By Pat Jenkins The Dipatch Three-hour parking limits have been removed in nearly all of Eatonville. The only place where motorists can't park that long is the Eatonville Visitors Center. But the restriction is in effect only from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Everywhere else, the three-hour limit has been lifted by a vote of the Town Council. The rule went into effect in 2007, when extensive remodeling of Eatonville High School forced students to park on streets. Town officials wanted to be sure that nearby businesses had enough parking for customers. Last December, after a public hearing, the town's Planning Commission unanimously recommended ending the three-hour time limit. The commission also recommended a change in a ban on parking commercial vehicles on Washington Avenue. Such parking is now prohibited between Lynch Creek Road and a point 300 feet south of Carter Street. Previously, the regulation applied only to the west side of Washington. The council approved both recommendations at its June 27 meeting.