A long-time Oconee manufacturer is in hopes of a good outcome tomorrow night at the county board of zoning appeals. BASF near Seneca seeks a special exception to allow for a new building on its property to exceed the county’s 65-foot height limit. Frank Lansom-Scribner, site manager, said his company plans a 90-foot high building that’ll allow the precious metals catalyst maker to take on a new process that’ll mean added business and new jobs. As many as 30 news jobs, he says. Tomorrow’s hearing in County Council Chambers begins at 6 p-m.