Henrietta.
The Henrietta Town Board approved a special-use permit on Thursday night. It reverses a decision from the board back in June when it rejected planned parenthood’s permit application.
That rejection led to a lawsuit against the town that was filed in August. The clinic will be built in a plaza on Jefferson Road.
The nonprofit Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion provider in the U.S. It also provides reproductive healthcare and sexual education.