Closing of home-based day-care center in Omaha is contested

A case where a homeowners association sued to force the closure of a child-care service will be heard by the Nebraska Supreme Court. Glen and Rhonda Wolf appealed a lower-court decision that favored the Farmington Woods Homeowners Association, which maintained that the child-care service provided by the Wolfs in their home was a violation of community covenants prohibiting "business activities of any kind."

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