In Home Daycare Does Not Violate Ban on Commercial Activity

Recently, a court in Illinois ruled that two in-home daycare businesses did not create enough traffic to violate a use restriction prohibiting commercial activity in a subdivision. Although this case was decided by an Illinois court and is not binding on Washington courts, it demonstrates how a court in Washington might decide a similar issue.   Read the article…………


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