From Mississippi, the Clarion Ledger reports that by delaying a vote earlier this week on a major zoning ordinance, supervisors in Rankin County now have time to meet with residents to explain how the legislation will affect them. Rural residents and a manufactured home interest group complained Monday that a zoning ordinance is too restrictive on factory-built homes. The new ordinance would change 42,000 acres from agriculture to mixed residential estate, which would require a conditional use permit to place a manufactured home. Mississippi Manufactured Housing Association Executive Director Jennifer Hall told the paper the land should be left as agricultural. See previous story.