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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The District is one of four municipal utility districts, collectively encompassing approximately 2,390 acres in Cinco Southwest.
Moody's Investors Service has assigned an A2 rating to Cinco Southwest Municipal Utility District No.
Municipal utility districts in Copperfield, Hearthstone and Horsepen Bayou in the greater Houston area are having trouble getting enough water from their wells and need to tap another supply.
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