The Times and Democrat reports from Orangeburg, South Carolina, residential property that once held two factory-built homes that were demolished reverted to site-built construction, according to the zoning commission. It is located in an RS district, which means single-family site-built homes only. The owner died and his son now wants to site a manufactured house on the land. The parcel is platted for a manufactured house according to county records, but a variance needs to be granted by the county’s Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA). When the son shows ownership of the property has been transferred to him, the board will consider the variance for a single-section manufactured home.