(b) If the board adopts a proposed plan, it must adopt the definition or designation
that it finds, according to the evidence before the board, most equitably distributes
the cost of facilities or service and protects the public welfare.
(c) If the proposal includes the issuance of bonds or the imposition of a maintenance
tax for the defined area or designated property, the board shall call and hold an
election in the defined area or within the boundaries of the designated property only.
(d) The board's order is not subject to judicial review except on the ground of fraud,
palpable error, or arbitrary and confiscatory abuse of discretion.
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