Our town adopted an ordinance outlining a customary home occupation as being acceptable if meeting a certain criteria. A definition of that was not present in the first issue of this ordinance other than the description where the criteria was. The Criteria refered to the home or business location on the property implying the use of out buildings. The following year the wording was changed to read instead of home or business location, it reads the premises. In addition to the new wording a definition was added under definitions which say: any activties conducted for gain as a customary, incidental, and accessory use in the resident's dwelling unit. The origin of the definition remains unkown by the board members and they agree that the definition and the criteria are in conflict with each other. However I've been denied a permit to use accessory buildings for gain because of the definition even though I'm in compliance with the criteria. Can anyone shed some light on this topic?