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Special districts in North Carolina

There are lots of  special districts in North Carolina  and all other states of the US. In US politics, the districts are service providers that are created by local communities or authorities to operate within areas that are specifically defined and in response to the demand of the public. Mostly, they offer a single service like cemeteries, fire protection, education or transportation, and they’re normally utilized for the provision of ongoing services – including park maintenance, street lighting, as well as storm-drainage management – instead of for a one-time project. Their powers The districts have lots of the same governing powers as counties, cities, and states. They are allowed to employ workers, enter into contracts, and acquire real properties via the eminent or purchase domain. Also, they can impose taxes charge fees for their services, issue debt, and levy assessments. Like other varying governments, the districts can sue and be sued. They can adopt any seal and have