South Carolina City Amends MH-related Ordinance

mfg_home_being_moved_from_a_Florida_community__citylab_slash_Esther_SullivanRick Robinson of the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) informs MHProNews of the second reading by the Darlington County Council in South Carolina of amendments to a manufactured housing (MH) ordinance.

The proposed ordinance requires a county registration decal be displayed on any MH within 15 days of its transfer of ownership or location, provided it is located within Darlington County; and the decal must be visible from the street or roadway the home faces.

Exceptions include manufactured homes that will be in the state less than 30 days, as well as units on display at sales centers that have a license to sell MH. Temporary registration is available for MH involved in legal issues, and may also be obtained by individual owners for up to 180 days providing they do not meet the requirements for permanent registration. ##

(Photo credit: citylab/Esther Sullivan–manufactured home being removed  from a community)

matthew-silver-daily-business-news-mhpronews-comArticle submitted by Matthew J. silver to Daily Business News-MHProNews.



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