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16 December, 11:53

What is the difference between a municipal government and a county government?

A municipal government serves the entire state, while a county government serves a city or town.

A municipal government serves a city or town, while a county government serves the entire state.

A municipal government serves only one city, while a county government serves an area with several communities.

A municipal government serves an area with several communities, while a county government serves only one community.

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  1. 16 December, 13:42
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    C is the correct answer.

    A municipal government governs a municipality. A municipality is a city or town, and so a municipal government only serves that one town.

    A country government is a consolidated approach wherein an area (usually a county) is governed by a centralized government. This is especially effective if an area has a myriad of small villages, towns, etc. that can't all staff local governments as it would be economically inefficient.
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