Homeowners want HOA rules changed to allow in-home business (TX)

A group of Williamson County homeowners say their homeowners association is behind the times and needs an update. But the HOA said it’s up to their fellow neighbors.  Dianna Sells and her husband have a crate-free dog boarding business based out of their home.  “The business just took off — people don’t want to put their dogs in crates,” Sells said.    Read the article…………….

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