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How are special districts typically created? A. Annual assessments by the federal government determine where they're needed. B. An appointed county official forms them to address local issues. C. State governments order their creation to address specific problems. D. Residents vote to establish them based on local needs.

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Cynthia Baker on October 8, 2018

The correct answer is D) the Residents of the vote to establish them based on local needs.Special districts are local governments, which are created by a local community due to a special need. As the answer shows, to create a special district of the residents of that area must vote in the creation, because of that special need that makes this place different from others. The form of government of this districts is an independent board of directors, who are elected for a fixed term.

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