Municipal Utility District


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Municipal Utility District

In the United States, an area for which a government-owned utility company provides electricity, water, and/or other utilities. The company may be authorized to issue bonds to finance its operations. These bonds are generally exempt from federal taxes. See also: Rural Water District.
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